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EVENING BULLETIN, JANUARY 30, 181)0.
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Mies To Delinquent Tax Payers.
Tax Payers of the Island of O'ahu are hereby
notified that, lu accordance with Section 61,
Chapter 01 of the Session Lawn of 1802, ftlj
Taxes remaining unpaid on the :!tst day of
January, will be published together with a
list of all Dellnriucnt Tax-payers as toon after
the abovo date as practicable.
S1.1-3t. Assessor let Division,
3JK Evegli Bulletin
DANIEL LOGAN, Editor.
THURSDAY - JAN. 30. 18.
It will bo the turn of Knuni
next to have n. visit from the Gov
Says tho Commercial Journal:
"It is absolutely certain that wo
cannot sell our sugar to Uncle
Sam and buy our goods from the
Mikado." . Well put I
It is a groat pity that tho Na
tional band broko down in its
tour, as it was doing good service
in advertising tho islands. Until
tho side of tho majority is heard,
judgment cannot bo formed as to
whore blamo for tho quarrel, told
about in this issue by Mr, Aylett,
is to rest. Tho lack of profits
was, however, tho original cause
of the difficulty.
There wero somo well kept
vegetable stands in difforont parts
df the town, whoso keepers did
not obstruct tho sidowalks, before
tho authorities stopped tho sale
everywhere excepting at the pub
lic market. A Chinese fruit and
vegetable seller on Alakoa street,
t whodo articles always scorned
clean and fresh, when asked why
ho had no vngetables yesterday
said he was afraid of tho police. It
is regulation and not repression
of vegetable vendors that is re
quired. Private stunds and ped
dlers are a great convenience to a
large proportion of tho public,
and tho Board of Health ought to
modify tho present restrictions.
It is regrettable that tho Board
passed its regular mooting this
week, as an adjustment of this ve
getable question ought to bo effect
ed as soon as possible.
TUB HOSI'lfA. TIUWrKCS.
.11 o ruins''
Trustee James I. Dowsett pro
sided at the semi-annual meeting
of tho Trustees of tho Queen's
Hospital hold at the rooms of tho
Chamber of Commerce, fourteen
members of tho Board being pro
sent. Aftor tho reading and approval
of tho minutes a statement was
road from the Treasurer, showing
a balance of S9S7. on hand on
Superintendent Eckardt was
granted loavo of absence from tho
"middle of April to tho end of
Tho utiriug Visiting Commit
too presented a report of the con
dition of tho hospital.
Tho application of Dr. N. Bus
sel to bo placed on the honorary
list of visiting physicians was
Chairman Dowsett appointed
Messrs. H. AW Schmidt, E. P.
Bishop and Bruce Cartwright a
. ffttts - "tow1"
Visiting Committee for tho pres
ent semi-annual term.
Tho report of tho physiciaus of
the hospital for .tho last quarter is
To the Trustees of the Queen'
Hospital, Gentlemen: Wo have
tho lionor to submit tho following
report for tho quartor ending De
cember 31, 1895:
Tho number of patients at pre
Bout in Hospital, 72, viz.: !U Hti-
wananB L'27 males, 7 fomalosj, (
Japanese anil 31 of othor national
ities; 35 paying.
Tho number of admissions dur
ing tho quartor was 1G4, viz.: 71
Hawaiians 53 males, 18 females,
C Chineso, 28 Japanese and GO of
Discharged 144, viz.: G7 Ha
waiians 51 males, 10 females, 0
Chinese, 27 Japanese and 45 of
Deaths 19, viz.: 10 Hawaiians
C males, 4 females, 3 Chinese, 3
Japanese and 2 of othor national
ilities. The causes of death woro: Ab
scess of liver 1, boriberi 1, bron
chitis 1, corebral concussion 1, de
mentia epiloptic 1, ponetratiug
wound abdominal cavity 1, puou
monia 2, remittont fever 1, tuber
culosis 0, typhoid fever 3, valvular
heart disease 1.
Of tho abovo 3 died within 12
and 2 within 48 hours of admis
sion. Tho highest number of patients
was 81, lowost 01, daily average 70.
Numbor of prescriptions 519.
There have been 0 major and 20
minor operations and 2 post-mortem
The numbor of patients treated
lias been 371, viz.: October 130,
Novomber 117, December 124.
O. B. Wood,
0. B. Coopeb,
Honolulu, Dec. 31, 1895.
.FOURTH CIRCUIT COUET.
(Continued from 14 pnijc.)
and "Wilder for defendant. Con
tinuance. "Win. W. Goodalo vs. Kaawa (k)
and Iahi (k.) Action to quiet
title to real estate. Hitchcock,
Wilder and Wakefield for plaintiff;
Holstoin and Chris. Williams for
defendants. Submitted without
argument; dociec in favor of plain
tiff. Manuel Lopez (k) vs. Armina
Lopez (w.) Appoaled from dis
trict magistrate, Ilamakua. 1?. M.
Wakefield for plaintiff; a decreo
of divorce having been granted
tho defendant, tho appeal with
Emole (f)B. Charles Williams,
administrator, etc. Action of re
plevin. Appealed from district
magistrate, Hamakua. llornitti
tur from Supremo Court. Case
withdrawn by tho administrator,
Josoph Vierra vs. tho Bight
Eovorond Gulstan E. Eoport and
Einilo AVerry.. Iu equity. Gil
bert F. Littlo for plaintiff; Neu
mann and AVakoliold for dofond
aut. Nnwnilau (k) vs. Mokala (w).
Libel for divorce. Hitchcock and
AVilder for libollant. 'Decree
granted January 8, 1890, on ground
Armina Lope. (v) vs. Manuel
Lopez ( k). Libel for divorce. F.
M. Wakefield for libollant. De
cree granted January 7, 1890, on
ground of cruel treatment, desor
tion and non-support.
Maria Yiorra (xt) vo. Louis
A7iorra (k). Libol for divorce.
Hitchcock and Wilder for libol
lant. Decree granted January 8,
1890, on ground of cruol treat
ment. On Thursday, January 23, tho
Court was adjourned bv Donutv
Sheriff AVilliums sine dio at 5 p.m.
. "I hear Smith has quit sowing
his wild oats." "Yos?" "Yes;
his attontion wns called to tho
strong nrgumonts in favor of rota
tion of crops." Detroit Tribune.
HSUE YOU TRIED IT?
JUST THE THIM FOR BREAKFAST
Cooked Rolled Oats,
Tho original brand,
Different from unci better than uny other biuml.
lr Tor Halo by all Leading Grocers.
PRANK B. PETERSON & CO.
S F. AGENTS.
SUPERIORITY OF THE
The Scientific American,
which everyone acknowledges
as the leading scientific paper
in the 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
which 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
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
We select as the representa
tive of such a factory the works
of the Black Aanufacturing
Company, of Erie, Pa., a com
pany which produce the high
est grade of wheel and which
put it on the market purely on
us merits wunour tne adventi
tious advertisement of paid
riders. The wheel made by
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 Sprockols' Bank,
NO. 307 PORT STREET.
ut Fapaikou, Hilo,
Tuesday, February 4, '96,
The Country Store
belonging to tho estalo of Otsuki k, Co.
Tbo Storo llnilding, Lowe, Store Fix
tines, Shelving, Counter, Safe, Showcases,
A Cotnge, Ston-houso, Stablo, Out
Tho dwelling bouse (nearly now) uu'
1 1 omen. Mules. Carts.
Tbo Stook of Merchandise, compriln a
largo assortment of Dry Goods, Grocene,
Hardware, etc Also Hook Accounts uiul
other outstanding claims.
Allot the above will beolToied separately,
or.in lots to suit, at I'ublioAuctioii as ulxno
stated at Papu'lcoii, Hilo.
This will afford a fine opportunity to bo
euro one of the best business sites on Ha
waii. A bonus of S1030 was paid two yearn
ago for the good will of this business only
For further particulura apply to I'. M.
Iliiult, on tbo premises! Or to
H. W. J-0 IMIDT,
Assignco of tbo Entnte of Otsukl tc Co.
OOFFEB ESTATE AND LANDS
I am directed to sell at X'ubllc Auction on
Wednesday, May 27, '96,
at 12 o'clock noon of ald day at my sales
looms on Queen street, In Honolulu (unless
sooner disposed of at private sale) the follow
Inir described property, namely:
A tract ot'land of about 2,:!'i0 acres In fco
simple Bltuntu at Kolo and Olclomonna 1 In
South Koim, Iftlnntl of Hawaii, about eight
miles by a nooil rond fioin Ilooki-na, one of
the largest villngw In Kona. There Is an ev
cullent liiuillnou the land Itself fiotn where
the ('ofTi-eniid otherprodncu could he shipped
and a good site for a mill near tho liniUii','.
Fifty acres or hind are In collee. llotmhly es
timated there Is about seven hundred acres of
splendid collee land )fn;n11 on one block on
liutli sides of tliu (io eminent Itond. Klght
hundred aeies King above and to tho Eanof
the seven hundred acics abovo mentioned Is
alo excellent hind and although at a higher
altitude Is no doubt also well adiptcd for
coffee culture. The lower land below tho
coffee belt Is sultaulo for pineapples and sisal.
There Is a drying house, store and work
rooms, a Gordon's l'ulpcr, laborers' quarters
and water tanks at tho plantation, oud the
land Is partly walled. Theie has never been
any blight on this land, although cotfeowas
planted a great many years ugo. Old residents
of Kona like the lato D. II. Nohlnu, J. V,
Kuatmoku and others have testllled to this
fact. There Is a sea lisbery appurteuant to
Terms cash or part of tho purchase price
can remain on mortgage utelglrf per cent per
annum. Deeds and stamps at the expense of
A map of tho property can be seen and fur
ther particulars obtained at my sales rooms.
J. F. MORGAN,
TWO GREAT WORKS
itaii Historical N(w
THE FOUMCn ACCEl"Ti:i AS TUB
lly the lending Colleges and most noted States
men and Writers
Of the World.
Tho latter as tho
History o America
SXF- READ A FEW OPINIONS: -CM
l'rof. Sluiler of Ilnrvniil suys:
"It will remain mi enduring monument
to tbo labor of its editors,"
l'rof. Hityronf Oxforil ITulvnrNlty nays!
"It will deservo all of the oiicouiiu passed
l'rof. Wliuoli'i' of Vulii nays I
"Clear, coucihe, accurate, compiobci
Bive." The Historical Novels.
By Prafoasor John R. Musiolc
Wm. McICtnlcy, Governor of Ohio, snys:
"One of tbo most beautiful productions
of the American prss I have over Been,"
I.uvl I'. Morton, Governor of Now Vorlf,
"Tboy possess universal interest, nud
tell tbo story of tho now world in a uuique,
pleasant and iiibtruetlvo jnnunor."
N. .r. Smith. Vrcs. I. II. o. 1'. I.ll.rary
"My judgment is that in tho harmonious
blonding of a thrilling romanco with tbo
most important facts in tbo history of our
country, tboy nro without a paral'el."
B. R FOSS,
009 King streot, Honolulu, II, I.
TYPEWRITING AND COPYING.
jui.sh nr. i'. i,ni:ui:ti.
Offick: Ilawoiiau Abstract nnd Titlo
Company, corner Tort nud
209-tf Mercbaut Sts.
li'uudtit - -
"'"'Ir ' liii 'tfltlf -rLffeytw. tAtt,. U .-, j. ,. AftshJaiiiA.!
SALE OF VALUABLE TARO LANDS AND
' HOMESTEAD LOTS.
A RARE OPPORTUNITY FOR CAPIT
ALISTS. Iu pursuanco of an Order made by tho
Hon. V. A Whiting, First Judgo of the Cir
cuit Court for tbo First Circuit, in n causo
entitled Wong Wo Foy ct nl. tb. Kaili Ko
koi ct nl., duly illod in said Court, on tho
21th day of Decomber, 1895, tho undersign
ed will offer tor sale at publio auction, at
innuka entrance to tbo Judiciary Building,
Friday, January 31, 1896,
At 12 o'clock noon,
All of tho undermentioned and described
lauds, situatoiu tho Island of 0thn, belong
ing to the e&ttto of tbo lato Fekelo Kakoi,
deceased intestate. As the widow's dower
in said estate is to be awarded to ber in
money, this sell will therefore include ber
interest iu oil the lands to be sold.
List of tho Lands.
One houselot with dwcllino thereon In
Kapuukolo, Honolulu, bolng It 1' r(128 of L
O A MS to Kinopu, containing -10.1000 of
an acre, moro or loss.
Also one pieo of laud adjoining tbo nbovo
being 11 V 7332 of 1. 0 A CO to Napnhl, con-
tainiug 71). 1000 of on acre more or less. En
tranco to tho tame is by nil alley way lead
ing from innkal hide of King httect, below
Mnunnkon strtot, to Queen Btreot extension.
The following deeds coer said property:
1 From J. Kaona, July 5, 1SG0, Liber
13, ii. 82.
2 From Keannnakalii ot nl., Deo. 18,
3 From Kahuna ot nl., April 20, 1S7 ,
Liber 38, p. 220.
4 FrniuKconipnlu, Nov. 8, 187o, Liber
i., p. 4 ..
Two pieces of hind in Malamlama,Kni
lua, Koolanpoko, being R. 1'. Til.ll of L. O.
A. ro.r0 to (Cnkoi containing 1.08 ncics
more or less.
Also two pieces of laud in said Malama'a
mo, being It. I 0002 of L. O. A. 2GD7 to
Wana, containing 1.20 acres moro or less.
Thesofourplecos aio leased for fivo yeats
from Jaunary 1, 1S9I, at $10 per annum.
Ono piece of land in Moanalua, being H.
P. 3."il of L C A 1217 to Pubikl, containing
35-109 of ii n ncio uioio or less.
One piece of land on Liliha street near
lands of Oaspar Sylva of Wnlnltin and
Jonathan Shaw of Honolulu, being It 1'
lficO of L O A 1 123 to Honu, containing 01
100 of au n to moro or less.
Also two pieces of lands adjoining the
nbore, being It p 41C7 otJjp 1727 to Ku
nau, containing ,r)18 fathoms moro or less.
Thcso tbrco pieces were Icised by the ad
ministratrix of the ostato for 10 jcars from
Janunry 1, 1895, nt S120 por annum. Two
of tbo heirs have joined in mid lease, and as
to the remaining tbreo-flftbs, the bindiug
effect of tbo lease is questioned.
One pioco of land in Kaaipu, Manoa, be
ing n portion of RP U70 of LOA 11020
(Seo. 1, Part 3) to J. Htevonson, containing
2.010 acres moro or loss. Leased to Maria
Apai for 10 years from January 1, 18S8, at
50 per uunum.
Ono piece of land In Kalollkl, Manoa, being
It P Grant CW to II Haallllo, containing !Mu
acres more or less.
Also ono plcco of land In said Kalollkl,
Manoa, being It I (irant 41 to Make, con
taining 2.70 acres moro or less.
Also ono piece of land in said Kalollkl, Ma
noa, being It P (Irant 42 to Hannah Hooper,
containing 8.IS aeres moro or lets. Of these
lands two leases wero mado by deceased
covering tli kula portions only. Ono Is fi r
10 years from January 0, 1891, at fm per an
num and tho other Is forfi years from June
20, J8UI, ' .(15 per annum.
ut tno remaiuilci or aul lands two-fifths
(undivided) were Icutcd by tho helrc for 10
years trom January 1, 18'J5. at ?S0 per annum. !
while three-fifth remain tiudrpnsed of by
them, although tho administratrix 1ms made n
lease purporting to convey tho samo for 10
yeais from January 1, 18l, at S'iGO per an
num. Total annual rental of tho Kalollkl
lands Is $115, provided tho last mentioned
lcaso Is accepted, validity of which being
Ono plce of land In I.iialnea, Manoa, being
It P Grant 254 to Aniama, containing 7.W
acre more or less.
Two pieces of land in Kaholnal, Manoa,
being 11 P MM of LCA4005to Hokau, con
taining 1.28 acres, more or less.
The undivided one-third luteicat of Ptkeln
Kakol, deceaM'd, In that certain nleeu of lnml
hltuateln IColoatu, Manoa, being It 1' Grant
19 to Makulu, containing 1.50 acres more or
This sale otters a good opportunity to In
vestors and adjoining owners of property.
There are suitable locations for homesteads
lu tho valley of Manna which Is noted for its
cool breeze and healthy climate,
R7" Terms of sale aro cash payable In U. B.
gold coin, and deeds at tho expensonf pur
chasers. Sale to bo tubject to confirmation by tho
For further particulars enquire of tho un
dersigned at his ofllce In the Judiciary Build
lug. HENHY SMITH,
Jan 27, I roan horse, branded 3.1 on right
hind leg, small white spot on tho right side of
the back, mane clipped.
Any persons on inn;; tho abovo-mcntloncd
animals is hereby notified to present his
claims within the tlmu specified by law, fall
hit; which, it will ho sold at public auction
at tho Unrcrumcut pound at MuMhl, on Sat
urday tho 8th day. or February, IMKJ, at VI
, THE Al STEAMSHrP
WILL LEAVE HONOLULU
FOR THE ABOVE TOUT ON
Saturday, February 1st,
AT 4 O'CLOCK p.m.
Tbo undorsicnod ore now prepared to
Issno Through Tickets from this City to all
points in the United HtaUs
IPiTFor further particulars regarding
Freight or Tavsnge, apply to
Wm. G. IRWIN & Co., L'd,
O. R. & L. Co. Tmins leave
Depot at 7 p. m., sharp.
RETURN AT MIDNIGHT
Single Tickets, $1.50
Lady and Gent,. . . .2.00
TICKETS FOR SALE AT
HOllltON DItUO CO.
BENSON. SMITH & CO.
HOLMSTElt nnuo CO.
Tho nb'wo prices includes E. It.
Fare, D.uicinpj nnd Refreshments.
J. W. CHAPMAN, iho famous
cnti-ror. will have charge of tho
"THE HAWAIIAN" WILL PAY THE
sum of two hundred and fifty dollars to any
perron or persons connected with "The
Pacilio Commercial Advertiser" or tbo
Hiiwaiinn-Gazotto Company, who will point
out a word or a lino of "immoral or inde
cent" matter in the December nnmbcr of
Tub Hawaiian. Judgmont ns to matter
to be rendered by the Now York" Herald,
the Now York Kvening Post, or tbo New
York Times. Criticism to be submitted in
writing to the Editor ot The Hawaiian
within sixty duys from date.
JULIEN D. HAYNE,
102-tf Editor of Tiik Hawaiian.
iley'3 - Improved
DOUBLE BOARDS, ADJUSTABLE FOR ....
Pants &d Skirts
&- I'OK SALE 11Y
Hopp & Go.
74, King Strectj or
J. W. WILEY at F. H.
Bertelmann's shop, oppo
site New Republic Build
Commissioner of Deeds
Stats of California.
Having been appointed and commissioned
a Coinmlssloner of Deeds for tho State of Cal
ifornia, 1 am prepared
To administer and certify oaths.
To take and certify depositions andaQhla
vita. To take and certify tho acknowledgment or
proof of powers of attornoy, mortgages,
transfer, grants, deeds or other Instruments
For the Stale of California !
A. V. GEAR,
Telephone i.'50. C0U King Street.
Dr. Geo. P, Andrews
Officii ; Masonic Uuiuuno,
Offlco hours : 10 to 12 n.ui., '3 to 4 p.m.
Itcsidouco with Piof. W. D. iMcxander,
Punahou Btrect. f 200-tf
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