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EVENING BULLETIN FEBRUARY 1, 1800.
S Eveiu)$ Bullet'19,
DANIEL LOGAN, Editor.
SATURDAY, - FEB. 1, 1890.
NO KREE HOSPITAL.
Attention is called by tho Hilo
Tribune to tho lack of a hospital
in that town, whore tho "sick and
unfortunato" might "go and stay
free of cost and oxponso, and re
coivo tho treatment that is accord
ed tho unfortunato in civilized
communities." At tho conclusion
of its remarks tho Tribuno says:
"Lot us havo a hospital, and that,
too, right away. If tho Govern
ment cannot spare tho monoy
when it 1ms plenty to spend on a
band in Honolulu, on its beach
road, on its many oflicors rotaincd
for show, thon lot us build it by
private subscriptions." Our con
temporary does not strongthon its
very laudable pleo by harping on
the old growl against Honolulu.
As for tho band, every Govern
ment in tho world, probably, pays
for sound, as woll as show, in
various forms. Tho beach road
will moro than repay tho outlay
on it, thero is littlo doubt, from
the enhanced value of taxable
property along its routo.
One of tho best authorities on real
estate, who died some years ago,
urged upon tho writer tho advo
cacy of that very road as a most
desirable and profitablo public
-improvement. All these things
for beautifying tho capital of the
country, and making it agreeable
for oithor residence or sojourn,aro
far from boing for tho osclusivo
enjoyment and benefit of tho peo
ple of Honolulu. Our friends of
the country districts would bo
among tho first to complain, when
they camo up to tho city for busi
ness, health or pleasure, if thero
was no music to beguile their rest
ing hours or good roads on which
to drive for air and scenery. Those
complainings remind ono of tho
fable about the mutiny of tho
other members of tho body against
the stomach. This paper has al
ways been and over will be found
ready to advocate tho claims of
the country for a duo share of tho
public rovouuos for public im
provements. And really we think
that Hilo is not being badly
neglected, having been aided by
outright appropriations, subsidies
and franchises in obtaining many
modern city conveniences. It will
in all likelihood havo both its oili
cially discovered needs and its
importunities relating to othors
substantially regarded at tho
coming sossion of tho Legislature
But to roturn to tho main ques
tion. This paper cordially agrees
with its Hilo contemporary in
ventilating tho discredit of tho
country's lack of free hospitals.
Perhaps tho editor of tho Tribune,
being a comparative Btrangor, is
not awaro that Honolulu, the much
envied capital, is without free
hospital accommodation and treat
ment, oxcopting for native Hawai
ians, notwithstanding that tho pub
lic contributes largely to the sup
port of tho Queen's Hospital. Wo
have often advocated tho establish
ment of a froo hospital or tho
making of arrangements whereby
the poor and afflicted of any na
tionality 'm,ay otherwise receive
treatment without money and
without price at tho Queen's Hos
pital. Thoro is no doubt that a
definite plan for securing bucIi a
boon to humanity horo would re
ceive moro general and liberal
support from tho publio of all
nationalities than any othor pro
ject that mighj; bo named could
onlist. Iu much larger cities
abroad tho froo hospitals aro
materially aided by tho systematic
circulation of subscriptions among
employers and employed of in
dustrial and morcantilo establish
ments. Earners of modorato
wages choorfully subscribo some
thing out of thoir pay when
tho list comes round, knowing
that they aro holpmg to support
an institution whoro, if thoy un
fortunately become sick or in
jurod, thoy will havo soft pillows
for thoir heads, gontlo nurses to
watch over them, and tho most
skilful treatment by eminent
members of tho medical faculty.
It will bo a shame for tho Repub
lic if it long delay providing for
foroignors tho countorpnrt of what
tho monarchy provided for tho
natives in this matter of hospital
accommodation. Horo is a chanco
for somo of our wealthy residents
to perpetuate thoir names moro
durably than can bo dono on brass
or marble. "Who will initiato tho
As both houses of the Legisla
ture Nobles and Representatives
sat and voted together in tho
year named, also in 1892, tho Ad
vertiser i incomprehensible when
it talks about "the registration bill
which passed tho lower houso of
tho Legislature of 1S90 and was
mysteriously lost bofore reaching
tho upper house." Besides, 0. "W.
Ashford, who is represented by
tho samo papor as opposing tho
bill at that session, was only a
member of tho Legislature ox
officio as Attorney General tho
first half of tho session. Was it not
in tho hitter part of tho session of
1892 that the bill in question wont
missing? It was ordered engrossed
and never saw tho light again.
Mr. Ashford was, however, a
Btrong opponent of tho measure.
Thon Mr. Marsdon was not tho
father of tho proposition, but Mr.
Glado of the firm of H. Hackfold
& Co., who advocated it at a con
ference between tho planters and a
workingmen's anti-Asiatic com
mittee six or seven years ago.
Rice is Becond in tho staplos of
Hawaii, but it has coased, for tho
present at loast, to bo profitablo
enough for marketing. It is hard
to see how legislation can help tho
rico industry, suffering as it is
simply from tho law of supply and
demand. Entorpriso may discov
er new markets, but as yet thoy aro
Nnim oi the llevulullnii.
Tho following were admitted to
membership in the Hawaiian So
ciety, Sons of tho Amoricau Re
volution, by tho Board of Mana
gers today: Warren Chamberlain
and William Warren Chamber
lain, descendants of stanch old
Lieutenant Jesse Whitney, who
commanded a company at Provi
dence Rhode Island, during .the
winter of 177(5-7. Another
patriotic ancestor of thoso
gentlemen was Wilson Chamber
lain, whose wife, daughter and
two sons Avero driven from thoir
homo in Charlestown, MaHS., by
Tories on tho day of the battle of
Bunker Hill. Colonel William
Fe8sondon Allen has been elected
a member of tho Board of
Managers of tho Hawaiian So
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3 T. 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
whicn 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. Ihree 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 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
ns merits wirnout 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 shallJbe happy to
show the 1896 improvements
to intending purchasers.
Hawaiian Hardware Co.
Opposite Spreckols' Bank,
NO 307 EORT STREET.
COFFEE ESTATE AND LANDS
I am directed to sell at Public Auction on
Wednesday, May 27, '96,
at 12 o'clock noon of dftld day at my ale
rooms nit Queen street, In Honolulu (unlets
sooner disposed of at private snlo) the follow
ing described property, namely:
a iraei 01 lann oi nuoiii u,!i)u acres in leo
slmplo sltuatoat Kolo and Olclomoanal In
South Konn, Island of Hawaii, about eight I
miles by a good road from llookcna, one of
thu lamest vllloircs In Ivonn. Thero Is an ex
cellent landing on the land Itself from wlicie
tho coffeo and overproduce could be shipped
andagoodslto for a mill near the landing.
Fifty acres of land are In collee. ltouirhl v es
tlmatcd thero Is about seven hundred acres nf '
splendid colTeo land lyln;nll on onu block on i
both sides of the Uoverumentlload. Eight
hundred acres lying above and to the East of '
the seven hundred acics above mentioned Is
nlnn npi'ltllt Innil nnd nltlinurrli nt a tilirlifx
ultitudo Is no doubt also well adapted for
coffee culture. The loner land below tho
coffee belt is Bultnole for pineapples and sisal,
'llirreia, a drjlng house, storo atid work
rooms, a Gordon's l'ulper, laborers' quarters
and water tanks at the plantation, and tbe
land Is partly walled. Thuio has ncxerbecn
any blight on lids land, although coffee was
planted a great many j ears ago. Old residents
of Kona llko the lato I). II Nahlnu, J. W.
Kualinoku and others have testified to this
fet. There Is a sea fishery appurtenant to
terms cash or nart of tho nurchnsc nrlco
can remain on mortgage atetalit per cent tier
annum. Deeds and stamps at thu expense of
A map or the properly can bo seen and fur
ther particulars obtained at my sales rooms.
J. P. MORGAN,
TWO GREAT WORKS
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Tho lattor ns tho
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I'rof. Wheeler or Ynle says ;
"Clear, concise, accurate, coniprohen
slvo." The Historical Novels.
By Professor John R. Mualolc
Win. SToKlnloy, Governor fifOhln, mtym
"Ono of tho most beautiful productions
of tho American pp-hh I hnve over neon."
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"I havo read 'Tho Columbian Historical
Novols' with groat pleasure Any ono, I
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II. I.. Wliiliiinn, I). I).. TI,.r I'rcMl
dent of Colby University. JVInlnc, miij-h:
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have a wolcomo placo in my home. Thoy
lmo quiokonod interest in tho study of our
national life I know of no moro valuable
helps to bo placed iu tho homo."
B. R. FOSS,
609 King street,
Honolulu, II, I.
Jan SI, 1800, 1 black horse, branded In CM
iicbu character pn loll hind lvK,whltu rftrlpo on
forehead, two white spots on back, white
bind let:, all legs shod.
Jan SI, 1800, 1 dark horse, branded (PK)
on right hind leg, white stripe on forehead,
white spot on back, white fore legs.
All persons owning the above-mentioned
animals are hereby notified to present their
claims within the time specified by law, fall
ing which, they will bo sold at public auction
at the Government pound at Maklkl
on Saturday tbe 13th day of February, 1890,
at 12 o'clock noon.
By Chief Justice Judd
Saturday, 3?et. 1st,
at 7:45 o'clock at
YOUNG MEN'S OHKISTIAN ASSN
Subject: "The Hawaiian Constitu
Members of the V. M. C. A. Froo,
Commissioner of Deeds
State of California.
Hnvlnjr been appointed and commissioned
a Commissioner of Deeds for the Htato of Cal
ifornia, 1 am prepared
To'adnilnlstcr and certify oaths.
To tako.and certify depositions and affida
vits. To take and certify the acknowledgment or
proof of powers of attorney, mortgages,
transfers, gratts, deeds or other Instruments
r. .7 0. . ,, ... . ,
VOT UlG OldlC- 0 (JallfOTIlia !
A. V. GEAR,
COO King Street.
Wiley's - improved
DOUBLE BOARDS, ADJUSTABLE FOR ....
Pants & Skirts
t$r FOR, SALE BY
Hopp & Co.
74, King Street, or
J. W. WILEY at P. H.
Bcrteltnaiin's shop, oppo
site New Republic Build
Fifteen yoars' oxporionco anil nil
.NEW AND ORIGINAL DESIGNS
W. R. RILEY.
Loavo orders nt Snndors' Ex
press ' offico, King Street, near
Fort. Tolophono 8G.
BAGGAGE delivered and chock
ed to any Steamer. Furniture
and Pianos carefully movod at
Fort and Queen Sts.
Day Tel. 912, Residence Tel. 643.
W. H. EIOKARD,
General Business Agent.
"Will attontl to Conveyancing in
all its Branches, Collecting
nnd all Business Matters
All Business entrusted to him
will receive Prompt nnd Cnreful
Honokaa, Hamakua, Hawaii.
"THE HAWAIIAN" WILL PAY THE
sum of two hundred und fifty dollars to any
person or persons connoctcd with "The
Pacilio Commercial Advcrtisor" or the
Hawniian Gazetto Company, who will point
out a word or a line of "immoral or indo.
cont" matter in tho Decombor number of
The Hawaiian. Judgmont as to matter
to be rondered by tho New York Herald,
tho Now York Evening Post, or the New
York Times. Criticism to bo submitted in
writing to the Editor of Tiie Hawaiian
within Bixty days from dato.
JULIEN D. HAYNE, .
102-tf Editor of The Hawaiian.
Wanted at tho Louvre Saloon,
Ot Nnunnu Struct.
5000 moi daily to drink the C000
. . FAMOUS . SEATTLE BEER, . .
ICE COLD ON DRAUGHT.
EDWARD & HARRY,
Postofflco Box 475
GEORGE A. DAVIS
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
Honolulu, II. 1.
1ST Onico : 1H Merchant street. lM-tf
Home Plain Pncl.
You nood furniture 1 It don't
inuli'o nny ditlorenco what kind.
Tho general rulo is people who
keep houso Avnnt something in tho
furnishing lino nlmost every day.
It has boon our ondoavor for tho
Inst threo yenrs to supply tho
Honolulu public with just whnt
thoy want in this lino. If you
want to seo tho latest designs in
fino bed ohambor sets calf on us.
Como enrly as our supply is get
Okdway & PonTEit.
SAN FRANCISCO, ,
THE Al STEAMSHIP
WILL LEAVE HONOLULU
ron tiie above tout on
Saturday, February 1st,
AT 4 O'CLOCK p. m.
Tho nndersignod are now prepared to
issne Through Tickets from this City to nil
points in tho Unitoil StnUt
ErTor further particulars regarding
Froight or I'amngo, apply to
Wm. G.IRWIN & Co., L'd,
O. R. & L. Co. Trains leave
Depot at 7 p. ji., sharp.
RETURN AT MIDNIGHT
Single Tickets, $1.50
Lady and Gent, $2.00
TICKETS FOR SALE AT
IIOnitON DRUG CO.
BENSON, SMITn & CO.
HOLLI8TEK DRUG CO.
Tho nbovo pricos inoludos It. It.
Eare, Dnnoing nnd Refreshments.
J. W. CHAPMAN, tho famous
caterer, will hnve ohargo of tho
Chock Chce & Co., Merchant Tallora,
Clothes Cleaned nnd Ropairod.
2M-ly T. O. Box 2.13.
J. P. RQDRIGUES
Fort Street, opposite HacKfeld's.
A SUIT ,
A New Lot of Nice Goods Just
Received, denning nnd Ro
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