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EVENING BULLETIN FEBRUAHY 4, 1896.
S Eueii Bulletin,
DANIEL LOGAN, Editor.
TUESDAY, - - FEB. 4, 1890.
Both tbo Venezuela nnd tho
Trnnsvnnl war clouds Beom to
have boon dissipated into thin
mist, but thoro is ovidontly great
dnngor of a storm springing up nt
any moment over tho Eastern
Among tho bills passed by the
United States Sonnto on Jauunry
21 was ono "authorizing certain
persons to accept decorations
from tho Hawaiian Government."
So our Republic is going into tho
Thoro was a prospect of tho Now
Jersey syndicate getting tho char
ter for tho Pacific cablo at lutcst
accounts. Tho House committee
was trimming tho subsidies and
nutting down tho tolls, so that tho
public would have somo show for
benefit from tho cnblo.
An unusual degree of mortality
among prominent men is recorded
in the week's later foroign news
of today. England loses her lead
ing painter as well as a motnbor
of her royal family, while tho
United States mourns tho loss of
ono of her most eminent public
In tho coming dull theatrical
season in tho United States, sev
eral theatrical companioswill pass
through hero for tho Colonies.
"With no proper placo for a per
formance, Honolulu cannot ex
tend them invitations to stop ovor
a steamer. Perhaps one year's
deprivation will be enough to sti
mulate our people's enterprise so
as to have the burnt Opera House
Till: SIORTUAKY REPORT.
mid CniifteH of
Thoro wore fifty deaths in this
city in January last, which is un
der tho average considering tho
increased population. In Jnnu
ury, 1892, tho deaths numbered
50; in 1893, 38; in 1884, 48 and
last year 49.
Of tho above 30 were males and
20 females: 30 were Hawaiians, 8
Chinese, 4 Portuguese, 2 Japan
ese, 2 English, 2 American and 2
of other nationalities.
Eleven of tho above died unat
tended by any regular physician.
The principal causes of death
woro: Consumption 9; fever, old
ago and pneumonia, 5 each;
whooping cough 4; inanition 3;
heart diseaso 2. Sixteen other
deaths woro ascribed, to sixteen
separate causes, ono of which was
Thero Avore 0 deaths in tho first
ward, 13 in tho second, 13 in tho
third, 5 in tho fourth and 13 in
the fifth. All of whichi s gathered
from tho monthly report of Agent
Reynolds, which will bo repre
sented to tho Board of Health at
its meeting tomorrow.
In tho District Court this morn
ing Judge do la Vorgno sentenced
D. Makauahoa to one year atjd
three mouths in jail, a $10 fine
and costs for larceny in tho third
degree. For tho samo oifenso Moa
was given two years and 1 month
in jail, a $10 fine nnd costs.
How old does a female reformer
have to bo before she ceases to be
a now woman. Buffalo Express.
j3l GrlEtES A.T
CIKCUIT COURT MATIT.HS.
Tlic nlil r.lta Jtnpo Cnsc mi Triiil
lie fore n Jury.
Tho caso of tho Republic of
Hawaii vs. David Elia, accused of
committing rape on u thirlcon-yoar-old
native girl, was takon up
in tho Circuit Court yesterday
afternoon and tho following jury
sworn, "W K AVaiamau, H E
Cooko, G "W Macy, J N K Kcola,
A Morris, H Ivumanu, J N Taylor,
Jas Mahonoy, "W Ringor, Win
McGurUj J L Kawowohi and J
During tho afternoon tho girl
Kealohafiilii, H. R. Hitchcock,
Dr. 0. B. Wood, Dr. Emorson,
Kopa and Levi woro examined for
tho prosecution and at 5:10 tho
A.t this morning's session Cap
tain Parker, Koaloha and John
Ena woro further examined for tho
For tho defense attorney Davios
asked tho Court to instruct tho
jury to dischargo tho defendant,
on tho ground that sufficient re
sistance on tho part of tho com
plaining witness was not shown
to consuuuo mo crime, motion
Tho balanco of tho morning ses
sion was taken up with tho .exami
nation of Kahalewai for tho de
fense, and tho case is still in pro
gress. In tho caso of McDonald vs.
Club Stablos further argument
was made on tho motion for per
mission to bring proceedings
agnin&t tho defendant.
On motion of the Attornoy-Gcn-oral
tho caso of tho Republic of
Hawaii vs. S. Walsh, tho Wailuku
engineer neeuscd of manslaughter,
was put on tho calendar.
In tho case against C. L. Brito,
charged with embezzlement, At
tornoy Magoon for his client lias
filed an objection to tho caso be
ing tried by Judge Carter.
Tho ojectmont suit of C. W.
Booth vs. P. H. Kohau and others
was heard this morning and an
oral decision given by Judgo Car
tor, granting tho relief prayed for
in the complaint. Decree to bo
Judgo Carter was hearing a
motion concerning alimony in tho
Nott divorce suit during tho noon
Tho assumpsit suit of Allon &
Robinson vs. F. H. Redward has
been assigned to Judgo Porry for
trial, Judgo Carter being disqua
lified. Tho action in trover of Georgo
H. Paris vs. C. W. Macfarlano
will bo tried by a referee, both
Circuit Court judgos boiug dis
qualified or interested.
Thoro are twelve divorce cases
on tho prosont calendar of tho
Circuit Court. Saturday morn
ing's aro nlways devoted to theso
cases during tho torm.
J. W. Thompson is becoming
an export in shorthand. Ho
is acting as courtroom clork
during tho present session of tho
Circuit Court and keeps his min
utes in shorthand, writing thorn
out at loisuro.
A. G. Correa has boon admitted
to tho bar after duo and proper
examination, and this morning
took tho oath to support tho Con
stitution and proporly perform
tho duties of attornoy, counsellor,
proctor and barrister.
Lord Frederick Loighton, Eng
lands greatest painter, died Jan
uary 2o, aged 05. Ho was raised
to tho poorogo last Now Year's
The Caracas press denounces
tho Gorman demands on Vene
zuela for tho payment of tho rail
way debt. It is added that tho
claims will bo amicably arranged.
Anti-English meetings aro be
ing held in Venezuela and thoro
is a boycott of English goods.
When times aro good people
put their monoy in stookB, but
when thoy aro bad they put it in
stockings. Now York Tribune.
HAVE YOU TRIED IT?
JUST THE THING FOR BREAKFAST
Cooked Rolled Oats.
The original brund.
Different from ami bettor than any other brand.
(Jtf For sale by nil 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 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 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.
Opposite Sprockols' Bnuk,
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NEW AND ORIGINAL DESIGNS
W. R. RILEY.
Loavo ordors nt Sanders' Ex
press oflico, King Street, noar
Fort. Telephone 8G.
J. P. ROQRIGUES,
Fort Street, opposllo Haekfcld's.
A Now Lot of Nice Goods Just
deceived. Cleaning and Re
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Bum of two hundred and fifty dollars to any
person or persons connected with "The
Pacific Commercial dvertisor" or the
Hawaiian Gnzotto Company, who will point
out a word or a line of "immoral or Indc
coot" matter in tho December number of
Tub Hawaiian. Judgment as to matter
to be rondercd by tho New York Herald,
tho Now York Evonlng Post, or tho New
York Times. Criticism to be irabinitted in
writing to the Editor of Tub Hawaiian
within sixty days from date.
JULIEN D. nAYNE,
192-tf Editor of The Hawaiian.
GEORGE A. DAVIS
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
Honolulu, II, 1,
J3T Oillce : 114 Merchant street.
nnd of the Finest.
At tho same Low Hates as usual,
A Big Lino of New Goods just recoivod per
DltliSS SUITS A SPECIALTY.
Arlington Block, : : : : Hotel street.
CONSTANTLY ON HAND.
Mefoopolift&n Rjeai do.
J ames L. I-Iolt,
Gknkral Business Agent, Ac
countant and Collector.
Of kick: No. 11 Knnlinmnnu Street. Tolo
phono No. O.'K). Prompt nttention
gnuranteed. 217 tf
Piano For Sale.
A WOODWA11D & BROWN PIANO.
Has nn excollout tone nnd is in flno condi
tion. Will bo sold cheap for cash.
Address L. T.
195-tf Bom.etK( Office.
ALMA COTTAGE, AT WAIKIKI, 13 TO
Let, furnlsliei, together with a beach lot.
Election of Officers.
At tho adjourned Aunnal Mooting of tho
Hawaiian Sugar Compnny held this day the
following officers were elected for the on.
H. P. Baldwin President.
G- N. Wilcox , . .Vice-President.
W. G. Irwin Treasurer.
W. L. Hoppor Secretary.
Tho nboro, together with C. M. Cooko, J.
F. Haokfcld nnd H. Catton constitute tho
Board of Directors.
V. L. HOPPER,
Jon. 31, 1890. Secretary.
Hawaiian Eleotrio Co.
At tbo annual meeting of tho above Com
pany held this day tho following officers
woro duly elected:
W. G. Irwin President
J. A Hopper .Vice-President
Godfrey Brown Treasurer
J. F. Hookfeld Auditor
V. M. Gifl'ard Secretary
Who also constitute tho Board of Directors.
W. M. GIFFABD,
Honolulu, Janunry 31, 1890. 2I0-lw
AH Members of thoUoouln Lahul Society
and the Board of Lady Managers of tho Ka
piolanl Maternity Homo nro requested to
attend Wednesday Afternoon, nt 2 o'o'ook,
at tho Maternity Home.
MBS. EUGENIA BEIS,
217 2t Secretary Hoouln Lahui.
Wiley's - Improved
DODBLE BOARDS, ADJUSTABLE FOR ....
Pants & Skirts
tST FOB. SALE DY
Hopp & Co,
74, King Street, or
J. W. WILEY nt F. H.
Bertclmann's shop, oppo
site Now Republic Build
Hotel St., uear Fort. Tol. 302.
vJ. &'s-i IVifcHXoW-
On ITridny nnd Snturdny, Fob.
28th nnd 29th, nt 12 o'clock noon
each dny, nt my snlesrooms on
Queon street, I wiH hold sales of
llenl Estnto, comprising lnnds in
Honolulu nnd throughout tho Isl
ands. Pnrtios desiring to dispose of
Eonl Estnto nt theso sales will pnss
in their lists ns early as possible.
Jas. F. Morgan,
Important Sale of Coffee Lands, Cane
Lands, Rico Lands and Houso Lots.
By order of owners In fee simple of the
follonlng designated property, I will sell t
Public Auction at my Sales-Room, on Friday,
Febrnarr 28. 1SIH5. at IB o'clock iiuon of said
day, the followlnjj properties:
1st Nine Shares In the Hul of Holnaloa,
Komi, Hawaii, which contain about 160
Acres; n part of It Is Tory good CofTeo Land
and second to none in Kons for Coffee, being
a part of Kulcaua T7I3 to Victoria Kama
2nd All the undivided one-half of Worn;
Wa Foy In Apuna 2 described In Hoyal I'ntcnt
6378 on L U. Award 1708 to Kalaconc, con
taining an area of 1 70-100 Acres, at Waiklkl,
Oshu; the piece being leased for 10 years
from November 1st, 1839, nt 150.00 per
3rd AU the undivided one-fourth Interest
of Wong V Foy In Royal Patent
RtI7to Kamohomotio, containing an area f
47 100 Acre, at Wnlklkl, Oahu; the piece be
Ing leased to Kong Man Wal for $20.00 per
year, for 10 years from 18SU.
4th :m Acres In a Kona, Hawaii, and bc
Ing tho Ahupuaa of Kuuleoll, near Ilonau
nau, about I DO acres good Onllco Laud; the
rest is good for pasturage and house-lots; tho
laud has a good lea-Ueliery. T hcra arc two
ood houses on land and wells. There am
ft acres of old CofTee In bearing. The crop
of 18115 imoimti'd to nbout 1300 pounds; there
are also about 10 acres of 'now Coirce.
5th 83100 Acre at Knllhl, described In
Uojal Tatent !iC(l to Kuc K CxnipbclHnnd
lying on the Ewk side of Mts Cockett's lund.
0th Five Lots at Kupalama on the Tram
ways line. Tho Lots uro 50x00, one lot has n
house on, and Is rented at $120 ptr annum; If
a t-H 0 house be built on each lot, they would
earn f ISO a lot, a better Investment than auy
kind of stock.
7th Fhe Lots In Kamanuual, sltuatsd
80 feet from Ilerctanlu street. The lots arc
about 3500 siunro feet each; one lot has a
house on, tUcie Is a road 20 feet wide leading
from Deretania street along these lots.
8tb A part of Nuuauu stream, lying mau
ka of Smith's bridge, nnd part dry land ma
kal of Lai Say's Joss House; the lot Is about
120 feet by 253 feet. In cate the Nuuunu
stream Is moved over a decided by the Gov
ernment, this will bo a fine Investment.
1 til. 654 acres In tho Ahupuaa of Ilono
ktm, Including 80 acres which wcro set (a hart
for the seller, .'JO acres of It Is planted with.
Coffee, the crop of which for 1895 n as over
5000 pounds: tlio estimate, for 1897 Is about
15,000 pounds; there aru two houses on tho
premises, one a dwelling house and. one for
tho laborers; thero U also a water tank of
5000 gallons. Tho 80 acre lot Is walled up,
the rest aru pasture and forest lands,
10th Seven Lots nt Kallht. The lots are
50x10 J and lying makai or Rose street, and
on the Ewa side of D 11 Kahaulello premises;
and more particularly described lu Royal
Patent 8548 to Jerry Coughhn; the lot may
be sold lu whale or lu separate lots.
11th A lot of 200x200 feet on Kallhlor Ka
nmharaeba IV road, roakal of tho Kallhl
church; the lot is fenced on all Bides; It Is the
best lot t Kallhl.
Kth The undivided our acres of Wng
Wa Foy In Royal Patent 2180 to Kamahlal
and Laul, of those premises situated at
Wallua, llllo, Hawaii; the whole premises
being leased to tho Ilakalau Plantation by
lease dated MarcU 13tb, 1893, and recorded
InLlbcr 140, page 487, nt 82.25 per acre per
annum; tho runt duo to Wong Wa Foy's
share is not paid yet.
I3th Tbo uudUided one and one-half
acres of Wong Wa Foy in llojul Patent 010 ,
to .Miinuhoa In those premises situated at '
Kumaee, llllo, Hawaii; tho whole lot of 22.23
acres being leased to the Ilakalau Plantation,
by lease dated .March I3th. Ib'jJ, and record
ed in Liber 140, pugu 489, nt 8A85 per acre
per year; the reut Uuo on Wong Wa Foy's
sharu for the last j car Is not paid.
For further particulars apply to Wong Wa
Foy ut tVlug Wo Tnl t Company.
Jas. F. Morgan,
Diitcd Honolulu, Feb.3,lM0. 217-td
COPFBK ESTATE AND LANDS
I am directed to sell at Public Auction on
Wednesday, May 27, '96,
nt 12 o'clock noon of said day at my sales
rooms on Queen street, In Honolulu (unless
sooner disposed of nt private sale) the follow
ing described property, namely:
A tract oriand of about 2,300 acres In feo
simple sltuato at Kolo and Olelomoaim 1 In
Sbuth Kona, Island of Hawaii, nbout ei-ht
nllles by a good road from Hnokenu, ono of
tho largest villages In Kona. Thero Is an ex
ccllcnt landing on tho lond Itself from where
the coffee and other produce could be shipped
and a good site for a mill near tho binding.
Fifty acres oriand nro in colleo. Roughly es
Minuted there Is about seven hundred acres of
splendid coffee land lying all on one block on
both sides of the Government Road. Eight
hundred acres lying above and to tho East of
tho seven hundred acres abovo mentioned Is
also excellent land nnd although at a higher
altltudo Is no doubt also well adapted for
coffee culture. The lower laud below tho
coffco belt Is sultnuleforplncapples and sisal.
Thero Is a drjlng house, store and work
rooms, n Gordon's Pnlpcr, laborers' quarters
and water tanks at the plantation, and the
land Is partly walled. Thero has never been
any blight on this land, although coffco was
planted a great many years ago. Old residents
of kona like the lato D. II. Nahlnu, J. W.
Kualmoku and others have testified to this
fact. There Uasea fishery appurtenant to
'Terms cash or part of tho purchaso prlco
can remain on mortcairu ntelirlit. npr nt ni.
annum. Deeds and stamns at tho exnensn nf
A map of the property can be seen and fur
ther particulars obtained at my sales rooms.
J. F. MOBGAN,
Bubsoribo for tho Evening Bul
letin. 'jtsu, , ,'.1 WwhrAMt