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EVENING BULLETIN FEBltUABY C, 189G.
5t? Evei?ii)$ Bulletii?,
DANIEL LOGAN, Editor.
WEDNESDAY, - FEB. 6, 1800.
President Dolo has no doubt
gained information in his tour of
the island of Hawaii which ho
will bo ablo to turn to good no
count for tho advising of tho Legis
lature. It is bocoming constant
ly moro evident that tho resources
of tlieso islands, apart from tho
production of sugar cane, aro al
ready started upon an era of devel
opment. That they shall dovolop
in tho right way, and not with an
attondant crop of ovils, it is im
portant that the part of tho Gov
ernment in both tho executive
and legislative branches bo car
ried out as near perfectly us pos
sible. Tho land law should liavo
no loop-holes for grievances to
creep through in coming years,
making tho farmer's lot ono
of discontent othor tllan as
lie may himself bo to
blamo. Tho Presidout is re
ported as making tho discovery
that tho conditions of leasehold
homesteads aro regarded, or in
danger of being regarded, as too
much liko charity for tho native
Hrwaiians to accept. "While this
is rather creditable to tho charact
er of tho Hawaiian, thoro is some
risk of spoiling tho attractions to
the soil, by going too far in re
lieving tho law of its moro gener
ous features. If tho Hawaiian
could bo led to understand that
there is no charity about tho law,
but that it is intended to rcalizo
tho principle that the land is for
the people who will cultivate it,
producing national wealth while
supporting themselves and their
families, it would be bettor than
making things hardor for tho
homesteader for tho sako of grati
fying a feeling of independence
that is misplaced. President Dole
lias discovered what other observ
ers, as woll as dwellers of land, had
done before him, that there has
been a deal of road-making with
out system on the island of Ha
waii. Money has been oxpondod
in making roads that run to no
place in particular, or perhaps
start nowhere or else at wrong
places. It may cost a good deal
to gather up the ends, and connect
tho various routes into a system,
but tho work will have to be done
some time, and the sooner it is so
tho quicker will tho districts now
retarded in development for want
of internal communications make
a start forward on the course of
Ono of tho articles in tho Hilo
Tribune, repudiated by its direc
tors, is extromoly democratic, whilo
the othor is of a royalistic cast.
Neither of them reads liko tho
previous efforts of tho editor.
An exchange makes a noto of
experiments lately made at Kiel,
to connect warships with the shore
by telephone, as if it were some
thing particularly novel. Hono
lulu telephone companies have for
years given warships in port con
nection with tho entire Bhoro sys
tem. Tho vessels may oven hold
conversation with points on this
island thirty to forty miles away.
Ofct-i c. r
nin iTrrn miiim n iibhiiihiiiiiiuiiiii in mil mini iiiimimn mm inmw
fi DtUtlATB. ' . PEUIC.IOU&' m.' OA, 1iTy 1 w 1
ftl .....,.-- jcTVialwi:! prove t
Coffco rnisors nro on tho right
trnuk whou llioy propose forming
nn association for mutual benefit.
By securing a uniform grading of
tho product, which hj ono of tho
objects mentioned, tboy would bo
ablo to givo Hawaiian coffoo a
standing in tho market second to
Colonel Cockorill, correspon
dent of tho Now York Herald in
tho Orion t, was quoted a fow
wooks ago as saying tho Qucon of
Corea was not killed. Last mail
tolls of the execution of anothor
batch of her murdorors. It also
contains a statement in tho He
rald, over tho signature of Colo
nol Cockcrill, that "tho Queen of
Corea is certainly dead. Thoro is
no truth in tho statomont that sho
escaped from her murdorors at
Amongst tho nows by last mail
wore accounts of several railway
accidents in California, in which
somo lives of employees wore lost.
There was a considerable poriod
without such doploroblo ovonts
and then they camo in a bunch.
Straiigflly enough Hawaii has
within tho past fow weeks also
had a chapter of accidents, includ
ing two fatalities on tho rail. Thoro
have been an unusual numbor of
collisions on tho street and in tho
harbor. Has there boon an epi
demic of carelefebness?
thi: msTinoi' cuimr.
Tlio Opium Coiiplnu')' Caxo Ilrfurr
Iiitluo flo la Vcrsmc
The District Court was occu
pied during tho wholo of tho
morning with tho trial of Jen Sao,
who is accused of putting up a job
on tho customs officials in connec
tion with tho discovery of opium on
tho Coptic and among tho Chinese
at the Quarautino station. Tho
details of tho caso have boon givon
at length in tlieso columns. Tho
defendant stood mute when asked
to plead and tho court had to or
der a plea of not guilty entered
for him. During tho morning
Collector .T. B. Castlo and his de
puty, F. B. McStockor, Port Sur
veyor Sanders, J. D. McVeigh, J.
W. Girvin, J. D. Tucker, Martin
Bowers, Sing Foolc, H. 0. Brown
and C. Charlock woro oxamined
for tho prosecution, and tho case
is still going on.
The caso of August Costa Silva,
who is under arrest for tho larceny
of two Biiaro drums, is set for trial
on tho 8th.
'Hlx. Wur V ostein lor Jniiiiu.
Colonel Cockorill writes to tho
Herald as follows: It is settled
now that tho Japanese war ships
to bo ordered will bo Hix in num
bor two lino of battle ships and
four armored cruisors of tho first
class. It is believed that tho 47,
000,000 yon asked for by tho
Budget will bo voted on at onco
and contracts for tho ships prompt
ly givon out. United States build
ers may secure ono of the ships,
if not moro.
Another 'li-olllug Kvont.
A match raco has boon arranged
between Jim Quinn's "Johnny
Hayward" and Gus Schuman's
"Judah." Tho raco will bo for
8200 a sido and tho full amount of
the purse has been put up and is
now in tho hands of Charles J.
McCarthy. This is tho first time
tlieso two trotters have met and, as
Jim Quinn says, tho contest will
bo for blood. Tho race will bo
run by boats best two in threo,
and will take place at Kapiolani
Park on March 7th.
The front portion of tho brick
warehouse in tho rear of Castlo
& Cooko's store is being torn
down to make room for improve
THE CANS ARE
VU3Y I AB6E AND
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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 or 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 m 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 superioi
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' Bank,
NO. 307 FORT STREET.
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Honolulu, II. I.
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work guaranteed. -
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W. R. RILEY.
Leavo orders at Sanders' Ex
press oflico, King Street, near
Fort. Tolophono 8G.
Fort Street, opposlto HacKfeUl'g.
A Now Lot of Nice Goods Just
Iiecoived. Gleaning and Re
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sum of two hundred and fifty dollars to any
person or persons counocted with "The
racilio Commercial Advertiser" or tho
Hawaiian Qazotto Company, who will point
out a word or a line of "immoral or ludo
cont" matter in the December number of
Tub Hawaiian. Judgment a to matter
to bo rondored by tho Now York Herald,
tho New York Evening Tost, or tho New
YorkTimos. Criticism to be submitted In
writing to the Editor of Tub Hawaiian
within sixty days from dato.
JOLIEN D. nAYNE,
102-tf Editor of Tub Hawaiian.
GEORGE A. DAVIS
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
Honolulu, II. I.
e- Ofllce : 1H Merchant street.
Hi I'M V
II 1 1
'is 1 1
Well This Column!
On Friday ami Saturday, Fob.
28th and 2flth, at 12 o'clock noon
each day, at my salesrooms on
Queon street, I will hold sales of
Itcal Estate, comprising lands in
Honolulu and throughout tho Isl
ands. Parties dosiring to disposo o
Eeal Estato at tlieso sales will pass
in thoir lists as early as possible.
Jas. F. Morgan,
let Lot and Dtilldlnps nt the foot of Punch
bowl street house mi ted at fl5 per moutlijl
home rented at $.3 per month; 1 house rented
at f 18 per month. These arc for rentals.
2nd House and lot at Asia near the St
Louis College, rented at $13.5(1 per month.
3rd House and lot at Aala, rented at $12
-1th Tnro land nt Katnukcla, planted wllli
Inro, about 1 acre. Last year's crop sold for
fith 29 acres of lnnd on Judd street ad
iolnlnjr the residence of A S llnrtwcll Esq.
The whole property commands a llnoluw.
As an investment, van be divided Into smaller
lots at a large prorlt.
Important Salo of Coffeo Lands, Cano
Lands, Rice Lands and House Lots.
lly order of owners In fco simple of tho
lonowim; aesiRnaicu property, l win sen at
l'uullc Auction at my Balfs-lloom, on Friday.
February 23, ISM, at 12 o'clock noon of said
day, the followlnc properties:
1st Nino Shares In the IIul oMIoliinloa,
Komi, Hawaii, which contain about 180
Aeres; a part of It 1 very j;nod Collco Land
and second to none in Kona for Coffee, being
a part ot Kulcaua 7713 to Victoria Kama
main. 2nd AH the undivided one-half of Wong
Wa Foy In Apuna 2 described In Itojnl Talent
flS73 on 1. C. Award 17ft8 to Kalaconc, con
taining an area of 1 70-100 Aeres. at WulMkl,
Oahu; tho piece being leased for 1(1 enrs
from November 1st, 1889, at $50.00 per
:rd AU the undivided one-fourth Interest
of Wong Wa Toy In Hoyal Patent
IUI7 to Kainohouiolio, containing an area of
47 100 Acre, at Walklfsl, Oahu; the piece be
ing leased to Kong Man Wal for j.20.00 per
year, for 10 yearn from 1880.
I tli S(i2 iercs In S Kona, Hawaii, and be
ing tho Ahupuan of Kaulcoll, near Hnnau
nun, about 100 aeres good Codec Laud; the
rest is good for pasturage and house-lots; the
land has a.good sca-tlsliery. There are two
good houses on hind and wells. There aro
5 acres of old Codeo In hearing. Tho crop
of lh0 amounted to about 1300 pounds; thcru
are also about 10 aeres of ucw Co lice.
5th 8S100 Acre ot Kallld, described in
Hojal Patent IIGOU to Kue E Campbell; and
Ijlng on the En a Bide of Mrs Cockett's land.
Gth Five Lots at Kapalama on tho Truin
niij line. Ihe Lots are 50x00, one lot has a
house on, and Is runted at 120 per annum; If
u ?'i"0 house be built on each lot, they would
earn 6IU1 a lot, a better Investment than any
kind of stock.
7th Five Lots in Kamanuwal, situated
80 feet from Ilcrotanla street. The lots aro
about 8.VJ0 ciiuaro feet each; one lot has a
house on, thcru Is a road 20 fiet wido leading
from lleretnnla street along these lots.
8th A part of Nuuanu Btrcam, lying mau
ka of Smith's bridge, and part dry land ma
kal of Lai Say's Jos j House; the lot Is about
120 feet by 2."i3 feet. In case the Nuuanu
stream Is moved over as decided by the Gov
ernment, this will bo a line investment.
0th. 054 acres In tho Ahupuaa of llouo
kua, Including 80 acres which wcro set a part
forsthe seller; 80 acres of It Is planted with
Cotl'ee, the crop of which lor 1803 was over
.r)000 pounds; tho estimate for 1807 Is about
15,000 pounds; tliero aro two houses on the
premises, one a dwelling house und one far
the laborers; there Is also a water tank of
5000 gallons. The 60 acre lot Is walled up,
the rest are pasture and forest lands.
10th Seen Lots nt Kalihl. Tho lots are
50x100 and lylnf innknl of Rose street, and
on the Etva side of D II Kahaulcllo premises;
and moro particularly described In Royal
l'utent !T18 to Jeny Cuuglilin; the lot may
be sold In whole or in separate lots.
lllli A lot of 200200 feet on Kalihl or Kn
mehamclui IV road, innknl of the Kalihl
church; the lot is fenced ou ull sides; it Is the
best lot at Kalihl.
I2th The undivided four acres of Wong
Wa Toy In Royal Patent 213(1 to Komahlul
and Liml, of those premises tdluatcd at
Wallua, Hilo, Hawaii; the whole picmlscs
being lensul to the Ilaknhiu Plantation by
lease dated March 13th, 18!U, and recorded
In Liber U0, page 487, at J.25 per acre per
uunum; tho rent due to Wong Wa Foy'g
share is not paid yet.
Iiith The undivided one and ouo-half
acres of Wong Wa Foy In Ho ul Patent 010
to Manuhoa in those premises situated at
Kiimaee, Hilo, Hawaii; tho whole lot of 22.2.1
acres being leased to the Hakalau Plantation,
by lease dated March I3th, 1803, and record
ed In Liber 140, pago 480, at $2.83 per aero
per jtar; tho rent duo on Wong a Foj's
slinru fur the last year Is not paid.
For further particulars apply to Wong Wa
Foy at tVIng Wo Tul .t Company.
Jas. F. Morgan,
Dated Honolulu, Feb. 3,1850. 217-td
A New Abstract Office.
As a result of 15 year's experi
ence in tho Abstract Business, I
am prepared to mako Abstracts o
Title in a most thorough, accurate
and complete manner, and on
F. W. Makinney.
In W. O. Smith's Office, 318
Fort Street. 215-t
Building -:- Lots
3Vt J'LJEiSJi'VJL -
Dellgnttu situation. Reautlfulvlewof the
ocean. Excellent neighborhood. Lovely
A. V. GEAR.
5 ESTATE AND LAND?
lam directed to sell at Public Auction on
Wednesday, May 27,r'96,
at 12 o'clock noon of said day at my sales
rooms on Queen street. In Honolulu (unless
sooner disposed of at private sale) the follow
Ing described property, namely:
A tract of land of about 2,300 acres In fee
almplo situate at-Kolo and Olclomoana 1 In
South Kona, Island of Hawaii, about eight
miles by a good road from Hookcna, one of
tho largest villages In Kona. Tliero Is an ex
cellent landing on tho land Itself from where
the coffee and other produce could be shipped
xnd n good site for a mill near tho landing.
Fifty acres of land aro In collec. Roughly es
timated tliero Is about seven hundred acres of
splendid coffee land lying all on one block on
both sides of the (locrnnientltoad. Eight
hundred acres lying above and to the East of
tho seven hundred acics above mentioned Is
also excellent land and although at a higher
altttudo Is no doubt also well adapted for
coffco culture. Tho lower land below the
coffee belt Is suitable forplncapplcs and sisal.
intra h a ur.ung nouse, store aim won;
rooms, a Cordon's Pulper. laborers' uuartcrs
and water tanks at tho plantation, and the
land Is partly walled. There has never been
any blight on this land, although coffco was
planted a great manvjearsagb. Old residents
of Kona like the lato I). II. Nahlnu, J. W.
Kualmnku and others lmvo testified to this
fact. There Is a sea fishery appurtenant to
Terms cash or part of tho purchase price
can remain on mortgage atcluht per cent per
annum. Deeds and stamps at the expense of
A map of tho property can bo seen and fur
ther particulars obtained at my sales rooms.
J. F. MORGAN,
and of the Finest.
At tho satuo Low Itatos as usual.
A Big Lino of Now Goods just received per
DRESS SUITS A SPECIALTY.
UIEMl.IItOS & DECKEIt,
Arlington Block, : : : : Hotel street.
CONSTANTLY ON HAND.
MetopoKlall fijBat (3o.
J arn.es L. I-Iolt,
General Business Agent, Ac
countant and Collector.
OtFicE: No. 11 Kaahnmanu Stieet. Tele
phone No. C.13. Prompt attention
guaranteed. 217 tf
Piano For Sale.
A WOODWARD & BROWN PIANO.
Has nn excellent tone and is in flue condi
tion. Will bo sold choap for cash.
Address L. T.
105-tf Bollktis Office.
Hawaiian Eleciric Co.
At tho nnnu.il mooting of tho above Com
pany held this clay the, following officers
wero duly elected:
W. G. Irwin , President
J. A Hoppor .Yico-Prcsideut
Godfrey Brown Treasuror
J. F. Ilaokfeld Auditor
V. M. aiflard Secrotnry
Who alsoconstituto tho Board of Directors,
W. M. GIPrARD,
Houoluln, January 31, 1800. 210-lw
Wiley's - Improved
DOUBLE BOARDS, ADJUSTABLE FOR ....
Pants & Skirts
RT FOR SALE BY
Hopp & Co,
74, King Street, or
J. W. WILEY at F. H.
Bortelmann's shop, oppo
site New Republic Build
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