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B7 tie Trnunt of tie Republic of Hawaii.
Wiieiifas the Constitution requires tlint
tho first rcguUr Session of the Legislature
ot the Itcpubllo of Hawaii shall bo held on
tho THIRD WEDNESDAY 01' FEBRU
Now TiiwiKFonE, I, SANFORDB.DOLE,
President of tho llermblio of Hawaii, here
by give notico that such Session will con
Tone at the Elecutlve Buildlug in Hono.
lulu, at 12o'clooknoon, ON WEDNESDAY,
THE 10th DAY OF THE PRESENT
MONTH OF FEBRUARY.
Written fct the Eiccutivo Building in Ho
nolulu, this 17th day of February, A. D.
SANFORD B. DOLE,
By the President:
J. A. Kino, -
Minister of the Interior,
5i Ejer)t) Bulletin,
DANIEL LOGAN, Editor.
FEB. 7, 1890.
In this irisuo will bo found a
fiiimmnry ot Hnwniinn news for
tho outgoing miiil by tho steamer
Moiiowui. This is done to onnblo
tho public to dispatch tho news,
iu tho smallest possiblo bulk, to
their frieuds abroad. Thero is
littlo calling for comment in tho
budget. Although sinco tho close
of tho holiday season, which was
particularly active with our mer
chants, business geuorally has
been rather dull, yot thoro is a
Bpirit of hopefulness prevalont
regarding trailo for the rest of the
year. Tho chief factor in this
feeling is tho rising market for
sugar, o.ich incoming mail from
tho Coast now recording a point
higher than the preceding nnn.
Rico, tho second staple in import
ance, is, however, in a low condi
tion. It is found unprofitable to
mill tho crop. Should thoro bo
no revival in this industry, many
nativo landowners, who leaso
lands to the Chinese for growing
rice, will be apt to sustain a seri
ous loss of income. The political
sky is sorono and has boon so ever
sinco tho last of tho political pri
soners wore given their liberty by
tho Government as a New Year's
gift. It will probably prove
that the arguments advanced
by tho agitators for their
release, that such clemency
would havo a good offect upon the
situation, wore not ill taken. There
is no truth in the malicious reports
sent abroad of a secession senti
ment existing on Hawaii, the
largest and naturally richest isl
and of tho group. It is not im
probable, however,, that a move
raont may take Bhapo before very
long on that island for local self
government, under a municipal
system, at least for tho rapidly
growing town of Hilo if
not for tho different taxation
districts. Much interest attaches
to tho first regular session of tho
Legislature of the Republic, which
is summoned to convene on tho
19th inst. Several commissions
on important subjects, such as the
liquor traffic, tho auditing of pub
lic accounts, land transfer system,
otc, will report. The President
will probably recommend amend
Si CiM ' I'lffyW T"" T"T"iiHF Il i iLdft arnn
a: r ' -AfcT.
OT -T i."fl
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jjl wtfa!",'(3ieTml will prove their trier if.
ments to tho Land Act, bo as
to boltor promote tho Bottling
of public lauds, and various
schemes of public improvement
and private ontorpriso will doubt
less matorinlizo. It will bo ono of
the busiest sessions of a Legisla
ture over held in Hawaii, and it
is to bo lioed ono of tho most
useful for tho country. Honolulu
may havo a system of sewerage,
also an electric street railway, out
of tho session. Sanitation has
bocomo ono of tho loading subjeots
horo sinco tho visitation of
cholora last autumn. Our volca
no has lately rosumed activity,
tho nows of which having gono
abroad, by previous mails, will
probably soon bring us many
strangers to entortain. Nearly
every Btcamor now brings ono or
moro men who como to look into
our rising coffco industry. It is
only a mattor of time when coffeo
will bo a vigorous rival of sugar
for tho commercial king-ship of
Kate Fiold approached Chief
iTustico Judd last Monday with an
earnest appeal for the manuscript
of his lecture on tho earlier con
stitutions of Hawaii, a full report
of which was published fin the
Evening Bulletin of that date.
Hor argument to tho Chief Jus
tico was that tho Honolulu papers
would only garble it, whereas she
would be ablo to handlo it without
error in tho printing. However,
tho Bulletin didn't make a mess
of it, but got tho speech, "which, by
tho way, is a most valuable docu
ment, into its columns without
error. Miss Field must not ima
gino that becauso wo aro away
off horo in tho middlo of tho
Pacific, it should follow that wo
aro totally ignorant.
In this issue will bo found a
very full Bynopsis of statistics o
tho work of tlir Quoon's Hospital
for tho year 1895. It would seem
that tho institution is fairly real
izing tho main object of its royal
founder, Queen Emma, in the
number of Hawaiians availing
themselves of its bonofits, that
to them alone aro free. Tho
entire number of natives treated
was 730, or about two for ovory
day in tho year. An interesting
feature of tho figures is tho largo
number of Japanese having re
course to tho hospital. Tho Bul
letin wishes to keep tho hospital
prominently before tho public
oyo, partly for tho purpose of pro
moting tho object of having it
made free to the poor of alKna
tionalities. Under the control of
some of our best citizens as the
Queen's'1' Hospital is, it would bo
better no doubt to make it tho
foundation of a great general hos
pital, both from economical and
sanatory points of viow, than to
establish a now institution.
Hard Units of Kngllsli Peasantry
A farm laborer died recently iu
Lyminster, near Arundel, Eng
land, whoso wages while ho could
work wore S3.G0 a week, as ho
novor roso above a working bailiff
and cowman. He was able to
work until ho was 73, when ho
had saved no loss than $1000. On
this ha managed to live for twolvo
years longer, with a littlo help
from his former omployor. Thon,
as ho outlived his savings, ho had
to bo relieved by the poor law
officials, dying a pauper at 87.
EVENING BULLETIN FGDItUAllY 7, 1800.
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 Us 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 trie 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' Bank,
NO 307 FORT STREET.
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IIioiiihh Hon limn. II. I)., I, I,. I) , ISIali.
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" 'Tho Columbian llisroricul Novols'
have a welcome placo iu my homo. They
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B. R. FOSS,
COO King street, - Honolulu, II. I.
J. P. ROORIGUES,
Fort Street, opposite Uackfeld's.
A SUIT .
A New Lot of Nice Goods Just
Tjecoived. Cleaning and Eo
Fiftcon years' oxporionco and all
NEW AND ORIGINAL DESIGNS
W. R. RILEY.
Loavo orders at Sanders' Ex
press office, King Street, near
Fort. Telephone 8G.
"THE HAWAIIAN" WILL PAY THE
sum of two hundred nnd fifty dollars to any
porson or persons connected with "The
Pacilio Commercial Advertiser" or the
Hawaiian Gazette Company, who will point
out a word or a line of "immoral or inde
cent" matter in tho December number of
Thk Hawaiian. Judgmont as to matter
to bo rendered by tho New York Herald,
tho New York Evening Post, or tho New
York Times. Criticism to bo submitted in
writing to the Editor of The Hawaiian
within sixty days from (Into.
JULTEN D. nAYNE,
102-tf Editor of Tins Hawaiian.
The Elite Ice Cream Parlors
219 Hoadqnurtors for Island Curios.
h f $0
m iMnmm w
On Friday and Saturday, Fob.
28th and 2!)th, at 12 o'clock noon
each day, at my( salesrooms on
' Qupon street, I will hold sales of
Heal Lstato, comprising lands iu
Honolulu and throughout tho Isl
ands. Parties desiring to disposo of
Eoal Estato at theso soles will pass
in their lists as early as possiblo.
Jas. F. Morgan,
let hot nnd IltilUUnps at the foot of Punch
bowl street, I house rented at (IS per month;l
lione rented nt i'J per month: 1 limine rented
at VIS per month. Theso aro low icnUls.
2nd Houic and lot nt Aula near tho SI
Louis College, rented at $12.50 per month.
!)rd IIonM: mid lot at Aala, rented at $12
4th Taro land at Knmnkcln, planted with
tnro, about 1 acre. Last jenr's crop sold for
5th SO acres of land on Judd street ad
joining tho residence of A 8 Ilnrtwcll Esq.
The whole property commands a flnoUcw.
As an Investment, can be divided into smaller
lots at a large protit.
nth. I l'lccc of Land nl Knlllil near King
street, containing 21-100 aire. Tart of It. P.
3510 L. C. A. 10403 to Nahlmi.
1 Splendid residence site.
7. Lots 4 anil fi on the Pcninsuh, l'crrl
Important Sale of Coffee Lands, Gane
Lands, Rice Lands and Houso Lots.
Ily order ot owners In feo simple of tho
following designated property, I will sell at
Tubllc Auction lit my Salcs-Hoom, on Friday,
February 2S, 1MI0, at 12 o'clock iioun of said
dny, the following properties:
1st Nine Shares in the Hill of Iloliinlon,
Itona, Hawaii, which contain about ISO
Aeres; a part of It U very good Coll'co Land
and second to nono In Komi for Coffie, being
a part of Kulcaua 7713 to Victoria Kama
main. 2nd All tho undivided one-half of Wong
Wa Foy In Apana 'J described in ltojal Patent
GS73 on L C. Award I75S to Kalacone, con
taining an area of 1 70-100 Acu-s, at VVolklM,
Oahu; tho piece being based for 10 ycors
from November' 1st, 18S'J, at $50.00 pur
3rd AU the undivided one-fourth Interest
of Wong Wa Foy hi ltojal Patent
3117 to Knmohoinoho, containing an ana of
47 100 Acre, at WntMkl, Oahu; the pleco be
ing leased to Kong Man Wal fur $20.00 per
year, for 10 years from 1S80.
4th 302 Acres In S Kona, Hawaii, and be
ing the Ahupuia of Kuuleoll, near llonau
nau, about 100 acres good Codec Laud; the
rest Is good for pasturage and house-lots; the
laud has n good sea-fisucry. There arc two
good houses on land and wells. There are
5 acres of old Cotleo In bearing. Tho crop
ofl8ir amounted to about 1.J0O pounds; there
are also about IU acres of new CuUee.
5th 83100 Aero nt Kulllil, described In
ltojal Pattnt 3COM to Kue R Campbell; and
lying on the Ewa side of Mrs Cockett's laud.
Otli Five Lots at Kapalnma on the Tram
ways line. Tho Lots are 50xU0; one lot has n
house on, and Is rented at $120 per annum; If
a $3K bouse bo built on each lot, they would
cam $120 a lot, a better Investment than any
kind of stock.
7th Five Lots In Kamnnuwal. situated
80 feet from Ucrctanla street. Tbc lots ure
about 3500 square feet each; one lot bus a
house on, there Is a road 2u ftet wide leading
from llerctanla street along thesu lots.
8th A part'of Nuuanu stream, lying mau
ka of Smith's bridge, and part dry hud ma
kal of Lai Say's Joss House; the lot Is about
120 feet by 253 feet. In case the Nuuanu
stream Is moved over as decided by the Gov
ernment, this will be a fine Investment.
0th. 054 acres In the Ahupuaa of Ilono
kun, including 80 acres which weresct(apart
for the seller; 30 acres of It Is planted with
Coffee, the crop of which lor 1805 was over
5000 pounds; the estimute for 1897 Is about
15,000 pounds; there arc two houses on the
premises, one a dwelling houso and ono lor
tho laborers; there Is also a water tank of
5000 gallons. The 80 aero lot Is walled up,
the rest are pasture and forest lauds.
10th Seven Lots at Kallhl. The lots are
50x100 and lyirjp makal of ltose street, and
on the Kho side of I) II Kahaulullo premises:
and mor particularly described In Hoyal
Patent 3548 to Jerry Coughlin; tho lot may
be sold lu whole, or In ecparato lots.
lltli A lot or200200 feet on Kallhl or Ka
mehuincha IV load, makal of the Kallhl
church; tho lot Is fenced on all sides; It Is the
best lot at Kallhl.
I2th Tho undivided four acres of Wong
Wa Foy Iu Hoyal Patent 2IS0 to Kamahlal
und Lani, of thoso premises situated at
Wallua, llllo, Hawaii; tho whole premises
being leased to the llakalau Plantation by
lease dated March 13th, 1803, and recorded
In Liber 140, pngo 487, at $2.25 per acre per
anuum; tho rent due to Wong Wa Foy's
share Is not paid yet.
Ilith The undivided one and one-half
acres of Wong Wa Foy Iu Hoyal Patent DI0
to Manuhoa In those premises situated at
Kamace. Hilo. Hawaii: tho whole lot of 22.23
acres being leased to tho Hakalau Plantation,
by lease dated March 13th, 1803, and recortl-
In Llbcr 140. page 489. nt $2.25 per aero
per year; tho rent duo on Wong Wn Foy's
share for the last year Is not paid.
For further particulars apply to Wong Wn
Foy ut tVlug Wo lal & Compauy.
Jas. F. Morgan,
Dated Honolulu, Feb. 3,1880. 2I7-td
Commissioner of Deeds
State of California,
Having been appointed and commissioned
a Commissioner of Deeds for tho State of Cal
ifornia, I am prepared
To administer and certify oaths.
To take and certify depositions and affida
vits. To take and certify the acknowledgment or
proof of powers of attorney, mortgages,
transfers, grants, deeds or other lustruments
For the State of California !
A. V. GEAK,
600 King Street.
ALMA COTTAGE, AT WAIKIKI, IS TO
Let, furnished, together with a beach lot.
C0FFE15 ESTATE AND LANDS
1 am directed to sell at Public Auction on
Wednesday, May 27, '96,
at 12 o'clock noon of sold day nt my sales
rooms on Queen street. Iu Honolulu (unlets
sooner disposed of nt private sale) tho follow
lug described property, namely:
A tract of land of nlmut 2,3(10 acres In fee
slmplo situate nt Kolo nnd Olelotnonnu 1 In
South Kona, Island of Hawaii, nbnut eight
miles by n good road from Hookcnn, ono of
thu largest villages In Kona. There Is an ex
cellent landing on the laud Itself from where
the coffee und other producu could be shipped
nnd a good site for a mill near tho landing.
Fifty acres of land ore In coffee. Koughly es
timated thero Is about seven hundred avres of
splendid coffee land lying nil on one block on
both sides of tho Government Hoad. Eight
hundred acres lying above and to tho East of
the seven hundred acres above mentioned I
nlso excellent land and although at n higher
altltudo Is no doubt also well adapted for
coffee culture. The lower land below the
coffee belt Is sultaolc for pineapples and slsaL
Thero Is a drjlng house, store nnd work
rooms, n Gordon's Pulpcr, laborers' quarters
and water tanks at tho plantation, nnd the
land Is partly walled. There hns never been
any blight on this land, although coffco was
planted a great many years ago. Old residents
of Kona like the late D. IL Nahlnu, J. W.
Kuatmoku nnd others have testllled to this
fiict. There Is a sea fishery appurtenant to
Terms cash or part of tho purchaso prlco
can remain on mortgage at eight 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 Bales rooms.
J. F. MOBGA1ST,
nnd of tho Finest.
At the saino Low Ilntos ns usual.
A Big Lino of Now Goods just received per
DItESS SUITS A SPECIALTY.
Arlington Block, : : : : Hotel street.
CONSTANTLY ON HAND.
MeWopoIifan EjEal (Jo.
J am.es .. 1-Iolt,
General Business Agent, Ac
countant AND COLLEOTOK.
Officki No. II KaaUumann Street. Tele
phono No. 030. Prompt nttontion
guaranteed. 217 tf
Piano For Sale.
A WOODWARD & BROWN PIANO,
nns nn excellent tone nud is in fino condi
tion. Will bo sold cheap for cash.
Address Xi. T.
195-tf Bulletin Ofllce.
Hawaiian Elcctrio Co.
At tho annual meeting of the nbovo Com.
pany held this day tho following officers
wero duly elected!
J. A Hopper .Vice-President
V fr? Y Drowu Treasurer
Who nlsocoustituto tho Boardof Direotors,
W. M. GIFFARD,
Honolulu, January 31, 1800. 210-lw
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m" FOR SALE DY
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. 74, King Street, or
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