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EVENING BULLETIN FEBBUAKY 8, 1890.
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By llu President or tlie Reimlrilc of Hawaii.
WiibtiFAH the Constitution requites that
tho lir.t regular Session of the Legislature
of theltepublic of Hnwnil shall bo belli on
tho THIltD WEDNESDAY OK 1'EURU
Now THKULFone, I, SASrOHDB.DOLE,
President of tho ltepublio of Hnwnil, liero
by give notico that such Session will rou
reno nt tho Executive lluililing in Hono
lulu, nt 12o'clockuoon, ON WEDNESDAY,
THE IOtii DAY OV THE PKESENT
Written ht tlio Executlvo Building in Ho
liolulu, this 7th dny of February, A. D.
SANl'OltD 11. DOLE,
lh tlio President!
J. A. Kl.vo,
Minister of tho Interior,
51 Eueoii7$ Bulletin,
DANIEL LOGAN, Editor.
SATURDAY, --FEB. 8, 18.
SOME BAD ROADS.
Whilo tho Government is doing
bomo excellent work on somo ol
the streets, it comes ngnhiBt our
. grain to crilicibu. Yet it must be
snid that tlio improvements needed
on Nuuanu street avo a long time
in coining. Tho sidewalk law of
l&Uti one of tho best passed that
sossion does not seem to hnvo
beon enforced on thnt as on other
thoroughfares. As was roinarked
by an old resident to a compara
tively new arrival, while tho two
wore walking on that street the
other day, old Honolulu survives
thore as in no other part of tho
city. Tlio tuuiblo-down charac
tor of tho buildings and tho
rotton and unevenly graded side
walks from Hotel to School street
are a disgraco to tho capital.Theso
conditions are tho more deplor
able from tho "fact that Nuuanu
street is ono of, tho main arteries
of travel on this island, being tho
only carriage routo indeed from
the city direct to tho Koolau side.
Another subject for comment in
this regard is tho condition
of tho so-called, "tourist"
road to the summit of Mount
Tantalus. Tho thicket has
in places been so allowed to en
croach on tho road that a horse
can got through only by sovoro
scratching. Probably tho Gov
ernment has theso important roads
in its eye, but it would greatly oil'
banco its popularity by oxpedit
ing the required improvements.
Yesterday's Star made a bluif
in boafating of having moro spaco
covered with news and advertising
than any other paper. Our surveyor-general
reached for his im
plements, on reading tho boast
and taking that day'spssues of tha
two papers found tho following
results: Tho Star contains 130
inches of news nnd 517 inches of
advertising, a total of 677 inches,,
"boiler plate," or its imported
ready-sot anoient history, not be
ing considered as "news." Tho
Bulletin contains 18G inches of
news and (551 inches of itdvortis
ing. This gives an excess of ono
third in tho Bulletin over tho
Star, of home-composed matter, or
five and a half columns. Tho
d jo vl
. . .- i-9 i ft
sfirvn f viJLiL3L";ft xw jcMs(vAfTrftfl 8
I oMtet selected P H - I
K Si't'iiT'-mcMrn 7 AND THE CANS ARE J
fi W VE&?8S&L I FAT-'V PACKED IH VWYUUMAHO .v
WZ)X mOTsFdY VlrvVJIrMOto,. contain mode
8- iniyvJaeTrial will pro?e their nenF, tfimvivyyi j
bettor invest in a
give ins mingling
poncil a rest. In addition to tho
foregoing exhibit, it Bliould bo
stated that advertisements in tho
Star aro inilated beyond contract
spaco so as to fill tho blanket
sheet up and savo typo-sotting.
E. G. Macfarlano's advices from
tho volcano aro that tho lake of
lava has fallen considerably, but
that tho lire is still in plain view.
Persons whoso previous acquaint
ance with tho volcano ontitlo thorn
to bo regarded as exports say that
the indications aro that thoro will
bo a great eruption beforo long.
Somo roturniug tourists havo, in
conversation with othors, stated
that whilo the accounts of activity
in tho crater had boon somewhat
exaggerated, it was avoII worth tho
trip from abroad to seo tho varied
wondors of tho volcanic rogion.
Without any agitation having
beon heard thereto, tho Govern
ment has dono another act of grace
toward tho ex-Queon. Tho parti
culars aro in our news columns.
It is an act that will redound to
tho Executive's good namo in for
eign parts, and ought to go far to
ward tho much dosired concilia
tion of tho native Hawaiians.
Accident Ai cried.
A .Tnpanoso coachman narrowly
escaped being hurt this, morning
about tho time the stc-amer loft.
His horso backed up on tho side
walk, breaking tho breeching
strap. Tho .Jap made matters
worso by pulling on tho linos.
Tho horso pulled him oif tho seat,
landing him botweon tho wheels,
and started to run, but was stopped
by a Bulletin reporter who hap
pened to bo passing. Tho Jap
was scared nearly to death and
know as much about handling a
horso as a cow does.
Dinner at tlio IiPtfiiflon.
At tho dinner given last ovoning
at tho American Legation in honor
of Mr. nnd Mrs. S. M. Ballou, tho
following wero present: Miss
Kato Field, Mr. and Mrs. Focko,
Mr. nnd Mrs. Mills, Miss Kato
McGrew, Miss Kato Cormvell,
Colonol McLean, Messrs. W. C.
Parke, Addison and Mackintosh.
Temperance In Siberia.
Prom Russia comes tho in
formation that tho queerest tem
perance society exists in Siberia.
During 3G1 days of tho year tho
members nro Btrictly "temperate."
On tho morning of September
1st of overy year thoy go
to church, and beforo tho
priest swear that "from tomorrow,"
for twolvo months, thoy will ab
stain from drinking wine and all
spirituous liquors. On leaving
tho church thoy go iu a body to
tho tavern. In tho ovoning thoy
aro all ingloriously drunk, and on
tho morrow tho roign of tempor
A Ton Ilunt'H.
Don't say that your dining room
is completely furnished unless
you havo a sido board.
Don't toll your noighbor that
your library is completo without
a secretary Look-case.
Don't buy nn expensive sot of
dinner dishes unless you can afford
a chiun closet.
Don't buy your husband a shav
ing Bet without a shaving stand
with tho proper number of draw
ers, glass, etc., etc.
Don't buy nny of tho above
montioned articles till you have
visited tho salesroom of Ordway
& Porter who aro always up to
dato in dosigns, finish and style.
Star man had
tapo lino and
SUPERIORITY OF THE
The Scientific American,
which everyone acknowledges
as .the leading scientific paper
in ' trie United States, devotes
nearly a page of its issue of
January 4th to the considera
tion of bicycles. It selected
the Tiibune 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
nis wheel abroad, so superior
is tne American maKe. i ne
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 tlie 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
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 Inbune 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.
I'WO GREAT WOKKS
Tin: roiiMr.li AccnrTEti as tiic
lly IhalcAtlltiK CoIIcrcs nml most noted States
men nnd Writers
Of the World.
Tho lnttor as tho
Ilistory of America
READ A FEW OPINIONS: -Ol
l'rnf. Hlinlnr of llnrvnnl unyKl
"It will l'cmiiin an enduring monument
to tlio labor of H editors."
I'riif. Hnrfliif Oxford Unlrrilty uyn I
"It will deseivo nil of the eneoiniit lmeMjd
l'rof. WliediTor lulennyn;
"Clear, coucIho, acomatv, comprehen
sive." The Historical Novels.
Zly Professor Jolin R. Munlok.
Win. MrlClnlry, (lorrmr of Ohio, nj!
"One of the moat beautiful productions
of tho American pr'M I havo ever neon."
'Ilmllliix IIiiimiiiiii. Il.lt., I.I..I) . IIIli
op nl I lie III. I'. 4'linrcli, ITIikNoiirl. M
"I'lmvu rend 'Tho Columbian Historical
NoveN' with nr'' pleasure Anyone, I
think, can rend theso books with ploAHiiro
and profit. "
It. r,. '.Mnliiiiiii. ).!., 1. 1.. I).. I'rcNi.
dent l Colli Unlvorkltv. RIiiIiip. MujHt
" 'The Columbian Historical Koels'
havo n wclcomo plnco iu my homo. They
hino iiuickenod interest in tho study of our
national life. I know of no moro valuable
helps to be placed iu tho home."
B. R. POSS,
Soliciting Agent .
COO King Btreet,
Honolulu, II. I.
Fort Street, opposite UnckfcldV
of Nico Goods Just
Gleaning and Ro-
A Now Lot
Fifteen years' oxporionco and all
NEW AND ORIGINAL DESIGNS
W. R. RILEY.
Leave orders at Sanders' Ex
press oflico, King Street, near
"THE HAWAIIAN" WILL PAV THE
BU in of two bundled and fifty dollars to nny
iiorrfon or persons connected with "Tho
,'acilio Comimrcial Advertiser" or tho
lnwniit. Qazetto Company, who will point
out a word or a lino of "immoral or inde
cent" ninttor in tho Dooembor number of
Tub Hawaiian. Judgment as to matter
to bo rondorcd by tho New York Herald,
tho Now York Evening Post, or tho Now
York Times. Criticism to be submitted in
writing to the Editor of The Hawaiian
within sixty days from dato.
JDLIEN D. HAYNE,
102-tf Editor of Tub Hawaiian.
The Elite Ice Cream Parlors
219 HoadrjtiurterB for Island Curios.
1 1 1
Well This Column!
On 1'riday and Saturday, Fob. f
28th and 2!)th, at l'J o'clock noon
each day, at my salesrooms on
Qtteon street, I will hold sales of
Ileal Estate, comprising lauds in
Honolulu and throughout tho Isl
ands. Parties desiring to dispose of
Real Estalo at theso sales will pass
in their lists as early as possible
Jas. F. Morgan,
ltl Lot nndlluIUllncsnt the foot of Punch
bowl trect,I houw rented nt gift per motilli;l
houc rented at $12 per month; 1 houo rented
nt ?18 per month. Theso nre low icntals.
'.'ml Ilouite nnd lot nt Anla near tha St
Louis College, rented at 612.50 per month.
!)rd House nnd )oi at Anla, rented at ?12
lth Tnro land at Knmnkcln, plnnted with
tnro, about 1 acre. Last ) ear's crop sold for
Stli 23 ncrcs of kind on Jmld fctrcct ad
joining the rerUlence of AS llnrtwell l'si).
'Hie whole property commands n lino lew.
As nn lnv-stment, can be divided Into smaller
nth. I l'leco of Lnmlnt Kullhl near Klnp
street, eontnlulmr '24-IUO nere, l'nrt of It. 1.
:W4(i 1.. C. A. lOim to- Nnhiuu.
1 Splendid resldenco site.
7. Lots 4 nnd 5 on tho l'eniiiHrtl.i, l'earl
8. 45-100 norcB Tnro Laud at I'uunui,
above Judd strcot.
Important Sale of CofTco Lands, Cane
Lands, Rice Lands and House Lots.
Hy ortitr ot owners In Ico slmile of the
lollowlnp; designated iiroperty, I wilt sell nt
l'liblie Aiietlon ntm.vSale-ltom, on Friday.
I'elirnary US, 1S1M), nt VI o'clock noon of snid
day, the following properties
1st Nine Shares In the IIul of llolnaloa,
Kon.i, Hnwnil, which contain about ISO
Acres; n part of It Is very jcood Cotlec Land
mill second to none In Konu lor Colfte, lielue;
a part ol Kulenun T71H to Victoria Kama
inulu. Slid All the undivided one-half of Wnm
Wn Foy In Apini - dcserlbeil In ltonl rntcut
CS73 on L C. Award 17'iS to liataeone, con
tnlnlne; nn nrea of 1 70-100 Acres, nt Walklkl,
Onliu; the piece helm; lensed.-or 10 jears
from November 1st, 1SS0, at W0.00 per
!lrd AU the undivided one-fourth Interest
of Wong Wn Foy In ltoynl l'ntent
.1117 to Knmohomoho, coutninin au aria of
47 10U Acre, nt Wnlklkl, Onlm; the piece be
ing leased to Kong Man Wnl for?'J0.0Upcr
year, for 10 yenrs from lbSO.
lth :0'J ercs In S Kona, Hnwnil, nnd be
lngthi" .Miupuaii of Knnleoll, near llonnn
iuui, ntiout 100 ncrcs good Cotlee I.nnd thu
rest Is good for pasturiujo nod house-lots; the
laud has a gund sea-llsliciy. There arc two
Kood hoiiAes on laud nml wells. There arc
ft neres of old Cnlfve In benrhur Tho crop
of ism amounted to nbont MIX) pounds; there
nro also nbout IOneies of new Collee.
Stli 8S100 Aero nt Kullhl, described In
ltojnl rntent :liO:t to Kue F. CampbelHand
lylm; on the Ewastdeof Mrs Cockett's land.
Cth Five Lots at Kapnlamaon tho Tram
wa)s Hue. Tlio Lots nro ftOxUO; one lot has a
houso on, and is rented at $'in per minimi; If
a t;i"0 house bo hullt on each lot, thev would
earn $120 a lot, n better Investment than any
KII1U 01 SIOCK.
7th Five Lots In Knmunuwnl, situated
80 feet from Dcictnnla street. The lots are
about UftOO Bipiaro feet each; onu lot lias a
house on, there Is a rood Uo feet wide lending
from Ileietnnla street along thesu lots.
8th' A part of Xtiuauu stream. Ijlngmau
ka of Smith's bridge, and part dry land ma
kal of Lai Say's Joss House; the lot Is nbout
120 feet bv .53 feet. In case the N'imauu
stream is mntcd oer as decided by the Gov
ernment, this will bon line ImcMraent.
nth. 054 ncrcs In tho Ahupuaa of llono
kua, Including 80 acres wlileli were set a part
for tho seller; SO acres of It Is planted with
Coffee, tho crop of which lor 1S05 was over
S0O0 pounds; tlio estimate for 1807 Is about
15,000 pounds; tlicro nro two houses on tho
premises, one a dwelling house and one lor
the laborers; there Is also n water tank of
1000 gallons. Tho 80 aero lot Is walled up,
tho rcbt are pasture nnd forest lauds.
10th Seven Lots nt Knllhl. Tho lots are
SOxIOJ and lylcr nuilcal ol Hose street, and
on tho Ewn sldaof I) 11 Knhnnlello premises:
and moro paiticulnrly described In ltoynl
l'ntent 3518 to Jerry Cougldm; tho lot may
be sold In whole or lu separate lots.
Hth A lot orSOOxSOO feel on Knllhl or Kn
mehumeba IV road, inakul of tho Knllhl
church; the lor Is fenced on all sides; it Is tho
best lot nt Kallht.
I2th Tho undivided four ncrcs of Wong
Wa Foy In Koyal Patent SI30 to Knmnhlal
nod Laid, or those premises situated at
Wnltun, Hllo, Hawaii; tho whole premises
being leased to tho llnknlnu Plantation by
loaso dated March 13th, lbUI), and recorded
In Liber 140, page 487, at ?".'.25 per acre per
annum; tho rent due to Wong Wa Foj's
share Is not paid yet.
I!5th Tho undUlded ono nnd one-half
acres of Wong Wn Foy lu lteyul Patent O'lO
to Mttuuhon lu those premises situated at
Knmaec, Hllo, Hawaii; tho w hole lit of -J.U.l
acres being leased to the llakalau Plantation,
bv lease dated March liith, lbOJ, and record
ed In Liber 140, page 180, nt f-J.3.") per aero
per year; tho rent due on Wong Wn Foy'
share for the last year Is not paid.
For further particulars apply to Wong Wa
Voy ut iVlng Wo Tal fc Company.
Jas. F. Morgan,
Dated Honolulu, Feb. 3,16'. 0.
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 nnd certify depositions nnd nflldn
vlts. To take and ceitlfy the acknowledgment or
proof of powers of attorney, mortgages,
transfers, grants, deeds or other Instruments
For the Slate of California I
A. V. GEAR,
Telephone 850. OO'J King Street.
ALMA COTTAGE, AT WAIKIKI, 18 TO
Let, furnished, together with a beach lot.
COFFErJ ESTATE AND LANDS
I am directed to sell atPnhltc Auction on
Wednesday, May 37, '96,
nt Vi o'clock noon of snld dny at my sales
rooms on Queen street, In Honolulu (unless
sooner disposed of nt private sale) tho follow
ing described property, namely:
A tract of land of about !J,300 ncro In fee
simple sltu.it o nt Rolo nnd Olclumonnn 1 In
South Kouv, Island of Hnwnil, nbont eight
miles by a good road from Hookcna, one of
tho largest villages In Kona. There Is nn ex
cellent IniHlhig on tho land itself from where
the coffee nml other produce could bofhlnpcd
and n good sito forn mill near the landing.
Fifty acres of land nro In colfeo. lioughly es
timated thero 1 nbout seven hundred ncres of
splendid codec laud 1 Ing nil on ono block on
both sides of tho Government Koad. Eight
hnodrcd acres lying nbove nnd to tho East of
the seven hundred acics above mentioned is
also excellent land nnd although at a higher
altitude Is no doubt nlso well adapted for
coffee culture. The lower lnnd below the
eofTce belt is sultaoieforplncapplcs and sisal.
There Is a drjlng house, store nnd work
rooms, a Gordon's Pulpcr, l.iborcrs' quarters
and water tanks at the jdantatlou, and the
land Is partly walled. There hns never been
any blight on this land, although eoifeo was
planted n grent tnnnvenrsat'o. Old residents
of Kona like the lato I). 11 Nalilnu, J. W.
Kunlmoku nnd oUipm have testllled to this
fact. Tlicro is a sea fishery nppurtcmmt to
Terms cash or part of the pnrchnso prlco
enn rcmcln on mortgnirc at eluht per cent per
nnnum. Deeds nnd stamps nt the cvpense of
A map of tho property an bo seen nnd fur
ther pnrtiVjiUrs obtulned at my sales rooms.
J. P. MORGAN,
nnd of the Finest.
At the Samo Low Hates ns usual.
A Big Liuo of Now Goods just leceived per
DIIK8S SUITS A SPECIALTY.
Arlington Illock, : : : : Hotel street.
CONSTANTLY ON HAND.
Metoopolitan IJetii Go.
Piano For Sale.
A WOODWAHD & BltOWN PIANO,
nag nn excellent tone and is iu fino condi
tion. Wil bo bold cheap for cash.
Address L. T.
105-tf Bulletin Ofllee.
s - Improved
DOUBLE BOARDS, ADJUSTABLE FOR ....
g- rou sai.eIJy
Hopp & Go.
7-1, King Street, or
J. W. WILEY at F. PI.
Bcrtehnanu's shop, oppo
site New Republic Build
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