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EVENING BULLETIN FEBRUARY 10, 180G.
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Br tiie President or the RewMc or .Hawaii.
Wmn.s tho Constitution requires tb it
tho first rognUr Session of tho Legislature
of the Republic of Hnwnii shall bo held on
the THIltD WEDNESDAY OF FEBIlU
Nowtiifiukhie, I, SANFOltDH.DOLE,
Picsidcnl of tho ltcpnblio of Huuuil, here
by give notlco that such Session will con
Tene at tho ExoouUvo Building In Hono
lulu, at 12 o'clock noon, ON WEDNESDAY,
TUE Writ DAY OF THE PRESENT
MONTH OF FEBRUARY.
Written ht the Ecuttvo Building in Ho
nolulu, this "th dny of February,, A. D.
SANFORD B. DOLE,
By tne Picsidnt:
J. A. Kino,
Minister of tho Interior,
51?? Evei7ir? Bulletii?,
DANIEL LOGAN, Editor.
MONDAY, - - FEB. 10, 1890.
Sonio visitors to tho volcano re
port intonso Rent in tho cracks on
tho lloor o tho caltlora, or main
crater of Kilnueu, so that hticks
can ho lighted by inserting them.
This was tho caso when tho lava
retreated from tljo lakes in 1880,
and it wa3 noticed on its return,
later, that thoro was not so much
heat away from tho focus of ncti
vity. From these- facts it might
be inferred that when tho lava
falls in tho lako it forces itsolf
into tho cavities under tho main
lloor, conveying intonso heat to
tho crevices between tho vast
bloc !.a of old lava over which tho
trail i uns. Tho volcano is in rea
lity always active, although, when
the lava lotreats from its princi
pal vents, tho Hows aro invi
sible and tho sublimo pyro
teohnieal effects lacking. Thoro is
audi variety in tho phenomena o
the whole region with its sul
phurous and other vaporous omis
sions over hundreds of acios
that a visit to it is well worth a
long journey. Nobody can toll,
oithor, tho day or tho hour when
tho molton lava may surgo up
high in the lakes and blowholes,
making such a display of lire and
force as cannot bo duplicated in
any other accessible placo on tho
world's surface. "While it may bo
true, as some visitors have so id,
that tho recent visible eruption
was somewhat exaggerated, thoro
is danger on tho other hand of de
preciating tho attractions of tho
volcano when tho flow of lava is
confined beneath tho crust. In its
most quiescent moods Kilauea is
something that to bo soon and ex
plored is never to be forgotten.
For persons seeking a mild yet
bracing and invigorating climato,
with tho adjunct of sulphur baths
of wonderful potency, nothing can
bo moro highly recommended than
a stay at tho Volcano Houso,whoro
nil tho comforts of a firstclass
hotel aio provided.
It is claimed by ofiicors of H.B.
M. S. Penguin, latoly arrived at
Wellington, N. Z., that thoy have
tho record for doop sea sound
ings. Betwoon Tonga and Now
Zealand in Decembor last sound-
iugs wero obtained of 1910, 5022,
5117 and 5153 fathoms. At the
first stated dopth tho wiro parted
and was lost. lied clay was
brought up from tho greatest
depth. Some idea of these vast
ocean depths may bo gained from
n comparison thereof with tho
hoighl of tho greatest mountains
on llawaii. Tho least of tho
depths is moro than twico tho
height of either Mauna Kea or
Mauna Loa, which is short of
How hard it is to mako n con
tradiction catch up with a falso
report has just had a fresh in
stance Many months ago a false
report was cabled from Europe to
tho effect that sites for both sum
mer and winter residences for ex
Queou Liliuokalani had been
bought in Austrin, and that after
making a long stay in London
next autumn sho would go to
Austria. This roport was emphat
ically contradicted in tho
Honolulu press whenever it
reached hero, and tho contradic
tion was convoyed to tho Amer
ican press. Yet a lato Coast papor
contains an article credited to tho
Philadelphia Lodger, in which
tho yarn in question is not
only ropeated but improved on
with the statement that tho ex
Queen is now wandering around
Boot sugar is now being talked
up in Australia, and even the
bounty system is suggested for its
AN LVCM.KI WI'III '1KXKYSON.
I.nrso Auillciii'i l'M-M'iit ui Salnrilnj'n
Thoro wore fow vacant chairs at
Y. M. C. A. hall on Saturday even
ing, which was a sourco of much
gratification to tho mauagomout,
and was undoubtedly caused by
adding orchestral and vocal music
to tho program. In spito of tho
announcement that tho entertain
ment would commence at a quar
ter to 8, it was af tor 8 o'clock bo
foro tho orchestra began to play
and a numbor of people camo in
oven twenty minutes later.
Professor Hosmer gave a short
sketch of tho lifo and works of
Tennyson, which was listened to
with marked attention.
Tho reading of tho "Lady of
Shalot" by Miss M. L. Millard,
a teacher in tho Puuahou Prepar
atory school, was grootod with ap
plause by those who wero fortunate
enough to bo in front of tho hall
ond hear it. Tho young lady's
voice was almost inaudible in tho
roar half of tho room.
Tho selection "Tennyson," by
Alfred Austin, tho present poet
laureate and from "In Momoriam"
woro nicely read by Miss M.E. Bice
and Miss Ada It. Whitney, tho
latter being one of tho graduates
of Oahu College last year.
Tho hit of tho evening was made
by W. R. Castle, Jr., in his rendi
tion of "Lady Clara Voro do Yoro."
Tho young gontloraan is blessed
with a good voice, plenty of con
fidence and shows evidence of
much elocutionary ability. Ho
seemed to grasp tno authors idea
in his reading of tho poem and at
its conclusion hearty applause tes
tified tho appreciation of tho aud
ience. Mifes Axtell's difficult solo,
"Break, Break, Break," was ren
dered in her usual finished stylo,
and a persistent encore was de
clined. Tho quartetto by Misses
Axtoll and Kelso and Messrs. Ing
alls ond Wood was also finoly
rendered ond greeted with well
Tho selections by the Nuuanu
Sextette added much to tho plea
sure of tho evening.
HAVE YOU TRIED IT?
JUST THE THING FOR BREAKFAST
Cooked Rolled Oats.
The originnl brund.
Different from mid better than any other brand.
T" For sale by all Lending Grocers.
PRANK B. PETERSON & CO.
S P. 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 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
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 t 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.
Opposito Spreckels' Bank,
NO. 307 FORT STREET.
TWO GREAT WOTtKS
rt i vi
THE rOllMKR ACCEI-TED A8 TUB
O; the leading Colleges and most noted States
men and WrltciB
Of the World.
The latter as tho
History of America
Cff READ A FEW OPINIONS: -W&
Prof. Slinlpr of lliirviti-il snjs:
"It will remain an enduring monument
to tho labor ot its editors."
I'rnf. Srjco of Oxford Huh .Tslt.v bhjth I
"It will deservo all of the ciieou.iii putted
upon it "
l'rof. Wheeler of Ynle says;
"Clear, concise, uceurnte, comprehen
sive." The Historical Novels.
By Profeasor John Vt. MuhIoIc
Win. McK'nlry, floirrnur of Ohio, snys:
''Onoof tho most beautiful productions
of the American pm.4 1 have ever Beon."
TliotniiN Hon mini. !.!., I.I..O., IlNIi
op t I he ill. n.. Church, PlNionrl. kiijn:
"I hnb read 'Tho Columbian Historical
Norls' with gient pleasure Anyono, I
think, ciu read theso books with pleasuro
II. I.. Hliittiiiin. 1.I.. I.I-.II.. I'resl
ili'iit of 'ltj 1'nlverxltv. ITIiiIiip. mi):
" 'Tho Columbian H inimical Novels'
lmvo n welcomo pluco lu my homo. They
liKo tpiickcncd interest iu tho stud of our
national lifo. I know of no moro aluablo
helps to be placed iu tho homo."
B. R. POSS,
GOO King sheet,
. P. BOOREOUES,
Fort Street, opposite Hackfeld's.
A Now Lot of Nico Goods Just
Received. Cleaning and Re
Fifteen years' oxporionco and all
NEW AND ORIGINAL DESIGNS
Leave orders at Sandors' Ex
press oflicp, King Streot, near
Fort. Tolophono 80.
The Elite Ice Cream Parlors
210 Iloadquurtcrs for Island Curios.
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Transact n General Banking
and Exchange Business.
Commercial and Traveler's
Letters of Credit issued, avail
able in all the principal cities
of tho world.
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On Friday and Saturday, Fob.
28th and 29th, at 12 o'clock noon
each day, at my salesrooms on
Queen streot, I will hold sales of
Roal Estato, comprising lands in
Honolulu and throughout tho Isl
ands. Parties desiring to disposo of
Roal Estato at thoso Bales will pasB
in their lists as early as possible.
Jas. F. Morgan,
lat Lot and Ilulldlnpa at tlio foot ofl'mich
bowl street, I house, rented at f 15 per monthjl
hoti'c rented at $ Vi per month; 1 house, rented
at $18 per mouth. Tlicso aro low lentnls.
Snd House and lot at Aala near tho St
Louis College, rented at $12.50 per month.
!Ird House and lot at Aala, rented at $12
4th Taro land at Kamnkela, planted with
taro, about 1 acre. Last year's crop sold for
5th 89 acres of land on J mid street ad
joining the resilience, of A S llnrtwcll ri.
I ho whole property commands a llncOow.
As an Investment, can be divided Into smaller
lots at a largo prollt.
0th. I VIlcc of Land at Kallhl near Kin;;
ttrcct, containing S-M00 arre. Purl of It. 1.
it0 L. C. A. 1U1"3 to Nahluu.
I Splendid rcsldinco site.
7. Lots 4 and 5 on tho Peninsula, Pearl
5 8. 45-100 acres Taro Laud at Puunul,
nboe Judd street.
Important Sale of Coffco Lands, Cane
Lands, Rice Lands and Houso Lots.
By order ot owners lu lee simple of the
following designated property, I will sell at
Public A iu Hon at my 8ales-Iioom, on Friday,
I'cbruary 88, 1S00, n't Vi o'clock iioou ol said
day, tho following properties:
1st Nine Shares In the llul orilolunlo.
Komi, Hawaii, which contain about ISO
Acics; a p.irt of It Is very good Collie Land
and sicoud to none In Kon.i lorCoike, beln
a part ot Kuleana 77M to Victoria Kama
niulu. Und All the undivided one-half of Wong
Wa Foy In Ap.iua . described In Itujal Patent
C873 on L U. Award I7S to Kalaeonc, con
taining auarea of 1 70-100 Acres, at WhiMU,
OjIiu; the piece being leased for Id jears
from Noembcr 1st, 1SVJ, nt $50.01) pur
3rd All tho undivided one-fourth Interest
of Wong Wo Poy in ltojat Patent
HI 17 to Kanuilioinoho, containing an ana of
47 100 Acre, at WalMkl, Oaliu; the. tilcce be
ing leased to Kong Man Wal for S'-O.OJ per
year, for 10 jears from 188U.
4tli 'i(U Acres In S Kona, Hawaii, and be.
Ing the Aliupuaa of Kiiuleoll, near Honnu
nan, about 100 acres good Cnllee Laud; the
lest Is good for pasturage And house-lots; the
land lias n good sea-IMieij. There are two
good houses on land and wells. 'Ihcrcaro
5 acres of old CofTee In bearing. The crop
of 1810 amounted to about ISiOO pounds; tliero
are also about IU acres of new CoIIlc.
5th S3 100 Aero at Kallhl, described In
Hojnl Patent 1C0.1 to lviie E Campbell; and
llng on the r,va side of Mrs Cockctt's land.
0th Five Lots at Kapalama on the Tram
w nj s lino. Tho Lots are 50x!K); one lot has a
bouse on, and Is rented at $180 per annum; If
a $3) 0 house bo built on each lot, they w uuld
utm SIS0 a lot, a better Investment than any
kind of stock.
7th Fho Lots In Kamanuwat, situated
80 feet from llcretanla street. Ihclotsuro
about 3VJ0 square feet each; one lot has a
house on, there Is n road So feet wide leading
lrom Ikietanla street along the.u lots.
8th Apart of Nuuanu stream, l)lngmau
ka of Smith's bridge, and part dry land ma
kal of Lai Say's Joss House; tho lot Is about
180 feet by 858 feet. Iu caso the Nuuanu
stream Is muted ocr as decided by the Gov
ernment, this will bu a ilr.e lnestraeut.
0th. 054 acres la tho Ahupuaa of Hono
lulu, Including 80 acres which wero set a part
for tho seller; 30 aercs of It Is planted with
Coffee, the crop of which for lb'J5 was over
5000 pounds: the estimate for 1807 Is about
15,000 pounds; tliero aro two houses on tho
premises, one a dwelling house and ono tor
tbo laborer; there Is also a water tank of
5000 gallons. The 80 acre lot Is walled up,
the rest aro pasture and forest lauds.
10th Seen Lots at Kallhl. Tho lots are
50x10(1 and lying makul of Hose street, and
on the Ewa sldoof I) II Kahanlello premises;
and moro particularly described In Royal
Patent 35IS to Jerry Coughliu; the lot may
be sold In wholu or In tcparato lots.
11th A lot of 800x200 feet on Kallhl or Kn
mehumeha IV road, makal of 'tbo Kallhl
church; the lot Is fenced on all sides; It Is the
best lot at Kallhl.
I3th The undivided four acres of Wong
Wa Foyln Kojal Patent 3M0 to Kamaldal
und Laid, of those premises tdtuatud at
Wallua, llllo, Hawaii; tho whole premises
being leased to tho Hakalau Plantation by
lease dated March 13th, lfc'J.1, and recorded
In Liber 140, pago 4S7, at $2.25 peracie per
annum; the rent due to Wong Wa Foy's
sliuio Is not paid jet.
13th The undhlded ono and one-half
acres of Wong Wa Foy In ltoyal Patent 'JIO
to Manuhoa in those premises situated at
Kamaee. Illlo, Hawaii; tho whole lot of 88.8.1
acres being leased to the Hakalau Plantation,
by leuse dated March 1 :1th, lh'J.l, and record
ed In Llbir 140, page lb.), at $-!.35 per aero
per year; tho rent due on Wong Wa Foy's
shaie for the last year Is not paid.
For further particulars apply to Wong Wa
Foy at iVIng Wo Tul & Company.
Jas. P. Morgan,
Dated Honolulu, Fob, 3.18P0. 317-td
Commissioner of Deeds
State of California.
Hating 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 afllda
vlts. To take and certify tbo acknowledgment or
proof of powers of attorney, mortgages,
transfers, grants, deeds or other Instruments
For the State of California !
A. V. GEAR,
Telephone 350. 609 King Street.
ALMA COTTAGE, AT WAIKIKI, IS TO
Let, furnished, together with a beach lot.
COFFEK ESTATE AND LANDs
1 am directed to sell at Public Auction on
Wednesday, May 27, '96,
at 13 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 of land of about 3,300 acres In fee
simple situate at Kolo and Olclomoanal In
South Kona, Island of Hawaii, about eight
miles by a good road from Hookcna, one of
tbo largest villages In Kona. There Is an ex
cellent landing on the land Itself from where
the coffee and other produce could bo shipped
and a good site for a mill near the landing.
Fifty acres of land arc In coffee. Roughly es
timated there Is about seven hundred acres of
splendid coffco land lying all on ono block on
both sides of tho Government lload. Eight
hundred acres 1 Ing oboto and to tho East of
the seven hundred acres abovo mentioned Is
also excellent land and although at a higher
altitude is no doubt also well adapted for
coffco culture. Tho lower land below tbo
coffee belt Is suitable for pineapples and sisal.
1 hero Is n drying house, stole and work
rooms, n Gordon's Pulpcr, laborers' quarters
and water tanks at tho plantation, and tho
laud Is partly walled. There has never been
any blight on this land, although eotleo was
planted a great many J cars ago. Old residents
ot Kona like tho lato D. 11. Nahlnu, J. W.
Kualmoku and others have testified to this
fact. There Is a sea fishery appurtenant to
Terms cash or part of tho purchaso prlco
ran remain on mortgage at elulit 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 sales rooms.
J. P. MOBGAN,
mid of the Finest.
At tho saruo Low Hates ns usual.
A Big Liuo of Now Goods just recoivod per
DUL'SS SUITS A SPECIAL-TV.
SIE2i-:X5SO & BB&RCKR,
Arlington lllock, : ; : : Hotel btrcct.
Refrigerated Poultry . ;, -fl
CONSTANTLY ON HAND.
Mefaiopoliian 9b& Co.
Piano Por Sale.
A WOODWAItD & DIIOWN PIANO.
Has an excellent tone and is in lino condi
tion. Will bo sold cheap for cash.
Address L. T.
103-tf BULLKTIN Ofilco.
Wiley's - Improved
DOUBLE BOARDS, ADJUSTABLE FOR ....
Pants & Skirts
tsr fok sale by
Hopp & Go.
74, Kiug Streot, or
J. W. WILEY at P. H.
Bertelnmnn's shop, oppo
sito New ."Republic Build
AT THE C,OT-MArEr
LIVENING BULLETIN OFFICE.
TEl. 15 fa. 603 NNtj ST.
PAIR GOLD EYE GLASSES AND
Chnlu on Nuuanu avenue, between Chap
lain Lano and PoBtofflce. Howard. Apply
at Butlctin offlco, 009 Kiug nt.
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