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EVENING BULLETIN FEBRUARY 11, 189G.
51 Evei)ii)$ Bulletin
DANIEL LOGAN, Editor.
TUESDAY, - FEB. 11, 1890.
An nrticlo that lately appeared
in our columns illustrated tho bon
ofits o arbitration by tho caso of
the dispute botwoen tho Now Zea
land Govornmout and tho Midland
Railway Company. This groat
controversy wnB Bottled in short
ordor by Edward Blako, an ablo
chancery lawyer of Great Britain,
who was selected as arbitrator by
tho parties. Had it gone to tho
law courts, tho caso would probab
ly have takou years to Bottle, bo
sides involving enormous oxponBo.
In 0110 or more provinces of. Can
ada tho courts aro allowed, with
consent of tho parties, to refer
civil disputes to arbitration,
mid the practico used to
work well. Juries aro fre
quently waived in tho nisi
prius courts of Hawaii, but tho
time may come, with increasing
litigation, when jury-waived cases
may inordinately crowd tho busi
ness at chambers in recess. A
remedy for such an ovontuality,
if not called for by present condi
tions, might be found in a provi
sion to dispose of somo cases by
arbitration. It may bo mentioned
that the Bulletin has received
approbation, from a quarter com
manding respect, for its rccont
t designation of tho difliculties aris
ing from tho growth of litigation.
ExtoiiBivo irrigation works aro
being prosecuted by tho Now
South "Wales government in tho
western part of tho colony. Five
dollars a foot is paid for each
:J000 ft. of sinking. There aro
now JJO flowing and 12 pumping
wells in operation, and altogether
85 either completed or in various
stages of advancement. Tho total
cost of the 12 bores completed is
morn than half, a million dollars.
This is a lino of national enter
prise that tho Bulletin somo
timo ago suggested as desirable
for tho utilization of now waste
lands in tho Hawaiian Islands.
In a telegram from British
residents at Johannesburg, which
was to appear in tho London
Times on January 29, tho situa
tion is described as very danger
ous. Tho Boor forces, tho dis
patch says, woro arrogantly dic
tatorial with their own executive
and deadly opposed to granting
reforms for tho benefit of the Uit
laudcrs. Tho forces woro still
concentrated around tho town and
tho executive was choosing a site
for a fort. A catastropho could
only bo averted by tho adoption of
Segregation of lopors in Queens
land is carried to tho oxtont of
having soparato stations for tho
sexes, according to a late item
saying that tho Govorninont has
selected a sito on Peel Island,
Moreton Bay, for a female lopor
Contractors aro bidding for tho
franchise of tho garbago crema
tory in San Francisco. The high
est bid is $2510 for tho priviloge,
2 per cent of the gross receipts for
tho first fifteen years and 5 por
cent for tho remainder of tho fifty
p3Eu&T6. 1 . DeLiaoual A daiitv I X
J' ' ' CiSUM SPECIALLV FOP DRAHDS JB
jjL iii0WOr!eTr7al will prWe their m,erir lliHinflW"IPJC 1
ij.vrr hi: w.s
(Continued from 1st page.)
with tho Sassoun outrages and do
not mention lator roports. Tho
Consuls confirm tho newspaper
storieB so far as tho nature of tho
outrages goos, tolling of brutal
tortures, burning alive, tho tossing
of children on bayonets, otc, by
Kurds rtnd soldiers.
Tho report of tho consular
delegates on tho commission to
Sir Phillip Currio, tho British
Embassador to Turkey, states that
tho fact that Kurds accompanied
tho troops and that no Btops were
taken to compol thorn to with
draw may bo regardod as proved.
It must also bo regardod as hav
ing boon established that tho
Kurds and soldiers woro tho join
authors of tho burning of ontiro
Moreovor, it was not proved
that tho Armonians woro in re
volt. Tho victims at Gholiguzan
are estimatod to have boon about
forty. Tho report does not sup
port tho uowspnpor stories, which
8tatod that tho victims numbered
thousands, but it protests against
tho difficulty thrown in the way
of tho inquiry and the duplicity of
tho Turkish Commissioners and
In tho United States Sonato on
January. 23, Turpio, Democrat, of
Indiana, 111 presenting aJtnomoriaL
on tho subject of tho Armenian
horrors, indulged in a fierce in
vectivo against tho Sultan and
Mohammodanism. Ho said that
tho only chargo against thorn
their only crime was boing
Tho time had come, ho said,
when an official notification
should be given to Turkey and to
tho Mohammedan church that
thoy must ceaso to proselytize by
tho sword. Tho sway of tho
Turk, ho said, was only endured
and supported on account of those
international jealousies that
clustered around tho trans-Atlantic
segment of tho Mediter
ranean called tho balance of pow
er in Europe
Tho Turks ought to bo notified
that thoy must craso from their
book of disciplino that practico of
tho Mohammedan church which
makes use of arson and murder to
suppress tho Christian faith. And
ho would have that notification
followod by a shot which would
go crashing through the grand
seraglio. Ho was in favor of giv
ing "tho sick man" of tho Bos
phoniB tho coup de graco and of
ending his lifo and systom by dis
solution and destruction. It was
time- that those murderers and as
sassins Bhould know "Him who
was born to the world at Bethle
hem and was raised at Nazareth,
and that when ho comes again to
punish such wrotches as those ho
brings with him not peace but a
The United Supremo Court Iibb
rondorod a decision ordoring "that
with ro3poct to tho proceedings
now being carried on for tho fore
closure of mortgages of the North
ern Pacific Railroad Company tho
Circuit Court of tho Eastern Dis
trict of Wisconsin bo regarded as
tho court of primary administra
tion, and proceedings in this court
aro auxiliary in their character
and in aid of tho proceedings in
tho court of primary administra
tion. There is much commotion on
tho western division of tho North
ern Pacific over tho decision. It
practically ends the recoivorBhip
of tho Washington, Idaho and
Montana division and ends with
it all tho officers 'and Receiver
Burleigh. Mr. Burleigh himself
must go, and with him his general
manager, Georgo W. Dickinson.
Chief Justico Bakor of tho Su
premo Court of Arizona, who is
also presiding Judgo of tho United
States Circuit, has boon charged
by ox-Olork Ii. 0. Jordan with
crave offenses including collusion,
drunkonnoss and levying tribute
upon his appointees.
MONO. V. RKOPAril.
In llndljr Wanted by tho llanallau
The principal tonic of conversa
tion on tho street today has beon I
1(41 ntf llfM r m -t . . , . C '
iu buuuou uitjuppunrnimu ui
Lionel V. Rodpath, for about ten
months past employed by tho Ha
waiian Gazotto Company in tho
capacity of collector. Ho was last
Beon ttbout 5:30 last ovoning, sinco
whon officer Hammer and other
policomon havo been actively en
gaged in trying to discover hiB
whereabouts in ordor to servo on
him a warrant of arrest which was
issued at G o'clock last night at
tho instance of tho Gazotto Com
pany on a chargo of ombozzlo
mont. Somo days sinco ho was dis
charged by tho Gazotto Company
and lias sinco beon attending to
tho bioyclo renting business which
ho established on Merchant street
on tho lBt of January Tho oxaot
amount of his defalcations aro not
yet known, but rumor places them
at tho high figure o 1800. This
amount probably includes tho
amount duo sovoral morchants who
trusted tho young man not wisely
but too well. Other roports bwoII
tho amount to $3000.
It was at first thought that Red
path slippod oil on tho 11. P.Rithot
which sailed lato yesterday after
noon but it has sinco boon
ascertained that ho was seen
sinco tho departure of that
vessol by two or threo parties.
The yacht Spray sailed on ono of
her mysterious cruises about dusk
last ovoning and tho polico aro
confident that Captain Paddy
Curtis had for his crow and cabin
boy Lionel Y. Redpath, ami that
his destination was Kahului and
Hilo. Tho necessary papors for
his arrest will bo forwarded by
tho Claudino tonight, in caso ho
Bh&u'd havo 1 uided at i .her placo.
On tho other hand there aro somo
who say that Redpath is still in
town but in hiding.
Redpath camo hero about a
year ago, working his passage
down with Captain Drow as cabin
boy on tho Andrew Welch. Ho
found employment in the Gazotto
oflico in various capacities and
was finally mado collector. Ho
dressed well, attended tho Epis
copal cathedral and manifested a
lively intorost in its affairs. Ho
waB introduced in tho host socioty,
and scorned to bo an oxomplary
young man. Society, however,
dropped him by degrees and of
lato he lias not frequented its
inner circles. Whether this
was on account of his gambling
Jiroponsities bocoming known or
or more serious reasons is a
mystery which Bocioty does not
chooso to reveal.
Tho money for tho bioyclo busi
ness which ho started was advanc
ed by a gentleman from NewYork
who was to bo a half owner in tho
In spite of his gambling, Red
path was known to havo money
yesterday, for ho changed $300 in
gold into greenbacks at a promi
nent nlaco in town.
Not much is known of Red-n
path's antocodonts.but from infor
mation in tho hands of interested
partios his doings hero wero sim
ply repetitions of former ones in
San Rafaol nnd Los Angeles,
California. Ho claimed to have
como from San Diogo when ho
On Saturday afternoon last
Redpath was out at Waikiki and
hired a couple of natives to tako
him out m a canoe to catch tho
bark Seringa, but the vessel waB
too far out for the canoe to catch
up with hor.
A I'rnmof or of Temperance.
Stastisticb show that tho Increasing gen
oral consumption of beer Is fallowed uv a
decreaso of consumption of Alcoholic drinks,
and that It It, strange to say, a promoter of
tempornnce. Deer today Is the favorite
beverngq of the American people, au It U
consumed not only by the thlrtty public In
drinking placet, but In the homes of tho peo
ple ami by tho wlvet, mothers nnd daught
ers thereof. Itt wholesome, flesh-gUlii;
qualities, Itt Invigorating and stimulating
nature, bavo placed It not In tbe lilt of luxu
ries, but of necessities, to a people whos In
tensity of nervo force Is such, under tbe con
dition of our climate and atmosphere, at to
demand a bevorag that Is at once gratifying,
toothing and rtfreshlnc;. This la what good
beer It and tills Is why beer has become the
drink of tho country. Naturally enough the
culture of beer has progressed to a point
where a distinct national success has been
achieved. Always up-to-date, never asleep,
the Seattle lirtulng iml Malting Co. have kopt
in the front ranks and today are proud that
they can ofler as good a bottle of beer as the
most exacting could desire.
In order to Impress upon your mind tbo
fact that tbe Seattle Ikrving and Mailing Go's
beers are Mild, Llj;ht, Bright abc Lively, we
below plve tbe average per cent of alcohol In
various liquors in comparison:
"Jtalnler" liter 8.4 per cent
"Olympic" Veer. 8." "
Ale 7.4 "
Cider s 8.6 " "
Claret 13.8 " "
Whisky 54.0 "
The Criterion Saleon keeps this btcr on
draught and in bottles. tf
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 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 ireeirom 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.
Opposito Sprockets' Bank,
NO. 307 FORT STREET.
Watch This Column!
On Friday and Saturday, Fob.
28th and 29th, at 12 o'clock noon
each day, at my salesrooms on
Queon street, I will hold sales of
ileal Estate, comprising lands in
Honolulu and throughout tho Isl
ands. Partios dosiring" to dispose of
Real Estate at thoso sales will pass
in their lists as early as possible
Jas. F. Morgan,
1st Lot and Buildings at the foot of Punch
bowl street, I houso rented at f IS per montb;l
limine rented nt $12 per month; 1 house rented
ut $18 per month. Theso are low icntals.
Snd House and lot at Aala near the 81
Louis College, rented at f 12.50 per month.
3rd House and lot at Aala, rented at $12
4th Tnro land at Kamnkcla, planted with
taro, about 1 acre. Last rear's crop sold for
5th 29 acres of land on Judd street ad'
Joining tbe residence of A 8 Hartwcll Esq.
The whole property commands a line view.
As an Investment, can be divided Into smaller
lots at a large profit.
Gth. I l'lcce of Land at Kallhl near Klntr
street, containing 21-100 acre, 1'art of R. V,
!i5tOL..C. A. HM'l8 to Nablnu.
A Splendid residence site.
7. Lots 4 and C, Block 25, on the Penin
sula, Penrl City.
8. 45-100 acres Taro Land nt Puunul,
above Jmld street.
9. 7 6-10 neres of Land at Kallhl, partly
planted to pineapples.
Important Sale of Coffee Lands, Cane
Lands, Rice Lands and House Lots.
By order ot owners In Ice simple of the
following designated property, I will sell at
Public Auction at my Sale-Room, on Friday.
February 28, ISM, at 12 o'clock noon of said
day, the following properties:
1st Nino Shares In the Hut ofHolnnloa,
Konn, Hawaii, which contain about' 180
Acres; a part of it l very good Coffee Land
and second to none In Konn for Codec, being
a part of Kuleana 7713 to Victoria Kama
2nd All the undivided one-half of Wong
Wo Foy In Apana 2 described In ltojal Patent
6873 on L C. Award 1758 to Kalaeonc, con
taining an area of 1 70-100 Acres, at Walklkl,
Oabu; the piece being leased for 10 years
from November 1st, 18SD, at $50.00 per
3rd All the undivided one-fourth interest
of Wong Wa Foy In Royal Patent
3117 to Kamohomoho, coulalnlng an area of
47 100 Acre, at Walklkl, Oaliu; tho piece be
ing leased to Kong .Man Wal for $20.00 per
year, for 10 years from 1SS0.
4th RT.3 Acres In 3 Kona, Hawaii, and be
Ing thu Ahupuaa of Kaulcoli, near Ilonnu
lmu, about 100 acres good Colleo Laud; tho
rest Is good for pasturage and house-lots; tbe
land has a good sea-fishery. There are two
good houses on land and wells. There are
acres of old ColTeo In bearing. The crop
of 1895 amounted to about 1300 pounds; there
are also about 10 acres of uew Coffee.
5th 88100 Aero at Kallhl, described In
Royal Patent 3003 to Kuo F. Campbell: and
lying on the Ewa side of Mrs Cockett's land.
0th Five Lots at Kapalama on tbe Tram
ways line. Tho Lots are SOsOO; one lot lias a
house on, nnd Is ranted at $120 per annum; If
a $300 bouse be built on each lot, thoy would
earn $120 a lot, a better Investment than any
kind of stock.
7th Five Lots in Kamanunal, situated
80 feet from Dcretnnlii Btreet. Tbe lots arc
about 3500 square feet each; one lot bus a
house on, there Is a road 20 feet wide leading
from Uerctania street along these lots.
8th A part of Nuuauu Btrcam. lying mau
ka of Smith's bridge, and part dry land ma
kal of Lai Say's Joss House; the lot is about
120 feet bv 258 feet. In cane tbo Nuuanu
Btrcam is moved over as decided by the Gov
ernment, this will be a fine Investment.
9th. 054 acres In tho Ahupuaa of Hono
kna, Including 80 acres which were set a part
for the seller; 80 acres of It Is planted with
Coffee, the crop of which for 181)5 was over
5000 pounds: tho estimate far 1897 Is about
15,000 pounds; there are two houses on the
premises, ono a dwelling house, and one for
tho laborers; there Is also a water tank of
5000 gallons. Tho 80 acre lot Is walled up,
tbe rest are pasture and foiest lands.
10th Seven Lots at Kallhl. Tbo lots aro
50x100 and lylnp maknt of Rose Btreet, and
on the Ewa side of D 11 Kahaulcllo premises:
and more particularly described In Royal
Patent 3548 to .Terry Cuughlin; the lot may
be sold In whole or In separate lots.
Hth A lot of 200x200fcct on Kallhl or Ka
mehamcha IV road, makal of the Kallhl
church; the lot U fenced on all sides; It Is the
best lot at Kallhl.
I2th The undivided four acres of Wcng
Wa Foy In Royal Patent 2130 to Kamahlai
and Laul, of thoso premises sltuatod at
Wallua, llllo, Hawaii; tho whole premises
being leased to tho Hakulau Plantation by
IcaBe dated March 13th, 1803, and recorded
In Llbcr U0, pago 487, at $3.55 per acre per
annum; tho rent due to Wong Wa Foy's
sbaro Is not paid yet.
I3th Tbo undivided' one and one-half
acres of Wong Wa Foy In Royal Patent 010
to Manuhoa In those premises situated at
Kamaee, Hilo, Hawaii; tho whole lot of 22.23
acres being leasrd to the Hakalau Plantation,
by lease dated March I3th, 1893, and record
ed In Llbcr 140, page 489, at $.2.25 per aero
per year; the rout duo on Wong Wo Foy's
share for the last year Is not paid,
For further particulars apply to Wong Wa
Foy ut Wing Wo To! & Company.
Jas. P. Morgan,
Dated Honolulu, Feb. n,18S0, 2I7-td
Commissioner of Deeds
State of California,
Having been appointed and commissioned
a Commissioner of Deeds for thu State of Cal
ifornia, I am prepared
To administer and certify oaths.
To take and certify depositions and nfllila
vlts. To take and certify the acknowledgment or
proof of powers of attorney, mortgages,
transfers, grants, deeds or other instruments
For tlie State of California !
A. V. GEAR,
609 King Btreet.
Subscribe for tbo EycsiNa Bulletin,
COFFEE ESTATE AND LANDs
I am directed to sell at Public Auction on
Wednesday, May 27, '96,
at 12 o'clock noon of said day at my sale
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
simple situate at Kolo nnd Olelomoana 1 in
South Kona, Island of Hawaii, about eight
miles by a good road from Hookcna, one of
the largest villages In Kona. Thcro Is an ex
cellent landing on tho land Itself from where
tho coffeo and other produco could be shipped
andagoodslto for a mill near tho landing.
Fifty acres of land arc in coffee. Roughly es
timated there 1b about seven hundred acres of
splendid coffeo land lying all on ono block on
both sides of the Government Road. Eight
hundred acres lying above and to tho East of
tbo soven hundred acres above mentioned Is
also excellent land and although at a higher
altttudo Is no doubt also well adapted for
coffee culture. The lower land below the
coffee belt is sultablo forplncapplcs and sisal.
There Is a drying house, storo and work
rooms, a Gordon's Pulpcr, laborers' quarters
and water tanks at the plantation, and tho
land la partly walled. There has never been
any blight on this land, although coffeo was
planted a great manrycarsago. Old residents
of Kona Ilka the lato D. II. Nablnu, J. W.
Kuaimoku and others havo testified to this
fact. There Is a sea fishery appurtenant to
Terms cash or part of tho purchaso price
can remain on mortgaeo at cleht 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. F. MORGAN,
PAIR GOLD EVE GLASSES AND
Chain on Nuuanv avenue, betwocn Chap
lain Lano nnd Postoflice. Roward. Apply
at Uullkti.v offlco, 009 King nt.
Wiley's - Improved
DOUBLE BOiWS, ADJUSTABLE FOR ....
Pants & Skirts
t&- FOR SALE BY
Hopp & Go.
74, Kiug Street, or
J. W. WILEY at F. H.
Bortclmann's shop, oppo
site New Republic Build
Tho mombors of tho Commission appoint
ed to roport to tho coming session of tho
Legislature upon the Liquor Traffic, being
desirous of obtaining as full an expression
of Public Opinion as possible upon the sub
ject, invito any individuals or socioties who
desiro to offer any suggestions to the Com
mission to present the same in writing as
soon ns possible.
Any pamphlets or reports upon the sub
ject will also bo gladly received.
II. WATERII0USE, Chairman 1 Liquor
or P. J. LOWREY, 8ecretnryJ Comm.
On "Wednesday, Feb. 12th,
AT 10 A. M.
PACIFIC MAIL WHARF
I will sell nt Public Auetion for account of
whom it may concern, about
2000 Barrels Best Portland Cement,
in good order.
Just received ox bork J. O. Pflugor, Wolters
master, from Hrcmerhaveu.
Jas. F. Morgan,
S.L.B. de Hawaii
ALL BILLS AGAINST THE
Should bo presented at any time
Board of Directors
Through P. O. Box 249.
V. O. TEIXEIRA,
Election of Officers.
AT THE ANNUAL MEETING OP TIIE
German Bensvolent Society, held on Feb
ruary 10, 1800, tho following Officers were
Mr. n. A. Wideiuann President,
Mr. J. F. Haokfeld Vice-President,
Mr. F. Bchnltzo Treasurer,
Mr. H. J. Nolto Auditor,
Mr. J. F. Ilackfold Trustae,
Mr. J. F. Eckardt Secretary.
, J. F. EOKARDT,
221-'-'t Secretary G. B. Society.
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