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EVENING BULLETIN FEBRUARY 15, 189G.
5 Eve)ii$ Bulletin,
DANIEL LOGAN, Editor.
SATURDAY, : FEB. 15, 1890.
An editorial articlo commenting
am the latest issue of tho Hilo
Tribimo is in typo, but owing to a
yessuro or news mattor it is hold
mov until Monday.
"No oncores," is added to tho
program for tonight's concert. It
mtobo hoped that tho example
-Mill bo followed in all amateur
vjoucorts. Encores arc often only
a solfish demand by a fow for
aaoro ontortainmont than was
promised. In tho caso of young
mngers or recitors thoy aro a pun
ihmout. Thoy often also prolong
an entortainmont boyond tho
.limo thnt many of tho audience
desire to bo homo.
With the latest issuo of tho Hi
i Tribuno, Fayson Caldwoll,
.wlitor and manager, sovors his
nneetion with tho pnpor. His
editorials in tho previous issuo
.wore repudiated by tho directors
zn a letter to tho Gazetto. In
taking his leave. Mr. Caldwell is
.lllowed by tho directors to htivo
This mild dig at themselves and
3he community: "Tho people
lero aro of n heterogeneous
aaturo. It will probably always
&o. impossible for tho Tribune, if
3 nssumos any positiou on public
questions, to bo popular with all
rtlassos. If it commends the sup
port of thoso directly interested,
jenough probably is accomplished.
THE LIQUOR TRAFFIC.
jui-iv .ruxrict: judd's jiecom.
Mr.i).rioNs coci:iinij it.
TtirtinT Siiiisciltonii 1'ioni the Gnu-
vr I'lilillc Invllad by Hie
Tlio v special Legislative Com
mission on tho liquor traffic hold
biro sessions last wcok, ono on
Wednesday when tho liquor deal
ith wero given a hearing, and ono
jestorday afternoon when tho
joint committee of tho Y. M. 0. A.
jad W. 0. T. U. wore heard. Tho
suggestions of tho liquor dealers
ue not yot in shape Tor publica
lion. Tho committee of tho tem
perance associations reported yes
terday in favor of a joint stock cor
poration to handle tho liquor traf
fic, embodying tho main points of
.Rev. Mr. Pock's proposition.
In accordanco with tho wish of
$10 Commission many suggestions
3nvo been received from citizens,
-which will be given publication
iom time to time, and tho Com
mission will bo glad to receive
Precedence is given to the
aocommondations of Chief Justice
Judd, which aro as follows:
Honolulu, February 11, 1890.
To Hon. H. "Wateriiouse, Sena
tor Republic of Hawaii, Chair
man "Liquor Commission."
In compliance with your notice
asking for views of individuals and
issociations upon tho vital quos
Ifion of what can and ought to bo
done in regard to tho traffic in in
toxicating liquors I now avail
aoyeelf off tho privilege grantod.
3 horowith furnish you with tho
Igures of arrests and convictions
for drunkenness in advance of tho
Ifoport which I have prepared for
lho Legislature and which is now
in tho printer's hands.
1 V neTVi&l will prove their nenr. mjwlMfcJ,f vLC
During tho years 1891 and 1895
thorowero arrested for drunkenness
all ovor tho Ropublic, 1835 per
sons and of thoso 1050 wore con
victed. The Nationalities of these and
the number of each nationality
convicted of this otfonco during
tho years 1891 and 1895 and also
during tho yoars 1892 and 1893,
I now civo:
7 7 .
Japanoso. . .
Showing an increaso of convic
tions of m
Seventy-six percent of tho
total convictions for drunken
ness were obtained in tho Dis
trict Court of Honolulu: to wit,
1205, an increase of 271 during
tho years 1891 and 1895 over
thoso convicted of this offence in
1892 and 1893, and mainly among
Hawaiians, who constituted moro
than half of thoso convicted.
Those figures show for ' them
selves. Not deeming that total Prohibi
tion is possible at present, uor pro
hibition to Hawaiians and Polyne
sians alouo, I do not discuss
these questions. Othors will pres
ent plans for regulating the traffic
according to tho system adopted
in Norway and other countries. I
am afraid of all of them. "What
wo need is a steady curtailing of
tho facilities and allnroments to
drink, to be begun in tho Legis
lature of 1890 and followed up
porsistontly by subsequent Legis
latures. My oxporienco and observation
in Honolulu for over thirty yoars
lead mo to suggest a fow practical
reforms and which I am hopeful
will bo agreed to by tho Legisla
ture, and Temperance peoplo
ought to bo content with thorn ac
cording to tho maxim that "Half
a loaf is bettor than no bread."
I suggest as follows:
1 Tho timo in week days
during which intoxicating drinks
may do legally sold should bo
shortened to tho hours between 0
o'clock A. St. and 0 o'clock r. M.
Twelve hours ought to be suffi
cient in which to drink liquor
2 There should bo but ono on
tranco to each saloon. No back
3 No screens or obstructions
of any kind should bo
allowed boforo doors or win
dows, which will provent a
clear view of tho bar from thoso
passing along tho street.
4. No pictures, chairs or tables,
nor games or sports of any kind,
or musio should bo allowed in tho
saloons. Remove all outsida at
tractions from these places and
the patronago will lesson.
5. No sales should bo allowed
in tho retailing saloons oxcopt by
tho glass, and tho liquor should
bo drank on the premises.
It is tho bottle taken homo to
the Hawaiian family that does the
harm. Yours respectfully,
A. F. Judd.
Illrtliplncc ot tlio 1'lug.
There seems at last a reasonable
certainty that the Betsy Ross
Houso in Philadelphia will bo
Eurchased and preserved as a
istorical relic. Many had feared
that this quaint old building,
whore tho sprightly widow fash
ioned the first American Hag,
would fall boforo tho inarch of
improvements, because a fow
months ago tho Counoils declined
to appropriate money for its pur
chase. But Schuylkill Council of
the Junior Order of American
Moohanics has, as tho Philadelphia
Ledger says, started a movomont
to acquire and present tho build
ing to tho public, and sots a good
example by pledging 81000 toward
tho necessary 25,000. This is not
tho first occasion on which this
council has taken tho iuitiativo in
the performance of commendable
and patriotic work in its city.
President Krueger of the
Transvaal republic is one of
the greatest diplomats in the
world. He is a living proof of
the fact that in rare instances
the diplomatist is born, not
made. He is ignorant of let
ters and the elegancies of life
and his range of reading is
very limited, out the old Boer
possesses qualities that enable
him to cope with the cleverest
of the trained diplomatists of
The attention of the whole
civilized world is now riveted
on this man and his doings.
His every act is reported in the
London and New York papers
by able special correspondents
detailed tor the purpose.
Here in this little republic of
fly-specks on the great Pacific
we are so far from the arena
in which the present great
game of diplomacy is being
carried on, and our means of
getting news from the outside
world are so few and far be
tween, that we have more time
to attend to our own and our
neighbor's business especially
the latter, if all reports are true.
Ve want to call the atten
tion of readers of the Bul
letin this week to something
which not only interests them
but their neigfibors also. It is
to an article called CARBO
LINEUA AVENARIUS. We
believe those are Latin words
but we don't know and we
don't care. We know the ar
ticle is good for the purpose it
is used, and that is all that
Carbolineum Avenarius is
used for preserving wood
against all insects, rot, fungus,
etc., and it does the business
in great shape. It is applied
the same as paint and is in a
convenient and handy form
for use. We had a lot of this
valuable compound some time
ago but the demand was so
great when people got to know
about it that our stock was
soon exhausted. We have
plenty on hand now, however,
to supplv everybody.
In oufldirtg nouses this pre
paration is invaluable for coat
ing plates, mudsills and any
lumber which is liable to come
in contact with moisture. It
is excellent to preserve the ends
of fence posts and telephone
poles. Railway ties coated
with it last twice as long as
Nearly everyone is troubled
witn uorers acorn ineir prem
ises. These pests will not
touch any woodwork that has
once been coated with Carbo
lineum Avenarius. Five dol
lars invested in this prepara
tion will save $500 worth of
This is not a new preparation.
It has been in extensive use in
Europe and the United States
for twelve years past, where it
is gaining favor as its merits
become better known.
For sale only by
Hawaiian Hardware Co.
Opposito Spreekels' Panic,
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B. R. FOSS,
. Address P. O. Box 307, Honolulu,
or coll at tho I. X. L. Storo, corner King
nnd Nuuanu strcots.
J. P. RODRIGUES,
Fort Street, opposite llackfeld's.
A Now Lot
of Nice Goods Just
Cleaning and Eo-
BISECOP 2& Co.
Transact a General Banking
and Exchange Business.
Commercial and Traveler's
Letters of Credit issued, avail
able in all tho principal cities
of tho world.
Wiley's - Improved
DOUBLE EDABDS. ADIUSTABLE FOR ....
Pants k Skirts
tar for sale dy
Hopp & Co.
74, King Street, or
J. W. WILEY at F. H.
Bertolmann's shop, oppo
sito New "Republic Build
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 Unds in
Honolulu and throughout tho Isl
ands. Parties dosiring to dispose of
Real Estate at thoso Bales will pass
in their lists as early as possible
Jas. 2 Morgan,
1st Lot and Buildings at the foot or Punch
bowl street, I house rented at (15 per montli;l
houc rented at $13 nor month: 1 houso rented
at (18 per month. These are low icntals.
2nd House and lot at Aala near the St
Louis College, rented at ?12,50 per month.
3rd Houso and lot at Aala, rented at $12
4th Taro land at Kamakcla, planted with
taro, about 1 acre. Last year's crop sold for
5th 29 acres of land on Judd street ad
joining tho residence of A S Hnrtwclt Esq.
Tho whole property commands a fine view.
As an Investment, can be divided Into smaller
lots at a large profit.
nth. I l'leco of Land at Kallhl near King
street, containing 21-100 acre, I'urt of It. 1
a540 L. O. A. I04H8 to Nahlnu.
A Splendid rcsldenco site.
7. Lots 4 and G, Block 25, on tho Penin
sula, Pearl City.
8. 45100 acres Tnro Land ivt Puuuni,
above Judd street.
0. 7 0-10 acres of Lund nt Kaliht, partly
planted to pineapples.
10. 5 HuildiuR lots nt Kallhi on Knlll
avenue, near King street. Slzo of lots COx
100. Government wator laid to lots.
Important Sale of Coffee Lands, Cane
Lands, Rice Lands and House Lots.
By order ot on ncrs In leo slmplo of the
following designated property, I will fell at
I'ubllc Auction atmy8ale-Itoom, on Friday,
February 28, 1SIH1, ut 12 o'clock noon of said
day, the following properties:
lnt Nine Shares In the Hul of Holualoa,
Konu, Hawaii, which contain about- 180
Acres; a part of It Is very good Cofree Land
and second to nono In Konu for Coffee, being
a part of Kulcaua 7713 to Victoria Kama
malu. 2nd All the undivided one-half of Wong
Wa Foy In Apana 2 described iu Uojal I'atent
0373 on L C. Award I7.r3 to Kalaeono, con
taining an area of 1 70-100 Acres, at Walklkl,
Oahu; tho piece being leased lor 10 years
from November 1st, 18S9, at $50.00 per
3rd All the undivided one-fourth Interest
of Wong Wo l'oy In Itoyal I'atent
SII7 to Kamohnmoho, containing an area of
47 100 Acre, at Walklkl, Ualiu; the piece be
lng leased to Kong .Man Wal for $20.00 per
year, for 10 years from lb8U.
4th SOS .Veres in S Kona, Hawaii, and be
ing tho Ahupuan of Kaulcolt, near llonau
nuu, ulioiit 100 acres good Colleo Laud; tho
rest Is good for pasturage and house-lots; the
land has a good sea-tlshcry. There arc two
good houses on land nnd wells. There are
5 acres of old Cotleu In hearing. The crop
of 18U5 amounted to about 1300 pounds; there
nrc nlbo About 10 fierce of ncjr OotTco.
5th 88100 Aero at Kallhl, described In
Royal Patent SCCS to Kno K Campbell; and
lying on tho Ewa side of Mrs Cockett's land.
0th Five Lots at Kapalama on tho Train
ways line. The Lots are SOxtKl; one lot has a
house on, and Is rented at $120 per annum; if
a $3n0 house be built on each lot, they would
earn $120 a lot, a better Investment than any
kind of stock.
7th FIvo Lots In Kamanuwal, situated
80 feet from Dcrotanla street. The lots aro
about 35U0 square feet each; one lot bus a
liousu on, there Is a road 20 feet wide leading
from Beretanla street along these lots,
8th A part of Nuuanu stream, lylnt; mau
ka of Smith's bridge, and part dry land mo
kal of Lai Say's Joss House; the lot Is about
120 feet bv 253 feet. In case the Nuuanu
stream Is rooted over as decided by the Gov
ernment, this will he a llr.e linestmcnt,
Uth. 054 acres In tho Ahupuaa of llono
kiia, Including 80 acres which wero set (a part
for thu seller; 30 acres of It Is planted with
Coffee, tho crop of which for 1805 was over
5000 pounds: the cstimuto for 1897 Is about
15,000 pounds; there are two bouses on the
premises, ono a dwelling house and one for
tho laborers; tlicro Is also a water tank of
5000 gallons. Thu 80 aero lot Is walled up,
tho rest aro pasturo and forest lands.
10th 6een Lots at Kallhl. The lots are
50x100 and lylnt makal of Rose street, and
on tho Ewa side of D II Kahaulcllo premises:
and more particularly described In Royal
Patent 3548 to Jerry Coughlin; the lot may
be sold In whole or In separate lots.
11th A lot of200x200 feet on Kallhl or Ka
mclmmclm IV road, makal of the Kallhl
church; the lot Is fenced on all sides; It Is the
best lot at Kallhi.
I2th Tho uudlvldedffour acres of Wong
Wa Foy In Royal Patent 2130 to Kamahlal
and I.aul, of those premises situated at
Wallua, Illlo, Hawaii; the whole premlsts
being leased to thu Ilakulau Plantation by
lcasu dated March 13th, 1803, and recorded
In Llbcr 140, pago 487, at $2.55 per acre per
annum; tho rent due to Wong Wa Foy's
share Is not paid yet.
I8th Tho undivided one and one-half
acres of Wong Wa Foy In Royal Patent 010
to Manuhoa In those premises situated at
Kamaec, Illlo, Hawaii; thu whole lot of 22 2.1
acies being leased to the Ilakalatt Plantation,
by leuse dated March 13th, lS'.U, und record
ed In Llbcr 140, pugo 480, at $2.25 per acru
per year; the rent duo on Wong Wa Foy's
share, for the last year Is not puld.
For further particulars apply to Wong Wa
Foy ut .Vlng Wo Tal & Company.
Jas. F. Morgan,
Dated Honolulu, Feb. 3,1850.
Horses for Sale.
A gentlo fcorrol horeo, broken to lmr
iie'Hr) and saddle). A tine uiiinml for u
lady. Also u brown ltortc, broken to
Inquire nt "l.ulletin" oflico, COO King
street, for further particulars. U28 lw
TOR SALE BY
at 45 cento per lb.
Ring up Tel. 317, or loayo orders
with Gondalves it Oo.
COFFEE ESTATE AND LANDS
I 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 at private sale) the follow
ing described property, namely;
A tract or land of about 2,800 acres In fee
simple sltuato at Kolo and Olelomoana 1 In
South Kona, Island of Hawaii, about eight
miles by a good road from Hookcna, one of
tho largest villages In Kona. Tlicro Is an ex
cellent landing on the land Itself from where
the coffee and other produce could be shipped
and a good slto for a mill near tho landing.
Fifty acres or land aro In coffee. Roughly es
timated thero Is about soven hundred acres of
splendid coffee land lying all on ono block on
both sides of tho Government Road. Eight
hundred acres lying above and to tho East of
tho seven hundred acres abovo mentioned Is
also excellent land and although at a higher
altltudo Is no doubt also well adapted for
coffee culture. Tho lower land below tho
coffee belt Is suitable for pineapples and sisal.
Thero Is ft drying house, storo and work
rooms, a Cordon's Pulpcr, laborers' quarters
and water tanks at tho plantation, and the
land Is partly walled. There has never been
any blight on this land, although coffeo was
planted a great many years ago. Old residents
of Kona llko the Into D. IL Nalilnu, J. W.
Kualmoku and others have testified to this
fct. There Is a sea fishery appurtenant to
Terms cash or part of tho purcbaso prlco
can remain on mortgage ateluht 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 sates rooms.
J. F. MOBGAN,
Portrait and Landscape
in Prices !
:$8 TO $6
fl"" And Everything olso in
FOR SALE BY
These Turkovs havo been in Cold
Storago one month. 224-lw
Fifteen years' oxporienco and nil
NEW AND ORIGINAL DESIGNS
W. R. RILEY.
Leave orders at Sanders' Ex
proBB oflico, King Street, near
Fort. Telephone 8C.
S.LB. tie Hawaii
ALL BILLS AGA1N8T THE
Should bo presented nt any time
Board of Directors '
Through Pi O. Box 249.
V. O. TEIXEIRA,
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