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EVENING BULLETIN, FEBRUABY 17, 189(5.
5 Euepir Bulletin,
DANIEL LOGAN, Editor.
MONDAY, FEB. 17, 1896.
It is mnttor of rocorcl that tho
directors of tho Hilo Tribuno lmvo
drivou its editor from his chair
uocauso ho "snssod" tho Govern
ment and donouncod tho visit of
tho bnnd as, virtually, a bribo to
induco tho Hawaii delegation to
support fuss, feathers and fan
faronade. Therefore, it is to bo pre
sumed that over tho issuo suc
ceeding that in which tho editor
committed his offonso the direc
tors would havo exercised judi
cious control. That thoy should
guard against any repetition of
tho offense especially, if thoy
contributed or vised tho political
i articles themselves was tho least
that should havo been expected.
Yet wo find tho latest issuo of tho
Trilmno, that in which tho offend
ing editor pronounces his plaintive
valedictory, uttoring sentiments of
an approximately soditious char
acter. Indeed, it outhorods Herod
in contemptuous expressions to
ward the JRopublic. Referring to
tho report published in the Unit
ed States, that Hawaii was liablo
to secede from tho Bopublic, the
Secession from what? Is there
anything or anybody o stop tho
people upon Hawaii from sotting
up a Government of their own if
they want to? Honolulu did not
ask Hawaii when thoy overthrow
tho Monarchy and established a
Republic, autl as many people and
as much property was m Hawaii
as Oahu then, and why should
Hawaii ask Oahu or Honolulu? if
it wants to set up housekeeping on
its own account, or tho people of
Maui or Kauai. To seccdo there
mut iirst bo a union, something
to spcedo from. Tho entire Gov-oriunent-ot-
the- -Hopublio.oE Ha
waii is constituted from Honolulu
men, they still could havo a
Jlopublic and probably could
maiingo its Govornmont, thoy havo
sofar, without Hawaii's help, and
might get annexed to tho United
States, if it was not for Maui,
Kauai or Hawaii.
Tho Tribuno goes on to say that
if Hawaii asks for any public im
provement, or is so presumptuous
as to criticise tho action of any
officer of tho Government, some
Honolulu smartio says tho island
ers of Hawaii want to secedo, and
tho band is sont to Hawaii to
charm them back. This it calls
"rot," and it taunts the Govern
ment with having not received tho
allegianco of ono-tonth of tho
people on Hawaii. Tho Tribuno
thou claims that tho island of Ha
waii has power to compel tho Gov
ornmont to- givo its people
anything thoy want in tho
way of public improvements,
and: "Tho time is not far dis
tant when one, if not all, of tho
portfolios of state will bo asked to
ho given to sorao one sic" upon
this island and it will bo grunted.
(Four ministerial portfolios to
ono big, or little, man of tho big
island is pretty good, yet it is
what some people supposed was
tho case, at somo crises, when a
Hilo man waB tho Marshal of tho
Comment is almost needless
upon tho lofty languago thus held
by the Hilo journalists. A mo
ment's sensible roiloction will pro
bably convince themselves that it
dosorves tho elegant appollation
of "rot" bestowed by them on
tho "Honolulu smartio." From
tho timo of Kamehamoha I. tho
Hawaiian Islands havo formed a
singlo and indivisible govornmont,
which cannQt.be dissolved oxcopt
by revolution Unsuccessful at
tempt at revolution is sedition nnd
treason, and boasting of ability to
olfect revolution is soditious and
treasonable talk. As to tho Tri
bune's talk of non-consent to tho
revolution of 1893 on tho part of
tho othor islands, it is highly mis
leading to people who aro not
awaro of all tho facts portainiug
to that ovont. It is not protended
now, ovon by tho Govornmont,
that a majority of tho olectorato of
1892 has yot assontod to that rev
olution. Yot boyond a fow indi
vidual protests, tho foreigners on
tho othor islands not meroly gave
consent by silonco, but pro
ceeded to organize armed forced
to support tho revolution. All
tho open expressions that camo
from Hilo and Hawaii were wild
for tho Provisional Govornmont
and for annexation, and thcro and
elsowhero throughout tho group
foreigners who showed dissont
were abused disgracefully, in
unonymous letters to tho press
and otherwise, for their inde
pendence. It is too late in tho
day for any foreign colony out
side of Honolulu to pretend that
it did not consent, as a, whole, to
tho overturn of tho old govern
ment. There was a timo there
wore many times between Janu
ary 17, 1893, and July 4, 189-1, when
any formidable demonstrations,
not necessarily warlike, on the part
of considerable numbers of for
eigners at important points
throughout the islands would have
seriously embarrassed tho causo
of tho Provisional Government.
Now that tho present order is
established, it is eminently mis
chievous for anyone to attack tho
integrity-oEwmletl Hawaii as it
stands. There is positive knowl
edge that somo of tho Hilo journ
alists were in tho revolution from
tho start, oven sharing in its
honors and emoluments, and for
theso such utterances as thoso
horo criticised", besides being , rep
rehensible in policy, aro in an in
tonso dogroo stultifying.
Senator Eugono Halo has tho
thanks of tho Bulletin for a
printed copy of his speech in tho
United Stated Senate, January 10,
1896, on "Tho Necessity for tho
Hawaiian Cable." Tho spoech is
in favor of tho bill of tho Pacific
Cablo Company, tho successor and
assign of Mr. Spalding's interest.
At Cook's music school all tho
fiiano pupils are given harmony
roe. Prof. Cook believes that no
pupil can intelligently render
oven simple pieces without at least
an olomontary knowledgo of "Har
mony" and "Form." Tho school
is also provided with a "Practice
Clavier" for forming "touoh."
After witnessing ono lesson given
with all tho modern conveniences
ono can boo what strides havo boon
made in teaching music within tho
last fow years, and tho reason,
why a compotont teacher does not
caro to go from house to house
handicapped by want of facilities
is apparent. Thoro is no doubt
that much timo is lost in etudyiug
the piano by aimless practice. In
this school tho work is systematiz
ed, and every moment's practico
j counts. A great deal of attention
j is paid also to muscular discipline,
! as it is tho foundation of touch and
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S F. AGENTS
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 diolomatist is born, not
made. He is ignorant of
ters and the elegancies of
and his range of readin
verv limited, nut the old 1
life : is
possesses qualities that enable
him to coDe with the cleverest
of the trained diplomatists of
'1 he 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 for the purpose.
Here in this little republic of
tly-spccks 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.
We want to call the atten
tion of readers of the Bul
letin this week to something
which not only interests them
but their neighbors also. It is
to an article called CARBO
L1NEUM AVENAR1US. 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 supply everybody.
In building houses 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
with borers about their 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 Spreokols' Bank,
NO. 307 FORT STREET.
Auction Sales by Jas. F. Morgan.
Watch This Column!
On Friday and Saturday, Fob.
28th and 29th, at 12 o'clock noon
each day, at my Salesrooms on
Quc6n street, I will hold sales of
Ileal Estate, comprising lauds in
Honolulu and throughout tho Isl
ands. Parties desiring to dispose of
Ileal Estatti at thoso Bales will pass
in thoir lists as oarly as possible.
Jas. F. Morgan,
let Lot and Buildings at the foot of Punch
howl street,! house rented at 15 cr month;l
house rented at $13 per month; 1 bouse rented
at $18 per mouth. These aro low icntals.
Still Houso and lot nt Aala near the St
Louis College, rented at fl2.SU tier month.
Srd Houso and lot at Aala, rented at $12
4th Taro land at Knmnkcla, planted with
tnro, about 1 acre. Last rear's crop sold for
5th SO acres of land on Judd street ad
joining tho residence of A 8 llartwcll Ksq.
Tile whole property commands a HiumIow.
As an Investment, can be divided Into smaller
lots at n large profit.
Oth. I Piece of Land at Kallhl near King
street, containing 24-100 aero, Part of It. I
3.VHS L. C. A. I043 to Nalilnu.
A Splendid residence site.
7. Lots 4 and 5, Block 25, on the Penin
sula, Pearl City.
8. 40.100 acres Taro Laud at Puunui,
above Judd street.
0. 7 (MO acres of Land at Ealilil, partly
plantod to pineapples.
10. r. Building lots nt Knlilii on Knili
avenue, near King street. Size of lots 50x
100. Government water laid to lots.
No, 11, Lot No, on Lohun avenue,
Pearl City, commands a fine view of the
city and Pearl Harbor,
Important Salo of Coffee Lands, Cane
Lands, Rice Lands and House Lots.
By order ot owners In lee simple of the
lollowlng designated property, I 111 sell at
Public Auction at my Sales-Room, tin Friday,
February iM, ISM, at 12 o'clock noou ol said
day, the following properties:
1st Nino Share In the ltulof Holualoa,
Kona, Hawaii, which contain about 180
Acres; a part of It Is very good Coflco Land
and second to none In Komi for Colfee, being
a part of Kuleana 7713 to Victoria Kama
main. Slid All the undivided one-half of Wong
Wn Foy In Apana 'J described In Royal Talent
087".! on L C. Award I7A3 to Kalaconc, con
taining au area of 1 70-100 Acres, at Wnlkkl,
Oahu; the piece being leased for 10 years
from November 1st, 18S0, at f50.00 per
3rd All tho undivided one-fourth interest
of Wong Wb Foy in ltoyal Patent
3117 to Kaniohomoho. containing an area of
47100 Acre, at Walklkl, Oahu; tho piece bo
lug leased to Kong Man Wal for 120.00 per
yeur, for 10 years from 1880.
4th 303 Acres in S Kona, Hawaii, and be
ing tho Ahunnoa ot Kaulcoll, uenrllouou
nnu, about 100 acres good Collee Laud; tho
rest Is Rood for pasturage and house-lots; the
land bat a good sca-Hshcry. Tbcro are two
food houses on land and wells. There are
ncrrs of old Collco in bearing. The crop
of lS'.i") amounted to about 1300 pounds; there
nro also about 10 acres of new Collee.
5th 83 100 Acre at Knllht, describe'd in
Royal Patent 3GC3 to Kuo E Campbell; and
lying on the Ewa side of Mrs Cockett's land.
Oth Five Lots at Kapalama on tbo Tram
ways line. Tho Lots are 50xlK); one lot has a
house on, and Is rented at f ISO per annum; If
a f3K) houso be built on each lot, thoy would
earn 8120 a lot, a better Investment than any
kind of stock.
7th Ffvo Lots In Kamanuwat, situated
80 feet from Ueretanhi street. The lots aro
about 3SU0 squaro feet each; one lot has a
house on, theru Is a road SO feet wide leading
from Dtsrctanta street along these lots.
8th Apart of Nuuanu stream, lying mau
ko of Smith's bridge, and part dry land ma
kai of Lai Say's 'Joss House; the lot Is about
ISO feet by 258 feet. In case tho Nuuanu
stream Is moved over as decided by the Gov
ernment, this will be a lino Investment.
9th. 6S4 acres in tho Ahupuaa of Hono
kua, Including 80 acres which wcro set (a part
for the seller; 30 acres of It Is planted with
Coffee, the crop of which for 1895 was over
5000 pounds; tun estimate for 1897 Is about
10,000 pounds; thcro aro two bouses on the
premises, ono a dwelling houso und one for
tho laborers; thcro Is also a -water tank of
5000 gallons. The 80 aero lot Is walled up,
tho rest aro pasture and forest lands.
I0t)i Seven Lots at Kallhl. Ttioloteare
50x100 and lylof makal of Itose street, and
on tho Ewa sldoof D II Kahanlcllo premises;
and mora particularly described in Royal
Patent 3518 to Jerry Coughlm; the lot may
be sold In whole or In separate lots.
Hth A lot of 200x200 feet on Kallhl or Ka
mchamcha IV road, makai of tho Kallhl
church; the lot Is fenced on all sides; it is the
best lot at Kallhl.
13th The undivided four acres of Wong
Wn Foy in ltoyal Patent 2130 to Kamahlal
and Laul, of thoso premises situated at
Wullua, llllo, Hawaii; the whole premises
being leased to the Hakalau Plantation by
lease dated March 13th, 1893, and recorded
In Liber 110, page 487, ut 2.25 per acre per
nnuum; the rent duo to Wong Wa Foy's
share Is not paid yet.
I3th The undivided ono and one-half
acres of Wong Wa Foy In Hoyal Patent 010
to Manuhoa In those premises situated at
Kamaec, Hilo, Hawaii; the whole lot of SS.S3
acres being leased to the Hakalau Plantation,
by lease uatcu Alarcti loin, Ibltt, una record
ed In Liber 1 10, pugu 480, at -'.S5 per aero
per year; tho rent due on Wong Wa Foy's
share for the last year Is not paid.
For further particulars apply to Wong Wa
Foy ut tVlug Wo Tnl & Company.
Jas. P. Morgan,
Dated Honolulu, Feb. 3,180. 317-td
I 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 of land of about ",300 acres In fee
simple situate 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. There Is au ex.
Auction Sales by Jas. l' Morgan.
ccllcnt landing on the land Itself from where
the coffee and otherproduco could besblnped
nd a good site for a mill near tho landing.
Fifty acres of land are lu coffee. Roughly es
timated there Is about seven hundred acres of
splendid coffee land 1) lng nil on one bloek on
both sides of the 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
altitude Is no doubt also well adapted for
coffee culture. The lower land below tho
coffee belt Is sultnolo forplneapplcs and sisal.
There Is n drying house, store and work
rooms, a Gordon's Pulpcr, laborers' quarters
and water tanks at the plantation, and tho
laud Is partly walled. Thcro has never been
any blight on this land, although coflco was
planted a great many years ago. Old residents
of Kona like the lato D. 11. Nahlnu, J. W.
Knalmoku and others havo testified to this'
fact. There Is a sea fishery appurtenant to
Terms cash or part of tho purchase prlco
can remain on mortgage at eight 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 sales rooms.
J. F. MOEGAN,
Under instructions from tho Hawaiian Gov
ernment, 1 will sell at Pnblio Auction,
at tho Judiciary Building, in tho
former Legislative Hall, on
Monday, Feb'y 24th,
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. 51.,
Cut Glass and
FROM THE IlEIONS OF
Kameianwha III, 17, V
Comprising a Largo Vnrioty of Histori
Jas. F. Morgan,
220 td Auctioneer.
Mortgagee's Notice of Intontion to
Forocloso and of Salo. "
OTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT BY
virtue of a power of sale contained
In a ccrtaia mortgage dated tho 13th
dav of April. A D 1804. made bv APUA
(k) ol Laic, Koolauloa, Island of Oahu, to A
Jaeger, Trustee, of Honolulu, Island of Oaha,
aforesaid, recorded lu the oUlee of the Regis
trar of Conveyances, In Liber 83, folios 4(58
470, the said A Jaeger. Trustee, tutonds to
foreclose said mortgage for a breach of the
conditions In said mortgage contained, to-wit;
the non-payment of both the principal and
lutercst when due.
Notice Is also hereby given that all and
singular the lands, tenements and heredita
ments In said mortgage contained and de
scribed will be sold at nubile auction at the
auction room of James F Morgan, on Queen
street, In said Honolulu on WEDNESDAY,
the 10th day ol FEBRUARY, A I) 1300, at IS
o'clock noon of said day.
The property In said mortgage Is thus de
All those four pieces or parcels of land situ
ate at said Lale, containing an area of 74-100
of an aero more or less, and being the sarn
premises more particularly inscribed by
melts and bounds In Royal Patent No 0521,
Land Commission Award No 10,833 to Peka,
and that were Inherited by said Apua(k) from
his mother Puakalua who was the daughter
aud sole hclr-at-law of said Peka.
A. JAEGER, Trustee,
Terms Cash, Deeds at expense of purchaser.
For further particulars apply to
J. Jl. MONSAIlltA'r.
Attorney for Mortgagee.
Honolulu, January 34th, 1890. 339-2t
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Reconstruction or Remodel
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Iron, Brass, Phosphor-Bronze, Zinc, Alu
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tST FOR SALE BY
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74, King Street, or
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Bertelmann's shop, oppo
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