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EVENING BULLETIN, FEBRUARY 18, 1890.
foiled tenders will be received nt tlio
wc!gu Office until THURSDAY, Feb
rsaary 20," 1800, nt 12 noon lor furnishing to
3k Commissary Department of tho Nation
j& Gunrd of nawail, tho following supplies
Am tho t oi m of ten monthsj from March 1,
Better, Island roll, per lb, up to COO lbs.
Ifcstter, Cat kit, per ib, up to 0000 lbs.
:tcon, per lb, up to 1GO0 lbs.
3rt)R(l,(wlilto aud brown, per loaf, up to 23,-
)W steaks, round, per lb, up to 18,000
Itttt steaks, porterhouse, per lb, up to 3000
nkef rib roasts, per lb, up to 12,000 lbs.
Ifcef corned, per lb, up to 3000 lbs.
jttcf hearts, per lb, up to 400 lbs.
Xeef liver, per lb, up to 1C0 lbs.
Jf tongue, per lb, up to 000 lbs.
Swt tripe, ptr lb, up to 200 lbs.
3et brisket, per lb, up to G.000 lbs.
3SflVo, green, island, per lb, up to 4,500
Xjgs, hen, per doz.
2Vgs, duck, por doz.
.lUni, per lb, up to 3000 lbs.
3WU, per gal, up to 4000 gals.
-Uuttou, per carcass, up to 4500 lbs.
2tatoes, per lb, up to 10,000 lbs.
3tik, Tickled, por lb, up to 1500 lbs.
tl, uimliiaartcrs, per lb, up to G000 lbs.
"Ui Js must bo made for euch item separ
iely. All supplies must be of first-class quality
mil be delivered nt tho Barracks of tho
Satioual Gunrd in such quantities its niny
lit UMjuiied from time to time, subject to
2fce inspection of tho ConmiUsnry Officers.
All tenders must bo endorsed "Tenders
br CommiKsnry Supplies."
Tho Minister of Foreign Affairs does not
Mud himself to accept the lowest or any
HENRY E. COOPER,
Minister of Foreign A flail s.
Foieigu Office, February 17th, 1S00.
All Government Unices throughout tho
Ofpublio will bo closed on SATURDAY,
J'bninry 22, 1S90.
.1. A. KINO,
Minister of tho Interior.
Interior Offlco, February 17, 1SMJ.
3i Evei)ir;2 Bulletin
- DANIEL LOGAN. Editor. l
TUESDAY, FEB. 18, 189G.
Only one jnrring note litis been
Heard in connection with tho re
aront benefit by "Wirth's circus to
Uco. AV. Do Long Post, G. A. E.
21 comes in n letter from a goutlo
ainu who hrul bought two tickots,
moW in ndvauco when no seats had
Icon reserved, yet who was com
Tjclled to bring his wife homo
:from tho tent, without their hav
g seen tho show, becauso, ns ho
ras informed, the seats woro all
saserved at tho Hobron drugstore
tumo days before. Tho comi)lain
amt further accuses ono of tho
iretorans with having rudely in
tervened to prevent his taking tho
alairs to which his tickets woro
jfroaumed to entitle him. Having
Sboown this veteran for many
33rs as a man of good disposi
tion, tho Bulletin considors
fftat public censure would bo too
revere for such a fault as our
onrrospondont charges him with.
(Did soldiers may not always mako
ifto best iishors for a crush of poo
dle at eithpr a public ,or a private
inthering. From tho facts givon,
iowovor, there is no doubt that
3iis gentleman and lady htyvo
tauso for making complaint.
"Sloro have lately been other
similar occasions of popular
grievance in the matter of seats at
ilrfj i 8931! SPeCIALt-V FOR THS J
public entertainments. Regula
tions' should bo adopted to provont
thoir recurrence somewhat on tho
following gonoral principles: 1.
No resorved Beats to bo sold with
out duo notico having been givon
of tho timo and placo of reserving.
2. AVhon a buyer pays tho same
prico as is charged for resorved
Boats, without being informed that
ho has tho privilege of reserving
a- seat or scats, his monoy to bo
refunded if tho management do
not provido him with satisfactory
Boating accommodation. 3. A re
gister to bo kept of buyers of re
sorved seats and, in tho caso of
parties, of the individual names of
each party numbering moro than
five. 4. A distinct plan of all re
served seats to bo oxposed at tho
place of ealo, each reserved seat to
bo distinctly mrtrked thereon at
tho time of sale, and tho rule
observed of " first como first
served. " Somo such system will
prevent a great deal of onnoyanco,
both to patrons and to malingers
Two discovories, ono directly
and tho other indirectly, of ap
parently the greatest importance
to tho medical world have lately
been announced. The first is Dr.
Edson's cure for consumption,
and tho other tho moans of photo
graphing through opaquo sub
stances of organic matter. Maiy
cures of tho blighting scourge of
tho age, consumption, havo been
recorded in the few mouths sinco
Dr. Edson made known his dis
covery. Tho discovery in photo
graphy reported from Vienna
must prove of tho highest value in
both medicine and surgery, en
abling tho practitioner to locato
nnd diagnose intornal maladies
and deal with foreign bodios, bul
lets for example, in tho human
system with tho greatest precision.
. Botweon .GrGshnm dead and
oausuury living mo AuveriiBor ib
in great distress.
TitiAii I'oit ittA!sr,Au;nri;ie.
Continued from 1st 1'ayc.
tho bonofit of my health; noticed
that the ongino upset (laughter);
it had a rocking motion and thou
wont over; I was looking for a
soft place to fall on (laughter);
had two ribs broken; wont to on
gino to turn off steam bo it would
not oxplodo; saw Kaanaana under
tho engine; did not notico any
thing poculiar about tho track be
fore tho accident, as I was only
admiring tho Bconery; do not re
member of defendant's saying
something about bad condition of
tho track; believe I did testify at
preliminary examination that he
had blamed tho track; train was
goiug between nino and ten miles
an hour, necessary to incroaso
Bpood to go up tho grade; judge of
speed by' average speed of the
Gross-examined: Could not
say; if steam was on or off when
train was running from old "Vai
hoe mill to tho bridgo; was not
watching Walsh's hand but ad
miring tho scenery; this might
have made my judgment of speed
at fault; had no suspicion or
fear until tho 'engine rocked;
simultaneously with the wobbling
tho engino wont over; she made a
lurching movement and thou went
over; did not notico anything un
usual in tho motion of tho cars
ahead as they passed tho point
where tho engino upset; think Lia
was away ahead on or near tho
front car; did not notice if ho was
running about tending tho brakes,
if I had been driving tho engino
would havo noticed his move
ments. S. Mnnle, who saw tho accident
from his house, testified: Man on
front of train did not movo from
car to car just boforo tho accident.
Hugh Howoll testified: Am a
civil engineer; was at tho placo
of accident half an hour after it
happoned; wont with Mr. Camp
boll tho head luna; Mr. "ValBh and
somo natives; ongmo was lying on
side of a fill about two and a lialf
feet high, tracl was considerably
torn up; examined cars and Baw
nothing wrong with them
that would havo caused
the accident; appeared to
bo about CO or 70 foot from whoro
engino lay to placo of first dam
age to tho track; noticed a burr on
inside of rnilut n joint within a
curve, and I judged that is whoro
the ongino wont off the track, as it
was above thoro that tho ties first
showed marks of tho whoels;
"Walsh told mo this was something
ho had been expecting for somo
timo, as tho road was m very bad
condition and at that placo tho
ground wns soft, he said that just
as ho opened tho throttlo to drivo
tho ongino up tho grado sho gavo
a lurch and began to rock violent
ly, and tho next thing ho know
sho wont over on her siuo; ho said
sho was running at about ton
miles an hour. ("Witness hero
gavo his college and railway re
cords; ho had served in con
struction and maintenance on
tho Southern Pacific Railway.)
Mr. Dole questioned the wit
ness as to general principles af
fecting tho safoty of running en
gines. Mr. Kinney objected that tho
witness was introduced as an ex
port on construction pf roadbeds
and not on tho running of trains.
"Witness was thou asked to state
what ho know about tho roadbed
whoro tho accident happened : The
bank was very scant in places, tho
snncl having been blown or wash
od away; tho rails woro not pro
perly joined and they exhibited
sharp angles, and tho spiking was
done in a way that, however well
it might havo boon laid originally,
tho track was in a condition that
made it dangerous for tho running
of trains over; a now road would
not bo as Bafo as hn old
ono until tho ground Bottled;
it is much safer to pull cars than
to push them up a grado or round
a curve; never hoard but ono dis
senting opinion on that point,
that was at tho preliminary exam
ination in this caso. (witness
illustrated tho principle in ques
tion witli a ruler hold by himself
and Mr. Dole at either end.)
Q. "Would it be reasonably safe,
or would it be dangerous, to push
a train of fifteen cars up a four
percent grado and round a four
teen degroo curve, upon a track
such as you havo described?
Mr. Kinney objects and tho ob
jection is sustained.
Witness: Had a number of
conversations with defendant bo
fore the accident, and ho com
plained about tho roughness of
tho road and its unsafely ; I told
him to bo careful, but said nothing
about tho number of cars or
Cross-examined: I worked on
this road within ton days or two
wooks before tho accidont, at tho
placo whoro it happened; I told
Walsh tho road was pretty rough,
that it was constantly getting out
of alignment, that tho banks woro
not wido enough; Walsh did not
necessarily got his idoa of tho
dangor from my remarks; did not
toll my omployor that tho road
was "dangerous," but that it would
bo a hard road to keep in good
order: I told Mr. Wells that and
that it was not in good order, this "I
was 0119 week ueloro tho accidont;
I put in stakes at this locality to
show whoro tho banks should bo
filled up, it was none of my busi
ness to attend to tho work of con
struction; 1 told Mr. WoIIb a wook
boforo tho accident that ho would
havo to keep a largo gang of mon
at work to keep tho track in good
condition; that tho banks woro too
narrow and tho modo of laying
tho rails made it difficult to pro
Borvo alignmontjbecauBO they woro
strained at tho curves after laying
instead of having been bent by
blows or machinery; it was not
my business to warn the employees
of danger; was not in tho omploy
of tho Wailuku Sugar Company
at tho timo of tho accident; went
to tho scono at Dr. Raymond's re
quest; ho said ho had a very bad
caso and wanted mo to tako Bomo
Rocoss wos taken a fow minutes
after 12 until 1 o'olock.
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
'I 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
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.
We 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
LINEUM 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 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 S00 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.
Opposite Spreckols' Bank,
NO. 307 FORT STHEET.
Avdion Sales by .". F. Morgan.
On Friday and Saturday, Fob.
28th and 29th, at 12 o'clock noon
each day, at my salesrooms on
Qnoon street, I will hold saloB of
Roal Estate, comprising lands in
Honolulu and throughout tho Isl
Parties desiring to diBposo of
Real Estate at these Bales will pass
in their lists as early as possible
Jas. F. Morgan,
1st Lot and BulHlncs nt tho foot of Punch
howl Btrect,I houto rented at $15 per montli;l
house rented at ?12 per montli; 1 liouso rented
nt ?18 per montli. Tlieso nrc low tcntals.
2nd House, and lot nt Aula near tliuSt
Louis College, rented at $12.50 per month.
3rd Hoiifo and lot nt Anln, rented at $12
4 tli Tnro land nt Knmnkcln, planted with
taro, about 1 acre. Last j car's crop gold for
5th 20 acres of laud on .Tudit street ad
joining the resldcuco of A 8 llurtwell Esq.
The whole property command n line view.
As an Investment, eau be divided Into smaller
lots at a large profit.
Ctli. I Plcco of Land nt Knllhl near King
street, containing 8M00 acre, Part of IK P.
1)510 L. C. A. I01US to Nahlnu.
A Splendid residence site.
7. Lots 4 and 5, Ulock 25, on tho Pcnin.
Biila, Ponrl City.
8. 45-100 acres Tnro Lnuil nt Pnnnnl,
above Judd street.
9. 7 0-10 acres of Land nt Kallh', partly
plantod to pineapples.
10. G Building IoIh nt Knlilii on Kaili
nvonuo, near King stieet. SUo of lota GOx
100, Government water laid to lots.
No, 11, Lot No, on Lolinn avenue,
Penrl City, cominnmlii a lino view of tho
city and Peail Ilurbor,
Important Salo of Coffee Lands, Cane
Lands, Rico Lands and House Lots.
By order ot owners In leo simple of tho
following designated property, I will sell at
Public Auction atmy Sales-ltoom, on Friday,
February 28, 1S90, at 12 o'clock noon of said
day, the following properties:
1st Nino Shares In the II11I of Holnaloa,
Komi, Ilanall, which contain about ISO
Acres; a part of It Is very good Coffee Land
and second to none In Komi for Coffee, being
a part of Kulcann 7713 to Victoria Kama
inalu. 2nd All tho undivided one-half of Wong
Wn Foy in Apnna 'I described In ltnyal Patent
C373 on L C. Award IiftS to Kalaeonc, con
taining an area of 1 70-100 Acres, at Walklkl,
Oahuj the piece being leased for 10 years
from November 1st, 18S0, at $50.00 per
3rd All tho undivided one-fourth Interest
of Wong Wa Foy In Koyal Patent
.1117 to Katnohomolio, containing an area of
47 100 Acre, at Walklkl, Oahu; the piece be
Iti leased to Kong Man Wal for $20.00 per
year, for 10 years from 1889.
4th SA2 Acres In S Kornv, Hawaii, and be
ing the Ahuuuon of Kauleoll, near Ilonau
nau, about 100 acres good Cofleo Laud; the
rest Is good for pasturago and house-lots; the
land has a good hea-Bshery. There are two
good houses on land and wells. There are
5 acres of old Coffee In bearing. The crop
of 181)5 amounted to about l.'JOO pounds; there
uro also nbout 10 acres of new Co tree.
5th 88100 Aero at Kalihl, described In
Royal Patent S0C3 to Kuo F. Campbell; and
lying on tho Ewa side of Mrs Cockctt's land.
0th Five Lots at ICapatama on the Tram
ways lino. Tho Lots are SOxUO; one lot has a
houso on, and Is rented at $120 per annum; If
a $300 liouso bo built on each lot, they would
earn $120 n lot, a better Investment than any
kind of stock.
7th Five Lots In Knmanuwal, situated
80 feet from Bcrctanla street. The lots uro
nbout 3500 square feet each; one lot has a
houso on, there Is a road 20 feet wldo leading
from Uerctanla street along these lots.
8th A part of Nuunnu stream, lying mau
ka of Smith's bridge, and part dry land run
kal of Lal.Say'a Joss House; the lot Is about
120 feet bv 258 feet. In case tho Nuuanu
stream Is moved over as decided by tho Gov
ernment, this will be a lice investment.
0 tli. C54 acres In tho Ahupuna of llono
kua, including 80 acres which wcro set Ja part
for thu seller; 30 acres of it Is planted with
Coffee, the crop of which for 1805 was over
5000 pounds: tuo estimate for 1807 is about
15,000 pounds; thero uro two bonses on tho
premises, ono n dwelling house and one for
tho laborers', there is also n" water tank of
5000 gallons. Thu 80 ncro lot is walled up,
the rest are pasture and forest lands.
10th Seven Lots at Knllhl. Tho lots nro
50x100 and lylup innKul of Hose street, and
on the Ewa side of D 11 Kahaulcllo premises:
nnd moio particularly described in Royal
Patent 3548 to Jerry Couglihn; tho lot may
be sold In whole or In separate lots.
11th A lot of 200x200 feet on Kalihl or Ka
mehamcliu IV road, maknl of tho Kalihl
church; the lot Is fenced ou all sides; It Is the
I2th Thu undivided four acres of Wong
Wa Foy In Koyal Patent 2130 to Kamahlal
and I.nnl, of those piemlscs situated at
Wullua, llllo, Hawaii; the whole premises
being leased to tho llukulnii Plantation by
lease dated March 13th, 1SU3, and recorded
in Liber 140, page 487, at $2.25 per acre per
annum; tho rent due to Wong Wa Foy's
share Is not paid yet.
I3th The undivided one and one-halt
acres of Wong Wa Foy lu lloyal Patent 010
to Manuhoa in those piemlscs situated at
Kamaee, llllo, Hawaii; the whole lot of 22.2J
ncres being leased to the Hakalau Plantation,
by lease dated March I3th, lb'JI), and record
ed In Liber 140, pago -lb!), at $,'.iri per aero
per year; tho rent due 011 Wong Wo Foy's
eharu for the last year Is not paid.
For further particulars apply to Wong Wa
Foy at Whig Wo Tal & Company.
Jas. 3j Morgan,
Dated Honolnlii, Feb.3,lM0. 217-td
COFFEE ESTATE AND LANDS
I am directed to sell at Public Auction on
Wednesday, May 37, '96,
'at 12 o'clock noon of said day at my sales
rooms on Queen street, In Honolulu (unless
sooner disposed of at private sale) tho follow
ing described property, namely:
A tract of land of about 2,300 acres in fee
simple situate at Kolo and Olelomoana 1 In
South Kona, Island of Hawaii, about eight
tulles by a good road from Hookcna, ono oi
thu largest village In Kona. There- is an ex
Auction Sales by Jas. F, Morgan.
cellent landing on the land Itself from where
the coffee and other produce could be shipped
and n good slto forn mill near tho landing.
Fifty acres of land nro in cofleo. Roughly es
timated thero Is about seven hundred acres of
splendid coffee land lying all on ono block on
both sides of the Government Road. Eight
hundred acres lying nbovo and to tho East of
tho soven hundred acres above mentioned is
also excellent land nnd although at n higher
altltudo Is no doubt also well adapted for
coffee culture. The lower land below tho
coffco belt Is suitable for pineapples and sisal.
Thero Is a drying house, store and work
rooms, a Gordon's Pulpcr, laborers' quarters
and water tanks at the plantation, and tho
land Is partly waited. There Iibb never been
any blight on this land, although coffeowas
planted a great many years ago. Old residents
of Kona like tho lato D. U. Nahlnu, J. W.
Kualmokn and others have testified to this
fact. Thero is a sea fishery appurtenant to
Olelomoana 1. .
Terms cosh or part of tho purchase prico
can remain on mortgage at eight per cent per
annum. Deeds and stamps at the expense ot
A map of tho property can be seen and fur
ther particulars obtained at my sales rooms.
J. F. MOEGAN,
Under instructions from tho Ilowniinu Gov
ernment, 1 will sell nt Publio Auction,
at my Salesroom, Queen street, on
Monday, Feb'y 24th,
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M.,
Cut G-lass and
FROM THE REIGNB OF
Comprising a Largo Vnrioly of Histori
Jas. F. Morgan,
'-'20 til Auctioneer.
Mortgagee's Notico of Intontion to
Forecloso and of Salo.
rr OTICEI3 HEREBY GIVEN THAT BY
41 vlrtuu of a power or sale contained
II inn certain mortgage dated tho 13th
day of April, A I) 18!M, made by APUA
(k) o Late, Koolauloa, Island of Oahu, to A
Jaeger, Trustee, of Honolulu, Island of Oahu,
aforesaid, recorded In tho office or the Regis
trar of Conveyances, In Liber 83, folios 408
470, tho said A Jaeger. Trustee, intends to
forecloso said mortgage for n breach of the
conditions In said mortgago contained, to-wit:
tho non-payment of both the principal and
Interest when due.
Notice is also hereby given that nil nnd
singular tho lands, tenements and heredita
ments in said mortgago contained and de
scribed will be sold at public auction at the
auction room of James F Morgan, on Queen
street, in said Honolulu on WEDNESDAY,
tho 10th day of FEBRUARY, A D 1S00, at 12
o'clock noon of said day.
The property in said mortgage is thus de
Ml those four pieces or parcels of land situ
ate at said Lale, containing an area of 74-100
of an acre more or less, and being the same
premises more particularly described by
metes nnd bounds In Royal Patent No 0521,
Land Commission Award No 10,822 to Pel; n,
and that wero Inherited by said Apuo (k) from
his mother Puakalua who was tho daughter
and sole heir-at-law of said Peka.
A. JAEGER, Trustee,
Terms Cash. Deeds at expense of purchaser.
For further particulars apply to
J. M. MOSSAltltAT.
Attorney for Mortgagee.
Honolulu, January 24th, 1800. 229-2t
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