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EVENING BULLETIN, FEBRUARY 21, 189G.
"Will Lo received nt the Oflice of the Minis
56r ol the Interior until 12o'elook nobn,
Jcbiunry 23th, 1890, for printing and
Mndlug the lioport of the Minister of tho
interior for tho yenr ending December Hint,
Bids must be nt ho much per pnge matter,
including plain tabular mntter without
jnleB, and so ninrh per pngo for rule ntul
Paper to be lirst clnss book, sny 44 lb.
' Sample for style of printing nnd MSS cnu
J io seen nt tho iLtcrior Office.
The Minlittcr of tho Interior does not
liind hiiiHolf to accept tho lowest or any
J. A. KINO,
Minister of the Interior.
Interior Office, February 21, 1800.
Sale of Public Lands.
On S VTUIIDAY, March21st,nt 12 o'clock
rioon, at front entrnnco of Judiciary Build
g, Honolulu, will bo sold tho following
pieces of lands
1. Lot in Waianac, Onbu, containing 0
J-10 of mi acre. Upset price, $010.
2. Lot iu Waianac, Oahu, containing 44
.100 of nu acre. Upset price, $100.
.1. Lot nt penshorc, Wnianno, Oahu, nt
'Jio nioiitb of the river, containing 4 ntrcn,
Ppset price, 8100.
Tlio talo of Lot 3 is upon condition that
pure! nser v ill within olio year from dnto of
jxiichiise, elect upon tho laud n building
rmitnlile for purpose of small hotel, to no
somu'.odato not less than twolro persons.
Plans snowing rtboo lands for snlo may
loKvn nt the Public Lands Ofllce, Jmli
nary Ilnilding, whcie further particulars
tuay be obtained.
J. F. BItOWN,
732 3t A gont of 1'nblio Lnnds.
Sl7 Euer?ir; Bulletin,
DANIEL LOGAN. Editor.
FRIDAY, FEB. 21, 18.
LATKST I'OIILICiN SBS.
Continued from 1st Page.
Tho Mnybrick comniitteo lina
aabmitted an exhaustive presonta
iiou of Il io. Alny brick's case to tho
3Iome Secretary, presenting now
.ncl important matters for hiscon
nideration. Prince Boris, eldest son of
J'rince Ferdinand of Bulgaria,
aras baptized with great ceremony,
wcording to tho rites of tho ortho
dox church, at Sofia on Friday.
Tho French Cabinet on a vote
tii want of confidence was sustaiu
ml by a voto of 82G to 43.
In reply to Irish mombers of
Vio Commons, Homo Secretary
iJidloy said he could not grant
iimnesty to tho Irish prisonors.
Li Hung Olmng will represent
tiho Emperor of China at tho coro
nation of tho Czar and may visit
ifto United States on his way homo
A revolution has taken nlaco in
oCorea followed by disorder.
British, French and American
aiarines havo boon sent to Seoul.
Tho king stays at tho Russian
Rogation. A now Cabinet has been
farmed and a mandate ordering tho
(Kecution of tho former Ministers
ias been issued. Tho uprising
5ook place on Fob. 11, and tho
2'ieinier and Boven oflicials woro
Fire caused a loss of four mil
Son dollars and five lives in tho
aity of Guayaquil, Eouador,
A rumor that tho British woro
going to evacuate the country
mused disquiet nmounting almost
-to a panic in Egypt.
Forty lives woro lost by tho up
aotting of a ferry boat in a flood
m tho Brisbane river, Quogiib
iknd. Natives of threo Tahiti islands
tjlarted an insurrection, encourag
h&, it is said, by British traders.
They hoisted tho British ilag at
no place. A French warship
. ' -A1frt
'.yf.. ' :
S.r'JiMt?yrU. VT30.. f&J
camo along and shot away polos
and Hags. No sholl Avas used, as
it was not desired to kill anybody s
The robols had Hod to tho( moun
tains out of danger, leaving the
flags Hying. On two of tho isl
ands tho natives had promptly
submitted on tho approach of tho
DYNAMITE IN OIJIIA.
A lottor received by tho Cuba
Junta in Now York says the robols
took Bayamo on Jan. 9. Finding
tho enemy outnumbered them two
to one, thoy withdrow and forced
their way in by tho uso of dyna
mite. Tlioro woro 320 Spaniards
killed by tho explosion and nearly
as many wounded.
Tho now Captain General,
"Weylor, is going to call non-combatants
into tho towns, so as to
lcavo tho country froor for milita
ry action. General "Weylor is
putting his army in readiness for
There woro 5100 soldiers em
barked in Spain on the 13th for
Stories of outlawry by robols
aro rifo in Havana.
A young American in Milwait
kep has received a letter from his
undo in Palu, Armenia, telling
him of a massacre that Btarted
Nov. 28 and continued three days.
Tho young man is told of tho
murder of malo and abduction of
female members of his family.
Nearly all tho Armenian inhabi
tants of tho town, Ouzounaba,
wore killed and those that stayed
there turned Mohammedans,
Tho Supremo Court has decided
that Holstcin's and Young's peti
tions bo heard together.
Tho California team only mado
103!) points in tho match with
Hawaii. Tho latter wins uy u
Ship Konihvorth, Baker, clear
ed from San Francisco for Hono
lulu on tho 1-lth. Steamer Alt
more for Hongkong via this port
sailed from Astoria the same day.
Ogura it Co. havo reconcd a
cablegram by tho Australia saying
that, owing to defects in her
machinery ,tho Gaisen-maru would
not be sent to Honolulu, but in
.her place tho Bhiyoda-maru
would sail on tho Mth. The sub
stitute -will bo duo hero about tho
Wirth's v Circus
A CAIID. Mr. Wirth regret very much
that lie has in the past announced the hut
nppcarniico of his Company In Honolulu and
lieu the time comes finds himself through
tho nou-arrlval ofstcimcr compelled to an
Positively Last .Appearance
But he respectfully clntms the Indulgence of
the generous public, as he is entirely iu the
hands oftlie steamship company, that ar
rangements have been complvttd to take tho
Circus to Japan, who contldmtly state that
their stcaircr WILL LEAVK HONOLULU
- - NIGHT
WILL DE ABSOLUTELY
The Last Performance
A MAMMOTH FltOOKAM OF PICKED
ITEMS. A HKGULAlt HON
The Introduction for the First Time of the
(Iteicntly presented b Hon W H nice, and
tralmd by Mr Alf Pt Leon) which will be
ridden bareback over lurs, gates and hur
The Javan'e&e MumI, as the
English. Fox I-Iunter.
POPUI.AU PWCES: Clian.!. Gallery 25
NOTICK-Chairs cuu be puichascd and re
served nltliout extra tbaruo at the Circus
olllce from 10 a m SATl ItDAV. 283-lt
HfiVE YOU TRIED IT?
JUST THE THING FOR BREAKFAST
Cooked Rolled Oats.
Tug original brtind.
DifTerent from und hotter than any othor hrand,
(Jtf Vat sale hy all Leading Grocers.
PKAWK B. PETERSON & CO.
S F. AGENTS
1,4 ' 1
For It !
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AT PEARL CITY
ATUryDAY, FEB. 22,
piJOFEOR jpg tf . PRICE,
The World's Champion Aeronaut.
With tho Lnrgest Balloon in
5000 ft. 5000 ft. 5000 ft.
is tho Height nt which ho
will loavo the Balloon,
hnnging to a Single Tra
pezo Bur. Wonderful
Feats will bo performed
during the descent.
BE3? Pkofkssok Price
is tho hero of over 500
Balloon Ascensions and
hos made two trips around
tho World exhibiting in
nil tho Principal Cities.
J2? Excursion Trains
will leave O. R. and L.
Depot at 1:45 aud 3:00
fare for "y;
INCLUDING S I
TO BALLOON I '
Inflation of Balloon at
3:45, Ascension at 4:15
Great Society Event!
Positively Farewell Appearance of tho
Monday Eyenlng, 7cb. 24, 1895
AT 8 O'CLOCK,
Under the Auspice nnd IX All) of the
One of tho most deferring Charitable Socle
tic in Honolulu, on which occasion
His Excellency President Dole
and Mrs. Dole
Have kindly extended their patronage and
will he present
PKOF. ZAMLOCK wilt present a
Double Program with Mnny Nciv nnd
. Tickets, - - $100.
E2f No Kxtra Cliarire for Reserved Scats.
On rule at the llobron Drue Company.
Fch 10, 1890. 1 white horse, branded (CP)
on tlit rlht side of thu neck.
Feb 111, 1FW1, 1 unlirandidsornl mnre, white
strlpu on forclicud, white right hind leg.
Feb 10, 1800, 1 black horse, branded In Chi
nese diameter on left hind leg, white stilpe
on forehead, white spot on back, white bind
All persons owning the above-mentioned
anhnnU aro hereby notified lo present their
claims within tho time specified by law, fall.
Ing which, tbey will be bold at nubile auction
at tho Go eminent pound at Maklkl
on Saturday the 7th day of March, 1890,
at 12 o'clock noon.
Excursion & Dance
FEBRUARY 22d, 1896.
Tickets $1.00 for Salo nt Hurt & Co. nnd
Hubsch will meet train on return from tho
Grovo. , 227-7t
FOIt SALi: 1IV
nt 45 oonta per lb.
Ring up Tel. 317, or loavo orders
" l , with Qonrfnlvea & Co.
Avetion Sales hy Jan. I Morgan.
On Friday and Saturday, Feb.
28th nnd 20th, nt 12 o'clook noon
ench day, nt my salesrooms on
Queen street, I will hold snlos of
llonl Estnto, comprising lnnds in
Honolulu nnd throughout tho Isl
ands. Pnrtios desiring to disposo of
Eenl Estnto nt those sales will pass
in their lists ns early ns possible.
Jas. F. Morgan,
1st Lot and Iltitldlnps at tho foot of Punch
bowl street, I houso rented at ?I5 per month;l
homo rented at ? IS per month; 1 houso rented
nt $18 per month. These aro low tcntals.
!hid Houso and lot nt Aala near the St
Louis College, rented at $12.50 per month. .
'Aid Houso and lot at Aala, rented at 812
4th Tarolnnd nt Knmnkcla, planted with
taro, about 1 acre. Last jear's crop sold for
Mil 29 ricres of land on Judd street ad
joining the residence of AS llartwill Esq.
The whole property commands n lino A lew.
As nil Investment, can be divided into smaller
lots at a largo profit.
(itli. I Piece of Land at Knllhl near King
street, containing 'JI-lUO ncrc, Purt of 11. P.
yjlOL. C. A. IOI'lS to Nnlilnu.
A Splendid residence site.
7. Lots 0 and 7, Block lo, on tho Penin
sula, 1'eurl City.
S. -ir-100 acres Taro Land nt I'tumui,
nbovc Judd street.
0. 7 0-10 ncros of Land nt Knllhl, partly
planted to pincnpplts.
10. G Building lots nt Knlihi on K.iill
nvcuuc, near King street. Si.e of lots f0x
100. Gnvernmeut water lnld to lots.
11. I.nt No. 18 in Block No. 21,
lV.irl City, commands n line- viow of tho
city nnd l'enrl HurLor,
12. 3 Itcsidcnco Sites nt Avtwnioliniu,
on lnuo lending from Funchliowl tdreet.
Aien about 0000 hqunro feet each.
Important Sale of Coffeo Lands, Cane
Lands, Rice Lands and Houso Lots.
By order ot owners In leo simple of the
follow hnr decimated lironertv. I will sell at
Public Auction nt my Snlc-ltoom, on Friday,
rcuruary -3, isno, nt vi o'ciock noon ot said
day, the following properties:
1st Nino Shares In the Hul ofllolunloa,
Kona, Hawaii, which contain about 180
Arres; apnitof It Is very good Coffee Laud
nnd sicoud to none In Kona for Colli e, being
n part of Kuleaua 7?I8 to Vletoila Kama
nialu. 2nd All the undivided one-half of Wong
Wa Foy In Apana 1 described in Hay til Patent
f873 on L C. Award I7.1S to Knlaeouc, con
taining an area nf 1 70-100 Acres, at WnlMM,
Oahu; the piece being leased for 10 jears
from November 1st, 1880, at MO.OO per
3rd All the undivided one-fourth Interest
of Wong Wo Foy In Hnjnl Patent
:iII7 to Kainoliomoho, containing an area of
47 100 Acre, at WalMI.1, Oahu; the piece be
ing leased to Kong Man Wal for &J0.O0 per
year, for 10 years from lb89.
4tli SOS Acres In S Kona, Hawaii, nnd be
ing the Ahupuaa of Knulcoll, near llonati
null, about 100 acres good Collcc Laud; the
rest Is good for pasturage and house-lots; the
land has n good sea-tlslicry. Tbere nrc two
good houses on land and wells. There nro
5 acres of old Collcc In bearing. The crop
of 1893 amounted to about 1300 pounds; there
nro also about 10 acres of new Coffee.
5th 83100 Acre at Kallhl, described In
Itojal Patent SCO:) to Kue E Campbell; and
lying on the Ewa side of Mrs Cockett's land.
Otli Five Lota at Kupalama ou tho Tram
ways lino. The Lots are 50x90; one lot has a
house on, nnd Is rented nt $120 per annum; If
n W0 bousu bo built on encb lot, tbey would
earn SIS0 n lot, a better Investment than any
kind of stock.
7th Fho Lots In Kamanuwat, situated
80 feet from llcrctnnla street. The lots ure
about SttOO square feet each; one lot 1ms a
house on, there Is a road 20 feet wide lcatltng
from fliirctanla street along these lots.
Mb A part of Nuuanu stream, ljlng mau
kn of Smith's bridge, and part dry laud mu
Kat nf Lai Say's Jost House; the lot Is about
J20 feet by 258 feet. In case the Nuuauu
stream Is moved over as decided by the Gov
ernment, this will be a line Investment.
0th. 051 acres in tho Ahupuaa of Houo
kuu, Including 80 acres which were set n part
for thu seller; 80 acres of it Is planted with
Coffee, the crop of which for 1895 .was over
5000 pounds; the estimate for 1897 U about
15,000 pounds; there aro two houses on the
premises, one a dwelling bouse nud one lor
tho laborers; tbcre Is also a water tank of
5000 gallons. Tho 80 aero lot Is walled up,
the rest nro pasture and forest lauds,
IOtli Seven Lots nt Kallhl. The lots aro
50x100 aud lyiuf niiiknl of Unsc street, aud
on tho Ewa sldo of 1) II Knhaalello premises;
and more particularly described In Kojai
Patent 11518 to. Jerry Coughlin; the lot may
be sold In whole or hi separate lots.
Iltli A lot or 200x200 feel on Kallhl or Ka
mclnimchn IV road, makal of tho Knllhl
church; tho lot Is femed on ill sides; It Is tho
best lot at Kallhl.
I2th Tho undivided four acres of Woucr
Wa Foy In Hoynl Patent 2W0 to Kamahlal
and Lanl, of those premises situated at
Wnltua, Hllo, Ilauall; the whole premUts
being leased to the Itahalau Plantation b
lensu dated March lilth, I89J, and recorded
In Liber HO, pnge 487, ut W.25 per ncrc per
annum; thu nut due to Wong Wa Foy's
sbaro Is not paid yet.
1:1th Tho uiidhlded ono nnd one-halt
acres of Wong Wn Foy In ltojnl Patent 010
to Manuhoa In those picmlscs situated at
Kamaee, Hllo, Hawaii; tho whole lot of 22.2:1
acres being leased to the Hakalau Plantation,
by lease dated Marih Mth, 1893, and record
ed In Liber 140, pngo 480, nt $2.25 per aero
per year; tho reut due on Wong Wa Foy's
share for the last year Is not paid.
For further particulars apply to Wong Wn
Foy ut Wing Wo Till & Company.
Jas. F. Morgan,
Dated Honolulu, Feb. S.lbiiO. 2I7-td
5 ESTATE AND LANDS
I am directed to sell at Public Auction on
Wednesday, May 27, '96,
at 12 o'clock noon of said duy at my sales
rooms on Queen street. In Honolulu (unless
sooner disposed of at private Pule) the follow
ing described property, namely:
A ti net of land of about 2,800 ncres In fee
simple situate at Kolo nud Olelomonna 1 In
South Kona, Island of Hawaii, about eight
miles by a good road from Hookcna, one o
thu largest illages In Kona. There Is au ex-
i'''"11' ul'l' ' - " -
Auction Sales by Jas. F, Morgan.
cellent Intidlngnn the land Itself from whero
the collcc nnd other produee could be shipped
iihI u good situ Torn mill near tho landing.
Fifty ncres or land aro In cotTeo. Ilougbly es
timated there Is about seen hundred acres of
splendid coffee land lying nil on ono block on
both sides of the Government Koim!. ,'Elglit
hundred ncres lying ntwo nnd to tho East of
the sccn hundred actcs above mentioned Is
a!o excellent land nnd although at a higher
altitude Is no doubt also well ndnptcd for
coffee culture. Tho lower land below tho
coffee belt Is suitable forplncapplcs and sisal.
There Is a drying house, storo nnd work
rooms, n Gordon' Fulpcr, laborers' quarters
nnd water tanks nt the plnntntlon, nnd the
land Is partly walled. There has never been
any blight on this hind, although coffeo was
planted a great monyycarsago. Old residents
of Kona like tho Iato O. II. Nahlnu, J. W.
Kualmoku and others have testified to this
fnct. There Is a sea fishery appurtenant to
Terms cash or part of tho purchnso price
can rcmnln on mortgaze atchiht per cent per
annnm. Deeds and stamps nt the expense ot
A tnnn nt f 1m nmtui.1. nnn Iu. aaa. ...1 f..
, tUcr particulars obtained nt my sales rooms.
J. ?. M(3EGrAN,
Under instructions fiom tho Hnwoiinn Gov
ernment, 1 will sell nt Public Auction,
nt my Salesroom, Queen street, on
Monday, Feb'y 24th,
AT 10 O'CLOOK A. M
Cxvt Glass and .
PKOJr THE ItEIONS OF
Kamehameha III, IV, V
Comprising n Largo Vnrioty of Histori
ffjGr Articles will 1k on viow nt my
Salesroom ull clny Saturday, Feb. 22d
Jas. F. Mohoan,
220 td Auciioneer.
Reduced from $3 to $2 per Doz
B. F. Ehlers & Co.
New : England : Dinner
GIVEN BY THE
Ladie3l Temperance Union
FEIMY, FEB. 2.2.(1,
Jktween 5 and 0 P. .
Cor. Hotel and Itiohnrd streets.
PIES ami PUDDING ETUA.
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