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EVENING BULLETIN, FEBKUABY 24, 1890.
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tcr of tho Interior until 12 o'clock noon,
I'ebruniy 2oth, ISOfl, for ptintliif ami
binding tho Itcport of the Minister of tho
Interior for tho yenr ending December Ills',
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including plain tnbulnr mutter without
rule, nml so much per pago for rule nnd
Paper to bo first class book, ny 4 1 lb.
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bind himsulf to ncecpt tho lowest or any
" J. A. KINO,
Minister of tho Interior.
Interior Oillce, February 21, lWKi.
51 Euei7ir;d Bulletin,
DANIEL LOGAN. Editor.
MONDAY. FEB. 'J I, lH'Hi.
JUMP FROM THE SKY.
Mid.vs or itAi.i.iiov ,s:i:m
am 1'Ait wnrti; jump.
I'mJo.-or 1'ilce I brill a Croud nt
1'iuri :iij ioi Up anon i'vviJ'
1'rof. Price nnulo u tnagnificnnt
ascension and thrilling parachute
tlo-cont at Benioml Orovo Satur
day afternoon. Tlio two trains
carried several hundred people out,
the last ono arriving at tho grovo
about ! o'clock. In fiftoon min
utes tho balloon was filled and
Prof. Price, stepping out of his
drossing room, clad in tights,
grasped tho bar of the parachute
trape.o. gao the signal, "Let go!"
and the monster balloon shot into
tho air. The circus band in at
tendance played "Up in a balloon."
At a height of about JiOOO feet,
tho line .connecting tho 'chute to
GOINfl UI' THE I'AKACllUTE CLOSED.
the balloon was unfastonod, and
down shot tho aeronaut. Ho drop
ped a hundred feet before tho
parachute opened, but tho ilight
was so sudden, and the anglo of
vision so acute, that from tho earth
it looked only a couplo of yards.
Tho rapidity of his descont aftor
tho parachuto opened, however,
showed that tho impetus pulling
against tho largo spread of canvas
was not nt all slight. Prof. Price
lauded among glue bushes near
tho house of Mr. Hughe", and as
lie struck the earth his parachuto,
still visible to the crowd at the
place of ascent, collapsed. Thoro
was an almost absence of wind, so
that tho aeronaut did not travel
more than a quarter of a mile
across country. Tho balloon, ro-
iika&Aiiii s. &&
, (tfe -
Hpm d of tho weight and no longer
lipid in an upright position, turn
ed over, collapsed and fluttered to
Many peoplo viowed tho ascen
sion from tho summit of Punch
bow 1 and other elevated points in
Honolulu, and saw it plainly
abovo tho intervening Moanalua
Another ascension will bo made
from tho Honolulu baso ball
grounds on next Saturday nftor
iiuon. "I shall mako a grand
gala day performance of it,' said
Prof. Price. "Mr. "Wilfred Bums,
of Wirth's circus company, who
has had years of experience as an
aeronaut, will mako tho ascont
and drop. 1 havd arranged for a
bnsoball game, athletic per
formance, and a number
of othor attractions, and I
will guaranteo that anyone- will bo
repaid to como out ami seo it,
nsido from tho grand finale tho
In an interview this morning
Prof. Price said: "I understand
that some oE your citizens have
raised considerable objection to
my ascending. T wish to state
that I have made ballooning a
OO.MINO DOWN THE l'AltAOHUTE
study for fourteen years, and have
ascended over live hundred times.
1 claim it to bo perfectly safo un
der my system. I have invented
an appuiatus which guards airainst
evory possible accident, from tho
bursting of my balloon to the
liability of being blown out to sea
by a gnlc. t am willing to meet
anyone in dobato and guaranteo to
prove to his satisfaction that 1 am
right. Peoplo are prono to talk
about such a matter, knowing
nothing about aeronautics, in a
manner that is foolish, and unfair
"T mako my living by my pro
fession and I know that I am not
endangering my life any more
than a railway brakoman, or a
sailor, or a man who drives a
team. Thousands are killed an
nually through accidents on
railways, but no ono thinks of
stopping tho operation of a rail
way. Thousands fall out of win
dows, but you still build houses
with windows in them. I can't
seo why these people should en
deavor to prevent my earning a
Prof. Price has invented an, air
ship for military use which ho is
going to offer to tho United States
government. Ho is now on his
way to America, his old homo bo
ing Springfield, Ills.
Wilfred Burns has had nearly as
much experience in ballooning as
Prof. Pnco, and they traveled to
gothcr for somo years.
Messrs. W. 0. Peacock it Co.
have placed on salo at thoir
saloons, tho Boyal, Pacific and
Cosmopolitan, tho eolobrated
Pabst Milwaukee draught beer.
It is ono of tho finest in tho world
and its excellent qualities have
gained for it an enviable reputa
tion. It is tho only draught beer
in Honolulu that is manufactured
east of the Bocky Mountains.
Tho Boyal, Pacific and Cosmopo
litan have exchangeable tokens so
that if you buy a glass of boor at
ono of them and receive a check
as change for your quarter it is
good for another glass at either of
the three places.
HAVE YOU TRIED IT?
JUST THE THING FOR BREAKFAST
Cooked Iolled Oats.
Tho original brand.
DiHeieiit from and bettoi tliuu any othor brand.
" TorHido by nil Leading Uiocers.
PRANK B. PETERSON & CO.
S "F. AGENTS
For It !
,,n,-.,; . li JiMfcfaiiTirtiiiiiM.tMN .1. if i i mi fir ....
Cool and Sparkling
It v ill surpriso thoso who like
Uetr to hear tbnt it is not a mo
dern invention, It wns mndo by
tho Egyptinns many of hundred
of years beforo tliu Christian era,
tin -well n by tho Qreoks nnd
Wo hno received it from tho
Ancient Gauls, who were groit
drinkers, na well ns feeders. Un
doubtedly tho uso of Itcer wns
common ns eaily mh the Ubo of
Enterprise is - -
- - the Best Beer.
The Pantheon Saloon
Iteceived n lnrgo consignment of
that fnvorito bovorntjo by tho Aus
Two For 25c
Great Society Event!
Posltlvcl) Farewell Appearance of the
Monday Evening, Feb. 24, 1895
AT 8 O'CLOCK,
Under the Auspices and IN Alt) of tlio
Ono of the most deserving Charitable Socio
tics In Honolulu, on wliL-li occasion
His Excellency President Dole
and Mrs. Dole
IIao kindly extended their pationage and
will be present
l'UOF. ZAMLOCi! will present n
Double Program with Many New nnd
Z3T" No r.xtia Charge for Ilcserved Scats.
On sale at the Hobron Drug Company.
will bo given by
BI$ KiTE FIELD
at Kaumakapili Church
Tuesday Eve, Feb. 25, 1896
n AT 8 P. M.
Tickets - - - 81-00
for sale at Hawaiian
Hotel and Hobron
"EVeniijg : With : Dioeitf."
Dickens tho Actor; Dickens tho Dramntist;
Dickons tho Journalist; Diokous, the
Novelist; Dickens, tho Morryuiakor;
Dickons, tho Ynlker; Dickons, tho
Friend; Dickons, tho Letter-Writer;
Dickens's Household Words- Diokons's
Knneies; Dickens's Stylo; Diokous, tlio
1'oet. ltecitntion: "Hymn of tho Wib
shire Lnboioi-s." Dickens's Childroa;
Dickens's Aniuinlsj Dickens's Woinon;
Dickens's Chiistinnity; Dickeu&N
Homo at Oud's Hill, l'eiorntion:
Dickon's Cirnvo in Wehtmiustcr Aubey.
WE OFFER FOB SALE
New :, Shipment
Of tho Well-known
H. HACKFELD & CO.
Avrthn Sales by Jm. i jlforgan.
On Friday find Saturday, Fob.
28th and 29th, 1 1 12 o'clock noon
each day, at my salesrooms on
Queon Btreot, I will hold sales of
ileal Estate, comprising lands in
Honolulu and throughout tho Isl
ands. Parties desiring to dispose of
Ileal Estate at theso sales will pass
in their lists as early as possible
Jas. . Morgan,
1st Lot and llulldliiKS nt the foot of Punch
bowl Btrcct.I hone rented nt JI5 per month:!
liotifto rented nt $13 per month: 1 hoii'o rented
nt $18 per month. These nro low rentals.
2nd House and lot nt Aula near the St
I.ouls College, rented nt $12.50 per month.
!lrd House and lot nt Aaln, rented nt ?12
4th Tnrolnnd nt Knmnkcln, planted with
taro, about 1 uerc I.nst jmr'i iron sold for
nth SO ncrcs of land on Judd street ad
joining tho ntldciicc of AS lliirtwcll Ksi.
The whole property command n llnele.
As an luNestmcnl, oaii bedUlileil Into smaller
lot nt n larjjo prollt.
fith. I l'lice of I.nud at Knlllil near KI115
street, contnluliiL' 'Jl-lUOnen, l'urt of It. 1'.
3"! M 1.. C. A. IOtlS In Nnlilmi.
A Splendid residence site.
7. I-ots () nnd 7, Block 2., on tho 1'oiiin
stik, l'cnrl City.
8. hl.lOO ncres Tnro Land ut l'uuimi,
nboc Judd street.
9. 7 0-10 ncrcs of Laud nt Knlih', partly
planted to piucnpplts.
10. 5 Iluilding lots ut Kalihi on K.iill
nvenno, near King strict. H10 of lots GOx
10O. Government water laid to lots.
11. Lot No. 18 in lilock No. 21,
Pearl City, commands n line view of the
city nnd l'cnil Harbor,
12. .'I Ilisidenco Sitos nt Auwniolimu,
on lano lending from l'unchbowl street.
Aien nbout GOOD mi tunc feet each.
Important Sale of Coffee Lands, Cane
Lands, Rice Lands and Houso Lots.
Ily order ot owners in leo simple of the
lolloulli deslgnntid propertj, I will sill at
l'ubllc Auition at my bnles-Itoom, on Friday,
February 2, lSOli, nt 12 o'clock noon of said
day, the follow In-; properties
1st Nine Shares in tho Hul ofllobialna,
Koni, lliwall, which contidn nbout Is)
Arres; n jurt of IiNmij jjood t'ollce Land
and si coml to none In Kon 1 for Co Hi e, belli);
n part ol Kuhaun 7TI" to Victoria Kama
main. 2nd All the undivided one-half of Wnng
Wn Foj in Apnun "J described in ltoynl Patent
Cb;) on 1. 0. Ah aid 17V to Kalneone, ron
tatnlni; an area of 1 70-100 Acres, at WulMkl,
Onim; the pleie beln; Iinsid for 10 jears
from A'm ember 1st. 1SS0, at i 50.00 per
old All the undivided oni-fourtli Intel est
of Wong Wn Foy In ltoinl 1'nteiit
!UI" to KauiohomohO, lontiilidin; an nun of
47 100 Acre, ut Wnlklkl, Oahu; tho piece be
ing leased to Kouc Man Wnl for S20.00 per
year, for 10 3 cars from lbS'J.
Itli !i2 crcs In S Kona, Huwall, nnd bv--liiK
the Ahupuaa of Kiiuleoli, near Uouau
mm, about 100 acres good Cnllce Lnud; the
rest Is pood for pnsturnfto nml house-lots; the
land has n good sea-llshcry. There nie tuo
good houses on land nnd wells. There are
ft neres of old Cotleo In beating. The crop
of 1805 smoiintid to nbout 1800 pounds; theie
tire also nbout IU ncres of neu Coireo.
5th 8S 100 A re nt Kallhl, described In
Rojal Patent oCC'5 to Kua 1'. Campbell; and
lylin; on tho En a side of Mrs Cockett's land.
0th Five Lots at Kapalam.i on thoTiam
wajsllnc. Tho Lots nro 5()xtK), one lot has n
house on, mid Is rented nt $120 pir nuntiui; II
u ?3n0 bouse be built on each lot, tho would
earn f!2l) n lot, u better Investment than any
kind of stock.
Ttb Five Lots In Kamanuvral, situated
80 feet from llcrctnnln streit. The lots uro
about 8500 equaro feet each; ono lot has a
bouse on, there Is a rond 20 feet wide lending
Iroui Utnctnnla street along these lots.
Sth A part of Nmiatiu stream, Ijlng mnu
ka of Smith's bridge, nnd part dry land ma
kal ofl.alSaj's Joss House; the lot Is about
120 feet In 253 feet. In case Ihu Xuuuiiu
stream Is moved over as decided by the Gov
ernment, this will bu a lir.e Investment.
Dili. 054 acres hi the Ahupuaa of Hono
kmi, Including 80 acres which were set a part
for tho seller; !i0 ncres of It Is planted with
Collce, the ciop of which lor 18!5 wns over
5(100 pounds; tin) tstlmnto for 18U7 Is nbout
15,000 pounds; there nro two houses 011 tho
premises, onon dwelling house and one lor
the laborers, there Is also a water tank of
5000 gallons. The fed aero lot Is walled up,
tho rest aie pasture and forest lauds.
10th Peven Lots nt Knlllil. Tho lots ore
50x100 and lying muku! ol Hose street, and
on the Kua side of D II Knhaulcllo picmlscs;
nnd more pnitleiikirly described In liojnl
Patent 854S to Jerrj Coughlni; the lot ma)
be sold hi whole or In separate lots.
lftlt A lot of 200x200 feet on Knlllil or Kn
mehtimehn IV road, mnKal of the Kallhl
church; the lot 1 fenced on ult sides; It Is the
best lot at Kallhl.
I2th The undivided lour acres of Wong
Wa Foy in Koyat Patent SDK) to Kamahlnl
nnd Laid, ol' those prmilsis situated nt
Wnlliia, llllo, Hawaii; tho whole pimlso
being leincd to the Unkalnu Plantation by
led mi dated March liith, I h'J.i, audieeorded
In Liber 140, page 487, at $2 25 per aeie per
mmum; the rent due to Wong Wn Foj's
share is not puld Jet.
I : J 1 1 1 The undivided one nml ono-hall
ncres of Wong Wn Foy In Itojnl Patent 010
to Mauuhoa in those picmUcs situated at
Kuinnec. Hllo, Hawaii; the whole lot of 2J.2.I
ncres being leased to the Hnknlau Plantation,
by lease dated March 18th, lb03, nnd recoid
eil In Liber 140, pago 48'J, nt f.25 jier acre
per year; the rent duo on Wong Wa Foy's
shnio for the Inst yenr Is not paid.
For further partlculnrs apply to Wong Wn
Foy nt iVIng Wo Tnl : Company.
Jas. P. Morgan,
Dated Honolulu, Feb. 3,lh00. 217-td
COFFEE ESTATE AND LANDS
I nm directed to sell nt Public Auction on
Wednesday, May 27, '96,
nt 12 olelock noon of said day at my sales
rooms on Quien street, In Honolulu (unless
sooner disposed of nt private sale) the follow
ing declined piopertj, namilv:
A liaet ot land of about 2,800 ncres In fee
simple situate nt Kolo and Olelomoanu 1 in
Eolith Komi, Island ol Hawaii, about eight
miles by a good road from llonkena, ouo of
tho largest villages lu Kona. Thero Is an ex.
lt(rj'oa Sulrs by Jus. l Morgnn.
eellent landing on the land Itself from where
the oiree nnd other pi oduce could be shipped
iiul n good site for a mill near tho landing.
Fifty acres of hind are In collce. Kouglily es
timated there Is nbuut seven hundred ncrcs of
splendid cotlee land Ijlngnll oil ono block on
both sides of the GovcrnutiiitKond. Eight
hundred acres lying nbovo nnd to tho Kastof
the seviu hundred ncrcs nbovo mentioned Is
nIo excellent land nnd although nt n higher
altitude Is no doubt also well adapted for
cofico culture. The lower land below tho
coffee belt Is suitable Tor pineapples and sisal.
There Is n drying house, storo nnd work
rooms, n Gordon's 1'ulpcr, laborers' quartern
find wnter tnnks nt the plantation, nnd tho
land Is partly walled. There has never been
nny blight on this land, although coffee was
planted n grcnt mnnr years ago. Old residents
of Konn like tlio late D. II. Naldiiu, J. W.
Kualmnku and others have testified to this
1?.CV There Is a sen fishery appurtenant to
Terms cash or part of tho purchnso prlco
can remain on mortgage nt eight per cent per
nnnum. Deeds nnd stamps ot the expense ot
A map of tho property enn bo seen and fur
ther particular obtained ntni) salts rooms.
J. P. MORGAN,
Reduced from $3 to $2 per Doz
A New Shipment
Celebrated Mineral Water
Just to hand per
H. HACKFELD & CO.,
For tlio Hawaiian Islands.
Election of Officers.
ATT1IK ANNUAL MEETING OF THE
Woodlnvvn Fruit Company, Limited, the fol
low lug olllcers were elected to servo for tlio
Pinsidont ,...F. W, McChosnoy,
Vice-President A. W. Kccch,
Auditor J. II. Schunck.
The nbovo otHi pm constitute the Hoard of
J. S. WALKEII,
Honolulu, Fcbrunrv l9, 1890. 2JMvv
CONSTANTLY ON HAND.
Meifopoliiaii 1bq1 Do.
CoBolilatetl Soda Water Co., L'i
Corner Allen & Fort Sis., Honolulu.
HOLLISTER & CO.,
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