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EV33NTNG BULLETIN, FEBRUARY 25, 1890.
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51? Evepir Bulletin,
DANIEL -LOGAN, Editor.
TUESDAY, FEB. !, 18'.).
After previous tho article on tho
icport of the Minister of Financo
wns in type, Minister J5ainon de
IBvered his budget speech
and it was published in
till in this paper. This
speech elucidated so much of tho
contents of tho roport as to render
tiuuecessnry a largo part of tho
fwticluion of tho synopsis begun
in that articlo. There aro a low
Mitero:-tii)g figures in tho roport
Jtich aro not given in tho speech.
Hero is an abridged comparative
Sable of imports from all countries
ior the years 18!) 1 and 18!)5:
T?.S I'Viric I'M
Sieat Itatwi. .
i'liiim . .
M, 124,213 (13 $
.171. 1 0"
122, SO I
3, ICU 42
Totnl . . .
'Che foregoing shows an increaso
of Sl(32,02S.9i; in tho value of itn
jwrts from tho United Statos in
-1S93 as compared with tho
devious year, but an increaso
rl only SSUG.ll from all countries.
3n view of roceut discussions it
'Is important to know that tho im
portations from Japan increased
iy 823,258.07, which is nearly all
as valuo of spirits paying duty
Kftd bonded. Tho valuo of Jap
anese spirits imported in 1895 wus
555,890.(18, an increaso of $21,
!2J3.49, or just $1,905.58 less than
o increaso on all importations
3rom Japan. Thero was at tho
Mrao timo u decrease in spirits
imported from tho United States
of $lt!,7-18.(JG, or $4,5-11.83 short of
i&o increase in tho same articlo
iiroin Japan. Tho imports of
spirits from Great Britain foil oH
5,010.05, so that thoro is an al
7oet exact correspondence between
dio total decrease in spirits from
ifco United States ami Great Bri
ftan and tho increaso therein from
Japan. When wo take tho total
ief spirits paying duty and bonded
imm all countries, howovor, tho
sapid ascendancy of Japanese
3Hquor is moro strikingly illustrat
sd. Thero was a decrease in valuo
spirits from all countries in
1895 of S19.-10, notwithstanding
'F1!;1 iiira.nnmm.-- MniHiijiijiiiinnm minium inn mm mim jrwl
ri OtLlCA ft ' 1. " DfLICIOa ' SVk DAUNTS t "T T H
i: y l llMl SPECIALL- FOR THQBAHtel
If mntHlaunzTrii, will prWe their m,eriF ' VlC
tho largo increase of $21,2D3.1!) in
tho value oE spirits imported from
Tho following table improvised
from tho roport will show tho
classification of imports:
Goods frees by
treaty if 2,738,213 (IS $3,01 8.7i" 42
duty 1,300,471 32 1,378,93.'. fill
duty 141,812 45
Goods bonded 60,381 00
Spirits bonded 110,73(103
Goods freo by
Civil Codu.. 1,209,530 35
Tho great falling off in tho im
ports from both Canada and Aus
tralasia do not indicato that in
crensed steamship communications
aro certainly promotivo of trade.
"Othor countries," whichovor thoy
aro, exhibit an enormous increase,
being no less than $18,32(!.78 in a
total of S21,7!):J.20 for 1805. Isl
ands of tho Pacific show an al
most similar decrease, being $20,
nrt'. from a total of 2 1,570.21
I'niti.ic vu:tii M'oui.s.
liiinian Illlipixlrollie. Wild WcMMion
Hlllt Itllll (Ml II AM'CIIhIuII.
On Saturday noxt there will bo
given at tho baso ball grounds ono
of tho grandest sories of perfor
mances ovor seen in Honolulu.
Wirth's circus company and
Prof. Price and Burns will offer
such a list of attractions as wero
never shown hero before.
Thoro will bo n groat Roman
Hippodrome, racing round a
thirty foot track on tho backs of
two, three and four horses, in
which all of tho star performers
will tako part.
Athletic sports of all kinds nnd
a great "Wild AVest show, depict
ing tho rudo life of tho Plains;
Indians, cowboys, and all of tho
many interesting features of that
wonderful region, whoro tho howl
of tho coyoto is mingled with tho
war whoop of tho savage and tho
crack of tho riilo. Cash prizes
will bo given to outsidors who
wish to compote in tho games,
riding, picking up objects from
tho ground whilo on horseback,
Tho whole will conclude with a
balloon ascension by Wilfred
BurnB,champion aeronaut of Aus
tralasia. Mr. Burns will perform
ina marvoloiiB manner whilo in
midair and descend in his para
chute from a great height. Prices
will bo moderate and refresh
ments can bo had on tho grounds.
Entries for tho contests freo to
A llooil Tiling.
Now, don't you mako a mistake by Inmu'ln
hit; Hint some beers are Just its (,'ooj as
"Keinler" or "Olympic." Itcmcmocr that tliu
Seutlle Hruulnsiim! Maltluc Co. have nmili
it a stlldv ol how to lircw nnlv tin. tinnt iml
! healthiest beer. Others may try to imitate.
but can they r Perhaps, by rch Ini: on their
imagination. 11 that's the case, an urtltt
oiiRht never be out ofcash. He could draw
money anytime he wanted to.
Tonut Itlnlrdy, you had better let some
one else do the Imoulninjr; see to It that you
get the best and purest and in that way your
health will not he apt to sutler.
For It !
will bo given by
KI$ KiTE FIELD
at Knutnnknpili Church
Tuesday Eve, Eeb. 25, 1896
AT n P. M.
- SI -OO
for snlo nt Hnwntinn
Hotel and Hobron
"EVeniqg -: With : DiceziiS."
DiolccnH tho Actor; Dickens the Dramatist;
Diukons tho Jonrniilist; Dickens, the
Novelist; DickouH, tho llerrymaker;
Dickens, tho Walker; Dickens, tho
Fiicnil; Dickons, the Letter-Writer;
Dickcns'x Household Words' Dickens's
l'liiicies; Dickens's Stylo; Dickens, thu
l'oot. ltecitation: "Hymn of tho Wil
shiro Laborers." Dickens's Children;
Dickens's Animals; Dickens' Women;
Diokous's Christianity; Dickens's
Homo nt GmVs Hill. Peroration:
Dickon's Grnvo in We4tmiuster Abbey,
Cool and Sparkling I
It will Hiirnriso those- who like
liter to hear that it is not a mo
dent invention, It was mado by
tho Egyptians inuny of hundreds
of years before tho Christian era,
as well as by tho Greeks and
We have received it from tho
Anciout Gauls, who wore gtoit
drinkers, as well as feeders. Un
doubtedly tho iiho of Heer was
common as early as thu ufo of
Enterprise is - -
- - the Best Beer.
The Pantheon Saloon
Itccoived a largo consignment of
that favorite bovcrngo by tho Ans
Two For 25c.
WE OFFER FOB SALE
New .", Shipment
Of tho Well-known
H. HACKFELD & CO,
Kort Street, opposite IlncKfcld'e.
A Now Lot of Nice Goods Just
IJocoivcd. Olonning nnd llo
Auction Stiles by Jus. F. Morgan.
On Frldnv nnd Snturdnv. Fob.
! 28th nnd 29th, nt 12 o'clock noon
ench dtiy, nt my snlesrooms on
Qucon Btrcot, I will hold sides of
llcnl Estntp, comprising lnnds in
Honolulu nnd throughout'tho Isl
nnds. Pnrtics desiring to disposo of
llonl Estnto nt theso snlos will pnss
in thoir lists ns early ns possible
Jas. F. Morgan,
1st Lot nnd Hulldlmis at tlio foot nd'uncli
bowl street, I house rented at $15 per montli;l
houc rented at f S3 per month; 1 home rented
nt ?18 per month. Tlicso are low icutnls.
-'ml IIoiiko and lot nt Anln near thu St
I.ouU College, rented nt $12..V) per month.
3rd House and lot at Aala, rented at $12
4th Taroland nt Knmnkela, planted with
taro, ubout 1 acre. I.nst jenr's croii sold for
5th "'J acres of laud on Jurtil street nd
ioliiini; tho residence of AS llurtuell Ksq.
Die wliolo property comninnds n lino view.
As an Investment, can be divided Into smaller
lots nt a Inrjfcprolit.
Illh. I Piece of Land nt Knlllil nonr Kim;
street, contnlnliiK'Jt-lOOncre, Tart of H. P.
: 1.. C. A. 1UI')8 to Nulilmi.
I A Splendid resldenco site.
. i jvfca u uuii , ujutii. .., uii inu x viiiii'
' onln Tnnt-1 O.itv
8. -lo-lOO acres Tnro Land nt l'nnnni,
nbovc Jmlil street.
9. 7 0-10 acres of Land nt Kalihl, partly
planted to pineapples.
10. 5 Building lots nt Kalihl on Kaili
nvounc, near King stioet. Sizo of loth COx
100. Government water laid to lots.
11. Lot No. 18 In Ulock No. 21,
l'earl City, commands a fine view of the
city nnd l'cail Harbor,
12. 3 Ilesidence Sites nt Auwaiolimn,
on lnno leading from Punchbowl htrect.
Area nbout 0000 squaio feet each.
Important Sale of Coffee Lands, Cane
Lands, Rico Lands and Houso Lots.
ny order ol owners In leo slmplo of tlio
tallowing (k'lgii:ili'd property, I will sell nt
Public Auction at my Sales-Room, on Friday,
February S3, 1SSHJ, at 12 o'clock noon of snld
day, the followlne; properties:
1st Nino Shares In the Hul of llolunlon,
Kona, Hawaii, Mlilch contain about 10
Acres; a part of It Is very good Coireo Laud
and second to nono In Kona for Collee, being
n pnrt ot Kulenna 7713 to Victoria Kama
lualu. 2nd All the undivided one-half of Won
Wa Foy In Apuna 2 deccrllied In Iloyal Pateiit
0S7!1 on 1. C. Award I7."S to Knlncone, con
tnlnlntr nn men of 1 711-100 Acres, at WnlMkl,
Onlm; tlio piece being leased for 1(1 jenrs
from November 1st, lSSil, at S50.00 per
3rd' All the undivided one-muitli Interest
of Wong Wa Foy In Hoyal Patent
!UI7 to Kainohomoho, containing an area of
47 100 Acre, at WalKlkl, Oaliu; tbo pieco be
ing leased to Kong Man Wnl for ?20.00 per
year, for 10 j ears from ISS'J.
4tb 302 Acres In S Kona, Hawaii, and be
ing thu Ahupuaa of Kauleoll, near llonau
nau, about IUO acres good Collco Laud; thu
rest Is good for pnsturngu nud house-lots; the
land has n good sea-llsliery. Tlicro arc two
good houses on land and wells. Tbcre aro
5 acres of old Coireo In bearing. Tliu crop
of lblrt amounted to about 1300 pounds; there
aro also about 10 acres of new Collee.
5th 8S10O Aero at Kalihl, described In
Royal Patent tiOftt to Kuo K Campbell; and
lying on tho Ewu sldo of Mrs Coekett's land.
0th FIvo Lots at Kaimlama on tbe Tram-
ways line. Tlio Lots aro SllxlK); one lot has a
house ou, and Is rented at $120 per annum; If
n 5300 houso bo built on cacli lot, they would
earn 8120 a lot, n better Investment than any
kind of stock.
7th FIvo Lots In Kam.inuwal, situated
80 feet from lierctanla street. Tho lots aro
about 85UU sipiaro feet each; ono lot bus a
house ou, thero Is a road 2u feet wldo leading
from Deictanla street along these lots.
8th A part of Nuuntiu stream, lying mau
kn of Smith's bridge, and part dry laud ma
kal of Lai Say's Joss House; Hie lot Is about
120 feet by iiM feet. In caau the Nuuanii
stream is moved over as decided by tho fiov
eminent, this will bo a line Investment.
0th. 051 acres In tho Ahupuaa of Hono
kua, Including 80 ucrcs lilch were stt Ja part
for tho seller; 30 acres of It Is planted with
Collee, the crop of which for 1MI5 was over
5000 pounds; tlio estlmulo for Ibu7 Is about
15,000 pounds; there aro two houses on tho
premises, one a dwelling houso and ono far
tho laborers; there Is also n water tnnk of
.WOO gallons. Tho fell aero lot Is walled up,
tlio rest are pastuie uud forest lauds.
10th Seven Lots at Knlllil. Tho lots aro
50.xIOU nud lyhif muknl ol Hose street, and
on the Kwa side of I) II Kahnulelio premises;
and moro particularly described In Itoyal
Patent :!5I8 to Jeny Coughhu; tho lot may
be sold In whole or in separate lots.
11th A lot of 2O0.20O feet on Kalihl or Ka
mehumclm IV road, makul of tho Kalihl
church; the lot Is feueed on all sides; It Is thu
best lot nt Knlllil.
I2lh Tho undivided four acres of Wong
Wa Foy In Hoyal Patent 2IS0 to Kamaldai
and Laid, of those premises situated at
Wnllua, HIlo, Ilnwall: tho wliolo mcmlxcs
being leased to the Hakalnit Plantation by
lease dated .Maich 13th, 1M3, and recorded
In Llbei U0, page 487, nt M.sJS per acre per
iiniiuin; tho rent duo to Wong Wa Foy's
share Is not paid yet.
I3th Thu undivided olio nnd one-hall
ncrcsof Wong Wa Foy In Hojnl Patent 010
to Mumihoa in those premises situated at
Knmaee, llllo, Hawaii; thu wliolo lot of 22.33
acres being leased to the Hakalau Plantation,
by leabe dated March I3th, 1803, and record
ed In Liber 140, pago 480, nt Sl.'Si per aero
per yenr, tho rent duo ou Wong Wn Foy's
Btinro for the last year Is not paid.
For further particulars apply to Wong Wn
Foy ut Wing Wo Tai fc Company.
Jas. P. Morgan,
Dated Honolulu, Feb. O.IS'JO. 2I7-td
COFFEE ESTATE AND LANDS
I am directed to sell at Public Auction on
"Wednesday, May 27, '96,
at 12 o'clock noon or said day nt 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 L',SuO acres In fee
simple sltuato at Kolo and Olclomoana 1 in
South Kona, Island of Hawaii, nbout eight
miles by a good road from Hookcna, ono ol
tho largest villages In Kona. Thero Is an ox-
lrioi Snlca by Jus. F, Morgan.
ccllent landing on the land Itself fiom where
the coll'ce nnd other prodtico could bo shipped
ind a good site for a mill ne.ir tho landing.
Fifty acres of land nre in collee. Koughly es
timated theie Is nbout seven hundred acres of
splendid collco Innd 1) lug nil on ono block on
both sides of tbo Government Itoad. Eight
hundred acres lying nbovc and to tho East of
tho sevtn hundred acres above mentioned Is
nlsn excellent land and nlthoiigh nt a higher
altitude Is no doubt also well ndaplcd for
coireo culture. The lower land below tho
colTee belt is suitable farplncapples nnd sisal.
Thero Is a drying house, store and work
rooms, n Gordon's Pulpcr, laborers' quarters
and wnter tanks nt the plantation, nnd the
land Is .partly walled. There lias never been
any Might on this land, although coffee was
planted a great many years ago. Old residents
of Kona Ilko tho lato 1). H. Nahluu, J. W.
Kualmoku nnd others havo testified to this
fact. There Is a sen fishery appurtenant to
Terms cash or part of tlio purchase prleo
can remain on mortgogo nt eight per cent per
annum. Deeds and stamps nt tho expense ot
A map of tho property can bo seen and fur
ther particulars obtained nt my sales rooms.
J. F. MOBGAN,
Reduced from $3 to $2 per Doz
A New Shipment
Cek'tatd Mineral Water
Just to lmnd per
H. HACKFELD & CO.,
For tho Hawaiian Islands.
Election of Officers.
ATTIIK ANNUAL MEKTING OF THE
Woodlawn Fruit Company, Limited, the fol
lowing ollleeis wero elected to servo for tho
Prnsldont V. W. McChesnoy,
Vice-l'resiclent A. W. Koec'h,
nul J. S. Walker,
Auditor J. H. Sclmack.
The above milters constitute tho Uonid of
J. S. WA I.KEIt,
Honolulu, February IS, 1890. Sltl'lvr
CONSTANTLY ON HAND.
7-vypi cgjjsapr' i
MButppoIifiUl I8Ht (Jo.
Consoliaated Sola later Co,, L'i
Corner Allen & Fort Sts., Honolulu.
HOLLISTER & CO.,
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