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EVENING BULLETIN, FEBHUAIIY 20, 189G.
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SALE OF PUBLIC LANDS
Xotieo in hereby given that on S VTUlt
IMY, Mnicb.21, lSDO, nt l'J o'clock noon,
at front ciilmtico of Tmllcmry Untitling,
Honolulu, will be sold tho following pieces
Lot 1. IViuiliitKalilii, District of Koua,
Oahu, being a portion of hunl of Kahauiki,
niikai of the Government lload to Y.via,
containing -I 2-10 acres. Upset price S'JOOO.
Lot '1. Land in Maalo, District of Kan
po, Maui, containing 2 4'J-IOO acres. Up
set prico $'17 00.
Tetmx. Cash In U. S. Gold coin.
Plum allowing nbovo lands for srdo mny
bo hPon nt tho 1'ublie Lauds OAlce, Judici
ary lluildlug, where further particular. mny
also bo obtained.
.1. 1 . IH10WN,
2.17 -at Agent of Public Lands.
Will 1m uceiwd nt tho Ollico of tho Minis
ter of the Interior until 12 o'clock lmoii,
l'lhinnry 2th, ISOd, for printing nnd
binding the lioport of tho Minister of tho
Interior for the year ending Decenibei .'list,
Kids must I io lit so much per pago mnttcr,
Including plain tnbulnr mutter without
uiles, and wi much per p.igo for rule uud
1'iipn to bo first class book, say A 1 lb.
Simple for stjlo of piiuting mid MSS can
bo scon nt the Interior Ollico.
The Miu'sttr of the Iutoiior does not
bind himself to accept the lowest oi any
J. A. KING,
Minister of tho Interior.
Interior Ortlce, February 21, Ib'Hi.
Si Euei)ir2 Bulletin,
DANIEL LOGAN. Editor.
WEDNESDAY, FEB. t0, 18915.
A REVENUE CUTTER.
One K,i tho limttiii'b that sliutild
bo ooii-idorod tit tho present ses
sion of the Legislature is thnt of.
n re ('nuo i-nttor Such n conveni
ence would bo a valuable nb&et to
tho Government, and might fairly
bo regarded as ono of tho objects
of expenditure undor tho proposed
national loan for public improve
ments. Tho Honolulu harbor tug,
that hns hitherto boon used for
tho purposes of a revenue cutter
ought novor bo sent boyoud tho
towing limits of tho harbor.
There is always n possibility of
injury befalling shipping in Iter
absence, and besides a tug
boat and a cruisor are entire
ly ditl'oront things Whether
tho importation of opium bo lega
lized under license in pluco of
prohibition or not, tho possession
of n revenue- cuttor would often bo
found of great utility to tho Gov
ernment. Eor extending succor
to mariners in distress
at a distance, for ollicial
visits to public works, for carrying
military or polico to scones of
disturbance, for tho pursuit of
suspicious craft, or for other pur
poses, in tho interests, of tho Gov
ernment or of humanity, which
may easily bo imagined a swift
littlo steamer would be of great
valuo. It is a public improve
ment that has been desired by
Hawaiian statesmen for many
ycais, yet no administration has
found tho -way cloar to making
its procuring a definite proposi
tion. Let a point bo now strained,
ovon if tho military has to bo
. tfjaaswi:- .a
AWL-K - -. "VMivJ.N
slinvcd down a littlo inoro thhn is
promised, to procure n rovumio
tiii: liVirsr vno.n Hawaii.
Item orintrreRt Coiulenrril from tb
G. II. Williams, Into deputy
sheriff, is now polico captain at
Tho mnsquerndo ball at Spreck
ols' hall Inst Friday evening wns
n grand success.
Another arc light 1200 cttndlo
powor hns been placed at tho cor
ner of Spreckols block.
A petition to tho Legislnturo is
in circulation asking for tho light
ing of the town by electricity.
Tho Portuguese mill will begin
grinding next Monday. Cane
cutting in the Piihonua fields be
gan last Friday, February 21st.
Tho Hilo Electric Light Com
pany are going to put in. in con
nection with their present plant,
ico making apparatus to furnish
ice to tho whole town.
Tho grading of Front strcot
still continues. After tho com
pletion of this work it will bo a
model drivowav, tho only fault
being its narrowness.
The Electric Light Company
linvo nearly run out of material
and light capacity and yot only
about one-half of the orders have
Mr. Joseph Yieira'- household
is in moiinng for tho death of a
littlo baby girl, which occurred on
Saturday at Dp. in. Tho funeral,
which was quito large, took pluco
at 2 p. in., Sunday.
Tho Jnpnncbo Consul-Genoial
was in Hilo for n few days last
week. Ho visited tho volcano.
Whilo hero ho imestigated vari
ous complaints of injustice made
to him 1)' his countrymen. Ho
expressed himsolf as well satis
fied with the treatment accorded
the subjects of the Mikado in and
throughout tho district of Hilo.
Ilmiiilliiii l'rotrctlte AnnovIuIIoii.
At a mooting of workmen held
in tho American League hall last
night about twenty-fivo signed the
roll of this now organization, and
J. L. Carter was elected chair
man, A. Clark secretary and W.
Tho following committees wore
appointed: Constitution and by
laws, Messrs. Phillips, Clark,
Donnelly, Burkott and Farroll;
hall, Messrs. Clark, Farrell and
Tho object of tho association is
tho protection of mechanics and
worlangmon from tho ovils result
ing from Japanese and Chinese
Tho Hawaiian band will give a
moonlight qpneert at Thomas
squaro this ovoning, for which tho
following program is announced:
1 Overture "Poet and Peasant".. ..Suppc
2 Duct "Kxcvlsior" ll.dfe
3 Polka "Hannah" ltulincr
4 Selection "Marltana" Wallace
PAllT II. ,
5 Fantasia "Awakening ol the Hon"..
0 (iaottc "Hamburg" Crlbulka
7 Waltr "TbeTyrolcun" Zeller
8 March "Double Kjgle" Wagner
A laootl Tnlii:;.
Now, don't ou make a mistake by Imagin
ing that eoiiio beers mo Just an good aa
"lltlnler" or "Olympic." llemeiiner that the
Seattle lire win',' nnd Mulling Co liue made
It n study ol how to brew onlj tlie purest and
liftiltlili'Mt hli r Otlo'i-a mm lrv to liultnli
luit can tliey v I'urhnpx, It) rolling on tlielr
luui:iiiatloii. II tliat'n the caie, all artist
ought neer be out off iixli He could diuiv
money an) time he wanted to.
To put It brlcllj, you had bcttir let tome
one cfie do the hiiagliiini;; gf-u to It that )ou
net tho best and purest and In that way jour
health will not lie apt to miller
HAVE YOU TRIED IT?
JUST THE THING FOR BREAKFAST
Cooked IoJled Oats.
Tho origniul bruncl.
r ETTOIO CJS.
Ditreient from and hotter than any other brand,
J3ST" 1'or fcnlo by nil Leading Grocers.
PRANK B. PETERSON & CO.
8 F. AGENTS
For It !
Mr. Wirth has lunch plensuro hi announ
cing that ho linn arranged to givo tho
GltUATlMT AND MOST
liver presontcd in Uouolnlu,
aturdaif tifMnm, Feb, 29,
GatcH open at 2. Coninicnco nt 3.
Distinct Attractions !
SCCNf s IN THE WILD WEST,
wintH s circus coMPANr Alio
THE 0ENSAT1ONAL BALLOON ASCENT.
A Gigantic Programme!
- and t horso ltomiin bareback Htandilig
ractHi lly Ii.ihl Sing, 1. II. Montgomery,
Alfrod St Leon nu t Kachil. Lady and
gentleman hurdlo racing: lly uiergbern ol
Wirth'iJ Circus. Lxcitmg cowboy h' race
winner rcceict $10; opui to nil Hawaiian
cowboyn. hxhilntiun of picking up objects
from the ground. Inhibition u hmKolng
by Huwuli.iu Nativen. Hiding buck jump
ere; $.") prlen ill be given to nil winners.
l.ntrauco free to nil competitors.
18 NOMlinilS IN T1IK AUEN'A BV
WlltTII'S ClltUUS COMI'ANY.
g& Entri-R rectived for competitors
from TODAY up to 1 11IDAY, nt tho Circus
TKHMINATINO I1Y TlI- SI.NSATIO.nAI.
And 1'iiriicliiite Docciit It.V
thi: iamou ai:ujnaut,
Luder the SuperwHion of L'lof. J, V. 1'in.o.
AilmlN'Inii to Suit i:iTl lioily.
Oenpral admission to ground 2." cents;
admission to grand stand 2.1 cents extra;
admission to iesercd chairs .IO cents extra.
Sei.ciL Holders of lescnod chairs and
giand stand tickots can havo free access to
tho iuclosuro where tho tnauimoth balloon
is iullnted. 1 or tramway anaugemeuts
see daily uovrHpiiporti.
J. J. CAMERON,
2."17-td General Manager.
:- A LARGE -:
Elegent display of
Watches aud Jewelry,
Of overy description.
I hao just rccoived a vory fino nnd com
plete lino of now goods, which, for quality
and price, wcie
In Honolulu, The handsomest lot of
Ever seen here.
ROB ROY ULAIflJ dLOC
From Ono Djllar Up.
J. E. GOMES.
2.17-lw 40!l FOltT bT:
i... 1IY THE....
Honolulu Cricket Club
.... IN THE ....
THISTLE CLUB UOOMS,
Saturday Evening, February 29th,
At 7.S0 o'clock.
Tickets, - 81.50.
Can now be obtained from Members of tho
Commlttio unit at the Golden ltulu llaza.ir.
Consoliflatea Sola Water Co., L'i
Corner Allen & Fort Sts Honolulu.
HOLLISTER & CO.
Auction Sales by Jn. I' Morgan.
Walcli This Mho!
Oh Friilny nnd Sntunlny, Fob.
28th mid 29th, fit 12 o'clock noon
ench day, nt my salesrooms on
Queen street, 1 will hold snleB o
etil Estate, comprisiug lauds in
Honolulu nnd throughout tho Isl
ands. Parties desiring to dispose of
Ileal Estnto-nt thesosnles will pass
in their lists ns early ns possible
Jas. F. Morgan,
1st Lot and lliilldlngs at the Toot of Punch
bowl ntrcct,I lioiisu rmtul at JI5 per montli;l
hoiiftc rented at i'J per month: 1 houau rented
at ?1!j per month. These are low lentals.
'2m IIoufo and lot at Aala near the St
Louis College, rented at $li.,.!() per month.
!!rd IIoiic ami lot at Aala, rented at $12
Ith Taro land nt Kamakcla, planted with
taro, about 1 acre. Last year's crop sold for
Ath '.'!) ncteit of laud on ,Tudd street ad
joining tlie residence of A S llartll Eij.
Die whole property coinmanils a llueleu.
As an Investment, can be (li Ided Into smaller
IoIk at a large profit.
(!th. I l'lcce of Land at Kallhl near King
street, containing m-100 acre, Part of It. V.
Itt III L. C. A. IU4M3 to Nahlnu.
A Splendid residence site.
7. Lots 0 and 7, Block 2.1, on the l'enin
snla, l'earl City.
8. 4."-100 ucrei Taro Litid nt l'uuuui,
above Judd street.
1). 7 (1-10 nciCH of Land nt Kalih', partly
planted to pineapples,
10. r Building lots at Kalih! on Kaili
aeuup, near King street. Sie of lots fiOx
100. Government water laid to lots.
11. lot No. 18 in Block No. 21,
l'earl City, commands a lino uew of tho
city nnd l'cnil lli.ibor,
12. 3 Ittsidence Sito nt Auwaiolimu,
on lane leading finin Punchbowl Hlitet.
Aica nliout (1000 hqumu feet cueh.
H Tlie Naone premliesnt I'niim. On tic
main Pauon Hoad. Size of lot looxUoo. A
tio storj dwelling liutise on the property
1'rein i. es formerly oecuphd liy Mr. 1. Opfcr
gell. 14. 1 1 lleshlcnce lots at Kallhl In front of
nsldciire ol (ico MnrMiatii. One lot sle
UoxlSo liat a large tuo stm duelling house
15. 'in Hesldenee sites at Knlllil, adjoining
resilience of .Mrs akulua. size of lots
Important Sale of Coffee Lands, Cano
Lands, Rice Lands and House Lots.
lly order ot owners In leu simple of the
following designated propcrt J, I will sell at
Public Auction at my Salcs-ltoom, on Friday,
February 'ii, 1611(1, at 12 o'clock noon of said
day, the following properties:
1st Nine Shares In the Hul orilolmiloa,
Koni, Hawaii, which contain about b(J
Acres; apirtof ltlciy good Collee Laud
and second to nonu In Kona lor Colftc, being
a part ot Kuleaua 7713 to Victoria Kama
main. 2nd All tho undUided one-half of Wong
Wa Foy In Apana i described In llojnl Patent
OSr.lonLO. Award 17!S to Kalaeonc, eon
taliilng an area of 1 7(1-100 Acres, at WnlMkl,
Oalm; tho piece being leased for 10 years
from No ember 1st, 18M), at J50.00 per
!!rd All the undi Ided one-fourth Interest
of Wong Wo Toy In llojal Patent
!tI7 to Knniohomolio, containing nil area of
47 100 Acre, at WalklM, Oahu; tho piece be
ing leased to Kong Man Wal for ?20.00 per
j car, for 10 j ears from lbS'.i.
Itli Mi Acres In S Kona, Hawaii, and be
ing the Almpuaa of Kaulcoll, near lloniui
nuu, about 100 acres good Colleu Laud; tho
rest Is good Tor pasturage and house-lots; the
land has a good eea-Dsiiery. There are two
good houses on land and wells. There are
0 acres ol old Collie In bearing. The crop
of IMITi amounted to about MOO pounds; theiu
are also about 10 acres of new Cotlee.
5th 8.1100 Aero at Kallhl, described In
lloyal Patent UGU'l to Kuo E Campbell; and
lying on tliu Ew a side of Mrs CocUett's land.
0th I'ho lots at Kiipalamuon the Tram
ways line. Tho Lots are SUx'.H); one lot has a
house on, and Is tented at i'in per milium; if
a g'liK) house bo built on each lot, the) would
earn $120 a lot, a better Investment than any
Kind of stock.
7th 1'he Lots In Kamanuual, situated
80 feet from Derctanla strict. Tlie lots are
about S5U0 sipiaro feet each; one lot has a
house ou, there Is a rood 20 feet wide leading
f torn llerctaula street along thcxe lots.
8th A part of Nuuanu stieam, lying mau
ku of Smith's bridge, and part dry land ma
kal of Lai Say's Joss House; the lot Is about
120 feet by 2.13 feet. Ill easu the Nuuanu
stream Is inotvd out as decided by tho Gov
ernment, Hits will be a nr.c investment.
(lib, (IVI acres in the Almpuaa of llouo
kiiu, lucludini; bll acres which were set (a p.ut
for the seller; '') acres of It Is planted Willi
Collee, the crop of which lor lbU5 iasour
5000 pounds; tlin cstluiate for lb!)7 Is about
15,000 iouii(U; there nrutwo houses on the
liremlses, one a dwelling house ami one tor
the laboreis; there Is also n water tank of
5000 gallons. The SO acie lot Is walled up,
the ict aio pasture uud forest lamU.
10th Sccn Lots nt Kallhl. Ilielotsaie
50x10,1 nnd lylui innkul ol Hose street, and
on the l'.ua side of I) II Kahaulello prcmlsis;
and nun e paitlcularly described In Koyal
Patent 35IS to Jerry Cougldm; the lot may
be sold In whole or In separate lots.
llth A lot ot 200x200 feet on Kallhl or Ka
mehamelm IV road, makal of tlie Kallhl
church; the lot is fenced ou all sides; It Is the
best lot at Kallhl.
12lh The undivided four acres of Wont:
Wa Foy In Uoyd Patent 2130 to Kamaldal
and Laid, ot tho-o piemlses situated at
Wiillua, Illlo, Hawaii; tho whole piemlses
being leasid to the Ilakalnu Plantation by
lease dated Maieh 13tli, lS'.KS, andreeordid
In Liber 110, page 487, ut S.23 per aeie pel
annum; tho rent due to Wong Wa Foy's
share la not paid yet.
I.ltli The undmded ono and one-hall
ocrcs of Wong Wa Foy in Hoy al Patent 010
to Mtinuhoa In those piemlses situated nt
Kamaee, Illlo, Hawaii; the wholo lot of 22 2H
acres being leased to the Ilakalau Plantation,
by lease dated March 13th, lb'JJ, and rccoid
eil In Liber 140, page IVJ, at W.25 per acre
per year; tho rent duo on Wong Wa Foy's
shaiu for the last year Is not pild.
Tor further particulars apply to Wong Wa
Foj ut t'ng Wo Tal .t Company,
Jas. "F. Morgan,
Dated Honolulu, Fcb.8,l8v0. 217-td
Avrlinn Sales by Jas. 1 Morgan.
COFFE55 ESTATE AND LANDS
I am directed to sell at Public Auction on
"Wednesday, May 27, '96,
at 13 o'clock noon of said d.iy at my sales
rooms on Queen stieet, hi Honolulu (unless
sooner disposed of at prhate sale) the follow
ing described property, namely:
A tract of land of about 2,300 acres In fee
simple situate at Kolo and Olelomoann 1 In
South Kona, Island of Hawaii, about eight
miles by a good road from Hookena, one of
tho largest villages In Kona. There Is an ex
cellent lauding on the land Itself from where
the cotree nnd other produce could be shipped
and a good site for a mill near tho landing.
Fifty acres of land are In codec, ltotigldy es
timated there Is about seven hundred acres of
splendid codec laud lying nil on one block on
both sides of the (lo eminent Itoad. Eight
hundred acres ly lug nbic and to tho Eastof
the sccn hundred actes above meiitlonid Is
nbo evcellcnt land and although at n holier
altitude Is no doubt alo well adapted for
codec culture. The lower land below the
coffee belt Is suitable forplncapplcs nnd sisal.
There Is n drying houe, store and work
rooms, a (ioi don's Piilpcr, laborers' ipiartcrs
and water tanks at the plantation, and tho
land Is partly walled Thete hns never been
liny ldulit on 'his land, although coffee was
pla iteil acruit imiivycnrsBL'o. Old residents
nf Kuiii h.i I. late 1). II Nnhlnii. J. W.
KiiiniiHiku it i. i'i t Inv tist.llwl to this
fi'i'. T' r i m titlmy appurtenant to
'Irrinfi i r j art of (he puitlinre prlio
can icin. In mi mortuai-e at ciuht per cent per
niiuiiiii DiuUitiul slumps lit the epense ol
A iiiupuf the property cm be si en and fur
thci p-rihulais iilittiiiieil ut my sales looms.
J. 1 iMOEGAN,
Rciluced from $3 to $2 per Doz
J. P. HODRIGUES,
Fort Street, opposlto llaekfcld's.
. I WILL
A Now Lot of Nice Goods Just
ltecoived. Clonning and Re
S.L.B. de Hawaii
ALL HILLS AGAINST TIIU
Should bo picseuted nt any time
Board of Directors
Tmtouau P. O. Box 219.
V. O. TEIXEIRA,
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