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Public Lands Notice.
Notice is hereby given that the
following named lots, in Ponaha
wni and Olan, Hilo, Hawaii, will
bo eold at auction at tho oflico of
E. D. Baldwin, Hilo, Hawaii, on
tho 20th day of July, 189G, at 12
o'clock noon, under tho provisions
of tho Land Act 1895 for Cash
Lot No. Location. Acres Price.
1. Ponahawai 23 S 57.00
0. Ponahawai 53.5 321.00
8. Ponahawai 82.8 82.80
9. Ponahawai 10S.7 217.-10
12. Poualnwai 15.5 124.00
13. Ponahawai 17 13G.00
14. Ponahawai 40 138.G0
17. Ponahawai 2G.9 188.30
18. Ponahawai 33.4 233.80
19. Pouahawai 4G.9 234.50
21. Ponahawai 19.5 13G.50
Portion o lot ) - 0.() 0f)
0, Olna - -Mm
No person will be allowed to
purchase more tlmn ono lot, and
all purchasers must have tho
qualifications required of appli
cants under Tart VII of Land Act
One-fourth of purchase prico is
required immediately after tho
Particulars as to residence con
ditions, cultivation, etc., may bo
obtained at the oflico of the sub
ngont of Public Lands, Hilo, or at
the oflico of Public Lands, Hono
lulu. J. P. BROWN,
349-lt Agent of Public Lauds.
Public Lands Notice.
Notico is hereby given that tho
following lots of Government land
will be opon for application on or
aftor July loth, 189G, undor tho
provisions of the "Land Act,
1895," for Eight of Purchase
Leasos or Cash Frooholds:
Two lots of Agricultural Land,
suitable for coffee cultui o, in Kau
Lot 1 Containing 108 41-100
acres. Appraised Value, $325.25.
Lot 7 Containing 38 5-10acres.
Appraised Value, $115.50.
Applications for tho nbovo lots
will bo received at 9 o'clock a. m.
oE Wednesday, July 15th, at tho
oUice of the sub-Agout for tho 4th
Land District, Paia, Maxii.
Full particulars as to necessary
qualifications of ' applicants,
method of applying, etc., may be
obtained from tho Sub-Agont, Mr.
W. O. Aiken, Paia,or at the Public
Lands Office, Honolulu.
J. P. BJXOWN,
349-lt Agent of Public Lands.
Department of Public Instruction
Examination lor teachers' certificates of
both primary nnd grammar grades will be
brM In the High School, Honolulu, August
25Ui, SGtti and 27th, 189(1. Particulars os to
conditions, brunches uuil certificates can be
liail by prblH to the Deputy Inspector of
Schools. All teachers In tho employ of the
Department of Public Instruction wuo have
not valid certificates for the coming school
year are required to present them
elves for examination. This does not apply
lo those teachers who hold first class primary
certidcatus or their equivalents.
HENKY E. COOPER,
Minister of Public Instruction.
Honolulu, July Tth, 18'J0. 3UI-3t
.WILL HE RECEIVED AT THE OFFICE
of the Minister of the Interior till 12 o'clock
uoouof TnUHSmy, July 30, 1S90, for
the coustiuctiou of n Uoiul liom Makenu to
PUuii mul Specifications can bo soon at
tho Oflico of the Superintendent of l'nblio
WorliH, unit nUu at tin Offlco of tho Sheriff
. Tho Milliliter ibei uot bind himself to
accept tho lovest or nny bid.
J. A. KING,
Minister of the Interior.
Iutorior OOice, July 7th, 189(1. :H8-3t
Mil. WILLIAM A. IIENSHALL HAS
this day beon nppointed Notary Public for
tho First Judicial Circuit of the Hawaiian
J. A. ICING,
Minister of tho Interior,
lutorior Offlce, July 0, 1890. 318 3t
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51? Everjii Bulletin,
DANIEL LOGAN, Editor.
WEDNESDAY, JULY 8, 189(5.
Honolulu 1b truly in tho midst
of tho world. Tho princely en
tertainment givou its society last
night by tho oflicers of a national
vossel of Austro-Hungary, which
certainly novor moddles in Now
World affairs nor bothers itself a
little bitttvor tho Monroo doctrine
is in evidence. Tho United States
will not be jealous a particlo ovor
such Old World coquetry.
No romance was ovor written
more interestingly remarkablo
than tho simplo story of tho life
of tho lato Dowager Empress of
China. It will bo found in this
issue of tho Bulletin, and is
oopied from tho San Francisco
Eeal estate is not in anywise
dull in Honolulu. Its inhabitants
have hopo in the country.
MIt. WALUHON'H HUFF.
Secretary lcnr I'reaeulft the l.aiv and
1'nata of Hie Car.
Editoii Bulletin: Mr. Fred.
Waldron having seen lit to air his
grievances against tho directors
of tho Healani Yacht and Boat
Olub, in this morning's paper, I
tako this opportunity, for the ben
efit of tho membors and friends of
said club, to correct the misstate
ments mado by Mr. AValdron in
his communication. Sec. 3, art.
13, of tho bylaws of tho Olub,
has no application whatover to the
meeting of the. third instant, as
this meeting wns not a so-called
"speoial meeting of tho Club,"
but was n special meeting of tho
Board of Directors, which may bo
called at any time by tho Presi
dent, or by any iivo of tho Di
rectors. Tho statement of my having en
tirely disregarded sec. 3 of ait. 13
of tho bylaws, is thus seen to be
without uuy foundation what
over. Tho captain of tho Club is, in
accordance with the by-laws
appointed by tho Board of Di
rectors, has full control over
tho boats and houses, subject to
the supervision of tho Hoard of
Directors, boing directly respon
sible to them, and having to re
port to them all matters apper
taining to his oflico. At tho spe
cial mooting of tho Board on tho
third instant, from which only
ono mombor was absent, a number
of tho rowing membors who do
Bired to enter tho crow for tho
Fourth of July race wero present
to request permission from said
Board to mako an entry of a crew
for the six-oared sliding seat race,
as Captain Wall would not per
mit such an entry, deeming it
A resolution was passed by tho
Board of Directors declaring it to
bo tho sonso of said Board that
a crew bo ontored for tho 4th of
July race with but ono dissenting
vote, that of Mr. Waldron, and
Captain Wall tendered his re
signation in justice to tho position
taken by him, which was done
in tho most gentlemanly manner
and with the kindliest feeling,
and since his resignation as
captain ho has evinced as much
interest in tho affairs of tho Olub
as before. In a conversation hold
with Mr. Waldron on tho foro
uoon of tho third ho stated to mo
that it was a difficult matter to do
cido upon tho best course to pur
sue as to tho Fourth of July race,
and his subsequent action has
boon considerable of a surprise.
A littlo mors study of tho bylaws
would havo been advisable on his
part before rushing into print.
A. V. GeaII,
Secty. H. Y. & B. Club.
J. W. Bergstrom is agent for
tho colobrated Kroogor pianos, of
New York. Ho builds organs.
Second-hand pianos taken ns jmrt
payment. Piauos sold on instal
ments. Tuning and repairing.
P.O. Box 387. Telo. 317.
Storling, tho painter, is pro
pared to quoto pricos ou roof
painting. Ho usos a composition of
coal tar and comont. Cheapest
and best roof proparation-in Ho
EVENING BULLETIN, JULY 8, 1898.
THE GLORIOUS FOURTH,
TRIBUNE WHEELS AND
BLUE FLAME OIL
This is the time of the year
when we naturally expect the
eagle to. scream and flap his
wings over the great and
glorious American Republic
across the water. This is all
right and a very proper pro
ceeding for an old bald-headed
rooster eagle which is one
hundred and twenty years old
and is supposed to have attain
ed years of discretion and
to know a thing or two.
An effort is being made to
get a scream or two out of the
Hawaiian eagle, but it is such
a short time since he was
hatched out that his scream
will not amount to much in
comparison with the older
bird's, and as for flapping his
wings he can't very well do
that until they get beyond the
We have got a young eagle,
however, of our own and you
ought to hear him scream over
Ruby Dexter's victory on the
Tribune wheel last Saturday.
Our eagle knows a thing or
two. He knows the Tribune is
the safest, best and handsomest
wheel in the city. Don't be
persuaded into buying any
wheel until you have examined
the merits of the Tribune; all
the champion races in Hawaii
have been won on this wheel,
showing conclusively that it is
Our eagle is also screaming
over the merits of the Blue
Flame Oil Stoves, for which
we are sole agents of the
Hawaiian Islands. We have
just received a fresh supply of
these economical and con
venient stoves by the Australia
and sold one yesterday while
they were being unpacked.
They are smokeless, odorless
and just the thing for this
Call in and hear our eagle
scream and incidentally take a
look at the many useful and
ornamental articles we have on
hand at prices to suit everv
household and every purse.
Hawaiian' Hardware Co.
Opposite Sprockels' Bank,
NO. 307 FORT STREET.
ruTT-TlL M' H Willi WWJUWWlWriUPM&JIIWWllwwrviglftWUWi.l
Tho Bulletin very kindly
noticed our new department
that of '
in its columns of lost week,
and already the number of
orders for this kind of work,
convinces us that thoro has
Loan nrnaQinrr nnnrl Tfnr nnnli
1 work in this city.
Without making tho slightest
brae on tho kind of work our
g engraver is ablo to do, we fool
a so cortain that wo can please
tj the ovor particular that there
will bo no longor any oxcuso
g iur solium ttwuy mi juui
s cards, or for any of tho finer
& embossing work, which you
ED lintfii linnn onmtinllrwl to do 11 n
to tho present moment.
Will bo found to bo
a Our stationery tho latest and
finest in use. Wo will keep
a posted on every now wrinkle
in tho work and you can rest
assured that any worn turned
mil hv ns will bo correct and
ISi 11.. 1.2 . ,1 -. tAl lv a n lin mAI
II1U K1UU UU HUii,t uu aouniin-u
Will vou keep this, work at
fj homo by placing your orders
j with us? You save the expense
1 of mailing, to say nothing of
1 the long wait, so let us do your
1 H. P.Wichman
Beautiful nud Stylish.
An Endless Variety.
10 FORT ST.
EIHT HEW . . . r.
To bo sold at cost,
SIIO.OO to S70.OO,
To mako quick eiiIo.
Wall, Nichols Co.
On nocouut of rtepiuturo I horoby
finest Mi accounts ciuo
Iim to bo pniil by
the 20th Inst.
A. M. MELLIS.
W Arrivals-, iii Our
White Linen Table Damask, good quality.
Whito Linen Table Covers with Napkin." to match.
White Linen Bod Sheeting, 90 inch, at Oli.TO' per yard.
White Linen for Pillow Cases, 45 inch, GOo per yard.
Fine White Linen, 3G inch, GOc per yard.
Red Table Damask, GOc and 70c per yard.
Whito Dauiask' Table Covers with Ucd Borders, $1.50
and $1.75 a piece.
Whito Damask Doilies, $1.50 a dozen. ,'
Whito Damask Doilies with Red Border 75o and $1.25 a
B. F. EMers & Co., Fort Street
That Speak for Themselves, Don't Need Any Backing Up.
THE SECRET. Get the best tor tho least money.
WHERE ? From ns.
WHY Because wo can do it.
HOW? By buying for cash in largo quantities.
YOU, of coure, can get along without us, but we think you'll
find acquaintance with us profitable.
The Manufacturers' Shoe Co.,
Castle &, Cooke
VfiJ wsm Mm
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tr v B&wmsftwfis. Ww
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Our advertisements in the
daily papers attract more'
wanters- than we know what
to do with at times, but they
are indulgent with us and if
they cannot bo waited on the
minute they get in the store
there aie attractive bits of
crockery and glassware to
occupy their attention for a
few minutes. It's the shoppers
and buyers that make us
happy. If the rush continues
the force of clerks will be
enlarged. Advertising suits us.
If it is a steak or a chop,
it's all the better for broiling,
if you have tho right sort of
broiler. The Unique is tho
one thdt broils both sides with
least trouble. No danger of
burning fingers with a Unique.
Every housewife uses raisins
to a degree in cooking; the
bother has been in the seeding.
An Automatic seeder will seed
a pound in five minutes and
all the machine costs is a
dollar and a half.
The Columbia Egg Beater
goes to you for a quarter.
Another style works quicker
and has a graduating glass;
costs 60 cents, but it is worth
Tho patent chimney cleaner
cleans tho glass at ono move
ment of the hand and prevents
possibility of breakage. Don't
cost much, but it's worth a
Von Holt Building.
NOTARY PUBLIC and TYPEWRITER
Okkice: 20S Merchant Rtreet, Campbell
Wools fiear of J. o. Cutter's office, P. O,
llox 3IJ0. 310-tf