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Tended For Be6f Cattle.
OrncK op tub Moahd or Hkat.th, )
Honolulu. September 10, WW. (
Scaled Tendfr Will be received at this Olllco
until 13 o'clock noon, Wednesday, September
23, ISOMor supplying the Leper Settlement
' nl Moloknl wltli (1) Good Iteef Cattle, to
wi-IrIi tint lev than 3W) lb, net Alien ilie
cd; mid (") Vat Uiel Cattle, to be delivered
jt tbo Leper $etlliyiicnt,nt. an, average it,
about nlnet)' bead per month, for the period
ol fx month cudlni! March lt, lv'.'"-
Tlie Tender must be for' t ho price per
pound drcsfcd, and not per head. Hides and
Tallow to l)o tlie property of the Hoard.
Hid should be plilnly marked: 'Tender
for He'cf Cattle, Leper Settlement."
The lto.nd docs not bind Itself to accept
tliu lowest or any bid.
j , WILLIAM 0. SMITH,
l I President of the Board of Health.
' ?' 4(M-4t
t) u8iir;$ Bulletin,
DANIEL LOGAN, Editor.
XONWiVy v SEPT. 14, 18.
OAHU FOR COFFEE.
Thoro is no need of more words
horo to emphasise tlio verdict di
tho Waiiiuno eoil'to vxpeditiou. It
would ba idle to nttenipt any ex
n;fjet'atiou,wliou uuybody tifny in a
cliiy see the field fo'1 himself. Coffee
can bo grown as abundantly, acre!
for ttiTP, and of as good quality
on Oalmias in the most favored
districts of any of tho other is
lands. "Wliitt struol; the "Wiiiiuiuo
.Tisitors, for onq thing, , was tho
simplicity of method of cultiva
tion. There is no unnecessary
disturbance 'of tho face of nature.
Each plant has its little circle of
ground pulverized to'yivo scope
for its roots. Anybody who has
done any exploring iu tho wild
gulches near Honolulu knows a
lot of places just as likely for
cofTeo planting as the mountain
wilderness of Waiauao that is now
being crowded- with the richest
growth of coffee. It only ro
mains for tho enterprising peoplo
of Honolulu to dovolop all such
available spots. Ono company
has already jgone td jwork on tho
hither sidb'of tho 'Wiana6 range,
with prouiiso of making a 'show
ing equal to that of tho AVaianao
SugarCpmpauy'ri coifoo plantation.
Tho irtnes of Oahu soil for cof
fee as well us sugar having been
discovered, and tho availability
demonstrated of ground for that
product which would bo difficult
for any sort of general farming
development of all tho sheltered
gtllchcs around' the' island should
now be speedy. This inland has
advantages of transportation, both
for htipplins to tho fields and pro
ducts to market, which are greatly
in its favor for uny expansion of
its agricultural industry.
Aiiittlier Wntcli llilel.
About 11 o'clock this foreno. n
four Japaueso ladies of easy vir
tue sont to a Chinese restaurant
for their dinner, which was taken
to their house on a tray by a
Chinese waiter. Upon returning
for the dishes ho noticed a gold
wateh lying conveniently nour.
Tins ho managed to abstract with
out being noticed by tho women,
and upon getting outside throw
it under the house. Tho women
soon discovered their loss and
ndtifind tho Marshal's office. Offi
cer Toma was put on the case nud
unnn fmind ft nntivn who hml sonn
tho Chinaman throw something
tinder the house. 1I mode a
searoh and found the watch.which
he took to tho station houso.whoro
a wHintut was mano out for too
arrot of the Chinaman. Ho got
wind of this search; liowover,and
skipped our, mil officer Ho Fon
is now looking for him.
At i:nniu Simre
The government band will piny
at, Einina squarp this ovoningk at
7:80, with the following program:
i . '. i , ' i
Overture Spmlramldo..., ... ....Kosclnl j
aelectlou-llohemloll filrl tlalfe (
Malkal Walplo. Liko Puiv Lchtia. ,'
' Maul no ka (),. I
' 1'AllTil; '''
Jlidlcy Musical Ue lew K"!eio
Fmitafln -Monpilto Daneo ....EIli ubviK
WaliZ- I'urudUi of tint I'ai'lfiu ..Uglier
rtlilith ilai Uattsai llcu'ch '....'Soua
Hawaii I'uiiol .
1'Mi.iL. (r' '"' "f"1 v'
vm:itE coffi'.i: tiimvus.
Continued from 1st Page.
ridees while tho party took a
brief rest nt the cottage, but tho
air was delicious with a dryer
coolness than is, pnjoyec); in soino
other" mountain regions' of" tho
group. Tho desire was oxprossod
by moro thau ono of tho party for
the privilege of a month, or oven
a; week, of rospito frdrn 1 6ity at
mosphere in some placo exactly
like that? ono.
Boforo leaving tho spot the par
ty visited a natural ( bathing pool
near tho house, over which1 -gras
hut is orected. Noar by is a mini
ature fish pond containing a few
cold fish, but moro fish of a silvery
hue, suggesting tho sixtoon to Jono
controversy in tho United, States.
A different path from that' by
which tho cottage was reached wu.s
taken to whore the Iioihps were
tied. It wound iu and out amongst
luxuriant grasses intermingled
with wild Sowers. In parting
from Mr. Otromba, their obliging
guide, all of tho party thanked
him cordially for lit paiustakiny
and polito attentions.
Mention might havo been made,
in tolling of the trip through tho
coffee, of sovoral grasH houses
visited. Ono is used by the over
seer as a workshop, for making
ropairs to pulping machines
and other implements. .Another
is a drying house fpr coffee. A
dwelling inhabited by a Japaueso
and. a cook honso are others. Mr.
Otromba is a very skillful arti
ficer in wood. He caived a mini
ature imitation of the Ka'mohamo
ha statue some years ago, which
attracted favorablo attention and
was bought by E. S. Gun ha. As
a successful coffeo farmer, how
ever, he will doubtless b6 better
known. Befovo being .employed ,
at Waiauao ho did good work in
this line on Hawaii. v i
For most of tho journey homo, j
the conversation of tho party was '
mainly on tho fine object lesson I
they had received. It was unani- j
mously agreed that Oahu mk
coffeo lands that cannot bo 'ex- '
celled, to say the least, by any '
other island of the group. Thoro
are valleys intorsected with warm !
gulches' on all sides of this island i J
which afford sites for uumbors of
coffeo farms as extensive and fruit
for as that of Waianoo. It should
havo been stated that at present I
sixty acres nro planted there, and i
that eighty acres more am avail- '
able fojr planting. . oixty three
thousand trees are set out in the
area already cultivated.
Before taking tho train for homo
at 4:15, the party rested a few
minutes at the Club, refreshing
themselves at table with delicious
watermelon. All felt FfcreatlV in-
' vigorated by tho mountain excur
sion, enuing in a raining canter
down tho road to tho village.
The Bulletin representative
felt happy at returning with
bonos intact, having been un
horsed a few yards from tho
stnrtiug ppint. At a stoop t part
of tho trail hio saddlo turned,'
but he landed on his feet and os
oaped the horse's hoofo. Tho rest
of tho party draw rein nud round
ed up the fugitive animal, and the
cavalcade was soon again on the
march. . Mr. Gallagher also had
somo trouble with his saddle, but
ho threw his horse instead of tho
horse throwing him.
in Tin: polici: co mi r.
Knlllpaka Oct a Nccoml Nenlenco ol
In tho District Court this morn
ing Kailikaka, who was sentenced
to three years' imprisonment last
Friday for stealing Mrs. J. P.
Huokfeld's watch, was again
bro?BlUp before JlldgO do la
I Vergne for tho larceny of Mrs. C, I
i P. ltobinson's gold watch and
' t.Utt;n) valued at S100. The do- j
fondnut pleaded uuiltv and was '
si'iitoneed to eighteen months' im
prisonment, to take effect at tho
expiration of Iub former sentence, j
I Ah Fa pleaded guilty of the
j larceny of 75 pounds of sugar '
j valued at 4 from tho Inter-Island
! Steamship Cpnpany. , t Sentouco ,
I i Ah Sun i was fined 825 forhav-)
j jug ohofa tickets in h,is possession, i
! and eight urunks rocoived the
usual fine of $2 and SI costs.
Beautiful, , artistic, accurate,
charming island viows at King
i -. - . i
I Jir-os. .Jivnry prominent point on
tho lttlaijcls is )hoto(raphe(l by us
and painted by tho best of our 1
artists. , , !
ALASKA REFRIGERATORS I
This is a presidential elec
tion year and things are red
hot all over the United States.
Even Old Sol himself seems
to have stirred up his internal
fires and put on a few extra
logs, if we may judge by
newsoapei accounts of the
terrific heat in Chicago, New
York and other big cities.
The heat engendered by the
discussion of the silver ques
tion and other campaign issues
has caused the political pot to
boil to such an extent that the
lid will blow off and the bot
tom fall out. Republicans are
ho't in the collars, the Demo
crats would be if they were
in the habit of wearing any,
while the Populists, having
got it where the chicken got
the axe, don't need any collars
and have wilted away. This
is about the condition of af
fairs which usually precedes
an election for President in the
But here in little Hawaii
things are not quite 'so bad
although the silver- question
affects a good many of us.
Whether we are getting a por
tion of the hot weather that
Chicago had no further use
for or whether the tail end of
Candidate Bryan's eloquence
has spread over us like a comet
we can't say, but certain it is
that the weather is distress
There are a number of use
ful articles which we received
by the last "Australia," which
are most suitable for this sea
sori of the ' year. 'We would
call ydur attention to a few of
them. ( , ,
Alaska 'Ice (Chests are
the best made. Cheap, dur
able and good. AH sizes.
take the cake, or anything else
you wish to put in them.
They are the leading refrigera
tors of the world and are not
equalled by(any othei; make in
Rubber Hose is a very ne-(
cessary and useful . article in
hot weather. We have just'
imported a big lot of 3-4 inch
in 2$ and $0 foot lengths.
This is the very best No. 1
four ply, and will last you a
Gem Ice Cream Freezers
make glad the hearts of all our
girls, and even the Jap in the
kitchen considers it an honor
to be allowed to turn the
crank. We have them in all
sizes from 1-2 gallon up.
Painted Iron Bath Tubs
are just the thing. We got a
consignment of these on the
Australia but they are all
sold. We shall be pleased to
take your orders for future
Hawaiian Hardware Co.
. limited,, .,,
Opposite Sprcokols' Bank,
WO. 307 FORT STH3JET. 1
.. ,r.4ijfJii:':'r'"-J'''''',"'-hf4''--'' -,-Ai "-' ityVww itfMh'?.zm z"-
that, e oo prepared at
all limes to do your Coppor
, Plate Engraving and Printing
on Cauls, Wedding and Socioty
Also -Pino Monograrn Em
bossing, Address Dios and
Stamping in colors or plain.
Cards from your plato $1.50
ii . . .
M. F. Wichman,
Don't you need a watch?
Ono that you onn depend
upon. The kind wo sell.
We nro selling Walthams
in a dust proof case for
and fully warrant them in
"Wo sell other indices,
some as 'low 'as 5.00,
others as high as $200.00.
Our stock is so large, wo
would tako pleasure in
helping you to a watch ab
so low a price your pocket
would not feel tho (liffc-
No pio plates sold, ut
most reliability in every
25 and 50 , :
' ' i
Just Received ex
"Archer." . .
Every piece of our
4 Ply Hose
Also, a supply of
i .:i i
i i i
Gastle & Cooke
tUJi ;; Ij
-nb i M'3rRwc' jOiT oti ii
$M Ml i
'IIU t k2n, G
tr ii i u
the best shoeinakrt's in tlio world and pick what best 'suits our
trade nnd wo don't know of anything too good for tho peoplo
of this town.
The Manufacturers' Shoe Go,,
Bier SHioo Store. fsio lort Sstroot.
,-viy4. J yHi4(
.. I '
If you aro thinking of getting a
Bicycle, now is the timo to get
ono while they last. This offer of
Eamhleus at S7C.00 is not acut in
price, s6 don't wait 'expocting to
see tho price come any lower. Wo
are offering 1895 wheels nt this
'price, nntl there are but a fow loft.
This wheel is fitted with tlio
GreatG. fc J.. Tire
which has proven so satisfactory
in this land of1 the
Xvi tcwe1 'JTli o n
Wo alfio have a stock of the 1898
wheels Ijothhidies and gents which
we are offering at a low figure, and
on (easy torms. Come in aucl havo
a look at our wheels and satisfy
yourself that we are in the Bicycle
'Stop aud think' how many tick
les' and ' Di'm'es you might save
had you a wheel. ' A rido to Wai
kiki'is not only a pleasure but a
sure saving of henlthiiud strougth.
You will lu new vigor by thouso
of muscles no'vor before brought
WHEELS THAT LAST AP DQU'T COST YOU
THEIR VALUE FOR REPAIRS.
0. Ma!! & Son
Oattos, Nieli. A'Co., : s : i : Proprietors.
John Kiell, : : : s : j i Supcrlntendoiit.
General Repair Shop !
JOlBIG A SPECIALTY
Qucou Htroet, ljotwcun Alukt'ft
nnd lUchurila htieut.
t y i.i '., 1m.
8 OWSf -aaBa
and our knowledgo of tho
s'lioeuiikorsatid their pro
ductsi give's us tho "power
to buy tho best 'that's
tnade, with ready cash in
lin'iid' wo can, and. do jio to
By tho Transit which arriv
ed on the 4th inst., we re
ceived 100 Jewel stoves and
ranges (ono largo car load)
direct from tho factory at
This is our third shipment,
atid wd find that wo havo
only 4 stoves left from our
The excellence of these
stoves has already been
proved by tho largo sale, but
wo will name three points:
First. Long life from the
heavy high grade of iron
which is the same in tho 12
stove as in the $50 range.'.
Second. Economy i. uic
uso of fuel.
Third. Quick and oven
Wo propose leasing these
stoves' on the following ' torms:
When the stove' is delivered
one-third of tho price is paid
in cash, and tho balance
monthly thereafter in fivo
If beforp the expiration of
i tho five1 months, 'the 'lessee
' wishes to pay oft' the balance,
he will bo entitled to a dis
count of five per cent, on the
If a customer wants to buy
outright, ho gets five per cent,
discount on tho whole amount.
Jewel stoves and ranges
can be hnd only of us.
Von Knit Building.
HAS TAKEN THE
Photograph : Gallery,
Opposito Lovo'h Bakery on
Nuuanu -:- Street,
Wlitrs lie will enter iiumoilintely into tho
woiU of Taking tectum). Sir. Hevcria has
hud years ol vx criouct at thiB branch and
has iihviiys met with success in it.
NOTARY PUBLIC and TYPEWRITER
Opi'ick: 203 Mercliaut street, Campbell
lllofak rear of J. 0. Carter's offloo, P. O.