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EVENING BULLETIN, OCTOBER 28, 185)0.
Public Lands Notice.
Notice ishereby given Unit tho
following lota of tho Old llonio
steud Series will bo open for ap
plication on or lifter 9 o'clock
n. in. of November 19th, 1890,
under provisions of tho " Lund
Act, 1895," for llomostond Lenses:
LooUion, Lot. Arcix
Aknhi pu, K. Konix 57 43 33
Alcfthlpu, N.Koim C8 44 07
Aknhlpu, N. Koud 159 45 44
Awalmi, Kaulnnft, Ac, N. Kona 78 119 14
Awatui, Kiiuliinn, tco, N. Kona 80 41 21
Awalun. Knulann, &c, N. Kona 84 18."0
l'UHii, N. Konn 1 8.73
On aud after the duto named
nbovo, tho following lots may bo
npplied for as ltifht of Purehast'
Leases or Cash Freeholds:
Irfjcitiun. Lot. Aren. Vitluv.
&o, N. Kon 83 20.4'J 01.t7
Awn'ua, K iiilniin,
&C..N.KOIW 85 18.05 03.17
&o. N.Koun SG 1911!) 0.1.00
KcUlfolio, X. Kona 10 13.10 3.(
H. Kun 5 07. MSt.fiO
Kwkuloino, S. Komi 4 18.03 51.0!)
Kukulonu-, S. Komi 5 20.08 08.87
Full paitiuulnrs as to condi
tioiio, method of applying, etc.,
may bo obtained at tho Public
Lands OlHce, Honolulu, and nt
Uip office of the sub Agent, at
Kailtm, North Konn, Ilawnii.
J. F. BROWN,
Agent of Public Lauds.
5 Ejqt)t)$ Bulietir,
DANIEL LOGAN, Editor.
WEDNESDAY, OUT. 28, 1890.
it tho Independent would pay
heed to tho old proverb about
judging unfinished work, its in
fluunce upon affairs might take
on some appreciable weight. Its
Btno'uies on the modo of taking
the census are absurd in view of
till tho explanations that have
been published. Tho Bulletin
is not prepared to either maintain
or deny that Superintendent
Atkinson's means for sorting out
tho complex mass of nationalities
here domiciled is tho very bost
that could have been devised. Yet
it is convinced that tho plan is a
groat improvement on previous
censuses. Census taking is not
nu cxa:tHuionce unywhore,andit is
be&ot with peculiar difficulties in
thie. oountry. Thero are cuptiouB
in the schedules for tho present
coiiMH which this paper criticized
objootingly at the outlet, but most
of the objections wore satisfacto
rily onsuoicd by the Superinten
dent. Some of tho objections
from other quarters were entirely
without leabon in view of tho
pructice of other countries. For
instunco, that relating to property
statistics. The religion columus,
on the other baud, tho Hulletik
considers would bo bottor loft out
altogether than have thorn exclu
sively for "Protestant" and "Ca
tholic," which will mako tho re
sults absolntoly woithlcss for in
formation. In respect to nation
alities, however, tho priucipul
(home of tho Independent's carp
ing, thoio is good reuson on inves
tigation to believe that Mr. At
kinson will produce tho most
complete analysis of tho popula
tion over made. At nil events, let
us await the completion of tho
tablet before pronouncing judg
ment LAND SETTLEMENT.
In nothing is the Government
more entitled to commendation
than in tho sustained activity with
wiiioh tho policy of homosteading
and reproductive settlement other
wise is being pioaecutod. Mr.
Brown at tho head of the Land
Office, too, seems to be tho right
man in tho right place. Among
tho newspapers of this country
the Bulletin is tho oldest sur
viving supporter of tho policy of
laud settlement for Binall farming
and diversified industries. It
supported nud dofendod Hop
rosoulativo Dolo's original
homestead law many years
ago, whon that law was
hampered by executive evasion and
iuaction,as well as being tho sub
ject of carpiug criticism by tho
official press. At a lator period it
was highly gratified at tho privi
lege of boing tho first journal to
describe and admiro Queen Liliu
okulani's vory liberal and iutolli
gont homesteadiug Bchomo upon
her lands on tho island of Hawaii.
Therefore, this paper is entitled
to fool peculiar gratification over
tho advancing fruition of all tho
ngitation and legislation upon tho
Thoro is somothiug wrong in
modern arrangements, when a
great advance in tho price of
wheat does not benefit tho farmers
who raised the article. It is vory
convenient to thoso whoso hard
toil produces tho Btaplo to havo it
bought oven boforo it is harvested,
but it looks like outrageous in
justice that speculators who toil
not should reap all tho advantages
of a riso in value boforo tho wheut
is shippod to tho coubuming
Some people in tho village of
Chicago, Illinois, seem to think
that Hawaii is already a Stale of
An item from a San Francisco
paper relating to Thomas K.
James, tho gonial and highly
popular steward of the Australia,
published in this papor tho day of
that steamer's arrival, prove to
bo correct. It would be ungracious
to sny that Mr. Jamos' leaving of
tho direct Ocoauic service between
hero and San Francisco is regret
ted, becauso it is to bo presumed
that he makes tho change to shore
life for the enhanced comfort of
himself and his family. Yet it
must bo said that Steward James
will bo sorely missed by tho peo
ple of Honolulu, not only those
who havo traveled with him, but
thoso whoso acquaintance with
him is confiuod to the
coral strand, amidst tho bowers
of light and music andflowors.
No steamship corporation em
ploys moro popular officers than
tho Ocoauic, and none of these
are bettor liked than the retiring
stoward of the Australia. All
who havo traveled in that steamer
will agree that his place will bo
haid to fill. His unvarying
courtesy nnd goniality have boon
only equaled by his efficiency in
his duties. Tinvelers havo boon
heard to say that no other steamer
in theso vast waters affordB bet
ter living for the pnssengors than
tho Australia. Sorry to lose him
from sight, tho Bulletin wishes
Mr. James nnd his amiable wife,
who has occasionally visited Ho
nolulu, abundant happiness and
long life to enjoy it in their now
homo on terra timin.
At the llottl.
Following is tho excellent pro
gram arraugod by Prof. Bergor
for tho concert nt the Hawaiian
hotel this evening, which com
mences at 8 o'clock:
Overture Foot and 1'iasant Suppu
Selection -Marltau.i Wallace
Ala HIM Mai. Alna llau. lpo I.atiae.
Selection llouln Hood DeKovcn
Mm cli Kl Cnpltatl Sousa
I'olka BquiKi'O Casey
Oil nud alter Thursday, October 29,
Dr. James T. Wayhon will lesnuie pmctleo
nt his olliuo, corner of King and ltichurds
streets. Hours 9 to 11 a. iu.j 2 to 4, and
7 to 8 p. in. Telophono 310. 444 lw
Persons desiroiu of making an hnest
moutoiu purchase a p-ijiug block of pro
perty fronting on King and Muuiiukea
htreets by calling on
m.tf JOIINF. COLBUHN.
The Annual Mcitlug of the Koloa 8uj:ar
, Cdtniuuj will tie laid nt tliu OlIKo of II.
Ilnckfelil Co., on Friday, Oct. Willi, at II
I u in. CIIA8. M. COOKK,
Secretary ol tlio K. 8 Co.
Honolulu, Oct. 27th, 1890. 443-31
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STUBBLE DIGGERS, SHAV
ERS AND CANE CUL
TIVATORS. We want to call attention
for a few days to three ma
chines suitable for sugar land
First Avery's "Mallon"
Stubble Digger, the peer of
all sugar land implements. The
superiority of this machine
over all similar ones is evi
denced by the fact that until
this season the manufacturers
have been unable to supply
the demand for them. Their
features of absolute merit are
(a) Metal wheels with re
(b) Solid steel teeth.
(c) Great strength with
lightness of draft.
(d) Improved flanges with
Avery's "Mallon" Improv
ed Stubble Shaver. This
has lately been greatly im
proved and now runs on four
wheels in the furrow. The
knives can be raised or lower
ed with ease, with one lever,
without stopping the team.
Can be regulated to shave at
any depth. The knives are
protected by shields, so that it
is impossible for the mules to
be cut by them. There is no
weight on the mule's necks.
This Shaver can be turned as
short as a cart and is light
draft for two mules.
Third Avery's Improved
"Mallon" Cane Cultiva
tor. This implement is used
in the culture of both corn and
cane from the first dirting of
the crop, through the entire
cultivating and "laying by"
season. Is simple in con
struction, strong, durable, light
draft, easily operated and
understood. It has the re
volving sectional discs, which
work on each side of the row,
thoroughly cutting and pul
verizing the soil. The desired
quantity of dirt thrown to the
plant is regulated by changing
the angle or discs on the drag
bar. The operator can pass
rapidly over the crop without
the trouble heretofore ex
perienced by moist earth stick
ing to the discs, cleaners being
attached to the axle, which
effectually prevents the discs
These three valuable planta
tion implements are now in
use at the Pepeekeo, Onomea
and Wainaku plantations and
we shall be pleased to show
testimonial letters from the
managers as to their respective
To intending purchasers we
would say that the pi ices of
these machines have been ma
terially reduced this season.
We keep them in stock.
Hawaiian Hardware Co.
Opposite Sprookols' Bank,
NO. 307 FORT STREET.
. . , . . I .
that wo nro propnrcd at
all times to do your Copper
Plato Engraving nnd Printing
on Caids, Wedding nnd Society
Also, Fiuo Monogram Em
bossing, Address Dies nnd
Stnmping in colors or plnin.
Cnrds from your pinto $1.50
a per hundred.
1 H. F. Wichman,
Don't you need a watch?
One that you can depend
upon. The kind wo soil.
Wo are selling Walthams
in a dust proof case tor
and fully warrant them in
Wo sell other makes,
some as low as $5.00,
others as high as $200.00.
Our stock is so large, wo
would take pleasure in
helping you to a watch at
so low a price your pocket
would not feel the lift.
No pie plates sold, ut
most reliability in overy
I H. F. Wichman
cratio,l)ramaliG & Musical
To bo given in Compliment to nnd for tho
Benefit of tho
New Hawaiian , .
, . Opera House
Upon the Opening Evening,
TUESDAY, Nov. 3d,
Will Ik) predated tho Grand Opera of
By Amateurs, nudor the direction of Ha
waii's l'rium Doium,
fijl iMl lplTlflUE.
On tho following THU1WDW EVENING
will bo iiresc nted ihe Delightful
Under tho dueetowlup of tho Taloutod
WM. H. LEWERS.
On SATURDAY EVEN1NO, Noveinbor 7th,
A Grand Concert
Will be given by tho Best Amatour
Talent of this City.
J3y The Orchestra will bo under the direc
tion ot I'infeiiaur llergor.
J5" The leiLlpts ot theso performance
hao been ceneruuiily donated by tlio ladles
and Kuntlunui taking part In the perform
ances for tliu purpose of assisting In furnlsb
lnu the stage.
F3TlIo Plans will bo open nt Mali,
Nhliols it Co ' a tore, King streit, on Thurs
day, tbo l5th Inst , ut 10 o'clock u m., when
seat can be secured for any or all of tbu per
THE Al BTMAMSHIP
' A.TJSTR AXI A.9
WILL LEAVE HONOLULU
Fon TIIB ABOVE POUT ON
ThuvNtlny, Oct. 20Ii,
AT 4 O'CLOCK P. M.
Tbo uudertdRiiod nro now provmred to
lasno Through TioVeta from this City to all
points in the United States.
iZfVot further particulars reaardiug
rioight or Passage, npply to
Wm. G.IIIWIN&Oo., L'd,
442 It General Agents.
no matter what its prico. There nro good low-pricod shoes
nud poor high priced ones. Thoro ure swindlns in every
grndo. Thoro is no protection in prico though a groat mauy
people- seem to think that by paying dearly thoy are suro to
got a good shoo. Your only protection lies with and in your
dealer. Ho should havo the experience and ability to know
tho sIioob ho buys and sells. Wo guarantee every pair of
shoes you buy hero to bo worth every cent you pay.
The Manufacturers' Shoe Go,,
B Distributors of Footwear ?3
IE you aro thinking of getting a
Bicycle, now is tho timo to get
ouo while they last. ThiB offor of
Bambleus at 75.00 is not noutin
prico, so don't wait expecting to
see the prico come any lower. Wo
aro offering 1895 wheels nt this
price and thoro nre but n fow left,
fliis wheel is fitted with tho
Great Gr. &'.T. Tiro
which hns proven so satisfactory
in this land of tho
Wo nlso havo a stock of tho 189G
wheels both ladies and gents which
wo aro olForiug at a low figure nnd
on ensy terms. Come in and havo
a look at our wheels and satisfy
yourself that we aro in tho Bicycle
Stop and think how mnny Nick
les and Dimes yon might savo
had you a wheel. A ride to Wai
kiki is not otdy a pleasure but a
sure saving of health nnd strength.
You will find now vigor by tho use
of muscles never before brought
WHEELS THAT LAST AND DON'T COST YOU
THEIR VALUE FOR REPAIRS.
E. 0. Hall & Son
Take an Outing
Trains will leave nt 9:15 a. m,
and 1:45 p. M., arriving in Hone
lulu at 3:11 and 5:55 P. M.
ROUND TRIP TICKETS:
1st Class Sd Class
Peurl City $ 75 $ 50
Ewa Plantation... 1 00 76
Waianao 1 50 1 25
Should Be Good
Some time ngo there was
an item going the rounds of
tho press in tho United States
to the efl'ect that a young lady,
who wns ill, wanted to 'secure
one million postage stomps,
to give a physician who had
promised to euro her on re
ceipt of them. Tho girl who
did that wns a man, nnd ho
was deluged with stamps;
then ho camo to Hawaii nnd
he is hero yet. While ho was
collecting postage stamps, little
Dolly Washburn wns on an
other lay. She wanted to save
her poor denr mother all tho
timo she could around baking
ri!YTQ cn aim inirnnWl n. yw...,.
pjU u.. umu muiicwu tin uyi;
I separator, which takes the
yollc trom the whites with
the greatest easo. The sepa
rator sells for 50 conts and
Dolly has already made enough
out of it to employ' a good
cook and live in New York.
In this countrv most ser-
I vants light fires with the as
sistance ot kerosene. Those
who live through it get along
all right, but they waste lots
of oil. Wo have a contriv
ance whereby oil may be
saved and nil danger of ox
plosion may bo averted. The
price is little.
Mr. Paxton must have been
a man who hung around the
kitchen a good deal, for he
has given to tho world a
combination dipper, strainer
and funnel, that is nbout as
cute as anything ever seen
in the kitchen. You can
strain soups, milk and other
things or you can havo a dip
per or a tunnel combined,
for a quarter.
Von Holt Building.
A. W. SEABURY,
Collector & Real Estate Agent,
Next to the Woman's Exchange.
Bring in yonr bills, they will bo promptly
attended to, Ttlophono 059; V. O. Box 430.
JAS. N. K. KEOLA,
Typewmteh, Copyist, Tjunsw-
to (English and Hawaiian)
KiT Offleo with W. B. CASTLE. 425 tf
NOTARY PUBLIC and TYPEWRITER
Office: SOS Merchant street, Campbell
Block rear ot J. O. Cartoi'toulcol. V. O.
Box 330. J
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