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EVENING I3ULLETIN, OCTOBER 29, IH.m.
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Public Lands Notice.
Notice is horoby given Hint the
fallowings lots of tlio Old Homo
Btead Series will bo open for ap
plication on or after 0 o'clock
n. m. of Novombor 19th, 1890,
under provisions of the " Land
Act, 1895," for Homestead Lenses:
Location. Lot. Area
Altnliimi, N. Konn fi7 43 3.1
Akiihltm, N. Koua 53 41 97
Ak..lilpu. K. Komi C'J IB
A'watun, Knulunn, ke, N. Kona 78 :t' 14
Awalna, ICaulana, -o, N. Kona 80 11.21
Awlua, Knulunn, Arc, N. Konn 84 18.50
I'll lit , N. Kona 1 .'
On and after the dato named
above, the following lots mny bo
applied for as llight of Purchase
Loosen or Cash Freeholds:
Iocition. Lot. Aroa. Value.
.,. N.Koim 83 20.10 01.17
A-e. ' . Komi S5 18.05 03.17
&c. N.Konn bO 10(1') 09.1)0
Ke.lul'o'n. V.KmalG 13.10 30.30
S Kuan 5 57. 481.50
Kukulopie, S. Kona 4 18.03 51.00
Kulmiypu-, S. Koua 5 20.03 08.37
Full pniticulnrs ns to coudi
li mis, method of applying, etc;.,
nmy bo obtained tit tho Public
L'uidi Ollico, Honolulu, nnd at
Ihf office of tho sub Agent, at
Kniltia, North Konn, Hnwnii.
.1. 1?. BltOWN,
Agont of Public Lands.
ii . i ij.i
"5t)l Euer?iF)5 Bulletin,
DANIEL LOGAN. Editor.
THURSDAY, OCT. 29, 189G.
Kovi-ted regulations for Chinese
immigration having been publish
ed, paople have bcon curious
enough to inquire wherein tho
conditions have been changed. In
respomo to this inquisitivonefis of
the den r public, a representative
of the Billktin had a confab with
Secretary Girvin this morning.
Tho revision proves to bo in the
liuo of increased stringency in
one respect and a reasonable
leniency in nuothor. It
will uot make for opening wider
the gates to an Asiatic inflow,
whilo it will make the Chiueso
benefiting by tho six-months' resi
dence and tho return permits con
tiibuto somewhat to tho revenue.
AVhon a Chinaman overstays tho
period stated in his roturn permit
for utilizing the privilege therein
contained, tho Minister of Eoroign
Affairs ib given tho individual
dioietion to extend tho time for
sufficient reasons shown. Hitherto
tho Cabinet as a whole had to pass
upon applications for such oxton
sion. 13 nt, instead of having only
twenty-five cents to pay for tho
eeal, tho applicant for extension
will have to fork ovor fivo dollais
to the Hawaiian rovenuo for tho
piper. Previously a certificate of
the filing of n boud for u six
mouths' lesideuco permit cost tho
reeuivui nothing. Now nud
henceforth ho will have to put up
ouo big "cnrtwheel" bearing tho
imago of either the Into Kala
knun or tho mythical Goddess of
Liberty struck on the standaid of
sixteen to one, or United States
gold coin at one to sixteen of
Biyan's ideal with the right change
back for tho nmount stated. Those
who fen ted there was a colored
gentleman in the woodpile, when
thoy nw tho now rules advertised
without the uature of tho changes
specified, may now allow their
democratic- pows to rest in Bwoet
Bleep upon their pulu fern bolsters.
Everything tho Govornmont does
is not so bnd as the torriblo "op
position" press - tho boto noir of
the papoaters would sometimes
It is passing strange that tho
Minister of Education should hnvq
dopiutod tho country and loft two
vacancies at tho council board of
tho Department ot Education.
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Thore nro some mattors of consid
erable soriouBiiess connected with
tho Honolulu schools, off which
tho Bulletin has kopt its bands
nwnitiug tho complotion of tho
Bonrd of Commissioners, but it
will bo necessary to discuss things
educational horo shortly whether
tho vacant Commissiouorships nio
to bo filled or not.
Elsowhero will bo found tho
news ot a grand engineering achi
ovemont by tho United States Geo
detic Survey. A baso liuo hns
been established across tho con
tinent, which should prevent Am
erican statesmanship from ovor
getting off its base.
A contemporary that has tem
porary reasons for being derang
od says that tho site of tho old
Chinese washhouses was once a
"quay misc." Whether the writer
intended "quagmire" or "gray
mulo" may bo conjectured.
Several correct solutions of tho
"puzzlo for school children" have
boon received. It was deemed too
simple for grown peoplo, yot a
man with bachelor of arts stylo
about him has deigned to give an
The Miotic of .Sl'Olio.
It is a long walk from tho din
ingroom of the Westminster
School to tho corountion chair,
which stands behind tho old stone
screen, just back of tho altar of
tho abbey, but thoro is an in
teresting connection between tho
two. This chair, as is well known,
is n rude, heavy, oak chair, much
worn by time. It contains tho
'Stono of Seouo,' and was made by
the order of Edward 1., in 1297,
and every English Sovoroign sinco
then hns sat in it to bo crowned.
A stout railing in front of tho
chair restrains tho crowd of visi
tors from coining near, but if they
were allowed to examino it closo
bynsl wns fortnnnto enough to do,
thoy would find cut boldly iuto
the solid oak seat, in suoh sprawl
ing letters as tho schoolboy's
knife makes upon hiB desk, 'P.
Abbott elopt in this chair Jan. 4,
1801.' P. Abbott, it seems, was a
Westminster schoolboy, and a tra
dition, which thero is every roason
to bolievo is true, tolls that he
mode n wager with a schoolmnte
that he dare stay in the abbey all
In ordor to win his wager ho
hid in some corner of the old
building until tho doors wore
locked for tho night, and thus was
loft nlono thoio. Fearing, how
ever, that when morning came,
tho boy with whom ho had made
tho bet, would disbelieve
his statement that ho had won it,
ho determined to hnve somo proof
of tho fact, nnd so spont tho hours
of tho oarly morning in carving
on tho coronation chair the sen
tence which oven now, nearly n
century aftor, bears witness for
him. It is disappointing that tho
tradition does not record just what
form and amount of punishinont
was visited upon tho lad for his
escapado, and that history does not
toll us of his later years. 1
wonder whether the courage and
grit which this deed manifested,
foretold an onorgolio, successful
life, or was dissipated in more
bravado. 'Out of the-Way Cor
ners in Wostminstor Abboy,' by
Max Bonuett Thrashor, in Sep
tombor St. Nicholas.
It. C. Jayasuriya has just open
ed his store at 87 King street,
near Fort, where ho displays n
fine lino of precious stones, silver
and gold ornaments, ladioB' bolt
buckles, and tho only genuino
hand inndo Ceylon laces ovor
offered iu Honolulu.
Wo mIhIi to placo our Agency with a first
class leliublo concern which in able to do
M D. WEIL & CO.,
725 nnd 727 Hroiidvvay, New York City.
UiportoiH of all kinds of Merchandise
nu. I Products 415 it
Architect and Superintendent
P3t Office: 305 Fort street,
Sprockets' Block, Room 5.
Residence: Hawuiian Hotel.
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
t 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
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
"AUllon" 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 of 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 Sprockols' Bank,
NO. 307 FORT STREET.
U -- .
that wo aro prepared ut
all times to do your Copper
Plate Engraving and Printing
on Cnids, Wedding and Society
Also, Pino Monogram Em
bossing, Address Dies and
Stamping in colors or plain.
Cards from your plate SI 50
a por hundred.
H. F. Wichman,
Don't you need a watch?
One that you can depend
upon. Tho kind wo soil.
Wo aro selling Walthams
in a dust proof case for
and fully warrant theiu in
Wo sell other makes,
some ns low as $5.00,
others as high as $200.00.
Our stock is so large, we
would take pleasure in
helping you to a watch at
so low n price your pocket
would not feel thd lift.
No pie plates sold, ut
most reliability in every
To bo ghoa iu Compliment to nnd for the
Benefit of tlio
New Hawaiian , .
. . Opera House
Upon the Opening Eveuing,
TUESDAY, Nov. 3d,
Will be pieBO'iteil tlio Grand Operu of
By Amnteuri), under tlio direction of Ha
waii's l'rmiu Douun,
tyl$ pi ffflTl$UE.
Ou tbo following THUHSl-W EVENING
will bo ri Minted tho Delightful
" ar -l i?j :n5 ??
Under tho diicctonbip of tho Talented
WM, H LEWERS.
On SATUItDAY EVENING, November 7th,
A Grand Concert
Will be Hiven by tbo IJest Amateur
Tulent of this City.
U" The Orcliemiu w 111 be under the direc
tion ot Professor Merger.
pgr The recelptH ot theso performances
Imvu bren dencruiuly donated by the ladles
and ci'iitleuiuii Inking part In the perform
unci's foi thu pnrposu of assisting In furnish
&" l)o Plans will bo open at Wall,
NUIioIb it Co ' "More, Klni: street, on Thurs
day, the i&tb Inst, at Id o'clock a in., when
teats can be secured for any or all of the per
THE Al ST1SAMSHIP
WILL LEAVE HONOLULU
fou Tim ahove tout on
Thursday, Oct. 29tli,
AT 4 O'CLOCK P. II.
Tho iiudereigned are now prepared to
issue Through Tickets from this City to all
points in lho United titntos,
HZTVor furthor particulars regarding
Fieight or l'assoRO, apply to
War. G.IRWIN tt Co., L'd,
442 It General Aqcnts,
to - a. ' i '
'il Vj. 4 i
A--;2vcy y- I y lis $
no matter what its prico. Thore aro good low-pricod shoes
and poor high priced ones. Thoro are swindlos in ovory
grade. There is no protection in price though a great many
yuuijio oceiu iu ilium unu uy paying ueariy they aro suro to
got a good shoo. Your only protection lies with and in your
dealer. Ho should liavo the oxperionco and ability to know
tho shoes ho buys and sells. Wo guarantee ovory pair o
shoos you buy hero to bo worth ovory cent you pay.
The Manufacturers' Shoe Go.,
Distributors of Footwear "a
IE you aro thinking of getting n
Bicycle, now is tho time to get
ono whilo they last. This offer o
Ramdleiis at S75.00 is not a cut in
price, bo don't wait expocting to
boo tho prico como any lower. Wo
aro offering 1895 wheels at this
prico and tliero aro but a fow loft.
mis wueol is luted with tho
Great &. & .T. Tire
which has proven so satisfactory
in this laud of the
We also havo a stock of tho 189G
wheels both ladies and gents which
wo aro offoriug at a lowliguro and
on easy terms. Como in and havo
a look at our wheels and satisfy
yourfiolf that we'aroin tho Bicycle
A ri Investment
Stop and think how many Nick
les and Dipies you might Rave
hacl you a wheel. A rido to Wai
kiki is not only a pleasuro but a
suro saving of health and strongth.
You will find new vigor by theuso
of muscles never boforo brought
WHEELS THAT LAST AND DON'T COST YCD
THEIR VALUE FOR REPAIRS.
E. 0. Hal! & Son
Take an Outing
. . SUNDAYS
Trains will leave at 9:15 a. m,
and 1:45 p. m., arriving in Hono
lulu at 3:11 and 5:55 P. M.
ROUND TRIP TICKETS:
1st Class Sd Claei
Poarl City $ 75 $ 60
Ewa Plantation... 1 00 75
Waianao 150 125
y i iSAssiiy--C5SjBBHl
Should Be Goo
time ago there was
an item going the rounds of
tho press in tho United States
to the effect that a youny ind
who was ill, wanted to "secure
ono million postage stamps,
to give a physician who had
promised to cure her on re
ceipt of them. Tho girl who
did that was a man, and he
was deluged with stamps
then he came to Hawaii and
he is here yet. While ho was
collecting postago stamps, little
Dolly Washburn was on an
other lay. She wanted to save
her poor dear mother all the
time she could around baking
days, so she invented un oo-S
separator, which takes the
yolk from tho whir. mM,
i the greatest ease. Tho sepa
rator sells tor 50 cents and
Dolly has already made enough
out of it to employ a good
cook and live in New York.
In this country most ser
vants light fires with the as
sistance of kerosene. Those
who live through it got alono
all right, but they waste lots
of oil. We have a contriv
ance whereby oil may bo
saved and all danger of ex
plosion may bo averted. Tho
prico is little.
Mr. Paxton must havo been
a man who hung around tho
kitchen a good deal, for ho
has trivon to t.hn mo,i
combination dipper, strainer
and funnel, that is about as
cute as anything over seen
in tho kitchen. You can
strain souns. milk nnd ofl.or.
w u.pU llVllU .
things or you can havo a dip
per or a funnel combined,
for a quarter.
Von Holt Building.
A. W. SEABURY,
Collector & Real Estate Agent,
Next to tho Woniim's KxeLiiUfje.
n?'1?'? yorJ?r.bi!18 'ey will bo promptly
attended to. Telephone 059; I'. O. Box 430.
JAS. N. K. KEOLA,
TypcwniTrit, Copyist, Thansu-
Ton (English and Hawaiian)
VtT Offlee with W. V. CASTLE. 425tf
NOTARY PUBLIC M TYPEWRITER
Ofwoei 203 Merchant street, Campbell