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lT AUTHORITY. :
Sale of Public Lands J
On Siitimtiiy, November 21 noxt,
nt 12 o'clock noon, ut fiout en
trunco of Judiciary Untitling,
Hi nulul'i, will m sold :i small lilt
of luiul at Wimholo, Koohuipoko,
Oihn containing 32 100 novo.
This Iniul is located uuikui of tlio
Goveruiuoiit rontl, adjoining land
of Mr. A. Cullon, atiil ia good
Terms Gusli, U. S. Gold.
Upsot l'rict $100.
Also at tlio h:iiuo timo and
d ico, will bo s ld lot of coll'no
li.nd at Ivtupo, Mnui, known us
li'.t No. 7, Public binds Map
No, 1, c mtuming 18 50-100 ncros.
Upsut prioo, --$115.50
This land w.ll bo sold mibj-ul
to tiie followiug terms iui.1 coii
clitiuns: One-fourth purclmso prio", cmli,
r-m utiuVr in rqunl instalments in
one, two m.d tine- yearj. witli
interest ut rata of stvon tfi ) per
t it. per uiiiitiiii.
Cultivation and imprnvonn-iiU
to b-gin within first year and
continue during tlio t wu suoce. d
ing'ronrs. At end of llnrd ynr,
if tun pur cent of land is under
cultivation, tlio land fonced, and
nil conditions complied with, pur
elinsor will rueoiw feo fiuolu title.
I'Vill partieulirs and pluis ot
above I uida may bo obtai iod on
upplicnti ui ut the pubic 1 1 ml m
J. P. BROWN,
Agent of Public Lands.
Public Lands Oflico, Honolulu.
Oct. 24i. 18UK. -MH-at
Sale of Land at Olaa.
On Moudny, Novombor 23, 18!)0,
at 12 o'clock noon, at tlio ollico of
Mm sub figput, llilo, will be sold
Oluu Lot No. CIS on the volcnno
road, containing forty-seven acres
n Httlo moro or less. Upsot price,
S10.-10 per acre.
Laud to bo sold under the fol
lowing gonorul terms and condi
tions: One fourth of purclmso price to
be paid on day of sale mid re
muiuder in equal instalments in
oiip, two and tliroo years, with
iuterest at rale oE (i per cent per
(Jultivatiou and improvements
to bo begun during the tirst year
and continue during succeeding
two years. Twenty live (25) per
cent" of the laud to bo put undur
cultivation and othor itnprovo
mfnits of tlio vnluo of $200 to bo
made before tlio end of the third
year. At end of third year or
fcoouer, if full amount of cultiva
tion and improvement has been
made with full payment of Pur
chase Prico, and ali conditions to
Miuh date fulfilled, a Patent Giant
for the promises will issue.
Full particulars can be obtained
at the Public Lands Ollice, Hono
lulu, or nt the ollico of the Sub
Agent in Hilo.
J. F. BROWN,
Agent of Public Lands.
Public Land Ollico, Honolulu,
Oct. 24th, 189(5. -1-13-at
Sl?? Euer?ir2 Bulletip,
DANIEL LOGAN. Editor.
WEDNESDAY, NOV. 4.J890.
It may not bo erroneous to
attribute the reduced mortality of
tuo past few months, bIiowii in
tho returns, to the thorough
cleansing tho city received at the
hinds of tho ciiizms during tho
cholera epidemic of a your ago,
supplemented by the improved
vigilauco of tho health authorities
since that ovent. Although
conditions have to some oxtent
relapsed toward the former bad
status, there is uot the leaBt doubt
that Honolulu has not been
cleanor in many years than dur -ing
the past twelve months. Hero
and there, however, somo slack
ness appears in areas where,
owing to the tenements being
crowded closely togetlmr, there is
tho greatest need of con
stant attontion. It would have
givou us tho promiao of oven
a hotter year than tho past one if
tho suggestion, made by this paper
.k rf!i !MrAmvMfcWi iri mm 4 1 iiHtWjJtf
and supported by contemporaries,
had boon adopted of having a
general cleaning up liko that in
the opidomic. Just before tho
rainy season is tho best period for
such an operation in Honolulu
It is usual in towns of tho tem
perate zone to have a general
order for cleansing of premises
aud whitewashing of structures
isaucd at tho closo of winter, as in
those countries thoro is a noces
snry accumulation of rofuso sand
wiched with tho layers of snow
during that season. Hero a
cleansing boforo tho heavy rains
come would have tho bonofit of
the washing down lo tho sea of
the overlooked dregs by tho storm
waters. Systematic sanitation
will go far toward making up for
the lack of soworngo until that im
provement shall bo inaugurated.
Hon. John M. Hornor continues
in the Hilo Tribune his attack ou
centralization in our government.
Decentralization was a great Bo
form cry horc in tho closing years
of tho old regime. Tho Bulletin
is not prepared, however, to taunt
our rulers with tho proverb, "Cir
cumstances alter cases," for their
inattention to tho subject of mu
nicipal incorporation. That
change will come soon after it
fill' due. Yet Mr. Horner is do
ing good servico by his present
writings, if only in kooping the
public warned against any gravi
tation of tho Government toward
Says tho Hilo Tribune: "Tho
Bulletin at Honolulu has tho
fairness to honestly criticiso a
mooted enterprise for Honolulu
if its editor sees it is impractica
ble, notwithstanding it is propos
ed to build it with public funds.
Tho project to erect a drydock nt
Honolulu at a "cost of sovorol
millions of dollars would bo the
height of absurdity. No possible
dovolopment of conditions within
the palo of reason would warrant
Quoting from a correspondent
of the Bulletin a criticism of
methods of teaching in one of tho
schools, tho Friend makes the fol
lowing comment: "AYo can testi
fy to tho correctness of tho above.
Normul schools have much to an
swer for in training young teachers
to foolish methods. No amount
of teehuical training can exempt a
teacher from the need of exorcis
ing independent good sense."
Tho Government has takon a
right stop forward iu dictating
that a proportion of labor immi
gration shall bo of other thau
Oriental races. It would consult
tho ridolity of its friouds among
tho bono and sinow of our citi
zomihip, now, if it inserted an
anti-coolio clause in all public
General Woylor's drastic pro
clamation may be a nooossary war
measuro, yet it does look cruel to
order uoncombatants into garri
sined towns that are liablo to bo
beleaguered. Usually people are
moved the othor way in times of
When is a practical start to bo
undo in gotting a sewerage sys
tom? Tho dotorminatiou is now
more than a year old.
Japan is certainly up to date
41imkI Till' Honolulu.
Hawaii, represented by S. G.
Wilder, has got its name up for
shooting iu England, that land of
good sports. Mr. and Mrs. Wilder
aro spending part of their honey
moon in that country, and lately
Mr. Wilder went out partridge
shooting with a friend. In a two
days' shoot thoy baggod 8'J birds,
tho Honolulu sportsman making
the loading score.
Marshal Brown has gone to
ENAAELED IRON PORTA
BLE BATH TUBS
There is a certain highly
respected citizen of Honolulu
who has a fondness for rice
pudding. He has indulged
this fondness to such an in
ordinate degree that he has for
years indulged in a cold rice
pudding upon his return home
from his lodge. When lie was
going to be out more than
usually late he would tell his
good wife and the cold pud
ding was always left on the
sideboard for him. The other
night he was kept out later
than usual at a Masonic ban
quet, but on returning home,
in the dim light left burning
low, he spied his favorite dish
and ate the contents. The
next morning his wife missed
seven lace collars she had left
in the starch over night, and
she is now threatening to sue
for limited divorce, not be
cause ot the loss of her collars
but because her husband says
that they tasted just like her
best puddings. However, the
husband has made his peace
with his better half and there
will be no divorce, unlesss it
The way he did it was to
go to the Hawaiian Hardware
Company's store and order
one of their recently imported
Enameled Iron Portable
Bath Tubs sent home. His
good wife was so pleased that
she forgave him on the spot.
These bath tubs must be seen
to be appreciated. They are
the handsomest yet put on the
market and they are not very
expensive. Being raised from
the floor on legs like a stove
no moisture can accumulate
underneath to attiact cock
roaches and beetles. These
tubs are provided with hand
some nickel-plated fittings.
To go with them we have
imported specially some nickel
plated double bath cocks for
hot and cold water with com
bination soap trays. The
beauty of this novelty is that
the hot and cold water runs
out of the same faucet, either
separately or together, and
there is no danger of scalding
your toes as so often happens
in turning on the hot water
Call and see them at
Hawaiian Hardware Co.
Opposite Sprookols' Bank,
NO. 307 FORT STREET.
N0VEMI3EH -1, tS'.JO.
that wo aro prepared at
all times to do your Coppor
Plato Engraving nud Printing
on Cauls, Wedding and Society
Also, Fino Monogram Em
bossing, AddrcBB Dies and
Stamping in colors or plain.
Cards from your plato $1.50
H. F. Wichman,
Don't you need a wntch?
Ouo that you oun depend
upon. Tho kind wo sell.
We nre selling Wnlthnms
in a dust proof ea30 fur
and fully warrant them in
Wo sell other makes,
some ns low as $5.00,
others ns high as $200.00.
Our stock is so large, wo
would tako pleasure iu
helping you to a watch nt
so low n price your pocket
would not fool the lift.
No pie plates sold, ut
most reliability in every
OperaiicDramatic & Musical
To be ("iven iu Complimont to nnd for tho
Benefit of the
New Hawaiian , .
, . Opera House
Upon the Opeuiug Evening,
Saturday, Nov. 7II1,
Will bo presetted tho Grand Opera of
By Aiunteius, under tho direction of Hn
nsuu'h 1'riina Dunuo,
NI$ iWMIf? W0llTUE.
On tho followiug TUKSDVY KVRNING,
Nov. 10th, will lio iiretfii I'd tho Do-
lightful Play, eutitled
Under tho (1irculortu-p of tho Talented
WM, H. LEWERS.
Oa TIIUlt3DA' i:T.NlNfl, November 12,
A Grand Concert
Will be Kiveu by tho Host Amateur
Tulout of this City.
15?" The Orchestra will bo under tho direc
tion ot 1'rofeitsor Herder.
X Tlio lecelpts ot Ihcao perfoimances
Imvo been uencroiisly donated by the Indies
and ueiilleiuen tal.hn; p.irt In the perform
ances tor the purpusu of uigMhu; hi furnish
hiK I ho HtiiKO.
Ji llov IMbiih will la open at Wall,
NUhoU & Co ' etoio, Kins; utiott. cm Tliur
day, tho iSth lust., at 10 o'ulueK a in., whui
eeato can bo secured for any or all of tho per
MRS. B. H. ZEAYE,
Successor to Mrs A. M. Mellis, 520 Fort
HAS REOPENED THE
Dress Making Parlors
of N. S. Sachs.
Wedding Outfits and
Riding Habits a specialty.
MISS CHARLOTTE H. PARHELEE
Is now prepared to tato n limited num
jfjgr" Iteshlonco: 220 Iloretnuia Mrcot,
upjosilo Hotel gates. US lin
"m I'lww m n 4
That's all we havo to talk about. Wo have Sporting
Shoes made by specialists; Dress Shoes, Slippers and
Boots for Lauies mid Gentlemen designed by artists.
Shoes thut fit make pretty feet, all we need care for
is to keep at the head of the procession and this we
are doing most magnificently by soiling as good
shoes as any body else, and selling them for the most
part at lower prices than tho other fellows.
The Manufacturers' Shoe Co,,
2 Exclusive Shoe Dealers -u
U V. V ft Btf 3 (? h tn H f fc?
.'S ' X.V .fX. .?
TT"-ri ' f"irw,'tKli'p
If you nro thinking of gotting n
BiOYor.K, now is tlio timo to got
one while they Inst. This ofYor of
Hamdluiis nt 87Q.00 is uot a cut in
prico, ho don't wait oxpoeting to
bud the prico como any lowor. Wo
nro offering 18D5 wheels tit this
prico nutl thoro nro but a fow loft.
This whool is fitted with tho
Greet Gh. fc .T. Tire
which lias proven so satisfactory
in this land of tho
Wo also liavo a stock of the 189G
wheolB both Indies nud gouts which
wo nre offering at a low figure and
on ensy tonus. Como in nud hnvo
n look nt our wheels nud satisfy
yoursolf that we aro in the Bicycle
Stop nnd thiuk how ninny Nick
lcs nud Dimes you might savo
had you a wheel. A rido to AVai
kiki is uot only a plensuro but a
suro saviuyof health and strongth.
You will find uow vigor by thouso
of muscles novor boforo brought
WHEELS THAT LAST AUD DON'T COST YCU
TIJEIR VALUE FOR REPAIRS.
E. 0. Hall & 8
Take an Outing
Trains will leave at 9:15 a.m.
and 1:45 r. m., arriving in Ilonr.
lulu at 3:11 nnd 5:55 p. m.
ROUND TRIP TICKETS:
1st Class Si Class
Ponrl City $ 75 S CO
Ewn Plantation... 1 00 75
Wniunao 1 50 1 25
The holidays arc approach
ing at tho rate of a day every
twenty-four hours; nnd this is
the month when children fix
their attention on literaturo in
which Santa Claus takes a
leading part, and wives nnd
daughters allow theirs to
dwell on the old gentleman's
purse. An old lady was once
asked the ago when girls gave
up playing with dolU and tho
answer came back, "When
they havo children of their
own." So it is about Santa
Claus; children givo him up
ns tho mythical when they nre
old enough to realize a flesh
and blood Santa Claus in their
father. If it happens to bo a
girl she will cling to tho old
gentleman until she happens
to win a Santa Claus who
will bo her individual property.
It is with these flesh nnd
blood Santa Clauses that we
wish to whisper. On the
Australia which arrived last
week, there were several lnr"o
cases of solid silver ware for
us. In turn wo will dispose
of it to Santa Claus. We will
havo no difficulty in doing this
as the assortment i3 from four
of, tho largest and best factories
in tho United States. You
will havo an opportunity to
view tho goods later.
Von Holt Building.
Real Estate Transactions
Subscribers nre fimiinhed with from five
to Bis ilists per week, giving an nccurato
record of all deeds, mortgngoB, lenses, ro
lcnww, powers of attorney, etc., etc., which
uio plncod on record. Also a list of all
district court judgments.
Subscription Price, $2.00 jtcr Month.
A. V. GEAR,
NOTARY PUBLIC and TYPEWRITER
OmcKi 20S Merchant sheet, Cnmpboll
liloclcrear of J. O. Cartel' office. P 0
Box 330. ' '