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EVENING BULLETIN, NOVEMBER 11, 1890.
Mymrvmuw r zV"z
Sale of Public Lands
On Siturdiiy, Nnvombei 21 next,
at 12 o'clock noon, ut f.onttu-j
tranco of Judiciary Building, '
Honolulu, will be sold a aniiill 11
of land at Wai holo Knolnupoko, '
Oilin contain iu 'VI 100 aero.
This land is loctiiril imikni of tlio
Govornmout rond, adjoining land
of Mr. A. Callon, and is good I
rice lund. I
Toims Gush, U. S. Gold.
Upsot Price $100.
Also nt tlio snuo tinio and
pliico, will bo s ld lot of eoU'oo
lund at Knupo, Maui, known as
Lot No. 7, Public Linda Map
No 1, cmtuniing 38 50-100 acres.
Upsot prici-, SllC.GO
This land wdl bo sold subject
to tue following tortus and con
ditions: One.-fourth pnrchaso price, oisli,
remumW in tq'.al instalments in
Olio, two ni.d tlno.i joara. with
intori'st at r.itn of stvon (7) per
C'"nt. per anuuni.
Oultiv.it.on and impiovonieiits
to bt-giti within fust yoar and
continue during tlio two succeed
ing yours. At ond nf third year,
if Urn por cont of laud is undor
oultiviitinn, the land fenced, and
all conditions complied with, pur
chasm1 will roceivo feo Miopia title.
Full particnltus and plnus of
nboxo l.mds may bo obtai icd on
application at tho public lands
J. F. BUOWN,
Agent of Public Lands.
Public Landfe Office, Honolulu,
Oct 24111,189(5. M3-3t
Sale of Land, at Olaa.
On Monday, November 23, 1890,
at 12 o'clock noon, at tho office of
tho 6ub-agent, Hilo, will be sold
Olaa Lot No. 318 on tho volcauo
road, containing forly-soven acres
n little more oi loss. Upset price,
$10.40 per acre.
Land to bo sold undor tlio fol
lowing general terms and condi
tions: One fourth of purchase prico to
bo paid on day of sale and re
mainder in equal instalments in
one, two and turoo years, with
interest at rate of 0 per cent per
Cultivation and improvements
to bo bi'cun during tho first yenr
and continue during succeeding
two years. Twouty livo (25) per
cout of the laud to bo put under
cultivation and othor impiovo
monts of tho value of $200 to bo
niado boforo tho ond of tho third
year. At end of third year or
Booner, if full amount of cultiva
tion n ml improvement has beon
niado with full payment of Pur
chase Price, and all conditions to
Ruoh dato fulfilled, a Patont Grant
for tho promises will issue.
Full particulars can bo obtained
nt the Public Lands Ofiice, Hono
lulu, or tit the office of tho Sub
Ageut in Hilo.
J. F. BROWN,
Ageut of Public Lauds.
Public Land Ollice, Honolulu,
Oot. 24th, 1896. 443-3t
1S) Euerjir Bulletin,
DANIEL LOGAN, Editor.
WEDNESDAY, NOV. 11, 189G.
THROW IT OPEN.
There can bo but ono opinion
in tho minds of unprejudiced and
disinterested people regarding tho
rumored movomont to have the
otoliifeive cable frauohiso renewed
on its expiration at an early date,
ltonewal would be flying in tho
fnoo of the disappointing experi
ence of tho past. Thoso who ad
vocato it should assume the bur
den of proof that the results will
be any mora satisfactory than
those fiom tho latent experiment
in that line. They should be asked
to point out one Jlav, as shown by
tlio present position of tho matter,
in tho objections, that wero urged
by the Bulletin igainst tho hasty
action of the Gowinment and Le
gislature, in railroading the frau
ohiso granted to Mr. Spalding.
Tho Government ought to stop
diokoring with priwito speculators
for tho carrying out of largo
affairs of national importance. It
has only met failure in every in
stance of tho kind, the cable and
the lofundiug bonds boing glariug
ly in ovidonco. All that Hawaii can
do, whilo not in a position to lay
a cablo purely as a Hawaiian
undertaking, is to offer all tho
oucouragemonl tho country can
afford for open competition. Make
tho subsidy and lauding privileges
available to tho first company that
can givo n guarantee that it will
construct a cablo. From tho ex
perience of othor countries, indeed,
Hawaii ought to oxerciso great cau
tion about granting exclusive cablo
lauding privileges. Thore is littlo
doubt that, whon onco ono cablo
is laid across tho Pacific, others
will soon follow. A cnblo from
Amorica to Japan would
not bo long in oporation until
ono between Amorica and Austra
lasia would be projectcd,xaud vice
vorsa. Thoro is bound to be
cable communication now boforo
n great uhile, and Hawaii cannot
do a groat deal to hasten or hinder
it. But wo hnvo a position in
valuablo to any transpacific cable.
Do not sell our valuable fran
chises too cheaply to any combination.
Theie nro persons in Honolulu
who havo beon in the Armenian
country, whoso estimate of tho
lower classes of that race is not
calculated to eucourage tho move
ment for introducing Armonians
to this country. It will not holp
the advocacy of such labor any to
traduce tho motives of peoplo
holding contrary opinions.
as kixmmi or o.iii:dv.
Continued 'from IU Page.
but this lady certainly did so on
this occasion. Space will not
admit of details. Suflico it to say,
Mrs. Dimoud gave an artistic in
torpretation of her pait in every
particular expression, acting,
carriage and dress. Mies McGrew
did not surprise hor friends, be
cause she had been known np an
ornameut of tho amateur stage. Yet
sbo nowexcollod her best provious
efforts, quito exhausting tho ro
sources of her part. Tho ladies
in tho minor roles left nothing to
be desired. Mrs. Boyd had little
to say, but hor stage presence was
most charming. Miss Judd had
but a fow briof minutes on tho
boards, yot in that spaco gave a
bit of character acting really ad
mirable A real live baby is not
named on the program, but it was
in tho play and tho way it tried to
drown the orchestra deserves a
golden rattlo for Christmas.
The gentleman playors really
all starred it in proportion to the
respeotivo requirements of their
characters. Mr. Lowers did
finished woik throughout and
really increased his woll-oarnod
fame iu drama as well us opera.
Major Potter gave as good play
ing as ono would wish to soo even
from a professional. He was away
up. Mr. Mackintosh sprang into
favor from his first entranco, on
which ho well sustained tho bur
den of convoyiug the first impres
sions of the play. His part could
not have been bettor performed.
Mr. Wilson gave Bomo masterly
actions and posos, showing an im
provement upon his previously
acknowledged capacity. Of couise
nothing but excellence was to be
expected of Mr. Scott, as a vetoran
player, yot in all his appearances
in Honolulu considering thj
brovity of "his pipco now - no had
not done a uoa'tor bit of acting.
HiB ohiof glory on this occasion,
however, was as tho coaohor and
director of tho company. His
services will bo reflected for a
long time to come in tho exploits
of tho local talent of Honolulu.
Prof. Borgor's orchestra was as
usual no slight adjunct to tho
ovouing's onjoymont. Tho selec
tions for overtures and between
acts wore well made nnd per
formed. If you want a good Island po
tato just ring up 755,Palama Gro
om' ,aud they will send you a bag
of tho unrivalled Kohala spuds,
grown from Now Zealand seed.
Sold at our usual livo and lot livo
rates. Palama Grooory, opposite
Bail way Depot.
Mr. Faithfull Begg, M. P., is a
tluough passongor on the Alameda.
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 he 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 Atasonic 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 of 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 fiom
the floor on legs like a stove
no moisture can accumulate
underneath to attract 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.
Oppobito Sprockels' Bank,
NO. 307 FORT STREET,
that wo aro prepared at
all times to do your Copper
Plato Engraving and Printing
on Cauls, Wedding and Society
Also, Fino Monogram Em
bossing, Address Di)s and
Stamping in colors or plain.
Cards from your plato $1.50
por hundred. .
11. F. Wichman,
Don't you heed a watch?
One that you can depend
upon. Tho kind wo sell.
We nro soiling Walthams
in a dust proof ease for
and fully warrant them in
We sell other makes,
sonic as low ns 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 tho lift.
No pio plates sold, ut
most reliability in overy
Mortgagee's Notico of Intontion to
Foreclose and of Sale.
In accordance with tho provi
sions of that certain mortgago
made by Joseph Polo and Keamo,
his wifo, to H. Dimond, dated
September 2Gth, 1884, and duly
assigned by H. and J.Wntorhouse,
executors under tho will of H.
Dimond, by assignment rocorded
in said otlico in Libor 1(53, page
275, Ac, recorded in the Begistor
office, Oahu, in Libor 83, page
b08-9, notico is hoioby given that
said mortgagoo intends to foreclose
tho samo for condition broken, to
wit.: tho non-payment of both
principal and inteiest when due.
Notico is likowiso givon that
after the expiration of threo weeks
from this dato tho proporty cov
ered by said mortgago will bo
advertised for salo itud will bo
sold at public auction at tho auc
tion rooms of Jas. F. Morgan,
Honolulu, on Monday, tho JOth
day of Novombor, 189G, at 12
o'clock noon of that day.
II. WATER HO USE, Jr.,
Assignee of Mortgago.
For further particulars, apply
to J. Alfred Mogoou, Attorney
for H. Watorhouso, Jr.
Dated Honolulu, Nov. 4th, 1890.
The property to bo sold is as
All that pioco or parcol of land
situated atKowilo, P-iuoa, Island
of Oaliu, described in Jtoynl
Patont No. 102G. Kuleaua 10,270,
to Mahiua as Apana 2, Taro and
Kula land, more particularly de
scribed us follows:
''E uoomukn ma ko kihi Homa
o lei loi koelo o J. i'iikoi ko kihi
Tlikiim muii I; a o kcia aina, a o
holo Akuu 49 Kom. 100 Kupuai
ma kuaunn muwaho o ke knoio a
hiki i ka Pohaku i Poa ia X pili
ana mo ko Kalawaia aluila lloma
36 Kom. 52 Kapuai, uihi o
Kalawaia, a Akau 50 Kom. 38
Kapuai analiuu u Akuu -19 Kom.
140 Kapuai ma ko Kalawaia ia
man aoao a hiki i ko Kokawowo,
alaila Homa 40 s Kom. 72 Kapuai
ma ko Kokawowo a hiki i ko Ka
lawaia, nluil.i ma ia aina Homa
43J Hikina 284 Kapuai a hiki i
ka pohukn ma ko ala liilii, o pili
ana me ka mokuna o Kowalo a mo
Auwaiolimu, alaila, Polelei i uko.
E pili una mo ka aina o kckula a,
hiki i kahi i hoomaku ai o ka Hi
72-100 oka." 451-td
The liveniny Jhdletint 75 ecnts
That's all wo havo to talk about. Wo hnvo Sporting
Shoes made by specialists; Dress Shoes, Slippers and
Boots for Ladies unci Gentlemen designed by nrtists.
Shoes thnt fit make pretty feet, all we need caro for
is to keep at tho head of the procession and this wo
nro doing most magnificently by selling as good
shoes as any body else, and selling them for the most
part nt lower prices than tho othor fellows.
The Manufacturers' Shoe Go.,
SE2P Exclusive Shoe Dealers. 3I
ft WM fil I hi
rtvn W rf
If you aro thinking of getting a
BioYoiiK, now is tho time to got
oue whilo they last. This offor of
BAMDLcns at S75.00 is not a out iu
prico, so don't wait oxpocting to
soo tho prico come nny lower. Wo
are offering 1895 wheels at this
pricVnud thoro aro but a fow loft.
ThiB wheel is fitted with tho
Grout O. & J. rVii'G
which haB proven so satisfactory
in this laud of the
I via. we Thorn
Wo nlso havo a stock of tho 1890
whools both ladieB nnd gents which
we aro oiforing at a low figure and
on easy terms. Como in nnd havo
a look at our wheels and satisfy
yourself that wo aro in the Bicycle
Stop and think how many Nick
les and Dimes you might savo
had you a wheel. A ride to Wai
kiki is not only a ploasuro but a
sure saving of health and strength.
You will find now vigor by thouso
of muscles never boforo brought
WHEELS THAT LAST AND BON'T COST YOU
THEIR VALUE FOR REPAIRS.
E. 0. Hall & Son
Take an Outing
. . . . SUNDAYS
Trains will leave at 9:15 a. m,
and 1:45 p. m., arriving in Hoiu
lulu at 3:11 and 5:55 p. M.
ROUND TRIP TICKETS:
1st Class !M Clnee
Penrl City $ 75 50
Ewa Plantation... 1 00 75
Waianno 1 50 1 25
i' j..A.'.iW , "nflim
f itri .-r
a -tsnw .rL pa
Much of tho solid silver
ware used in Honolulu is
bought in San Francisco by
people visiting there because
it is cheap.
Twenty-five per cent duty
is a great deal too much to
pay and it tempts peoplo to
make purchases whilo thoy are
where they may buy it
cheaper. There is nothing
criminal in tho transaction,
just a bit of practical econ
omy. There would have been
no necessity for these buyers
to go abroad, if dealers wero
willing to divide with their
customers. Tho profit is largo
enough on solid ware to cut
off tho twenty-fivo por cent,
and sell it ut a margin satis
factory to overy one. Peoplo
do not buy when they are
abroad because they can get
bettor goods, but because they
can get cheaper.
The selections maTlo by us
aro from three of the largest
factories in the States. Wo
buy for cash and get the ar
ticles cheap and will sell them
at twenty-five per cent, or
exactly tho same as is charged
in San Francisco. We havo
child's sets at $0.75 and full
tea sots for a great deal more;
tho quality has nover been
surpassed in this country and
the prices havo nover beon
Von Holt Building.
Adjourned. Annual Meet
Tho Ilealani Yacht and Boat Club will
hold their udjonrued Anuuni Meeting Fri
day Evening, Nov. 13th, at 7:30 o'clock, at
tho Club 15oat House. Election of Offlcora
and business of other importance will be
transacted. A. V. GEAR,
Annual Meeting Notice.
Tho Annual Meeting of Wildor's Steam
bhii Coniiauy, Limited, will bo held at
the Company's Offlco in Honolulu, Mon
day, Nov. lflth, lo90, at 10 o'clook a. in.
WILDER'S STEAM8niP CO., L'D.
Wm, G. IIrash, Seorotiiry proi tem.
Honolulu, November 0th, 1890. 454-Ot
A Watch Cham Pendant of New Zealand
Gretmutone Tuesday between Kalihi and
town. Suitable reward on return to G.
Caison Kenyon, or this office. 439.H
MART PUBLIC and TYPEWRITER
OmcM 203 Merchant meet, Campbell
Block tear of .1. O. Cartel' oflicol. I' O
Box 330. J '
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