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EVENING BULLETIN, NOVEMBER 2d 18W.
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Tnndm-H will bo received at tlio ,
Attorney Qonornl'8 oluYo till 12
o'clock noou on Monday, the DOth
day of November, 18, for furu
fchiug tho Ualm Prison for one
yo .r beginn.ng in Tuesday, tho
1st day of Dn-Hinber, with tho fol
lowing snpplii'H tit Mich times mid
in such quantities ns may bo ro
Tlio Marshal or Bitch other
offiuor us lro may designate will
mako tho requisitions, and all sup
plies will bo subject to his in
Bpcctiou and appiovnl.
Tho contractor will bo required
to furnish mutable bond for tin
faithful performance of hia con
All tendon must bo distinctly
markoil "renders for Supplies,
Tho Attorney General does not
bind hint'olf to accept the lowest
or any hid. W. O. Smith,
Attomoy General's otVico, Nov.
Poi, por lb.
Fresh Meat, pur lb.
Ilard Bread Medium, with caso,
Tiesh Bread, per loaf.
Siilinou, red, per lb.
Tea, por lb.
Colfoe, Komi in beau, por lb.
Bonus, red or pink, por lb.
Potatoes, por lb.
Unions, por lb.
Eico No. 1, per bug of 100 lbs.
Bar Soap, brown, with caso, por
Sugar No. 1, per lb.
Milk, por quart.
Blue Denim, Amoskeag lioz.,
Brown Denim, Amoskeag 14
oz., por yd.
(Jaiivas Nos. 2, 10 and 12, por
Blankets, per pair.
Galvanized lion Buckets, 13
and 1 1, per doz.
Yawl Brooms, por doz.
Shoes, with buckles on sides,
California "Wheat Hay, large
bales, por ton.
Oats, por ton.
Solo Leather, por lb.
5l?o Euer?ir?2 Bulletin
DANIEL, LOGAN. Editor.
TUESDAY, NGV. 2J, 1890.
In yesterday's isMio au official
c impitrativu statement of tho last
twj siijiar crops was given wlrch
was prepaid by Professor Max
well, conductor of the Etporiinont
Station of tho Hawaiian Sugar
Planters' Assoc'ation. It showed
tho haudsomo iucroiise of nearly
7-1,000 tous of sugar from less
than (50,000 acres under cultiva
tion. There was nlso shown tho
gratifying increase of 1070 lbs. of
sugar to tho aero cultivated. Had
tho production to the aero boon
tho same for tho last crop as the
previous one, the increase in total
yield would havo been but about
27,000 tons instead of 74,000 in
rouud uiiinbjiv. Tins iopieeu
tatiou proves that tho plan
ters and millers had a respect
able undeveloped margin form
erly, in methods of cultivation
aud manufactuio, to operate
upon as an oifset to possibly
droopiug markots or adveiso leg
islation iu the United States.
Nono knew tho oistonco of this
murgin bettor th m the sugar pio
duens, wh ) for many years hud
boon toiling i i tho school of ox
pariouco at tho same time utiliz
ing to tho full the bandit of mu
tual consultation ami comparison
of notes in overy branch of the
industry to obtain tho host p s
siblo results from their invest
monts of capital, bruins and onorgy.
Each largo ostato or mill h.i 1 its
own scientific and mechanical ex
ports, aud superintendents tlioin
solves had in many years acquired
no small dogroo of export know
ledge. Yet tho experience gained
on ono description of soil and in
ono set of climatic or rather inoto-
orologieal conditions topogra- j
phical features of lands boing al
ro a dilToronlial factor in crontiu"
oxamplos did not provo to lit tho
case of ovory plantation in corros
ponding questions of Boil, moteo
rolojjy and topography. It was a
decidedly advanced ptop that was
ta'ti'tt therefore, in tho lino of
mutual Holf-help, when tho plant.
ors' organization resolved to es
tablish ouo contral Btation for
the determination, by scientific
appliance and methods, undor
competently skilled direction, all
the varied quostionn of njjrionltii
.. ,,u,ur,u.,,uie modes of
ion. Tho Lperiment Sta-
Hun uni'iiis to have proved the
eems to have proved me ,
most profitable object of mutual
investment the sugar planters of
Hawaii have ever agreed upon,
and the scientific gentleman
placed at its head ns happy a
selection for tho position as could
h tvo been made. At loust
that is the judgment to bo
formed upon rosults thus far
achieved. Many pooplo may
open their eyes in wondor, in
view of popul'ir talk, at tho small
average of a little moro than four
tons of sugar to the acre. When
it is known that s-omo of tho virgin
soil cultivated has yiolded eight
and nino tons, the fact that tho
avriigo all over is only one half
such results would indicate that
tho Hawaiian sugar industry is
the vory continry of boing dobili-t-itetl.
It has prospored, on tho
whole, at this lowaveiago, and tho
prospects nro for a groat gain
s ill in avorugo production.
Throughout the greater pait
of tho area it occupies it must
have a vitality capablo of with
standing moio uufavorublo exper
iences aud sovoro shocks than it
has ovor yet sustained. Even tho
national bugbear of contract labor
may before very long be con
cedol as being not indispens
able to the life of tho chtt-f iu
dustry of tho Hawaiian Islands.
From the sciontilio basis on which
tho producers havo now placed
thoir iuterest, ovou greater gains
than thoso exhibited in last crop
report may bo oxpectod. Planta
tions and mills have in numbers
boon awaiting thooutcomoof sue
eessful conform) in tho van of
progress, and. with the results be
foro tho eyes of thoir owners
which caunot bo gainsaid, thoso
waiting ones will now adopt the
most improved methods iu overy
branch of production. Ncct year's
comparative statement may thero
forj b expected to bo as satisfac
tory as that just published.
Footballers bhotild remember
that victory is not worth tho price
of broken limbs and disfigured
countenances. Exhibit agility,
strength, and pliancy of foot,
tather than tho rttdo shocks of
bodily avoirdupois in collision.
Tho spectators will bo hotter
All other nationalities will
doubtloss proffer kindly sympathy
to tho Portugueso residents in os
tablishiug thoir national inde
pendence day on this hospitable
Wheel scorchers are liable to
start the nextchaptor of accidents.
Thoy are as much a menace as tho
horsed demijohns of Saturday
Honolulu should oncourago its
rising exponents of tho line aits.
And healthy bodios are a fortune
within thi'insolves. Money can't
buy thorn, thieves cuu'l steal
them, bat having them, all can
preserve them, by drinking
lUinier Beer. it's biewed ot
finest hops and malt and is abso
lutely pure. On tap or in bottlos
at tho Criterion Suloon.
j ii nor. an it j ii n v.
Imi JiuIki-m ttcmiilpil Amillicr
lleforo Judgo Perry:
Manuol Wain vs. Kahalopaakni
ami Leong Oheufojectmont. Ver
dict for plaint iff, ouo juror dissent
ing. Notice of motion for new
Guardianship of Sam Kalama
and Knmala, minors. Guardian
is grunted authority to soil real
estate under S430 bond, llobort
son for potitionor.
Republic vs. lloughtailiug.
Liquor soiling without license.
Continuance is granted on ground
of absence of material witness.
To which Oroighton & Correa for
rior s ullnfltM U Bish
Condemnation ot pro-
petty Tor public iwes
of defendants argued
' tod. L. A. Diekoy for plaintiff;
S. M. Ballou for ono of defen
dants. PaiigLum Mow vs. Pang Lntn
alias Ning Pang Luui. Assump
sit. Judgment for pluiutilf. Hum
phreys for plaintiff; no appear
auco for defendant.
Boforo Judge Carter:
G. K. Kaiopahia vs. Kuua.
Ejectment. Still on from yester
day. Jus. A. Hopper vs. John F.
Colburn, assignee in bunkiuptcy
ol Henry F. Poor, and Hairy
Cannon aud Charles T. Guliek.
Bill in equity foreclosing inott
gago. Couit authorizes the as
signeo to soil tho dairy and stock
much iu question for 822,000 at
private sale, pay mortgogoo tho
5:17,000 duo him, and deposit
$2300 in Court to await final de
cision in Cannon vs. Poor.
Thurston & Stanley for plaintiff;
C. Brown for assiguoo; Magoou
In tho matter of estate of Julia
K. Campbell. Alexander J. Camp
bell Appointed ndministiator under
$2000 bond. W. U Smith for peti
tioner. Account of W. F. "Wilson, ro
coivor of estate of Akaun, deceas
ed, rel'eried to Li Cheung, Chi
nese interpreter, ns master for re
port. In tho Supremo Court:
Geo. W. Maofurluno vs. John A.
Cummins nud William G. Ii win.
Bill for specific performance.
Plaintiif by his attorneys, Thurs
ton .fe Stanley, files discontinuance
1 1 Need of a
1 Time Piece
Ii You cannot make up your
mind what kind to get; it both
3 ors you, because every oue has
d an opinion of his own as to the
best make. Lot us suggest
somothiug to you.
h AVhon a watch is backed by a
responsible houso, money baok
I ed, so guaranteed that if tho
a slightebt defect is found, your
money is returned, or nnothor
watch is given in place, should
a you worry as to tho kind to got?
A watch is made to keep
time, tho ono coming the noar-
est to being correct is tho ono
of most worth. It mattors not
3 jf it cost Ton DoUat s or a
I Tho matter of expensive
I casos ib left ontiroly to your
3 tasto and tho length of your
3 As Agents for tho high
a grade "Elgin" and tho lnodium
priced " Watorlmry" both makes
of which thoro is an endless
variety, we are enabled to offer
nn unusually largo assortment
of completo watches, and nt
pricos fur bolow former tates.
From $3.00 Up.
All mado to run, and
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? j t -
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Do you know a good thing
when you see it? Some peo
ple do and some don't, but
those who tumble to it are
bound to get ahead in the race
for wealth. We can put you
on to a thing or two. Just
now we want you to
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Remember he is your best
friend and if you treat him
well and feed him well, he will
do more work and better work,
besides looking as a noble
equine ought to look.
"THE NATIONAL FEED
will work a complete metamor
phosis in the condition and
the appearance of your horse.
It is a circular shaped vessel,
made of cold rolled steel, fine
ly galvanized, with a Aalleable
Iron Side Rod, each box fur
nished complete with a Japan
ned Wrought Iron Holder,
Plate and Screws. This feed
box has the advantage that
you can put it up anywhere in
the stall or box, does not waste
a particle of the feed, will
always be sweet and clean,
and is especially desirable
where a horse is inclined to
It saves feed bills at a rate
of from 2$ to 30 per cent.
Saves Doctor's bills by pre
venting indigestion, colic and
stomach troubles. Saves host
ler's time, trouble and vexation.
It pays for itself in a few weeks,
and no Stable is complete
without it. They come in 3
sizes, capacity 6. 8 and 10
quarts, and the price is within
the reach of everybody own
ing a horse. We would es
pecially call the attention of
managers of Livery Stables to
this new device. It will pay
you the trouble to come and
FOR SALE BY
Hawaiian Hardware Co.
Opposite Sprcokels' Bank,
NO. 307 TORT STREET.
Thnt's all wo have to talk about. Wo havo Sporting
Slices made by specialists; Dress Shoes Slippers and
Boots for Ladies and Gentlemen designed by artists.
Shoes that fit make pretty feet, all we need care for
is to keep at tho head of the procos-sion and this wo
are doing most magnificently by selling as gwod
shoes ns any body else, and selling them for tlio most
pirt at lower prices than tho other fellows.
The Manufacturers' Shoe Co,,
3? Exclusive Shoe Dealers S3l
The Original ns
J VI It
ill, JUV. 60111,
At 9 o'clock a. m .
Walt For It
You Will Save Money I
The Largest Stock
The Lowest Prices
" The Original. "
a!L Nichols Co,
113 KING STREET.
Take an Outing
. . . . SUNDAYS
Trains will leavo at 9:15 a.m.
and 1:45 p. M., arriving in Horn -lulu
t :!:11 and 5:C5 P. M.
ROUND TRIP TICKETS:
let Class !M Clncs
Pearl City $ 75 $ 50
Ewa Plantation... 1 00 75
Waiunao 1 CO 1 26
Men and women are but
older children and enjoy re
ceiving gifts quite ns much as
the little tots. Some mothers
and wives enjoy baubles; others
of a more useful turn of mind
appreciate something for tho
table or tho homo generally.
We have heard of ladies who
hung up their stocking, ex
pecting to find a box of bon
bons in it on awakening, but
instead were gratified to find
a set of French China. Wo
do not advise this, because,
unless it is especially strong,
the stocking is apt to be in
Wo received ex Miowora
an invoice of tho finest Koyal
Worcester Ware ever brought
to this country. Tho cases
will be open on Monday and
the goods ready for your in
spection. On the S. G. Wilder, al
most due, wo have $5,000
woith of Amorican cut glass,
suitablo for everyday use,
and a new assortment of
Onyx tables and piano lamps
combined. Also live o'clock
teas and chafing dishes in
'new designs. And on the
24th via Sydney, we will
havo an invoice of French
, China in three new designs.
Also a number of pieces of
We are ready for Christmas.
Von Holt Building.
TO THE PUBLIC.
Notico is hereby given that I
have revoked and annulled all
powers of whatsoever nature,
heretofore confoi red upon A. Uosa
by mo, and under which ho has
assumed tho nianogeniout of my
proporty and tho collection of
moneys duo me. Parties paying
uioiioy to said ltosa for my account
will do so at thoir peril.
WILLIAM M. MAIIUKA.
Tlio Kiniiu PRilwi; Nov. 10 U will lj0 duo
in Honolulu, WeiliMHiluy, Not,2W, iu-Hti-iicl
ol Kritliiy, Nov 'JTlli, m, ner tinio
WILDER'B SrUAMSUIl'CO., L'D.
Ilouolulii, Nov. 10, lMKi. 4U0 7t
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