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EVEMNG 13ULLETIN, NOVEMBER 25, 1890.
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PUBLIC LANDS NOTICE.
Sale of Leases of GoYernmeiit Lands.
On Wednesday. Dec. 23, 189(5,
lit ft out ontranro of Judicinry
Building, lliino'nlu, at 12 o'clock
llixiu, Will be sold Uni liillowilig
Leases of liovornmoiit Lands:
1st G nuriimout tract in Ku
mie anil Wmlnn, Hilo, Hawaii,
lying botwroii the limit) ronil and
forest liuo, consisting of onto and
pustuto land formerly under If mo
to tho ll.ikulau Plant iiion Co.
Atea '13") acres mo)o or les.
Tunn 21 yoi)!. U(st rental
S100O pajablo ootni- iiinuiilly in
Tint Government li'soives tbo
rigbt ti take at any time with
lcnsotiibc D'it bb and without
uompoirMitinii, except for improve
ments tiko", any portion of tlio
,ibov" piumiscH wlroli i iy bo io
qiiiiod for cm. sli action of now
load- orJpj, or dunging
-C.rffrfiies, mill to talfoj" H""
piem rtfii soil, rocs orgiuYV,n8
mnv be nocssarv tor tuo eo.
Btmrtioi) or improvoinont of such
2nd I'ort'on of tho Govern
ment bind of Kahiii, Koliala, bo
puming in tho vicinity of tho
Vt vfii'iiiunt road to Ho. (i)pi),and
extendi' g ninukti to tho pioposed
new road from Ko!i:ibi to W.u
mo i. containing a totil idea of
155 .i)"". a little m -it' or losj.
Ti m if loiibi 5 yuuB from No
von bei 13th, 1897. Ups-t lental
5925 a yoar pajablo somi aunu
ally in advance.
3rd Portion of tlio land or
Knhui, Koliiiln, botwoou tho Gov
ornmont road to llonoipo aud tho
sea, containing an area of 80
aens, more or les. Term Fho
veari fiom November 13th, 1897.
Upet rent il $100 00 per an
num, payable semi-annually in
4th Tho Government tiact in
llntnakuii, Hawaii, lying between
litiidsnf Kual i and Kaiwiki, and
extending mnuka fiom tho Gov
ernment load to new settlement j
lots. Aiu) oJv acies more or
less. Term Five yeais. Kent 1
per annum- Upset H00, n.iyiible
semi-annually in advanco.
5th Various sin ill Shrimp
Ponds and W ter Holes sitnato
n the laud ot' Kaw)papa, Uiiint,
-Maui, below tin Government io d.
Tut in 15 veins. Upset rental
S25 0J pn ih'o eaily in luhaiice.
Pluim ul tlio above may bo been
at the Publ'o Liuds Ollice, whoio
fuithor p.uticnlars cm bu ob
tained. (Signed) J. F. BROWN,
Agent of Public Linda.
D t ted November 25th, 1890.
Tendois will be received at tho
Attorney General's oflico till 12
o'clock noon on Monday, the 30th
day ot November, 1890, for furn
ishing the Oahu Prison for one
year beginning on Tuesday, the
1st day of December, with tho fol-
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lowing supplies nt such times and ;
in mci quantities as may be 10
j. no Marshal or bucIi other
oHicer as ho may designate will
make tho requisitions, and all sup
plies will lie subject to his in
spection and approval.
Tho contractor will be required
to furnish buitablo bond for the
faithful pafoimancp of his con
Alltondeis must be distinctly ,
marked "Tenders for Supplies,
The Attorney Gonornl does not
bind hims-elf to accept tho lowest
or any bid. "W. O. Smith,
Attorney General's ollico, Nov.
Poi, por lb.
Fresh Meat, per lb.
Hard Broad Medium, with caso,
Fresh Bread, per loaf.
Salmon, red, per lb.
Tea, poi lb.
Cofr'eo, Kona in beau, por lb.
Beaus, red or pink, per lb.
Potatoes, por lb
Onions, por lb.
Kioe No. 1, pu bag of 100 lbs.
Bar Soap, brown, with case, por
Sugar No. 1, per lb.
Milk, por quai t.
Bluo Denim, Araoskeag 14 o..,
I or yd.
J,,"""'"" An"""c"B M
Canvas Nos. 2, 10 and 12, per
JJIankcts, per pair.
Galvanized lion Duckets, 13
and 14, per do..
Yard J3rooiiis, por doz.
Shoes, with buckles on sides,
California Wheat Hay, largo
bales, por ton.
Oats, per ton.
bole Leather, pel lb.
5 Ev8f)ii2 Bulletin
DANIEL LOGAN, Editor.
WEDNESDAY, NOV. 25, 1890.
" It is good to givo thanks to
God," tho royal singer of Isiael
said. There is no exception made,
in holy writ, of even tho unfoitun
ato from obligations of gratitude
to the Giver of all good. Even
afllictionx aio to bo necopled with
it ir.t :r. I.. 1..1
rt'iiuiKiuiiiuss, us, ii piupmiy uiui'ii,
tlioyV declared to bo wholesome
for tho"ii'i?m' nature of man.
Much moio is-iU'icumbout, then,
upon the recipients uudipgiUB
ed benefits, mercies nmV,"jri1,i'
ties fnoin ovil, to take time from
the hurly burly of life's conflicts for
rendoiing the homage of giatcful
heai ts to tho Source of life, hap
piness and light. With the in
dividual this is a duty, or lather
a piivilcgp, now every morning
with tho fuvois of heaven. In the
ciio of the nation beemly giati
tude for happy conditions cannot
bo specifically exhibited from day
to da), although it may and ought
to bo perennially exemplified by
all who aro lesponstblo for tho
welfnro of the btate and this
comprehends tho wliolo body
politic as well as the representa
tive heads of government by
working in harmony with tho
principles of truth, justice
and mercy whi-jh, wo aro
told, come from both oarth
and sky to hold a perpetual ro
uniou of joy in anticipation ot
the good timo coming whon they
will form tho uuivorsal constitu
tion. It is cood, however, for tho
lmtiou o mvo 0UL day jn tuo yelir
for thankfegiving, aud tho appro
priate time is when the eaith has
yielded its animal increano for
the subsistence of tho people.
Now England ha8 given this glad
day to the whole English speak
ing 'Western Hemisphere, and for
tho happy boon that cradle of
New "World civilization is entitled
to tho meed of eve) lasting lomom
branco The Government of Ha
waii has done well in making
tho day its own, instead
of leaving it for tho American
C(,lony to observe in honor of
their beloved laud. That object
is not in thoir caBO detracted from,
by making tho festival one for all
tho inhabitants of those fair isles.
Hawaii has had an unusually
prosperous and progressive year,
one, too, remarkably freo from
national ills or even embarrass
ments. Let tho whole nation,
tiinrofnrn wiMmnt rPsneeUn flic-
j creo(1 unito on tUo
'morrow in joyful rendering and
; oxhib)tion of thanks to heaven for
its abounding positive benefac-
tioiig nml ;tH iuercifai exemptions
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1 ,10ul uvl' ,uu disaster.
Editor H. M. "Whitney of tho
Planters' Monthly had tho mis
fortuno to havo hud part of a sen
tence of his editorial omitted by
the printer. Tho sentence com
plete is as follows:
Tho extraordinary incroaso in
tho Bugar outcome of Hawaii for
1890 allouls an object lossou.illus
trating tho value of intelligent,
scientific supervision in every
stage ot tho woik from the turn
ing up and preparation of tho soil
to tho marketing of tho golden
product, that should convince
I ovory 0110 who may havo doubts
I that inothor earth, whoa rightly
; assisted not only in tho cultiva
I tion of Biigar cano, but also of
other products ot tho soil is pre
pared to reward the husbandman
tor hit' intelligent labor and his
increased expenditure in her be
half, ovon beyond his most san
1 Another curious typographical
orror represents President Swau
?.y of the Ilawaiian Planters' As
sociation as calling Piofcssor
Koebole the "etymologist to this
country" instead of "ontomolo
gist." This is a caso of etymolo-
ugy going wild in one of its own
derivatives. This number of tho
Monthly contains tho full text of
I repoits submitted to tho Associa
tion, at its recent nipoling, includ-
ing ovon tho exhaustive ones by
Prof. Maxwoll on tho experiment
btation, on fertilization aud on
manufacture. It 19 very enter
prising to havo gotten tho num
ber out so soon after tho conven
tion. For its information tho
Novoinber number is worth its
weight in gold.
The United State, Caundn and
Hawaii all givo public thanks -to
Providence tomotrow for national
and individual -blessings of .' n
yCW- This, is, v,,i impiessivo fact.
It's a restoration and not an in
dopendoico day tho Portuguese
aro going to make a holiday of on
tho lirst of December. All right.
Have a good time anyway.
And healthy bodies are a forluuo
within themselves. Money can't
I buy them, thieves can't steal
j them, but having them, all can
, preserve them, by drinking
1 llaiuior Boor. It's brewed of
finest hops and malt and is abo
J lutely pure. On tap or in bottles
at the Criterion baloou.
i'imj iiiu nmwj III IllCHliiJ, tlilltll-
b ut us to longevity. Ho thinks
Unit Leopold von Runko, who died
in his 91st year, obtained tho
aver lire of tho historian.
I Yqil Are iiz
Need of a
Time Piece . .
You cannot mako up your
mind what kind to get; it both
ers you, becauso oveiy one has
an opinion of his own as to the
best make. Lot us suggest
something to you.
"When a watch is backed by a
lesponsiblo house, monoy back
ed, so guaranteed that if tho
slightest defect is found, vour
money is returned, or another i
watch is given 111 place, uliould
you wony as to tho kind to got?
A watch is mado to keep
time, tho ouo coming tho near
est to being correct is tho 0110
of most worth. It matters not
if it cost Tou Dollars or a
Tho mnttor of exponsivo
cases is loft entirely to your
tasto and tho length of your
As Agonts for the high
grado "Elgin" and tho medium
piicod 'Watoibury" both makes
of which there s an endless
varioty, wo ore enabled to offer
nn unusually largo assoitmont
of complete watches, aud at
prices far below former rates.
il From $3.00 Up.
a S3T All mado to run, and
m run well.
H. P. Wicliman
I imeiy j opies
TELESCOPE COFFEE POTS,
TEA STRAINERS AND
The Telescope Coffee
Pot is constructed with an
inner chamber extending one
sixteenth of an inch fiom the
bottom of the Pot, thus' pre
venting any possible escape
of the steam and aroma.
The coffee used should be
ground very fine and placed in
the inner chamber. Pour boil
ing water over the coffee,
cover and allow to remain on
the stove six or seven minutes.
When the coffee is made, raise
the v.Wk-r chamber and fasten
with the set screw to strain.
The clear amber coffee remains
in the Coffee Pot ready to serve.
The inner chamber may be
lifted out if desired.
POINTS OF EXCELLENCE
1. Economy It is 'a coffee
saver. In a short time trpays
2. By using finely ground
coffee you are enabled to ob
tain every particle of strength
contained in the coffee.
3. The cloth being stretched
tightly across the bottom of
the inner chamber to strain
the coffee, making a large flat
surface, the coffee is strained
4. The cloth used on the
inner chamber being adjustable,
it is easy to remove.
5. There is no place in the
inner chamber, Coffee Pot or
strainer to collect the sediment
that may make the coffee
6. There is no reason why
you should not make coffee
exactly alike 36 5 mornings in
the year, without the slightest
7. The coffee will keep hot
longer, because the Coffee Pot
consists of two thicknesses
instead of one.
8. You can make one cup of
coffee as well and as satis
factorily as a pot full.
9. The inner chamber may
be removed and washed, and
the clear strained coffee may
be saved for lunch.
10. By not subjecting the
Coffee Pot to extreme heat it
should last a lifetime.
We have these new coffee
pots in one, two, three and
four quart sizes and sell them
at the San Francisco retail price.
We have also a fine line of the
old fashioned earthenware tea
pots and something new in the
shape of improved tea strainers,
which are both ornamental
We have a full line of
kitchen ware in tin and agate.
Hawaiian Hardware Co.
Opposite Spiockolu' Bank,
NO. 307 FORT STREET.
..VTirti5i. ttt.m HVW
That's nil wo havo to talk ubout. Wo havo Sporting
Shoos mado by specialists; Dross Shoos Slippers and
Boots for Lndics and Gontlomen designed by artists.
Shoes thnt fit make pretty foot, all wc need caro for
is to keep at tlio head of tlio procession and this wo
aro doing most magnificently by selling as good
shoes as any body else, and selling thpin for tho tnosb
port at lower prices than tlio other fellows.
The Manufacturers' Shoe Go,,
5jT Exclusive Shoe IDezVu "jfeS '
Our Store will he
closed To-morrow and
Friday to make prepara
fifiiT" See Saturday
morning's paper for
Take an Outing
Trains will leave at 9:15 a. m,
unci 1:45 P. m., arriving in Uou -lulu
at 3:11 aud 5:55 r. M.
ROUND TRIP TICKETS:
let Clues !M Class
Pearl City $ 75 $ 50
Ewa Plantation... 100 75
Waiauae 1 50 125
1 n h
Wall, Nichols Co,
I 8 113 Kiug Slieet.
Men and women aro but
older children and enjoy re
ceiving gifts quite as much as
the little tots. Some mothers
and wives enjoy boublos; others
of a more" useful turn of mind
appreciate something for dio
tabic or the home generally.
Wo 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 Miowera
an invoice of tho finest Royal
Worcester Ware ever brought
to this country. Tho cases
will bo open on Monday and
the goods ready for your in
! On the S. G. Wilder, al
most due, we hnvo $5,000
worth of American cut glass,
suitable fur everyday use,
and a new assortment of
Onyx tables aud piano lamps
combined. Also five o'clock
teas and chafing dishes in
new designs. Aud on tho
24th via Sydiie3r, wo will
havo an invoice of French
China in threo new designs.
Also a number of pieces of
We are lendy for Christmas.
Von Holt Building.
TO THE PUBLIC.
Notico is hereby given that I
have revoked aud annulled all
powers of whatsoever nature,
lieretofoieconfenedupoii A. Rosa
by mo, and uuder which ho has
assumed tho managemout o ray
property and tho collection of
moneys duo mo. Parties paying
inouoy to said ltosa for my account
will do so at thoir peril.
WILLIAM M. MAHUKA.
Mr. J ay as 1 1 ray o ,
Deulor iu Ctyloueso Novelties nml Jucliy,
Ian wuvod to No. 0 Hotel Street.
Marts' ( ,
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