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POBM0 LANDS ROTIOB.
On Wednesday. Doo. 23, 1890,
al fntiit ontraiicu of Judioiiiry
Building, llniiotulu, ut 12 o'clock
noon, will bu Hold iliu following
Louses of Government Iuw1h:
1st CJ )Vtymnnnt truol in Ku
nin'o nnd Wmluii, Ililo, Hawaii,
lying liotwoun tlio inuiii road mid
forest, lino, consisting of oniio and
pustnro land formoily undor lt-oo
to lint lliiknlan Plniilni ion Go.
Area 155") ncrcs moio or loss.
Torm til jou. Uusi't runtul
SIOOO pnjitblo tiooit-niinoiiliy in
Tlio Oovcrmnout lvsorvos tlio
right t'i tulco at any timo with
reasonable nutici' and without
coni ou-ation, except for lmpr.ivo
moots t:ikon, any portion of tlio
Above premises which may bo ro
qui rod for construction of now
load- or improving or dunging
of old ones, and to tuko from bucIi
piouiisuu soil, rock or gravel as
uiuy bo neci ssury for tlio con
Ktn.ctiou or iuipiovomout of bucb.
2nd Portion of tho Govern
ment land of Kaiiei, Koliuht, bo
chining in tho vicinity of tho
Governniout road to Honoipo, and
extending inuika to tho proposed
now load from Kolinla to W.u
nio-i, containing a total area of
455 acres, a little m -re or Ins.
Tern, i f louse 5 years from No
vember ltttn, 1897. Upset rental
$925 a yoar payablo somi-aunu-nlly
ord Portion of tho land of
Knhoi, Kohiilii, botweou tho Gov
ermnoiit road to Honoipo and tlio
boa, containing an area of 80
acres, more or losj. Term Five
vear- fiom November 13th, 1897.
"Upact rontil SIOO 00 per an
num, imynblo aoini-nnnuully in
itli Tho Govornmont trnct in
llninakuii, Hawaii, lying between
lands of Kaal i and Kuiwiki, and
extending luuuka from tho Gov
ernment load to new Settlement
lots. A ron 390 ncros moro or
lets. Term Five years. Xir.-tit.il
per niiiium Upot .f100, iwyablo
Eomi-aniiually in advance.
.i r ii mi
oin ViirioiH Hinmi nurinip
Ponds and W tor Iloles situalo
on tho land of Kawaipapa, liana,
Maui, below the Govominotit roid.
Torm 15 yours. Ups-t ronlnl
$25.0 J pjyublo yeurly in ndvuice.
Plans of tlio above may bo boon
nt tho Public Lmds Ollioe, uhoro
further particulars dm bo ob
laiuo.l. (Signed) J. F. BltOWN,
Aent of Public Lmulti.
D.teil November 25th, 1890.
5 Euer;ii7 Bulletin;,
DANIEL LOGAN, Editor.
1 UliSDAY, DEO. 1, 189G.
Among the reputed opponents
of annexation aro some prominout
men who wore leaders in its bo
half when tho Provisional Gov
ernment was administering affairs
under a tenure that was to termi
nate only when annexation should
ho achieved. Such parsons aro
guilty of breach of faith, if those
roports aro true, at both ends of
the V. G. rogimo. They cannot
possibly justify thoir motives in
either case. O.hrr who havo
joined the reaction against the
declaied policy of tho P, G., por
poluated in tho Kopublic's consti
tution, are to be found amougst
those who arc eating tho broad
of the annexation Govornmont.
Such officials arostultifyiug them- J
selves mostglariugly, besides plac
ing tho Govoriiineut that employs
them in n fabe position. Hero is
n Hold for notiou by the rejuven
ated body taking up thonunoxntion
campaign aficsh. Many of thoBO
people joined nearly four years
ago in tho howl for the scalps of
those who tlwlinetl, when (liny
r.mUl mil I Ml wlinl lh country
wis likely to full Uwii noxl, to
liilui the onlli tlittt their too will
I Sii? (lonoittutorHiiow contemn uftor
having grown Tut upon it llicn)-
Acting Collector Gouurul Mc
Slooker and Port Huivoyor Strnto
moyor nro entitled to wear big
peacock fenthers in their hats for
tho impoitiuit soizuio of smuggled
opium mado by tho inspectors
under their clmrgo today. It is
evident that thoir connections on
I tho Coast uro trustworthy, and
that thoy havo struck loads now
that will nt least prevent tho pro
hibited nrticlo from boiug u drug
in this market. Since the seizure
of tho llonricttu and punishment
oE her company, rumors of strango
sails off tho coast havo been want
ing. It is known, too, that souio
consignments of opium havo en
tered tho luubor only to bo car
ried out again, owing to the strict
vigilanco tlint has provonted their
bejng landed. Keep it up, gentle
men, and th j liceuso fad will
never bo rosurrocted.
Japan, as will bo seen else
where, obtains oqntil privileges
with the othor Powers in manu
facturing in China. It may be
hoped hero that Japan will now
dump hor surplus labor at the
manufacturing stations she ac
quires in tho laud of her late
Little things are often big an
noyances and of such is the diffi
culty about bucks at tho Opera
Houso. Surely tho wise heads
responsible can devise regulations
that will bo satisfactory to all but
I'idlixol to tlio roiiinii-rcliil Trciilj
lictncnii t'hl ii H mid Jiitnii.
As tho text of Japan's now
Commercial Treaty with China
contains nothing relating to the
former's abandoumoutof the man
ufacturing privilege socured by
thn Hhimouosoki Treaty, it was at
first supposed that tho Shimono
seki Treaty would hold after all,
and that articles manufactured in
China by Japaneao or othor for
oigners would rank with imported
goods, aud would consequently bo
freo from nny special taxation.
But a protocol has now been pub
lished, iu which the Japanese
Saveruinout distinctly concedes
hina's right to tax articles man
ufactured by Japuuese subjeols iu
China, provided only that such
tax shall not differ from, or ex
ceed, tho impost paid by Chinese
manufactures. Thus Japau has
explicitly renounced that particu
lar privilege. Had sho not done
bo, a nice question might possibly
havo arisen. It might have been
claimed that Japan's failure to
avail herself of all tho provisions
of tho Shimouoseki Treaty did
not disqualify othor Powers from
taking everything that tho Treaty
gave, such action boiug based on
tht-ir most-favoured-nation right.
But the protocol just conclud
ed iu Pekin virtually ab
rogates tho free manufacture
clause oE tho Shimouoseki T,roaty,
and disposes finally of any ques
tion in that souse. As for tho
compensation obtainod by Japan,
namely, special sites for Japanese
settlements in Shanghui, Tientsin,
Amoy and Hankow, it is evident
ly viewed by tho Japancso with
much satisfaction. Until quite
recently, tho only Powers having
settlements of their own at Chi
nese opon ports were England
and Franco. Germany undo a
new departure last yoar by apply
ing for and obtaining a site for hor
solf iu Tientsin the success of
her demand being attributed by
mauy porpons to tho service she
had rendered to Chiua in assist
ing to drive Japan out of Liao
tung. But Japan will now stand
ou tlio sumo level as thesn Great
Powers in tho mattor of settle
ments. There can bo no doubt
that her position will bo greatly
improved iu Chinese oyos, aud
that hor commercial opportunities
will bo increased.
Tho following is a translation
of tho JL'iotocol to tho Commercial
Treaty between China and Japan,
ns HtlillIiwl in ih OHIuIhI Oh
mt(e of . 1 1 th iiielftiit:
Art. I It is heieliy Hgrom
thnt Hpceial tlnimncno HPttluinehta
shall iio formed at tho places new
ly opaned to eoniiiiereo, mid that
all'aiis relating to roads and police
shall bo undor tho control of (ho
! Japntiosn Consul.
Ait. II. Kegulations with re
spect to steamers or ships owned
or chartered by iliipauoso subjects
at tSuchow, Itaugehow, and
Shanghai shall bo determined
after conference with Japan, on
tho basis of tho Provisional Kegu
lations for tho conduct of busi
ness by foreign merchants at
those places, issued by tho Shnng
hai Customs on August .3rd of tho
22 ml year of Kwangsu.
Art. 111. Tho Govornmont of
Japan eoneedes tlio right of tho
Chinese Government to impose
upon articles niauufaetured by
Japaucho subjoets in China such
a tax as may soem oxpedi -
out, provided that tho said
tax snail not inner lrom, or
exceed, thn tax paid by tho Chin
ese subjects; and provided that
tho Chinese Govornmont shall,
when tho Japanese Government
so desires, immediately provide
sites for the formation of special
Japanese Settlement ins Shanghai,
Tientsin, Amoy and Hankow.
Article IV. Instructions shall
be issued in Sunfu, in Shantung,
that no Chineso troops shall ap
proach, or take possession of any
position, within 5 Japanese ri, that
is to say about 40 Chinese li, of
tho limits of any positions hold
by Japanese forces in accordance
with treaty stipulations.
Tho abovo Protocol shall be
drawn up in the Chinese mid Jap
aueso languages, and after com
parison, tho two copies shall hn
signed and sealed, each side tak
ing one of tho copies.
(Hero follow tho signatures of
Baron llayashi and tho three
Dated 19th day of 10th month,
29th year of Meiji.
13th day of 9th mouth, 22ud
year of Kwangsu.
In ovory drop of impure beer you
drink. By far tho greater pro
portion of kidnoy trouble is duo
to its use. jSto neod of your drink
ing it. Souttle Beer is pnro. It's
browed of tho finest hops and
malt, aids digestion, promotes
health nud preserves it. On tap
or in bottles at tho Criterion Sa
Yotc Are in.
Need' of a
1 Time Piece .
i You cannot make up your
mind what kind to got; it both-
k ors you, because every one has
(d an opinion of his own us to tho
best make. Let us suggest
H something to you.
"When a watch is backed by a
j responsible houso, money back-
oil, bo guaranteed that if tho
a slightest defect is found, your
1 money is returned, or uuotbor
I watch is given in place, should
you worry as to tho kind to got?
A watch is mado to keep
time, tho ono coming tho near-
3 est to boiug correct is the ono
of most worth. It matters not
if it cost Ten Dollars or a
a Tho mattor of exponsivo
I cases is left entirely to your
?) taste aud tho length of your
As Agonts for the high
a grade "Elgin" and tho medium
priced " Watorbury" both makes
I of which there is an oudloss
a vurioty, we aro enabled to offer
j an unusually largo assortment
I of complete- watches, und at
prices fur below former rates.
From $3,00 Up.
K-dT All made to run, and
UIICHftilJlil L 1S08.
TELESCOPE COFFEE POTS,
TEA STRAINERS AND
inner chamber extending one
sixteenth of an inch fiom the
bottom of the Pot, thus pre-
: venting any possible escape
, nc iUa innm on j ,lrnmn
Vl IIIV JIWUIII 14 II VI iilWlllli
The coflee 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 inner chamber and fasten
with the set screw to strain.
The clear amber coffee remains
in tho 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 it pays
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 easv to remove.
$. 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 365 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 Sprookok' IJnnk,
NO. 307 FORT STHT3ET.
Thnt's nil wo havo to tall: about. " Wo lmvo Sporting
Shoos mndo by specialists; Dross Shoos, Slippors and
Boots fur Lanies and Gentlemen designed by artists.
Shoes tlint fit make pretty feet, all we need caro for
is to keep at tho head of the procession and this wo
aro doing most magnificently by selling as good
shoes as any body else, and selling them for tho most
part at lower prices than the other fellows.
The Manufacturers' Shoe Co.,
ESP Exclusive Shoe Dealers ks
Santa Cluus is extremely
fond of receiving letters from
tho littlo ones. He generally
oilers a valuible prize of some
kind to well behaved children
and this j'ear he has notified
Wall, Nichols Co., who aro to
act as his agents here, to offer
in his name n beautiful French
doll to tho Honolulu girl or
boy who writes him tho most
original letter. Any littlo one
under ton years of age may
compete for tho doll which is
sure to bo highly prized by
the lucky recipient. Now,
girls, this is your opportunity.
Brush the cobwebs and dust
of puzzling questions out of
your minds and write the old
gentleman a nice letter; some
thing different from anything
you havo ever written before.
You may ask your papas and
mammas how to spell the
words but the thoughts and
good wishes should be all your
On houor, now!
Letters may bo mailed in the
letter box at Wall, Nichols
Go's store between 9 o'clock
next Saturday morning, Nov.
2Sth, and 12 o'clock noon of
December 24th, the day before
Tlio doll will be on exhibi
tion in one of their largo show
windows during tho abovo
period. Tho judges of tho
merits of the letters received
will bo decided upon by repre
sentatives of tho press of
Take an Outing
. . . . SUNDAYS
Trains will leave at 9.15 a. m,
nud lt'tJ p. m., arriving in Iloiu
lulu at 3:11 nud 5:55 r. m.
ROUND TRIP TICKETS:
lit Class 2d Claes
Pearl City .$ 75 $ CO
Ewu Plantation... 1 00 75
Wuianao 1 50 1 25
w-rkmiii in Hrmr,n a
Christmas is coming on
apaco and tho people with ele
gant foresight are looking
around for suitablo gifts for
the season. In our stock wo
havo hundreds of articles
which aro of the ornamental
variety and suitab'o for Christ
inas gifts. This year wo havo
been careful to select a vario
ty of goods, showy and sub
stantial articles for all classes
of society. Wo have no moro
for the rich than tho poor, we
cater to the tasto of all, and
the result has been very satis
factory to us in a business way.
Wo have a number of sta
tuettes in Parian marble, ono
of which will be an acquisition
to any home. The list com
prises: Lady Godiva, Early
Struggles, Europn, Robinette,
Comus, Ophelia, Apollo as
Shepherd Bov. Tlio Sisters.
Maidenhood, Venus do Medici,
The French Model, Diana
Abandoned. These aro of
good size for tho table or cen
ter piece on a mantol.
Another neat gift is a cup
and saucer in Crown Derby.
These are entirely now hero
and of benutiful design and
quality. We havo also some
rich and elegant articles in
Royal Worcester and Solid
Silver ware, a glanco at our
windows will give you an idea
of tho excellence of tho assort
ment. i A number of articles in bric-a-brac
and glass vases, crockery
and glassware aro selected for
general use, and will make ac
Von Holt Building.
The Nippon Yusen Kniolm utoaiiu'r
Will finil at 12 o'clock noon
WEDNESDAY, Doo. 2, for Seat!
For freight or pnssugo, apply to
Wm. G-. Irwin & Co., Ld.
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