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EVO1N0 13ULL15T1N, )E0EM13EK 2, 18.
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PUBLIC LANDS NOTICE.
Sals of Leases of Government Ms.
O.i Wednesday. Deo. 2.. 18'JG,
at front eutrunco of Judioimy
Building, 11. nolulu, at 12 o'clock
noon, wil' bo sold tli" following
Louses of (iovornnioiit Lands:
1st Government tmot in Kn
nvu'o and Wniluii, Hilo, Hnwuii,
lying botwoon tho main road and
forest lino, consisting of cano and
pnstitro In ml formerly under Iimho
to the llakalau Plantation Co.
Area A'i') acres more or les.
Term 21 yoir!. Uoset rental
$1000 niyal)lo aouii-uiimiuliy in
Tho GoAorntncnt reserve" llio
right to tako at any time with
reasonable notice and with mt
ooni(ioii-atioii, except Tor inipiMVe
monts t.ikon, nny portion of tho
above promises which may bo re
quired for const Miction of now
roads or improving or chnngii g
of old ones, and to tako fmni such
pioiniafii soil, rock or gravel as
lniiy be nec'ssary fur the con
struction or improvement of such
2nd IMtion of llio Govern
ment land of Kithci, Kohala, bo
pinning in tho vicinity of tho
G.ivertimuut road to Honoipo, and
extending uLiuku to tho proposed
now toad from Kohala toVu
.ino.i, eootaining n tot il area of
455 acie. a little in re or les'.
Term f louse 5 years from No
TQii.bur l!ltli, 1807. Upst ront.il
!?025 a year pnyablo bemi-uunu-ally
it: adv mce.
Hnl I'ortinn of the land or'
Kulioi, !niifltt, botwi'uu tho Gov
ernment rid to Uonoi) and the
son, eontaiiiiiig an area of 80
acres, iiioie or Jos-. Term Five
yeari from November HJtli, 1807.
Upct lontil S100 00 per an
num, payable somi-aiinually in
4th Tiio Government truct in
HamakiiM, Hawaii, lying between
lands of Kaali and Kaiwiki, and
extending nmtika from tho Gov
ernment road to new settlement
lots. Aro:i 300 noros more or
less. T-rui Five years. Rental
per annum Upsot -100 , piiyiiblb
Eomi-annu.illy iu advanco.
5th V.irious smill Shrimp
Panels and W tor Holes situate
on the land of Kuwiipapa, llaua.
Maui, b"low the Government roul.
Term 15 ye. us. UusH rental
23. 00 puyMb'o jeurly in advinco.
flans of the ubovo may bo hunt)
at tho Public Linda Office, uboro
further p.irliculars cjii bu ob
(Sgueil) J. F. BItOWN.
Agont of Public Linds.
D.iti.il November 25th, 18.
'6 Euepi Bulletin,
DANIEL LOGAN. Editor
WEDNESDAY, DEO. 2, 1806.
THE JAPANESE SCARE.
Suroly political union with the
United States may bo discussed
on its real merits without drag
ging in the Japanese immigration
question. This is a matter to bo
considered of itself and a moment's
refloction will convince anyone
who thinks that tho Japanese de
luge would not necessarily be stay
ed by annexation. Tho Jnpanoso
havo for soma years boou rogared
as a dangerously cheap labor
clement on the Pacific Coast. There
is no restriction law against them
fucli as there is (.gainst tho Chi
nese And it is unlikoly that nny
will be enacted, for the United
States leads off among the PoweiB
in obtaining treaty revision
with Japan. This fact iu connec
tion with tho general scramble for
oriental Irado foibids American
policy from taking n channel ad
verse to the findings nt Japan, It
seenib to bo incumbent upou our
Government to take remedial
action against tho Japancso
flood without regaul to the ques
tion of annexation. Jt )'b tho
-.opinion of thoughtful people who
nro constantly studying the qnes
. tion that proper representations
by tho Hawaiian to tho Japanese
Government on the matter would
havo respectful consideration at
llio least, with probably n will
ingness to tako measures for
preventing tho embarrassment
of this couulry from having
an uuduo proportion of that one
nationality in tho population
of Hawaii. Should, how over,
Japan not listen to reason, Hawaii
should undoubtedly havo not loss
than the moral backing of its
good friend America in cutting
tho Gordian knot by brenkiug off
tho existing treaty relations with
Japan out of sheer self protection.
Tho matter of taking euro of her
mixed population is as serious a
ouo to Hawaii as that of preserv
ing its territorial claims intact is
to Yonezuola. It has been soon
thnt the United States Govern
ment risked even abroach of peace
with Great Britain in its insist-
j euco on tho observance of tho
equities by that nation with Veuo
ztielu. Somo of thoso who havo
joined their voices iu this Japa
nese scare, on behalf of nn n fixa
tion, aro deeply interested, direct
ly and indirectly, in sugar plant
ing. It should bo incumbent up
on them, therefore, to show that
the planting interest is oxlii
biting any practical concern
over the alleged danger of
unlimited Japanese immigration.
Aro not tho planters right and left
placing orders all tho timo for
moro Japanese contract laborers '
And, away down in every heart
that throbs iu unison with tho
sugar market, is there not a feel
ing of exultation over each fre
quent contribution of steamers
from Japan to tho rising Hood of
Japaueso froo labor, for its po
tont aid iu lloatiug wages in gen
eral down from tho present
levels to tho shoals whore tho
cheapest labor over known hero
before would find its boat strand
ed ? Lot us havo some consisten
cy from thoso who discuss public
questions. The Government must
uot shield itself from responsibili
ty, on tho Japanese quostiou, be
hind tho annexation movemeut.
Aciiciiltiiml Iiidiintrr " TiiiiwIii ill
Kiimnliniiiclin School Air lloj s.
Handicraft contaius tho follow
ing synopsis of work on tho farm
of Kainehamoha School:
A largo part of our time sineo
tho term began has been used in
puttiug in order somo portions of
the grounds and iu caring for the
varied interests of the Farm that
aro bound to bo moro or less
negleoted during vacation from
lack of tlolp.
The boys who worked on tho
Farm through vacation gave us
good, faithful service and iu most
instances showed a good ileal of
interest in the work.
At tho beginning of school it
was found that our supply of milk
wi s insufficient for our needs, so
tho dairy had added two cows
from Kauni which so increased
tho quantity of milk that wo think
wo will bo nblo to supply the
present domands in that direc
tion. Our pigs are in a moro flourish
ing condition thau wo havo over
seon them and seem to bo enjoy
ing life in a manner highly satis
factory to themselves.
Wo proposo to do somo work on
tho pen during the next fow days
which will be n saving to tho
Farm and make it moro comTorta
bio for tho pigs during tho heavy
Besides tho laying of eggs our
lions aro busy all day Biuging tho
praises of tho hoad of their family
who is oblo to wako us up long
before tho boys think of listening
for tho sound of tho now triangle.
Somo of tho taro patches up
Kalihi have recently beon roplant
od and aro growing nicely.
Jt may readily bo seen by any
ouo who had a chance to look at
our sorghum before and who now
sees it after wo have applied its
contocts to tho field that tho
mauuro pit is of much value to
At another timo wo will talk
about tho trees and some of tho
other interests of tho farm whioh
we hope our friends will want to
I hear about, but wo fear lack or
j spaco, and so fool justified in leav
iug out tho6o things this time,
, IX'iillis In Honolulu Tor Hie .Honlli of
I Thoro wore 58 deaths iu Hono
lulu in Novumbor, which is closo
to tho highest number of somo
previous years. Account is to bo
tr.kon, however, of iucreaso of po
1 pulation over 1805 and especially
1S93, in both of which tho morta-
! lity for November wns GO. It was
i '.u ;.. ihoo ...! .u: ;.. mo i 'i'i,,-
t'W 111 JLJI4 IUV IU All JJ L XI111U
is an exceptionally high rato also
to bo noted among Asiatics this
year, it being nbovo the annual
death ruto for month, whioh is
24.85. That of Hnwaiiaus is 30.S5,
Asiatics 120.55, and all others but
Tho mortality by ages again ex
hibits that "slaughter of the inno
cents" so often deplored. Deaths
between birth and ten years of
ago wore 17, of which 10 woro
Hawaiian, no less than 11 of the
17, too, being under ono year.
Thoro is a high middle ago pro
portion also, 1,' between 40 and
50 and 10 between 50 and (JO years
Twenty-ouo died without medi
cal attendance, one-third of these
being under five years of age.
By sexes tho 58 is divided, 40
males, 18 females.
Tho nationalities of the month's
dead aro 27 Hawaiian, 1.') Chinese,
7 PortURUPRP, 8 Japanese, 1 United
States, 2 others.
Causes of death were: ono each
ascites, burns, beriberi, croup,
cancer, childbirth, diarrhoea,
hemorrhage, inauition, influenza,
marasamus), meningitis, (edema,
opium, scorbutis, septiciuinia,
tetauup, typhoid fover, unknown;
tour each cholera infantum, con
sumption, old age, pneumonia;
tlneo each convulsions, heart di
soaso; two each injuries, inflamma
An Arll.l Without ArniM.
The comrade without nrms was
a most assiduous worker. It was
amusing to watoh bis mittened
feet step out of their shoes and at
the shortest notice proceed to do
duty as hands. His nimblo toes
would screw and unscrew tho top9
of tho color tubes, or handle tho
brush, as steadily as tho best and
ih'ftest of fingers could handle it.
Very much unlike nny of ns, ho
was most punctilious iu tho care
he bestowed on his paint box, as
also on his personal appoaranr-fl.
1 GrO jna3afi2S?&-
AVithont making au effort
to show you tho exceedingly
largo and beautiful collection, of
IN SILVER,- : GOLD FILLED -:- AM UOLD
SS H K
Somo plain, others beauti
fully enameled; somo as small
as a hvouty five cout pieco, oth
ers a littlo largor, soma as low
as six dollars, very few above
forty but thoso in iie&vy gold
Our modium Bused watches
B for boys aro very attractive.
I nl !if!nll i,rv flncnrrna ttlit.l, i.ll I
1-3 UIU.I.IIU V.UU.L.IO, IlillUU 1,111k
a please a boy to pieoes.
1 ?51 Kg 57
i 89 SS Si
Fivo dollars buys a pretty
swell watch with us. All back
ed by our "money back" guarantee-.
1 1 H. F. Wickman
TELESCOPE COFFEE POTS,
TEA STRAINERS AND
Tub 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 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
j 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 thu Coffee Pot ready to serve.
The inner chamber may be
lifted out if desired.
POINTS OF EXCELLENCE
1. Econoaw 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 cofTee.
3. The cloth being stretched
tightly across the bottom of
the inner chamber to strain
the cofTee, 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, CofTee Pot or
strainer to- collect the sediment
that may make the coffee
6. There is no reason why
you should not make cofTee
exactly alike 36 5 mornings in
the year, without the slightest
7. The cofTee will keep hot
longer, because the Coffee Pot
consists- of two thicknesses
instead of one.
8. You can make- one cup of
cofTee as well and as satis
factorily as a pot full
9. The inner chamber may
be removed and washed, and
the clear strained1 cofTee may
be sawed for luneh..
IQt By not subjecting the
CofTee Pot to- extreme heat it
should last a Iffetime.
We have these new cofTe-e
pots jn one two, three and
four quart sizes and sell them
ait the San Francisco retail price.
We have also a fine line ol 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 Spreckolo' Bank,
NO. 307 FORT STREET.
That's all wo havo to talk about. Wo havo Sporting
Shoos iiukIo by specialists; Dress Shoos, Slippers and
Boots for La.ies and Gentlemen designed by artists.
Shoes thnt 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 ns any body else, and selling them for tho most
part at lower prices than tho other fellows.
The Manufacturers' Shoe Co.,
33F Exclusive Shoo Dealers ?$
Santa Claus is extremely
fond of receiving letters from
the littlo ones. JTo generally
odors a valuable prize of somo
kind to well behaved children
and this year ho has notified
Wall, Nichols Co., who aro to
act as his agents here, to offer
in his name a beautiful French
doll to tho Honolulu girl or
boy who writes him tho most
original letter. Any little one
under ten years of age may
compete for the 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 over written before.
You may ask your papas and
mammas how to spell the
words but tlie- thoughts and
good wishes sliould bo all your
On honor, now!
Letters may bo mailed miha
letter box at. Wall, Nichols
Go's store between 0 ol'cibck
nrx.b Suturduy morning, Nov.
2S(Ji, and 12' o'clock v-wa of
Deacmbcr ifefti, tho day before
Tho doll! will bo ora exhibi
tion in ono of their largo show
windows during tiie above
period. The judges of tho
aierits o3 tho letters received
will bo decided upon by repre
sentatives of the press of
Take an Outing
Trains will leavo at 9:lfi a. w,
nnd 1:45 P. M., arriving in How -lulu
at 3:11 and 5:55 P. M.
ROUND TRIP TICKETS:
Lit Clatm 2d Ulate
Pearl Oity $ 75 $ CO
Ewa Plantation... 1 00 7fi
Waianno 1 50 1 25
B" 12 T.1
Christmas is coming on
apaco and the people with ele
gant fon sight nro looking
around fur suitable gifts for
tho season. In our stock wo
have hundreds of articles
which aro of the ornamental
variety and suitab'e for Christ
mas gifts. This year wo li'avo
been careful to select a varie
ty of goods showy and sub
stantial articles for all classes
of society. Wo havo no moro
for the rich than thn poor, wo
cator to the tasto of all', and
the result has beon very satis
factory to us iu a business way.
Wo havo a number of sta
tuettes in Parian marble), ono
of which will be an acq-uisitiou
to any home. The list oom
prises: Lady Godiva, Early
Struggles, Europa, Robihetto,
Comus, Ophelia, Apollo as
Shepherd Boy, Tho Sisters,
Maidenhood, Vonus do Medici,
The Freneh Model, Diana
Abandoned. These aro of
good sizo fur the table-or cen
ter pieco on a mantel.
Another neat gift io-a cup
and sauocr in Crown Derby.
These are entirely new hero
and of beautiful dnsign and
quality. Wo havo also somo
rich, and1 elegant articles in
Royal Worcester and Solid
Silver ware, a glance at our
windows will givs you an ideOi
of the excellence of the ussorU
A number of articles in bria-a-beaeand
glass, vusos, crockejey
and glassware are selected. Sbr
geaeval use, and will makGac-
Von Holt Building.
Lots 'Em Eapiolaai
Tiiuro arc over louo lot for Rale, 5oj.Ioo
feet, mnuU ol Kuplolanl Park, ncllolnini; the
residence ipf .Messrs. 0. Ilrown, II. .f.'Noltc,
lliomas Ilollliicer unU other.
TliehO Lots will be bold clieaiier than any
pliicu In Honolulu since therein orKumehn.
Water will bo laid on as soon as buyers aro
ready to build.
I'liees are ranging from Sloo.oo per X.ot to
This Is the best opportunity to get a homo.
tor further particulars apply to
VV. 0. AClIl it CO..
.... "i'ttl Estate Drokcrs.
Honolulu. Nov. 25, is'JO. -t7.'-lm
NOTARY PUBLIC and TYPEWRITER
Offick! 20S Merohiiut ctrect, Campbell
Block rear of J. O. Cuitoi' ofllco, P. O.