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FiVKNlUQ BULLETIN, DEOEMBEK 3, 18.
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PUBLIC LANDS NOTICE.
Sale of Leases of GOTernment Lands.
On Wednesday. Doc. 23. 1890,
at fiont entranco of Judiciary
Building, Honolulu, at 12 o'clock
noon, wil' bo sold iho following
LciBOs of Governmont Lands:
1st G ivcrnniont tract in Ka
mi"i mid Wrtilim, llilo, Uuwuii,
lying hotuocn tlio miiin ro.id mid
foivst It tie, consisting of u.mo and
piisturo land formerly undor Iimho
to tlio lliikuliiii Plantation Co.
Aiiui 1D" ncres moro or less.
Torin 21 yous. U.met rental
$1000 jiiiyuhlo sioini-unmuliy in
Tlio GoMTniuunt vrscrvos tlio
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right It tuuo ut uny tuno uitli
iion iblo note, nod without
comiiotifiitiou, except for improve-
monts t ikon, any portion of tlio
.ibovt promises wh'ch inny be ro
qtiiiod for consti notion of now
roads or nujir ug or uhuugi g
of old niies, mid to take frni such
proinisei) soil, rook or gravel as
limy be nooss.iry for tlio con-
structiou or impiovomoiit of suoh
2nd 1'irt'on of tho Govern
ment liiid f Kahei, Kolialit, be
ginning iu tho vicinity of tho
G iVHinmeiit load to Honoipo.and
extendi ig niuiikii to tho proposed
now road from Kohulu to Wu
mo i, continuing a total urea of
455 aeics. a little in ro or les.
Term of loase 5 years from No
tch, bor lUth, 1897. Upst rontil
$925 a year payable semi-annually
m: inlv nice.
8nl Portion of tho laud of
Kihoi. rv'linlu, bntwoen tho Gov
eriimoiit t'nd to Ilon.'ipo and tho
sua, containing mi aiea of 80
aorrh, more or los. Tonn Fivo
yearn from November 13th, 1897.
Up"ot rout.il S100 00 por un
nuin, tuiyablo semi-annually in
ad v i nee.
4th Tlio Govornmeut ttuct in
Hamatsui, 'Hawaii, lying botwuou
lands of Kaal i aud K.nwiki, and
extending m mkii from tho Gov
ernnieiit load to niw sittlemmt
lots. Aro'i 390 aoies moro or
lee's. Tonn Fivo years. Rental
per milium Upset sflOO, u.iyublo
semi-aniiually iu advanco.
5th Virions sin ill Shrimp
Ponds and W tor Holes situate
on tho land of Knwiipapa, Hana,
hiui, b'low the Govorninont ro id.
Toim 15 yeais. Upsi-t rental
$25.0J payablo early in adv.uico.
Plans of tlio above may bo scon
at tho L'ublio Lmds Ollice, whoro
further pirticnlars cm bo ob
(Signod) J. F. BROWN,
Agent of Public Luids.
Dated November 25th, 189G.
61?? Eiei7ii5 Bulletin,
DANIEL LOGAN. Editor.
THURSDAY, DEC. 3, 189(5.
Honolulu is proud of foroigu
recognition of its institutions of
civilization. It ought as well to
be ready and willing to encourage
OYorything that goes toward
worthily embellishing its good
fame iu tho samo regard. Many
communities abroad with a much '
larger proportion of peoplo pos
sessed of refined occidental taste,
with menus for gratifying
it, havo not attained to
tlio distinction of haying
art exhibitions of local creation.
Even loan exhibitions are rarely
gotten up in countless cities bav
ing moie inhabitants in the gross
than Honolulu. In this matter,
as in music and tho drama, it
is probable that tho insular posi-J
tiou of this com in unity bewailed
ns it floineliities it has really sti
mulated local talent. To what
ovor oxtout suoh haB boon the case,
the fact remaiiiB that Honolulu
owns, in tho Kilohaua Art League,
an institution that in a brief ex
istence thus far has earned
not only admiring recognition, but
ordial encouragement and gou-
orous support, from all residents
who like Honolulu woll enough gained m spite ot tho uoroinbo
to feol gratification nt anything i foro designated exploiters of thoir
that onhances its favorable ropu-' own baso interests.
tation. Conceived by courageous
spirits sons and dnuglitora of
Hawaii chiefly iu number no
greater than could bo designated
ou the fiugors of ono hand, this
organization has defied the pro
dictionB of early failuro which aro
always among tho natal greetings
to new enterprises of all kinds in
Honolulu. Instead of descending
into quick oblivion tho society has
steadily increased in strength,
with relapses but slight and rare
in ixtornal manifestations, until,
iu addition to tho fino arts of hand
w Inch it began modestly to foster,
it is about essaying to bo a sourc.0
aud a stimulus to music nud
drama. How well tho Kilohana
Art League has developed its
functions on tho initial lines of
, ilHWUO Wil lilts 1I4IUIM IMIWO XJL
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catering to tho public taste may bo
j realized by all fair judges who
inspect tho present autumn oxhi-
bition. Hero is presented a col
lection of works by resident art
ists "ulmirablo iu a high degiee
and worthy of tasteful patronage
i Original and exclusive art produc
tions aro brought within availa
bility for adorning the homos of
peoplo whoso menus aro only
niodorato. For holiday gifts
nothing can bo moro gracefully
appropriate, for friends either
home or abroad, than a painting of
Hawaiiau scenory by a Hawaiian
aitist. Even foroigu scones treat
ed by local taleut have a domestic
interest that should not appeal in
vain for patronage when intrinsic
merit also speaks. What applies
to paintings on canvas iu this re
gard may also bo citod on behalf
of all other decorative productions
of indigenous character in execu
tion or matorial or both togothor.
Only u nominal fee is charged for
inspection of tho works in this ex
hibition. Tho least that may bo
expected of all who wish to havo
this city becomo known, within
and without, as n homo of art is
that they shall embrace tho present
opportunity, whilo it lasts, of
scrutinizing and passing judgment
upon tho ovidonces of progress
toward such a position.
Nothing is moro apparent than
that some of tho self-constituted
leaders of clique nud faction, un
der tho now order, discount in both
impolicy aud stupidity tho mar
plots whose bull headed direction
aud idiotic machinations paved
tho way for tho destroyors of tho
old order. Thoso accidental pro
ducts of opportunism in tho time
of revolution aro covertly fighting
against tho pivotal declaration of
tho constitutiou of tho ltopublio,
by plying tho fires of petty faction
with fuol and employing tho
tactics of creeping assassins to
ward former dissidents who ac
cept tho situation. Theso
falso friends of manifest dostiny
should como iu for their
dosorts in the rovived cam-
P-iigu for olosor political union
with tho United States. They
havo beon but Bordid and trucu
lent camp followers from tho first,
who would ob eagerly havo ac
cepted rations from tho opposition
ns from tho administration party.
Having worked their kuloana
thriftily theso adventurers cannot
percoivo disinterestedness in tho
conduct of anybody else. In
tho past history of tho Republic
honest nud fair criticism of tho
administration thoso peoplo
stigmatized as rebellious. Their
owii rare and spasmodic foints at
independence havo only boon at
tempted under the protootion of
moro or less secret "pulls." Any
j effective iniluence that is to bo ex1-
orted in behalf of political union,
upon tho public at largo in Ha
wuii or tho peoplo aud statesmen
of tho United States, must bo
j When tho lato Charles N.
Spencer was Minister of tho Into
1 rior ho declared that ho would
havo tho ontrauco to Honolulu
harbor deoponed if ho did nothing
else in his ofllcial careor. Ho
kept his word without roudoring
himself liable to tho ponalty of
coiiBuro for doing nothing also,
and lived to soo tho great ocean
I 6toamors formerly dobarred ontor
' tho harbor. Tho present admin
istration has effected no public
improvement greater than that
I which they aro now steadily pro
I scenting tho onlargomout of
UUUj; YtlllUl OJJUUU UUllUOJUUUlU(j
to tho now chtinuol in pursuance
of tho plans mado long ago, with ' jmier chamber extending one
Buch modifications as may havo sixteenth of an inch fiom the
necessary in u.o
Thoro would bo no forgiveness
for tho Board of Health if it ro
laxed in nny degroo the precau
tious on cither side of tho ocean,
ngainst the introduction of pesti
louco by immigrants from Japan.
A paragraph in tho oriental
budget elsowhero would indicate
that China has a now Viceroy.
Has Li Hung Chan boon hung up
since his return homo?
Ohineso law is strikiugly illus
trated in nn item of news from
tho flowery kingdom olsewhoro.
Japan is not earning good es
teem for progress by her suppres
sion of liberty of tho press.
Thoso beautiful pastel paintings
of different Hawaiian scones aro
ta bo had at King liros.' only.
Sterling, tho painter, is pro
pared to quote prices on roof
painting. Ho uses a composition of
coal tar and coniout. Cheapest
and best roof preparation in Ho
nolulu. Siugors lead tho world. Over
13,000,000 mado and Bold. High
est awards at tho World's Colum
bian Exposition for excellence of
construction, regularity of motion,
ease of motion, groat Bpecd, ad
justability, durability, easo of
learning and convonionco of ar
rangement. B. Borgerscn, ngont,
10$ Bethel atreots.
Without making an effort
to show you tho exceedingly
largo and beautiful collection of
IN SILVER,-: GOLD TILLED-:-AND GOLD
r h m
Some plain, others beauti
fully enameled: somo ns small
I aea twenty-fivo ceut piece, oth
m ors n little larger, somo as low
as six dollars, very few above
forty but thoso in heavy gold
28 S K
Our medium sizod watches
for boys aro very attractive
Fetching designs, which will
please, n boy to pieces.
h h m
Five dollars buys a protty
f& swell watch with us. All back
ed bv our
.Imoney back" gua-
H. P. Wichmaxi
TELESCOPE COFFEE POTS,
TEA STRAINERS AND
The Telescope Coffee
Pot is constructed with an
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venting any possible escape
of the steam and aroma.
The cofTee 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 cofTee 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 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 ?65 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 Sprockels1 Bank,
NO. 307 FORT STREET.
Is well niftnifebtfd in the
Shoos wo havo stocked
up with for tho season.
Hero jjvory now shape
and stylo is in evidenco.
Every new kink that
makes a shoe more com
fortable or gives it longer
life, is found in tho foot
wear on sale. All tho
best makes are represented in
The Manufacturers' Shoe Co.,
510 Fort Street,
Santa Claus is extremely
foud of receiving letters from
the little ones. He generally
offers a valuable prize of somo
kind to well behaved children
and this jrenr 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 the most
original letter. Any little ono
under ten years of age may
compete for tho doll which is
sure to be highly prized by
tho lucky recipient. Now,
girls, this is your opportunity.
Brush the cobwebs and dust
of puzzling questions out of
your minds and write tho old
gentlemnn a nice letter; some
thing different from anything
you have ovor written before.
You may ask your papas and
mam inns how to spell tlio
words but tho thoughts and
good wishes should bo all your
On honor, now!-
Lettors may bo mailed in tho
letter Nbox at Wall, Nichols
Co's store between 9 o'clock
next Saturday morning, Nov.
2Slh, and 12 o'clock noon of
December 2-Uh, tho day beforo
Pi -., J
m ,ii -II i u-i-
Ihe doll will boonexhibi-
tion in one of their largo show
windows during tho above
period. Tho judges of tho
merits of the letters received
will be decided upon by repre
sentatives of tho press of
Take an Outing
Trains will leave at 9:15 a. m,
anil 1:-1C p. M., arriving in Horn
lulu at 3:11 and 5:G5 P. M.
ROUND TRIP TICKETS:
Pearl Oity $ 75
Ewa Plantation.. . 1 00
Waianae 1 50
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v W 0 ft'
this mammoth stock.
Shoe Dealers. -
Christmas is coming on
apaco and the people with ele
gant for-sight nro looking
around for suitable gifts for
the season. In our stock wo
have hundreds of articles
which are of the ornamental
variety and suitable for Christ
mas gifts. This year wo havo
been 'careful to select a varie
ty of goods showy and sub
stantial articles for all classes
of society. We have no more
for the rich than the 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 bo an acquisition
to any homo. The list com
prises: Lady Godiva, Early
Struggles Eurnpn, Robinette,
Coinus, Ophelia, Apollo as
Shepherd Boy, Tho Sisters,
Maidenhood, Venus de Medici,
Tho French Model, Diana
Abandoned. These aro of
good size for the tablo or cen
ter piece on a mantol.
Another neat gift is a cup
and saucer in Crown Derby.
These nro entirely now hero
and of beautiful design and
quality. We have also somo
rich and elegant articles in
Rojal Worcester and Solid
Silver ware, a crlanoo nt. nnr
windows will give you an idea
of tho excellence of tho assort-
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A number of articles in bnc-
oandfjlnss vases, crockery
and glnsswaro nro selected for
general use, and will make ac-
Von Holt Building.
Lots lea? Kapiolani
Tboro aru over looo Jots for sale, 5oxloo
feet, mattknof KnplolanJ Park, adlolnlni: the
residence or Moste C JJroW, II. J Nil to
Tlioiua. UullliiKcr um other. '
.,iLUef iiQt,w,ln ,U BOlu uler than any
nulia 1,'jI1louolulu fi,lcu ttlu relxu of Knraeha.
reK Laid.' hW " "8 &Q0" M buiC'8 aro
I'rkes ore rangliifj from floo.oo per Lot to
Thin Is tho heM opportunity to RCt a home
ror fmtliu purtlciilar npjily to
W. O. ACIII & CO.,
ti .... 1l'il Estnio Brokers.
Honolulu, Xoy. 21, 18'JQ. 47Mm
NOTARY PUBLIC and TYPEWRITER
Offick: 203 Merchant street, Campbell
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