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Notice to Imporrars.
Ou and after Jauuary 1, 1897,
importers making outty at tho
Custom Houbo will filo with thoir
invoices, a receipted Bill of Lad
ing covering tho uuinhor of pack
ages arriviug per vessel for which
ontrv is mnilo.
(Signed) P. B. McSTOCKER,
Deputy Collector Gouoral of
178 lit Minister of Finance
PUBLIC LANDS NOTICE.
&la of Leases cr GoYeraraent Lars
On Wednesday. Dec. '23. 18'JG,
at front entrance of .Judicinry
Undoing, 11 .no uiu, at 12 o'clock
n ion, will be 8 'Id the following
Leases (if Government I, amis:
1st G ivernmuut tr.tct in Ka
mnte and Wiiilun, llilo, Huwuii,
lying between tbo tnnin road and
forest line, consisting of en no and
p istiiro land formoi ly under lenso
to tiie Hitkulau Plant nion Co.
Aiea -UJo acres moro or loss.
Toim 21 you. U.)S"t rental
S1000 iayablo aoini-.iunually in
lid Villi CO.
The Government reserves tho
light t take at any time with
u-ueoimbic notice and without
coin.ouriitiou, except for impiMe
mentstikon, any portion of tho
above piomises wb'ch may bo io
quired for oonsli notion if now
ioiuN or improving or changing
of oul uiu', n nd to t.iko fmni such
premiscis soil, rook or giavel as
may be necessary for tho cou-f-tvl
etion or improvoraoot of ouob
2nd i'oition of tho Govorn
ment land of Kahei, Kohala, bo
ginning in tho vicinity of tbo
Government road to Hoaoipo, and
extendi' g nntuka to tbo proposed
uo.v road from Kolu.la to Wui
me i, containing a total area of
455 acres, a little m re or loss.
Term of lo.ise 5 ywirs from No
von.boi Kith, 1897. Ups'f rental
?92o a year p.iyablo femi an Ml
ally to ail nice.
.'Jul Portion of tbo land of
Kahei, lv h ill, botweeu the Gov
orninont r.d to llon.Mpo and the
sea, containing an aro.i of 8G
aoi't-s, moie or iosj. Term Fio
vears fiom November 13lb, 1897.
Upset rontnl $100 00 per an
num, imyublo emi-annually in
1th Tho Government tract in
Hnmakun, Hawaii, lying between
lauds o Kauli and Kuiwiki, and
oxtonding ruauka from tho Gov
ernment road to new settlement
lots. Are.i 390 aoros moro or
leps. Tor in Five years, lt-iit.il
per annum Upsot sf400, u.iy.iblo
semi-annually in advance
5th Virions small Shrimp
Ponds and W tor llcles situate
nn tbo laud of Kawaipapa, liana,
Maui, Iwlmv the Govornmont ro id.
Toim 15 yoais. U)8t lontnl
S25.0J puyublo ) early in advance.
Pimm of tbo ubovo may bo seen
at tho Public Lmds Office, whore
further particulars din bo ob
(Signed) J. F. BROWN,
Ac;niit of Public Linda.
Dated Nwember 25th, 1890.
51; Zjei)r) Bulletin
DANIEL LOGAN, Editor.
TUESDAY, DEO. 8, 189G.
Jurlgn C. F. Hart, in a contri
bution to tbo discussion of tbo
now dominant question, insists
upon consideration being shown
by the party in power to tho feel
ings of tho native Hnwaiians.
This insibtanco is in keeping with
tho contention of tbo Bulletin
for some time past, that tho gov
ernment and people of the United
States will tako into strong ac
count, in dealing with tho ques
tion of annexing Hawaii, tho atti
tude of tho Hawaiian native pop
ulation toward tho proposition.
Much iniriuhief was done, which it
may tako long to undo, iu tho
early days o tho now rule, when
tho Govornmont tacitly onoounig
od, if not directly assisted, tho
regarding of tbo native Ha
waiian people as both im
becilo and vicious, and hav
ing no particle of right to
be consulted in matters of vital
importance to their country. This
great blundor of policy was tho
first to bo revealed to American
stalesnion in Congress, and. tho
rovolatiou caused tho filing away
indefinitely of tho Harrison treaty
of annexation. There is for moro
reason for winuing native support
to tho causo oE annexation today
than there was then, in tho fact
that tho outspoken opposition
thereto, amongst tho foreigu ele
ment bore, is much more formid
able in individual aud property
iuiluenco now than at that time.
It is no iho to hido from Hub fact,
like tho ostrich that buries its
head in the sand. McKinley, it
is believed at Washington, will
declare for annexation when pio
per overtures from Hawaii are
made. It is safe to say that over
tures not having tho authority of
a commanding majority of nil the
peoplo eligible for American citi
zenship will hardly bo considered
"propor" by the incoming United
States administration. Therefore
the duty of tbo hour, devolving
upou those seeking tho political
union of Hawaii to tho United
States, i3 to secure tho suppoit of
tho wholo body politic of theso
Anything from Hou. Puullseu
berg on matters alTocting tho
welfare of this country, ot which
ho was formerly a prominent
legislator and in which for many
years he has held great financial
iuterosts, must command gcneial
respect. Iiis arguments against
auuexatiou cannot bo got over
with inane bulToonory too com
mon in tho "now" journalism, but
require to bo answered with rea
sons that will appeal to men of
sound sonso and habits of investi
gation. As tho Bulletin under
stands it, tho present campaign
for political union is to bo ono of
information, argument aud, wher
ever necessary, conciliation not
ono of spasmodic hurrah, mouth
ing of shibboleths aud abuso sf
Odd I'iIIouh nnd IHikiiii I'.lctt Ofll
tern Tor Ilia I'umliij,; Term.
At tho regular meeting of Ha
waiian Lodge No. 21, F. and A.
M., tho following ollicors wero
elected to servo for tho coming
Worshipful Master A.Gilfillau
Senior Warden J. M. Little.
Junior Warden E.I. Spalding.
Treasurer W. M. Giffard.
Secrotary T. C. Porter.
This is tbo tenth term for which
Messrs. Giffard and l'ortor have
been elected to serve as treasuror
aud secretary of Hawaiian Lodgo.
Harmony Lodgo, I. O. O. I? ,
also elected new ollicors last even
ing, as follows:
Noblo Grand C. T. Rodgors.
Vice Grand Paul J. Voellor.
Secrotary Goo. A. Turner.
Treasuror J. A. Magoon.
Trustees W. O. Atwater, J. C.
Lorenzon, L. 0. Ablos.
With oue exception all of tho
above wero ro elected.
In the purity and genoral ox
collenco of Seattle Biieii crows
stronger every day. Everybody
endorses it because it is Pure. If
you waut a delicious beverage or
a wholesome tonic drink it. It's
nouiishing, strengthening, health
ful, because it's mado of the finest
hops and malt aud is absolutely
pure. On tap or in bottles at tho
Color your own photos with
oriental liquid photo colors. No
skill is required, they aro trans
parent colors which show all tho
details of tho photo through thorn.
Kiug Bios.' mo the only ones that
have them for salo.
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 coflee used should be
ground very fine and placed in
the inner chamber. Pour boil
ing water over the
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 the Coffee Pot ready to sei ve.
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.
h 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 ?6 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.
Opposito Spreckels' Bank,
NO. 307 FORT STREET.
'rrvxsvv vtf; , 'A.
Without making nn nfffort
to- show you tho exceedingly
largo and beautiful collection! of
ILVEH,-: GOLD FILLED : AlfflffGLD
Hninfx nlnin. ntlim-R hf-ntiH-
m ;niiy enumeieu; some an smau
G ers a littlo largor, eomn as low
id) hb mx. uuiiuih, very iuw uuinn
g. foity but those in hcaty gold
Our medium sized watches
Iwit.u ii t rk vnrtr tiff iMir.lt vn
( Fotchiug designs, "which will
11UUB( a uvy iu piuuua.
j Five dollars buyB a pretty
& bwpII watch wi:h us. All back
fi ed by our "money back" gua
I H. KWichmaii
Tho time for selecting
cdibjes for the Christmas sea
son is at hand and, without
enumerating especially, we
wish to say that our stock
comprises most of tho deli
encies for tho table lit this or
any other time. Our importa
tions an from France and tho
United States, the goods are
absolutely puro and fresh and
are not surpassed in character
and assortment by any firm in
We receivo goods by every
steamer and they include game,
fish and other articles not ob
tainable by consumers hero
except in San Francieco. Our
agent in San Francisco seeks
the best goods in the best mar
kets, buying only from the
manufacturers, agents and thus
saving one profit. Your ex
perience in buying from us
has taught you that the
character of our goods cannot
bo questioned and that our
prices are satisfactory.
Our stock of Christmas
goods now is larger and better
than we have ever shown be
fore. If you desire any spe
cial delicacies which may ar
rive on the steamer duo before
Christmas you will bo best
served by leaving your orders
now everyone is anticipating
a rush porhaps you are.
hlavo you handed in your
order for a Christmas tree for
the little ones?
Lewis & Co.,
NOTARY PUBLIC Ui TYPEWRITER
Okfick: 203 Merchant street, Ctunnbtll
Block rcur ot J. O. Cartel' office. l O.
Is well nmniftsted in the
Shoes wo have stookod
up with for tho sensot).
Hero every now shape
nnd stylo is in ovidenco.
Every new kink that
makes a shoe moro com
ibrtablo or gives ifc longer
lifo. ia found in f.lin t'nuf.
(wear on sale. All tho
best makes are represented in
The Manufacturers' Shoe Go,,
S3F Exclusive Shoe "Dealers. "3i
51G Fort Street, Honolulu, HVJ'.
To supply your uants in Men's Furnishing Goods with the
most comploto and choicest stock wo have evor laid bfforo the
public. It you aro in doubt as to what you would like, toi
pipsont to your friends or relations, lot us show you over our
goods, au'J you will surely find something substantial and ser
viceable, thut will gladden tho hearts o thoso who receivo theuK
Neckwear of Every Description,
Collars aud Cuffs, Handkerchiefs, Silk, Linen or Cotton,,
plain, or printed; Susponders either Silk or Cotton;.
Dress Shirts, Negligee, Shirts and. Night Hobos,
Unts iUiej: Eftlt qs Sfeia.Wj Xai: Mm a,-a& Bays
Smoking Jackets, Panama Hats, Puggareos iu many dD-
signs; Collar and Cuff Buttons, Bosom Studs, Sloovo
Links, Boy's Shirt Waists,
Readyo-Wear Suits for Men and Boys
Vulisos and Iland Bags, some very nico ones in Alli
gator; and a great muny other things.
JbtL A.B K RDA8HER.
Cornei? ofF'oyt and Merchant Sts
' " " ' '
Santa Cluus is extremely
fond of receiving lettors from
tho littlo ones. lie generally
oilers a valuable prize of some
kind to well behaved children
and this j-ear ho has uotified
Wall, Nichols Co., who are to
act as his agents here, to offer
in his name a beautiful French
doll to the Honolulu girl or
boy who writes him the most
original letter. Any little ono
under ton years of agt. may
compete for' the doll which is
sure to bo highly prized by
tho lucky recipient. Now,
girls, this is your opportunity.
Brush tho cobwebs and dust
of puzzling questions out of
your minds and write tho old
fvnnflnmfm n nioo mffvw cninn.
Q..v.. ...... ...v,w . .,,, uun.
thing differont from anything
you have evor written before.
You may ask your papas and
mammas how to spell tho
words but tho thoughts and
good wishes should bo all your
On honor, nowl
Letters may be mailed in the
letter box at Wall, Nichols
Co's storo between 0 o'clock
next Saturday morning, Nov.
2Sth, and 12 o'clock noon of
December 24th, the day before
The doll will bo on exhibi
tion in one of their large show
windows during tho above
period. Tho judges of tho
merits of tho iotters received
will bo decided upon by repre
sentatives of tho presfj of
MBMWMBffl5MW19Mf8ffllW?i'WWPll" iBV rwyy w
tins mammoth stock.
Wo have been sitting on
tho ragged edge of a damp
cloud for tho p.ist two weeks,
contemplating tho result in
tho event of the non-arrival
of tho S. G. Wilder with our
cut glass ware nnd other ar
ticles which we had selected
for the holiday trado. Yes
terday tho tension on our
nervous system relaxed; tho
Wilder arrived and twenty
four hours after this goes into
print, wo will have a display
of fine goods on our countors,
such as never was scon hero
The additional space re
quired has been obtained by
doubling up on our show coun
ters, making now ones and
changing around some of tho
old ones on the second floor.
We're ready for biisnnoas and
tho number of salea of holiday
Soods wo have made during
the past threo weeks constrains
us to believe that tho business
is ready for us.
e By tho Wildar we have aH
kinds of things suitable for
Christmas gifts. Many of thorn,
aro in cut glass, and they com ..'
prise: Saucers, Salad Dishf .g
Rose Bowls, Pickle Jars, B.u'fci
tor Tubs and Plates, Ico
Cream Trays, Decanters
Loraonado Sets, Individual
Oils, Tumblers, Individual
Butters, Creamers, 'Smolling
baits and half a hundred
Then there, are Chafing
Dishes in more than a dozen
stles. Library, Hall and
1 mno Lamps, Cropo Paper
Shades and Silk Shades and
W, W. DIMOND,
Von Holt Building.