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EVENING BULLETIN, JANUARY 23, 18U7.
Pablio Lands Notice.
Notice is hereby given that (bo fol
lowing lota lu Hnmakim, Hawaii,
opened for application January lBtb,
1897, will be eoltl at Public Auction,
on Saturday, Feb. Otli, at 12 o'clock
noun, at ihu ullloo of Oliaa Williams,
Hmmknti, H.ituakua, uinler ttictpc
cl.il tnrivH h m) conditions named In
Public Lands Notice tleclurlug suoli
Lot Area Upset l'i Ice
7 . 7JA $72000
y 1 73.04 A 013 00
7 1 74 03. A 032.87
J 15 81 (U. A 810 40
25 . 73 I0.A 0 050
20 .38 17.A 381.70
f AHHAI.OA suction, near Honokna.
Lot Area Upset Price
IS 18.21.A $18240
No person will bo allowed to purclinso
11:01 e tlitui ono lot. All purchasers must
pcsnesH qualifications nud make tba morn
declaration required of Cn,h Freehold Far
atiAsent under the land net of 1895. One
foiutli of purchase price is dno itntccdiutely
after the mIo.
l'hius of above lots and further in forma
tion may bo obtained at the ofllco of Public
Lund, Honolulu, or nt tho office of Chns.
Willhuw, KulMrtyont, Houoknu, Uauinktia,
J. F. BKOWX,
013-31 Agent of Public LnnJa.
51? Zve)'u) Bulletin,
DANIEL LOGAN. Editor.
SATURDAY, JAN. 23,1897.
There has been room for bettor,
more rational, justor, feeling on
more sides of politics than ono in
this country sinco 1892. That
something of tho necessary im
provement has dawned on tho
laud is illustrated in tho current
arguments for the full political
rights of tho native HawaiianB in
a journal from which, in its
genesis, emanated tho most
dastardly efforts to degrado tho
Httntditius in tho sight of the
woild, deprive thorn of just con
sideration from the United States
in the ovent of annotation, and
exasperate them into repiisals in
their own country which were
ooldly calculated to rebound to
their oruel undoing. It is true
that othor minds now produce the
utterances from that source, but,
it must bo remembered, the- hands
that uphold tho oracle then and
now aro tho same, and if tho feel
ing of those who dominated thoso
days hud been right thero would
by this time bo needed but little
oxortiou to enlist tho overwhelm
ing mass of Hawaiiaus in the
ciuho of uniting their beloved
o untry to tho great Republic.
Now is tho timo not only for en
deavor to redeem past follies, but
to pi event hairbrainod marplots
ftom mtikiug a iiipbs of tho futuro.
Mr. Robert Scott's scheme for
aistuing regular seasons of good
companies ou tho Opora Houso
boards is a good one. It gives us
gient pleasure to learn that his
canvass for stock subscriptions
1ms thus far resulted promisingly.
The invostor in tho Amusement
Compnuy is at least sure of getting
his mouoy's worth, at par rates,
back in tho form of ontortaintneut.
What is tho use of haviug our
"Palace of Truth" if it is to bo
kept closed most of the year, liko
tho Tomplo of Janus in time of
Preraior Laurior of Canada has
a strong dosire to have a Domi
nion representative at Washing
ton, commissioned by tho Queou
but with salary provided by Cana
da. His administration considers
it moro important to have an
ngont nt Washington than at
London. Its policy of "closer
coramoroial relations" with tho
United States involvos nothing
lens than abolition of custom
Iioubos between tho two countries.
Honolulu's rauaio lovers will
havo an opportunity Tuesday
evening of ropnying themselves
for their appreciation of having
tho Opoia House restored. Attists
of inoro than averngo ability will
delight their onrs on that occa
Nicaragua Caunl prospects
must bo considored ns having bo
como remote indeod, when tho
host that can bo presented to tho
present Congress is a proposition
for a now survey.
Should tho United States
Senate roject tho arbitration
treaty it will bo against tho best
sentiment, not only of that nation,
but of all Christendom.
I.ATI ST I'OHKIUN N i:VN.
Continued from 1st Page.
ly confronted by a Spanish force,
when Macco led a oliargo in
which ho was shot.
But tho insurgents insist that
at this point Maceo's followers
distinctly saw Dr. Zortucha,
Maceo's personal physiciau.amoug
the Spanish guornllas, who ap
parently had ambushed the insur
gents, and they point to this and
othor facts as proof that Maceo
was botrayed by the physician.
It also seems true that tho
Spaniards succeeded later in ob
taining possession of Maceo's
body, tioiug it to tho tail of a
hoifco and starting with it toward
tho Spanish main body. Tho in
surgents, however, tallied and
charged again, obtaining posses
sion of their leader's remains, and
purrhd fhoin to a place of safety.
Tub body was aftorwaid given a
millitary burial at a spot which is
known to but fow of tho most
promiuout of Macoo's associates.
A rovnlution of the white party
is imminent in Uruguay.
Bombay is virtually depopu
lated on account of tho plnguo.
Uouios aro oaten by vultures.
Thousands of fugitives aro starv
ing to duath. Vory fow Europeans
have contracted tho disenso, thoy
apparently not boing subjoct to
MOIIE IHUTIStl ANNEXATION.
Great Britain will annex tho
Renin kingdom in Africa and do
poso tho king on account of tho
massacre of a British expedition.
Captain Boismgon and Consular
Officer Locke, two of tho party
headed by Consul Phillips, which
was almost annihilated by natives
of Honin city while on a poncoful
mission to tliut district, unurmed,
have bi'on rescued after wander
ing in tho bush for a week. Both
woro wounded. There is no hopo
of any further igciiob.
President Dntz of Mexico has
boon docoratod by Emporor Wil
liam of Gorrauny with tho grand
cross of tho Red E'lgle. Tho
Mexican ministers of foreign affairs
and finance have beon ducor.ttod
by his mnjosty with tho ordor of
Hugh John MncdonRld, son of
the late Sir John tho Premier, has
had his election for Winnipeg,
Manitoba, doclured void on the
ovidonoe of ono witnoss, This
was an agent fur Miicdonald, who
udmittod tho hiring of vehicles to
tako votors to tho polls. Such a
prnctiso is aguinst tho Cunadiau
Inloriiiittlnii for TourlM.
A passenger by the last Colonial
steamor was mot ou tho dock by
a Milesiau American friend, who
resides in Honolulu. As tho pair
waited to havo tho nowcomor's
gripsaok scrawled over with chalk
marks by tho Customs Inspector
at tho gate tho stranger romarkod
to his Friend "Do you 'avo much
rain 'ore ? " Rainier mo boy,
gallons of it, just como up to tho
Anchor Saloon whore thoy keep
it always, clear and cool. Wo'll
ust bo in timo for lunoh too and
that's tho only place iu town
whore thoy sorvo it up in propor
stylo with a glass of Rainieu
Beeu to oquilibrializo tho solids
Thoy wont I
m 9 m
Nicely furnished rooms at tho
Popular House, 154 Fort street,
from $1.00 per week up.
Meohnnios' Homo, corner Hotel
and Nuuunu streets, lodging by
day, wool: or month. Tonne: 25
and 60 conts por night. $1, and
81.25 per weok.
c ,ii i i.i r a it Y tti:i)iu titi'Kits.
Colonel ,1p.enii Ilrtlun illou Arrept
til .KiNnceoMiir In be Apiiolnlr.l.
Muttors a ro g'ling along at mili
tary houdqnnrtors muoh as usual
and tho oxoitomont and hlk over
Colonel McLean's resignation havo
about died out. Tho Colonel will
occupy bis prosonl quarters in
the bungalow until he loaves tor
tho States, which will b either
on tho 4th or the 7th of next
month. Lioutenant Colonol Fislior
is in command of tho regiment
and Captain Schnofcr Iihh charge
of hondquaiters. It is understood
that tho policy of tho govornmont
to reduco military expenses, out
lined in the Somilo .it the timo
the Military Appropriation Bill
wat up, will now bo followed out.
This moans tho reduction of the
regular lorco to ono coin piny of
about sixty nion with ono sot
of oflicors, which is considered all
that is necessary in the presont
quiot state of tiHahs.
Tho uuws that tho Califnrniu
rogimont had won tho interna
tional shooting match by a scoro
of 3950 to 38G7 or a majority of
83 was rcoivod with regret, but
it is understood a return match
will bo asked for nt onco. Colonel
Fishei was light when ho said
tho Hawaiiaus would havo wou
if thoy bud hold up to thoir
Company D elected Lioutonant
Ohu. S. Ctano, Sergeant Timmons
and Private W. W.Unrris as r-pre-sontatives
on tho commitlco to
arrango for tho coming annexa
Tho second teams of Companies
E. and F. shot yesterday, tho
former winning by 385 to 3G4.
LOOKINM FOK THE SWANIIILDA.
Nercrnl Vonnelo .lllolulirii fur Hi"
Olio llutlcr 1 On.
Tho U. S. S. Corwin and othor
rovonno cutters along tho Pacific. I
Coast have received orders to look
out for tho Swanhild.i and take
off tho manifold murderer, Frank
Butler. Tho Corwin will cruise
along tho Coast outsido S.tn Fran
cisco. She has an officer on board
with tho necessary warrant for
The Hawaiian ship Hawaiian
Isles, Captain KupIoI, which sail
ed from Now cant lu a week before
thoSwauhilda, has nlroady arrived
in San Francisco, but saw nothing
of tho othor vossel.
Both tho Hawaiian Isles and
tho British bark Elliott wero mis
taken for tho S.vimhildu and
boaided by tho San Francisco
the msriticr coiriiT.
Anhnorlli I'oiinil Unlit- and Fined
Ouo Hundred mid 1'llly Iiollnr
In tho polico court this morn
ing the trial of John Ashworth on
a chargo of soiling liquor with
out a license wns taken up.
Tho prosecution was conduoted by
Marshal Brown and A. G. M.
Robortson appeared for tho do
fense. The prosecution put tho
informers Conley and St. Clair
on tho stand, who testified to ob
taining drinks of bcor and gin
from tho defendant. No testimo
ny was produced for tho dofenso,
and the Court at onco found the
defendant guilty as charged. Tho
soutonco was a fine of $150 and
costs. The caso will bo appoalod.
There is butter and there is
butter but thoro is no buttor that
arrives iu Honolulu so Bwoot and
fresh as tho Mikilua and Waianae
Buttor. Its rapid transit by rail
direct from tho dairy to the Pala
ma Grocery's large ico box so
conveniently situated opposite tho
railway depot onables us to
handle it to tho best advantage.
No wondor wo aro doing euch a
largo buttor busiuoss, when wo
are soiling this ffuo buttor at 35o.
por lb. Palama Grocery, oppo
sits Railway Depot, King street.
Tho first of Mr. Poopoe's law
lectures at Fostor hall will bo
given this evening.
Hawaiian Quintette Club.
Will provide First-class Music for Ho
ceptlons. lMoiilcs, Lunus, Qraud linlln, etc.,
etc. All orders given prompt attention.
jgT- Leaoordorswitlt "Ka UuloOiwi"
W. W. Dimoud, or to Cin D. WiHokal,
111 llicbards street. C-15-Ira
t We have an immense con
signment of new goods on the
way which will make quite a
sensation when we expose them
ior sale. In the meantime, we
desire to call your attention to
a few little articles which are
indispensable in all well-regulated
The Gem Ice Shaver is
just what you want. After
you have used it once you
will realize how much ice you
might have saved in the days
gone by, not including the
wear and tear of your temper.
The Gem Ice Shaver is handy,
cheap, economical and labor
saving. Get one.
Fish Scalers. Many
housekeepers object to pre
paring fish for the table, be
cause of the bother of scaling
them. We have a handy little
instrument for the purpose
which does the work quickly
without scattering the scales
all over the house. They are
cheap. Get one.
French Slicers These
are light carvers, sharp and
flexible as Chinese razors, just
the thing for choice undercuts
and tenderloin steaks. We
have them in several styles.
Carvers We have them
in sets, all styles, ivory, bone,
wood and metal handles at
prices ranging from $4 to $1 5.
Bread Knives All kinds
in ivory, wood or metal handles,
including the celebrated Clauss
Silver Plated Spoons and
forks in great variety.
Most of the above you can
put in one of our metal fork
and spoon baskets, which
must be seen to be appreciated.
They are cheap, durable and
Hawaiian Hardware Co.
Opposite Spreckols' Bank,
NO. 307 FORT STREET.
A moeting of all those interest
ed in Bicycling is called to con
sider tho advisability of procuring
a raco track at Kowalo. Tho
mooting will be hold in tho Cham
ber of Commorco rooms, MON
DAY EVENING, Jan. 25, at 7:30
By Each Steamer.
Table .'. Delicacies
A specialty at
VOELLER & CO.'S,
20 Bcrotania Street, Waring Block.
ttffi- Telephone 680 -u
Election of Officers.
At a mooting ot tho Stockholders of
tho People's Ice and Rcfrii;orutltig
Company, LM., hold this day, tho fol
lowing oillcors wero duly elected:
J. A. McCandlesB President,
J. A. Magoon Vice President,
G. A. Jones Seorotary,
D. W. Oorbolt .Treasurer,
T. W. Hobron Auditor.
The above named officers constitute
the Board of Directors.
E. A. JONES,
Honolulu, January 21, 1897.
Subporibe for the Evening Bul
letin, 75 oonts por. month,
-I J F 4 BUYS HS
I n LZj 4r STOCK OF
U 7P3j PRESENTS'
. 1 nrriOAi -4'r, "from
Hie lliifliiiiictiuw Shoe Co,
s Pink, J3iue
f 11IPM Off !JJH1W,
Fort fireet, "Honolulu.
In the YEAR
Aro tho kind of goods wo
handle. "Whilst tho holidays
havo made groat gaps in somo
linos, most of our linos will
still bo - found very com
plete, notably that of Watches.
It takes a good many sales to
make an impression in our
stock, wo carry so many.
Watches for $3
For mon and boys, and
Watches for $300
For thoso with a longor
purso and an inclination for
somothing out of tho ordinary.
Wo want to add you to our
list of pleased watoh customers,
no matter how littlo or how
much you havo to spend for tho
purposo. Wo havo tho goods,
and onr many years of oxpori
onco will bo gladly given to aid
you in selecting ono which will
bo best for you.
and G-roen -
You can save money for tho
NEXT 13 DAYS
by making your purchases in
the Stationery ar.d Book Line,
Guitars, Banjos, Musical
Goods, etc., of J. M. WEBB
f- At this Salo all Paper
Novels will go at half-price
where two or moro are wanted.
Make money by saving it in
316 Fort Street.
The Bcalderjco of E. It. Hendry, corner
Kiimn and l'enaacola streota. House con
tains Eight Itooma and ban all tho modern
conveniences. Large grounds. Tol. 301.
Corner of Lnnalilo and Fensacoln Btreets,
Five LotB. 75 feet by 125 feet each. The
most dosirnhlo residence properly for sale
on the plains. For terms apply to
MKS. E It. nENDBY,
Office To Let,
At 207 Merchant Street.
Peerless Freserring Paint Company,
NOTARY PUBLIC and TYPEWRITER
Office; SOS Merchant street, Campbell
Block rear of J. O. Carter' office, l O.
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