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iSVJUNlKO BULLETIN, FEBRUARY 17. 1W7.
QDVirnmont Bailing Lots on Mount
Thirteen ltitilriiug LotHlmvo Wn lecent
l.v r.urvej-etl on Monnt Tnntnlni nbove
Honolulu, ni.il ore now toady for .ilo.
Applications for tho sauio will bo te
ceived at the Interior Department nud they
will b) sold At Public Auction when a
sufficient number nf application hate licen
tiled to warrant the sale.
Thee lot vary In size from ', to .1
ncitu, nml iti dotation from 1200 to 1G0O
All lull hmc frontages on tho Unrri igo
road newlj coustrnetcil to Mount Tantalus
upon nil ony grnde.
All tht loU lmo tho number phlnly
diiplajed ucni the iiad and corner ht.ikcs
inntkiuct nuUide lHiunditrie.
A ltlii I'llut of these lots will be shown
to ftujoae desiring to inspect the b.iuo on
applioitio at tho Interior OfUcc, where
full piirtlculirt of upset piiceH nt nuctiou,
terms and conditions of halo may lx ob
tained. J. A. KINO.
.Minister of tho Interior.
Interior Office, Fob. 13, ISO". 53.3t
5 Ei2T) Bulletin,
DANIEL. LOGAN, Editor.
WEDNESDAY, FEB. 17, 1897.
In noticing a clmnco to scud
umil to Shu Francisco by the bark
Roderick Dim, bo us to rench tlicro
beforo next steamer innil, tlia Hilo
Tribuuo Bays: "But llnwniinu
stamps would not work via Roder
ick Dhu. They must bo United
St.ii.s postage." Thcio is no
postnl regulation to justify nuy
such decision. Letters may bo
sent by vessels from any othor
port than Honolulu under Ha
waiian postage It is only requir
ed that the postmastor nt tho par
ticular port shall make return of
the number of lettois so dispatch
ed. No rogulnr mail bat; service
may bo conducted, nor postal
monoy order business transacted,
by vbnsold from tho outports.
Doubtless when Hilo has a steam
line to tho Coast, regular muils
onch way will bo in order.
An influential mass mooting,
presided over by the muyor and
addressed by members of both
tho Dominion and Ptoviucial Leg
islatures, was hold ut Yancouvor
lately to promote a moasuro for
inerensiug tho bond tax ou Glii
note immigiauts to $500. A strong
protest was made against tho fraud
ulent naturalization of Japanese,
and, iu their case, it was tho opin
ion of tho meeting that the term
of lesidoueo for naturalization
should bo raised from thrco to
five years. Evidently British
Columbia is in line with tho rest
of the Pacific Coast iu opposing
tho nsceudnncy of Asiatics.
An ordor has recently been is
sued by Lord Lansdowno, British
Sccrotnry of State for War, insist
ing upon observance of tho regu
lation directing all army ofticors to
be clean shnvou oxcopt as to tho
upper lip, which must iu no case
bo touched by tho inzor. "Curi
ously enough," an exclmugo re
marks, "English naval ollluors are
allowed to wear full boards if tlioy
choose, but if thoy shave nt nil
it must bo complotoly that is, tho
uppor lip as well as the cheeks and
chin must be denuded."
In point of biightnoss the Pio
gressivo Educator for Fobruary is
au improvement on previous num
bers. Yot in tho matter of accura
cy iu details, it is not up to res
pectability ns an educational
journal. Tho editor should hang
up his proof shoots for his pupils
Retail merchants of Ottawa, the
capital of Cannda, are taking n
leiif out of tho Hawaiian book by
ngitntiug for tho procoas of garni
shee on tho salaries of govorumont
lAl'IVT I'OlirillV NI!H,
Continued from lut I'mje.
baud's estate, pay tho claims of
legatees aud givo tho residuo to
Palo Alto Uuivorsity.
"While Rov. Fnthor Handloy
was conforriug n blessing on his
congregation nt Paterson, N. J.,
his vestments caught lire from the
nltnr candles and ho was badly
Dwight L. Moody, evangelist,
celebrated his 00tli birthday iu
liostou on tho 5th itist. Friends
have collected $30,000 to erect a
chnpol for the boys of Mount Ver
non school, of which Mr. Moody
was the founder.
Sonator Mitchell is liable to
lose re-election in Oregon, where
a legislative deadlock is threatened.
Secretary Oluoy has received
from Harvard uuivorsity an in
vitntiou to fill tho chair of inter
national law at that institution.
Sonator Walter B. Spear, of
Oregou, is dying from blood
poisoning ut El Moutc.
Sylvostor Scovol, n correspond
out of tho N. Y. World, bus boon
arrested at Tauis, Santa Clara
provinco, iu Cuba.
Another effort is to bo made to
ward uegotiotiug an arbitration
treaty botwoou Franco nnd tho
A bill granting tho suffrage to
women has beeu passed by the
Washington Stato Legislatuio. It
will piobahly bo killed iu the Se
nate. Congressman Bontnor, of Loui
siana, says that about 100,000
people are duntituto in tho uoith
wostcrn pat t of his State, owing to
The Canadian Ministers iu
Washington havo inteiviowed
meiubeisof Cougross. They baso
their reciprocity schenio upou an
exchange of concessions, by which
Canada will admit the munufnc
tuies of the United States upon
favorable tariff terms in roturn
for tariff concessions to Cauudian
Simir Illrcllnns io Ag'iliiM thi
Roth sides plain: tlio election
iu Noith Ontario.
Tho Conservatives have won
tho East Simcoo pout in tho by
lirunt has beon won for tli Gov
ernment. Tiie Imli.iii vote turned
The G (vornmont tikes buck
South Biiint, u Liber il county.
Tho Coiistirvutive press glories
in tuo Govorumout's fulling off
in tho elections.
The financial sintomoiit to the
31st January, shows a small fall
ing oH'in the rovu.iuuund an in
crease in tho expenditure on oupt
Tho national roliof fund for tho
East India sufli-rurs has now pass
The Ottawa retail morohauts
will nsk ttio government to amend
the law to permit garuisheeiug of
tho sthtries of civil sorvants.
A public mooting nf citi.ens of
Ottuw.t has b.ion called to d'viB
moanB for celobruting tho Queen's
Tho propos-il to send a big ling-fti-.ll
from British Columbia to
Bisloy, is oommouded at Ottawa,
with tho commont that no timo
should bo lost in dspatobiiig it,
as tho Biliv moot commences
'Hid I'iiiiN Ifoiillh.
Tho London Daily News has
recoived tho following from a cor
respondent at Jtomo: Despite
tho btatiunout of Dr. Lapouuas,
on the contrary, I am informed
that tho Popo was on Friday
found lying on tho -back of his
chair. Ho was uncouhcious whan
discovered, mid was only restored
to consciousness by inhaling
ether. Tho attack is tho gravest
which ho has suffered during tho
past two years, and is attributed
to increasing coiebral anaemia.
Sl'ANIAUDS IIKIIIIA' KXC1TED.
Tho I.ondo cable item today liait tho
following: "The Cuban resolutions In
tbu United States Senate would be re
garded hero a h n little more than a
useful safety valtc for the jlnpo Bent
iment did not the Mudrld telegrams
j,liow tho highly inflammable state of
tho Spanish populace. It suggests that
they drlnlc Itainlcr Beer nnd lcccp cool.
On tap or iu bottles at tho Criterion.
FROM THE BIG ISLAND
si'.ai.ino NOiHKx::it minus iiovts
Noiiim lllrtlitln) nt llllo ingrPM "f
ltoitd Dolus ill Juiiniii'Mn
Both tho Hilo papers scold
tho customs ofliceis for allowing
the sealing schooner Mermaid to
send several boats nshoro on Sun
day after arrival without oithor
tho vessel or tho boats being in
spected. Tho following itoms are from
tho Tribune- of Saturday last:
Frank Winter of W-ttinaku, gavo
a small aud select dinner at his
residence on Thursday of Inst
week to coinmemotuto his 37th
Mr. and Mrs. James Gibb, of
Wniunku, have presented a beau
tiful Masou & Hutuliu orguu to
tho First Foreign Church Suuday
School in memory of the Into
Alexander Gordon Hutcheou.
A batch of Honolulu dotcctivos
arc lurking about town staring nt
people, doing nothing aud draw
ing their pay.
Popeokeo nt last is within the
charmed circle that is connected
with Hilo by wngon road. Heury
Deacon has succeeded in driving
bis carriage from tho plantation
Dr. O. H. Wetmorp celebrated
his sevouty-soventh birthday ou
Monday last by a reception at his
residence, Pitman street, nt which
n lurgn nnd representative gath
ering of his lflativej and friends
i paid their respects to tho "grand
olii man ot Hilo.
Bookkeeper W. D. Schmidt of
Houomu has lately sold his laud
and lot in Koau formerly occupied
by W. Dickson to a Jnpaucso hui.
A good money cousiueratiou is
said tc havo vbeen exchanged for
tho lot anil house.
Epizootic is all over tho district,
nnd in Hamnkua it has uo sign of
nbotement, bciug voted n nuisance
by Hamukunites who cnuuot uao
Thore are hunu.ous of vagraut
Japanese nil along from Hilo to
Humakua. Their means of liveli
hood nre unknown. Tho police
should look into this stato of
Informntion is hnd on good nu
thority thnt Mr. Brunor recently
Jet out a contract to a Jnpnneso
hui for $000 to build the portion
of rond botwoou Vierrn's nnd tho
The Kona Teachers' Association
met on tho 28th and 29th of Janu
ary in tho Holualoa school house
of North Kona. There wore pro
sent Mrs. Scott, Miss Scott, Mrs.
Kapu, Mrs. Mahoa, Messrs. Lon
hart, Mills, Law, T. Aiti, S. Aiu,
Mnkuakane,Kanikau, Piters, Ama
lu and Mukaiuai.
KONl KOIIO Afl'KAIls.
l'rluted In Kncll.li "nil Jiiinnt-iu
Object In (joiid.
Tho Kona Eoho, heralded in
tho Bulletin a week ugo, has ap
penred. It is n mnnusoript paper,
multiplied by sowo process, in
English and Japanese. It is
weekly, 2 a yonr or 25o. n month,
with iutermodinto torms in propor
tion As 'to its object, tho Echo says:
"Tho outstanding ouo is, of course,
to nid iu the progress of tho dis
trict nnd its pooplo." It offers
tho opinion thnt it will bo n bettor
means of going voice to Konn's
lotal wants than tho press of Ho
nolulu, "which has so much to do
in attending to tho important
evouts happouing nonr homo,"
"That part of tho Kona Echo
printed in tho Jnnnneso lnnmimrn
is principally devoted to tho moral
and educational welfare of our
countrymen." Conttibutions with
such ouds in view aro solicited.
The nows items in English
convey a record of progress in
making now roads.
February 0, an engineer of long
oxperienco writes tho Pacific
Hardware Co., us follows: "I
received your circulars concern
ing Vacuum Oil and ns I hnvo
used them sinoo, having tho power
of solecting my owu oil, I enn
only eoho tho fuels which thoy ex
l THE HIGHER COURTS
or Tiir oi'nui
AVI ml I til; V "f "" I.ov.y llinlrntlc.r
. .N.illilutt I.ell Tor the AsIciipp
to Work Himti.
In the matter of tho bankrupt
cy of M. S. I.ovy, tho motion for
order to pay tout was presented
before Judge Carter thus morning.
The Court held that it hnd no jur
isdiction to grant tho motion,
therofoio ordered it dismissed.
AV. R. Cnstlo for Mrs. Trogloun;
AV. A. Henshall for assignee;
Thurston Si Stauloy for T. H.
Davies & Co.; A. G. M. Robertson
for II. W. Schmidt & Sous.
Judge Perry has signed a de
cree in Thfo. H. Davies it Co.,
Ltd., vs. II. Lose, assignee of M.
S. Levy, ordering tho defendant
to deliver to tho plaintiff the pro
perty conveyod to it by Levy's
moitgngo. Tho plaintiff is autlio
rized to sell tho property nt private
sale, or in discretion nt public
auction, aud out of tho proceeds
to pay tliR costs of the proceeding
for foreclosure of mortgngo, and
their morlgngo debt. If tho
mortgngo debt is not thereby paid
iu full, any balnuco duo to bo n
judgment claim against tho bank
II Lose, assignee of M. S.
Levy, by his attorneys, A S. Halt
well nnd William A. Honslmll,
has filed his report and account,
with petition for dischargo. He
relates the judicial proceedings
under which ho was required to
deliver up tho merchandise of tho
bankrupt to T. H. Davies it Co.,
Ltd., mortgagee. Tho value of tho
proporty does not exceed the
mortgngo debt, in his opinion, and
all that romaiuod of tho estate
wore n fow book debts, which ho
hnd lonson to beliovo could not
bo collected. His account
Bhowed that ho had re
ceived SloS.51 nnd pnid out
$231.01, leaving n balnuco due him
of S'JO.'IO. He has uo money iu
his bunds whorowitL to pay any
of tho debts of tho estate or his
own costs, charges nnd oxponses,
nnd thoro nro uo other nssots than
tboso ho hnd described. Tho es
tate is indebted in tho sum of over
10,000. Having dono all things
required of him, ho prays thnt ho
may bo dischnrged nnd his bond
cancelled, nud, if the Court think
u.ecessury, that another person
may bo appointed iiosignee in his
Tho trinl of A. L. Morris for
importing opium wns bo-
gun boforo Judge Porry yestor
dny nfternoon nbont 1 o'clock.
Fouiteon jurors wore oxcused for
cause, nnd tho pnnol boing exhaust
ed talesmen were colled. At 0:10
the Court took rocess until 8 p. m.
Five talesmen wore excused for
cnuso before the following jury wn
found satisfactory nnd sworn: B.
F. Beardmoro, D. W. MoNicoll,
W.R.Sims, R.W. Cnthcart, M.
Smith, H. A. Parmelee, P. J.
Voellor, Wm. Savidgo, A. Lnrnaoh,
O. R. Dement, W. Tomploton and
H. E. AYnity. One witness wns
called and at 8:55 p. m. tho Court
adjourned for tho day. E. P.
Dolo, Doputy Attorney General,
nnd A. M. Brown, Doputy Mnr
flhnl, for tho prosecution; G. A.
Davis for tho dofouso.
It was Loped by counsel for tho
plaintiff nt noon thnt thoir sido of
tho Dimond divoroo case would
reach a conclusion this uftoruoon.
Thero it. butter nnd there is
butter but there is no butter that
arrives in Honolulu so sweet and
fresh ns tho Mikilun nnd Wniaune
liutter. Its rapid trnusit by rail
direct from tho dairy to tho Pala
tini Giocery's large ico box so
conveniently situuted opposite tho
rnilwny depot otinblos us to
hnndlo it to tho best ndvnutnge.
No wonder wo nro doing such a
largo butter business, whou wo
nro soiling this fine butter nt 35c.
per lb. Palama Giocery, oppo
site Railway Depot, Kiug street.
At tho mooting of tho Ainuso
ment Company tliis morning,
TLob. E. Wall wns eloetod aper
manont troasuror. Ho authorizes
Robert Scott to make collections,
whioh ho will receive p.nd deposit
in bank. Mr. Scott thinks that
everything will now go on swimmingly.
tt 1 T
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"i ri ' GZ'-'fL J o r-
Tho Maflofactiiras' Shoe
NUNS : VEILINGS,
All Colors; suitable fur Dressos.
10c. Per Yard 10c.
All Shades. lOc. per Yard.
Satin Sorahs ! Satin Surahs !
All Colors; Latest Patterns. IOc, per Yard.
iForl Street, lilonohihi.
In the YEAR
Aro tbo kind of goods wo
handle. Whilst tho holidays
havo mado groat gaps in somo
linos, most of our linos will
still bo found very com
ploto, notably that of Watches.
It takos a good many sales to
mnko an impression in our
Btock, we carry so ninny.
Watches for $3
For men nnd boys, and
Watches for $300
For those with a longor
purso and nn inclination for
something out of tho ordinary.
"Wo wnnt to ndd you to our
list of pleased watch oustomors,
no mnttor how little or how
much you hnvo to spend for tho
purpose Wo hnvo the goods,
nud our mnny yenrs of oxpori
onco will bo gladly giyou to aid
you in selecting ouo which will
bo Lost for you.
-., J - iSjyfrn o ''5
E W. JORDAN'S
No. . 10 Store
A Now Assortment of
Lurge Aesoi tinetit of
Spring Dress Goods,
Comprising lu Part:
13roilerli- ite Purls,
Grenadine du Swis,
NO 10 KOLtT STRKBT.
A Special Mfotlnj of the Stock
lioldeis of the. O.ilm Sugar Co., L'll,
m 111 be held nt the Room of the Cham
ber of Commerce on Thursday, the
18th of 1'Vbrimry, 1897, at 10. a. ni
for the purpose of Kltctliif; Directors,
adopting JJy Laws mid for oilier liusl-
NOTARY PUBLIC and TYPEWRITER'
OmcKi 203 Meiohnnt stroot, Campbell
Ulook rear of J. (i, Cartor' oftlco, P. Q.
Box 330 '