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EVENING BULLETIN, JULY 13, 1897.
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BVILTrtLIKK A WATCH"
THAN ON ALL OTHER MAKES COMBINED!
Three Different Riders on Three Different
"Won. five First and Ono Second l?rize
Out of the Six Entries !
EST For Strength, Easo and Durability the Sterling
has no equal.
Household Supply Department
CASTLE & COOKE, Ltd.
S. W. LEDERER,
- I X
T. Sold Cheap for Cash "a
" Highest Cash Price paid for Second-hand Furniture
at the I X L. corner King and Nuuanu streets.
DO YOU USE
It so, why not have the BEST?
It Is well-known that . . .
HAS NO SUPERIOR.
WST Shoulil your requirements call
for a tirst-clues, but lean expensive
wine, we have a full supply of
1ST Every bottle of any of above
brands Is guaranteed in perfect order
.at time of delivery.
W. C. PEACOCK. & CO.
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Notico is hereby given that
(Mr. John Grnco is authorized
, to collect all accounts owing
p, the IT.'.Iu'u Dairy, and nil
i persons having claims against
'- .said Honolulu -Dairy are re
quested t -i -" nt the same at
oncu ul t.i utlieu of iluine J.
Dowsttt, Quooti street.
fames r. dowsett.
More First Prizes
OTrni I tin
Corner KitiR and Nun.
Silk Scarfs, Pour in
Hands and Band Bows
SO Dozen will be sold at 25c. Each.
Washable Shirts for Boys'
Ages, from 4 to 8;
SI 00 PER SUIT.
9 Hotel Street
: Waycrlcy Block
Ajr-nts for Dr. Di-ltnel'H Linen-Mesh
Underwear. Send for Catalogue.
We Make Shirts to Order.
Arendt jEffrEss & Co.,
King Street, near Alakea.
B'mul pnr Week $ l.f 0
Siiii(l)i .Mrul tllO
'IVn Cufl'fH, Cliocoliitound Cukt.. .10'
Iro Ureum and Cake 15o
9 Litriteat and Cooleat Dining
lluom in the city. Open evening.
FAMILY LUNCH ROOM
Vomuii'n Kxolimuu Old Stand.
First Class jVEsals, - - 25c.
New Cooks and Now Wailuiu,
New Furnittiro and Dishes.
A. W. SEABUHY,
UgriUT KltiK ini'l AliiLiia.Stri'etH,
iloiiuliilu, II. J,
Mrs. A, Scliincdeu Proprietress.
(1 1 hum I Tut- ii 1 a ui. 1 uitfV, with
llmid, (rum ft M pin uiH'lt, iii'coiiIIiik
in iiinlri iiienl" ul 1 in. mii-HiH.
tin. only it "if Piuidi hiiiIh OiiiiIiiii
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MARINE NEWS ITEMS
Tlio brigantino W G Irwin is
discharging general cargo on
The- barkentino CabHo was re
ceiving sugar from tho stoamer
Mikakala off Oceanic wharf to
day. Tho bark Albort leaves tomor
row for San Francisco with a big
cargo and a numbor of passon
gors. Tomorrow, high tido large 8:47
p m;high tide small 3:00 a m; low
tido large 7:55 u m; low tidu small
11:00 p m.
Tho stoamer Olaudinn loaves for
Maui and Hawaii this evening
with a small pussougor list and a
Owing to her delayed departure
from this port tho steamer Maun a
Loa is Dot expected until to
The bark Coloma of Portland,
an old visitor in this port, is
lying disengaged in 'Frisco, hav
ing arrived there Juno 8.
Tho steamer Mikahaln, in this
mornincr. broucht 5288 bags of
Mani sugar for thelrwin company
and 30 head of cattle for the Met
ropolitan Meat Go.
Tho customs bureau is in a
quandary as to who to appoint
port surveyor. What is wanted is
a kamaaina endorsed by the
leading business houses.
Tho steamer Noeau came in to
day with 4330 bags of sugar and
10 bays of coffee from Hamakua.
Tho sugar will bo discharged into
the bark Diamond Head.
Tho bark Alden Hesso left this
morning at 10 o'clock for Sau
Fraucisco with threo passengers
and 21,707 lmgs of Irwin Compa
ny sugar (1349 tons) valued at
While the big ship Shenandoah
has been loading 4800 tons of coal
at Baltimore for Sau Francisco
this week, says the Marine Journ
al, the big schooner Fran's A
Palmer has been taking on 3300
tons of coal at the same port for
Maino. Over 8000 tons of coal
on two wooden sailing vessels it
Tho latest equipment to aid the
submarine diver is nothing lest
than a bicycle. It is said that
whore tho bottom of tho sea is
fairly level ho cauride along if in
search of any object as fast as a
steamer on tho surface which sup
plies him with air can travol. But
what must tho fishes think?
From Hawaii, per stmr Noeau,
July 13 Mrs Lindsay and 35
For San Francisco, per bk
Aldon Uease, July 13 Herman
Kimball, Miss Stetson, Miss
For Maui and Hawaii, per stmr
Claudine, July 13 Mrs J R
Walker, Miss Corn well, Miss M
SoreuHon, Miss A Sorenson, Mrn
W P Boyd, Miss Dickoy, Miss E
K Nawahi, Miss M Nape, Jas
Blink, Jno Wagner, Mrs llebecca
Pauoe, Brothers Frank, Frauds,
Clarence, Robert, Rush, Raymoud
and Theodore, the Koelling child
ren, Miss Helimoku, Misses Ke
liiwohi two, Jno Hanunn, D Ka
iniii and daughter, Liwui Joseph,
A It RIVALS.
' Tuesiiav, July la.
Stmr Mlkalia'n, Thompson, from Maul and
Stmr Nocnu, IVIltkoii, from Hawaii.
Tor.snAY, July 11.
Stmr Clnmllnc, Cameron, for jiortu on
Maul, ut .1 p in.
Stmr Jumca Mukec, Tullett, for Kujua, at
4 p in.
Stmr W (! Hall, Mnultmd, for Nawlllwlll,
Koloa, nicrle, 'Hnnaicpv, Maaawill, V.
nifii, Kel.nlin ami N'lllinii nl 5 p m.
Sehr Mllli- Mnrll, for Wiilalun.
Am bl; Albert. (irlllHIm, for an FruneUco,
VESSELS L1UVINO TOMOItlluW.
Am lik Allien llesko, l'ottvr, for Sau Ftan.
SI in r Keiiuliiiii, 'riiompnon, fur llannmniilii,
at I p in
OAliaOEH I'ltOM ISLAND I'OItTH.
V.x lit in r Mlkalmla VJS3 liat nizar In
IlHlll.feCi. Will, ail i at Mr M. I !. ' i'u
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K.VIIIIVTl'I - At KapWIml Mittciuilv
llumt'. July IV) ll'Jf, tn l lie uli ol ijen.
W. U. lltWIN VIIITI i:.
C'o)iftiiiiCf from 1st Page.
can bo grown in tho Hawaiian
Islands. Under all circumstances
the industry requiros great care,
and with the best success a crop
cannot bo produced until tho third
year, but it will require until the
fifth year to moko a proper profit
on the investment.
A recent report fiorn tho For
eign Department of the Hawaiian
Qovornment states that experience
has shown that tho berries grow
host at nn 'elevation of from 500
to 2000 foot abovo tho sea level,
though there aro cases where they
have dono well close to the sea.
It is evident from tho most ca
sual examination of the soil of tho
islands that nature has dono much
for the coffeo industry. L'offoo
grows bettor in a loose, porous
soil and uevor thrives in heavy,
clayey ground or in othor soil that
holds water. Thorois very littlo
of such heavy noil in any of the
islands. The volcanic character
of the soil throughout the country
has rendered vast areas peculiarly
fit for raising cotfeo to good ad
vantage. The report of tho l'oroign Ullice
cives the following interesting ao-
count of coffee in the lehindt:
"It is very evident that coffee
will thrive mid give- good results
in varying conditions of soil and
degrees of heat. In theso islands
it grows and produces from very
nearly at tho sea level to the elova
tiou of '2G0O feet. Tho highest
elevation of bearing coffee known
here is tweuty-tive miles from the
town of liilo and in the celebrated
"With such a rouge it is evident
that iu a tropical climate the culti
vation of coffee presents greater
opportuuities for an investor than
other tropical products.
"For years it was thought that
coffee would only grow to ad
vantage iu the Konu district of
Hawaii. Practical experiment
has shown that it can be grown
with success iu almost any prut
of the islands.
"Ihe opening up of tho Oloa
portion of the Puna district by a
well-uiiiuadauiized road leading
from Hilo to the volcano may bo
regarded as the commencement of
the coffee iuduitry on a largo
ecalo on the Hawaiian Islands.
There ore now over fifty planta
tions where six years ago there
was nothing but tangled and
"The' Olaa land is Government
property and can bo acquired un
der the laud law. There aro still
10,000 acres not takon up. Tho
lucutiuu is veiy desirable, as there
is direct communication with Hilo
by an excellent road, and the crop
can bo readily taken to the ship
ping point. Indeed, it cannot bo
loug before a railroad will be
built; when this takes place a far
larger extetit of laud will be avail
able for coffee growing iu thin sec
tion of the country .The soil in the
Olaa district ib deep and wonder
"Othor portions of Puna also
present many fcrtilo lands, and
coffeo plantations in those parts
ure coming to tho front showing
excellent results. A considera
ble number of investors have
opened up coffee plantations iu
tlu-iu, all of which are doing ex
cellently. Theso plantations, to
tho knowledge of the writer, are
many of thoni carried ou out of
the suvings made by workers in
Uouoluiu, who are thus prepuiiug
for thi'tiiHt'lves a provision for
their eat ly middle age. Ou tho
if-lunil (if Hawaii are tho great
coffeo diotricts of Olaa, Puna,
Kona and Hamaktia, iu each of
whioh thriviug coffee plantations
are established, while tons of
thousands of aorcs of tho very
fiuost lands aro yet undisturbed.
Government lauds iu theso dis
tricts aro being opened up for
settlement as fast as circumstances
Ou tho lslaud of Muui thero is a
largo area of oxcollent coffee
lauds available for cultivation.
The extensive huds of Kenimn be
long to the Government, oud thoy
will bo opoued for settlement as
soon as the surveys ore eomplotod.
On the famous island of Molo
kai tho coffee industry is making
great progress, and thoro aro al
ready soveral promising planta
tions in tho leoward valhjs. In.
samo may bo said of tho rich
littlo island of Oaliu, tho soat of
tho Government. Vithin si(ht
..f the old palace cnnideraliln
capital has been invested in tho
hiiHiiioss. As the easo now stuuds
the investor can find lund for
cotl'oo-growing on tho following
inlands: Maui, Hawaii, Molokai,
1 Oaliu aud Kauai. On Hawaii
good ground is to I hi found iu
North aud South Kona, Hilo,
Puna aud Hamakua. On tho
othor islands aro many vory for
tile districts. In addition to tho
Qovornment tracts thero aro many
largo areas owned by privato
parties, and many of theso aro for
sale at all time.
It is the policy of tho Qovorn
ment to encourage the settlement
of its coffoe lauds by small aud
thrifty farmers, hence tho amount
of laud granted to ono person is
limited. This provonts the powor
of monopoly being granted to tho
detriment of the people.
Tho finest of broakfast sausages
aro to bo had at tho Central Moat
Markot on Nuuanu avenue. Tolo
Mechanics' Home, corner Hotel
and Nuuanu streets, lodgiug by
day, week or month. Terms: 25
and 60 cents per night, f 1, and
$1 25 ner week.
Sharkey will dofoat Mahor if
ho drinks tho now O. P. S. Whis
key that is just put on tho markot
at tho Anchor Saloon. Also,
Half-and-Half and Seattle Boor.
City Carriage Co,. J. H, And.
'20 manager. It you want o
hack with good horse and care
ful driver ring up Telephone 118,
corner of Fort and Merchant
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