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iiV-KNINU HULLKl'lN, AUOUHT III, 1007.
te'i ' the Huvaltoa Uottl Prcmiccc,
Ifcneluh, Oatm, K, I.
On FRIDAY, October 1,181)7,
nt 115 o'clock noon, ut tlio front
onlriiii'o of tho I'MMMitho Huilti
iiiK will bo Hold ut I'iiIi'Ip Auction
llio Mimniinii Hotel I'iuiiiU-s, Ho
nolu! i, Ouhu
I' miih of Mm lliiililiiiK- and
Gr-iuni' cm 1)0 hpcii ut the Olllco
of the Mlni-tcf(f'-litnJior
Tonus of hiiIo in SHi" foil
ed Mates Onltl Coin
Upnit I'rico. 10.000 00.
l'os'ossioii cf tlio above Properly
will l)f given on tho lrttdnyof
In mso tliuio -hfiihl l)' no lo
of tlio nliovr pmiierty h lento of
the samo will Immo'iutely bo
Mllerwl for tenn of TEN yours at
an I'pHet Hontrtl of S 1 0OO.C0 por
until in, puyiiltlo qunrtirlv in ud-
VllliC pPSs'l'MMIl Will llO li'll to
tlio Lcsm'o on tlio 1st d i of Dec
It m CHid tionod that tlio Lessee
is to thoroughly innovate tlo pre
mises and opon them in a First
Class Hotel, and to keep the anmo
in pood oulor and lep.m and do
livoi them nt the oxpiiatiou of tho
lonne or its aoouor tejminutiou in
like pood order, ordinary wear
and tear excepted.
J. A. KING.
Minitftor of the Interior.
Interior Office. Aug 111, 1807.
Public Lands Notice.
On THURSDAY, Scptombor
2:1, 1S07, nt 10 . iu.. at the.ffico
of E. D. Baldwin, Hilo, lliwuii,
Mill bi opon for application under
pioviioiw of tho Lund Act for
Eight ol Purchaso, Lousos or Cash
Futholds, or under special cou
d'tions of oultivatinn and impiovo
went without residence:
11 Lots in Olan. Puna, Hawaii,
(Volcano Hoad, 11 tolU milonour
Peter Leo's), of fiom 10 in (10 acres
each in m-a. at uppnu-ud value
of f'JO por acio.
I'oi plan at d further i lticulais
nuply to 15. U. Baldwin, Hilo,
Hawaii, or ut oftico of Public
J. F. BROWN,
Agent of Public Lands. .
Dated August 31, 1897. Gi)9-3t
Publio Lands Notice.
On MONDAY, Soptenihor 20,
1897, nt 10 a. m., nt otlice of E. D.
Baldwin, Hilo, Hawaii, will be
sold at auction under special con
ditions (without residence):
Lot 1 Kupahua, 102 acres.
Upset price $153 00.
Lot 2 Kupahua, 117 acros.
Upset prico $175.00.
For plan and fuithor particulars
apply to E. 1). Hilchviu, Hilo,
Hawaii, or at ollico of Public
J. F. BROWN,
Agont of Publio Lands.
Dated August 31, 1S97. C99-3t
SATURDAY, September 18. 1897,
being a National Holiday, all Gov
eminent Otlice tlirnugliout the Re
publio of Hawaii will be closed ou
that ilay. J A. KING,
Minister nf Hih Interior.
Interior Oilier, Auk 31, 1S97.
51? Euenir Bulletin,
DANIEL LOGAN, Editor.
1UESDAY, AUG. 31, 1897.
At the largo meeting iu 24,
tho "banner precinct," resolutions
wore uuaniraouBly passed for the
remowil of the povuler mnuaziuu
' and the providing of a fire engine
for the Plains. Voice wns also
found for indignation nt tho con
veyance of properly in the pre
cinct to bo occupied with hideous
shucks and barracks put up by
If there wero 15,000 voters on
this ibluud, thoy could not have a
more representative nominating
convention than has Just boon
elected. And honre tho prospect
for a good Hotiso ib ciiuiilly good.
Good for Hie young Queuu of
tho Dutch! Hlio puts liar little
foot down hard, and will have no
limoUinu politics about tho huIuc
Won of her husband.
GOOD FOR HAWAII'S SUGAR
lll-roMIIOI Itl.l'INIIU IO II,
lll'IMIII Miour JAM1AIU.
I.omlrd M Port CU an Carqnitirii
Hit lln-NAiilhrrii I'arMa Hold to
Marking thi l'rnf cl.
Local sugar men nro jubilant
today ovor tho news brought by
the Peru to tlio effect that mi op.
position refinery to tho one con
trolled by the sugar trust will bo
iu operation about January 1.
Everyouo has heard of tho great
Starr flour mills at Port Costa and
George W. McNenr, tho Hour
king of Calitornia, thoir ownor.
As near as can bo learned a cor
poration has been formed by
Georgo W. McNenr, O. P. Hunt
imjtnn, 1L P. llithot and .other
big capitalists under the name of
tho California Beet sugar and
Refinory Company. Ostensibly
rormeci as a beet sugar corpora
tion it is learned that tho compa
ny intend also to eogago in (ho
refiuiug of enno sugar, although
this lattor intention has been kept
iu the dark for obvious reasons.
While C. P. Huntington, ns pres
ident of tho Company, has been
making contracts for boots for tho
new refinery another agout, gen
erally supposed to boO. T. Sowall,
has been here to secure contracts
for all tho Hawaiian sugars not
controlled by the firms of Irwin A;
to. nnu Dnvios & Uo.
A Into Chronicle has tho fol
lowing in regard to tho now re
fiuory. "The Crockett refinery is to be
outside of the trust and will
naturally come into competition,
it-not in opposition, to that great
aggregation of capital. Ihoao
interested in tho project nro ex
tremely reticent regarding it, ns
they say tho dotnils have yet to bo
worked out, but there is reason to
boliovo that the principal cause
for silenco is just this intention to
take hold of the Hawaiian sugar
crop not controlled by tho trust.
The capital behind it is large, and
in addition to such local moneyed
men as George W. McNear, seve
ral houses interested in the Sand
wich island trade, among others
"Weloh k Co., aro actively pushing
the scheme in a manner that is to
say the least significant. They
admit even that the factory will
be equipped to refine cano sugars
and that thoy expect to handle a
portion of the Hawaiian output.
"They are more particularly
non-committal as to the quantity,
evidently being undesirous to
attract too much attention from
their competitors in business.
They say that Mr. Huntington,
tho president of the company, is
busy making contracts for beets,
aud that tho maunfactuio of that
class of sugar will bo the princi
pal object in viow, but no doubt is
felt that whun the refining of isl
and sugars on the Coast is once
begun outside of the trust, a con
flict will be inaugurated, and that
in the future that will bo n great
branch of the work of tho refiuery
Tho manager of one of tho larg
est sugar firms iu the islands wns
seen by a reporter this morning
in regnrd to tho nbove. While
not in a position ns yet to givo
further details he admitted that
private advices from San Fraucis
co agents confirmed the statements
abovo made and ho had every rea
son to believe from the letters ho
had received this morning that an
opposition refinery was assured.
From other sources nud tin
significant fact that C. P. Hant
iugtou, president of tho Southern
Pacific, is president of tho new
refinery company it is supposed
thai tliut powerful cui jululiuu is
backing the new enterprise.
Join our Suit Club at once.
Medeiroa & Decker. SI per
HhNltV WATKUIIOII311. AKUIUll II. WOOD. IIENJtY WATKIMIOUSK, .III.
Henry Waterliouse & Go.,
JiiNuvanuo .AGnt.s, !l.Jlantntion Acmls,
Commission and General Business Agents.
IV We kIvu eiiroful ullentlon all IhihIiunh plucnd In our IiuihIm,
m im HENRY WATERHOUSE & CO.
slttgusl jo, iS(j;.
This week wc desire (o call
attention to the merits of the
well-known Alaska Refrigera
tors, which are guaranteed to
be all that is implied in the
name. Below are a few of the
1. The Alaska is construct
ed upon strictly scientific
principles, by which low tem
perature and dryness of air are
naturally and inevitably ob
tained. 2. The Alaska has pre
served fresh meats perfectly
for three weeks in the hottest
i. The Alaska uroduccs
better results with less ice than
4. The Alaska possesses
the only provision chamber free
. Between the outer and
inner walls there is an inch and
a half space filled with pure
charcoal, and experience ex
tending over three and a half
years has convinced us that
the Alaska is, without doubt,
the best refrigerator on the mar
ket, in construction, in power
to preserve perishable goods,
in economy of ice, and in fact
in all points necessary to make
them fiist class in every re
spect. We have them in several
sizes at from $$ to $29, and
also keep the Alaska ice chests.
Call and examine at
Hawaiian Hardware Co,
ArJliqgfiorj BilliMd parlo
Tuesday, August 31st,
At S:30 o'clock p. m.
1st Prlc Gol.l Meilul value J'-O.
1M Prizf Bllver MeiUI value (10.
Entries will he rtc-lved until 9 p. in.
Saturday, August us.
tW Entrance Fet, Si 00. (!)5 ot
BARBEil .-. SHOP
First-class WorK in ETery Rcspcst.
Now preiie'l to do n large amount
of work, Imviiif: Just tiuil milled (o the
force an expurieuocd harber fiom Sun
Shop ou Murclmut street, near Fort,
fitted up uuew.
Notice ! hereby given that the fol
lowing estruva Imve been Impounded
In the Government Pound ut Muklkl,
1 Buy Mure tinbraniled, white xpot
nu the forehead, rlj,'ht foreleg bluuk,
three while leu.
1 Mule (w) uubruuded, Hore under
Aud it such estruys be not cluiiutU
and all pound chHrip sutUflfl mi or
before SATURDAY, Sept. 11, 1&U7, ut
12 o'clock uoou, the same will be nold
ou that date ulid hour to the biuheDt
bidder. K. KEKUENb,
Honolulu, H. I., Aug. 30. lbUT.
The Latest Model is reduced from
$100 to $85.
SHEET METALS A short
term applicftblo to a largo variety
o useful goods. Wo have tbem
in stock. Sheet Tin in sizes 12x12
to 3284 inches and weight from
ix to xxx x.
PLAIN SHEET IRON in
gnngoH from Nos. 12 to 20 aud
nizes from 2x7 to 310.
GALVANIZED SHEET IltON
in) similar gauges up to -1 feet
wide and 10 feet long.
IRON Suitablo for Locomotive
and othor Boiler Jackets, Oylindor
Jackets, etc Size 30x84. Nos.
10, 12 and 10.
RUSSIA IRON Tho beet qua
lity of Sheet Iron known to the
trade, hrfs a fine mottled surfaco,
hard as steel and yet pliablo iu
tho highest degree. "Vo keep it
in gaugo from Nos. 10 to 1G and
in bizo 2Sin. wide CGiu. long.
SHEET ZINC From Nos. 8
to 11 in sizes from 3x7 to 4x10.
JOHN EMMELUTH & CO.,
227 and 229 Kan Stroet.
Dealers in Stoves, Kitchen Utensils, Plumbers
Supplies and Sheet Metal.
Jobbing promptly attended to.
Ih opon for buuliiem. J'nrlialU of evury iltacrlpllon upon llio bct
I'-ipern, rititlmiiii, Iridium, Mmo-tlnt, Carbon, ami all otlior impiTa
known In 1'liologrupliy, Jiwt work utmrantuert ut ino.leiatu prlicH,
Oaiiini'.is from U 00 pur Dohi. I'lotua- mado IMu Hlo dlruit.
Appointment inmlu by Tuleplionu o. Kolu proprklou nf the
ltuK-lUllef and Iridium pni:uuen, Unu colk'utlon of rrnntnt Iland
Kptflmi'iiHraiibuMiuiioii tliwKriiuiidlliM)r(MO'rrrlMrnJ IIuii.iiinii,
. . STILL LEADS
Cycle & Manufacturing Co.,
Agents for the Islands.
SHEET COPPER Braziers
Sheets, Cold Rolled, Planished
and Tinned in sizos from 14x48
to 3Gx38 and in weight from 12oz.
to 32oz.; also a small assortment
in tho larger sheets up to G4oz.
SHEET BRASS A small as
sortment in various sizos and
gauges iu both Low and Sign
I Besides tho abovo we carry in
! stock a quantity of Brass Rod,
Copper and Brnss Tubing, etc.,
making it possible for ustomanu
, facture anything that can bo pro
duced in Sheet Metal. This
branch of our business will have
careful attention in the future.
Information or estiniates prompt
ly furnished and orders filled to
specification on short notico. We
want your trade and will e'n
deavor to merit sumo by strict
attention to your requirements.
Corner Fort awl Hotel Streets,
We hove just rei-eivfil a lortje stook
of bcbool Sii)ill"M inoluiliiig Composl.
tlou aud Nott) Hnnkd, SurnU'li PuiIr,
tjUtes, IV nulls, ou. uuii 10c. Tntilots,
etc. AIhou lare luvoiee ot Visiting;
CanN, Fauoy i'apeterlts anil Crepo
Some of the new books that we have
just cot In are: "Equality," by Ed
ward Bellnmv;"HowTo Tell a Story,"
by Mark Twain; ''The Martian," by
Du Maurler; "A. Story Tellar's laok,"
by Frank K Btoekton, and Mauan's
"Life of NeUou." We tre the Exclu
Blve AgeutH of Milton Bradley & Co.'s
Kindergarten Bupplles and are con
stantly receiving new novelllea lu
Our News Department et HI retains
the Leading Magazines and lVrlodl.
cals ot tlie world.
What do you do when your volumes
of magazines are complote ? Do you
lay tboiu aaide,tbinklngto have them
bound sometime? or do you have
them made Into nice pretty books be
fore they get mlcphiced ? We bind
them stroug and substantial In a way
that will ornament auy book shelf:
and the prloe you'll be surprised
when you hear It.
In one ot oui window we aro dis
playing a special lot of "High Grado
ritaiiouery" that we are selling very
Remember that we have a well
equipped Trlatlns Ofa;a and are jjk-
Iiared to print auytblug from a Uarul
dll to a Barndoor Poster.
,.M1 "'V'o'-slKiied, C, J. Wnluli and
W. W. Wrlglit, both of Honolulu, In
the Hepuhllu of JJuwull, hsioby give
notico that tlity huvu entortj )nUi
purtucrklilp to uurry on a genoral car
riugu and liarnvss IiinIiikks lu J(ono
J"'" wfort'nttld iiudur tlio llmi nunie t
'Tlio Oulni Curriunu Hioltory,"
..,.,. "'J WALHIl
""H W. W. WHIUHT,
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