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THE EVENING BULLETIN: HONOLULU,
This tract having boon plat
tod is now roady for sale,
and wo offor tbo publican
opportunity of procuring
delightful rosjdonco sitos at
Situated in tho district of
Honolulu, about three miles
from tho contcr of tho city,
with fiuo macadamized ronds
lpaUug to it, and ou tlio lino
of tiie now Electric Strict
Railway ; at an oWntion
overlooking Ivipiolani Park,
tho oco ui, tho cily,nud Pearl
Lochs, it is, without excep
tion, tho ho ilthiest and most
picturesque of our city bu
liurlis. Samo is laid out with
etreitH ouch CO foet wido,
ouch lot cout'iining 1G.00U
Mimiro fot, 100 x lf0 and
75 x 200, which we offor at
SlIK) each, on payments of
S100 cni-h nud Imlnnco iu
monthly inBt til mouts of S25.
TIiosh ilt'siriug to vifeit tho
pfopeity will bo peri-oimlly
htt-nded and couveyedto
and fiomeamo by making
engagements at our ollico,
whoro further infonnntiou
will be fun islnd, and whoto
a mnp of tho tract can bo
210 KING- ST.
1. A flno Itosldonco Lot sltuato-l on
King stroot, Honolulu, noxt to Mr. Alex
ander Young's residence, bolng llio
promises of Mrt. Kitto L. Vlilu, It has
a frontaue on King stroet of 205 foot;
dopth .100 foot; Young street 205 foot.
It has tlireo cottairos with I largo ronnis
and 0 dressing rooms. Mulu honso has
0 largo rcHimi, .1 closets and kitchen.
Tho plice Is Mippllod with wntor from
an urtoslun woll on tho promisos.
2. Four lots, 50x100, on King stroet,
3. Ono Lot, Kiillhl, opposite Ouorgo
Marklum's lnco, ?, of hu ucro.
4. Ono and ono-tonth acres nt Mol
111111. .'). Houso Lot, Queon street.
0. Houso Lot and Hoiinch at Apilit, tho
estate of Mrs. John 1). Holt, Jr.
Of pi on: Corner of Nuuiiuu and
For further particulars apply to
J. L. KAULUKOU.
S, S, Co,
Direct to Puget Sound Ports,
S,S,"CITY OF COLUMBIA,"
Leaving Honolulu at 10 a. in.
Friday, Ootober 28, 1898,
(.Subject to change without nntleo).
BSPFnr rates and other Information
THEO. H. DAVIES ft CO., Ltd.,
Election of Officer
NOTICH IS IIKREHY GIVEN"
that ut tho annual meeting of the
tttoekholdurs of the HON'OMU SUG
AR CO., held this duv, tlio under-
mentioned were elect
d to Horvo as
ollleers of tho Company
for the eusu-
T. May, INq., President.
E. V. Illshop, Esq., Vice-President.
Geo. H. Robertson, Treasurer.
Geo. It. Carter, Secretary.
T. M. Starkoy, Auditor.
The nbovo named, with "Win. G.
Brash, Es ., and II. Wnterliouse, Estj.,
CoiiHtltute the Hoard of Dhcctors.
GEO. R. CARTER, Secretary.
Honolulu, Oct. 10, 1&93 1045 2w
The Hit of the Season !
Oomor Alakea and Borotanla Strcots,
at 8 p. m.
Ei ArmonJ, Wm ArmonJ, C4. Cunnlnshim
FREE. Sprits 10 cts.
Change ul till NIcMly.
It 1b easy to purgo, but that is not what
is wanted. A mild but auro and undls
turblng cathattlo will act Nature to go
ing, and rellovo tho head, ths stomach,
tho liver and all tho organs ol tho body
from tho many and dangerous evils of n
clogged corporeal drainage.
Hood's Pills CURE Liver Ills, sick head
ache, biliousness, constipation, without
purging, without pain, without violence.
flood's Pills aro tho only pills to tako
with Hood's Saraapnrllla. Sold by all
druggists. 25c. Sent by mall on receipt
of prlco, by C. I. Hood & Co., Lowell, Mass.
Bids Called For.
Tor printing and binding the olovonth
volume of Hawaiian Itoports, sealed
tendon aro libreby Invited, to lo Hied
wllh (ho Clark of tlio Judiciary Depilt
tiiuntuptn 12 o'clock noon of Friday
noxt, tlio 28lli Octob.ir. Illds to ho at so
uiiicli per printed pane of tho voliuno of
ntioiit 800 paj;os, number of coplos to lio
rl)n. Tlio Klylo of printing and stitching,
tho weight of cover and gilt lettering to
Ik) similar to tho l''th voliuno of Ha
A samplo p.igo set up from tho 10th
voliuno, showing face of tyo of both
tho text and syllabus, should accompany
each bid, together with sample of paper
Mating Its weight.
IHtls should l-o in.irked " lllds for
printing find binding Voliuno II, Ha
wailuu Deports." The disbursing ollleor
is not bound to accept the lowest or any
HHNIIY SMITH, Clerk,
Honolulu, Octobor 2 1, 1H0S. 10 10- It
Holders of water privileges, ortliosp
paying water rates, are hereby notl
lle'd th.it thu hours for Irrigation pur
poses aro from 0 to 8 o'clock a. in. and
from 4 to 0 o'clock p. in.
II. Holders of water privileges on
tho slopes of Punchbowl aliovo Green
street, and In Nuuauu Valley above
School street are hereby notified that
they will not bo restricted lo the Irri
gation hours of 0 to 8 a. in. mid 4 to
S p. in., nut will bo allowed to irrigate
wnonoversulllolciit water isavallable,
provided thut tney do not uho the
watei for irrigation purposes for more
than four hours In evorv twenty-four.
Supt. Honolulu Water Works.
Approved- J. A. KINO,
Minister of Interior
Honolulu, II. I., Sept. 7, 18)8
House Lot on Kail street, at K'allhl.
lou x loo.
House ani Lot at Kallhl ; 400X100,
t House anJ Lot on Youis street; 75x155.
rLotatKimolllllll, about K acre.
TLot on Prospect street, 15x115.
t Three Lots opposite McKee Man J,
next to MacdonalJ's.
tpour Lots Kapahulu Tract, Slie 50 x
M. K. KEOHOKALOLE arid
15 Kaaiiumaxu St.
Dandruir will not euro lUolf. To
Ix) froo of Ityou must tront your
hair and bcalp with Homo romody .
Our Dandruff Killer
proparod and sold only by us Is
Warranted to Ourell
Paoheco & Fernandes,
Arlington lllock, Hotel Streot.
Resilience, The Villa, 731 Fori St.
Ofllco Hours: 0 a. in. to 12 in., and 2
to 5 p. in,, LOVE IIUILDINQ. Corns
and Bunions nuroil by a now process.
Ingrowing nails a sjiochdty. No pain.
Kngngomonts mado aftor ollico hours.
BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY , ,WAII
Conservative Digest That Will In
terest Prospective Settlers.
Compiled by Committee Appointed by Honolulu Chamber
of Commerce -Land Agents Brown's Letter
EmbodiedOpenings for New Business,
The following statement was compiled by a committee appointed by the
Honolulu Chamber of Commerce regarding the business situation in Ha
waii. While is not necessarily an official statement it reviews the situa
N RliPLY TO MANY INQUIRIES FROM ABROAD that arc con
stantly coming to hand, the following reliable statements are made:
FlUST The very limited area of the country affords less of
opportunity than may be had in a larger one. The field is already
well occupied. In regard to the conditions of Government lands, the
following extracts are taken from a recently issued letter from the Pub
lic Lands Department :
"Hawaii is not a new country with great unbroken areas of pub
lic lands awaiting the settler. The policy of selling land outright
for cash at low figures and of making long leases was carried on for over
forty years and up to 1895, consequently a large portion of the cream of
the lands have passed into private hands or are held under long leases.
The Land Act of 1895 was passed to conserve and devote the remaining
public lands to the use of bona fide settlers; this Act is still in force. Since
1895 the public lands have been as far as practicable divided and opened
up and so great has been the applications, that at the present time there
is little or no land ready for occupancy for any considerable number of
new comers. As far as sugar cane lands and sugar is concerned there is
practically no opening except for large capitalists and but few of them, as
the field is occupied by those who, for forty years have been developing
and extending this industry. There still remains a considerable area of
public lands to be disposed of as survey are completed and old leases
expire; these lands are suitable lor coffee cultivation and small farming.
"With every desire to encourage and assist everyone seeking to find or
better his fortune in Hawaii, I would still say:
"Don't come as a sort of forlorn hope, without experience, without
money, trusting to good luck. Good luck is shy here as accross the
"Don't come to plant coffee without necessary capital.
"Don't expect to find a country where hard work, care and economy
are not necessary.
"Don't come without getting all reliable information that you can In
"Don't come within the next six montiis, for surveys must he made
of lands to be opened.
"Don't come to speculate in land, for the present Land Act was intend
ed to prevent that, and accomplishes it purpose fairly well.
"But if you wish to come after fully considering the matter, andean
bring experience and energy, with enough capital' to insure you against
any danger of want and enable you to study the situation on the ground
before making a final decision, it is safe to say that you will be welcome,
and what has been a kindly country to others, may prove so to you."
SECOND Large manufacturing interests cannot be well undertaken
here for the very good reason that coal, iron, and otiier materials have to
be imported from abroad and consequently there would be little opportunity
for positions in this direction.
THIRD C mcerning the trades, It lias happened, tho' not frequently,
that there was a greater demand for mechanics than tiie immediate sup
ply, but our proximity to California made it comparatively eisy to sat
isfy all requirements in a short time.
FOURTH leneral lines of business are well entered upon at'the
present time; nearly all branches have representatives and arewelljes
tablished. FIFTH Book-Keeping and other clerical positions open occasionally,
but the experience of the Employment Committee of the Young Men's
Christian Association, is that there are many more applicants) thaniopen
ings in the field. Theseiah for something toi do is discouraging and
some have found it necessary to leave the country.
SIXTH In educational lines the Board of Education have adopted the
following policy in the appointment of teachers:
(a) Preference is given to Islanders or their children, when of suffi
cient age and qualification.
(b) Opportunity is given to applicants already here who are able to
meet the requirements.
(c) If necessary to send abroad, preference is given to teachers in the
United States who are selected by special agents of the Board of Educa
tion. SEVENTH Living is expensive here, being about one third (more than
in the United States. The reason for this is because food and other sup
plies necessary for comfortable living are imported from abroad. It is
a mistake to suppose that food supplies are abundantly produced here
and that consequently the cost of living is low; it is exactly the opposite.
If after reading ahd considering the above you still desire to come to the
Islands and examine the field for yourself, it would be well to come amply
provided for all needs while here, as well as for return expenses, if neces
sary and then you will find it to be true here as elsewhere, in other old
established countries, that occasionally a desirable opening'comes to the
right man, '
4 -- m a
JYT XtfliaiH TO OU1T
1. Aero Lot, cornor Wilder Avonuo
and Maltlki utreet.
2. OiiO'half Aero Lot, King fetroot, near
.1. Tl ne Lot with Largo Cottage, cor
llerolanla and I'nnchbowl strcots.
4. Ono-rpiartor Aero Ijot, Itulldlngs
and a l'.iylng Itiistiicss, Miller street,
opposite McKlbblu'it proinlNOrf.
C. House and Iot, riwiwant street,
0. Twouty-acro Farm, Ilouokaa, Ha
waii; tlireo acres 7-year-old eolkej lot
of working cattle, 111IH1 cow, horses, ete.
7. Fifty Acres I'olleo L-ind, Kallua,
ICona, Hawaii; nlint one-half planted
with 0110 year collet).
H. Four Untitling Lots at MakIM, two
fronting Anapiiul ami two Maklki k(h,
0. Eight 1-acro I its at Kallhl, near
V. II. Cuiuinlugs, Ilwi
J. M, VIVAS,
Opixislto I'.O.Oonoral Dell vory Window,
V. O. llox -112.
Opposlto High .School, Hinma streot.
Telephone 908, or Inquire ol O. II Uerrey, this
office. I O. U0X79. loii-im
TTsT -u OST T IE ID,
BIDS, for Opening and Clennino.
Streota in KAIMUKI TRACT.
Apply to GEAR, LANSING &
CO., 210 King street. 1019-tf
Bit. WOOD HAS KKMOVKD HIS
Itesldeiico to Thurston Avenue. Tho
Ofllces on Ikirctanla street aro rotaluod.
Ollico hours after Octobor IMIi will be:
0 to 11 a. in.; a to I p. 111.; 7::w to 8:30
p. 111. Sundays: 1) to 1 1 11. in. only.
Olllcn Telephone- No. MS.
Resilience Tclophono No. 8:11. 1038-1 m
Notlco Is hereby given that I will no
longer bo rosponslblo for tlohts o intrud
ed in my naiiio by my wife, Mrs. A.
Announces tho opening of her
INTERPRETATION . . .
Anil the Higher Hranches of Vocal Art
Appointments made by mall, box
309, or by telephone, 110. 10'0
SUSANNE R. PATCH,
Teacher of Voices Piano
Itocontmondod by Francis Stuart of
San Francisco, cortllloatod pupil of tho
Itesldeiico and Studio, at Mrs. Dudoll's,
corner of Fort and Chaplain streets.
Tolophono I5H. 10'Jil-lin
PROF. FRANK W. JACOBS.
Cultivation of the Voice
Itesldeiico and Studio,
Emma Street, opp. Hieli School Building.
W. A. Barnes
ocr finite and ftjaqdolin
Studio V. M. O. A. Untitling, Room 1
Residence Alnkoa House,
Iu the Circuit Court
Of tho Hnwaiinu Islands.
In tho Mattor of tho Kstate of Anka.
CAiiii.i.,Iato of Honolulu, Oahu, Dc-
Tho I'olltlon and Accounts of tho ex
ecutor of tho will of said deceased,
wherein ho asks that his accounts ls
examined anil approved, and that a final
ordor bo nmtlo of distribution of tho
proorty remaining in his hands to tho
poi-Nons thort'lo entitled, and discharging
him from nil furthor roHDotislhlllty as
IT IS OUDKHICI), that MoniUy, tho
,21st d iy of November, A. 1). ISM, at ten
'cluck a. 111., boforo Ihe Judge of fcaid.
Court, at tlio court room of wilt! Court,
at Honolulu, Island of Oahu, bo and tho
samo hereby is iipxlntetl as tho t'.rnn
and place for hearing said Petition anil
Accounts, niul tint all persons micro ium
may then and there npiwnr and show
C4tise. If any tliey nivo, wny tno simo
should not lo granted, nnd may prjsont
ovitleuce as to uhu aro entitled t tho
Honolulu, uct. luui, isti3. ,
Ily tho Court:
10 i8-Tliur.lt Clerk.
Id tlio Circuit Court, First Circuit, or
the Hawaiian Islands.
IX THH MATTHH OF TIIK KSTATE
of S. L. Kokuniaiio, Jr., Minor. On
reading and filing the petition of 8. U
Kckuuialio, Guardian, praying for an
orderof siloof certain real ct.itOibo
louglug to said wint s Unto at Kiinrv
Id la, Honolulu, O.iliu, at I'nkoo, M'lto
kal, and in tho III Alua of l'on aula, In
thu Ahupiuia of Miipulclui, Mitokit
and sitting forth crttilli legal reasons
why such real estate should Ixi until.
II Is hereby onltrod. that tho int of
klu of the citld ward mid all pjrttms
Interested III the wild estate, appeir biv
foro this Court on kiuoy, tne tin
day of November, A. I)., 1HDS at 10
o'clock 11. in., at tho Court ltoolii of this
Court, in Honolulu. O1I111, then ami
there to show causo why an ordor
should not he granted for tho snlo of
Hindi CHtato ,
lly tho Court:
1'. I). KBLIjKTT, JH.
Honolulu, October r,, 1893.
In the mattor of tho Estate of 3. K.
Norton, a Itankrupt.
ASSIUNUIVS NOTICH OF SITlTLli
Tho undersigned, (loorgo It. Carter,
adinlnlstratorof tho estate of I'. A .lonos,
decciiK'd, who at the tlmo of his deccaso
was tho asxluiieo of the cUilo of u. K.
Norton, a bankrupt, gives notice taall
creditors of saitl estate who have proved
their claims, that ho has lllotl tho tlnnl
iccoiltit of said K. A.. lonos, deceahctL
aslgnco as nforesdd, In tho Circuit
Court of tho First Circuit, and III apply
rora tllsciiargo from runner iiaiuiiiy or
suit! !i A. Jones, deceased, iiKslgneo,
and his estate, uu Friday, tho UStli day
of Octobor, IS0S, at IM.10 o'clock a. ill. of
said day, or so soon thereafter as saltl
mattor can bo hoard
OKO. U. CAIITKH,
1015-Ot Administrator aforesaid.
The Club Stables
Telo phono -1-77
LiYery, Boarding & Sale Stables
Prompt Service. Stylish Turnouts.
Wo aro osnoclally equipped to citor to
your tratlo. Fair dealing and good ser
vice Is wlial wo iloiHiutl iimiii to got It.
Wo have for salo family Carriaj;o and
Drivlui: Horsoi, sIiikIo or double teams.
They aro in good condition and will bo
solil 011 ravoratilo tonus.
Dr. Itowat Is always in attoudniieo at
Gmb Stables Hack Stand
Cor. Union A Hotel Sis.
(Old Itoll Tower).
OAKHFULL AND WKLL INFOKMKD
fihst class t'Aimi.unas.
HACKS AT ALL HOUHS.
Ordors forSurroys, Wagonettos, Singla
or Double Teams at a iiioiuont's notlco.
Hack Nos. 125, 1HS, 100, 70, 77.
O. I1KLL1NA, Mgr.
The . . .
Cor. Alatoa & Halokauwila SU.
Has a largo assortment of
Chandeliers and Elec
Constantly on hand,
Estimutos given for house wir
ing and Electrical plants.
Marino Wiring a Bpooialty,
Strangers consult The bulletin's
advertising colu mis.