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THE EVENING UOLLISTIN: HONOLULU, H. 1., NOVEMBER 8, 1898.
MONDAY, November 28, 1803, he
Inir a National Hollilny, all Uovern
meiit Ollleei throughout the Republic
will be closed on that tiny.
J. A. KINO,
Minister of the Interior.
Interior Olllce, Nov. 5, 1898. l()('.0-:it
By Authority of the Com
missioners of Public
Mr. 12. H. lloyd has hem iippnlntoil
Seeictary for the Commission, iiml Sub
Anent of I'uhlle Ijinds for the Island of
Oilin, vice Mr. ('. I'. I.iukca, I'ohIhikmI.
Sie-h aiii1iitlilunt holm; tinted Nov. ,
.!. r. huown,
lOoii.'lt Aitciil of l'llhllo Uiliils.
Will bo received lit the ofllce of the
Minister of the Interior till i o'clock
noon of Wednesday, Nov. nth, for tlio
oon-triictlnu of loads In South Knnn nntl
.SK'clllflltlollt lit tillleo of Stipoi illtfll-
dent of I'nhlle Work-, al-o nt the post
otllce III Wnioliltni iiml llnokcuu.
Tlio Minister does not bind himself to
Hi cepl tho lowest or any lild.
.1. A KINO.
Minister of the Inteilor.
Dot. lSlh, 1MIS. 10ii()-:it
Irr ga'ion. Notice.
Htdders of water privileges, or those
paving water rates, im-hereby unti
tled th it the hours for Irrigation pur
poses are from l) to S o'clock a. m. and
from 4 tod o'clock p. in.
II. Holders of water privileges on
the slopes of l'tinehbnwl above Uiecn
street, and in Ntmanil Vallev above
School Htreet are hereby notilletl that
thev will not be lestrletetl In the irri
gation hours of 0 to 8 a. m. aniM to
t) i. in., nut will he allowed to Irrigate
vheiiovernulllcient water is available,
provided that they tin not use the
watei for Irrigation purposes for mine
than four hours in everv twenty-four.
Supt. Honolulu Wuter Works.
Approved- J. A. KINO,
Honolulu, H. L, sept. 7, ISM
V-aleil Tontlers will bo receded by tho
Minlstorof Finance until P.! o'clock noon
on Tliurstlny, Decombcr 1, 1093, for the
imrch.iso of Hawaiian tioverninont !i
per ent Hniuls to tho amount of l'ivo
Hundred Tliousanil Dollars ($.-,00.1100.00)
r" of the denomination of Ono Thousand
Dollars ($1 ,ll(K).(MI) each, itntlor tbo prn
sous of Act 71, apprtnetl the !rd day
of June, IsiM.ontltled, "An Act to l'io
ldo for Public I-oaiiH."
Tender to ho iinthir tho following
I-, 1110,000 l(i whole or In parti to he
Hilled for hi tween January 1 and Octo
ber 1, l8tm, on thirty days notice fiom
-' $7fl.('00 la lots not to exceed $0)0,
to any one party; piynieuts to bo made
on January 15, lhUU.
I .sj.",ll00 for single Uonds, each iqw
pllcant to Imi ontltletl to only one IJoml:
IKiyiuonts to In) inado on January 1.1,
Unsold lots utiilerSectlons Hand :i will
after Decoinber 1, 1899, K' at the iIInjkis
ii I of iinpllcanH at tho Tieiistlry.
Tlio above intuit nned Uonds aie not
icdeeinablo before July 1, 1101 or later
than January 1, tUHI Interest and pi In
el pill lu I'ultoil States (Sold Coin, and
fiee of all taxes.
The minimum of tendeis in he at par.
Tho above Houds ate fiullicr anllioil
I ed under Act ill of tho Sesshm .msof
' lV.f, approved July 7, lh'.lh. entitled,
An Act making wpeclal Apjiropi latlons
for tho uso of tho Government din Ingtho
two years which will end with the :ilst
day of December, lhO'.l."
The Minister of Kliiance reserves the
rlglit to reject any and all Tenders.
Still. S. M.UVMON,
Minister, of Finance.
Finance Department, No. 7, lhOs:.
Hv lititre of a Writ of execution Is
sued out of the CIKCIMT COl'KT of tho
riKVP Jl'DIClAl. CIHCCIT, Republic
of Hawaii, on the ltth day of Odobor.A.
D. Ws, against WILLIAM KAAI'A do
fondtlllt, and in favor of KAl'LUKOA
and Piri'KU NCNT-S, plalntlll'a, for tho
sum of rOHTY-KOril2MU0 DOLLARS
JH.'-O, I ImVu levied upon nml shall
epoo for mIo at the STATION HOl'SK,
Kalakaiin Hale, In tho District of Hono
I11I11, Island of Oalui. Hawaiian Islands,
at 12 o'clock noon of W12DN12SDAY, the
9th day of November, A. I). lbOS. to the
highest bidder, all the light, title and
interest of tlio said defendant, William
Kaap 1 , lu and to tlio following described
property, unless such Judgment, Inter-
est, posts, nntl my expones bo previous
ly paid, vlr:
1. A 'i Intorost In that certain pleco
of land situated nt Kallllllaiul Maballua,
Walmnnnlo, District of Koolatipoko, Isl
and of O.iliu, and morn fully described
In lloynl Patent No. SS2, I 0. A. a.1Sk, to
Kalilhoiml, William Kaapa, tlofendant,
being entitled to an Intorost In said land
by virtue of his being an heir to l'ole
klni w, deceased, and also by deetl
dated Janiinry 2l, A. 1). 189S, executed
by Kaalawahia k and recorded In Lib
er 170. Pane 109.
-. A 'i Interest in and to that cer
tain piece of laud situated nt Pilhn and
Ahlkl, Waliniiualo, IHstrht of Koolaii
IKiko, Island of O.iliu, and more fully
described lu Itoyal Patent No. till, l.. C.
A. I")02, to Plia, Win. Knap.i, defendant,
being entltli'il to said Intorest lu saltl
I. mil by virtue of his boing an heir of
I'cleklnl w, deceased, and by deed
dated Janu.iiy 21, A. D. lSOS, executed
by Kaaiawnhln k, and lo'ofded lu
I.lber 170, Pago IMI.
.'!. All of that piece of laud situated at
Knee, Wnlm.in.ilo, District of Kool.itt
ioko, Island of O.ilm, and mole fully
dcscrllieil In Itoyal Patent No. oil, I.. C.
A.2:lli, to llolao. Win. Kiupa, defen-
I nit, being eiititlod thereto by vlitueof
a deed d itcd January 21, A. I)., lsos,
evented by Ktt.ilauahhi, and reconled
lu l.lbcr 170, Pago 109.
I. A "s Interest in that ccitalu piece
of laud situated at Kiipiilki, Walin inalo,
Disttict of Koolaupoko, Island of O.iliu,
and more fully deseiibcd in Itoyal Pa
tent No. .Vi2, L.C. A.2.IM, to Kallll, said
Win. Kaapa, dcfendiiut, being entitled
theictohy lrtlleof a ileeddited Jaiiu
arv2l,A. D lMis, fiom Kaalawnlila,
(k), and reconled ill I.lber 170, Page
The right, title, and Interest, of the
I said Win. Kaapi, defendant, in ami u,
the ahoo described pienilscs will bo
sold snbje, t to a Mortgage to S. K Kane,
ami subject to lease to Waimaualo S. Co.
dated IVbru.iry I. A. D.. ls9S, and 10-
I corded in Lilier 171. Pago o.'iOand :!."7.
ClIAHLUS 1'. CIIII.I.lNtfWOKTH.
I ltopubllc of Hawaii.
I Honolulu, Oahn, Met. 12, Ih'iS.
Will 1k recolved at tlio olllce of tho
Minister of the Interior
Until Thuistlay, Nov. lOtli, 18!)8,
at 12 o'clock noon, for furnishing to the
Htnid Supen Isor of Honolulu tho follow
ing supplies, in (piautitles as required
fiom time to time for the llureau of
Iloatls and bridges, Honolulu, during
tho torin of six mouths, from Novem
ber lltli, 1MB:
Sciikdi'm-: or AuTit'iiics.
Hetl Ilricks, ior M.
Portland fomi-nt, per hhl of 100 lbs.
California l.lino, isir bbl.
Hl.icksiulth's best CuinlMirIanil,2240 lbs
Depirturo Riy,22lO lbs.
Ilarncus, Leather nml Findintj.
No. t Harness Leather, per lb.
Lace Leather, por foot.
Cart .Saddles, each.
Collar Pads, por iloz pairs, liestipiality
Kaiiies, per do pulls.
Horse Collars, U.T. or CO, each,
llorso lllanUots, No. 1, per tin, pairs.
Noats Tool till. mo- gallon.
Fra.or's Axlo Urease, Hir do., i)case
Iron and Stel.
liar Steel, jwr lb.
ltar lion, per lb.
Norway Iron, per lb.
Lumber and Shinyhi.
Northwest Lumber, rough, ior M feet.
Northwest Thiilier, per M feet.
Northwest Pattens, per M foot.
Itedwooil Posts, each (7 feet).
Cut Nails, por kog, Iron Ml, lOd, 12d,
20.1, :iod, 40 1, ood.
Wlro Nails, i)er keg. lid, 8d, lOil.
(alMiniod Nails, por keg, 8d, lod,
12(1, 20tl, 30d, 40d, OOd.
Spikes, gahnnUoil, por keg, 4 In, f in,
il In, 7 lu.
V'nj'nf and Paint Oil.
Pioneer White Lead, per 2.1-lh kog.
Linseed Oil, boiled, per 6 gal drum.
Linseed 1)11, raw, tier 0 gal drum.
Luhriratiiuj and Machine Oil.
(per gallon, bbl lots).
Cylinder (111. "(inn W."
iJirdOil, No. 1.
I'airder mill Fuite.
Illack Masting, per 2'.-lb drum, 25
Olnnt, No. 1, fio-lb ene, r-cao lots.
Giant, No. 2, 60-lb cho, 5-ease lots.
Olnnt Powder Caps, jhT doz Uixes.
l'use, double tae,por 1CO0 feet.
Tool and Hardware.
Shoois, Ames' scoop, No. 3, per do.
Shovols, Ames' L II, per tin.
.Shoels, Ames' I), jierdoz.
Handles for same, scoop per do., L II
icr doz, 1) per 1I07.
l'lcks, Hunt's, per do,
l'lck, Iron City, per do.
Handles for siine, Hunt's per do,
Iron City per do.
Mattocks, Iron City, per do..
Handles for same, per do.
Ax Handles, kt do.
Planters' Hoes, kt do.
Handles for same, per do.
Hammers, sledge, per pound.
Hammers, stone, lor punnl.
Handles for same, sledge per do,
stone per do.
Stone Picks, per do.
Plies, Mat basted per do.
Dandy Brushes, best, per do.
Ciowbars, por lb.
Ilrooms, push, H in. glued back, etc.
Copper ItlM'ts, ior lb.
Wlioolbanows, Iron tray, each.
Wheelbarrows, wooden tray, lion
Can Inge Holts, per cent, oil' (pilielUt
Machine Holts, par colli, oil", (price list
Lintciiis, Dlet.'s tubular No. 0, per
ttlobes for same, led, per do.
Dynamo waste, per lb.
Coal tar, per bbl.
Manila rope, per lb.
Sheet rubber packing, per lb.
Kerosene oil, 10 case lots, brand
llaij and drain.
Harley Corn, per lb.
California wheat linv l'g bales, per
No. 1 rolled barley, peril).
No. 1 Surprise oats, per II).
Wheat bran, por lb.
Oat Hay, per lb.
Samples of grain tc accninpaiiv each
Illds must be in accordance with the
above schedule, and must bo endorsed
"renders for Supplies, Honolulu
Iloads," and all supplies must he de
livered at the point required within
one tulle of the post olllce, free of
charge and are subject to the Konil
lloudsvwill be reipiired lu such rea
sonable sum as my he named by tho
Minister, for the furnishing In accord
ance with the tender, of such Items In
the schedule as may be approved by
the Minister, and notilled to the bid
der, but the Minister of the Interior
does not hind himself to accept the
lowest or liny bid.
J. A. KING,
Minister of tlio Interior.
Honolulu, Nov. 4, 1S9S. lOfifNIt
Hy iuHtructiou of C. Ii. Dickoy,
E-ij Administrator of tho Estate
of C. A. Schneider. ileeeaBett, I
will soil at l'ulilic Auction, ut iht
Sclitieidpr place at Kuiiibn, II1111111
kualon, Island of Maui, on
Saturday, Nov. 12, 1898,
At 12 o'clock uoon,
FIVE ACRES OF LAND, with
Dwelling House, Taunory Build
in g and Outhouses, and nil of the
personal prop-rty of tho estate,
eousititing of two Horses, Brake,
IInriiPHH, Furniture., Tools,Lentlmr
iiud Lnatber Work, Tauniug Ma-
Tho place in an ideal one for a
couulry homo, situated about 1000
feet above sen level, and stiitiilili
for coffee culture Alum "ne-half
tho laud is in gulch; a lirge num
ber of treos are growia m the
place, liko eucalyptus, tnaugo,
yuava. Java plum. etc.
GEO. HONS, Aucti.ine.r.
For fuither particulars aiiiilv to C. II.
DicKov at l'aln, Maui, or to (,eo. lions
in Walluku, Maul.
lo.i-Otr.si 24 38 iiNt,8
Tlio Ilvat IMilalvr.
A pieco of llaunol dauiponed
with Chamborlaiu'ri Pain Balm
and bound on to tho affected parts
is superior to any plaster. When
troubled with a pain in tho chest
or aitlo, or a lame back, pivo it a
trial. You are cortaiu to be inoro
than pleaded with the prompt re
lief which it affords. Pain Balm
is also a cprtain cure for rheuma
tism For salo by all dealers.
J Heuson, Smith fc Co., Gpu Agts.
Amorioau Mt'ssenpier service.
I Masonic Teiuplo.Telephouo 444.
NEWSY NOTES FROM KAUAI
Mr. Wilcox Soon to Retire From
Mocsarrat's Work New Hospital Going
Up Railroad Scheme Being
Kilnuen, Kauai, Nov. 4th
AlVnirs on the Uardou Island pro
ceed as uf old. Activity is notice
able on every side and there is a
tendency on tbo part of all resi
dents for the improvement of
everything in which thoy happen
to be interested.
Just now Kiuint is in tho midst
of n Japanese holiday tho birth
(lay of the great Mikado. Most
f the Japanese aio taking three
i'mj'8 off one for preparation, an
other for celebration and still an
other to get over the offeet-j of the
preceding day. The Japanese
camps on all of the p.antntiniiH
are almost hidden under a profti
siou of Hags aud decmatue de
signs of many shapes aud de
scriptions. Tho police are on (he
sharp lookout for any trouble that
might take placo .is a renult of tho
Amtiuu' tho Honolulu pe ip'e
now on Kauai is Dr. W. T. Mon
sarrat, who is hero on special
btisiuois assigned him 1)3 tin
Boartl of Health. Tiibeictilosis
among cattle and, particularly,
much cows, has been tliscovoiod
aud tho Boaid of Health is anxi
ous to pievent the sprend of tho
lisease. -V.t many davs since,
six atiimals were shitightered
lu Jjiliue as tho result of
tho (tihciiverv aul now, cattle in
other parts are found to be alllict
ed. Dr. Mnusarrat at this writ ni
ts tanking a tour of the island aud
is appointing inspectors at the
various places to keep tho boartl
informed as to tho (license Ur
Watt of Lihue is ouo of the men.
Dr. Mousarrat returned to Hono
lulu on tho W. G. Hall.
In two mouths' time Albert S.
Wilcox will roliioas manager of
lltiuamaulu plantation, au institu
tion that has, siuco Mr. Wilcox
started the place, been most suc
cessful. Tho lease which he lms
held will be up at the expiration
of the time mentioned. Haunmii
11 In will thou pass iuto tho hands
of the Lihue plantation manage
ment. Mr. Wilcox is now building a
I'O'ititiftil, modern residence on the
Koloa road, about a mile and a
half away from the Xiiuiliwih
lauding. It is situated on a com
manding site with the ocean
stretching away in front and tho
iuoiiutaius forming a picturosquc
background. hen he has com
ploted his work in Ilauauiaulu,
he aud his wife will go tlioro to
live. Mr. Wilcox will probablj
retiro from active business.
One of tho very now things iu
Lihuo is the cottage hospital that
is being built by Messis. Georgo
N. and Albert o. Wilcox anil
others, back of the homo now occu
pied by Dr. Watt, the plantation
physician. Au attempt was made
to get a ti appropriation from the
Government but this could not be
afforded so private citizens de
citlcd to put up ouo themselves. It
is a most comfortablo structure.
Tho Moloaa plains echeme is
still boiug agitated aud, from all
appearances, it would look as if
thin placo, as well as tho Auahola
laiuU next adjoiuiug, would soon
be developed iuto a new planta
tion by the two nativo bin own
ing them. The ouly trouble is tho
lick of water. Au attempt will
soon bo in ado to sink au artesian
well. The two lauds niontionod
are well adapted for a plantation
as their nature will pormit of easy
As time goes by, people in Ka
pan are becoming more aud inoro
afraid of tho old smokestack that
stands m tho midst of the place.
This, it will bo remembered, is
whete tho old mill stootl aud is
tlio ouly remnant ofthatstiuc
tuie. Sometimo ago, it was
struck by lightning and a strong
ualo may at any tituo, blow it
over, crushing people to dea'h.
Certainly, residents in close pioxi
mity would bo glad of its disap
pearance from the sceuo.
The nroseut unfavorable weath
er nt Kapaa, making it impossible
for the James Makoe to enti-r, has
brought up tho subj-ct of a line
CintlmitMl on lii;e ,
fans J Ww
100 TONS HAVE JUST
Read the List. i
2-1, 3-4,4-4 lledstends,
2-1, 3-1, 4-1 Wlro nlld Moss Mattresses,
Pillows, Dining Kxtensioti Tables,
LOWEST CASH PH10K8 BUY Til KM.
O. Itox 4SI1 Telephone 4;s.
Pacific Mail Steamship Go,
Occidental and Oriental Steamship Go,
Steamt'M 'I the ah vt i inif an w ill aM at If n ' tlu an J Ia e lit i p rt - n r t Mi
Jaus .1 w m nti mJ
For Japan and China: For San Francisco:
riTYOK mo.!Ni:iUO Nmnnlwr 17
RATES OF PASSAGE
SIMiLI TRIP I
I ir San frin i-. it in
Lurupt-an Sic. r. ice
Fnr V 'knit imi-C 1 1 m
Liif-ite in Svt rJi;.
Tor Ifongk nc CiNn
H. Hackfeld &
AT V liAI&GAIN
At Tkumh to Siit
1. Aeio Lot, cornor Wilder Avenue
ami Maklkl street.
!!. One-half Aero Lot, KIiik Mreet.near
;l. l'lne It with Ijiruo Cottage, eor.
lleretiiula ami l'uuehlaiwl streets.
4. Oue-iiuarter Aere Lot, l'.ulldlims
and a l'aylnu Ituslnexs, Miller street,
opiHtslte MeKllihln's )reiulsis,
o. House nml aA, rieiis.iut street,
(I Twenty-acre Turin, Houokiia, Ila
wnll; three acres 7-jetir-old coilee; lot
of working cuttle, inllch cou , horses, etc.
7. Fifty Acres Colt'eo Laud, Kallua,
Komi, Hawaii: alKiut one-half planted
with one year Coti'eo.
H Knur HiilliIliiK Lots at Maklkl, two
fioiitlni; Anapunl anil two Maklkl sts.
1) LiKht l-aci'e Lots nt Kali hi , ncur
V. H. Ctiuunlii;s, list.
J, M VIVAS
OpjMisllo l'.O.tJenonil I)elleryVinilow .
I'. (). Hot IIJ.
IF' or ale.
1. A tine Itesldeueo Lot situate I on
Kill): htreet, Honolulu, next to Mr. Alex
ander Yiiiiiik'n residence, helm; the
promises of Ml. Kate L. Vlda, It has
a frontage on KllIK stieet of lio.'i feet:
depth I1IH) feet; Yoiiui; street I'iI'i feet.
It ims three cottages with 1 1 Lime looms
and 11 dicssln' rooms. Main hoiiso has
II larKii rooms, closets mid kitchen.
The place Is supplied with witter from
mi artesian well on the premises.
2. Kour lotH, 50x100, on Klin; stieet,
II. One Lot, Knllhl, opixisllo f!eori;e
Markliam's place, 'i of mi ticie. I
1. One nml (iiio-tonth neies at Mni-1
fi. House Lot, Queen street.
ii. House Lot nml Houses nt Aptla, the I
estate of Mrs. John 1), Holt, Jr.
O r r ti'i:: Corner of Nuuanii and
(Jueen, up stairs.
lor fuither particulars applv to
J. L. KAUIA'KQ.U.
"XT -A- 1ST I1 IE D, ,
BIDS, for Opening ami Cleaning
Streets in KAIMUKL TRACT.1
Applv to GEAR, LANSING ,t
CO., 210 King streot. lOUI-tf I
If you want your CnrrUK" "r I'liu-ton
ltepaireil or Trinuned, call on
J. L. DUS1IALTSKY,
40U AluKoii NtriMt, ImtwtMMi Kuijf and
Read the List.
Holler Top nml lint Desks.
Meat Safes, Kitchen Tnbli
Camp .Stools, Steamer Chan
Army Cots, Chairs and Ms1
Dentist and Barber Chairs.
Corner Niuiauu and king streets.
U'OITK . . .. V. mS. r 1.
ARE AS FOLLOWS :
Utn M I.' I
I if San Iran - t it t 4
I r -k (uma a' n 4 t
lilm 1; m .nlhs
I ir II tnh ifij; C il n 4 n n1
Cahin 1 m mifi.
Co., Ltd , Agents.
This tract haviug beer, plat
ted is now ready for mile,
ami we otter the public au
opportunity of proeii'iug
delightful residence sites at
reasonable pi ices.
Situated in the district nf
Honolulu, about three miles
from the center of thocitv,
with tiuemncadaiiii.ed rHiU
leading to it, ami mi the line
of the now Electric Street
Hallway ; at an elevation
overlooking Kapinlaui Park,
tho oco in, the city, and JVarl
Lochs, it is, without excep
tion, tho hcilthiebt anil imt
picturesque of our city su
burbs Same is laid nut with
streits oach 0 feet wide,
each lot containing lo.UOU
Htpiaro feet, 100 x 150 aud
75 x 2U0, which we offer at
i'UK) each, on payments nf
$100 cadi and balance iu
monthly installments of '2,-1.
Those desiring to visit the
propei ty will bo peri-iumlly
attended and conveyed t
and from same by making
engagements at our office,
whero further information
will be fun islnd, ami where
a map of the tract can bo
The Club Stables
O. BliliMXA, i
Tolo phono 4:77
Liyery, Boarding & Sale Stables
Prompt Service. Stylish Turnouts.
Vo are osimchilly equipjied to eater to
your trade, l'nir deallni; and Kood ser
vice is what wo di'lMUid Uku to Kel It.
Wo Iiiimi for sain I'amily Carrlau'eund
DiIvIiik Horses, HiliK'e or doulile teams.
Thoy are in pm1 condition and will !
sold on f.ivoriihln terms.
Dr. Howat In always 111 attendance at
Ciub Stables Hack Stand
Cor. I'nloii A Hotel Sis.
(Old Hull Tower).
KIHST CLASS CAHHIAULS.
HACKS AT ALL Ilol'lts.
Orders forSnrreys,Vai;onett(N, Slnuni
or Double Teams at a moment's notice.
Hack Nos. ISM. li.'t, ion, 70, 77.
C. HKLLINA. Mcr.
House Lt on KjIIi itret, at Kit t
Mtue ,mi Lot at k'allhl ' 11
I I'rKv $i-
Lot at KamolliitH about 'i iar
Lot on I'mvprct trrt, tjmi;
Thref Ijtt i)pptitr Mik'c UUrJ
nt td ji JfiulJ s
I our I oh Kapahulu Tract ! f
M. K. KEOHOKALOLE and
!." lv MIl'M M St.