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THE EVENING BULLETIN: HONOLULU, H. L, FEBKUARY 2, 1899.
Plows, Farming Tools, Carpenters'
Tools, Windmills, Pumps, Paints and
Oils, Pipe 'and Fittings, Roofing Iron,
Rifles, Shotguns, Powder and Shot, and
general Hardware ? If so the place to
get them is on the corner of Fort and
King streets, of
E. 0. HALL & SON, Ltd,
Oor. Fort and Kinc: Sts.
Columbia nnd Itnmblor Agents.
Machines Sold on Installments.
Parts and Needles for
L. F. PRESCOTT,
Wheeler &. Wilson
LOCK AND CHAIN
m PORT, NEAR MOTEL STREET, - - HONOLULU, II. I.
AIJOUT W.UAWA LANDS.
"Ihe Colony on Government
Land Abovo Pearl City."
Editoii Evening Bulletin:
I rend your very iutprestinp iIp
Bcriptio'a of tho nboro, nnd was
inn 'b imtntji'lii'd to find tbt there
w- Qovorumput land to be ob
tained ou this Island. Why
should this land have boen dis
poned of in tho quiot way this
Dooms to have boen done? Why
not lot tbe renrnl public lmvo a
6hnw nt ii. There must be ft
"great viytUry-man" directing tbe
councils of this Governmpnt, nnd
they Beam to menu to lot him lmvo
full sway to th last. I wonder
-which of tlie combination it is
tint litis such a mauia for keeping
-the public In tho dark.
Honolulu, Feb. 1, 1899.
Editor Evening Bulletin:
?an you inform th public why
Buch a valuable piece of Govern
ment land a tin? one at Waiawa,
above Pearl City, should have
been disposed of without competi
tion? Tho general run of people
knew nothing of it; did not ovon
.know thorn was government land
-to dispoio of ou Oahu. I boliove
it would havo fetched much more
money than tho government will
jqow receive if put up at public
auction in small sized lots, It i-
roportcd that it has gouo for about
five dollars per aoro while rail
road land near to it, leases for
fifteen dollars par aero per an
jiurn. Yonra truly,
-"One Who Wants to Know."
A. morabor of tho government
makes thi statement of the case:
''Tho Wahiawa land in all the
government domain that has bpen
available for settlement on this
u hunl. There are other public
lauds on Oihu unlr long leases
unexpired." Tina Wahiawa laud
came into the ban it of tho peuer
nl government vithiu th" past
two years, as pa t of tho land
that had been held by the Biard
of Education for n long perioJ.
Prof. Borgor and Mies Hose
Clark woro quietly married at tho
homo of Mr. and Mrs. F. W. Mc-
Obennoy last evening, tho Kov. H
II. Parker of Kawaialiao perform
inu tbe ceremony. HefreshmontH
woro served alter tho wentlinu
Prof, aud Mm. Border laTt fur
their home in Miller street abend
of a bombardment of rice and old
$10 Rewarjd ?
AVIII be paid for Information that will lead
'Jlu the arrest and conviction of the thief
-who stole a Cleveland Bicycle, Model 22,
No. 50,987, from Baseball Grounds last
' Thursday evening, Jan. 26th, 1899.
1 1 32 no Hotel Street.
Renting and Rcnalrine. wsJtm
Sealed tenders will be received at the
Office of the Minister of the Interior until
12 o'clock Noon, February 7, 1899, for
printing and binding the Report of the
Minister of the Interior for the ycur ending
December 31, 1898.
Bids must be at so mucli per page,
matter including plain tabular matter,
without rules and so much per page for
rule and table work.
Paper to be first class book say 44
pound sample for style of printing can be
seen at the Interior Office.
The Minister of the Interior does not bind
himself to accept the lowest or any bid.
J. A. KING,
Minister of the Interior.
February 1,1899. i'34'3t
Public Lands Notice.
Notice is hereby given to members of
Settlement Association of land of Wahi
awa, Walalua, that applications for their
respective lots may be made at Public
Lands Office on or after this date.
J. F. BROWN,
Agent of Public Lands.
Jan. 31st, 1809. ' ' "333-t
Department of the Interior,
Bureau of Conveyances, Feb. i, 1899.
Moses K. NaUulna has this day been
appointed Deputy Registrar of Convey
ances for the Hawaiian Islands, vice R. A.
THOS. G. THRUM,
Registrar of Conveyances.
J. A. KING.
1 i33-3t Minister of the Interior.
Publio Lands Notice.
Notice is hereby given that the follow
ing named lots may be applied for at the
office of W. O. Aiken, or) or after 10 a. m.
Feb. nth, 1899, Pala, Maul, Leases or
Lot 31 PulehulUI, 13,91 100 Acres.
Lot No. 9, 00,44 100 Acres.
For particulars as to above apply at
office of W. O. Aiken, Paia, Maul, or at
Public Lands Office, Honolulu.
J. F. BROWN,
Agent of Public Lands.
Dated Jan. 31st, 1899. 1133-3!
THE HAWAII HERALD.
Vol. PUBLISHED IN HlLO. No.
Is a pretty
who use its
Small -ads. in the Bulletin are not
overshadowed by bigger ones.
VCSl''l' ' 'Hi column uill h Inurtld at If ctntl
taS. a lintfinl inerton; to etnll itcand litter
lion', Jo (mil a mtk and ) ctntl a monlb. 7Hl l Ibi
ibtapal tdveiliiinf trtr offtrtJ Ibt ptoflt of Honolulu.
WE WANT YOU TO HAVE a West Disinfecting
Machine rut In your closet or cesspool, ana
save sickness. California Peed Co.,Agents. 1069.1m
ANTED Position as cook on steamer. Ad
dress X. Y. Z llulletln office. 11)4
Et two noon cARpES'Trns m o.r.
& I. Co.'s workshops. A lorn lob for the
A first-class RCKAtAN CilHL WANTS POSITION
' as cook or for general housework. Call at
White House, Nuuanu street. im-iw
WANIED-Several SMALL HOYS. Apply at
Honolulu Messenger Service, corner King and
Alakea streets. 1067-tf
f ANTED 500 Men to get Shaved for 15 cents, at
vv 610H Fort street, opposite the Club Stables.
toji-tf II. JEFrS. Proprietor.
THE PUnriCTO KNOWthat theStrLou"tT CoU
' lege. St Andrews Priory, Oahu Prison, Oahu
Insane Asylum, anJ other public institutions, use our
Chlorn-Naptholeura with great success. California
FeeJ Co. Agents. 1069-ttn
nOARD AND ROOMS.
DOARD WITH NICE rURNISHED ROOMS.
50a Heretanla street. iii-im
;OUND-LARG DOG. Enquire jjj I ort street.
FOUND Pouch containing Ilicvcle outfit. 0ner
can hive stmt by calling at the Evening Bulletin
office and paying cxrenses. "list
I OST-Potal Savings Dank Book No. Sit "D."
L. 1'lnder will plcite return to Itullctin ofllce, aio
I OST A WHITE n-ATIIER nOA on the roaJ to
- Moana Lua last Suniay. Please return t ) this
office and receKe reward. mClf
I OST-A GOLD PIN with a DIAMOND In the cen-L-
teri betoeen Walkahalulu UrIJge anl Alaral St.
Return to this office. i los-im
DASS-DOOK LOST.-Pass Book out. In favor
I o( Wm. CravtlorJ, lias been lost. Finder will
receive suitable rcwarj bv leaving same at the office
ol the HAWAIIAN-CHINfcSE NEWS. noi-tl
A LIFE, from not liavng West Disinfecting Ma
chines Inyourhouses. Chtoro-Naptholeum kills
cockroaches and ants. See California Fcei Co.,
Agents. , 1060-101
COR SALE 4 Lots at Maklkl. by GEO. TORD.
' Inquire at Popular, Tort street itjfim
OPPORTUNITY FOR DAIRYMEN 1-lslanJ-breJ
dairy stock, brci to the thoroughbred sire of the
W. G. Irwin dairy. For further particulars Inquire of
C. W Macfarlane. ui-tf
COR SALE-liranJ new FURNITURE, bejroom
' sets, kitchen furnilure, and ei erytlilng needed for
a beautiful home. Inquire at hardware More next to
Union Express Co , King street. ujo-iw
COR S"ALn National Cabinet Cash Register. In
I good order Cost Ino: will sell forlioj. Apply
G. DLITZ, Watchmaker, m Nuuanu st. ini-iw
PR SALE-One SlllPMAN ENGINE In rerfect
order. Apply to II. G. lllart. Fort St. noftf
COR SALE-UOOKS ON MODERN LACE, at
1 Mrs Manna's.
ATWO-MANUALand Pedal BassREED ORGAN
Suitable for chapel or residence. Bergstrom
Music Co.. Fort street. i6,
EST as cent meal In town. Try It and be con
vinced. Lln.li fcxcelilor Restaurant. 1041.
WE RENT the West DISINFECTING MACHINES
and keeD them In order, for a small monthly
rental. California Feed Co., Agents. toCa-un
I iiave this day sold all my right, title
and Interest in and to the Criterion Bar
ber shop to G. A. Bowers.
Thanking the public for liberal patronage
In the past, I ask for a continuance of the
same to the new proprietor.
c. j. McCarthy.
Honolulu, Feby. 2, 1899. H343t
That all Bicycles left at Bailey's Hono
lulu Cydery, 231 King Street, for more
than 30 Days will be sold atauctlon to pay
the repair bill that may be owing against
them. This notice is especially given to
the parties who own Several bicycles (to)
that have been left In my store from 2
months to 8 months,
1134-iw J. S, BAILEY.
At the Annual Meeting of the Hawaiian
Electric Company, held on January 31st.,
1899, the following Officers were elected
to serve during the ensuing year, viz:
W. G. Irwin, President.
J. A. Hopper, Vice-President.
Godfrey Brown, Treasurer.
W. M. Glffard, Secretary.
J. F. Hackfeid, Auditor.
The above also constitute the Board of
W. M. G1FFARD,
Items of Interest to Bicycle Riders.
-'"TnrnV -'t 6ecA that the chainlet hat come
to ttay, Alto the 30 Inch wheel; it Is proving quite
popular, and manufacturers generally are making It
The chainlet! at a high price, the o-lnch at about
$5 above roadster rates. Rubber Is not likely to be
higher, but present prices will be roalntalneJ for some
DAILUV'S HONOLULU CYCLERY has parts
and sundries for 16 makes of uheels. Enameling In
black and colors. Repatrscarefullyandeconomlcally
done by expert workmen. Prompt dispatch.
Agent for the UEUDCE DICYCLB
Bailey's Honolulu Cyclepy
231 KING ST.REET.
For additional Shipping News see seventh page,
Diamond Head Slgnnl Station, Fi'li
?, 1 p 111 Weather clear, wlud light
Weather Burenu, Punahou, Feb 2.
Temperature Mornlnj; minimum,
02; Midday maximum, 77.
(Flarometer corrected for gravity, .06 )
Barometer, 0 n m, 2U.85 steady.
Rainfall, do, 0.00.
Humidity at 0 a in 80 percent.
Dow 1'oint 64 F.
Wednesday, Fob 1.
Stmr James Mnkcc, Tullctt, from
Thursday, Feb 2.
Stmr Mlkalmla, Thompson, from
Am hktno 8 O Wilder, McNeil, from
VESSELS LEAVING TOMOIlltOW.
Stmr Mlkahala, Thompson, for
Mnknwcll, Wulmeu and Kekahu at 6
Stmr Mauna Loa, Slmcrsou, for
Laliainn, Mualaea, Kona and Kau, at
iO n m.
Tho bnrkontino Klikitnt wns the
first vessel to be hnuled on tho
marine railway since tho big
chain was repaired. Thero was
no mishap iu tho hauling.
Tho schooner Ea Moi sails for
Koholalole this afternoon with a
full cargo of (general merchandise.
On her deck sho will take two
largo steam plows for Hamakua
When tho Mikahala loft Kauai,
tho Waialealo wos at Hanalei dis
charging froight and tho W G
Hull at Eoloa attending to the
samo work. Thero wob fair weath
or on tho Hanamaulu side.
Tho Pacific Coast Marino Record
of January 25, publiehshes tbe
following: "Prince Edward (over
due) From Baltimore for Hono
lulu, 191 days out today; 70 per
cent." Noihitig haa yet boen heard
of the Prince Edward.
The ship St Frances did not get
away yoatonlay ns stated in th-
morninu paper. Captain Winn
thinks it will be Friday before he
can get away for Now York. Tho
St Frances will carry a full cargo
of sugar when sho does go.
The James Mnkoe arrived from
Kapaa yoMorday afternoon. When
outside of Kapaa an accident hip
ponpd to her machinery which
made it necessary for her to put
into Hnnnmaulu for tomporary
repairs. The Makee was to have
left again today but now sho will
wait until next week to give her
timo to have hor damaged parts
Following aro.tho latest charters
of vessels from Pacific Coast ports
lo ports on tbeso islands:
Fresno (bk), 1149 tons, lumbor
from Puiet Sound to Honolulu
chart ted by Pope & Talbot.
An orican Girl (schr), 214 tons,
lumber from Puget Sound to Ho.
nolulu chartered by Popo & Tal
bot. Allen A(sohr),326 tons, merchan
dise) to' Kahului chartered by
Alexander & Baldwin.
Transit (schr), 49C tons returns
to Honolulu in tho Hawaiian
Planter (bktn), 498 tons, returns
to Honolulu in the Hawaiian
Andrew Welch (Haw bk), 859
tong, returns to Honolulu in tho
Corona (sohr), 375 tons, lumber
from Gamble to Honolulu chart
ered by Pope & Talbot.
John G North (sohr), 320 tons,
merchandise to Honoipu chart
orod by Hind, Roiph & Co.
John A Campboll (sohr), 462
tons, lumber from Blakely to Ho
nolulu chartered by Benton,
Holmos & Co.
Skagit (bktn), 482 tons, now at
Puget Sound, lumbor thonco to
Honolulu chartered by Popo &
From San Franoisoo, por bktno
S G Wilder, Feb 2 George Hend
ereon, Mr and Mrs Peter Baron,
F G'audin, Mrs Laura E Morso
and infant, David Bonner and
Grown Old Since) Tli'y Met.
Amongtho passengers from the
Colonies in the Moana yesterday
was James Hart, a brother of
Judgo O. F. Hart of this oily. It
has been 49 yoars sinco tho two
brothors mot. This wbb whon
tho Judgo loft his homo in Euc
land tor this country. Jamos
Hart has been in business in
Molbourno for the paBt twenty
yoars and comes hero ou a visit
of a couple of months.
OUR LINE IS
Of the very best grades of new and popular style of Shoes.
Our stock Is a thoroughly good stock In every respect. You will
find It good because Its styles are not only tasty, but desirable and
serviceable. GOOD because Its assortment Is varied and complete.
GOOD because It shows full, honest value for the price every time.
IT WILL COST YOU NOTHING,
except your" time, to call and see for yourself, and If your TIME Is
Valuable you cannot spend It to a better advantage, or at any place
where you will receive better returns than examining our superb
The Manufacturers' Shoe Co,,
Sign of the Bio Shoe,
tt Port street.
is 33 Queen Street
Fine Residence For Sale.
Iloshlonco of Mr. F. Waldron, on
Lunnlllo stroot ; 140 tout on Lunnlllo
sttoot, 120 to 181 foot-deop.
Contains 20,070 squaro foot.
A now, comtortnblo liouso ou tho prop
orty, containing 0 rooms.
Furtbor particulars at my olUco.
Proposals for Flour.
Department of California, 1
Office of the Chief & Purchasing Com- i
- missary U. S. Army.
Honolulu, H. I., December 28th, 1898. J
Sealed proposals, in triplicate, will be
received at this office until January 7th.,
1899, at eleven o'clock, a. m., and then
opened, for furnishing for the use of troops
at this station, Fifteen thousand (15,000)
pounds of issue Flour. Government re
serves the right to reject in whole, or In
part, any or allj bids. Instructions fur
nished bn application at tliis office.
PHILLIP M. LYDIG,
Captain & C. S. U. S. Vols.
Chief & Purchasing Commissary.
' t, Notice.
The business of P. J. Voeller will not be
responsible for any debts contracted by any
one In the name of the said P. J. Voeller,
without a written order from -the under
signed. JAMES J. BYRNE.
M'gYand Att'y In Fact for P. J. Voeller.
Honolulu, January 10, 1899. uiim
J. P. POST.
In a, 2STe;w R-ole.
A MILITARY DItAMA,
Through tones I
MISS LOUISE LLEWELLYN
Charming Dramatic Soprano,
AND LARGE COMPANY.
S THE BEST!
TO-NIGHT, FEB. 2?
Great Business OpeniDgi
I HAVE A VALUABLE
Which I will sell outright, or will form a
combination with an active business man
for placing the work on the market. This
Is a splendid business opening for a pro
gressive man. For full particulars address
1 127 L. W. G., Bulletin office.
Consisting of that certain lot on the
east side of Fort street, near the
head of Kukui street, i few doors
above the corner of Fort and Bere
tania streets. (
No. 310 Fort Stl
I. Farm at Hamakua $ 7,90a
9. 4 Lois at Maklkl j 500
3. ti acres lani near town 6,oo
4. M acie of lanJ center of town 4,500
3. -A ia-ear lease 4 cottages 1,950
6. A 40-room Lodging House, ii-year lease. 3,00a
7. Large lot at Malklkl 10,00a
8. 173 acres coffee land, Kona 3,00a
9. S acres coffee land, Kona, H planted.... 6,00a
io. Lot H acre near town 1,30a
II. Corner lot center of town 0,30a
13. An 8-year leaie a cottages 1,000,
For further particulars apply to
J. M. VIVAS,
G Postofilce Lane, - Honolulu.
No shop-worn goods on'the coun
ters of merchants who advertise fin.