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KVKNlNU JIUIiLICTJiN, AUC1UBT 16, 181MJ,
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Tho exhibition by thoMom-
bora of tho ICilolmtm Art
League litiu given dooornlivo
art !in itnpotUH such as has not
boon folt for yearn. Tho China
painting fad has renuhud uh
-and Homo handsome HpccimoiiH
wore shown in tho nrt rooms.
Tho material for doing tho
vork came from us and we
now havo in stock an elegant
assortment of Laeroix Tube
Colors and Brushes, Burnishers
'Stipplers used in this class of
work. Our ctock is complete
with tho finest assortment of
colors, brushes, canvas and
frames for art work.
Elegant show rooms and
.goods new. Prices about as
cheap as you ever heard of.
The Pacific Hardware Co.
SOME KONA COFFEE LANDS.
tiii: nn.n vArios oir tm: mitt.
HV INOIII.'AtlNIi IKI'llltiV.
I'l-iippi-iy itl Hi Kuna Onflr Coin
inii' Ilcrrlln1 fnl nroilitr
I'litlilntltiii in VlrlnK)
Tin- In mis of tlio Kona Coffeo
Coin, any nro Hlttmlotl about tliroo
inlli'rt buok of Kniltm in tlio Kona
Dih riot of tho Island of ilnwnii
ami constat of 1100 noros. Of
this 00 nrroa is in notiml otiltivn
lion, tliu troos being plncodO foot
apart ocli wuy nnd running in
sizo from ono to tlirooyonrold
plant. Tim property is owned
by IS. B. Bartbrop, J)r. Cnjirou
nnd otliors, tlio former boing tho
innnagor. Mr. Burthrop wus form
erly engaged in tho drug business
nt Port Townsond, Washington,
and enrno horo first for the bonofll
of his huulth. This so rnuoh im
proved after u short rcsidonco
hero that ho concluded to mako
Hawaii Irs home and tho raising
of ooflbo Ins future business. Tho
company is now having 120 aores
of forest and aa land oloared
ready for planting next year.
T oro aro 80,000 thriving coflbo
plants in the nursery, in spito of
tho fact that 40,000 have boon
planted thorofrom this year.
Mr. Bartbrop is described as a
young American hustler, who
keeps things moving on tho plan
tation. Among tho work now in
progrebs on tho placo is tho con
struction of a stone wall up tho
mountain side 15,000 feet long.
Ho has also put up a wiro cable
7500 feet long inch diameter
for tho transporting of ferns to
different parts of tho plantation.
These ferns aro strewn about bo-
twoon tho cofFoo plants and hnvo
th doublo effect of killing olFthe
weeds and muking an efficient
fert lizor. They rot out in about
eighteen months, whon a fresh lot
Mnnagor Barthrop has a neat
and comfortable house standing
at an olovation of 1300 feet, the
coffeo boing planted at various
altitudes ranging from 1000 to
UUU loot. Tho company has re
cently acquired tho Dr. Lindloy
place on which ar severul acres
of J-yoar-old coiloo trees whioh
will bear this year, and has also
sublet 200 aores of its own land
to the North Kona Company, a
new coporation, whioh started in
on the first of August to clear
fifty ncres for planting noxt yoar.
Wuldemar Mullor's pluoo is
about three-quarters of a milo
distant on the same road. It
consists of 26 acres, of whioh 20
aro in cultivation, somo 22,000
trees boing set out theroon whio
aro now coming throo years old
Tho plantation has an elevation
of 16'JO foot and is all aa land.
Mr. Mullor claims that coffeo
does better on aa land than on
forost and in proof thoreof offors
tho record of ono of his treos
un avorngo of a numbor not
quito throo years old; it was so
looted and tho berries counted in
tho presonco of a representative of
tho Bulletin. Tho troo contain
ed exactly forty branches, of
whioh ono was agrood on by those
present os an avorngQ and the ber
ries thoroon counted. Thoro woro
157, which, multiplied by tho
numbor of brunches on the tree,
givos a total of 6280 borrios, which
at tho standard rato of 2000 to
the pound, givosalittlo ovor three
pounds to tho treo. Mr. Mullor
claims this record cannot be
equullod for tho age of tho troo in
anv coffeo country in tho world.
Two of Mr. Muller's boys, aged
10 and 12 years respectively, oul
tivato and keep oloau four acres
of coffeo without extra holp. Ho
intends shortly to erect tho nec
essary house and drying sheds
for cleaning and curing his coffeo,
and has a system of portubla
trays on an inolinod railway
schomo of his own inven
tion which he thinks will work to
a charm. By this systom the
Inya from any numbor of tiers in
tho drying shed aro switohod on
to a traok whioh can be raised or
depressed at will and thonco run
out into tho sun or back again
willio'4 liiiidliiitf Tliomi familiar
with elliw uulliito aro awaro that
tho trot thrown out its lirniioho
two at a tinin on oniwsllo sides
of tho trunk. Mr. Mullor has a
numbor of twos on his plnoo
which aro throwing nut throo
IimhoIicr nt tho finino llino, and he
is catofully saving tho seeds from
thuso fur replanting. Should ho
bo successful in roproilucing those
trees tho yield of borrlea par treo
will lio iiioronM.'d by onn-third.
20 lbs. W
will tell you
it In the
FOR BALK BY THB
HOLLISTER DRUG CO., L'D,
Agents for the Hawaiian Islands.
ics of i Bay,
This filibustering business is
growing monotonous; the pcoplo
who aro engagod in manufactur
ing rumors should switch off nnd
do something olso or tho govern
ment will lose confidonco in thorn.
Such roDOrts do tho country no
good and wo fail to soo whero the
rumor makers are benefited Ha
waii docs not soom to mind it
much for things aro as quiet and
peaceful hero as in a well con
Wo bolieve wo have quite tho
best stock of leather in Honolulu
and it comprises besides solo
leutlior the celebrated Spoits light
and heavy harness leathor, and
loathor for saddles. Tho best of
russett and red calf skins.
Leathor for carriugo makers, culor
cd lining skins and soft dash
leather. All kinds of loathor h
higher today than it was two
months ago; in soma instances it
has advanced as much as ton per
cent, but as wo woro woll stocked
before tho riso wo can sell at tho
same old price and perhaps a
littlo lower. Wo havo a very com
plete stock of Shoe and Harness
findings and tools for nil kinds of
loathor work tho price of which
is entirely satisfactory to all of
Wo havo tho goods and tho
prices will suit you.
E. O. Hall Son.
Fort & Klntr Streets.
For Rent or Lease.
A two Btory building on Nuuanu street
opposite Lovora Bakery.
A. V. GEAR.
Man is generally as vain as a woman,
but it 1 almost an impossibility to got him
to admit it. Some aro particular about tho
shape of tlioirbats, otbors aro dfttt on shoos;
but the last mother's, sou of them will Insist
Fit whon it comes to clothes .Thoy go on
tho old adage that "flue feathora make flue
birds;" and us far as the artistic oyo is con
corned thoy aro about light and that is tho
reason that most men drive their tailor al
most mad by insisting on a porfect
There are several kinds of fits, however,
somo are horoditary, Bomo are brought on
by heat, over-exertion, etc., but tho Tit that
is brought about by us is not affected by tho
heat or cold, but is nevertheless hcrodi
tary with us.
JOHNSTON & STOREY.
44-td 413 Fort St.
IIbvo jiul rocolvod a now Supply of tho
Celebrated "Danish Beer"
Of tho following Hnnds :
Also, Just to hand a lnrgo consignment of
Genuine Bavarian Hops!
1 ' S3
H. E. MoINTYRE & BfiO
vaomm akd ortunu r -
Groceries, - Provisions - and Feed;
K.w eoo4 BmIti4 by Tary Packt from th. Kifrn fiUU. and Bare,.
FBMH - OALIFOBNIA - PBODUQJS . BY BVKBY - STXAUXI. '
AU Or, WMttondjd ggjg. IMur.r,d to .,
bum 0w 8ouoit. SksuvAono SuAiAirt,
i" OOXKM WOXt AKD XIX8 BTRMTfc
J. S. WALKER,
EOYAL INSURANCE COMPANY, LIVEEPOOL,
ALLIANCE ASSURANCK COMPANY OF LONDON,
ALLANOEMAEINE & GEN. ASSURANCE CO. OF LONDON
SUN INSURANCE COMPANY, SAtf FRANCISCO.
WILHELMA OF MAGDEBURG GENERAL INSURANCE CO
NORTHWESTERN M. LIFE INS. CO., MILWAUKEE,
SUN LIFE INS. CO. OF CANADA,
LIFE, FIRE and MARINE RISKS, 4
TAKEN at REASONABLE RATES.
Rooms 12 8PRE0KELS BLOCK Honolulu, H. I.
P O. Box480.
THE CHEAPEST PLACE ON THE ISLANDS TO
Buy New & Second-Hand
King & Nuuanu Sts.
Ribbons and Laces,
Ladies Corsets and Hosiery,
CMldrens Lace and
These Goods aro nowly imported and the Prico is reasonable.
To Whom it May Concern.
C. E. "Williams and son, CU King St. near Forb, havo
no branch house and no connection whatever with any
other undertaking establishment or Furniture Store in
tho City. Embalming under the personal supervision
of Mr. Ed. A. Williams, a Grnduato from the Clark
School of Embalming of 1894.
Mr- Williams employs the latest and beat methpd
known to science, no mutilation of the body nnd fro par-
tial Embalming, and
store and that is Located
of the firm aro C. E.
business in 1859, and hia
Tel. 179. : : : :
M. S. LEVY.
remember that we havo but ono
at Gil King St., the member
Williams, who established tL
oldest son Ed- A. Williams.
"WILLIAMS & SON.
: : : - 611 K, St.
L " :. fei.