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Bjjf -ivy 11TTTnP1TY iij5lro3 Hint coultl lo nskotl, tintl, QBMA!S
E( A U X CIUXIXj-J- go long ns ho lias paid his duos to ' , '
r ,. & -, . : -- ,tl,0 Govoinmont unci Ins private
K SALE OF PUBLIC LANDS. , bills, nobody has ri rujht to com- -
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Kotico is hcroby given that on S.VTUlt
JAY, March 21, 18!)0, nt 12 o'clock noon,
si (rout cnlranco o( Judiciary Untitling,
.Honolulu, will bo sold Iho following fleets
Lot 1. Lntul nt Kftllhi, District of Kona,
4'nlin, being a portion o( land of Kithnmki,
iiAkul of tho Government Kond to Fwu,
nUiulng4 1M0iicres. Upset prico $2000.
lor 2. Land in Mnnto, District of Kan
o, Maui, containing 2 40-100 acres. Up.
art prico 25 00.
Tcrui. Cnsh in U. S. Gold coin.
Plans showing nttovo IiuhU for Hide may
3 scon at tho Public Lauds Ofllce, Judici
"7 HuililiuR, wliero further pniticulnr. niny
th Ii obtained.
J. T. I1HOWN,
t37-Mt Agent of Public Land
5t?c? Ever?ii$ Bulletii),
DANIEL LOGAN. Editor.
FRIDAY, FEB. 28, 189(5.
Auditor General Laws does not
soom to have an easier row to lioo,
iucli, than his predecessors. Tho
-utips of tho oilico require a high
'iegree of lidolity in tho in
cumbent, and tho peoplo linvo a
right to expect that he, as tho
copecial guardian of their
rovonucs, shall bo noither worried
nor haniporal in tho execution of
Lis arduous functions. Mr. Laws
Mys to tho Logishituro: "1 must
again lecord my protest against
ilie payment of 'Espouses of tho
Special Sossion of tho Legisla
ture, S13,789.7,' without previous
ipprovnl by tho Auditor Goneral,
-i being contrary to tho closing
yrovibions of Section 19 of tho
Audit Act. 1 called attention in
y former report to similar disro
rard of tho law in tho previous
bionniul period: if any reason
evis.t whj txc-'tiou iij buuu
.ye.vmdQov -should bo made in tho
nfe oi Jxpensos ot tho .Legisla
ture, record of the bame should bo
ii iilo in tho Auditor's Office."
There is much forco in the Auditor
Qonorul's protest hero given, from
iAio fact that thoro is reason to
ioar that duo economy was not
obsorved in ccponditures for tho
pecial sossion. Services wore
-armed out, by those who had tho
all for them, right and left, so
Siat in many cases tho persons
ho did tho actual work received
Truly a proportion of tho pay, tho
intermediate factors charging
enough to mako a good penny
ffltomsolves without doing any
thing but to deal out tho jobs.
The abolition of engrossing at
iis session may do away with
aauch of this jobbery, but it is pos
sible that it may happen again
tinier tho now arrangements.
If tho populace did not like
Wii ths circus it would havo boon
compelled to strike its tent long
ago. Tho people havo a right to
select thoir own amusements, and
joung folks aro moio out of mis
chief in largo crowds than while
straggling over the town. That
lmuht everybody goes diicctly
lomo from tho ciicus is evident
from tho stillness that roigns on
the streets within ten minutes after
the show is over. Mr. "Wirth put tho
prices of admission after tho first
kq or tlueo shows at tho lowest
figures that could be asked, and,
so long as ho has paid his duos to
tho Govoinmont and his privato
bills, nobody has a right to com
plain if ho takes away a small
sack. Other peoplo who mako
money hero carry or sond much of
it out of tho country, and it is too
much to ask Mr. "Wirth to mako a
goneral distribution of his probab
ly only modorato gains. Peoplo
horo aro often hoard complaining
about tho rarity of visits from
professional entortainors, and
when they do como it is ungrato
ful to growl at thorn if thoy do not
become stranded on tho beach, a
burden to themselves and tho com
munity. Mr. AViith issues an advertise
ment showing up tho peculiar
business methods of the Hawaiian
Star. Ho quotes from that paper,
while it was receiving his dollars
for advertising, Iho most unquali
fied praise of his circus, and thou
from tho samohlieet, after its busi
ness relations witli tho show woro
sundered, a roforenco implying
that the circus was robbing tho
natives. This is a curious com-
montary on tho boastedly squaio
business conduct of tho Star.
In starting a "third house," tho
American League is providing
what ought to piovea useful in
stitution. Mock logislutuics aro
about as good a form of debating
society as can bo devised. They
ilourish elsewhere and afford a
valuable sort of training to young
men for patriotic usefulness, bo
bidos being of much utility in tho
popular vontilatiou of public ques
tions. Success to the thiid house.
Auction Sulea by ', S. J.uce.
On MONDAY, March 2d,
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M
I tilinll sell nt the CirtUH Tent, corner of
Tort and Buotmria sheets, say
ITW A good opportunity to obtain good,
Htiong u ml comfortable seats nt n biirgaiu.
W. S. LUCE,
23T" Fositholy Last Appearance of tbis
Popular and Talented Company.
JKP" l'aiticulars in tomorrow 'h 11ui.
DR. JENNIE L. HILDEBRAND,
Ofllco; Corner of Foit nnd l'oretnnia
OfHco Hours; Otoll a. m., 1 to 1 p. in.
bttndnys, !l to 10 n. in,
HAVE YOU TRIED IT?
JUST THE THING FOR BREAKFAST
Cooked Rolled Oats.
Tho original brand.
Diflejent from unit botter than nny other brand,
(5 " l'oi bale by nil Loading Oiocers.
PRAWK B. PETERSON" & CO.
S P. AGENTS
For It !
aturdail iffeBi'noon, Feb. 29.
Under tbo direction of Hnrry Whtli; J. J.
Gates open at 2, Coum'enco nt 3.
1 llattonto leapiuc o or n number of howes
by moinbors of tho company, led by
Lnlil Sins (In tbo circus ling).
2 Grnceful club exercises by tho Lillipu
tians (in tho circus ring).
3 lloniau stanliug hurdle rncoou bnroback
horhes (in tbo tmck, twico round).
Alt. St. Leon on Australian homes,
Knchil on Hawaiian horse.
I Triplo trapco by Alberto, Hums and
llUie St. Leon.
C Tho dashing Ncllio Lyndhurst in her
daring pick up net. (In tho circiu
0 Exciting cowboy raco (in tho traok twice
7 Ground nnd lofty tumbling by ruonibers
of Wirth's Circus.
8 Lady nnd gcutlcmnu hurdle rnce, twice
round fn tho truck, Misi ln Ver
non, Nollio Lyndhurit, Alf. St. Leon
nnd L Uniloy. t
0 Hounding Jockey, Lihl Sing.
10 Sensation il Tents on high trape7e, by
11 Exhibition of picking up objecti from
tho ground by llauniiuu cowbojs.
12 Intrepid and graceful performance on
tho invisiblo wire, Mibs Muriel Wirth.
13 Tnudeui riaing uud driving raco in tho
14 Marvellous bnlnucing on tho duplicate
15 Kachil in his daredevil hurdlo act.
10 Teats in tho ltomnn lings.
17 Graceful pose on two horses, Miss Ida
Vernon nnd P. H. Montgomery.
Tho famous Aeronaut under bo
OlllfVt t BJi uiv v m , . avu .
Atlmlstloii to Mull rttrjbnilji
OsiiHrul Admission to Ground C.'ic. '
Admission to Grand Stand 50c.
Admission to Reserved Chairs 7oc.
A LIFE SIZE
Qne Dozen Photoa of Iho SiUec
CiTIs the LATEST OITTJt vie haye
Portrait and Landscape
Building and Loan Aociation
Tho Regular Monthly Mooting
will bo hold ut tho Chnnibor of
Commorco on MONDAY EVEN
ING, March 2, 189G, ut 7:30
lESCrnymonts nre requiretl in
A. V. GEAR,
Auction Sulci hy Jas. F, Monjun.
SALE OF Um.
1 Mill sell at Public Auction, at my Sales
room' nt Vi o'clock noon,
Saturday, February 29th,
the following described Property.
82 ncrca flf land on Judd street
jolnlni; tho residence of A S Ilnrtwell, Y.sq.
I lie w hole property commands a lino view
As nn Inv-Mment, oan be divided Into smaller
lots at n liire profit.
pgr 1EKM3: Half cash; balance on
mortpigent clglit per cent.
Jas. P. Morgan,
COPPBB ESTATE AND LANDS
I am directed to sell nt Public Auction on
"Wednesday, May 27, '90,
nt 13 o'clock noon of said day nt my sales
rooms on Qm.cn sttcet. In Honolulu (tinlcnt
i sooner disposed of nt prhntc snlc) the lollo
luirdcseiibul properli, namclj:
A tract ot Inntl of alxiiit y,:;mi acres ill ice
simple situate nt Kolo nnd Olclomonn i 1 In
South Kona, Island of Han all, about eight
miles by a p,ood road from Hookcnn, one ol
tbu larcest Ullages In Kon.i. Tlicro Is an ex
cellent lntullnir on tin land Itself from whrru
Hie colUeund other produce could hetdi!tpul
nd a good site for a mill near the lniHlln.
Fifty acres ot land are In collie. Koujrhl) .
tliimtcd there Is about scu-n buiulrid neu s ol
splendid colRu land Ijllinll on one bbx K i
both sides of the Goicrmiiuitlload. I li;til
hundred acres l)lnj nboie and to the TukiiiI
tlicscin limulrul ntics al)oc mentioned I
nlo cevllint land nod altlioiisli nt n bUlici
nltltude Is no doubt nlsoucll ndnptcd foi
cofTie culture 'Iho lower land bclo tin
colfco belt Is sultaolc tor pineapples and fli-nl
lln.ro is a dijliii,' House, sioro nnd work
rooms, n (ioidon s Pulper, liborers' ipinitLrs
and wntir tanks nt tbo plulitntlon, n ml I lie
land Is pirtl) wnlled Time hss iicmi Ihcii
nn blli;Iii on thin land, althomili luireewnn
planted nfjnnt iiiniu jiainnL'o. Old reside uts
of Kona like the late I) II. Nahluii, J V
Kiinliuokii and olliirs bale testlllul to this
fuet. There Uusia fishery appurtenant to
'Iirnis cash or part of tho purchase price
can rcmclu on mortunuc nt clulit pel cent per
annum. Deudsnnd stamps at the expense ot
A map of Hie property can be seen nnd fur
ther particulars obtained nt my sales rooms.
J. P. MOBGAN,
Reduced from $3 to $2 per Doz
DOM'T HglTiTE HOBFENT
About the best place to buy
FIRST-CLASS -:- FEED
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THE COMPTOMETER PERFORMS K
All The Worry.
At the World's Co
tho Comftomi:teu re
ceived the highest
award on adding and
5FCall around and
seo this time-saving
machine; computes in
terest, discount, ex
A. V. GEAR.
Agent for the Hawaiian Is.
GOO King Street.
No Prices !!.
Every prico wo quoto is the lowost. Wo
intend to keep our prices always tho lowest.
If thoy'ro not hriug your puichaso back
nnd not the money. That's our standing
offer Compare our prices cousidcr that
quality is the choicest nnd boo if such
prlcoHinrH to 1k found elsewhere.
S Quick, Free Delivery.
Hotel sheet, opp. Arlington Annex. (
No. 117 Dntliol bt., between King nnd Hotel
Clothing Made to Order
l.V THE LATtST STVLI
Sntiifrtotiou Giiniuuteed for Good Fit.
Only Wiiitk Imhoii rMri.ovKn.
Iteimlrliifr and Cleaning a Spuclaltr.
R. C. A. PETERSON,
Duatonv Hause Broker,
!N"otary -:- Public,
General Business Agent.
Collections caiefully attended to,
SrcTOtllco with II. E. Wnlkor, Cum.
mina Block, Mciohnnt street. '.'38-tf
Miss D. Lam"b.
LAWYERS' CLERK AND
Offlcoi With J. A. Mnijoon.