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EVENING BULLETIN, NOVEMBER 30, 180(3.
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PUBLIC LANDS NOTICE.
Sale of Leases of GOTeranent Ms. to mako our iiouso of Hep-
' resontiitivos nbsolutuly impotent.
On Wednesday. Dec. 23. 18, i 'L'1PSU special piivilcyea of tlio
at (mut cntranco of J..diei..iy wonlthi0r classes would Wuept
BulHiri? ; !""" ;'i;2"i;C,'nway with tho incorporation of
noon, will b" sM Uio following ., ' .. . , ' .
Lenses of Government Lands: Hawaii into tho American com-
IstU iorumnnt tr.iot in Kn- monwealth. Thoro is no place
muiio and Wnilun, Milo, tlmniii, I uudor the United Stulca couatitu
lying between tlio main roid and j tj01l for nUy 8Ubordiuato political
forest lino. oonBlHlii.g of cimound ., tlmt mi ht BOok ntl.
pastuio land formotly undor lfiso . . J. . .. . ". .
to the IL.kulan Planl,.iin Co. miBmi with oligaichic coucomi -Area
43") woios moro or less, junta. Tho people would, with
Term 21 yous. U,)S"t rental , Blight if any proporty qtialifica
?1000 jiayablo ucmi- mnunl y in ' tion restrictions, elect their inein-
Tho floMTiinient r seiun -tlio
right tn tako nt any timo with
rtiison-tb'e lmt'ce nnd without
compensation, except for lmpi'ive
mentstikon, any portion of the
bov promises which may bo ru
quiiod for coiislrnction of now
rends oi niipiMvitit or changing
of old ones, nnd to tako frmn sucli
piomUci) soil, rock or grind as
may bo nee s&ary t'.-r tho con
struction or improvement of such
2nd i'oiton of tlio Govern
ment land i f Kaiiei, Koliala, be
ginning in tho vicinity of tlio
Government iomi to Jionoipo, anil
extc'idi' g m uikii to tlio proposed
HOW loud Iioill Koh.ila lo.U
mo.i, containing a total area of
453 acres, a little in re or les.
TVrni of louse 5 yeuis from No
von bor 13th, 1897. Upset lentil
$925 n year pijuble aemi-anuu-ally
3rd Portion of tho laud oi
Kahni, Kohsil.i, betweou tlio Gov
ormnont roid to Jionoipo and tlio
sea, coiitaiini g an .ue.i of 8G
acrts, 111010 or lesj. Term Fio
years from Niivember 13tli, 1897.
Upset rout )-$100 00 per an
num, iHynblo iem'.-aiinually in
lth Tho Govornment ttuct in
Hnmakui, iJ.iwuii, lying bet wuon
lands nl Kuiil i and Kaiwiki, nnd
oxtendii g m uikii noin tlio Gov
ernment mad to new si ttli mint
lots. Area 390 ncies inoro or
lfhs. T-rin l)'io ears. li-ut il
per annum Upt H00, inynblo
8emi-aiinnnlly in advance.
oth V n inns Bin .11 Shrimp
Ponds and W tor Holes situate
on tho laud of Knw .ipapn, Ilnna.
Maui, bi-hiw tin Government iod.
Teini 13 ye.ns. Ups t lentul
$25. Oj pnv.iblo y early in adv.uico.
Plans ol tho above ru iy bo i-eon
at the Public Lends Office, whoro
fun her particulars ojh bu ob
tained. (S.gned) J. F. BHOWN,
Agent of Public Luids.
Dated November 25th, 1890.
617 Euetji Bulletin,
DANIEL LOGAN, Editor.
MONDAY, NOV. 30, 183(5.
THE NATIVE INTEREST.
No nationality in these iblands
has more to gain by annexation to
the United Stntes than tho abori
ginal race. Hawnii's introduction
as a Stato into tho Uniou would
instantly usher the natives into 11
larger place, in n political sense,
than they hud over before occu
pied. Piior to 1887 neither the
Hawaiian nor foreign voter had
the slightest voico iu tho soloction
of half of the Legislature. From
1887 to 1893 it was a grievance to
the llawaiiiiUB that tho frunchiso
for that same half formerly bo
longing only to tho crown was
Bet so high that a largo proportion
of thorn could not attain to it.
Yel the Nobl fianchiso under tho
later days of monarchy could not,
nt least theoretically, bo condemn
ed as an unequal provision, since
it applied to nil nationalities
alike. Such as it was, however,
this grievance is retained in the
constitution of tho Republic of
Hawaii. It ip indeed nggravuted
in its exclusion of tho com
monalty, so to speak,
from important powers of coutrol.
For tho Sonato iB givon governing
functions far nbovo thoso that
wore reposed in tho House of
Nobles, dividing powois indeod
with tho Executives ho ns, in boiiio
i of tlio vital miilturs o control
wherein tho Amoricnu llouao of
Representatives niid tho Uritinh
bers of tho fedoral IIouso of Hop
resentntivi s at Washington. A
State constitution for Hawaii j
which would unduly limit!
Inr Drancn or
bo approved by the United States J
' ' , , . .,. t,
Goverunicnt. Again, tho Ha
waiian popularly elected local
IIouso will, according tot!ioss
torn likely long to endure in tho
United Stales, elect Hawaii's rep
resentative iu tho Senate nt Wash
ington. Such a measuro of froo
self government for Hawniians,
under tho rogis of ono of tho most
lm.;n1la nnria nf Mm world IiphhW
has nevor been conceived by the
wildest dreamers of now constitu-
tioiiB who llourished so rankly
numerous in tho ante P. G. days.
Commercial and industrial pros
perity, in which the uutives would
have equal chances for promoting
their welfare with all other nation
alities, would bo ushored iu by
nuncxtttion which would mako the
golden da) s of tho whnlo
ships and tho sugar treaty
seom but gilded powtor in
comparison. What does it mean
but the overlasting acquiBition of
our vast natural markot free as
tho air from tariff imposts? That,
too, with ull Hawaii's presont im
portance ns a inidocean station of
tho whole world's commerce pro
served. It means also 11 Hood of
American capital and entorpriso
to develop every remaining latont
resource and wild acre of this
group. Contract labor immigra
tion, with its reactivo and ruinous
competition with the citizen labor
of this country, would be stanched
at its fouutaiu heads. There is a
time iu the world's events that is
likely to mnko tho non-intervention
understanding among the
nations relative to Hawaii only a
happy momoiy. War wipes out
all understandings and Hawaii
would surely be safer iu any com
ing goueral broakup of the world's
peace, if found at that event as
tho possession of a powerful
nation, one of tho most likoly of
nil to successfully resist invasion
of hor own territory, which should
regard these islauds ns an outpost
that could never be allowed to
become a striking ground for hor
Mr. Bishop's liberality has
placed tho Hawaiian Historical
Socioty in a good financial posi
tion for tho coming yenr, if only
tho paying membership bo ro
tained nt its strength of the past
year. The management ought to
mako n special effort to have meet
ings wheu papers are reiul better
attended. Of course, members
are served with tho mntorial later
in printed form, but by gotting
ontsidors to nttond an increase of
mombers would be promoted.
Y. M. C. A. hall requires hoods
ovor its stairways to shut out the
din from tho gymnasium. People
attouding wool: night meetings
thoio hear, instead of what they
came for, mostly thundering 10
vorberations from the punching
Don't Fohokt UshorB T. V. F. !
"The Very Finest" whiskoy ovor
imported to the Islauds is now on
sale at tho Royal Annex. It's
Scotch and it's Al.
WIIDIHNU AT I.MI1IXA.
ZViiplo lln'r Irom Momiliilii mill 11
l!uiJ- 'Hum Spoilt.
On Friday tho 27th, took placo
tho wedding of Miss Mario Hose,
daughter of genial Dick Hose,
ox dopuly shoriiT of Lahaina, to
Mr. Houry llarrisou, son of Capt.
Harrison of Honolulu. Tho Bish
op of Honolulu camo up express
ly for tho purpose of performing
tho ceremony, which took plneo
at 8 p. m. Tho church was most
tastefully decorated for tlio occa
sion aud was oveillowing with
frionda, relatives and acquaint
ances. Tho bride, most prottily
dressed in spotless white aud car
rying n bouquet of choico chry
aanthomums, was tho object of
many complimentary romnrks.
After tho ceremony, ovorybody
repaired to tho bride's home.
Dancing followed tlio presenting
of those present to the young
couple. Later on choice refresh
ments lout wings to time and ex
cellent musio was rendered
throughout the evening by a
string biuid of 'ocal fame. J .10
woo sma' hours found society still
thoro aud all left with rogiet, but
bieathiiiir congratulations and
good will to all.
Among those presont wore quite
a number of town people. Capt.
Clarke by iwmib of a flyiug trip
on tho Mikahaln, "a good boat,"
as he Bays, was present with his
wife. Mrn. Harrison, mother of
tho bridegroom, aud Mrs. Henry
Smith woro there. Also, Miss
Phebe Harrison, Mr. Ohas. Mur-
ray, Mr. and Mrs. J. Cocketr, Miss
Ciishingham aud Mr. J. Taylor.
Mr. Sam. Johnson spent a few
days heie. Ho suffered from a
sprain received from tho football
game, and obtained leave of ab
Court meets on tho 3rd of Do
combor, nnd the annual bustlo of
preparation has almost ended.
Between fifty and sixty cases are
on tho calendar. The foreign
jury is cnlled for tho 7th.
Lahaiun, Nov. 28, 189(5.
In overy drop of impure beer you
drink. By far tlio greater pro
portion of kidnoy trouble is duo
to its uae. No need of your driuk
iug it. Seattle Beer is pure. It's
biewed of tho finest hops and
malt, aids digestion, promotes
health and prcsorves it. On tup
or in bottles at tho Criterion Sa
I Yozc Are in
1 Mead of a
I Time Piece
0 You cannot make up your
j mind what kind to got; it both-
m ers you, because overy one has
& an opinion of his own as to tho
El host makn. Lot tin RiiirmKt
m something to you,
j responsible house, raonoy back
& oil, so guaranteed that if tho
M slightest defect is found, your
t monoy is returned, or another
E watch is givon in place, should
h ou worry ns to the kiud to goty
1 A watch is made to keep
B timo, tho one coming tho uear
ja est to being correct is the one
i of most worth. It mntlors not
it it cost ion .Dollars or a
Tho matter of expensive
enses is loft ontiroly to your
tasto aud tho length of your
As Agents for the high
grado "Elgin" and tho medium
priced" Watorlmry" both makes
of which there is nu endless
variety, wo nre enabled to offer
au uuusually largo assortment
of comploto wntclips, and at
prices far below former rates.
From $3.00 Up.
All inado to run, nnd
i run well.
TELESCOPE COFFEE POTS,
TEA STRAINERS AND
The Telescope Coffee
Por is constructed with an
inner chamber extending one
sixteenth of an inch fiom the
bottom of the Pot, thus pre
venting any possible escape
of the steam and aroma.
The coffee used should be
ground very fine and placed in
the inner chamber. Pour boil
ing water over the coffee,
cover and allow to remain on
the stove six or seven minutes.
When the coffee is made, raise
the inner chamber and fasten
with the set screw to strain.
The clear amber coffee remains
in the Coffee Pot ready to serve.
The inner chamber may be
lifted out if desired.
POINTS OF EXCELLENCE
1. Economy It is a coffee
saver. In a short time it pays
2. By using finely ground
coffee you are enabled to ob
tain every paiticle of strength
contained in the coffee.
3. The cloth being stretched
tightly across the bottom of
the inner chamber to strain
the coffee, making a large flat
surface, the coffee is strained
4. The cloth used on the
inner chamber being adjustable,
it is easy to remove.
5. There is no place in the
inner chamber, Coffee Pot or
strainer to collect the sediment
that may make the coffee
6. There is no reason why
you should not make coffee
exactly alike 36? mornings in
the year, without the slightest
7. The coffee will keep hot
longer, because the Coffee Pot
consists of two thicknesses
instead of one.
8. You can make one cup of
coffee as well and as satis
factorily as a pot full.
9. The inner chamber may
be removed and washed, and
the clear strained coffee may
be saved for lunch.
10. By not subjecting the
Coffee Pot to extreme heat it
should last a lifetime.
We have these new coffee
pots in one, two, three and
four quart sizes and sell them
at the San Francisco retail price.
We have also a fine line of the
old fashioned earthenware tea
pots and something new in the
shape of improved tea strainers,
which are both ornamental
We have a full line of
kitchen ware in tin and agate.
Hawaiian Hardware Co.
Opposite Sprookola' Bank,
NO 307 FORT STRTCET,
r&wv iff Hi
That's nil wo liavo to talk about. Wo linvo Sporting
Shoes inndo by specialists; Dress Shoes, Slippers and
Boots tor Ladies and Gentlemen designed by artists.
S'ioph tlmt fit mnko pretty feet, all wo need caro for
is to keep at the head of the procession nnd this wo
are doing most magnificently by selling as good
shoes us any body else, and selling them for tho most
pirt at lower prices than the other fellows.
The Manufacturers1 Shoe Co.,
1J3P" Exclusive Shoe Dealers "
Snnta Claus is extremely
fond of receiving letters from'1
the littlo ones. He gonor.illy
offers a valuable prize of some
kind to well behaved childien
nnd this year he has notified
Wall, Nichols Co., who nro to
act as his agents here, to offer
in his name a beautiful French
doll to tho Honolulu girl or
bor who writes him the most
original letter. Any littlo one
under ton years of age may
compote for the doll which is
sure to bo highly prized by
tho lucky recipient. Now,
girls, this is your opportunity. '.
Brush the cobwebs and dust
of puzzling questions out of
your minds and write the old
gentleman a nice letter; some
thing different from anything
you have ever written before.
You may ask your papas and
maiumas how to spell tho
words but tho thoughts and
good wishes should be all your
On honor, now!
Letters m.iy be mailed iu the
letter box at Wall, Nichols
Co's store between 9 o'clock
next Saturday morning, Nov.
2Sth, and 12 o'clock noon of .
December 24th, the day before ,
The doll will bo on exhibi
tion in ono of their large show
windows during the above
period. The judges of tho
merits of the letters received
will be decided upon by repre
sentatives of tho press of
Take an Outing
SATURDAYS . . . 4
. . . . SUNDAYS
Tiuins will ltmve at 9:15 a. m,
auill:-!C r. 11., arriving in Uom
lulu nt 3:11 nnd 5:55 v. 11.
ROUND TRIP TICKETS:
lit Class 2d Clnns
Pcurl City $ 75 $ 50
Ewa Plantation... 1 00 76
Wftinnuo... 1 50 1 25
Christmas is coming on
apace and Ihc pc plo with ele
gant fori sight arc looking
around for suitnblo gifts for
tho season. In our stock wo
have hundreds of articles
which nre of tho ornamental
variety and suitablo for Christ
mas gift". This year we havo
been careful to select a varie
ty of goods showy and sub
stantial articles for all clusscs
of society. Wo havo no moro
for tho rich than tho poor, we
cater to the taste of all, and
the result has been very satis
factory to us in a business way.
We havo a number of sta
tuettes in Parian marble, one
of which will be an acquisition
to any homo. The list com
prises: Lady Godiva, Early
Struggles. HJuropa, Robinette,
Comus, Ophelia, Apollo as
Shepherd Boy, Tho Sisters,
Maidenhood, Venus do Medici,
Tho French Modol, Diann
Abandoned. These aro of
good sizo for tho table or cen
tor piece on a mantol.
Another neat gift is a cup
and saucer iu Crown Derby.
These are entirely now hero
and of beautiful design and
quality. Wo havo also some
rich nnd elegant articles in
Royal Wnrrstor and Solid
Silver ware, a glance at our
windows will give you an idea
of the excellence of tho assort
ment. A number of articles in bric-a-brac
and glass vases, crockery
and glassware aro selected for
general use, and will make ac
Von Holt. Building.
L. c. Allies k Co. A.V. Qear& Co.
Ulllco!;07 .Mercliuut&t. OlllceSlOKIngQt.
.... AND ....
Qcneral Business .Agents
Loans Negotiated mul'ColWctlous
Stocks Bought and Sold.
Hooks Amlitod ami Acoouuts Adjusted.
BIUg Bciught and NotBS
Fire and Life Inance Ageqt
4 k.tr6-Jft &. '.w.fJrto.iHafc':MaL .