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5 Eueiip Bulletin
DANIEL. LOGAN, Editor.
TUESIUYMAUOH 3, 1MU1.
JJy tho doath o Jnlm Thomas
"Waterliouso tho community loses
a most ostimnblo member, ami tho
country at largo n citizou of tho
highest valuo. Ho was a man
who always exhibited tho best
qualities oE a friend to his follow
beings, ono who unostentatiously
performed his duty in tho sovoral
8j)hores of public, private, reli
gious and social activity in
whu-h his lot was cast,
his associates and tho Govern
ment called, or his conscionco di
rected him. It may truly bo said
that he leaves not an euomy bo
hiud. Tho native Hawaiians had
peculiar regard for Mr. AVater
hnusc. When visiting tho
Lopcr Sottli'inont us one of tho
Board of llealth, tho Hawaiian
unfortunates would cluster about
him with demonstrations of
gonuino affection. Tho Bulletin
joins in tho public sympathy
oven-whore heard expressed for
tho boreaved wifo and family.
Tho health authorities of San
Ifmueiseo are discussing a pro
position to procure tho Goto
remedy for lopors. Dr. Fitch,
formerly of Honolulu, tolls .them
.that it will certainly givo relief,
-mid in many cases check tho
disease. The Hawaiian health
authorities, after having employ
ed tho younger Dr. Goto for somo
years, do not tako much slock in
tho remedy excepting as a hy
gienic bath to improve tho gener
al condition of tho patients.
AKAINM IIAWWIAN NUC.tlt.
SiMinOii- CiiIIViv Will Altnrlc tlm lla
xitillnu dilute or llio 'Irenty.
A Washington dispatch o Fob.
Senator Jones will insist ou
having sugar given tho bonofit of
15 per cent horizontal increase in
the revonuo bill should it go back
to the Senato Committeo on Fi
nance. Assurances to this etl'ect
wore given today by a gentleman
who stands high in tho national
counsels of tho party and who is
now hero putting forth his best
efforts for sugar.
Senator Cail'ory of Louisiana
also has an amendment which he
will offer to tho bill in a day or
two. Tho amoudment proposed
will iiineud the prosont tariff act
so as to strike off tho differential
now going to tho American sugar
trust, and will abolish tho clauso
relating to tho Hawaiiau treaty,
by which Honolulu sugar is now
admitted into tho United States
free of duty.
It will further impose a duty of
50 per cent ad valorem an in
crease of 10 per cent on tho pres
ent law on all sugars anil all
tank bottoms, syrup of cano juice
and beet juice, molada, concentrat
ed concrete or coucoutrated mola
da. A further duty of an eighth
of a cent a pound is to bo paid by
foreign sugars receiving a bounty
in the country whore produced.
Sugnr I lift.
Private advices received from
Glaus Spreckels state that sugar
. has advanced to 1J. Ono San
Francisco paper quotes it at -U,
but most of tho advices received
by local firms from their foreign
correspondents givo the lower
quotation as the correct ono.
Oil paintings of tho Volcano all
sizes and prices at King Bros,
jaKj-i c. at t- 1 pnud'oua ' " i dawt I J, j Ifl
4" OSIOH! SPECfALLf FOR '""bIaHD JB j
rfuae I rial will procjheir l"55nE--J
IjA'riMfV I'OltllKIV Kl)t.
Continued from M I'uffft
In the Manitoba Legislature
yesterday Premier Greonway gavo
notioo that next day ho would
incivo tho House into n committeo
to outer formal protest against tho
threatened coercion of tho Ottawa
Government in respect to Roman
Catholic parochial Bchools. Tho
Premier declared thattho remedial
bill of Ottawa was boing forced
through without an inquiry into
tho facts, and ho further declared
that tho Manitoba Government
was willing to romody any that
could bo shown to boar harshly
on Roman Catholics. It is bo-
lievod that tho
paves tno way
for nn announco-
mont of tho result of Sir Donald
A. Smith's mission to "Winnipeg,
and everybody is on tho tiptoe of
expectation. The Proiuior's dec
laration is taken to mean that if
tho Dominion authorities drop
tlmir coercion bill ho will under
take to seltlo tho difficulty him
self. Chaos reins in Coroa. Tai-
Won-Kun, fathor of tho
continues to umko trouble,
Japaneso press advocate a restora
tion oi .lapanese rule, .tins is :
strongly opposed by tho Russian
party. Tho pcoplo aro agitated
and the Government is power
less. TIIK TII.NSV.AIj.
A cable to the New York "World
from Cape Town says: Tho Poli
tical Association of Itustenburg,
in the Transvaal, President
Krueger's pot organization, has
adopted a resolution substantially
"Whereas, public opinion in
England regarding Jameson's
treacherous attack shows that
Great Britain is the arch enemy
of tho South African Republic;
"Whereas, tho English, as a
people, aro tho sworn foes of
Dutch Africanders, as is proved
by tho efforts of tho former to
humiliate tho Boers and to des
tro' them; therefore,
"Resolved, That thoro should
bo no fratornizinc between tho
Boers and tho English.
"llesolveu, That tho lioors must
prepare fov a continued and evon
moro serious strife.
"Unsolved, That tho Transvaal
Government may count upon tho
members of this society as being
prepared to seal their words with
It is stated in London that Dr.
Jameson has boon at the Hotel
Metropolo in London ever sinco
tiik ki:upatii casi:.
IH-femluiit U Commuted forTrlal Tor
In tho District Court this morn
ing tho preliminary examination
of Lionel V. Jledpath ou a charge
of embezzlement occupied most o
Judge, do la Yergne's time.
After hearing tho ovi
donco of George H. Paris, B. H.
Phillips, T. M. Starkey, C. G.Bal
lautyne, H. It. Hitchcock and W.
J. Sheldon the court found that
on tho evidence adduced thoro
was probable cause to believe that
a jury would convict and hold the
dofondant to answer to tho Circuit
Tho testimony showed that
Itedpath's defalcation amounted
to about $1300, of which $1012 was
still chargeable to him.
No evidenco was introduced for
Johnny Hay ward, thp well
known trotting horse with a coast
record of 2.1b, Hawaiian record
2.20, will bo sold Saturday, Fob.
20th, at 12 o'clock, by James F.
Morgan, Johnny Hay ward is a
gentle horse suitable for ladies to
For It !
A Very Largo As
s irtment at Vory Low Prices.
Auction Snlm hy H". S. fairr.
By "W. S. Tj'UGIT,
On WEDNESDAY, March 4
AT 12 O'CLOCK NOON,
At tlin Jowclry Establishment of TIIOS.
LINDSAY, Merchant street, I slinll sell,
on account of Ills departure,
Lis Eutiro Stock of
Jewelers' Tools, Etc
AlbO, somo Vory Fine
fOnf A rars rlinnco for tho trado nml
public to obtain. good nrtlcles :tt n bargain.
W. S. LUCE,
On WEDNESDAY, Mnrch 4
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M., ,
I .shall sell nt the OiiciiR Tent, corner of
Fort nml llcrctunia streets, say
200 Chairs I
E3f A Rood opportunity to obtain ood,
strong nml comfortable seats nt n baigam.
W. S. LUCE,
The . ,
IB. Sz N. Lamps
AND SILK- LAMPSHADES.
and of the Finest.
At tho same Low Hates as usual.
A Big Lino of Now Goods jiibt leceivod per
DRESS SUITS A SPECIALTY.
Arlington block, : : : : Hotel street.
Clearing Out Sale!
Auction Sain hy Ja. F, Morgan,
ESTATE AND LANDS
I am directed to null nt Public Auction on
Wednesday, May 27, '90,
nt 13 o'clock noon or ald dny nt my nales
looms on .tjiiccn sticct.ln Honolulu (unless
sooner disposed of nt private sale) the follow
iutr described property, namely:
A tract of land of nbout L',500 acres In fco
simple situate at Knlo and Olelomonna 1 In
Boiith Koua, Island of Hawaii, nbout ellit
miles by n pood rond from Hookcnn, ono of
tbu largest villages In Kiuin. There Is nn ex
cellent laiidlncon the laud ltoelf from wlicro
the coll'ce nml other produce could bo shipped
and n good slto foru mill near thu landing.
Fifty acres or land nro In codec. Itotiirlily cs
tlumted there Is alioilt seven hundred acres of
splendid codec land ljinijall on ono block on
both sldct of tho Government ltond. Klffht
hundred acres ljlne; alioo and to thu Katof
the mwn hundred ucies above mentioned Is
nlso excellent land mid although at a higher
nltltudo i no doubt nlso well adapted for
colTcc culture. Tho lower land below the
coffee belt Is siiltuole forplncnpples and slsnl.
There Is n doing lintitc, store and work
rooms, a (Jordou's l'ulper, laborers' epiarters
and water tanks nt the plantation, nml the
land Is partly walled. Theie has never been
nny blight on this hind, although eolfcuwas
planted n Rreat mauvjenrs nco. Old rcshlenls
of Kona llkuthu latu D. II Nnliluu, J. V
Kiinliiioku and olhfrs li.ive totllled to tills
fact. Tlieiu is it een lislierj nppurteimnl to
Terms ensh or part of llio purchase price
can rcmclu on mortgairo nt elitht per cent per
annum. Deeds mid stntnps at thu expense ol
A map of tho property can be seen mid fur
ther particular obtained at my sales rooms.
J. E. MOEGAN,
Reduced from $3 to $2 per Doz
B.F. Enters & Co.
J. P. R00RI0UES,
Fort Street, opposlto Hnckfcld's.
A Ng'w Lot of Nice Goods Just
Becoivcd. Olouning nnd Ko
New :, Shipment
Of tho Well-known
HJwi I j Th.
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pfffrl'-n 1LI .
A LIFE SIZE .
One Dozon. Photgs of the SlUes
l-Is tho LATEST OPFElt wo havo
Portrait and Landscape
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DOM'T HgITlTE MOMEWT
About tho best place to buy
FIRST-CLASS -:- FEED
California : Feed "
A FIRST CLASS
GERMAN : DINNER
Wednesday -:- Evening,
Jlarch 4, 1800.
At 6 O'clock Sharp.
$3" Music and Dancing at
8:30. Fine Baud in Attondanco.
3?rice - 75cts.
No. 117 llethol st., betweon King nud Ilotel
Clothing Made to Order
IN TIIK LATRiT 8TYLK.
Satisfaction Guaranteed for Good Fit.
O.VLY WlIITK LaIIOK K.MH.0VKII.
Kcpnlrlii,' uml (Jlcnnlne; n Spcclnlty.
R. C. A. PETERSON,
Cttslom Hcmae Bcoker,
ISTotary -:- IPublic, .
General Business Agent.
Collections carefully nttondod to.
trj-Ofllco with II. U. 'Walker, Cum.
inius Block, Merchant street. 238-11
To Let or Lease.
THE UES1DFN0E OF MllS. A, LONG,
ono mile from poatofflce. Largo house with
h. hackfeTd & CO,
dining room, pantry, kitchen, hath rooraB, W
hot and cold water, with nninnt ,.!,.....
servant henses, Btubles, horso paddock,
(jurden andtrets. A charming locution.
Apply to J ALFltEU MAGOON.
Merchant st., next Postofllce:
Watchmaker .,nd Jeweler.