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EVENING BULLETIN, MA110II 0, 189G.
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Will be received ot tho Office of the Minister
of the Interior until MONDAY, Mnrcli 9,
1890, nt 12 o'clock noon, for publishing tho
.Session Laws of 1MXJ, as follonsi
1. Publishing in new spnpcr, English,
ono time, nt per 1000 "oms," octavo meas
ure, double rolumu,
2. Publishing iu newspaper, llawnilnn,
ouc time nt per 1000 "tins," octavo incns
ute, double column.
It, Printing nud binding COO copies of
tho nbovo lawn, English, in b.imo stylo ns
tho Session Lawn of tho Special Session of
4. riinting ntul binding 250 copimof
tho nbotu lawn, Hawaiian, in snuio stylo as
tho.Poisiou Laws of tho Special Session of
All bids miiBt 1k endorsed "Tenders for
l'tluttng Law," mid must bo uindo in con
fonnlty with tho above items ns specified,
Tho Miulstcr of tho Interior docs not
bind himself to ncccpt tho lowest or any
J, A. KINO,
Minister of tho Interior.
Interior Offlco. Mnrch fl. 18'Jti. 244-:tt
51? Ever?. Bulletin
DANIEL LOGAN. Editor.
PKIDAY, MAllOH 0, 189G.
"Why, if tho Star hud a griev
ance ngninst tho AVirth combina
tion, did it not como out
openly and state it? In
that sheet's most effusive
manner tho show was in direction
and performance tho pink o pro
priety and tho acmo ofexcoljnco
so long as it paid to koop its
name in tho Star. Its foul lan
guage now that it cannot draw
more coin from tho concern will
therefore deceivo nobody. But
ting at tho circus with its boiler
plate skull, tho blanket sheet only
reminds folks of tho ox confront
ing tho locomotive.
There is a provision in the con
stitution of California that Justi
ces of the Supremo Court shall
not bo iiaul their salai'ies as long
us a case submitted remains un
decided for ninety days. Under
this provision tho Justices had up
till tho latest date been paid noth
ing since Octobor, as five decisions
aro overdue from tho stated period.
They must bo either lazy or
swamped with work, and tho in
cident would show how Hawaiian
litigation might faro with those
islands only nebulous satollitos of
tho star of tho' Golden Gato.
A correspondent calls attention
to tho disparity between tho pay
of army captains, 8200 a month,
and that of police captains, only
about half is much. Tho duties
of the polico captain aro much
moro arduous than thoso of his
military brother, whilo his perils
aro ordinarily and ovon extraor
dinarily, as in the enso of the in
surrection of 1895, infinitely
greater. Besides, tho military
captain has froo board and lodg
ing. It, is not a square deal.
Tho Singer received fid first
awards for Sowing Machines and
embroidery work at tho Worlds'
Fair, Chicago, 111., boing tho
largest numbor of awards obtained
by any exhibitor, and more than
doublo tho number given to all
other Sowing Machines. B. Bkh
geiisox, Agent. Bethel street,
IN THE HIGHER COURTS.
ATTOIIXCY'S AI'I'IOAVITS (tr.AMII
IN NTATKiriKNrM Ol' FACT.
Wllloriho Liit- .Toll n T. Wiitrrlioitun
W. C. Aclil Clteit (or Con
tempt ol Court.
Charles Croighton, attornoy for
plaintiff in tho divorce caso of
Isabolla Achi vs. "W. C. Achi, has
filed notico to tho defondant that
on Saturday ho will move for de
cision and nulcmont upon tho
motion for an ordor of contempt
against lnm horotoforo submitted
to Judgo Perry.
William 11. Castle has filed his
bond in.$;5'2,00O, as administrator
oE tho estato of tho lato "William
Dean, with Joseph 33. Athorlon
and James B. Castlo as sureties.
Jonathan Shaw, tax assessor,
James 1 Morgan, auctioneer, and
P. "W. McChesney; merchant, have
boon nptioiiitotl no nrn-ililisOl'S Ol
the real estato of the lato Kntha
rino Jj. Yoniunus in Honolulu.
Boberlsou and Johnson, attor
neys for defendants in Kcakca
lani et al. vs. Kaili Kakoi ot nl.,
hae filed a bill in equity for ac
counting; while Enoch Johnson,
attornoy for plaintiffs in "Wong
AVu Foy ot nl. vs. Kaili Kakoi ot
al., has filed a bill for partition.
AV. It. Castle, attornoy lor de
fendant in .1. O. Carter, admin
istrator, vs. the Mutual Lifo In
surance Co. of Now York, has
filed an affidavit for a ro-hearing.
In his affidavit ho alleges that,
prior to his departure for tho
United States on August 1, 1895,
as attorney for tho defendant, ho
attonded tho trial of tho causo
both iu tho Circuit Court and up
on appeal to tho Supremo Court;
that ho claimed in his pleas in both
courts that tho insurance policy
iu question was a New York con
tract, theroforo tho status of tho
bonoficiary should bo determined
by tho laws of Now York instead
of those of I En wuii; but that on
his return from tho United States
on Jan. 17, 189G, ho was greatly
surprised and disturbed to find
that tho decision of tho Supreme
Court had gone off upon a sun-
posed admission by him that
such contract of insurance was
In tho samo caso tho Mutual
Lifo Insurance Co., by their at
tornoy, L. A. Thurston, has hied
another affidavit on behalf of re
hearing. IIo contradicts a state
ment made in an affidavit by "W.
A. Kinney, that ho had tpld Kin
ney that W. It. Castlo had, prior
to his departure, appointed him
(Thurston) to take his placo in
this cause. Mr. Kinney lie says
is totally mistaken in his recollec
tion of any such conversation.
Also, where Mr. Kinney states
that Mr. Thurston told him at tho
samo interview that ho hud read
tho Supreme Court decision and
was satisfied that nothing moro
could bo done for tho defendant,
tho deponent has no recollection
of nny such conversation. IIo re
lates tho history of lus connection
with the cose. Shortly after the
filing of tho decision on August
lfi, S. B. ltoso, local agent of the
defendant, had asked him to as
certain tho status of tho case, and
having douo so ho gavo a state
ment to Mr. ltoso and sent a
similar ono to tho San Francisco
attornoys of tho defendant. Theso
attorneys by return mail instruct
ed him to tako proceedings to so
curo a ro-henrincf of tho cubo Tho
doponont had asked Mr. Kinney
if ho was going to tako out execu
tion on tho judgment, telling him
that if ho proposed to do so before
deponent received a reply from
Sun Francisco, deponent would
interpose objections to gain time
but not othorwiso. IIo had made
no promises or agreements with
Mr. Kinney, and the action or in
HAVE YOU TRIED IT?
JUST THE THING FOR BREAKFAST
Cooked IRolled Oats.
Tho original brand.
E-ifloicUt from niul better llnm nny other brand,
GJSf For sale by all Lending Grooeis.
PRANK B. PETERSON" & CO.
S P. AGENTS
action of tho latter was duo, not
to awy promises mndo by depo
nent, but to tho opidomio of cho
lora which proctically suspended
tho operations of tho courts.
S. B. ltoso, tho defendant's
agent, also files an nffidavit, sup
porting that of Mr. Thurston and
making other important state
ments. Tho defendant further
lilos "additional crounds for a ro-
I 'I'll' ir - 1 1 ImnM nftnti rtiAII r
JLJ1U VUUll Will UUfll U1LII11IUUV
on tho question of ro-hearing at
10 o'clock on Tuesday.
Judgo Porry has signed a de
cree upon a stipulation botweon
tho parties, in tho suit of Amy L.
Clarko vs. G. E. Boardman, ord
ering defondant to pay tho plain
tiff $1803.38 and interest from
Doc. 8, 1895; also to transfer to
defendant a cortain farm and its
appurtenances in California, and
pay over to her all tho farm ro
coiptH less expenses sinco tho dato
of tho last account rendered. It
is furthor ordorcd that all the
functions of trustee, hitherto hold
by dofondaut over tho estate of
plaintiff, nroJioreby ended and tho
trust is terminated.
Fredoriek 'I1 Weilorliouso has
petitioned for probate of tho will
of his father, John Thomas Water
house, and tho appointment of Eli
zaboth Bourne "Watorhouso,widow,
as executrix according to tho terms
of tho will. Thovnluoof the estate
is given as S'238,000, consisting of
real estate in Honolulu, $o3,U00;
iu California, 810,000, and iu lo
Ava, $75,000; nnd personal estato
of merchandise, furniture, per
sonal effects and lifo insurance,
valued at 8100,000. Tho will was
executed at Honolulu on August
1, 1881, in prosonco of William
A. Kinney nnd E. O. Damon. It
directs in as few words as pos
sible that tho wife of tho decedent
shall recoivo tho wholo estato and
act as guardian of tho children
and executrix without being re
quired to givo nny bonds what
(From N. Y. Commercial Adv.)
"A watch balance gives five
vibrations ovory second, 300 overy
minute, 18,000 ovory hour, 432,000
overy day, 157,080,000 every year.
At each vibration it rotates about
1 times, which makes 197,100,000
revolutions every year. In order
that wo may bettor understand tho
stupendous amount of labor per
formed by theso tiny works, let
us make n pertinent comparison.
Tnko for illustration a locomotivo
with six-foot driving wheels. Lot
its wheels bo run until thoy lmv
given tho snmo numbor of revolt. 1
tion that a watch does in ono
year, and thoy will have covored a
distanco equal to twenty-eight
complete circuits of tho earth."
"What stupendous working
powers your tiny little ma
chine has; and how little at
tention you give it until it has
rofused to go further. ''Tired
out." The accumulation of old
oil, particles of dirt, so minuto
you can't see it, have so added
to its burdens, that it refuses
to go further. Now is the
time to send it to a watch
maker, not until now, for it
will no longer go as it should.
How much bettor to givo it all
tho attention it needs while it
yet can go. Is it no better
than a common lawn mower 1
You givo it less attention.
Would you think of running a
mower for a year or two stea
dily every day without a little
oil, something to help it over
tho rough places. Yet you
are lotting your valuable little
time piece wear itself out, sim
ply for want of a little atten
tion. It is our busiuoss to
take care of your watch. Only
expert workmen are employed
for that purpose, and what wo
do is well-done. All compli
cated work finals its way to our
workshop, lot us have some of
your easy work also. Don't
get into the habit of bringing
it to us after it has been
through tho hands of numer
ous others; it will bo cheaper
for you to have it dono well in
tho first placo.
H. P. Wiekman
For It !
J" nst; Received
A Very Largo As
sortment at Very Low Prices.
Auction Sales by V. S, Luce.
Chinese Japanese Goods
TOMORROW, March- 7th,
Al' 10 O'CLOCK A. jr.,
I Blwlljitll at my Kulcsroomn, nn Assortment
of Jitpanmu it nl ChincbO Uuocln, vi.t
Tortoise Shell Ornaments and Combs
I'll ft lloxos, Hnir l'ins, Ktc, Kto.
Ivory I'nixjr Kiiivon and Mnrkorx,
EMBROIDERED TEA, OL0XKS,
Cushion Case nnd Curtains, Kto., Etui
ST Theso Goods must bo sold Ho
gnrdlesa of Cost.
W. S. LUCE,
TOMORROW, March 7th,
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M
I bell at my imlcsrooms a liuw ntul line ns
Bortment of I'lants, viz:
llugnolia Grnndillont, Knglish Holly
(nlnin nnd vnn'og.ited), Knmqnot, Litchii,
1'iuea, Peach Tiocs.Ginnt Bamboo, Yaklan,
(wtntu itnrt yellow), Uiutuu tlybridOraugos,
Kto., lZtv. Uo, Hirae ery line Bigonius
iMinw nnd fi o tl iworing i lunts.
&f I. ulles will lie repaid by taMnx nil
v.iiiiul'u nt tliu it.ilc.
W. S. LUCE,
On MONDAY, March 9th,
AT 10 O'CLOCK A.M.,
I shall hell nt tho Circus Tent, corner of
Fort nud llcrotnnia streets, finy
1T A good opportunity to obtnln cood,
stiong nnd comfortnblo seuts nt n burgnin.
W. S. LUCE,
First K. E. Ohuroh
Life of "ChinBsa Gordon"
"Trip Through Switzerland,"
llliiitrulcri by V. Ileilrmuiiii.
' RT ADMISSION, 25 CJ:NT3. 245-lt
Real - Estate
THE UNDERSIGNED HAS KECEIV
ed instruotions to soil that very ilesirablv
pnrcol of ronl cstnto situhtod on the corner
of I'ort street nud Uhuulaiu Lano, known
as tho Fuller premised, Iutenditig pur
chasers can obtain till desirod iufoimntion
on npplloation to
J. O. OAItTEIt,
208 Merchant Streot.
Honolulu, March 0, 1896'. 245-.1t
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Auction Sales by Jas. F. Morgan.
On SATUKDAY, March 28,
AT 12 O'CLOCK NOON,
At my Salesroom, Qnocimtreot. 1 will soil
at I'd bile Auction, tho following
Valuable Residence tots at tfaklkl
1. Corner of Kccaiimokn and Domtnls
8t. Froutnce of -'00 ft on Keeaiimoku strcrt,
and ISO ft on Domltilsst. Contains 20.00U
2. Aillnlnlns No I on Domlnis strcct.Fron.
tae;o of WO feet on Domlnis street, nnd 20J
ft deep. Contains 2i),uuu sq ft.
3. AilJoInhiK No 2 on Uomlnls stieet.
tronlniro of i:iu ft on DominU bt, 20U ft deep.
Contains SU.000 uij a.
i. Corner of Domlnis nnd Kowalo sis.
Fronta'o of 200 It on Kewnlo st, and 130 ft
on Domlnis st. Contains 20,000 eq ft,
5. Comer of Kcwalo ami Ifeulu ets.Kront
nice of -W It on Kewnlo si, and I.'iO ft on Ile
um st. Contains 20,000 sq ft.
0. Adjoining No 5 on Heula st,I30 It facing
on the street, 400 ft deep.
Tllft nhnvi. I.ntd nln llnnf.i.t In .l. t
------"-'"- w ... .,ki 111 .111 Hindu
dlato vicinity of the residences of E V Peter-
a tit Vji mul T II !.. I. .!! 1....
buii, m uiiti u i Jbutiii'ii, Jlj;
This sale ollcu ouo of the few opportunities
ill nlitnln n linn ltirtrn tloali.tt.,. Dii I.. ...
cullcnt iietchborliood. The lots command an
tST" Pliltli of tliu lirnnnrtv c.in Iia tnnn
177 Part Of tllU mirchasn nrlfn nun romnln
For further particulars, apply to
JAS. P. MOHGAN,
245 td , Auctioneer.
COFFEU ESTATE AND LANDS
I nm directed to sell at Public Auction on
Wednesday, May 27, '96,
at 12 o'clock noon of said day at my tales
luuiii.uuijimu oului, in iiouoiuiu (unless
sooner disposed of at private s.le) the follow
liur described property, iiamcly:
A tract or laud of about 2,800 acres In fee
simple 8jtu.Uo at Kolo and Olclomoana 1 In
fiontli Koiia, Island of Haw all, nbout elsht
miles by a t;ood road from Hookena, tme of
tho lnrecst tillages In Kona. Tlicro Is an ex
ecllent lniidini; on the laud Itself from where
tliu eoffee and otlierproducu could be shipped
ml n cood slto for a mill near tliu lumllnir.
7i '. .. "" vuuv-u. jiuuKiiiy es
tlinateil there Is about set en hundred acres of
djiiuiiuiu i-imvu lauu tiiii' an on ono olocK on
hntli Blllfta .if lli. r!n....H 1 T, 1 ... .
...i..t.v ... uiu i.iiii-iiiiiu'iii. itonu. r.int
hundred acres ljln(,'nbote nnd to tho Eahtof
In, ait, mi Initiil.i il w..i 1.a..a it . .
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nlsn fivriiillr ,it .ml n.t.l ..lil......i. ... - i.t . .
i.i. ,-"- ""," " uiwiuiiii in u inuiier
altitude Is no doubt also well adapted for
nriHun m. 1 1 ...-. flit. 1 ..
lu.iituii.uic, jjic loner lauu uclow tlio
cofrce belt Is snltaolo forplucappics and sisal.
J'lierols a drjln-; house, store nnd work
rooms, a (lordou'i Pulpcr, laborers' quarters
and water tanks at tliu plantation, and the
laud Is paitly walled. Tlicie lias netcrbeen
any bllbt on this land, altlioush coireo was
planted aL'reat many j ears airo. Old lesldcnts
of Kona like I lie lato I). II. Nnblnu, J. W.
Kualmoku and others have testified to this
Olcfomoan 1 eWl flslicrj' aPl'"rtnaut to
Terms cask or part of the purchase nrlco
can remain on morlKaco at cljjht per cent per
annum. Deeds and stamps at the expense ot
A map of the property can bo seen and fur
ther particulars obtalnul at my sales rooms.
J. F. MORGAN,
Card of Thankg.
THE JOINT COMMITTEE OF THE ICA- VO
plolaul Maternity Homo and Youhk Hat
X,-a,l'w,S.,Ir,8l,tut0. ,l;8lrV ,0 tu,,''k most in- h ,
?fcf.Bl,I.',0M,w,, "ltcd In the benefit f " -Wlrtl.'s
Circus lnct nlfiUt Iu aid of lie two
associations ttlilch thuy rcpiesent ''i5.1t
B'own & KuboyJmvo for snlo
n eonmlnfn Imn -.P i..nt,.l. i..i
..t "" ,"' ""iuut;o, UIOUKS,
cutlory and solid and plntcd jowel-
'J " iy iiuacriptioii, tJmt thoy
aro soiling at roasonablo prices.
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