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35 Eueiir;$ Bulletin?,
DANIEL LOGAN. Editor.
WEDNESDAY, MAE. 11, 189G.
No slock wnS tnlcon by tho
IIouso o lopre8oututive& in tho
Government's pica for its nmoud
niont to tho Land Act, which wns
Hint tho principle of n clear gift of
certain classes of homesteads in
tho lnw was an iuadvortonco.
For three days tho bill was
boforo tho House on second read
ing, and two Ministers pleaded
Laid for its passage Neverthe
less tho IIouso by a unanimous
voto incontinently pitched tho bifl
out of tho window as it wore. Such
a voto decs not mean so much
horo as under some constitutional
systoms. If tho life of tho Cabinet
deponded on one of its measures,
tho IIouso would probably havo
swallowed this bill un
der protest. That is, if tho
Cabinet made it J an issuo.
Apart from tho merits of tho ques
tion, it is gratifying to soo that
tho popular branch of tho Legis
lature does not hold itsolf to bo
meroly a machine for registering
the decrees of tho Government.
Upon tho morits wo beliovo tho
House was right, as there was
nothing made clearer by Min
isters, in expounding tho Land
bill it tho special session,
tlinu that a certain class of leases
of homesteads was to bo issued
without price, but upon somewhat
rigorous conditions of improving
tho lands by the tenants.
At Oakland, dluonrin, on
"Washington's birthday, tho branch
ollico of the Sau Francisco Chro
niclo displayed a national flag
with tho name of tho papor
printed across it in black letters.
On returning from a general stroot
paiade, a company of tho Boys'
Brigade a juvonilo militant reli
gious body compelled tho man
ager of tho ofiico to take down tho
flag, under pain of having it
hauled down by tho "kids." Tho
lieutenant commanding tho com-,
pany said they had dono it boforo
and would do it again, and would
always do it where anyone de
faced tho Amorican flag with ad
vertisements, which was against
tho laws of tho United States.
Mr. J. B. Castle, Collector
General of Customs, in an inform
al interviow with tho editor of
this paper, said that ho might
havo let Iloshina out of tho ser
vice when ho first suspected him,
and thus forestalled and staved off
any public oxposuro and criticism
both. Ho had proforred td tnko
tho course, however, ,of following
up his suspicions with a viow to
detecting and puuishing any of
his subordinates who might bo
Some of Professor J. Pi. Mu
stek's, writiig about Honolulu
havo como back from tho Coast,
and if his book about Hawaii is
to bo of like pattern to theso pro
ductions it will bo a wretched
thing. HiR lcttors aro grossly in
accurate, in conception of fancies
puerile and, altogether, below tho
average of Honolulu roporling.
Hawaii almost needs a law for
rrjtection against visiting scrib
blers.' .Z3L QtLESj.T
3SB3M&r FUANJC B, PETERSON & GO.
Tin: onoit.vii Rociurv.
Largo nnd I'oKlilonnblo Audience
I'rocnt I.jist Mglit
Tho first public concert of tho
Honolulu Choral Society, which
took plnco at Y. M. 0. A. ,lmll
last owning, was a woll-ine'rited
success, and there worq very few
vacant seats in tho room wliAn
ProfcssorBorger's orchestra struck
up tho opening overturo, "Tho
Golden Lyro" by Herman.
Tho next number, "Tho Night
lias a Thousand Eyes," v as Well
sung by tho society, tho uiolin
obligato accompanying it being
played by Miss Kato McGrow
with her accustomed case and
Miss Castle's ronditiou of Pad
orowski's famous minuet was de
servedly applauded and brought
forth a floral offering.
Miss Graco IlicnardH' vocal
solo, ' bpanisli rong, was
loudly encored, as was to
bo expected, and in roturn
sho sang " Jamio Dear, " at
tho conclusion of which sho was
presented with quantities of
Miss Kato McG row's violin solo
was loudly applauded as a matter
of course, for whatever that young
lady does is dono well, and sho is a
favorito with Honolulu audioncos.
Tho two numbers by tho ladies'
quartet woro excellently woll sung,
and tho Kamohamoha Glee Club
had to accept and respond to a
The choral numbers given by
tho mombors of tho society show
ed thoy had profited by tho
numerous rehearsals under Miss
Enoch Johnson, attornoy for
plaintiffs in Wong "Wo, Foy and
others against Kaili Kakoi and
others, in ado a motion for distri
bution of proceeds of salo, reserv
ing tho widow Kaili's portion un
til tho final decision in the case of
Kokcalaui and others against Ka
ili and others. Tho motion was
donied by Judgo Perry on argu
ment. Johnson for plaintiffs;
Robertson fordofondauts; Magoou
for Kokoalani and others.
F. B. McStockor' was arrested
this morning on a charge of assault
and battery. Mr. McStockor mot
13. A.Norrie and obtained a writf
ton statement from him concern
ing tho publication of au articlo
in last night's Indopondont to
which Mr. McStockor took person
al exception, containing the name
of tho author of tho articlo. A
personal difficulty thou ensued
which led to tho arrest.
Auction Sales by Jas. F. Morgan.
TOMORROW, Maich 12th,
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. II.,
1 will sell nt 1'nblio Anotlon, at the PACI
FIC ilAIL WH WW, tor nrcouut '
of whom it may concern, a
largo coiiHiguuicut of
Salmon and Oolachans
Diamond B, 8 P 10 Kits Salmon Helllu. '
Diamond II, C II HarruU Salt Salmon.
Diamond II, V I- 0-3 llarrels Salt Salmon.
Diamond II. T. & C 8 Hal llnrrela I'lp lilt.
Diamond It, 1. 1 P 5 Harrtls Salt Golacbuns.
Diamond I), L I I' 10 Kits Salt Onlaclufis.
Diamond II. 1. 1 P 50 Half Kits Suit Oolu
chani. Diamond 11, J 1. L39 Kits Salt Salmon.
Diamond II, CI' Co 10 Hun els Salt Salmon
Diamond II. C I' Co-2 Hulf Barrels Salt Sal
Diamond B, C I' Co 10 Half Barrels Salt Sal
mon. Diamond B, K C & 87 Kits Salmon Belllrs.
Diamond II, It C ,t f 0 Kits Salmon Hi lllcx.
Diamond II, It C . B I) Half Burrels Oola
Dhmund B, It C it 8 01 Kits Salmon Bellies,
Diamond II, ?! Kits Salmon Ikllles.
Just landed ex Mloncia and all In prime
.TAS. P. MORGAN,
210 It Auctioneer.
HAVE YOU TRIED IT?
JUST THE THING FOR BREAKFAST
Cooked Trolled Oats.
Tim original brand.
.J-J oaUlif'ul. Koonomioal,
M Kin ivroio us.
DUlxitnit fioin rimI mtWr limn mi)' oilier luiniil.
(CAJ" Piir ilw liy nil l,ii!illnw (liucm.
B V, ACIJWTB
EVENING BULLETIN, MARCH 11, 189G.
M:Jist,ATUitr in si;ssiox.
Continued from 1st Page.
inoro Japancso laborers, as such
matters, aro only decided upon
"Tho same proceduro is follow
ed in regard to applications for
the. introduction of Ohinoso
"Second question Aro thero
not a suiliciout number of labor
ers in tho country at tho present
timo for tho work of sugar and
rico plantations and other outer
prises without! tho Government
procuring anymore laborers"? It
is suitable that tho Cabinet should
inform this Housoasto their ideas
in relation to this question as to
"Reply to tho second question
Tho Government is not in posses
sion of information which would
enable it to answer this question,
nor hr.s it means of acquiring
such information which xaro not
in the possession of this llouse.
"Judging from tho experience
of tho past, and tho present and
prospective development of agri
cultural enterprises, together with
tho constant departure of tho
class of persons for their own
countries, it seems probable that
future auditions to' this class of
labor will bo required.
"J. A. Kino,
"Minister of tho Interior."
Rep. Robertson announced an
opon meeting of tho Joint Judi
ciary Committeo at 2' p. m.
House adjourned at noon.
11 m m m i
Rev. Romig will preach tonight
on "Our Guardian Angels," from
mo two toxts luattnow im:iu
"Tako heed that ye despise not
ono or. tneso nttlo ones, for 1 Bay
unto you that in heaven thoir
ungdls do always behold tho face
of my Father which is in Iloavn,"
and ifobrowB 1:14 "Aro thoy not
au ministering spirits sent forth
to minister for them who shall bo
hoirs of salvation?"
Pacts jbout a Wafceli
(From N. Y. C'ninnicielul Adv.)
"A watch balanco gives fivo
vibiatious evory second, 00 ovory
niinuto, 18,000 every hour, -132,000
ovory day; 157,080,000 overy year.
At each vibration it rotates about
1 times, which makes 15)7,100,000
revolutions every year. In order
that wo may bettor understand tho
stupendous amount of labor per
formed by theso tiny works, let
us make a pertinent comparison.
Take for illustration a locomotive
with six foot driving wheels. Lot
its wheels bo run until thoy havo
given tho s.aino number of rovolnl
tion that a watch doos in ono
year, and thoy will have covered a
distance equal to twonty-oight
complete circuits of tho earth."
What stupendous working
powers your tiny little ina
chino lins; and how little at
tention you give it until it has
refused to go further. "Tired
out." The accumulation of old
oil, particles of dirt, so ininulo
you can't see it, havo so added
to its burdens, that it refuses
to go further. Now is tho
time to send it to a watch
maker, not until" now, for it
will no longer go as it should.
How much better to give it all
tho attention it. needs while it
yet can go. Is it no better
than a common lawn mower ?
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 business to
take care of your watch. Only
oxport workmen arc employed
for that purpose, and what wo
do is woll-dono. All compli
cated work finds its way to hit
workshop, let us have some of
your easy work also, Don't
got into tho habit of bringing
it to us after it hns boon
through tho linudn of Humor
ous othurrt; it will bo uhoapor
for you to havo it dono woll in
ll in licet pliu-o.
H. P. Wiohman
For It I
E A Very Large As
sortment at Very Low Prices.
Auction Sales by W. S. Luce.
For Sale At Auction.
On MONDAY, March 30th,
AT 12 O'CLOCK NOON,
I shull ecll, at my Auction ltooms,
Three Parcels of Irrigated Cane Lands,'
.Situated In Hie Districts of Knnoliul, Muolcn,
'Kimll, Uland of Maul This Property 1 nt
preirnt luo-nu to tlio Itoclproclly SiijnUom.
iiiny for n tenn of ten yi-nrn, from tho ilitli of
March, 1801, nt an annual rental of ?1H.5(J
clear of tnxc. There are Rijf acres. In tlio
lands and tliroue;li them rung tliu wntiJrBiip
ply for the lteclproclty Suisor Company. A
inaxnlllcctit Inctment uud rare cluuico for
epecnlnlors. 'Iltlo perfect, teo 8Iihp1o and
free ol all encumbrances. '
Terms CbbIi In U S. fioM Coin. Deeds at
expense of purchaser.
For fin llier particulars, apply tp
W. S. LUCE,
, ' jAuctkjuoor.
! .On Sox!
IP.A.ST . ,
! BLACK ,
, ' isos: !
Reduced from $3 to $2 per Doz
WANTED TO BORROW
, OJ?l M03?IIh i
1'nr it torin of Ton Tonrs or inoro on Ileal
Estate, at n low rnt of iutm'Ht,
0. 11, 11.'
mwurii'ur coiini:ii lot, iooyjoo
frat, 1 1 li I it nun lilouk n( kliii)((Miiri, curlier
ii( Oolu niul Altiiiiili'r MuU, iiiur llm
Qiilm Ctilli'K', i'nimliiMi. Tllln puifwl,
OuimI (ii"irliiiilly In iiiirrlniwi it ImllilliiM
MU) (iliwlp, Aii1i'm Y,, lltU otWOi,
rv-- a n a i. " i a r
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Auction Sales by Jas. F. Morgan.
.A.T MAK1KI. j
On SATURDAY, March 28.
AT 12 O'CLOCK NOON, 1
At my Salesroom. Qnecu street, 1 will soil
ut Public Auction, tlio following
Valuable Residence Hots at MaJsiM
1. Corner of KccanmoUii and Domlnlst
sts. FruiitaKi- of '.'Oil ft on Kccumnnku strert,!
and ISO fi on Domini st. Contains :i0,UOU)
B.l II. ,
2. Adjolnlnc No I on Dotnlnis street I'ron-"
tajro oriliO teet on Doinlnls htrcet, and 20U
ft ili-op. Contains L'O.OJU K ft.
il. Ailjolnlnc; No 'i on Domlnls street.
Froiitauo of Mil ft on Domlnls st, 2UU ft deep.
Contain 2(1.000 sq It.
I Corner of Duinlnls and Kowolo sts.
Frontage of 200 ft on Kuwalo st. mid lllilit
on Domlnls st. Conlalns 20,().)0 m ft, i
a. corner or Kuwalo and IIculu sKFront-i
njo of 200 (i on Kowalo st, and Ii) ft on He-,
nlust. Contains 20,00Jsii ft.
0. Adjolnlns; No 5 on llciilat.l:!0 It-faclue;
on the street, 100 ft deep.
Tho iibovo I.ot lire flllialed In tlio linmc-f
dlato lclnlly of the reMdi iicoh of E W Peter-J
son, Esq, and J (J Ituthuell, Kw;
Tho aboo Lots will all fneo tho lino of tho '
prnprtscd Electric Hallway. t
This sslo offers one of the fow opportunities
to obtain a lino larco ltcldenee Site In an ex
cellent neighborhood. Tho lots command nu
extensive lew. I
tST Plaus o tho property can bo seen aO
tST Part of tho purchase- prlco can remain '
pu inoVtaKe. 'f
For further particulars, apply to
JAS. F. MOHGAN,
COPPER ESTATE AND LANDS?
I am directed to sell at Public Auction on
"Wednesday, May 27, '96,
at 12 o'cloel: nnnn t onM Anv nt m ...i... '
rooms on Queen street, In Honolulu (unless''
sooner dlstiofcd of at private sale) tho follow,1
In;; descrlbtil pruperti, imtm-lj :
A tiaet orinnd of about 2,!i!i0 acres In fco
simple Bltuuto nt IColo and Olelomonna 1 In
South Komi, Island or llannll, 'about cluht
miles by a i-ood road from Ilookena, ono of
Jho largest Milages In Koim. There is un cx
Icllentliindliuroii tho land Itself from where
the colfcc mid other pi odueo could be shipped
juid itKooilftltu lorn null mar tho lnudlui;.
! Iffy ncres ol land are in tollee. ItuuKlib es
timated there Is about seen hundred acres of
Jplondld colfcc land ljliurall on oncblnck on
hOtll KlllPA (11 flu, flnviii-iinwuil II..... 1II..
, ------- "- - """- -.iivnui.il, i:.llilll.
huodrcd acres lyliiKaboo and to tho Eastof
tho soxcn hutiilrcd ueies above mentioned la
hlsp excellent land niul iillhotiKh at n blulier
altltudo Is no doubt also well adapted for
cofTco culture. Tim locr land below tlio
eoffeo belt Is snltaulc lorplncapples and sisal.
Thurol a dijlnu; house, More und work
looms, afioidou't Pnlper, laborers' iiunrtera
uml water tanks at the plantation, and tlfo
laud Is partly walled Theiu lias neer been
any lillifht on IhU land, allhoiifili eolTtowas
planted a j;reat uiauv jears ai;o. Old usldents
of Kuim Ilka tho lato D. II Nahluii, J. W.
Ivualmoku and others havo tcstlllcd to this
fact. There U a sea fishery appurtenant to
Terms, cash or part of tho purchase- prlcoj
can remain on mortRaire ateluht per cent per
auuuiu. Deeds and stamps nt tho expense ot r
A map of tho property can ho seen and fur
ther particulars ohtalucd at my sales rooms.
J. P. MOBGAN,
IWcry jirloo wu quote- in tho lowest. Wo '
Intend to lioeponr prircH alwayn tlio loweiit. t
If tlioyro not lirln your piirulm-io Imuk
anil get tho monoy. Thut'n our MttiiKllua
oiler, aimiiftio our prices uoiisMor tlmt 1
quiillty U Ihti flioleuHt-nml hob ( HUeh
julewt inn In bo found elsiiwliure, i
iWr QH, IVo Dtllvery. t
IfiMifl iilitwl, f). AlllDNtttli .lin.
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