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EVENING BULLETIN, MARCH 18, 1890.
Tenders For Beef Cattle.
OlTICK OF THK HOARD OP HEALTH,
Honolulu, Mnrch 10, 189G. J
'Sealed tenders will ba rcrchcil nt this
ofdte until 12 o'clock noon, WLDNESDAY,
M.i'.cli 25, 1SD0, for supplying tlio Leper
Settlouuut, nt Molokal, with (1) gooil Beef
Cattle, to e!i;h Lot lms tbnn .'!."() pounds
net when i1 rented; nnd (2) fnt licet Cattle,
to be clelixeird nt tLo Leper Settlement, nt
nu uvernge of ninety hend per month, for
the period of sis months oiuluig Septcnibcr
Tlio tender (or fat 1'etf Cattle must bo for
tlu price per pound dressed, nnd that of
good Jleef Cnttle, per Axe id. Hides nnd
Tallow to 1 o tho property of tho Hoard.
Urdu nlxotita bo mntkert! "Teuder for
Heel Cnttlo, Leper Settlement."
The Binrd does not bind itself to accept
tho loweht or any bid.
WILLIAM O. SMITH,
President of tho Hoard of Health.
51 Eueijir Bulletin,
DANIEL LOGAN. Editor.
FliIDAY, MARCH 13, 189G.
In its engernoss to work out its
solf - constituted rolo o special
guardian of tho Government, the
Stnr misroprosont8 romarks inndo
by this paper on tho defeat o'the
Executive's homestead law amend
ment. Tho Bulletin distinctly
convoyed tho opinion that under
our system, such a robuiF did not
constitute an expression of want
of confidence. Ptill it must bo
said that it is not a light thing to
hnvo a Govommoi't mensuro re
jected by a unanimous voto or
ovon by a largo majority of tho
Houso of Representatives. Great
importance was attached to tho
bill in question by tho Govern
ment. x It was an important
measure, if, as tho Ministers
declared, tho opening up of roads,
through tho homestead territory
depended upon it. Tho llouso
was of ono mind, howevor, in in
sisting upon tho policy, under
stood by its members to have been
tho original ono of tho Executive,
of having a certain class of home
steads free for settlement.
Surely something complete and
permanent will bo dono on tho
Pali road by action of this Legis
lature. Enough money has been
spent in surveys that amounted
to nothing and in beginnings
without endings, within tho past
iifteon years, to have constructed
a curringo road over tho pass as
good as is practicable. This is
not a mere tourist loud, but a
commercial thorpughfaro of great
importance. So far as facilities
for viewing tho grand scenery tiro
concerned, tho road is good onough
as it is, bo long us repairs of tho
towuward extension aro maintain
ed. What is wauted is to make
the passago through tho divide
Bafo for caningo traffic with as
easy a gradient as may bo found
There is legal authority for hav
ing tho assessment lists held as
public property opon to inspec
tion by tho people in general.
Tho Sonato's treating tho inform
ation on tho rating of cor
porations as confidential mat
tor tho other day was not
0Nfc, HAVE YOU TRIED IT?
propor. Tho assessment law
contains a provision, inserted at
ho iustancoof Mr. Thurston when
ho was in tho Legislature, that tho
tax lists should bo open to public
inspection. Complaints havo
boon mado that tho Assessor-in-Ohief
of Honolulu refuses to ex
pose his books to tho public. If
ho does so ho is over-riding his
An articlo in tho Advortisor tho
other day, commenting on tho
cortain passago in CongrosB of
tho Cuban recognition resolution,
stoted that Great Britain and
Franco recognized tho Southern
Confedetacy. This is information
received by tho world for tho liist
time. Shen nous efforts wore mado
by tho South to obtain recogni
tion from Great Britain, but, al
though thoro was a strong party
in favor of granting tho favor, it
was never accomplished.
Privato meat shops aro not go
ing to bo disturbed, tho Minister
of the Intorior assures tho Legis
lature The Government sooms
determined to allow no privato
Jnpaiicxc hlonmcr I.rnvrN.
Thoro was a'largo crowll at tho
old custom houso dock to see tho
Japanese stcumor Chiyoda Maru
off yesterday afternoon. Many
friends mado by Mr. "Wirth and
his circus peoplo wore thoro to
bid them good-byo and a pleasant
voyage. Mr. Goro Narita,
tho departing secretary ot tlio
Japanese Legation, and his wifo
received tlio farewells of many
friends of thoir own and other
nationalities. Tho circus band
played "Anlil Lang Syne" as tho
gangway was removed. It was
after fivo o'clock when tho steamer
Miticli ! tlio liugliir.
The afternoon train frpm Ewa
rau into a wogou driven by a
Portuguese at "Waipilopilo cross
ing yestordoy.. Tho wagon was
couvorsod into" kindling wood and
tho drivor thrown out and bruised,
tho horses escaping without in
jury. Tho Portugucso claims ho
did not hear tho whistle nnd boll
Of tho locomotive, both of which
woio used to warn him.
Mai Klcctlns t IIIlo.
Hilo citizons hold a big meet
ing on Saturday night and pro
tested against any money being
appropriated by tho Logislaturo
for ropairs on the old wharf. Tho
mooting instructed tho Hilo
delegation to use thoir utmost en
deavors to procure a suiliciont ap
propriation for tho construction
of a good wharf at Waiakea.
By using Seattle bcor you got
something mild and light, easy to
digest and nutritious. On draft
at the Criterion.
Attention, Company G-.
Hkaikjuaktfiw Company G., N. (J. II., 1
Honolulu, Miuoh 13, lS'Jfl. J
GEVEltYMOIHCH OF THIS COM
puny In heiuby uidcrud to uppuur ut
the Drill Shed in Uniform, THIS
(Friday) EVENING, March 13, 1890,
nt 7 o'clock, for Battalion Drill.
White, troiiHMH and leggings. No exciibe
oxoept Riikuiss. JOHN M. KEA,
51-lt Cnptulu Commanding.
Attention, Company H.
AliMOKV COMl'ANV lit, N O. II.,
Ho.noi.ulu, March 13, lb'JO.
ALL MEMIlEItS OF COMPANY
II., N. O, II., mo heroby ordoied
to nMomblo nt tho Drill Shod THIS
n.'.t.l.... i;vlfVfVll M-,.,.1, I1
I 1600, nt 7 o'clock, fur Htgimeiitul
I l'nrado nnd Itoviow. White tronsera nud
legging. No oxcum) except H'oltnein.
2SMt Cnptulu Coinmitndlng,
JUST THE THING FOR BREAKFAST
Cooked Hoi loci Oats.
Tlio ciig iil bruiul.
I IfialtliCnl. Knonomionl.
, ;nior,ToioiTw, ,
ImiWMt from nnd wltr tuiii Miiy ulhr lumul,
fVvfcr fur Ii hf Mil l4dllijj (iMiiwi
berl'lou nil ITolniiiim Prlitllnt; Outfit
lull crl tu nro'l'nv A fi p c 1
J ml go Porry haB rondorcd a'dc
cision in tho replevin suit ofII.
A. AVidemann vs. E. B. Thomas.
Tho proportj in disputo was tho
llolomua printing plant. Mr.
Widemann lent $500 to tho llolo
mua Publishing Company on a
mortgagoof tho plant in May, 1891.
About the first of November tho
samo year Mr. Thomas by his
attorney, J. A. Magoon, distrain
ed tlio property for S1050 rent,
but loft it on tlio promises until
after its sale on March 2(J, 1895.
Tho Court finds that the dis
traint was illegal from the leaving
of tho goods on tho promises, that
it was not proved that tho pio
porty of the company Mas liablo
for rent duo from two former con
corns as v,o as itself, and Urnt
tho notice of sale was nolsuuiciont.
Judgment is given for plaintiff for
SLMUO, tlio value of tho propoity
according to what it sold for, and
ono dollar damages and costs.
Kinney and Ballon for plaintiff;
Magoon for defendant.
A motion to dissolve tho in
junction in Eminnliuo Magoon et
al. vs. Julia 0. Afong et al. was
presented boforo Judge Carter this
morning and argumont deferred
till tomorrow. Kinney and Bal
lou for plaintiffs; Ilartwoll, Thurs
ton fe Stanley for defendants.
Judgo Cartor ruled today that
tho legatees under the will of Ann
Maria Dimond are liablo for tho
inheritance tax. "W. O. Smith,
attorney for tho executors, appeal
ed from tho ruling to tho Supremo
(From N. Y. Commercial Adv.)
"A watch balance givos fivo
vibrations every second, 300 ovory
minuto, 18,000 ovory hour, 432,000
ovory daj'j 157,(580,000 ovory 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 these tiny works, 'let
us mako a pertinent comparison.
Take for illustration a locomotivo
with six foot driving wheels. Lot
its wheels bo run until thoy havo
given tho samo number of rovolul
tiou that a watch does in ono
year, and they will havo covered a
distanco equal to twenty-eight
completo circuits of tho earth."
What stupendous working
powers your tiny little ma
chine litis; and how little at
tention you givo it until it hns
refused to go further. ''Tired
out." The accumulation of old
oil, particles of dirt, so minute
you can't seo it, have so added
to its burdens, that it refuses
to go further. Now is the
thno to send it to a watch
maker, not until now, for it
will no longer go ns it should.
How much better to givo it all
the attention it needs whilo it
vet can ro. Is it no hotter
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, siul
ply for want of a little atten
tion. It is our business to
take caro of your watch. Only
expert workmen are employed
for that purpose, and what wo
do is well-dono. All compli
cated work finds its way to ovr
workshop, let us have somo of
your ensy work also. "Don't
got into tho habit of bringing
it to us after it has been
through tho hands of Humor
ous others; it will ho cheapor
for you to havo it dono well in
tho first pin co.
H. P. Wichman
c. Vm davight,
hm nil Linda of Work In
Cum out A Hlono Hldownlko & Curbing
II ui! mi liiiinl it )irtft NiiuHb of
IiIhmm (lutiillu Uiiri) jinn iiiwiya ki
For It !
E3? A Very Largo As
sortment ut Very Low Prices.
Auction Sales by W. S. Taicc.
Cane ;. Lands
For Sale At Auotion.
On MONDAY, March 30th,
AT 12 O'CLOCK NOON,
I shall sell, at my Auction Kooms,
Three Parcels of Irrigated Cane Lands,
Situated In tlio Districts ofKaooliul, Muolca,
Koali, Island of Maul This Property Is nt
present lcand to tlie Reciprocity Sucnr Com
imny for a teim of ten jt'1"", from the loth of
Starch, IS'.)!, at nu anniinl icntal ofSIH.M
clear of taxes. There are 5Ji acres In tlio
land9and tliroui;li tliciu runs tlio nntcrsti)
ply for Hie Reciprocity Sufjar Company. A
magnificent Iincstmeut and rare clianee for
epceulatorB. Title perfect, fee dimple nnd
free ol all encumb'rauced.
Terms Cash In U S. Gold Coin. Deeds at
cpensu of purchaser. .
For anther particulars, apply to
W. S. LUCE,
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Reduced from $3 lo $2 per Doz
. y j if
rooms on Queen street, In Honolulu (unless
BT B""IUI Of sooner disposed or ut private sule) the follow-
fi" LaElerS Ji O, ''A't.aet onuTd,ofrubout,2,aoo acres In' feo
Hi uanivi v un. wwa Bhnpio sltuute nt Kolo nnd Olclomoanu 1 In
org. Boulli Kcjua, Island of Hun nil, nbout light
:: miles by n good road from IlooUena, one of
W ATPm TA TinnnmiT lb" largest Ullages In Kona. Tlu-io Isun ex
ANlRD rO BORROW i1clIenUa,,dl,,,B?1"ll,a ldltMlf Cruin where
.li.UU 1U UJlLJ VI thetolleeundothcrproduco could bo shipped
unci a good site Torn mill near tho himllng.
Flflv ueres ol'lniicl nrn In imiI,.. 1)m,,..i.i.. ...
O'B, MO.B.I5 !
For n tin in of '1'cu Veirs or moiu on Ileal
r.stitlo, nt n low ml of inUrost.
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Auction Sales by Jus. F. Morgan.
AUCTION SALE OF
On TUESDAY, March 24th,
AT 12 O'CLOCK NOON.
At my Salesroom, Qnceu street. Honolulu,
I will soil at 1'nblio Auction, by order of F.
W." JIoChoney, Esii., I'reBirtent of Tho
Woodluwu Company, slmrc in above Com
pany ns follows:
D llcCorriston, 6 Shares.
Geo Ttemblo, S bliures.
JAS. F. MUKGAN,
I -A.T MAKlia.
On SATURDAY, March 28,
AT 12 O'CLOCK NOON,
, At my Salesroom. Qneeu street, 1 will sell
ut 1'ubllo Auction, tlio following -
Valuable Residence Lots at Uahikl
1. Comer of Keeatimoku and Domlnis
sts. Froutajie ofaililft on Kceaumoku stiert,
and 130 ft on Domlnis nt. ContulnsO.lOJ
2. Adjoining No I on Domlnis street Frnn
tngoof liiO fiet on Domlnis (.treet, and 200
ft deep. Contains 20,000 si) ft.
a. Adjoining No 2 nn Domlnis uticet.
Froutai;e of I'M ft on Domtuls st, aoo ft deen.
Contains 20.000 sii ft. '
4. Corner of Domlnis and Kuunlo sts.
Frontage of 200 ft on Kewnlo st, nnd l.loft
on Domlnis st. Contains 20,000 ft,
5. Corner of Kewalo nnd lleulu sW.Front
age of 200 It on Kowalo st, and ISO ft on lle
ulu st. Contains 20,000 so. ft.
(I. Adjoining No 5 on Ileula st.IUO ft facing
on the street, i00 ft deep. "
Tho abovo Lots nrc situated In tlio Imme
diate vicinity of tho residences of V, V l'tter
son, Ksn, nud J (5 Kntliuell, Kbij;
The abovo Lots will all face the lino of tho
proposed Klectrlc ftallnay
This salo otrers one of the few opportunities
to obtain a line large Heshleiice Site In on ex
cellent neighborhood. The lots command an
iar Plans of tho property enn bo teen at
137" Fart of the purchase prico can remain
For further particulars, apply to
JAS. F. MOliG AN,
COFFEiS ESTATE AND LANDS
I am directed to sell nt Public Auction ou
ff- May 37, '96,
nils irclnck niicm nt s.i 1.1 ilnv t .. .i...
tlmuted there Is nbout seien buiidred nercs of
splendid cotroe land lingn!l on one block ou
both sides of the (lomimicnt lload, Klght
hiindied nercs l)lngnboe and to the Kastof
tliotociihuiiilrtducics above mentioned U
ii so uxcvllent land and although nt u higher
nllltmle U no doubt nlsowefi odiipleil.for
cotlieeultuie. The lowir land below Ihu
rolrco belt is silllaulo for pineapples and sisal.
llmuU p. lining house, storu nnd work
rooms, a (loi don's 1'ulper, luborcrs iiiiarlers
iiud wnti r tnnks nt tin. plantation, and tho
land 1 partly wijllid. Theiu has neverlnen
ii IiIIl'IH on this lund, iillhough coireewas
of Kuim Mho tlio lulu ), . Nuhliin. .1 w
Knaliim Mi mill othiT Iihmi te.llllid to t,i
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