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EVENING BULLETIN, MAKOH 10, 189GV
DlTRCAU OF Llll'CATIOX,
Honolulu, March 17, 1800.
Ttfi: HEQULAK EASTER V OATIOX
ofHlio Public Schools of the llepubllo of
Hawaii will bpgln rillDAY, April 3rd, and
continue until MONDAY, April 13th, 1S90.
My older o( the Hoard of Education.
JOHN F. S .OTT,
5i;? Evei))6 Bulletir,
DANIEL LOGAN, Editor.
MONDAY, MAECH 10, 1890.
Italy is bracing up well in tlio
faco of her tlisnstor nt Adcnvn.
"Residents of Pnnrhbrml nre
Avoudoiing i nothing is to bo
doao (.bunt roinoving the poudor
mngazino for two years more.
"What a world of anxiety would
bo saved about overdue steaiuors,
such b tlio Jliowora lately and
tho 11 io do Janeiro at latest Coast
advices, if thero was a eablo to
In an inteiuew Sir Audley
Cooto gave tho BULLETiN.doforred
today for want of apace, that ve
teran promoter made it clear that
thero is no prospect of any Paci
fic cablo legislation at tho present
bession of Congress.
Sermon on IlnpUtm.
In his discourse on "Baptism"
in tho Christian church Sunday
ovoning, Mr. Romig indicated on
a chart twelve points of agreement
between tho scriptural require
ments of tho rito and tho practice
of immersion, while thero waB
only ono thing- "wator" that was
indispensable to either pouring
or sprinkling. In answer to a
question ho claimed that Chris
tian uiiitv could only bo lealized
on the biblical basis adopted by
the Christian Church at its organ
ization sconty-iivo years ago.
That church had shown tho most
rapid growth of all tho denomina
tions, and now stood fifth in point
of numerical strength in Christen
dom. Thoio was an attendance
that filled tho church.
Tho Wall, Nichols Company
distributed a largo number of San
ITrancibco Calls andExaminers free
on Satnrdiy. Tho reason of this
was 'that threo of their newsboys
ivoro arrested under .tho statuto
which prohibits tho selling of
foreign goods without a license,
, the arrest being made on tho com
plaint of tho Hawaiian News Co.,
n rival firm Mr. Nichols prompt
ly bailed tho boys out and had them
distribute thoir papers gratis, by
which tho public reaped tho bons-
ht ot business rivalry.
Mill A lie ml.
By tho Australia today tlio
Pantheon saloon recoived tlio
usual largo consignment of En
terprise draft beer. This is tho
favorite beer of Honolulu and
doesn't need much advertising.
Its mildness and flavor speak
plainor than whole columns of
newspaper talk. More Entorpribo
is consumed in Honolulu each
month than all othor brands of
beer coiubinedv Tho quality is
such that patums of this favorite
bevorago will take no othor,
The 1'reiicli Dinner.
Tho Saturday ovoning dinnor
and dance at tho Eagle House
proved a success, a largo number
of peoplo attending. Next Sat
mday evening a regular Hawaiian
meal will bo served at 0, and
dancing begin at 8 o'clock, with
tho Kawaihau orchestra in at
tendance. j&. Grtijjj?
"rAitsov s.mui imssiMi.
IlMl(Ml-IICO ofttio Mipci liilciidcnl
of Vi'llilcr'n Ijitmbrr Ynril.
Notification was sent to tho
oflicoof Wilder &, Co. about 9
o'clock that "Parson" Smith, tho
superintendent of tho AVildor
lumbor yards, had not reported
for duty this morning. "V. C.
"Wilder caused a messongor to bo
soht to his house to find out if ho
was sick. Tho messongor return
ed with tho statement that Smith
had left homo Sunday morning
early with tho intontion of taking
n tramp up Pauoa valley and had
not returned. His room was visit
ed but ho had not slopt in it.
Mr. Wildor thou notified tho
police, and Captain llenkon and
bomo of his mounted men wore
sent up tho valleys. At 1:30
Captain ltonkon returned, having
been to tho summit above Pauoa,
but discovered no traces of tho
missing man. Tho other men had
not reported at that timo.
Smith had a habit of taking soli,
tary walks every Sunday and told
his wifo yesteulay ho was going
un tho Pauoa valloy if it did not
rain. If it rained ho should go
- At tho ofiico of "Wildor & Co. it
is feared that something has hap
pened to him, and fresh searching
parties aio boing organized to
look for him. v.
The ntlnnnl Ilullil.
Tho Kent, Ohio, Courier of Feb
ruary 28, in leporting a concert of
tho Hawaiian band, says: "Per
sons who aro good judges of tho
best music say that Prof. J. S.
Libornio expels oven Sousa as a
director, whilo ovory member of
tho band is an artist on his parti
cular instrument." Tho same
papor says tho pooplb thero ivoro
so eager to hear tho boys sing,
"Won't you bo my sweotheartV"
that many even demanded it
at tho baered concerts, much to
tho amusements of tho Ha
waiians. Anothor groat favorito
was tho Honolulu chestnut, "Ono,
two; throe, four." Professor Lib
ornio had composed a now picco,
calling it thu "MnssiHon March,"
and was going to distribute two
thousand copies to tho citizous of
Tho barkeutino "W. H. Dimond
and brigantiuo W. G. Irwin both
arrived at San Francisco tho sanio
day, 17 days out.
There will bo an open mooting
of tho Aniorican Loaguo at its
hall TOMOlittOW (Tuesday)
EVENING at 7:30, to which tho
public aro invited.
L. A. Thurston will dolivor an
address on tho Opium and Liquor
A. Li. M. Koijeutson, iU. li. U.,
on Asiatic Immigration.
Big Three !
Wo havo tho pleasure to nuuouuco tho
Agency of tho
San Francisco Chronicle
AYIiioli now gives us tho
San Francisco Dailies, viz.i
l"F Your choice ilulivcit.il byourierto
auy part of tho city.
Only $1.00 Per Month.
Yours to couiiuuiiil,
Wall, Nichols Company
HfiVE YOU TRIED IT?
JUST THE THING FOR BREAKFAST
Cooked Rolled Oa(s,
Tho origiiinl brand,
J-I ou.l tli Cn L JkVonomiaul,
))IIVmit lii-'in mill letter Imui uny other lrwul,
tiSXT 1'ui lo hi ul .t"ilinu (Irt)OMit,
33, PJQTJDHION & 00,
8 P, ACIIITO
iKNAHrs or lariouN'.
Mor Aurnt nji Tlipynro Nut Tre fitert
Unjustly III Riilfriiifr, ltrnlM.
David Kawananakoa, agent of
Queen Dowagor Kapiolaui, spoko
to a Bulletin roprosontativo
about a statemout in tho Advor
tisor to tho effect that her tenants
on Punchbowl were boiug unfair
ly dealt with in tho matter of re
newal of thoir leasos.
""Wlion thoy leased their places,"
ho said, "it was understood that
they woro to havo them for $25 a
year for five years. Tho lots aro
about an eighth of an aero. At tho
end of fivo years wo woro entitled
to raiso tho ront according to cir-"
"A man who has only ono Iioubo
is to pay but S25 still. Some,
hownvor, havo threo or for houses
on their lota, four which thoy col
lect from S3 to S7 a month each.
In this way thoy clear S2()0 or
SHOO a year. Thoy havo no right,
undor tho tonus of thoir leases, to
build houses for ront on thoir
lots. Yot wo havo not objected to
thoir having dono so, although, in
view of thoir advantages in that
respect, wo consider it only fair
to raiso their routs in tho now
Tho verdict of all thoso who
havo tried tho Seattlo beor at tho
Criterion is that it is palatablo
and does not overload tho sto
mach. The Guardianship
of a Watch mosssb
STRANGE that wo should
bo advertising our watch de
partment so much, when al
ready overy ono in tho islands
knows that WE ARE THE
PEOPLE for fine watch
work. But the point is just
this: Our perfect work is so
appreciated, that wo find our
present facilities are just a lit
tle too small to handle tho
largo volume of work with dis
patch; so we aro going to en
large tho1 department, and
WANT YOUR WORK also.
See tho point? Excellence
the top notch of perfection
that's tho magnet which draws,
and the only ono we use. If
you could only realize how
much worry we can savo you
by bringing your timopieco to
us in tho fiist place, you would
not hesitato an instant, when
thing's havo gone wrung, but
bring your watch to us at once.
Complicated work is our spe
cial dolight. Tho watch has
not yet been made, which wo
cannot handle in a propor and
workmanlike manner. Today
wo do all work which up to a
few years ago had to bo sent
away; in soniu cases even to
the factory where the watch
was made. No amount of
bragging on our part could bo
as convincing to you, as tho
great number of watches, of a
complicated order, which have
been perfectly repaired by us
in tho past few years and of
which the owners will tell you,
that they are PERFECTLY
Do you wish to bo convinced
of this. No better wuy than
to appoint us your watch guar
dians. IH. F. Wichmaii
H. HACKFELD & CO.
WE QFFEH FOR SALE
New ,", Shipment
(If tlm WtilMinwwii
Timely Topies T-
i jlj -
March 14, 1S96.
A church congregation down
in Sanders, Ky., was dismissed
most summarily under un
pleasant circumstances two
Sundays since. Right in the
middle of the preacher's dis
course there bolted into the
church through the half-open
door what appeared to be a
black and white cat, closely
followed by a yellow dog. Cat
and dog ran swjftly down the
middle aisle to the platform.
The preacher taken unawares,
did the natural thing, kicked
at the cat, hit it, and landed it
squarely in the middle of the
congregation. Then it turned
out that the cat was a skunk.
The rest of the story is left to
the imagination of the reader.
This week we want to call
your attention especially to the
Alaska Refrigerator and
give you a few items concern
ing its construction.
To give strength and dura
bility, an inside body, or frame
is made of well dried, matched
wood, to which hardwood
cleats are solidly nailed. Upon
these cleats the outer body, or
frame, is built.
The inner frame is made
from perfectly odorless wood,
and is lined with zinc. Po
lished as bright as a mirror,
presenting a very clean and at
All exposed wood, as under
the lids and about the doors,
is odorless tulip poplar,
thoroughly shellaced. This
makes the Refrigerator clean
Between the outer and inner
walls there is an inch and a
half space filled with Pure
Charcoal. There is nothing
so good in every way for fil
ling the space between the
two walls ot a Refrigerator as
The locks are entirety new
in principle, and are, without
exception, the best ever used
on a Refrigerator. They will
keep the door closed perfectly
tight, even if they were left
one-eighth inch loose
The hinges are very strong,
beautiful in design, and'made
expressly for The Alaska
All the trimmings are solid
brass, dipped finish, this being
the latest style in fine brass
From the results of tests
made during the past three
years, we are convinced that
the Alaska is the best Re
frigerator in the market, in
construction, in power to pre
serve perishables, in economy
of ice, and, in fact, in all the
points necessary to make them
first-class in every respect.
Hawaiian Hardware Co.
QppnHiio Bpiouluilu' JJnnk,
NO, 07 FORT f3TOTET,
ffttro 1 i hara
bj ti sj
Auction Sales by W. S. Luce.
Cane ,'. Lands
For Sale At Anotion.
On MONDAY, March 30th,
AT 12 O'CLOCK NOON,
I slmll fell, at my Auction Rooms,
Three Parcels of Irrigated Cano Lands,
Sltuntcd In tlio Districts ofKnpotiul, Muolca,
Konll, Islam! of Mnul Tills Property Is at
present leased to tlio Reciprocity Sugur Com
pany (or n tc:m of ten years, from tho I'Jtlt of
March, 18'li, at an annual trntat of 1 114.50
clear of taxes. There nre Co acres In tho
lands and through them runs thu unter sup
ply for the Reciprocity Sugar Commny. A
uiauniflccut Imcstmcut and rare cliunco for
speculators. Title perfect, feo simple and
free ot all encumbrances.
Terms Cosh In U S. (Sold Coin. Dcids nt
uxpcnsu of pmeliaer.
rorfuilU.'i particulars, apply to
W. S. LUCE,
d -T,1 'Viffi
j-i - . szr.tziwjtt..
I i .' I
A Lecture .
Reduced from $3 to $2 per Doz
WANTED TO -BORROW
OH MOIUS !
Tor n torm of Ten Years or mora oil Ileal
r.stute, nt ii low rata of InUioat.
"0. U. It.,"
HlUUTirur, COItNHH LOT, 100,200
(iii wlililn oiiN lilmilt of itiitiit'unn, wtm
ut UuU 14 li 1 1 .MmwmUr Hlimjn, iiwr )Iih
flilin iWW", 1hhm1hhi. 'IIIIk injftwl,
TI - IK :
Auction Sales by Jas. F. Morgan.
AUCTION SALE OP
On TUESDAY, March 24th,
AT 12 O'CLUOK NOUN.
At my Salesroom, Queen street. Honolulu,
1 1 win sen ai i-uoiio Auction, uy order 01 Jb".
. juuuuoMiey, ivsii., iiemcieiu OI Xuo
Woodlau n Company, shares lu auavo Com
pany as follows:
D- McCorriston, fi Shares.
(loo Tremble, 5 shares.
JAS. I?. Mui-tGAlST,
231 Dt ucHouccr.
On SATURDAY, March 28,
I AT 12 O'CLOCK NOON,
aiutj .imi-niuuiii, iuuuu niieut, 1 will boil
nt Public Auction, tho following
Valuablo Tvesidenco Lots at Makjki
1. Corner of ICecuiimoku and Uoinlnls
sts. Frontage orsooft on Keeuumol.u strert,
and lilt) ft on Domlnls st. Contains yfi.COU
2. Adjoining No I on Domlnls street Fron
tage of 1.JU feet on Domlnls strict, and SUl)
ft dicp. Contains 20,()0U kij ft.
li. Adjoining No 'J on Domlnls street.
Fronti!", nf TMll ft nn Ilninlnla ..t inii ft .1.....
Contains 20,000 mt It. '
4. Corner of Domlnls and Kewalo sts.
Kiontnyo of 10(1 ft mi Ivimnlnat n,..i m i r
on Domlnls st. Contains 20,000 s'u ft.
5. Corner of Kuualo and lleulu sKKront
acu of 200 ft on Kewalo st, and mo ft ou lle
ulu Bt. Contains 20.00J sij ft.
(1. Adjoining No fl on Ilcula st.lao it facln-r
on the street, iOU ft dieii.
Tho ubou Lots are fltuated In the Imme
diate vicinity of thu residences of K V l'eter
boii, Ksn, and J (1 Knthwell, Ksq;
Tho above Lots will all faco tho lino of the
proposed Electric Itailway
Thls salo offers ono of the few opportunities
to obtain a flnu larue Residence Site In an es
eellent neighborhood. Thu lotsiommaud an
J2T I'latis of thu property inn bo seen at
(37" I'rt of the purchase price can remain
For further particulars, apply to
JAS. F. MORGAN,
?n 'l Auctioneer.
COFFEfc) ESTATE AND LANDS
For Sale. .
I am diacted to sell at Public Auction on
Wednesday, May 27, '96,
at 13 o'clock noon ot said day at my sales
rooms on Queen stfeet, lu Honolulu (unless
sooner dlejio6ed ofut prhuto sule) tho follow
jnjr destribid propertj, namely:
A trutt ol lund of iiliout ii,'M0 aeres In fee
simple situate at Knlo and OlUomoana 1 lu
South Komi, Island of Hawaii, about eight
miles by a cood road from HooKena, one of
thu largest Magi s lu Komi. Thero Is an ex
cellent landing on the land Itself from n here
tho cotreu ami other produco could bo shipped
sndaKoodslto for a mill near tlio huidlnit
j l'lfty acres ol land aro lu colleo. Itomrlily es-
splendid coirco land lying all on ono block on
both sides of tho (lOicrniiiuitiload. Kltht
hundred acres ljlnoboio and to tho Lastof
tlio seitn hundred ucies nlmo mcutlouid U
i iiipu i-eein.ui. lami aim uimoiiL'li at a lilgliLr
altltudu U no doubt uli-o neil mlnpad for
coirLO culture. Tlio lower land below tho
i-iitiio belt Is siiltuiiliiliirpineapples and sisal,
'lliuuls a drIn lioutu, storo and work
looms, aOoiilou'H 1'ulper, laborers quarters
ami watir tanks at thu plmitatlon, and tlio
laud Is pin tly walled. Thuto has iievcrbioii
any blluMit on this laud, although cotreu was
' phintid a (treat iimnvjeaiun'.'i). Old nslduuts
of Kiiiiii ,u thu lulu I), H Nfchlnu, J.
KimliiioKii nii.t utlifm mu tuMlilul tu this
iiict. llmu I man linliery appiiiliiwnt to
OlelnmiiMim I. '
I Turm mkli or jxirl (if tho imii'lmio pilio
tan idiiirIii mi iiiiiitijiit.'iHiiiluiit in r lent pur
milium. Ih-nl. ami hIuiiiim nt the uxpeiue u
Aimtliiiriliu.iiiiwit) inn Imimwh hiiiI fur.
Iliw pfUmlnM uMiinwl mIiii) lt khiuk,
I , J. i AIOIIUAN,
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