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51 Evei)ii$ Bulletin,
DANIEL LOGAN. Editor.
T11UUSDAY, MAKCII 19, 1890.
ECONONY THE WOD.
Economy was s undoubtedly tlio
wntuhwonl of tho llouso of Bo
prcsoiittitives whoiijit took hold of
tlio Appropriation bill for salaries
and pay rolls passed down by tlio
Senate. This was right and it is
to be hoped will continue, through
out the consideration of tho re
maining part of the bill. Also, if
any of tho Benrcsentutives assent
ed to any itoins,for want of snflici
out enlightenment in their hurried
passage, thoy ought to subject tho
bill to another scrutiny on third
reading. This is tho principal part
of their duties, for which tho coun
try will hold them to tho strictest
account. Yet tho work of scaling
down exponses ought to bo done
intelligently. All partiality and
legislating for porsons should bo
nvoided. No important public
6orvico should bo crippled or
weakened for tho sake of saving a
littlo money, although every now
ollice, raise of salary and incrcaso
of pay rolls in block ought to bo
joalously investigated. Tho Gov
ornment's promiso to incrcaso tho
rovonuo by $'10,000, by means of
special measures, should cut no
figure iu tho case. Any surplus
can woll bo tised to rcduco tho
continually growing public dobt.
A Government has really no right
to estimate a surplus excepting
Tor such a purpuse, because a
surplus means that the people
Lave paid more taxes than tho
needs of the country required.
Thus far at this session of
Congress President Cleveland hns
vetoed only one bill, and it hns
Leon carried by tho House over
his veto by tho overwhelming
voto of 198 to 38, or 122 more than
tho requisite constitutional two
thirds. Tho votes to sustain the
President were all cast by Demo
crats. Tho bill authorizes tho
Governor and local authorities of
Arizona to lease tho public lands
of tho Territory for educational
purposes, and tho President's
objections wore that it did not
givo the Secretary of tho Interior
power to disnpprovo tho leases,
nnd did not throw proper safe
guards aiouud tho timber on the
lands. It was stated, on rocon
Bideration of tho bill, that it was
uimilar to ono passed by last
Congress for Oklahoma Territory,
nt tho request of tho Secretary of
the Interior; also that tho lands
proposed to bo lonsod woro now
in possession of cnttlomon and
others rent freo. Tho chairman
of the Public Lands committee, re
ferring to a statomont in tho veto
message, that tho bill had tho op
position of "influential citizens"
of Arizona, snid: "Naturally such
opposition would exist. Tho
cattle barons of Oklahoma pro
tested, yot tho law in that Terri
tory worked admirably." Presi
dent Clevoland wont wrong this
timo to all appearances.
Artificial llowers woro invented
by Italian nuns, inoy woro
used to docorato altars and shrines. '
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m:xitn:rrA iV coimr.
Trlnl or Appeals' of Opium Schooner
Tho Ikciprocity Sugar Co. by
its attorney, AV. B. Castle, has
sued out a potitiou for an injunc
tion against tho liana Plantation
Co. to stop infringement on its
It is stipulated between tho
parties, in lludolph Spreckols vs.
Paauhnu Plantation Co., that de
fendant's timo to answer may bo
OKtondod until twenty-four hours
after a decision by tlio Snpromo
Alfred AV. Carter's account as
trustee of tho Everett Estate shows
a balance dim hinmolf of $55.75.
Ilo nsks for approval and his dis
charge, also that J. A. Magoon
may bo appointed in his place.
Tho samo tictitionor, as guirdian
of F. V. Wenuor, a minor, exhib
its a balanco duo the ward of $52
and asks for discharge.
H. E. Mclntyro petitions for
tho appointment of David Dayton
as administrator of tho estate of
James Donnolly, decensod, who
loft personal proporty valued at
$200, and whoso hoirs aro un
known. Tho Supremo Court hoard argu
ment this morning on tho appeals
of tlio schoonor Henrietta and her
master, W. li. Anderson; libol for
confiscation of vessel and smug
gling, respectively. AV. A Kiuuoy,
barrister, snt on the caso with
chief Justice Judd and Justico
Frear in place of Justico AVhiting,
who, when Judge of tho Circuit
Court, co'ndomnod tho vossel. Attorney-General
AVm O. Smith,
appeared for tho Government,
and A. S. Hartwoll of
Hartwoll, Thurston k Stanloy for
tho defendants. T. Bain Walker,
British Vice-Consul, was prosont
at tho hearing, dipt. Anderson
with his four white snilora and
Chineso cook occupied tho prison
ers' bonch. At tho request of tho
Attorney General, who had an
important ongagoment at 1:550
o'clock, recess was not takon at
12 o'clock, so thatargumont might
bo concluded at that siting.
Trlnl lu i:capc.
Two sailors from tho Iroquois
who woro undor arrest at tho
polico station attempted to escapo
at 1 p. in. today. Thoy concealed
themsolves insido tho vault con
nected with tho prison yard, with
tho intention of climbing tho wall
after dark. Jailor Evans noticed
their absonco, however, and quick
ly forroted thorn out.
C. KLEMME & CO.,
Cash. -:- Grocers
Saturday, March 21st.
Fart StreBt & Chaplain Lane.
For Family Use !
Just Itoccivod, ox "C. C. Funk," ft cargo of
Wellington, Departure Bai), (Jo&I
Which is offered in quantities to suit.
2240 lbs. to the Ton.
WILDER & CO., L'D.
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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. Git
and dog ran swiftly 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 ol a Refrigerator as
The locks are entirely 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 llie 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.
Opposite SprookulH' Hank,
NO. 307 FORT STREET.
MAKOH 19, 189G.
Till! SKIV PUIII.IO M)AX.
Continued from Ut Page
formity with the said Act shall
not oxcoed (in addition to tho dis
count before named) two nnd a
half nor cent, on tho amount of
BUdh Bonds so purchased, issued
Section 55. This Act shall tako
effect from and after tho date of
talk on mi: ciMintr i.si,.vns.
IUaliniiii'f Jtolicrt Amlc-rauii Tell of,
III- Kxiii'i-liwicrn There. '
li il !.. .. r 11.- I
tw uiu prayor service ol 1110
First Mqthodist Episcopal Church
last night, Mr. Robert Anderson
gavo a very interesting talk on
mission work in tho Gilbert Isl
ands. Air. Anderson with a com
panion began work by making
tours from ono yillngo to another,
but found that tho work bo con
ducted was not permanent. Thoy
then settled down in ono village
and began work with very encour
aging results. Ho spoko of many
difficulties encountered in tho
work but chiefly thoso brought
about by tho example and inilu
enco or low whites who go to
those Islands and opposo any
thing which would load to tho
christianizing of tho people. He
nlso said that on ono of tho Isl
ands all tho Protestant churches
and properties wore destroyed by
tho lloruan Catholics. These with
tho antagonism of soma of tho
potty heathen kings of the differ
ent groups make tho life of the
missionary anything but pleasant
Mr. Andorson has roturncd for a
short timo in order to secure moro
workers and means for rapidly
advancing tho causo of christian
i'v in tho Islands near tho equator.
T ie Bpoakor impressc dliis audiunco
a j being 11 man of ability nnd very
deeply in earnest about his work.
What can 1 buy for a dollar ?
Try Wall. Nichols Co., you will
got moro than anywhere olso on
earth a Fischer Piano if you
guess correctly on tho candle.
Two moro chances to hoar tho
gifted singer Harroll at the Chris
of a Watch sass&i.
STRANGE that wo should
bo advertising our watch de
partment so much, when al
ready every one 111 tho islands
knows that WE ARE THE
PEOPLE for lino watch
work. But the point is just
this: Our perfect work is so
appreciated, that we find our
present facilities an- just a lit
tle too small to handle tho
large volume of work with dis
patch; so we are going to en
large tho department, and
WANT YOUR WORK also.
Seethe point? (Excellence
the top notch of perfection
that's the magnet which draws,
and the only one wo use. If
you could only realize how
much worry we can save you
by bringing your timepiece to
us in the fit sb place, you would
not hesitate an instant, when
things have gone wrong, but
bring your watch to us at once.
Complicated work is our spe
cial delight. Tho watch hns
not yot been unido, which we
cannot handle iu a propor and
workmanlike manner. Today
we do all work which up to a
few years ago had to be sent
awn", in some- cases oven to
the factory where the watch
was made. No amount of
bragging on our part could bo
as convincing to you, as tho
grout numbor of watches, of a
complicated order, which have
been perfectly ropaired by us
in the past t'uw years and of
which tho owners will toll you,
that thoy aro PERFECTLY
Do you wish to bo convinced
of this. No better way than
to'nppoint uh your watch guar
H. F. Wickman
Auction Sales by W. S. Luce.
Uy order of Mlt. J. P.. ItODltlGUES, I
uliall Bell, ut my Salesroom)),
On SATURDAY, March 21,
AT 12 O'CLOCK NOUN,
His Fine Grounds & Residence
Sitnnto oil Younc fltrect, opposltn
Tlio Houao contains l'urlor, 3 DeilroomR,
Diiilng-roon , Sowi g ltooni, l'uutry, Kit
chou, llutUroom, servants' Hoouib, otc, (ill
under oo cover.
Tho Lot is KOxlSO, planted with fruit unci
other ornomontal trees; a g od ciop of
gripes now on the wnett; artesian water
laid tlmiugliout tlio viiim nnd Iiuiibc, freo
forever, iih Mr. Kodngues owns n Hharo of
thu artesian well.
Thin i o' great object to intending pur
clusern. Tlio Ineo U now open for inupcc
tion. Kt'o bimple. Title perfect.
Terms half rash, Imlanro limy remain on
inur'gageim the place. Deeds ut expeUKO
Tor fuither p.uticnlars, apply to
Tho l'roporty must b sold, ns Mr.
rigiics is leaving tho Xbluuds.
fJSirOn rltimv, Mmch 27th, his
uoUhLiioLn rimsrum: will uk
SOLD, l'uitietiluis to appear Hhurtly.
Cane ,', Lands
For Sale At Auction.
AT 12 O'CLOCK jAjON,
I shall sell, nt my Auction Itooms,
Three Parcels of Irrigated Cane Lands,
Situated In the Districts of Knnohul, Muolea,
Koull, Island of Maul This Vroperty Is nt
present Icmd to the Reciprocity Sugar Com
pany for n tesm of ten Jiurn, Irntn the '.Uh of
March, lv.ll, ut an annual leutal ofII4..')0
clear of tnics. There are 6Ji acres In tho
lauds nnd through them runs the atcr sup
ply for the Reciprocity Sueur Company. A
liiiuinlllieut iuM'stuicnt and rnre chance for
speeulntois. Title perfect, lee bimple and
free ol nil encumbrances.
Terms Cash In U S. Gold Coin. Deeds nt
expense of pin chaser.
For fuither particulars, opplj to
W. S. LUCE,
Eagle -:- House
(Jno. MoLi:an, Prop.)
Nuunuu Ae., between Deietnulntiud School
ROOM AND BOARD:
Tor Day, Sl.fiO
Por Wool; U.50
llooum to lot without board if prefencd.
lT Dancing every rtatunluv with Kn
wiilhiiu Glue Club iu ntteiidnuto,
KTtUIC UN KINCI STlllilH'.
unrt ulubty ul Unlit, alluyHny iu rear.
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Auction Sales by Jan. F. Morgan,
AUCTION SALE OF
On TUESDAY, March 24th,
j AT 12 O'CLOCK NOjN,
I At my Ridowvini, Queen streot. Honolulu,
il will sell nt l'nblio Auction, 113- oidor of t
W. McClioMiey, Usci., President of Tho
WoodliiMii Company, aliuris iu ubjve Com
pany ns follows
MiCormton, ft Shares.
Geo Tremble, ft shares.
JAS. F. MuilGAN,
On SATURDAY, March 28,
AT 12 O'CLOCK NCOS',
At my Salesroom. Queen street, 1 will bell
ut i'utjlic Auction, tho following
Valuable Residence Lots at Makikl
1. Corner of Kceniininkii anil DoiulnU
tits. Froutniii- ol "Ufion Keiaiiinokuktrurr.
and I'M ft on DomluU nt. Coutiiiu"0.((k)
!. Adlolnlnc No I on DominU street Frou-
tnjro of RiU feet on DoinliiU street, and SOU
tt (U e)), (joutntns o.utni et( it.
;. Adjoining No - on Domlnln btrcit.
l'rontae of 1) ft on Dumlultf ot, Uod ft deep.
Contains L'll.UUU eij It.
4. Corner of Domluh and Kciraln sts.
Frontage of SOU It on Kewalo st, uml 130 ft
on DominU 8t. Contains "(),U0l) nj ft,
5. Corner of Kewalo nnd llculii sln.Front
n'u of uMO It on Kcualo st, and Rill ft on lle
ulu Ht. Contains UG.COD K ft.
II. Aeljoliiiiie: No .ri on lleula st.RJO It facing
on die street. '-0U ft deep.
Thcahoe Lot nro Mliintcil lu the Imme
diate ilUully of the rceliUnces of L W I'eter
son. K(,.aucl J (1 Riiihurll, Lii;
The ahou Lots will all face the Hue of tho
proposed Llcdile llalluii)
This sale oilers one of the few opportunities
to iilitalu a (lii'i Initio lUsliluicr Site In nn ex
ccllent nii,'hliorlivod. The lots command nn
iV l'lam of the property can bo seen at
R7" l'art of tho purchase price can remain
ror further particulars, apply to
JAS. F. MORGAN,
I nm directed to Bell ntl'iihlic Auction ou
Wednesday, May 27, '96,
at 12 o'cloek noon ol said day at my soles
looms iiu (Jueen sticet. lu Honolulu (unless
sooner disposed of ut private sale) tho lollow-
uu; ueneriueu properly, namely:
eil nronertv. i
A tract ol laud of uhout 'JM0 acres In fee
simple situate nt Kolo anil Olcloinonun 1 In
suuui ivun.i, isiunu ol JlnvMill, nuout clRht
miles iiy ii ooil rond from HooKemi, tmu o(
thu largest Mllugis lu Kona. There is an ex.
ccllent hiudlm; ou tho land Itself from where
the collco ami other produco could he shipped
inil a Komi site foru mill near the lunclliiL'.
Fifty ncrcs or land are In eollee. Roughly es
tlmuted there Is about seven hundred acies of
splendid eolfee laud ljluall on one block on
hothslilct of tho (io eminent Itonrt. Eight
hundred acres Ijlne; aboe and lo the Kastof
theseicn humlied ncies nhovc mentioned U
nlno icilli'nt laud nuil nlthouKh at n higher
nltltuilu Is no doubt nbowell ndnplcd lor
colfct culture 'llie loner land below the
eollee belt is siiltimle lor pineapples nnd sUal.
'HuruU a ilrjlnjr hoine, stole and work
rooms, a (iimhm'H 1'ulpi-r, luboiers' iiiiarlcrx
and tir Innlis ul thu plantation, mil the
land Is partly walled. Theio him iieerbien
liny bllulit on lids land, although uoireoMns
plitntedaL'iiat iminvjearsairo. Old resilient
of Kona like the late 1). II Nalilmi. J. W.
i KualinnKii and otlifrs liau testllled to till
,ai't. '1 lure Is n sen llslier iippuitciiuut lo
. QIIuiiiuhim 1 .
Terms cin.li or purl of Hie puichiuu ptlco
1 1 mi remain nn morluaixoiitelalil per ccni per
iiuiHim. Di-nU nnd 11111111 ut the expengg 0
' .,A i'laijof tli iirpinirly nn be .i.cn Biulur.
, Uier iwUIcuIhw ohinlnwl uUnyniln tvom.
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