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ON AND AFTElt THIS OATC, A
charge ol Ono Dollar 51 .00 par hour will
lift iniulo for tho uno of the Otloilas Exca
vator. By order of the Hoard of Health,
0. U. KEYXOLDS,
'ii7-.1t F.xccutivo Offlncr.
llutt'.n of Kdiu'ation,
Honolulu, March 17, 18111 J
THK 11KGULA11 EASTER VACATION
o'tlio Public Schools of the HepuMto of
H iwnil will hppin K1UDAY, April Hrtl, nml
continue untilMONDAY, April 13th, 1890.
lly order of tho Hoard of Education.
JOHN F. SCOTT,
5! Evei)ii) Bulletin
DANIEL LOGAN. Editor.
F1UDAY, MAltCII 20, 1890.
During tho brief stay hero of
Sir Audloy Cooto of Tasmania
last weok a representative of this
paper had sovoral conversations
with him oil tho subject of tho
Pacific cable It is well-known to
our lenders that ho had boon in
the United States for somo ten
months for tho purpose of secu
ring for cable com pan ios represen t
od by him recognition from the
United States Government as com
petitors in any scheme for laying
ii cablo across tho Pacific by
privato ontorpribu. "When mot on
tho deck of tho steamer Monowai,
immediately after that vessel
docked, it was easy to see that Sir
Audloy wns returning homo from
his mission disappointed. Ho
shook his head when asked if
there wore any now or favorablo
developments before ho loft Wash
ington, and said that positively
nothing would bo dono about a
cable at the present session of
Congress. Nothing, in fact, could
bo hoped until after tho presiden
tial election. In about six weeks
Congress would adjourn until
nfter tho national nominating
conventions of tho different par
ties, and not ono Senator in ton
could say whether Congress would
assemble again in August or in
December. Sir Audloy said ho
had made a proposition that could
not bo paralleled to tho United
States Government, which was
that, if it would link together San
Francisco nml Honolulu, tho com
panies ho ropresontcd would liuk
together Honolulu and Japan. It
Wis impossible to obtain any at
tention from leaders of either
party, however, as neither tho Re
publicans nor tho Lomocrats
would take tho responsibility of
adding any now thing outailing ex
penditure to its program beforo
tho presidential election Pacific
cable, Nicaragua canal or any
thing olso. Just before his btoam
or sailed tho same night, after Sir
Audloy had hold a con
ference with Hawaiian Min
isters, ho suid that ho hud grown
gray in tho promotion of a Pacific
cablo, but ho bolieved ho would
give Honolulu a cable to Japan
beforo ho passed oil" tho scene.
JEib intention was to proceed to
Japan after a brief robt at his homo.
Oublo communication with San
1!W. i B, .
Frnncisco is oviilontly far off. It
nmy ho montioucd tknt Sir Audloy
nmy uo mentioned unit oir Aimioy
Cooto matlo common causo with
i Col. Z. S. Spalding in "Washing
ton, and kept m continuous
touch with tho Hawaiian Lega
tion. Witli roferenco to Mr. Wilson'
lottor it should bo recalled that
ho had tho author of tho Stav's
atrocious libel orrestod repeatedly,
but on each occasion tho authori
ties blocked tho course of justice I
to savo tho culprit.
rui: Hawaiian coititi:cTi:n.
Enrroit 13uu.ctin: On jingo
(! t2 of tho December number of
Julion D. Iluyuo's magazine ap-
pears tho followinc: "If any re-1
fntiitinn of this worn upceHHiirv.
other than knowledge of tho fact
S 'SrKS8 !," Z :
Hawaiian Star three years ago)
"was published in tho interests
of missionary rule in Hawaii, in
tho year of grace 1895 tho same
gentlemen who invented and cir
culated the lie employed Wilson
as thoir agent to tako charge of
and safely keop thoir Queen."
First of all, I absolutely repu
diate and dony tho infamous alle
gations and insinuations contain
ed in tho Star extract, and brand
them as foul and wilful lies.
Secondly, 1 totally dony that I am
or have been employed to tako
caro of and safely keep tho Queen.
To secuie tho ex-Queen's release,
from hor confinement in tho
palace, I offered my personal
guarantee to tho Govornmont, that
should faho bo permitted to freely
reside in her home, amongst hor
own attendants, thero would be no
political designs carried on thero.
Tho ex-Queen was released short
ly after and was pormitted to re
sido at Washington Place, and I
resided in the adjoining promises
with my wife, 'so that I might if
necessary bo nblo personally to
truthfully assuro tho Government
that tho pledgo had been faithfully
carried out to tho lottor in case
any suspicion should ariso that
that it was being broken. They
neither employed mo nor offered
to employ me, nnd in so far Mr.
Hayno's statement to that effect is
false and in its present form liablo
to creato an impression of my
conduct in tho matter injurious to
mo. C. Buiinltte Wilson.
NKAKLY AN ACCIDENT.
A lli'ioy Holler llicaka tlio ltoudnuy
l u Ilrliluo.
Ab ono of Ilustaco's big four
horso teams was drawing a heavy
boiler over the King streot bridgo
this morning, tho hind wheel of
tho truck sank through tho plank
ing of the roadway but caught on
ono of tho cross pieces beneath.
Tho wheal was raised by moans of
jiickscrews and the load sent on
its way to tho depot without fur
tlior mishap. The boiler woighed
over six tons.
Minislor King told a Bulletin
reporter that tlio lunibor lor ro
planking tho bridgo has been on
tho ground for somo time awaiting
tho ploasuro of Suporintondont
important I.iiiul Sule.
It should not bo forgotten that
an important land salo will tako
place at tho lront entrance ol t lie
Judiciary Building tomorrow at
12 o'clock noon.
Two valuable tracts of govern
ment land will bo sold at public
auction, notably a tract of about
four and ono quarter ncres at Ka
lihi, tho upset price of which is
$2000. The othor is a two and
ono half nero lot at Maalo, Kaupo
By using Seattle beer you got
something mild and light, easy to
digest and nutritious. On draft
at tho Critorion.
HflVE YOU TRIED IT?
JUST THE THING FOR BREAKFAST
Cooked Rolled Oal.s.
Tlio origin 'I hrunil.
I i cMi.lrh I ill. K'Mjjintnicml.
DifTorvut fiuui HH'I Iwttui lhiii any ntlier hhiii-l.
j&" ', u by Ml I j- idiiiH (liiiimr.
1PIIAXTK 1. FUT13J?SON fe QO.
March 14, iB)6.
A church congregation down
in Sanders, Ky., was dismissed ,
most Summarily tinder till-
pleasant circumstances tWO
, , . n. , . . .,
blindays SinCC. Right 111 the
middle of the preacher's dis-
course there bolted into the
church through the half-open
(J0or what appeared to be a
, . , , i-. ,, t.i..
VlALVi aim Willi
followed W a yellow dog. Cat
.! g rf swi(v the I
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 tjie 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 lelt
one-eiglitn men loose.
The hinges are very strong,
beautiful in design, and made
expressly for The Alaska
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All the trimmingS are SOlld
hmss. HinnfH finish this homer
w. w, .rf.w ......,, i.wj inj,
style in fine brass
r- il. . f 1 r 1 .
rrom ine results or tests
made during the past three
years, we are convinced that
the ALASKA is the best Re-
frigeralori in the market, in
constiuction, 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.
li an t isd,
Opposlto HjiiiioI'uIb' Unuls,
NO. 307 POUT 6TOTDT.
thr sri:A.fii:n khii ion.
It Will Imi Arcniurmiilril 1V n Vnlimfolo
The stcamor edition of this pa
per will bo issued promptly at
I noon tomorrow, and will contain
j in condensed form all tlio nows of
tho islands since tho departure of
tho Alameda on Mnrch Gth, to-
6ot,lor, wiJ' "l0 "sual 8U,m,mry oC
Thcro will bo'issucd wilh it in ,
temperature record for 181)6. This I
record gives tho temperature at
llonolnln for each day of the '
year, taken at On. in., 1 p. m. and
in foroian countries as it is, above
n11 ol,lor l)rilltwl mutter ovor.sent
out from hero, a convincing argu-
input to tourist and invalid ot tho
salubrity of our unparalleled
It. Castlo. Extra copies will bo on
salo nt tho business office of tho
Evening Bulletin, G09 King
street, and nt all tho nowstands at
At llio Eacln Home Tomorrow Xlfflit.
John McLean will give a gonu
ine Hawaiinn diunor at tho Eaglo
Houso tomorrow night, having
engaged a first class Hawaiian
cook to proparo it. Aftor tho
banquet there will bo dancing
from 8:110 until 12. Bofroshmonta
served during the evening. Those
littlo informal hops aro becoming
more and more popular and tho
reputation of tho Eaglo steadily
improves. Mr. McLean is deter
mined to havo a first-class house
or none. '
Dt'liiori't ITICilal CoiiIcnI.
A Domorest medal contest will
bo hold in Y. M. C. A. hall Satur
day evening, March 28th, under
tho auspices of tho Y. W. C. T. U.
Thcro will bo six contestants
two from Kamohumoha school,
two from tho ltoynl school and
two from tho Chineso school.
There will be music and singing
in addition, and tho public gener
ally is invited.
of a Watch.
STRANGE that wo should
bo advertising our watch de
partment so much, when al
ready every ono in tho islands ' n usuiini,i) i'unTnmn will
kllOWS that WE ARE THEi01'"- lV.lnl.l.. appear nLortly.
PEOPLE fi.r lino watch
work. But th point is just
this: Our perfect work is so
appreciated, that we find our
present tacihties are just n lit
tle too sum
of wnrkwitii dis-
patch; so ,we two going to en-
arge tlie department, and
WANT YOUR WORK also,
i y0 the point? Excellence
; tlio top notch .if perfuctun
that's the manict which draws.
and tho 011I3' one wo use. If
J'OU Could Only realize how
much worrv we Pllll snvn vmi
muoii w iu 13 m l cuu sin O (U
by brillgmj' yoiir tuilOI)ieCO to
1 .1 r 1 1 1
, US 111 the fllSt nlllCO, 'OU Would
, nnfc liuMtnl-n tin insf.niit-, wlinn
tlllllf'S liaVO "'Olie wrnnir llllf.
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brillir Vour Wlltcn tO US at OUCO.
I -1 I 1 1 I
ompncntca won; isourspe -
cinl delight. The wntoh has
, ot yet been made, which we
, cannot handle iu a proper and
workmanlike manner. Today
' wo do nil work which up to a
1 tuw years ago hud to bo sent
! away; iu some cases even to
the factory where the watch
made. i'o amount ot
bragging on our part could bo
as convincing t(J you, as tho
groat nuinber of watches, of 11
complicated order, which have j
boon portectly repaired by us
in the v.bt tow j'enrs and of
which tho owners will tell you,
that they aro PKHFECTLY
Do you wish to be convinced
of this. No butter way than
lo' appoint ii yuiir watch yimi'
(linns. H, 3?. Wiohman
Auction Sales by W. S. Luce.
Valuable , Homestead
order of Mil. J. 1. KODUIOUES, I
linll sell, itt my Salesrooms,
n,, ? A TTTUTl AV Afnrnli Ol
Utl & A U i,U. X , lUarcll J, 1,
AT 12 O'CLOCK NOON,
His Fine Grounds & Residence
Sltuuto ou Young street, opposite
Tho Houao contains Parlor, .1 Bedrooms,
Diulng-rooii , Scwl g llootn, l'untry, Kit
chen, Bathroom, bervunts' lloomg, etc., nil
under o. o cover.
Tho Lot is COxloO, pluutod with fruit nnd
other ornntuuntal trees; n giod ciop of
onpes now on tho vines; artesian wntor
Eiid throughout tho yard and houso, freo
forever, as Mr. Uodngues owns u shuro of
tho artesian well.
This is o' great object to intending pur
chasers. Tho lute is now open for inspec
tion. l;eo simple. Titlu perfect.
Terms half cash, balance msy remain on
tnoiigiigu on tho plueo. Deeds ut uxpuuso
Kor fuithcr particulars, apply to
V. S. LUCE,
Tho Property must !) sold, as Mr. Kod
rigucs is leaving tho Islands.
7Ou riUDAY, March 27th,
i W AiN Ju , , J i A IN JJb
For Sale At Auction.
On "XrOVlAY Arnrnli 'XMh tui !,l,1,ul" " I'11" "-' i Iteslde-neoSlle In an ex
VJI1 iMVJiN Ut., iMIirCll OUtll, celleut m-lgliliorUuod. Tlio lots command an
AT 12 O'CLOCK NOON,
I shall sell, at my Auction liooms,
Threo Parcels of Irrigated Caae Lands,
I Situated In the Districts of ICapohul, Muolca,
KUH. Iiand of .Maul This 1'rope-rty Is nt
I j)rc,tfI k.asul t0 t)l0 Hcclproclty Hi'iiur Com-
i'miyforateimof tenjeurs, from tho .yth of
jiurcn, low, ill 1111 iiiiMiiiii le-nini ni c-ii- iu
clear of lwi. TI.e-ro aie n acres In the
1"'"' '". thrrnti;!. thuu ruiib the MUer mii.-
muKiilflceut lincstment and rare chaiiec for
uy iur iue reciprocity eucar uom
1 epecnlators. Title perfect, fi-o simple and
. free ol ull encumbrance.
1. Tcrms-cah in u s. Gold coin
For fuithcr partlmlais, apply to
W. S. LUCE,
For Family Use I
Just Itccciu-d, ex "C. C. I'iuiIc," it o.iiyo of
Wellington, Departune BmJ, Coal
Which Is offered in (nialitllk-s to suit,
2240 lbs. to tho Ton.
DRMVKItY KIMS I?.
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Auction Sales by Jas. F. Morgan.
AUCTION SALE OF
On TUESDAY, March 24th,
AT 12 O'CLOCK NOUN.
At my Snlosroom, Queen streot. Honolulu,
I j will Hell llt 1,nb,)0 Anolloili hy onltr of F.
W Mofllinu.iilt Tli1 Prast.lAtil nf HM...
, Woodlnwn Company, shares iu above Com
pany u follows:
! D- McCorriitou, 5 Shares.
I Geo Tiemlile, 5 bhari'8.
JAS. ii MOKGAN,
On SATURDAY, March 28,
AT 12 O'CLOCK NOON,
At my Salesroom. Queen street. 1 will sell
I nt l'ublio Auction, tho following
I Valuable Residence Lots aV Makiki
I 1. Corner of KeciujinoUu and Domlnls
sts. Frontage- ofimi ft on Kceuunoku utrert,
and liiO ft on Uomlnls Bt. Contains UO.liOU
2. Atljolnlug No I on Domlnts street Fron
taj;o of CIO feet on DomltiU street, and 'MO
ft deep. Contains 20,UUU ti ft.
8. Adjuintiu; No 2 ou DomlnU street.
Frontage of 11 ft on DomluU st, L'uU ft deep.
I Contains L'lt.uoUixi It.
I 4. Corner of Domini and Kcualo sts.
! Frontage of i.'0i) It on Kennlo" st, and 13i) ft
ou uomiiHs st. ijouiaiiiH -li.UOU K ft,
5. Corner of Kcualo and Ifeulu sts.Front
bko of MO It ou Kewalo st, imd 10 ft on He
ulu st. Contains 'Jti.OOJ sq ft.
0. Adjoining No 5 on Ilcula st.IRO It facln"
on the street, lOO ft deep. "
Tim above I.nU nreflluntcd In the Imme
diate tlclnlty of the reIde-ne-ei of K VV Peter
son, Ksn, and J 0 ltotliwell, Khj
The aboe I.oU will all fueo the lino of the
promised Electric llallv.aj
This sale oilers one of (lie few imnnrim,1il,.a
ST rluns of the property can be pecn at
tif I'nft of the purchase price can remain
For further particulars, apply to
JAS. P. MORGAN,
I am directed to sell at Public Auction on
Wednesday, May 27, '96,
at la o'clock noon of eald day at my palca
room tin Queen Utt-et, In Honolulu (unliaa
boonerdUnosed of at private utile) the follow
iiifl deserllu-d propcrtj, namely:
A tract ol land of about 8,aot) acren In fee
Btmilo situate at Kolo and Olelomoaua 1 In
South Koua, Inland of Haw nil, ntiout clsht
inllen bj a (jooil road from llookena, 0110 of
tlio lurtft'Kt villages in Knim. 'Iheio lb an ex
cellent liiiidlnir on the land Itoclf trom where
the collie and other produce could he shipped
nnd a uood Bite lor a mill near tho luiidiiiL'.
Fifty acres or hind are In cotlee. Itoiiiruly es
timated thero Is aliout seven hundred acres of
splendid colTee land ljlnp;all on ono block on
both sides of the (ioM-rnnient Koad. Klirht
hundred acres lyliu; above and lo the Kastof
tho eeeen hundiid ai-u-s uboM- inenllonedU
aim i-M-tlleiit laud and ulilioiit'li at n biyui-r
altitude Is no doubt also w ell adiipte-d for
cuirco culture. Tlio Inner laud l,clovv the
coffee belt Is silllaiilefnrplnciiiples and sikal.
'lh-re Is a dijlnj; house, store and work
rooms, nOordou'a l'ulpcr, I.ibours' iiim tcra
and t-tir t-uk. uttU iil.iiilaliiin, nun uiu
laud is partly walled Tlimu has netcrbeeii
any blli;l:t on this hind, iiIIIioukIi coire-uwas
planted n ejrt-at inanvjcaisairo. Old residents
of Koua like tlio lute 1). II Nnlilnu, .1. W.
Kiinlmokii and ollieiii have tttillcil In tliU
fiu'l, linn) l,i sea Ilshery nptmrienunt to
OkhiiuiiiiiiM I ,
Termi cash or part of lliu puicliusu prlto
ran reinslii on iniirKHK0Hleluhl per icui per
nuuiim. Dmts and stampi n( tin- eviu n.J i
A iBKiitiflliHproiwrty en Uisunuud lui
llw rwnlulr oliftilaiK nHiiysali.. i,,m,.
J. V. M011UAN,
i BH'UI AutilBBwr.
WILDER & CO., LU
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