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EVENING BULLETIN, MAItOH 25, 189G.
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Otncis ok tub lioAiiu op Health,
i. Honolulu, Mnrch 20, 1890. J
OK AND AFTER THId DATE, A
ohm (j- vt Olio Dollar $t'.00 por hour will
be intuit; (or tho vine o( tho Odorlcsa Exca
vator, By order of tlio Board of Health,
C. 11. REYNOLDS,
S37-!tt " Executive Officer.
Bum ait of Education,
Honolulu, March 17, 1800. J
THE REGULAR EASTER VACATION
of tho Public Schools of the Republic of
JLivvull will begin FRIDAY, April 3rd, Mid
ooiitinne until MONDAY, April 13th, ISO I.
Dy order of tho Bonn! of Hlurnlinn.
JOHN P. SCOTT,
5! Eucpiij Bulletin,
DANIEL LOGAN, Editor.
WEDNESDAY, MAE. 25, 1&9G.
THE REGISTRATION ACT.
Our correspondent who writes
about tlio Begistratiou Act can
not convict this paper o neglect
to give publicity to tho matter.
Boforo tho bill was printed tho
Bulletin gave a complete synop
sis of tho corresponding bill of
1892. Thoro was not tho slightest
response of dissent to tho measure
from tho public, and tho bill slid
through its second reading tho
test stage in tho House of Bep
reseutatives without a ripple of
opposition. When it came up for
third rending nnd was opposed
by two members of tho Cabinet
nnd only defended by ono, this
papor gave a full report of tho
debute thut took placo in the
House. There was a delay of sev
oral days beforo tho final vote was
taken, yet neithor our present
conopondent nor ' anyone else
Baid a word in tho meantime.
What inference could bo drawn
from such unvaried silence than
that tho public gavo an indifferent
consent to the measure? Prob
ably most people consider that
compuloory registration, with
tho obligation on every
freeman to carry a cer
tificate of his idontity about
with him, is needed to complete
that brilliant constellation of laws
that illuminate Hawaiian freedom,
namely: the passport law, tho
contract labor law, tho press cen
sorship laws, and tho dangerous
persons la'w. If there aro any
considerable number of porsons
who are as apprehensive of the
pending measure as our present
correspondent, they ought lo
speak quickly boforo tho Senate
takes action or olso hold thoir
Lately a now storo v,ns taken
by n fruit dealer. Ho assorts that,
when ho wont to pay his half
yearly water rate from January 1,
he was informed that ho would
Love to pay the delinquent rato on
tho premises for the previous year,
and if ho did not como up with
the money tho water would be cut
off. Naturally ho thinks the reg
ulations of tho wator bureau aro
curious, and, according to his
showing, everybody but their
authors will think tho same thing.
The polico havo been 'around
this morning making tho regular
inspection of scnlos and weights.
POUTt)(3USK IN 1'HOCI.SHIOX.
About Novell Hundred t'onvry n l'etl
tlon to tlio I.cgMntiire,
At half-past ton o'clock this
morning a procession of Portu
guese mon marched up King
street nnd to tho front of tho
Executive building by tho front
gato. They woro headed by tho
twonty-ono mdmbors of tho cen
tral committeo of tho United Por
tuguese Socioty of Hawaii. Tho
procession having halted, tho com
mittee asconded tho Bteps and
woro rccoivod in tho hallway by
H. E. Cooper, Minister of Foreign
Affairs. A largo number of spec
tators had gathered on tho vornn
da and in tho hallway to witness
tho novol sconu, while many ies
.and little ones of tho procession
ists woro assembled about tho
gato. There was also a crowd of
all nationalities on Union Bquure.
J. M. Vivas was spokesman of
tho committeo and in u few words
presented tho Minister with a pe
tition, tho prayer of which is
given in our report of tho House
of Representatives. When Min
ister Coopor had in a polite man
ner acknowledged tho recoipt of
tho document, the members of tho
committee bowed and retired.
They again took their placo at tho
head of tho procession, which im
mediately marched out of tho
Tlio preamble of tho petition
recitcB how tho Portugueso came
to this country to assjstt in tho
development of its industrii'b, that
they had eithor brought or raised
families here, that they woro far
from home, as well as from othor
lands where tlioy might find em
ployment, and that the largo
number of Asiatics introduced hud
made employment so scarce and
wages so low that whito men could
no longer provido adequoto sub
tonauce for their families. There
foro thoy prayed to have Asiatic
immigration stopped, tlio tax laws
equalized, and means devised for
protection to whito laborors and
I'nlntt of Appeal
Gilboit I Little, attorney for
plaintiff and appellant in tho suit
of Joseph Vierra vs. Gulstau P.
Eopcrt, Bishop of Panopolis, and
Emil Very, has filed seven
"Points Belied Upon" iu tho ap
peal. This is tho cuso of specitic
performance, which, with a
counter-suit of ejectment, occupied
nearly a week at tho recent Cir
cuit Court term at Hilo, and was
decided against Vierra by Judge
Company B. elected two now
members last night.
Orchestral ;- Csncert
.... BY THE . . .
Y. M. 0. A. Orchestra,
Y. M. CJ. A. IKAB.Ii,
Thursday Evening, April 9th.
SJS7" Tickets. CO Cents. Programme
ffaikiki Beach Property
(Adjoining tho R?3ideuco of Jas. B. Oallls.)
5i3G of Lot, 150300 Feat.
ETsf' For particulars, apply to
HfiVF. YOU TRIED IT?
JUST THE THING FOR BREAKFAST
Cooked Rolled Oats.
Tho criginiil bntud.
Dlllureiit from nnd bolter llinu any othor liatnl.
fjCt" Komalii by nil LwuIIiik OroerK.
FRANK B, PETERSON & CO.
ti 1 AU15NTH
March 14, 1896.
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 yellowMog. Cat
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 ziric. Po
lished as bright as, a mirror,
presenting a very clean and at
AH 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 incli 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 of a Refrigerator as
The locks are entirely new
in principle, and are, (Without
exception, the best eer 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 t ice, and, in fact, in all the
points necessary to make them
first-class in every respect.
Hawaiian Hardware Co.
Opposite Sprcohola Bank,
NO. 307, FORT STREET,
Inrso ncnllcitlon from Toiminna E.
tiitFAppcnl In nimoiitl IMiite.
Tho inhoritanco tax on Lihuo
plantation stock and roalty of tho
cstato of tho lato Kato L. You
mans, who died atRidgefiold,Con
uccticut, amounts to S7G07.85, and
was paid into tho Judiciary Clerk's
Judge Carter tho othor day do
cidod that tho dovieeos of tho lato
Mrs. Ann Maria Dimond, being
her grandchildren, woro liable to
tlio inheritance tax on tho proper
ty devised. The property consists
of tho Dimond block in King
street, in which John Nott's sloiu
is situated, and it lias been valued
by the judicial appraisers at $14,
000. on which tho tax is 8700.
Henry "Watorhouso and Julia
H. Watorhouso, tho oxecutors
of tho estate, havo appealed
against tho decision. Tho statute
prescribing taxation of inheritan
ces passed in 1892 exempts tho
father, mothor, husband, wife,
child, brother, sistor, wife or wid
ow of a son, tho husband of a
daughtor, or any child adopted iu
conformity with law, or corpora
tions exomptod by law from taxa
tion. In tho case nt bar tho in
heritors aro tho children of Mrs.
Henry "WatorhouBO and of Mrs.
Sarah Kinney, both daughters of
tho testator. Judge Cartor adopt
ed tho principle that grandchildren
aro not exempted from paying tho
tax under tho statute.
Results of Honesty.
"My watch is giving mo tho ut
most satisfaction; I actually bo
liovo it does not vary a second
during tho week."
Pleasant remarks these. Just
the kind of balm a watchmaker
noeds occasionally to keep up
his spirits. For you know
working till day on n high
stool, a glass firmly screwed
into one eye, looking nt objects
so minute it takes a microscope
t' d st'iiguisb them, is not tho
plasantest occupation which
could fall to tho lot of man.
3o it's no wonder a fellow
gets all out of sorts occasion
ally, and then it's the timo a
few remarks like the above
does what all tho patent medi
cine in tlio world could not ac
complish, cheers up, makes
things look brighter, the next
job goes all the smoother.
Speaking of the above watch:
It was an old one. Tho Wearer
had used it steadily for forty
years. Id had run enougli;had
rovolved its wheels so long and
steadily, that nt last it was
tired out. Tho pivcts were so
worn, the wheels just wobbled
and wobbled, then stopped al
together. What was to bo
done? Throw it away? Get a
new one. Yea, but tlio wearer
valued it fur its associations, it
was as dear to him as hs best
friend ;so nothing would do but
build it all over as it were, re
new the parts, put some go
into it. That we accomplished
it to the outire satisfaction ot
the owner, his remarks above
would surely leave no room for
doubt. And wo enn do the
same with yours, sometimes
they g' a little too far, and tho
cost for reconstruction is too
much, but generally no work
is too intricate fur us. It is
that which wc brag about,
complicated work is our strong
hold. Isn't it reasonable now
to suppose that w'o aro better
able- to do your less intricate
work? "Wouldn't it bo safer to
give us the- custody of your
watch altogether, no matter
what tho trouble, and havo a
feeling of certainty as to its
H. F. Wichman
A DIVIDEND WILL 1W 1UT. AND
pnynblu on llio Ciiptiul Htoolc of tlio Ha.
wntliiu Hmrw Comimtiy, nt tho Ofllea of
Win. Ci. Irwin k (Jo, on WKDNliSJMY,
April I, lblMl, Tho kluuk IkioIch of the
(.'umpiiny will Im iIohoiI to tiuiifnt from
iiwiu hafiiiilii), March 2lllli until Aiuil I Ml.
fcweUry II, H, fo,
Auction Saks hy Jas. F. Morgan.
On WEDNESDAY, April 8,
AT 12 O'CLOCK NOON.
At my Salesroom, Queen street,
I will sell at Public Auction
At Manoa, opposite tlio Punahou
Property, and near tho
junction of tho two
Tho Lots command a
of tho Ocean and City.
A Map of tho Property can bo
seen on Pago 10 of tho Evening
This will bo an excellent op
portunity to obtain a suburban
residence site adjacent to tho City.
BSF" Por further particulars,
2C0 Lit uctiouecr.
AUCTION SAIiE OF
TOMORROW, March 26th,
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M
At the ltenideuCo of Miu A. E. MUItl'lIY,
corner K1(J und Ketnuuioku utveotB, I will
Bell ntl'iibha Auctiou,the Houbeliolil Fur
Wiokor lMrlor Set, Oak ltokew,
Eiuel, Onk uml llitttnu Conter Tablos,
l.nifto Contor nnd Sofn ltui',
ENaRA.VIHGS, WATER CQLQRS,
IlmiKiug LapipH, XJpholstercd Divan,
1'orUeni, l'inuo Lnuips,
Oak Bedroom Sets,
Ouk Wiirdroho, llnlticases nnd
Mosquito Nutu, Unit EsitcuHlon
Dlnini; Tnhlo, Onk Bideboanl,
Dinner nnd Ton Set, Ulmtiwnre,
I Redyrood SIoys and Ulansils,
lUfriKOiiilor. Monl 8(,
Claulou Tooirt, Etc, Htu,
230 111 Auctioneer,
A 5 Nj. V
TI - IK
Auction Sales by Jas. F. Morgan.
On SATURDAY, March 28,
AT 12 O'CLOCK NOON,
, At uiy Snlcsroom. Queen Btrcct, 1 will ecll
nt rii bUo Auction, llio following
Valuable Residence Lois at Maklkl
i 1. Corner of Kveaumokti nnd Domlnls
Ms. Fruntnev ofaoilft on Kcc.iutnoku strcrt,
mul IiiU ft on Domlnls el Contains aO.DOO
2. Atljolnlni; No I on Domlnls street Fron
tnjjcof i;JU feet on DomliiU street, anil 20C
ft deep. Contains 2G.0UU sq ft.
n. Adjoining No 3 on Domlnls street.
Frontnu'o of 180 ft on Domlnls M, !MO ft deep.
Contains 2(J,M)ll to, It.
i. Corner of Domlnls nnd Kcttalo sts.
FroutnKO of 200 It on Kunnlo t, uml 130 ft
on Domlnls st. Contains l'O.UOO eq ft,
5. Corner of Kunalo nnd lleulu sU.Front
nfe of 200 ft on Kowalo st, mid ISO ft on lle
ulu st. Contains 2U,(XMq ft.
1 (I. Adjoining No 5 on Heulast.KiO It fneln"
on tlie stnet. 100 ft deep.
. Tlio iilmtu Lot are. limited In tliuimmo
dlato vicinity of tlio resiiknees of E W l'cter
son, ln,nnd J (1 ltothuell, V.m
I Tliu ndou Lots will nil fnto the line of the
proposed Kleitrie Itallunj
This sulu oliVs ono of tlio few opportunities
to out.tlu a tlno loiuu Itcslduicc Site In nn ex
cellent ueluliliorliood. Tho lots Lomniaiid tin
IStf l'lans of tlio property cau bo seen nt
Gf- Tart of the purchase prleo can remain
, For further particulars, apply to
I JAS. F. MOKGAN.
213 til Auctioneer.
1 I am directed to Bell at Public Auction on
Wednesday, May 27, '96,
at 12 o'clock noon ot said day nt my sales
iuimiib nn ijiii-i-u sircei, in Honolulu (unless
sooner disposed of nt private sale) tliu follow
ing disurlliid projiertj. namtlj:
A tract ot land of about 2,U)0 acres In fee
simple situate at Kolo,aiid Olelomoana 1 in
South Kona, Island of llnviall, about eight
mills by a nood road from Ilookena, one of
thu largest Hinges In Kona. There Is uu ex
cellent liindinir on tlio land Itself from where
the coin o and other produce lonld be shipped
indnKoodhlte for a mill mar the landfnK.
Fifty acres ot land aro In eollee. Kouhly es
timated theio Is nbout sum.ii liundrcd acres of
splendid coffee land l)Iue;all on ono block on
both sides of the GouriiiiuntUnnd. tight
hundred acres ljin nboo and to tho Eastof
tho scmu hundred ncies above meutloiiid is
also oMellcnt land nnd nlUioimh at a higher
altitude U no doubt also Hell adapttd for
coffee culture. The loir land below the
colfeo bilt Is suitnule forplncnpples uml sisal.
Thirds n drjliifj limine, stoio nnd woik
looms, n Oordou'x I'lilper laborers' qu inters
and water tanks ut tho planlHtlon, nud the
land Is partly walled Tlieio hs never hein
any lilliclit on this hind, nllhotili eoiTiowas
planted n grint many iears airo. Old residents
of Kona like the latu I). II Nahlnu, J. W.
Kuaiuuikuund others have tistillid to this
fact. Tlaro is a sea llsbery uppurteuant to
Terms tush or pnrt of the purchase prleo
can remr.ln on mortsniro atciuht per cent per
nnnnm. Deeds nud stamps at tho expinse ot
A map of tho property can bo Been nnd fur
ther paitleulars obtulnid nt my Bales rooms.
! ' J. F. MORGAN,
i 811-trt Auctioneer.
A Novel mul Unhiiiu DwiIqii, Also, n
IlandBomo Lot of Kawallaa Curios
H. G. BIART'S.
IW I'lliu WttnJi
n klldil niiiniiei,
llciinlilnu oxeciilui! in
llflll lllilllllfl, All ltlmlN n( Jewtliv
rmodilly llupnlivil mul llo-nrrtuioil.
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