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5I? Euei?ip$ Bulletin
DANIEL LOGAN, Editor.
lUUDAY, MAltCII 27, 189G.
Among tho now liconses with
feed nttnulied, proposed in tho
Legislature, is ono for lnwyers, nt
SoO for practice in tho higher, niul
25 in tho lower courts. To ft lay
mind this would seem to bo un
constitutional, being nn interfer
ence of tho Legislntivo nnd Exe
cutive with tho Judicial brunch
' of the Qovorninent. Lawyers ro
qnno ti license, to practice from
tho Supreme Court, whoso Justi
ces exnmino tho npplicants first ns
to their capacity. Why should
thy hno to bo licensed by two
departments of tho Government'.
Supposing a lawyer is prosecuted
for practicing without a liconso
from tho Executive, will tho
Supremo Court enforce tho ponalty
wheu tho defondant claps in its
fnco its own licenso to practico?
Tho impost is objectionable in
that it will bo a heavy burden on
many -worthy practitionera who
tnke into court tho causes of poor
clients. It will press especially
hard upon tho nativo mem
bers of tho bar. Lawyers have
to pay high for their educa
tion, and one who is not a
born genius often has a hard
struggle to gain a foothold in the
profession, not to mention tho
great expenso of getting togothor
n resptctablo library. It is also
proposed to plnco a license tax on
tho medical profession, which in
volves another conllict of authori
ty. Tho doctors havo to bo licens
ed by tho Board of Health, and it
is absurd to require them to bo
licensed by any other subdivision
of the Government.
A citizen only this morning
asked tho Bulletin why it did
not ndvocate tho widoning of
""Punchbowl street. Ho mimt havo
rend yesterday's issue with 0110 oyo
shut, for there, in an editorial
resume of proposed strcot im
provements, Punchbowl is men
tioned as ono of tho streets that
the Government intends to widen.
It ought to bo one of tho soonest
Tvidoned,ns on the north side thoro
is a wide territory without a main
cross street like it. Its widening
from Berotanin street to the junc
tion of Miller street should at
16ast bo expedited, as that would
, take it past tho Queon's Hospital,
ono of tho principal objocts of in
terest in Honolulu. At tho corner
of Borotania street thoro tea big
woodon I101180 standing out closed
to tho carriage way, and thoro
havo beou many narrow escapes
from serious accidonts at that spot
on account of tho narrowness of
Note ol' Hotli Horn-en.
It is said Senator McCandlcss
Las a littlo jokor uphis sloovo, in
tho shape of 11 petition with over
.2000 names in favor of tho opium
license bill, which ho will play at
the right timo.
Senator AVaterhouso gavonotico
of a special meeting of the Com
mittee of five on tho Loan Acts on
Monday afternoon at 2 o'clock in
tho Senate chamber, to which
merchants, bankers, bondholders
and tho general public are invited.
" m 1 1 in
' Tho adjourned mooting oE tho
Boaid of Health will take placo
as-,: Arj-jT.vcriLj' mj utrs.tvy -4
M IJIM.ATIIHK IN M SSION.
Continued from ltt Page.
noss from Mr. Bishop, wo felt that
a largo amount of money would
bo required in tho coming fall for
tho plantations and in general
business. A largo amount of coin
being required lioro in the fall Mmh hf lSg6t
botwoon tho crops. And also to . r y
provide for what is always suro I A church congregation down
vou uS-or'know XTigoing to j " Sanders, Ky., was dismissed
happpn in monoy mattors, and tho ' most summarily under un-
samo rule applies to the Treasury. pIeasant circumstances two
that is ono of my strongest run-1 ' """1 ... .
sons for working for a resorve. , Sundays SHICC Right 111 the
Bishop A Co. disposed of its Gov-, middle of the preacher's dis-
ornmont bonds and securities that I i.. i,nitA,i :., u
it hoH in Uovoluln in the nmouut i C0" there boIted ,llto tlie
of sno.ooo. So that at tho present church through the half-open
timoBi8boi)&Co.hoWBhoroiupov.door what apPeared to be a
crnment becurities Slo.OOO, m tho , , , , .. , , ,
shape of n promissory note of tho ' black and White Cat, Closely
Post-Master General and $1500 followed by a yellow dog. Cat
in bond". Under Hiee cireum ! i , ... m.. j ' .. ii.
stances 1 cannot think the Minis -
tor of Einanco will bo accused of
using his position as banker to
work for his own advantage. If
Bishop A' Jo. had not taken that
position i,.3t year, wo could not
have diawn upon our credit in
San Francisco to supply the coin
for tho cholera exponses
"When tho subject of the Loan
Bills comes up I would like to
moot the Committeo nud also
would like to meet any others who
aro interested in tho matter of
flllfitlnn tt till will lirttfl munlF in
readiness, so far as 1 am able, to vour attention especially to the
answer any questions that may bo I ALASKA REFRIGERATOR and
&t0-Tr:il ! give you a few items concern-
that in our piesent position tho illg its Construction.
people havo a good deal to say To g;ve strength and dura-
abouttho managomontof finances. ..... . ., , . ,
Tho questions of what stylo of bility, an inside body, or frame
loan bill should bo put upon tho s made of well dried, matched
market, how much of tho loan bill I . 1 . , ,. 1 j
should bo put upon the market ' W00d to which hardwood
and everything that is done should ' cleats are solidly nailed. Upon
havo tho most careful considma- these deats the Q te b j
tion and tho freost kind of critic-1 . . , ... "
ism. I do not think there is an ' frame, IS built.
office 1 in this Govoriiinpnt that 1 The inner frame is made
should havo moro criticism than c .n j 1 j
tho Treasury. It is tho people's f,oni Perfectly odorless WOOd,
money that is spent and it is tho and is lined with zinc. Po
peoplov.ho aro being taxed and ,shed as b -ght a$ j
tlio Executive is agieoablo to havo 1 .. . . .'
everything connected with the j presenting a very clean and at
Treasury criticised. "Wo do not tractive nnnearance.
know wliat ollect thcjeLoan Bills 1
will have. The fact of nutting
upon the mail.ut a loijn for public
works may havo a ar reaching
effect not only on qur own in
dustries but it may affect our con
nection with tho Unitjd 8tates.
Having made this statement I
will leave it to you to docido for
tho future. I shall make no other
statemont hi regard to "my person
al connection with tho Treasury;
but 1 will give you (tho freest
hand to oxamino ami criticise
and bring forward s iggestions
with reference to the -onduct of
tho Treasury Department, for it is
tho life of tho Nation.
,Thp report of tho Mil-colluneouB
Com'mitteo on tho - G,roat Seal,
printed in full in yesterday's Bul
XjETIU, was taken up ijmt finally
adopted. This action takes tho
wholo matter back to the Joint
Committee on both Houses on tho
Minister Cooper callal tho at
tention of tho Senate 0 the fact
that the torm of office o tho pre
sent Council of State ends by
law at tho expiration of tho pre
sent session, and that It will bo
necessory for both ITouses to
elect five mombers eath of tho
Senato Bill C, to widen tho
streets of Ililo, with t10 amend
ments proposed by tho House was
taken up. Tho amendments woio
concurredin without Opposition.
On motion of Senator McCand
lcss tho second reading of tho Li
conBo Act was mado the spocial
ordor f6r Monday.
Senator Brown from tho Com
mitteo on Passed Bills reported
Continued on 7th Page.
HfiUE YOU TRIED IT?
JUST THE THINGF0R BREAKFAST
Cooked Rolled Oafs.
Tho origuuil bmnd.
Ditioiont lioin and butter tlmu any other lirnml.
KST" Forwilo by all Louling Orocers.
FRANK B. PETERSON & CO.
S F. AGENTS
www iiuh nm .!
1 uu ''U1 awiuiy uuwu uic
middle aisle to the platform,
The preacher taken unawares,
did the natural thing, kicked
j at the cat, hit it, and landed it
i , . . , j. r ..
squarely m 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
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 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 I
yeais, we are convinced that
the Alaska is the bestir
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
tirst-class in every respect.
TJIrlli , ,
Hawaiian Hardware Co.
Opposite Sprookols' Bank,
NO: 307 FORT STREET,
MAHGH 27, 189G. v , ' (
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Auction Sales by If. S. Luce.
At Store of H. W, Schmidt & Sons,
Ity tt'. S. MJor, Anolli.iiccr.
TOMORROW, March 28th,
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M.,
Ludie' &qd (Jhildien Dueftefl
fljirth tnnc'o up) ainl
LAOllib' DHESS GOODS.
CoitMttlni; ut I.liiciH, Tottcllnc. Ilnl
8nri"idii, Iluil Covers, i'tc; nleo Illntiki-ts,
blmwln nnd A larno lot of Ufcfnl Article.
Alro, n largo lino or
SADDLBKY and HAliDWAItE.
W. S. LUCE,
Cane ,', Lands
For Sale At Auction.
On MONDAY, March 30th,
AT 12 O'CLOCK NOON,
I flmll tell, at my Auction Itoonu,
Threo Parcels of Irrigated Cane Lands,
Sltuntcd In tlio Districts of Kanohu!, Mnolcn.
K011II, Island of .Maul This Tropurty Is at
present leased to tlio Reciprocity 8ucar Com
pany for a tc;m of tun jeurs, from tho lUtli of
Miircli, 1SIII, at an annual rental of 9114.50
clear of taxes. Tlicru are 6AK acres In tliu
lands and tlirout;li them runs trie nutcrHttp
ply for tbe Reciprocity Buj;ar Company. A
magnificent Investment and rare cliancc for
speculators. Tltlo perfect, feu simple 011J ,
free of all encumbrances. 1
Terms Cash In U S. Oold Coin. Deeds nt
expenso of purchaser,
or fuither particulars, apply to
W. S. LUCE,
Eesults of Honesty.
"My vvntcli is giving 1110 tho ut
most satisfaction; I actually bo
liovo it docs not vnry n second
during tho wook."
Pleasant remarks these. Just
the kind of balm a watchmaker
needs occasionally to .keep up
his spirits. For you know
working all day on a high
stool, a glass firmly screwed
into ono eye, looking at objocts
so minute it takes a; microscope
to distinguish them, is not the
ploasantfst occupation which
could fall to tho lot of man.
So it's no wonder a fellow
gets all out of & rto occasion
ally, mid then it's the time a
few romarks 1-ko the above
does what all the patent medi
cine in the world could not ac
complish, cheers up, makes
things look brighter, tho next
job goes all the smoother.
bpcaking or the above watch:
It was an old one. Tlio wearer '
had used it steadily for forty ,
years. It had run enough;had !
1 evolved its wheols so long and
steadily, that nt last it was
tired out. Tho pivots were so
worn, the wheels just wobbled
and wobbled, then stopped al
together. What Avas to bo
done? Throw it away? Get a
new one. Yes, but the wearer
valued it for its associations, it
was as dear to him as his best
friond;so nothing would do but
build it all over as it were, re-
now tho parts, put
into it. That wo accomplished
it to tho ontiro satisfaction of
flir nivnni1 lilc vnmnt'lra nlirurn I
., W...W., ... V.......4.U ..V.W , v.
would surely leave no room for
doubt. And wo can do tho
same with yours, sometimes
they gn a little too far, and the
cost for reconstruction is too
much, but generally no work
is too intricato for us. It is
that which wo brag about,
complicated work is our strong
hold. Isn't it reasonable now
to supposo that wo aro bettor
able to do your less intricato
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. P. Wichman
Auction Sales by Jas. F. Morgan.
TOMORROW, March 28th,
AT 12 O'diCOK NOON,
In Front of my Salesroom, Queen street, I
will ell at l'uhllu Auction,
1 Fine Hawaiian Bred
Durham . Bull
Pmlmo Tod. A Spleudid Animal.
JAS. P. MORGAN,
On WEDNESDAY, April 8,
AT 12 O'OLOCK NO. )N.
At my Salesroom, Queen street,
I will sell ut Public Auction
33 frlJOTE '"
At Manon, opposito tho Funnhou
Property, nnd nonr tho
junction of tho two,
Tho Lots command a fmo viow
of tho Ocean and City.
A Map o tho Property can bo
seon on Pago 10 of tho Evening
This will bo nn oxcollont op
portunity to obtain a suburbnn
residence sito adjacont to tlio City.
EST" For further particulars,
JAS. F. MOItGAN,
200 Lit nctioneer.
E Call up Telephone
4lr33 and plnco an order
with us for Feed.
FRESH STOCK ALWAYS ON HAND. !
WASHINGTON FEED CO.
TI - I31J
Auction Sales by Jas. F. Morgan.
Auction Sale I
I -A.T MAK1KI.
On SATURDAY, March 28,
! AT 12 O'CLOCK NOON,
1 At my SipleM-ootn. Qnoen Btrcrt, 1 will sell
ut Pu olio Auction, the following '
Valuable Residence Lota at Kaklki
1. Comer of Kecaumokn nnd Domlnls
Ms. 1 rontnge or2(Wft on Kcciiumoku strcrt.
am I I..U ft on Domlnls Bt. Contains aO.COU
2. AdJolnliiR No I on Domlnls street Fron-
I turn nf I'hl d ..( . ... T .. t . ..
i.wvuiwini uii iuiiiiiiis siuei, una 'U&
ft ikep. Contains 2C.00U sq ft.
a. Adjoining No 3 on Domlnls street.
Froutniio of Hii) ft on Domlnls bt, Sio ft deep.
ContaliiaS.'il.OUJ sn.lt. '
4. PfirTlor fif Onmhild n.l r.... - .
-- " ". "......-i Mini uunuiii bis.
FrontiKt'ofUOO ft on Kewnlo st, and 1.1J f t
011 Domlnls st. Contains yo.uuu sq ft.
5 Corner of Kewnlo and llcnlu st.Kront
nte of L'OO ft on KcAnln st, nnd I'M ft on flc
uln st. Contains '.'O.UJJ ft.
li. Adjoining No 5 on Ileuh st.IM It fntln"
on tlm htreet. lOD ft dtei). "
Tin-11 in. n.. Lot- are klluiili'il In tlm mini
illutu riclnlly of I lie reshlLiieii of E W I'lter-
Bun. r.!(,mi .1 ii nuiintell, i;i.(;
Tlio ubove IjiU will ull fuio tliu lino of the
ironoKid Klu trie Hallway
This sle oirer one of tliu few opportunities
to obtain u lln" laico ltcsldencu Site In nn it .
cellcnt m-lhliorliood. Tliu lots command nil
HT" 1'iana of the property can bo seen at
W Part of the pui chase price can remain
on mortgage. .
For fuitier particulars, apply to
JAS. P. MORGAN.
ESTATE AND LANDS
I am direct! d to eell at l'ublle Auction on
Wednesday, May 27, '96,
at 12 clock noon ot said day nt my sales
rooms oiiQuiui street. In Honolulu (unless
sooner disposed of ut prhute sule) tho follow
ing deerlliid iroperty, namely;
1 A trait onanilofnbuiit 2,:!()0 aeits In fee
simple Bltuntont IColo and Olelomonna 1 in
I South hona. Island of Hawaii, about eight
1 miles by a good road from Hooki-na, one of
the largest villages In Kona. '1 beio Is an ix
eellint landing on tho lnnd Itself fiom where
the coUVeuml other produce could be shipped
I Jiidagoodfito lor 11 mill near the landing.
Hfty acres ot laud are In eollee. Koughly es
timatul Iheiu Is about seven hundred nens of
splendid eoiree land 1) lug all on ono block on
I both Miles of the Oovei nmint Koad. Klght
hundred acres lying above and to tho Eastof
tllO Seven llllllilrf .1 rrti u nlit .. ....! 1 f-
also exiclli ut land nnd although at n higher
altltiiilo Is no doubt also well adapted for
co roe culture. Hie lower land below the
colfco belt Is sultaulo forpliicnpplis and sisal.
..-... .. u u rjiiij; iioiitu, siore ana work
rooms, a (loidou's l'ulpir, laborers' quarter
mid water tanks at the phmtutlon, and tho
land Is partly wallid. Theio lias never been
any bllgln nu this land, although eoireowas
planted ngient many jenis ago. Old residents
ofhoimllKethe late D. 11. Nnhlnu, J. W.
Kualmoku and others have te.tlllcd to this
01elomoaual1.,,UbCa " "PPurtcnnnt to
Terms cash or part of tho purchaso prlco
, can lemaln on mortgage at eight per cent per
annum. Deeds and stnraps at the expense of
A mup of tlio property can lie seen and fur
tber particulars ohtulned nt my snles rooms.
I J. F. MOKGAN,
' MAI1K OX THIS ISMD
Is Honolulu's Fayorite Table Batter !
R?"lry n sample nnd you will use ro
For" ale afc 90 Ceqt pen IjpII
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