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EVENING BULLETIN, MARCH 30, 189G.
in t n -i - -1 iirii" -imhimWimim;
SALE OF LEASE
Public Lands in Hana and
On SATOKDAY, nt 12 o'clock tioon,
April 25tli, nt front entrance of Judiciary
builtlitig, will bo Bold tlio lento of fount
trnet iu Hnua nitil Koolan Districts, Man),
containing about 7,W0 aires, upon the
lollo-viiig fcrum and conilition:
Up-ot lentnl, SHOO per ycnr.pnjviblo Berni
ni imilly In uilratire.
Trtm o' Icago -21 jenrs.
The lciiHfi m 111 bo Bubct to tho following
That tho Government may at any time
taiu poshcmIoii of nny portions of the mild
tract for agricultural sstttenient without
reduction lu rent.
That uo livestock be pastured on tho
That no trees be cut upon tho said tract,
o jcept o far an may ha ncccary for fenc
ing tliosflmo, or in construction of flumes.
Too lenso i 1 include unch light of way
over any othir Govercuicut land im muy be
ncccsiaiy for tho utilization of the wattr
tipjn the leaned land.
A plan of the taiuo and fnrthor particu
lars may bu obtained ut the efneo of Fublio
&-3t Aeut of Public Lands.
IJukkao op Education. 1
Honolulu, Maich 17, 1MHJ.
THE lSlJGULAK CARTER VACATION
Of tho l'uhlio School of the Hcpublio of
Hawaii will bnpin I'itmAY, April :ird, and
utinu until MONDAY, Apiil 13th, 1800.
By otdr ut the lionrd of Dlueatinii.
JOHN T. SCOTT,-
5r; Euer?ir;r& Bulletin,
DANIEL LOGAN. Editor.
MONDAY, MAECII 30, 1811G.
THE LOAN BILLS.
Nothing has been presented to
tho Legislature at this session
whioh deinands more profound
deliberation than tho sovorul loan
bills of tho Mimstor of Finnnco.
T hero are several features of tho
bills which should bo closely in
vestigated, A question has beon
heard ontsido of tho Legislature,
as tow.y provision is inado for
registration of tho bonds iu Now
York, Boston, London and Paris
but not in Honolulu. Registra
tion forms nn additional security
for tho bonds, insuring their re
placing if lost or accidentally des
troyed. "Why should not tho do
mestic buyers of our bonds havo
this protection as woll ns foreign
buyers ? Surely tho omission is
not a hint that tho Government
prefers to havo tho bulk of tho
lonn subscribed nbroad. It is tho
opinion of thoughtful mon
of nifairs who havo beon consulted
that evory effort Bhould bo ex
hausted for having tho cutiro loan
subscribed at homo, and having
it negotiated here by tho Govern
ment itself without tho interven
tion of brokers and with uo com
missions. Tho Bulletin would
roitornto its views upon tho matter
of tho miuimum rate of interost
mentioned in tho consolidation
bills. It is no convorsion tit nil,
worth taking any troublo to He
euro, which will not rcduco tho
onormons interest bill tho country
is now paying. AVhy then should
sis por cent., tho rato of interest
on most or tho oxishng bonded .
indebtedness, bo montioned ns
oven n possibility in n conversion March 1 4, 1S96.
schomo ? It is not nssamed . . l . i
koro that tho Minister of I A church congregation down
Finnnco is not proparodto nnswor j Sitnders, Ky., WAS dismissed
this or any othor question raised I mosf. summarily under Un
thusfarinthodiscussion, but what ' pIeasant circumstances tVO
this journal is sooking for tho ' J, , . n:t ;.-. tUa
bonoilt of tho public is the fullest Sundays since. Right in the
information that ho can givo bo- j middle of the preacher s dis
forotho Legislature proceeds to ' course there bolted into the
pel feet tho details of nny of tho j church through th.2 half-open
pending loan meosurca. j 00l- wJiat appeared to be a
Ono oi the pronoiHl sues tor
a now cemetery fa adjacent to Ka-
piol.vni Parle and overlooking that
popular ploasure ground. It is j
objectionable not only by incong-
ruousness of association betweon
the two institutions that Would bo
thus brought in juxtaposition, but
bv reason of the distanco from"
town which would creatlv add to I
tho expense of funornls. Palania
or Punahou ought to afford a
much more desirnblo location.
Some of tho proposed new busi
ness exactions ; ould bo highly op
pressive to honest industry. "Why
should a tailor or n shoomakor,
doing nothing but custom work,
havo to pay a high liconso feo?
Havo oiir honest working classes
not enough to contond with now,
in tho competition of discharged
coolies, without being taxed to
Hit 'em agaiu! "Who? Our
honest and hard-working mechan
ics. Tho stone-cutters aro now, it
would appoar, to havo prison labor
competition. Are there no cham
pions of tho working mon in tho
NTiir.irr t.ti jiuvr.Mi:sr.
ItjmlrH Nocdnl lor I'lilml -Widening
ol Hiln M reels.
Piikoi street is in a deplorable
condition. Tho mud thereon af
ter n lain is something frightful,
Tenms nro stuck, wagons mired
down, and tho dwellers along
either Bido havo n hard timo keep
ing clear of muck and miro. This
thoroughfaro should rocoivo im
mediate attention from tho Gov
ernment if any coin is available.
Apropos of streot improvement,
E. D. Baldwin, the government
surveyor and sub-lantl agent for
Hawaii, is down horo from Hilo
with a lot of statistical matter and
trigonometrical problems, demon
strating the fact 'that all of tho
main streets of Hilo need widen
ing. Tho writer, having dwolt
lor a considerable period
a conbiuernulo period in
that now thriving burg, can certify
truthfully that Mr. Baldwin is j
certainly right in his statement ;
flint Hiln strpfUR nnpn ividnniiic
and that right away, beforo tho
cost of so doing shall bo increased
by tho natural growth of tho
town appreciatinj' tho value of
proper y adjacent, which may ho
affected by said widoning process.
Front, tho main street of tho town J
ranges from IW to 45 foot in width;
Pitnam but DO; Wninnuonuo
ranging from 25 to 'i'2 foot. It is
requested that thoo streets bo
widened to (50, 50 and 51 feet, res
pectively. A bill is woll advaueed
toward law for effecting street
widoning m Hilo.
Tho author of tho woman's
Biblo did not go to tho oxtrotno of
trying to unsox the devil. Wash
HfiVE YOU TMD IT?
JUST THE THING FOR BREAKFAST
Cooked 'JoJled Oal's.1
'I ho rignnti brniiil,
DUUH'iit lrMu mid Im Ut tli.iu uny otlmi mu,
pW 1'iinutln hy nil LumliiiK (liowm,
PliANK 33, P33TBRBON& OQ,
8 V, ACjj'l'B
e .. , , . ri
fo1 0W,ed b' a V) j0
and dog rail SWlftly down the
middle aisle to the platform,
The preacher taken unawares,
id the natural thing, kicked
the catj hjt an(j anded ;t
.., Jn h. ,;H M(t nf ftip
M J ,. , ., , .
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, ah 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 or a Refrigerator as
The locks are entirely new
in principle, and are, without
exception, the best ever used
on a Refrigerator. They will
r. .r i -'"au i.ii",ii
tight, even it they were Iett
one-eitrhth inch loose.
jne hinges are very strong,
i -r . t J i V
beautiful in design, and made
expressly for" The Alaska
All the trimmings are solid
hrass, dipped finish, this being
H lnfpH sfvp in fino hnw
tlie 'ateSl Stle m tine DraSS
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.
Opporiitq Sprocikoltt' Bank,
NO, S07 FOBT BTRFiET.
Eesults of Honesty.
"My watch is giving mo tho ut
most satisfaction; I actually bo
liovo it does not -vary a second
during tho weok."
Plcnsant remarks these. Just
the kind of balm a watchmaker
noeds uccasionnlby to keep up
his spirits. For you know
working all dny on a high
stool, n glass firmly screwed
into one oyo, looking at objects
so minute it takes a microscope
to distinguish thorn, is not the
plrasantcst occupation which
could fall to the lot of man.
So it's no wonder a fellow
gets all out of sorts occasion
ally, and then it's tho time a
few romarks like the above
docs what all tho patent incdi
cino in tho world could not ac
complish, cheers up, makes
things look brighter, tho next
job goes all tho smoother.
Speaking of the above watch:
It was an old ono. Tho wearer
had used it steadily for forty
years. It had run enoughjhad
revolved its wheels so long and
steadily, that at last it was
tired out. Tho pivots were so
worn, the wheels just wobbled
and wobbled, then stopped al
together. What was to he !
done Throw it away? Get u ,
new one. Yes, but the wearer
valued it for its associations, it
was as dear to him as his best ,
friondjso nothing would do but
build it all over as it were, re-
new the parts, put somo go '
into it. That we accomplished
it to tho entire satisfaction of
the owner, his remarks above
would surely leave uo room for
doubt. And wo can do the
same with yours, sometimes
they go a little too far, and tho
cost for reconstruction is too
much, but generally no work
is too intricate for us. It is
that which we brag about,
complicated work is our strong
hold. Isn't it reasonable now
to suppose that we aro better
able to dn your less intricnto
work? "Wouldn't it bo Safer to
give us tho custody of your
watch altogether, no matter
what tho trouble, and have a
feeling of certainty as to its
H. P. "Wicliman
ABOVE GAlt IS
Strang and Durable In Consltuctton
And Is Adapted, for Any and All Plantation Work.
ZZf" FHllmntea given on ony stylo of
Plantation dr. Also on uImjvo Oir if
1 limitations wish to ub tho Wheels uml
iron Woik thtj lmvo on lniiul.
J. A. HUGHES,
50c, per Week,
ifioxa U ft a U A U
Auction Saks by Jas. F. Morgan.
&& M MS & fP Mi H
On WEDNESDAY, April 8,
AT 12 O'CLOCK NODN.
At my Salesroom, Queon streot,
I will sell at Public Auction
At Manoa, opposito tho Punahou
Property, and near tho
junction of tho two
The Lotd command a lino view
of tho Ocean and City.
A Map of tho Property can bo
seen on Pago 10 of tho EvENiNa
This will bo an excellent op
portunity to obtain a suburban
residence sito adjacent to tho City.
SF Por further particulars,
JAS. F. MORGAN,
200 13t Auctioneer.
I am tllruitcd to ectl at Public Auction ou
Wednesday, May 27, '96,
nt 12 o'clock noon ot said day nt my sales
room on Queen etrcet, In Honolulu (tinkus
eoouvr dlsimstd of ut private enlc) tlie follow-
a iiescriuiu properly, nmneii :
A tract of land of uboiit S,3uu ncrcs In fee
slmnle Hltuuto at Kolo and Olcloroouna 1 lu
South Koim, Inland of Uawutl, about elf;lit
mllc 1) a uood road from Ilooktna, one ot
thu laiKest Illumes In Kona. There U an ex
celleiiUandlin; on tlio Und lUclf trora whero
the tolfi-o and other praduco could bu fthlpped
nd n ood t-lto lor u mill mar tho landing.
Fifty ucrca of land aru In codec. Hourly cs
tltnutcd there U about mcn hundred acres of
uplcndld colreo land Ijlnall on ono uiock on
liothbhka of thu (loeriuuentltoud. Klght '
bundled acres hint: ubou and to llm r.itof ,
L thu bcncii hundred acres nbnu raentloued Is I
i nlno ivi elleiit land and nlllimicli at a hlhtr
ultltudo 1 uo doubt also well auapiea tor
eolTeu eidtine. 'Iho lower land below thu I
colfcu belt U Bultablu rorpliunppUii mid flenl.
'Uurols a drjlns lioue, bIoiu and work
uiomt, alioulou'H 1'ulpcr, lalxircis' iiiartei
nnd wuter tunl.s ut thu dantatlon, mid tho
land I partly walled. Theiu lion ucu'r been
nny lillultt on tills Mud, although eolleci n i
planted aurtat xnnuvjearsaijo. Old rusldenti
of Koua lll.v thu latu 1). II Kahluii, J, W. ,
KualiiioKu ami others lunu tusuiiui lo mis
fuel. Tlaio Is a ken lUhery appurtvnuut lo
Trriu rittli or part of tliu inirnmiu piUtyl
mn leinuln ou inorlunvu nl vlulit per eeut per
annum. Puds nnd chimp ut thu iximu nl
pinuliiuer, , , i
A miin of (lie iiroiHU ij cnii Im m mi mid fur.
tUui parlltmlaritnliuliiid ut Hi) m luiims,
,1, K, MOHOAN,
r ofl B n H u u H vi (? f? K
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Auction Sales by W. S. Luce.
TOMORROW, March 31st,
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M
, At the Kesidenco of
U. S. Minister Willis on Kiner
W. S. LUCE,
H-W. SCHMIDT & CO.
Will be comlmled
On, WEDNESDAY, April 1,
AT THE AUCTION ROOM OF
"W. S. ILTJOE,
&2& When tha Bulnuoo of Goods of
IiTery Description w ill be offered. 20 l-3t
Our Stock of Spring Goods
is acknowledged by every
body to bo the finest on the
Honolulu market, nnd con
sists of everything Useful
and Ornamental. Our prices
are noderato. Jewelry in
spec designs manufactur
ed to order on short notice.
P. O. Box 287
ouveip V Spoons I
A Novel nnd Unhjuo DoRlgn. Also, n
Handsomo Lot of Haw alian Ourlo3
H, G. BIART'S.
fi.i Vino Wiituli Hi'imlrliiB ivv(iiiih In
Uhilflll IIUUIIH')'. All MiiiIk of Juwehv
mn fully Iti'imliiMl uml lloMirrii(,ml.
Hiibt-oriho fuv ilie IJvjixiNn Jluji.
i.ktin, It) intnlH jxir inniUlii