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EVENING BULLETIN, APEIL 2, 1896.
51? Eiei)ii?$ Bulletit),
DANIEL LOGAN, Editor.
THUHSDAY, AP1UL 2, 189(3.
Ono of tlio most important po
litical nmttors pending whun our
Inst innil edition was printed wns
that of natioiuvl lo.ins. A now
loan of two million dollars mid a
convorsiou scheme to eonooliduto
the existing bonded indebtedness
oE lnoro tlmn threo million dollars
woie tnontioned as being project
ocl by tlio Minister of Finance.
MiuiBtor Damon invited tho freest
pnblio discussion of these men
surcfl, and some leading capitalists
by invitation hold a conforouco
with himself before tho Senate
Committee on Finance.' Tho
opinions of theso financial autho
rities were strongly in opposition
to both measures in thoir prosont
form. Objection was made es
pecially to tho largo margins
givon for commissions and
discounts, as inviting capi
talists in tho great monoy markets
to seek tho greatest possiblo ad
vantages offored in tho schemes.
It was advised that tho new loan
might be subscribed largely at
home, if not nil at onco fast
enough to carry out tho public
improvements for which it is
proposed to be raised. In viow of
the unturo of tho opposition to
tho schemes thus encountered, it
is probable thnt tho Minister of
Finance will contrive somo modi
fication of his loan schemes for
submission to the Logislatnre.
Tho cognate questions of Asia
tic immigration nnd protection to
whito lnbor worenindcdrammntic
nlly prominent on the 23th ult. A
procession of between six and
fiven hundred members of tho
United Portugese Society march
ed through tho city and into tho
Capitol grounds, whoro it halted
while the society's executive com
mitteo in a body ontored tho
building to present a petition to
tho Presidont and Legislature
In tho hnllway, with tho Houso
of ltoprosontntives in session on
ono side, tho Minister of Foreign
Affairs received tho petition from
tho committee. As tho pro
cession approached tho building
the Sonato, that sits upstairs,
hastily adjourned its session.
Tho petitioners asked that Asia
tic immigration bo stopped, and
means be dovised for tho protec
tion of whito labor; also that a
mora equitablo tax law bo passed.
On behalf of thoPortuguoso pains
havo been taken to explnin that
tlio potition and procession were
not a demonstration of tho uuom
ployed. This explanation was
necessary from tho fnct that a
largo proportion of tho procession
ivaa composed of prosperous mer
chants and mechanics together
with laborers in public and pri
vate employment who loft thoir
work for tho day to join tho parade.
Tho demonstration was ono repre
senting genoral discontent in tho
Portuguese colony with tho policy
of tho Govornmont .since
the overthrow of tho monarchy.
In the revolution wherein that
ovont was accomplished tho Portu
guese wore right in tho front, im
mediately organizing a strong
military company to aid in up-
1 'V" rrrti Tra
Vi uiL'MWMyi'tf -ft" iW
holding tho Provisional Govern
ment. Thoy hnvo boon disappointed
by seoing tho old policy continued
of introducing Japanese and
Chineso lnborors, by tho hundred
and tho thousand at frequent in
tervals, to take contract sorvico on
tho plantations, to keep wages
down bolow what the Portuguese
II 1 1 1 . 1 1 1 .. ..
win accom, wiuio mo smaii snon- 1
koeninu and tho mechanical
trades, as well as chances
for common labor, in both
city and country nro becom
ing crowded with coolies of
those nationalities whoso planta
tion labor contracts havo expired.
There is reason to boliove that nwgliars USecl to Drmg llim to J go it's 110 wonder n fellow
tho Portuguese nm rlcaporately in 'desseit, like a child, and he 'gets nil out of sorts npcnsion
oarneHt in tlio ma' tor, having con-! would sit Oil the table at my ' ally, nnd then it's tho time n
eluded that if the conditions nro side with Ill's shell Open aildr'ew ro,nnr3 1' tlio above
not remedied by bom.o means thoy
will have to enngiMtowiththmr
wives and littto ones to stranger
lauds. Jt is known that not alone
in Honolulu, but in oihor sections
of tho group whoro tho nationality
is numerous, thoir grievances nro
being seriously considered.
Ono of the promised revenue
measures is making progress in
the Jjegislatuie, being a rovision
of tho business license schedule.
Several old license foes are being
increased, while many now
ones aro being imposed 011 pro
fessions and trades hitherto not
subjected to this form of taxation.
Tho Hegistratiou Act, to which
reference was made in last mail's
article, was amended in tho House
to mako everybody coming into
tho country register immediately
upon orrival. Should tho bill go
through with this feature, tourists
will have a now diversion upon
There does not appear to bo the
improvement in gonoral business
which ought to bo expected nftor
several months of an improved
sugar market, with tho largest
crop probably over going forward,
and an unusually long period
without any serious disturbance
or public inlhction, such as the
insurrection and tho cholora of 1
last year. The lack of responsive
ness of business to improvement,
both positivo and nogntivo, in con
ditions sets people to thinking if
tho sugar industry is really pay
ing back to tho country its duo
sluiro for all tho paternal bono
faction sit receives from tho com
monwealth. awanan uircus
PricB and Burns Props,
A Natio HKWHliati Boy)
Will repeat his wonderful portal uiance ou
tho limn Wiuk.
All the inembtrH of the Couipiuiy In dar
Wilfred Ilurns, the bttoti
mau, iu new ikIh
Doom open 7:30. - l'orformnuce at S.
ADMISSION: Ohnirn, yi.OOj Gab
Pyramid net by twouty.fivn llnwaiians iu
MJ&" Mntiin'o Bnturday nftenioon.
1 -r-"Vt-ar rr .t-ji .- -
HIVE YOU TRIED IT?
JUST THE THING FOR BREAKFAST
Cooked rtollexl Oats.
Tho original brand.
I loaUliluL Koonoinical,
Ditreieut from and lx'tler than any othct brand.
g)S" F01 wale by tdl Loading Oiocom.
FRANK B. PETERSON & CO.
S F, AGENTS
tApril i, 1S96.
I At a mess dinner the conver
1 sation turned on animal train-
"Ah! said Major Bmks, "I
remember when 1 was at Bog-
gleywallah 1 tamed an oyster.
He used to follow me all ova
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1 iim 11 iiih iiim i firiir 1 iiu iv ir
crnCu filberts most TiTeciinn-
.,;.., crwure "
,, , crtaiure-
I Have you got him Still?"
' asked a doubting auditor.
I "No, Sir; he came to an Ull-
timely did. A friend of mine
came jnt(J the dining-room in
iiijr uujvilkk) in IIIWUJTJICI Willi
his shell open and swallowed
him. I shall never have an
other such pet I" exclaimed the
major with a sigh.
"No doubt your friend swal
lowed the oyster," said the
president, "but I'm afraid we
can't swallow the story."
There are all sorts of stories
and there are all sorts of stoves.
This week we want to tell
you a little story about PAN
SY STOVES, and we antici
pate that you will have no
difficulty in swallowing it,
even if the oyster story was
too much for you.
PANSY STOVES are the
best in the market and that is
1 why we handle them. We
1 sell a stove a day averacrin $r
year round and most of
tliem are Pansies, and they are
"daisies too for that matter.
We don't propose to be under
sold by any one in these isl
ands on the stove question.
AH we ask of those wanting
stoves is that they come and
look at the Pansy. This stove
will sell itself without any
talking on our part..
We have the Pansy in three
numbers, 6, 7 and 8. It has
five holes on top, burns wood
or coal and has all the very
latest improvements, even to a
"Kicker." With this little
arrangement the housewife
kicks the oven door open with
out burning or smutting her
fingers or spoiling her temper.
Ask your neighbor about
the Pansy stove. Only this
morning a lady came in and
said she had been using one
of our Pansy stoves for the
last four years, but her family
had got so large that she want
ed a larger sized stove,
although the old one was good
yet. We sold her another
FoV a stove suitable for1 a
large household we recom
mend the Columbia. This
is a stove with six holes and
much more elaborately orna
mented than the Pansy.
We repeat again that we
will not be undersold on stoves
by any firm in the islands.
Hawaiian Hardware Co.
Opposite Sprockets1 Jiank,
NO. 307 FORT STREET.
Kesults of Honesty.
"My watch is giving mo tho ut
most satisfaction; I actually bo
liovo it does not vary n second
during tho wcok."
Pleasant remarks these. Just
tho kind of balm a watchmaker
needs occasionally to keep up
his spirits. For you know
workhur nil dnv on a hiirli
, stool, a glass firmly screwed
I into one oyo, looking at objects
!so uinulo it takes a microscope
fc? '"SU'311 t,,c,n-,s n"fc. tho
ipuasiuiuel occupation which
1 . - - ..
. could fall to tho lot of mnn.
! -(,cs what all tho patent tneui
cino in the 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, lb had run enoughjhad
revolved its wheels so long and
:' steadily, that at Inst it was
tired out. alio pivots were so
worn, the wheels just wobbled
and wobbled, then stopped al
together. What was to bo
done? Throw it awny? Get a
new one. Yes, but the wearer
valued it for its associations, it
was as dear to him as his best
frieiidjso nothing would do but
build it nil over as it were, re
new tho parts, put somo go
into it. That wo accomplished
it to tho entire satisfaction of
tho owner, his romorks above
would surely leavo no room for
doubt. And wo can do the
same with yours, sometimes
they go a little too far, and tho
cost Tor reconstruction is too
much, but generally no work
is too intricate for us. It is
that which wo brag about,
complicated work is our strong
hold. Isn't it reasonable now
T-i-k cwnfcr 4-r4- tr n a I i- 4-1
nblc to (ln vour los3 i,ltricato
work? Wouldn't it be safer to
give us tho custody of your
watch altogether, no matter
what tho trouble, and havo a
feeling of certainty as to its
H. F. Wiclmian
ABOVE OAR IS
Stung and Durable la Construction.
Anil Is AdaDted for Any anil All Plantation Wort
C3t?" Estimates p,iven
Phuuntmu Cur. AUo
ou any etylo of
on ubove Our if
Iron Work thoy havo on hand.
J. A. HUGHES,
Take an Outing
TrninB will leave' at 9:15 a. m.
nnd IMS l'. M., arriving in Honu
lulu nt 3:11 and 5:55 p. m.
1st Clnss Sd Cldsn
Pmirl Citv $ 75 $ 50
"f"W ", ' 4-v' " ,Jj---
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fiw.. Planlution... 1 00 75
Wuiiumo 1 5Q 1 25,
)fer raster &Mhtei lMffm
1 YJfl? iJvEl tBLLV y3fl9iBnM
W wL wm Urn
(This is tlii Celebrated Thoiouuhbroil llullilos "BOZ" Hint licked every other bulldog
in tho woild thnt would fight.)
That the MANUFACTURERS' SHOE COM
PANY is not tho Largest Shoo Houso in tho
Auction Sales by Jus. F. Morgan.
On WEDNESDAY, April 8,
AT 12 O'CLOCK NOON.
At my Salesroom, Qncon street,
I will soil nt Public Auction
' 33 FlXSOfl
At Manoa, opposito tho Puuahou
Property, and near tho
' junction o tho two
Tho Lots command a fine viow
of tho Ocenn and City.
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A Map o tlio Property can. bo
i, .o r ii ti
SOeil OU PngO 2 Of tllO EVENINQ
mi,: :n i n i
This Will bO tin OXCOllont op-
nortlinitv to olltnin a RuburVvnn
ljuruinuy to uuuuii u BUDUronn
rosidonco sitO adjacent to tho CitV.
JAS. JF. MOEGAN,
2f 13t Auctioneer.
I am directed to sell at Public Auction on
Wednesday, May 27, '96,
at K3 o'clock noon of said day at my sales
rooms ou Queen street, in Honolulu (unless
sooner disposed of ut private snlo) tho follow,
lug described piuperty, namely:
A tract ofland of about B,3U0 aires In fco
simple situate at Kolo and Olelomoauu 1 In
South Kona, Island of llnwall, about eight
miles by a good road from Hookena, one of
the largest villages iu Kona. There Is an ex
eellent landing on the land Itself from whero
the collee nnd other produce could bo shipped
ind a good site lorn mil! near tho landing.
Kitty neres ofland nro In lofTec. Itoughly es
timated there Is about tcven hundred acres of
splendid collee laud llngall ou one block (.11
both bides of the Government ltoud. Klgiit
hundred acres l)lngaboo nnd to the Euirtof
the bc en hundred lines uboro mentioned Is
nlxo eedl( nt land nnd although nt u hlglur
altitude la no doubt nlso well adapted for
lolRecidtuie. The lower land below the
ctifTee belt U sullnnle lorplneniiples 11ndsls.1l.
Tin re Is a dijltig house, store nnd work
rooms n (iouloiVx I'ulpt-r, laborers' iiuarters
mid wnti'r tanks at the plantation, and the
laud Is partly walled. Theie 1ms never been
any blight ou this laud, although eufftewag
planted n great manvjeatsat'o. Old residents
of Kona like the late I). II. Nahluu, J. W.
Kuatmnku mid others lmo testified to this
fact. There Isasta lUhcry appartiuaut to
Terms cash or part of the puiehnbo jirleo
enn icmcln on morlgniio nt eltiht per tout per I
niinuiii. Deeds und stumps nt the expense ol
A map of tho property enn bo si en und fur
! KT rr tTl v- RV Mv arf n 3 I
I B 'W n Eia a a S
ther particulars obtained nt my sales rooms.
.!". P. MOHGAN,
Auction Kales by Jas. F. Morgan.
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M.,
lly cmlcrof P. Miilitrmlorf, Kq., Assignee
of tlio KMnto or II. F. Ilertclmann, a bank
rupt. I Mill sell nt Public Amllnn nt tin.
1 Carpenter Shop, Khu; street, opposite Wall,
1 MclioU Co. '9 store,
I Horse and Wagon,
1 Iron Hifo nnd Stand,
1 U. V. Duak, 1 Long Desk,
Ofllco Clmiw, Stoolc, Benches,
Kegs Nails, Lumber,
1 JAS. F. MORGAN,
207 2t Auctioneer.
Mortgagee Notice of Intention to Foreclose and
NOTI- B 13 UEUKBV GIVEN THAT 1IY
lrtuu oTa imur of side contained In accr
mill rtKiice, diitul the S2d cluv of January,
A. I). ISUI, mmlo by V. H. NAUMU othcr
ultu known nsNimninniil of Kekiilm, Island
of Knunl, to Clifford 11. Wood, of Honolulu,
recorded In the ottlco of (lie Itvulstrar of Con
e)uniei), In Liber 143, lollon 4.'i? o 4VJ, tbc
snld Clltlord U. Wood mortKajee, Intends to
forecloso biiIiL mortgage for a breach of the
condition!) in said mortcaKo contained, to
wlt: the non-pa) nient of the Interest when
i Notlco Is nlso licrobj given that all nnd
singular tho landv tenements nnd Ucredlta
tneut In said mnrlgage contained and des.
rrlbtd will be sold nt publlt-nnetlon, nt tho
miction room of Jumok I Moruaiu on Queen
street. In said Honolulu imMnvnw i.
' lth day of April, A. D. lbOO, nt la o'leoek
110"n ol 8nId lluJ-
The property Iu said mortgage Is thus des-
L All that cortahndcco orpaicel ofland si
tualent Kapalawai, ilanapcpc, insald Island
, of Kauai, containing nn nrea of seven (7)
'acres, and. being tho same premises di scribed
in ltoval Patent No. 8!8, Und Commission
A' 0W-. to Koiiaeluiu, uml thatwero
Inherited by thesaid W. II. Nuumu, (rom his
m',),11ler- Eleno, who was the daughter and
sole hclr-at-law of said Knpneliaa.
CLIFFORD B. WOOD.
Terms Cash. Dteds at expense oi pur
chaser. For further puttlcutans PPly to
J. M. Mosvmi.vT,
Attorney for Mortgagee.
Honolulu, March ISth, Iu.. r L'U7-3t
VST My Hack djes not tip in tbii roan
nor, no matter how weighty the load.
Hack No. 14
B-TELEPHONE 176 .a
Stnqt Dotlul nnd King utieets.
Tho nnminl wcctinG ol tho Younc Men's
Christian AHhociutlou will take placo on
o'clock 'AV LuAI-N0 Alnil 2nd, t 7:30
pectionofofflcowor tho ensuing year.
A full iitteudaueo of inembors is deblinble.
I .. some sraoxa. young axd i.ntix.
llgeut Huwn.ian Homes Must bo good
miinmlK mid ohe.ip. CnMt priees only.
Apply to Wilued Utirtia or '! W. 1'riro ut
tho CirouH jiQumlH, 207-3J
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