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KVKNIiNO UUIiTiKTIN, AWUTi i, 1800.
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51; Euerio5 Bulletin,
DANIEL LOGAN, BdtMV
W.UI3AY, APRIL. Jl, 1S90.
3t lins heow nniiouupod Hint firo (
nlatuis uro to bo given with tlio
thistle of tlio llnwaiinn lilpctric
Company's works iustanri of tlio
boll on tlio contrnl firo stntion.
0io of tho roasons is that tho
boll tower is through ngo so weak
that it may give way under the
vibrating bull. Thoro is ronlly no
ueed for any public alarm with a
paid, lire department always on
watch, excepting when a firo threat-
ons to got beyond tho control of
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tlio rattto of tho tiro apparatus
coming into a neighborhood afford
all tho alarm to its inhabitants
which is required to inform
them of danger to their persons
and property. Not ono in a
thousand of tho peoplo of Hono
lulu, probably, keep tho numbers
of tho wards in thoir heads,
so that the ringing or
tooting of theso is no etfectivo
publication of tho locality of a
fire. Public alarms at night are a
disturbanco of tho quiet which is
unnecessary, and in daytime
causo an intorforonco with busi
ness and a demoralization of tho
telephone service, from tho timo
of the first sound, until "Central"
is. enabled to loll tho 1001th in
quirer as to both the place and
tho progress of tho firo that it is
"all out." Crowds ot a firo aro an
impediment to tho firemen when
they aro easily able to control tho
flames without assistance, and if a
fire is getting boyond their control
they will not bo long without out
sido help, in most cases ovon al
though a general ulurjii is not
sounded. Tho advance and tho
attack nu a formidable blaze, as
already intimated, will mako noise
enough to arouse a largo neigh
borhood, and with all tho tele
phones that llonolulu possesses
the entire city would soon bo ap
prised of any fire approaching tho
proportions ot a conflagration. In
ordinary cases, therefore, still
alarms ought to bo sufficient.
THE LOAN BILLS.
In this issuo a correspondent
gives an opinion on tho loan bills
which concentrates' tho views of
loading financiers and other
thoughtful persons who have ox
pressed thomsolves upon tho sub
joct. This country is rich enough
to carry its own government
through financial straits. A loan
raised at homo will keep tho
interest at homo and, when its re
demption falls duo, tho principal
will bo ropayablo at homo. Thus
the transaction would bo largely
freed from tho most trito objection
to national borrowing, that it hy
pothecates tho resources of pos
terity to meet present emergen
cies. On tho contrary, it would
seem rathor to bo conserving tho
prosperity of the present for tho
benefit of posterity. A national
loan abroad, thero is no uso in
shutting our oyos to tho fact,
would bo an extraterritorial
mortgago on tho country.
It appears that wo mado a mis
tako iu yesterday's leador, in say
ing that tho Sonato "hastily ad-
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journed" on the nppronch of the
1 1'orluguuHo procoHsiin. Tho stnlo
' went was made on tho Rtrenglh of
outside eomini'iitH Jienrd upon the
1 demonstration, which in this case
I It proves were not founded on
fact. Tho Senate was in session
1 for some timo after tho arrived of
tho procession and, like tho House,
paid no attention as a body to tlio
proi'iicdiugs iu tho hallway ami
Attorney-General Byrnes of
Quoonsland, who was ono of tho
Ministers visiting these island
lately, in a recent speech opposed
tho union of the eolouies for any-
thing except defence. He
afraid tlmt under tho proposed
federation the trade of Oueous-
j d mj ,t ivitntl. to thc porls
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of New South Wales.
It will bo sincerely hoped by all
his friends on this sido of the
globe that Mark Twain has got
over his illness in India and gono
on his way in good health.
The Most eautiful Women . . .
. . . Also the Homeliest
USE DRIFTED SNOW FLOUR.
Atk Your Gfocee For It.
"What sort o' placo do you
reckon heaven is?" said Mosoly'
AVraggs, slowly shifting his seat
on the park bench and looking
dreamily out over the Domain.
"Tho good book says it is a placo
o' rest," replied Tutfold Knutt,
squinting contemplatively at tho
sun. "It won't bo much of a
chango, will it?" rejoined Mosoly
Wrnggs, after a long pauso.
In Chicago. Visitor: "Where
is it that man lives? Must bo
outsido tho city limits, isn't it?"
Itosident: "Outsido tho what?"
Visitor: "Tho city limits." Resi
dent: "Wo haven't any."
Junior Partner: ""Why did you
give Cruiumer tho job of collect
ing debts for our firm? Do you 1
think ho is voiy good bouior
Partner: ""Well ho collected a
debt from mo tho other day."
l'ursuant to an order of the Board of Di
rectors, inndu In on open meeting of tlio
Hoard, upon the M d.i of April, A U 18WJ,
notice h herein uiwii tlmt a Special Meeting
of tho MuiMm.Uurs of thu Kaplulunl Park
Atsuualiuu has bien called by thc lloard of
DhcUoid, to be held upon thc Till day of
April, A I) 18110. at IU am, nl the Oftlces of
WmO Irwin i: Company, I,d, Fort street,
Honolulu, to consider and act unon the fol
lowing proposition, to wit: to rcleaso and I
convey to tnu liauuuim uo eminent tor a
Public l'ark thc leaseholds and other proper
ty belonging to the Association, forming part
of or connected with thu property aud estate
known as "Kaplolanl l'ark," and to transact
such other busincts us may bo brought before
said meeting. W. M. G1FFAKD,
Secretary Kaplolanl l'ark Association.
Honolulu, II. I., April a, Ib'M. SOIt-til
Election of Officers.
AT A MEETINO OF THE STOCKHOI.D
crs of thu Hawaiian liaielmll Association,
held this day, tho following otllcers were
elected for tho unexpired term:
W. F. Allen Pro-Ident,
M. K. Keohokalole Vlco-l'resldent,
J. H. Fhhcr.... Secretary and Treasurer,
J. W. Winter Auditor.
II. M. Whitney, Jr., W. U. Wilder, Jr.
ton Perry, J. II. Wodchouse, Jr.
J. II. FlSHhlt, Secretary.
Honolulu, March atst. -'O'J-Ilt
DO YOU KNOW HIM?
Who? Why, that lied man down on
Fort street Just below Queen street. Ill
Ho Is now on the Onast Inuliu; a ficr.li
stock of Feed that will .tirhj; toi Hie new
firm on tho
Warrimoo, April 7th.
Call and uet acquainted with him and at
tlio same timo place jourordir for best
quality of Hay and I eed In the Market.
"Washington Feed Co.
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(April , 1S96.
At a mess dinner the conver
sation turned on animal train
ing. "Ah!" said Ahjor Binks, "I
remember when I was at Bog
gleywallah I tamed an oyster,
lie used to follow me all ovcj
the house like a dog. The Kit
maghars used to bring him to
was'desseit, like a child, and he
would sit oh the table at my
side with his shell open and
crack filberts most affection
ate little creature."
"Have you got him still?"
asked a doubting1 auditor.
"No, sir; he came to an un
timely end. A friend of mine
came into the dining-room in
my absence, saw the oyster with
his shell open and swallowed
him. I shall never have an
other such pet 1" 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
why we handle them. We
sell a stove a day averaging
the year round and most of
them 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.
All 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
For a stove suitable for a
large household we recom-r
mend the Columbia. This
is a stove with six holes and
much more elaborately orna
mented than the Pansy
I We repeat again that we
J will not be undersold on stoves
I by any firm in the islands.
Hawaiian Hardware Co.
Opposite SproolHila1 Hank,
NO 307 FORT STREET.
"My wuloh i Riving mo llio Ml
inosl BiitiHfaolion; L actually be
liovo il itot'H not vary a bocoihI
duriny H10 wcok."
Plcnsant remarks th'cso. .Tusfc
tho kind nf balm 11 watchmaker
iiucds occasionally to keep up
li'.a 3u. KVr you know
working all day on a high
stool, a glass firmly screwed
into ono eye, looking at objects
so minuto it takes a microscope
to distinguish them, is not tho
! pluasantttjt occupation winch
could fall to tho lot of man.
i So it's no wonder a fellow
gets all out of sorts occasion
ally, and then it's tho timo a
few remarks like tho above
does what all thc patent medi
cine in the world could not ac
complish, cheers up, makes
things look brighter, tho next
job goes all tho smoother.
Speaking ot'the above watch:
It was an old one. Tho wearer
had used it steadily for forty
years, lfc had run enough ;had
revolved its wheels so long ami
steadily, that at last it was
tired out. The pivots were so
worn, the wheels just wobbled
and wobbled, then stopped al
together. What was to be
done? Throw it away? Get a j
new one. Yes, but thc wearer
valued it for its associations, it
was as dear to him as his best
friend;so nothing would do but
build it all over as it were, re
new the parts, put some go
into it. That wo accomplished
it to tho entire satisfaction o(
tho owner, his remarks above
would surely leave no room for
doubt. And wo can do the
same with yours, sometimes
they go a little too far, and the
cost for" 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
to suppose that we arc better
ablo to do your less intricate
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. F. Wicliinan
ABOVE OAK IS
Strong and Durable in. CunstmcUcii
And is Adapted for An? and All PtanMlon Wort
E.tT EHtlwiitoa glvou on oay stylo of
riautntiou Cur. Also ou oLovo Uar It
plitiitutiouB wjbh to usa tlio WheeU uud
Irou Work tlioy huvo ou hand.
J. A. HUG-HBS,
50c per Week.
(Thin is tho CelehMted ThomiiBUbrctl Ilulldon "BOZ" tlmt licked over' other bulldog
iu tlio world tlmt would fight.)
That tho MANUFACTURERS' SHOE COM
PANY is not the Largest Shoo Houso in tho
Auction Sales by Jas. F. Morgan.
On WEDNESDAY, April 8,
AT 12 O'CLOCK NO'JN.
At my Salesroom, Queen streot,
I will soil at Public Auction
At Mnuoa, opposite tho Punahou;
Property, and near- tho-
junction o the two
Tlio Lots command a lino visw
of tlio Ocean' and City.
A Map of tho Property caa bo
seen on Page 2 of tho EvKN'ixa
This will bo an oxcollout op
portunity to obtain a Buburban
resfdonco site adjacent to tho City.
fiST" For further partduulars,
JAS. F. MORGAN,
2fiA 13i Auotioiioor.
COFFEE ESTATE AND LANDS
lam illtetted to sell ut Publl'i- AutIo on
Wednesday, May 27, '96,
atlSo'tluek noon of said day at ray sales
rooms ou Queen street. In Honolulu (unless
Hooner disposed of ut private salo) the follow
Inc described property, namaly:
A tract of land of about S'JUO acres In feo
simple situate at Koto and Oleloinoana 1 In
South Kona, Island of Hawaii, nbout eight
niilea by a good road from HooVeua, one 01
tlio largest tillages In Kona. Thero is nit ex
cellent landing on the laud Itself from where
tho cotlee and other produce could be shipped
rtid ugciod flte for a mlU near the landing.
Klftv acres of land aro lu colleo. littughly es
timated tlieie is about ccn hundred acres of
splendid colTce laud Ij Ing all on tine block on
both sides of thu (inernmi.utltoad. Klglit
hundred acres lj'ing abno and to thc Kastof
thu seen huudied ueies nbovo mentioned la
also i Mi'lltnt land and althninrli nt a higher
nltltudu it no doutit also well iiduptul for
cntreo culture. Tho lower land hi low thu
colfco belt Is sultauli lurpincnpplfs uud olsal.
'lheruii n drjlng home, btoro mid work
rooms, a (ioulnn'n I'ulper, laborers' tUiiiters
and water tiinKs ut the plantation, Mid the
land Is partly walled. Theie has never been
any blight ou this laud, although coffee was
planted a great many jears ngo. Old residents
of Kona like tho lato I). 11. Nablnu, .1. W.
Kualuioku and othern havo tebtltled to this
fact. Thero is a tin fishery appurtciunt to
Terni cash or p.ut of tho purchnso price
can remain on morlginre at elulit per cent per
annum. Deeds aud stumps ut tho expense ol
A tnuj) of tho property can bo seen and f ur
tlier particular obtained nt my bales rooms.
J, P. MORGAN,
Auction Sales by Jas. F. Morgan.
AUCTION SALE OF
HORSES and CAR
TOMORROW, April 4, 189G,
AT 12 O'CLOCK NOON, '
In Front of my 8nlcsron, Queen trcet, I
will sell at l'ulillc Auction,
1 NEW SURREY,
1 NEW PHAETON,
1 Second-hand PHAETON
3 CARRIAGE HORSES.
20Q It Auctioneer.
Mortgagee's Notice cf Intention ta Foreclose and
NOTICE IS I1EKCBV (JIVKN THAT I1V
Tlrtiicnrnponcr oUnlo contained In n cer
tain nuirtKUKc, il.iteil tlio i.'d il.ir of Jununry,
A I). I Mil, mmle by IV. 1!. NAUMT otlicr
le known in Xmiinitmii of lvckulm, Island
or Kauai, to Cllffi-ril li. WoouVof Honolulu,
rccoiilcd In the olllee of tliu Itcclstrar of Con
veyances, Iu I.lher 1, fulUMM7u-i5U, tUo
said Clliford II. Wood niortjpiuce, Intends to
foreclose said mortal) for nlneacli of the
vvuviiiiiMin in sum ni)n:iu coiuainui. to-
It: tho non-payment ot tlio lutercut lieu
Notice U nlso hereby Klvcn that nil and
singular the lands, tenements, and heredita
ments iu ald morti;nKe contained anil des.
crlbed will lie sold at nublle-auctlon, nt the
auction room of .Turn lm F. Morgan, ou Queen
street, in said llonolulu, on MONDAY, the
(ith duy of April, A. D. ISUO, at U o'leock
noon of said day.
Thu property In.sold mortgage I-i thus des
cribed.Tlz: All that certain plero orp.iicel oflnmUl.
tuato at Kapalnnai, llnnapepe. In said Island
of Kauai, contalnlinc nu area of seven (7)i
acre, and beln;; the same premises dtscrlbed.
In ltoval Patent No. 'J5S, Land CommlIon
Avvurd No. 7tr.S, to Kuiiaclua, and that were
Inherited by the said W. ii. Naumu, from hl
mother. Eleao, who was tho ilauirliler aud
sol heir-at-law ofsuld Knpaehan.
etrFFORI) II. WOOD.
1 erms Cash. Deeds at expense of pur
nuaocr. For further partlonLirs, apply to
J. M. Mo.NSAUKATv
. . Attorney for MortfMHC.
Honolulu, March Rth, IS!W. 207-3fc
V3T My Hnok ibes not Up In tills man.
ncr, no matter how weighty tlio loud.
Hack No. 14
. J6 TELEPHONE 170 a
Stnail: lUhel nml King htuots.
CAN'T BE BEAT!
j 5Iy S10.00 Until Tubs, lined with boat
iimility, No. 10 ilue, 0 in. Pipe, Chain and
I ring, with wood liui nil eouiploto. Other
ilculors nro dunifounded, and Ju&ort to all
innnnot of TriekH and IlxciihCR.
He not deceived, tlitno HatU Tubs have
been Bold for $14 nutil I roduoed tho price.
I mn prepnied to do nil work in my line
( mid guuiuutio sutisfuctiou; Kstiniates fur-
If you want n good Job clienp for Cnsh,
ring nji Telephone 814, nml I nm your
Tinsmith & l'lunibori
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