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EVENING BULLETIN, APHIL 4, 1800.
5 Euei?! Bulletin
DANIEL LOGAN, Editor.
SATURDAY, APRIL -1, 1890.
"Votor" was not telephoning
through his hoiul gonr whon ho
BUggeated uti ciinctmouL to rctiuco
thu two of tho deadly cigiuotto.
Hawaii is not at all up to unto iu
this reform Hue. Slur.
. If "Votor" and tho Star would
look up tho statutes they would
find jtlmt thoro is such an enact
mon. Chapter 02 of tho Session
Laws of 18'.)0 makes it unlawful
to "sell or furnish tobacco in any
shape or form whatsoever to
minors under tho ago of fifteou
years." It provides a penalty of
not more than ono hundred dol
lars, and, for a second oU'onso by
a licensed dealer, a forfoituro of
license. This onactment mado by
tho much contomned National
Reform Legislature has had tho
effect of making cigarette smok
ing by children n raro sight.
whereas proviously it was ono of
the commonest things to bo seen
on tho streets of Honolulu. Un
less the ago bo raised to that of
majority, or cigarettes bo prohi
bited absolutely, it is hard to see
how our laws aic lacking in tho
It can hardly bo said that tho
Registration Act would bo uncon
stitutional, from evidence that has
been afforded by legislators that
it is aimed at tho Chinese and Jap
anese, because tho Constitution
expressly provides for discrimina
tion against "any class or nation
ality," for regiatrr.liou together
with other purposes. At tho same
time this provision makes a law of
omnibus registration altogether
unnecessary for tho control of
In connection with tho criticism
of a correspondent on tho now
license scheme, n remark mado
by a white mechanic who, being
frozen out here, is about to leave
for South Africa, is to tho point.
Ho said this was a strange "gov
ernment by the people." In other
countries mechanics complained
about heavy taxation, whilo hore
they tumbled over each other to
be saddled with now and strange
There is much public interest
tnkon in tho vacancy among tho
threo Honolulu pilots caueod by
Capt. Shopard's resignation. Tho
name of Chief Ofiicer Lawloss of
tho steamer Australia is received
with much favor, as that of a man
highly competent as well as es
teemed. Having been sailing in
to this port fifteen to twenty years,
Mr. Lawless is entitled to rato as
It is to bo hoped that tho House
will give tho liconso foe revision
strict scrutiny. Thoro aro somo
exactions in it which aro nothing
short of robbery and oppression,
while the burdens are in some
comparative casos about as in
equitable as anything tho Sultan
of Turkey could propose.
The Mont Beautiful Women . . .
. . . Aho Hie Homelietl
USE DRIFTED SNOW FLOUR.
,'nk Your Grocer For It.
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A SCIENTIFIC VISITOR.
r!I,L()r Of Till: HOYII. ."UKTKOIt-
oi.omcAt. siK'iirrv or i:xiani.
Will ltPtort ni tilt Toiiipi'rnturo l
(lie lliitvnltaii Iitntiilt I'rnlnc
Douglas Archibald, M. A., Fel
low of tho Royal Meteorological
Society, arrived by tho stcamor
Miiripo.su from Auckland and is
staying at tho Arlington Hotol.
Ho stayed over on his way to tho
United States to investigate tho
climatic features n Hawaii for
publication in his mports to tho
Royal Society. Mr. ArchibahUias
been making similar investigations
in Ofiontal countries and Austra
lasia. He iinili tho climato in
Honolulu much liko that of
Candy, tho capital of Coylon, and
ho was very glad to obtain tho
table of daily temperature forl89.'
lntoly issued by tlie Uullktin.
In conversation with tho editor
of this paper, Mr. Archibald ex
pressed his intention of seoiug
Rev. S. E. Bishop, with whom ho
has a scientific fellowship in con
nection with tho Krakatoa erup
tion. It will bo remembered that
Mr. Bishop propounded tho theory
that tho ruddy sunsets, for a year
or two following that awful cata
clysm, were duo to tho dust pro
jected into tho upper atmosphere
from tho stupendous eruption.
This, theory was accepted by tho
scientific world. Mr. Archibald
was a member of the Royal Soeio
t's committeo on tho Krakatoa
Mr. Archibald wob much pleas
ed to bo directed to C. J. Lyons,
clork of tho weathor bureau in
tho Government Survey, as ono
who could supply him with both
documentary and verbal informa-,
tion of valuo in his investigation.
Ho is delighted with tho climate
of Honolulu, assenting heartily
to tho remark that it was ono of
our most valuable assets. His
roport will bo n useful publication
of this fact to the world. Tho ro
cont superabundance of rain in
theso islands, whilo drought pro
vailed over a great bolt of terri
tory in tho Pacific, excites curiosi
ty in his mind and gives zest to
his observations hero. Mr. Ar
chibald is a nophow of tho lato
Sir E. Mortimer Archibald, who
was British Consul General at
New iTork for a great many years,
including tho war, and highly
honored y tho business commu
nity of that metropolis.
Mr. and Mrs. Stevens have tak
on charge of Ilaniwai bathing re
Bort. Building and Loan ilociation
The Rognlnr Monthly Mooting
will bo hold at tho Chamhor of
Commercoon MONDAY EVEN
ING, April G, 1890, at 7:30
KcCPuymonts nro required in
A. V. GEAR,
Pursuant to nn order of the Hoard of Di
rectors, made tn an open meeting of tliu
Hoard, upon tlic !M day of April, A U IK'Jti,
notlco Is hereby given Unit a ppeclal Meeting
of tlia Stockholders of the Knplol.ini Pnik
Association ha been culled bv the Dor.nl of
Directors, to bu held upon tho Tth dny of
April, A I) WHO, at lOiini, at tho (Hikes of
Wmu Irwin in Company, l.d, Fort xlreet,
Honolulu, to consider and net upon thu fol
lowing proposition, to wit: to release and
convey to the llawu hm (iovernmeut for a
l'ubllc Park the leaseholds mid other proper
ty belonging to the Association, forming li.irt
of orconneetul with the pioperty and estate
known us "Kaplol.inl Pmk," and lotr.mtact
such other business as may be brought befoio
said meeting. V. M MFFAItl),
Secretary Kaplolanl I'ark Association.
Honolulu, II. I., April 3, I6'.i:i, WW-td
HSVE YOU TRIED if?
JUST THE THING FOR BREAKFAST
Cooked Plo J led Oats.
Tho prigmiii brand,
Different from mid better tlmn any other brand.
JQLT" For Halo by all Lending Grocers.
FRANK B. PETERSON & CO.
S F. AGENTS
imeiy J opt85
I (April , 1S96.
! At a mess dinner the conver-
sauon lurneci on iiininm inim-
"Ah!" said Major Binks, "1
remember when I was at Bog
gleywallali 1 tamed an oyster.
He used to follow me all oveJ
I the house, like a dog. The Kit
! maghars used to bring him to
dessert, like a child, and he
would sit on the table at my
1 side with his shell open and
i crack filberts most affection
ate little creature."
i "Have you got him still?"
asked a doubting auditor.
"No, sir; he came to an un
timely end. A friend of mine
J came into the dining-room in
my absence, saw the oyster with
his shell open and wallowed
him. 1 shall never have an
other such pet !" 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
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.
Opposito Sprockols' Lank,
NO. 307 FORT STRKET.
Results of Honesty.
"My watch in giving mo tlio ut
most (jntisf notion; 1 ncttinlly bo
liovo it docs not vnry ft second
during the wcok."
Plonsnnfc rctnnvks these. Just
tho kind of bnlin n watchmaker
nouds occasionally to keep up
his spirits. Fnr 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
pleasnntfbt occupation which
could fall to tho lot of man.
So it's no wonder u follow
gets nil out of sorts occasion
ally, and then it's tho time a
tew remarks like tho above
does what all tho patent medi
cine in tho world could not ac
complish, chcer3 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. The pivots were so
worn, the wheels just wobbled
and wobbled, then stopped al
together. What was to bo '
done? Throw it away? Got a
new one. Yes, but tho wearer !
valued it for its associations, it
was as dear to him as his best .
friendjso nothing would do but
huilrl it. nil nvor ns it. vtro. ro-
new tho parts, put some go
into it. That wo accomplished
it to the entire satisfaction of
tho owner, his remarks above
would surely leavo no room for
doubt. And wo can do the
same with j'ours, 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 wo aro better
ablo to do your less intricate
work? Wouldn't it bo safer to
givo us the custotly of your
watch altogether, no matter
what the trouble, and have a
feeling of certainty as to its
H. F. Wichmaii
ABOVE OAR IS
Strong and Durable hx Conslcuctloa
And Is Adapted for Any and All rtantatlon Wl
t?' l'tiniiites given on nny stylo of
Plantation Cur. AIho on uliovo Oar if
1 limitation wmh to ubo tho Wheels nud
rou Work they have ou hand.
J. A. HUGHES,
202-1 in Honolulu.
Election of Officers.
AT A MKETI.N'U OF THE STOCKHOLD-
crs of thu Ilnwiillan Daieuall Association,
held this Ony, thu following otllcurs were
elected for the unexpired term:
W. V. Allen Vie-Ment,
M. K Kcolmkalolo Vlee-I'a'lilont,
I. II. KNher.... Secretary anilTieasurcr,
J. W. Winter Auditor.
11. M. Whitney, Jr., W. O. Wilder, Jr. An
ton l'erry, J. 11. Wodchousc, Jr.
J. 11. FlSIllSIt, Seeietary.
DUU1NG TUB TEMPORARY AH-tcuc-a
of .Mr O Wiuum, Mr Ilea Clio u here
by authorized to not .18 MaunRcr of our
Aim and to uigu our linn name.
Honolulu, March 28th, I8U0, 205-bv
(This is the Celcbntcil Thoroughbred IhtlMog
in tho world Unit
That the MANUFACTURERS' SHOE COM
PANY is not tho Largest Shoo House in tho
Hawaiian Islands ? And who say thut wo don't
sell at Bedrock Prices ?
3E3c!b.o ..nnLS-wexs :
Auction Sales by 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, opposito tho Punahou
Property, and nenr tho
junction of tho two
Tho Lots command a fine view
of! tho Oceun and City.
A Map of tho Proporty can bo
seon on 'Page 2 of tho Evenino
This will bo an oxcollent op
portunity to obtain a suburban
rosidenco site adjacent to tho City.
55" For further particulars,
JAS. P. MORGAN,
2G0 13t Auctioneer.
COFFEK ESTATE AND LANDS
ra ran. jvu rv. ara pjtv n n i
I am directed to sell at Fuhllc Auction qn
Wednesday,' May 27, '96,
at 12 o'clock noon of said day at my Bales
rooms on Queen stieet. tn Honolulu (unless
sooner disposed of at private sale) the follow
ing described property, namely:
A tract of laud of about 2,aoo acres In fee
simple situate at Kolo and Olelomoana 1 Iu
tioulh Kona, Island of Hawaii, about eight
mllcH by a good road from Hookcna, ono of
the largest villages In Kona. There Is an ex
cellent landing on tho land Itself from where
the cotl'ee und other produce could bu shipped
and agoodslto for a mill near tho landing.
Fifty acres oflaud aro in collee. Roughly es
timated there Is about seven hundred acres of
splendid colTce land lying all on ono block on
both sides of thu Ooveriuuentltoad. Eight
huudrcducrcs ljlng above and to tho Kastof
thu suven hundred acics above mentioned Is
alno excellent land and although at a higher
altitude Is no doubt alno well adapted tor
colfeo culture. The lower land below tho
coffee belt Is sultaole forplucapplcs and slual.
There Is a drjlug hnuc, More and work
rooms, a Gordon's 1'ulper, laborers' entailers
and water tanks ul the plantation, and the
land Is partly wulled. There has never been
any blight on this laud, although coirco was
planted a great many years ago. Old residents
of Kona like the lato I). 11. Nnliinn, J. W.
Kualmoku and others have testllled to this
fact. Thero is a s'ea fishery appurtenant to
Terms cash or part of tho purcliaso prlco
can tomuln on mortgage at eight per cent per
annum. Deeds and btumps at thu expense ol
A map of tho property can bo seen and fur
ther particulars obtained at my sales rooms,
J. P, MORGAN,
"30Z" that lickod every other bulldog
:eto ozlstze i
Avction Sales by Jas. F. Morgan.
Mortgagee's Notice of Intention to Foreclose and
NOTICE 13 IinilEBY OIVEN THAT BY
virtue orn power of sale contained In n ccr
tain mortgage, dated Uw'JrM day of January.
A. I). Imii, made by W. H. NAUMU other
wise known as Numnunul of Kckaha, Island
of Knua , to Cllfi.id II. Wood, of Honolulu,
rerouted In the olllec of the Registrar of Con
."'.'."im' l?,I.'",,f.r143' folios 457 to 459, the
said Ulllord II. Wood mortgagco, Intends to
forcclosu suld mortgage for a breach of tho
coudl Ions In said mortgago contained, to
wlt: iho iion-pajineiit of tho Interest when
Notice Is also hereby given that all and
singular tho lauds, tenements and heredita
ments In said mortgage contained and des
cribed will be sold at public auction, at the
auction room of Jumc F. .Morgan, on Queen
street, In said Honolulu, on MONDAY, the
oth day of April, A. D. isul), at 12 o'leock
noon of said day.
The property In said mortgago Is thus des
All that certain piece orpaiccl of lands!,
tnatoat Kapalawal, llannpepe, In said Island
of Kauai, coutalnlng an area of seven (7)
nercs, and being the same premises described
In Royal Patent No. WS8. Land Commission
Award No. 7iy.', to Kapachaa, and that wcro
Inherited by the said V. U. Naumu. from his
mother. Elcao, who wai tho daughter and
sole heir-at-law ofsald Knpachaa.
CLIFFORD II. WOOD.
Terms Cash. Deeds at expense ot pur
chaser. For further particular, apply to
.1. M. Monsauhat.
Attorney for .Mortgagee.
Honolulu, March liith, ISIXJ. L'07-3t
To Let or Lease.
THE -F.S1DF.NCE OF MRS. A. LONG,
ono mile from postofllcc. Large hoiiRO with
furniture Four bod rooms, parlor, large
dining room, pantry, kitchen, bath rooms,
hot and cold water, with patent closets,
Borvaut house, stables, horso paddock,
gurdon and trci'8. A charming location.
Apply to J ALHtED MAGOOJJ.
tf Merohaut st next I'ostoflice:
BEAUTIFUL CORNER LOT, 100x200
eet, within one blook of street-cars, corner
of Dole nnd Alexander xtrci-ti, near the
Oohu College, Punihon. Title perfect.
Good opportunity to purchase n building
site cheap. Addiesn "P.," thin office.
Piano Tor Sale.
A WOODWARD & BROWN PIANO.
Ha3nu excellent tone nnd is in lino condi
tion. .Will bu sold cheap for cash.
Address L. T.
105-tf Bulletin Office.
TWO NICELY FURNISHED FRONT
Rooms on King, towards Waikiki. Well in.
ASnWORTII'S BARBER SHOP.
FRONT ROOM NEATLY FURNISHED
At No. 4 Emma street, ono door above
EJTMyllnok dies not tip in this man.
nor, uo mattor how woighty tho load,
Hack No. 14
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Stftd: BotUtl nnd King Btieots.
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