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APRIL 0, 1890. ' , '' ' . . , s I
5 Eueijir; Bulletin,
DANIEL LOGAN, Editor.
MONDAY, APRIL C, 189G.
.. The articlo from a correspond
ent, relative to oleomargarine, poor
milk, buttor, otu., which appeared
in the Bulletin somo wcolcs ago,
appears to havo aroused tho lead
ing dairymen o tho island to a
proper senso of tho disadvantages
under which thoy conduct their
business. As a consequonco thoy
will probably petition tho legisla
ture asking for tho passngoof bucIi
laws as will protect tlioir interests
and put a stop to the ilooding of
tho market with tho imitation
If Ministers had a vote in tho
Legislature as of yore, tho pro
posed now salary would probably
hao boon voted. Tho constitu
tion of tho Republic gives tho
elected representatives of tho peo
ple a wholesome control, at least
to a certain extent, which it is to bo
hoped will bo exorcised every
time it is necossary.
It has been suggested to tho
Bulletin that, among other ob
jects of new taxation, overy bicycle
in use should be taxed. Of course
it would bo an obnoxious impost,
but at tho present timo revonuo
is tho only consideration.
One now salary was squelched
in the House this morning. Tho
prevailing sentiments of that body
on the question aro probably thoso
of tho people.
TheMol llcmtliful Women . . .
. . . Also the Homeliest
I .? DllIFTED SNOW FLOUR.
.Ul Your Grocer For It.
limit lis Column itltli , Siircemi.
lull I'crlnriHiiiiec;" and tl.en
It has been tho custom for sev
eral years for local talent to give
an Amateur Minstrel performance
occasionally. Tho last one was
presented Saturday ovoniug at tho
drill shed. Allowances must
always be made for amateur talent.
Tho writer knows from oxporionco
that it is no easy matter to Btaud
on a stage boforo several hundred
peoplo and sing a song or bring
tho point of a jolco out clearly.
Tho boys who worked hard to
give tho Honolulu public an even
ing's ontortainmont did not do
servo the sevore criticism that this
morning's Advertiser contained.
Tho show as a whole was n suc
cess not only financially but
artistically, the first part and olio
being especially good. Tho drill
shed is a largo building and peo
ple must remember tho performers
woro laboring under many disad
vantages. A sounding board is
ono of tho advantages the boys
did not possess. This makes a
big difference, as tho performers
havo to speak and sing in a much
Mr. A. E. Murphy who has
staged tho last fivo shows given
in Honolulu says that this was
tho best of tho lot. The perform
mico will bo ropoated Saturday
night with change or songs, gags,
etc., and will undoubtedly draw
even a larger house than attondod
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i.vT Hr... .Kri(.iui-au i;ji narKPn m ji
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i hi: l'oiirucuir.sK apfaik.
A Drunken Man Nlnrln n Lively How
on Mil in H Street.
"Tricks" Nolson, while druuk
ou Emma street last night, grab
bed a bicycle from a small boy
and would not return it. Tho
boy's mother intorfored together
with somo of tho byslandors ami
Nolson soon had a lively fight on
his hands. Nelson was arrosted
and taken to tho police station
whoro ho was charged with drunk
enness and disorderly conduct,
In tho meantime a considerable
crowd ol oxcitou ronuguoso una
assembled which the polico wero
ordered to disperse. A fight
onsuedm which a nuiiibor of 1 or-
tugueso wero injured by the clubs
of the police. Sev-rr.l of tho Por-
tugueso tore oil pickets from a
neighboring fenco with which to
defend theinyelvoa or attack the
police, and tho affair vas develop
ing into a general riot when tho
patrol wagon full of polico,
heavily armed, drovo up and stop
ped in front of Cnmpboll's placo.
About this timo Lieutenant Wells
fired his pistol oif with tho viow
of frightoning tho rioters, and
whether from this cnusoor tho
sight of fresh police coming up
tho hill under Captain Scott thoy
Anumborof those present claim
that the affair would not have
happened if tho mounted polico
had not charged indiscriminately
into tho crowd. It is claimei
thoy rodo ou to the sidowalk
whore mimbors of women and
children woro conm'etratcd and
that tho mon grubbed pick
ets and anything olso which
came handy to protect thomsolvos
During tho nioloo tho following
were arrested and taken to tho
Polico Station whoro thoy woro
afterwards bailed out by thoir
friends, tho sum of $100 bail
monoy being demanded in eacli
case, viz: Frank Forroira, M. Car
valho, Antono Enos, J. R. Muuez,
Rodrigues, Manuel Juan and
At tho hearing this morning,
"Tricks" Nolson, tho causo of tho
whole affray, was fined S2 and
costs for boiim drunk and disorder
ly, and tho Portuguese who aio
charged with rioting and unlawful
ly assotnbling, will bo given a
hearing on the 10th.
Tho affair happonod nearly in
front of President Dole's house and
ho saw tho latter half of it. Beyond
ordering tho polico to clear tho
street and advising tho excited
peoplo to jo homo ho took no fur
ther part in it.
Tlio Itninlg Jtorlvul.
Rov. Roraig has been indis
posed for somo days past from an
attack of la grippo. Ho had
planned to closo -his sorios of
meetings Sunday night and rest,
but tho interest displayed at tho
two services Sunday made the
importance of continuing vory
apparout, there boing several ac
cessions to the church at the
morning service. So ho con
tinues at least until Wednesday
night and through tho week if
the interest warrants it. His sub
ject touight will bo "Conversion"
or "What is a chango of Heart?"
The- April ((lnractle."
Tho April number of tho Para
dise of tho Pacific is fully up to
tho excellent standard maintained
by this magazine. It contains
descriptions of the Volcano trip,
tho Nuuanu Pali, Iho Honolulu
Firo Department, tho stoamor trip
to Honolulu, an interesting paper
by Soualor H. P. Baldwin on
"The Growth of tho Sugar Indus
try in Hawaii," together with
other matters of intereat.
W. W. Dimond was having a
fino timo in his two-sailed boat off
Waikiki yesterday, driving hor
back and forth across the lino of
surf at Long Brunch. Clarence
Macfarlauo's now sloop was cruis
ing off tho Waikiki bench.
-, OAlrtTy I i
- flTmiiiwwfnfnnnii ttg wiomn, itn
tJpril , 1896.
At a mess dinner the conver
sation turned' on animal train-
"Ah!" said Major Binks, "1
remember when I was at Bog-
gleywallall I tamed an Oyster.
He usfid q m me aj, oveJ
the house like a dog. The kit-
magliars used to bring him to
' j.ccnff i;i,a u;m rt., i,
deSSCtt, like a Child, and lie
J WOllld Sit Oil tile table at my
I ,:,. .vuu u.v .-Kpii nnpn nt1fi
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HULK IHUCIli II1U51 uncuiiuii-
ate little creature."
"Have you got him still?"
asked a doubting 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 hat 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.
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
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.
Opposite Sprockols' Biuik,
NO. 307 FORT STRF.ET.
Results of Honesty.
"My watch is giving mo tho ut
most satisfaction; I actually bo-
liovo it does not vary a second
during tho weok."
Pleasant remarks these. Just
the kind of bulm a watchmaker
noeds occasionally to keep up
his spirits. For you know
workinir all dnv on a hiirh
j stool, a glass firmly screwed
into ono eye, looking at objects
so niuto it takes a microscope
( to aistinguisu uiom, i ii.o ....o
. pleasantobt uccJIiatinu which
JouId fttll to tho ofc of llinll.
: Sp it's no wonder a fellow
i n i. c l
I gets all out of sorts occnsion-
,' Hy, ttiul then it's the time a
; f0w remarks liko tho above
does what all tho patent medi
cine in tho world could not ac
complish, chccr3 up, makes
things look brighter, tho next;
job goes all tho smoother.
Speaking of the above watch:
It was an old ono. The 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-1
together. What was to bo
done Throw it away? Get a i
new one. Yes, but the 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 woro, re
new tho parts, put somo go
into it. That wo accomplished
it to tho entire satisfaction of
tho owner, his remarks above
would surely leave no room for
doubt. And we enn do the
samo 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 we brag about,
complicated work is our strong
hold. Isn't it reasonable now
to suppose that we are 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 the trouble, and havo a
feeling of certainty as to its
H. F. Wicliman
Pursuant tonn order of the Board of Di
rector, m lulu In an opeu meeting of tho
Board, upon the 2.1 day of April, A D 1890,
notice Is hereby given that a Special Mectinc;
of tho HtoeUioUlers of the Knplolunl Fork
Association lias bvcu called by tlio Board of
Directors, to be held upon the 7th d.y of
April, A. I)18!)0, atluairt, t tho Oillco of
Wm G Irwin ic Company, Ld, Fort slrect,
Honolulu, to consider and net upon thu fol
lowing proposition,, to wit: to release and i
convoy to tlio Hawaiian Government for n
Public Pari; the lc&echolds and other proper
ty bclongim; to the Association, forming part
of or connected with tho property and estate
known us "Knplolaul Park," and to transact
such other business as may bo brought before
said mi'ctlnsr. W. M. Q1FFAHD,
Secretary Knplnlanl Park Association.
Honolulu, H. I.. April S, XS'M. SOO-td
Orchestral -;- Concert
Y. M: O. A. Orchestra,
v. 7. L A. aiAiur,,
Thursday Evening, April 9th.
Change of Law Firm.
Ilnrtwoll, Thurston it Stanloy
havo dissolved thoir Law partner
ship us ot March 31st, Mr. Ilart
voll remaining in tho ollico over
Bishop's bank and Mossrs. Thurs
ton it Stanloy moving to tho oflicos
formerly occupied by Mr. Hutch
on Kimhumanu street, whore they
will do business together" under
tho finn name oE Thurttlou t Stan
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mi tfbibr- WM Wm -, . i
(This in tbo Cu'ebralccl Thoroughbred DulIfloK "dOZ" that liokod overy other bulldog
iu tho world thut would fight,)
That the MANUFACTURERS'. SHOE COM
PANY is not tho Largest Shoo House in tho
Hawaiian Islands ? And who say that we don't
sell at Bedrock Prices ?
ZEJoDa.0 -A.rLSTTv'-exs : 2STO, OZfcTZE I
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, opposite tko Punnhou.
Property,, and near tho
junction of tho two
Tho Lots command a lino view
of tho Oceou and City.
A Map of the Property canbo
soon on Page 2 of tho Evening
This will bo an. excellent op-
portunity to- obtain a suburbnn
residence oito adjacent to tho Gity,
SCO 13t Auctloneor.
I nra directed to sell at Public Auction on
Wednesday, May 27; '96,
at 13 o'clock noon of said day at my sales
rooms on Queen street. In Honolulu (unless
sooner disposed of at private sale) tie follow
lng described property, namely:
A tract of land of about 13,81)0 acres In fee
simple sltuata at Kolo and Olclnmoana 1 In
South Koiin, IMand of Hawaii, about eight
miles by a good road from Hooheua, one ol
tlio Invest villages hi ICoua. Tlicio Is an ej
ccllent umdlnt on the land Itself from ivhcra
the colIVo and other produce. couLd bu elilppeJ
ind a good site fur a mill near tho landing.
Fifty acres of hind arc In colk-o. Roughly es
tlmated there Is about seven hundred acres of
splendid cotfeo land lying all on one block on
both sides of thu Government Itoad. Kfcrht
hundred acres lying above and to tlio Kastof
tho seeu hundred acies above mentioned U
nlfio excellent land and although at a higher
altitude Is no doubt also well adapted for
eolfeo culture. The lower land below tho
cotfeo belt Is unit nolo lurplucapplcs iiudshml.
There is a dr)ing house, store and work
looms, u (ionlou's I'ulper, laborers' quarters
mid water tanks tit the plantation, and the
laud is partly walled. There has never been
any blight ou this hind, although cotfeo was
planted a great many jears ago. Old residents
of Kona like the late, 1). 11. Nahlnu, J. W.
Kualuioku and others have testified to this
fact. There ii a f.ea flehery appurtenant to
Terms ca6li or part of tho purchase prieo
can remain on mortgage ateluht per cent per
annum. Deeds and stamps at the expense ot
A map of tho pioperty can be seen and fur
ther particulars obtained at iny Bales looms.
J. 1 MOHGAN,
n n flv n r n t w
r h i r cni i
What with riots among peo
ple of ono nationality and leg
islative action on tho evils en
suing from tho immorality of
the females of another race
fltlfl r.lll qmfllll-wioo nf nnn.Jn
lvbr noraiaf in d1w.(-!., ti.
...... u.uluu ,,j ouwuimiy uu bill-
gets within the- three, mile
limit, moral Honolulu has been
thrown into such a pretty kot-
tie ot lish that is a question
if oven' an extra session of the
J Legislature can pull us otffc of
Who would havo thought
that this Paradise of tho Paci
fic could havo been so sudden
ly turned into a modern Sodom
and Gomorrah ? If this keeps
up the people will fall short of
fcbc fci,no n to look at
the bargains wo f.H'er in Table
Wo carry six distinct stock
patterns of engraved and. cut
glasses from which single
glasses or dozens may bo had
at any time. Tho sots range
from the petite liquer glass to
a finger bowl, and. the price
varies from fifty cents a dozen
up to that which most pleases
tl economical woman,
' Ours is the tumbler store.
Von Holt Building.
To Let or Lease.
THE USIDENOB OK MBS. A. LOJ
oii9 mllo from postoftfoe. L iry) houso ifi
luruiiuro. four bod ronmn, parlor, IM
I diulug room, pantry, kite lion, huth rofol
uoi and cold water, witu patent cl&4
'sorraut houBOH, Bibles, hcreo nadrid
(junluu uud trofH. A charming locntioiul
Apply to .1 AJjt'U'.U jJIAUUUN. I
tf Morclmnt HtM nat I'ostoiUccI
BEAUTIFUL CORNER LOT. lOfofld
oet, within ono block of st root. cars, foruH
oi .uoie nun Aifaxumior HtroetH, iif i r in
Oalm Collegs, Puruthou. Titlo iurfeii
Good opportunity to purchaso a bt- UdiiS
IU tugini, UUHJ1 -X., lUlHOUlSy,.
Piano For Sale.
A WOODWARD A; BROWN PIAN:
Ilannu nxcvlleut tone and is in fino couilU
tlon. Willi be sold cheap, for ctuh.
Addreau L. T.
105-tf DoixtTiN OtHet.
TWO NICELY FURNISHED FRONT
Rooms on King, toward Wnilelhi. Wtll in.
ASllWORTirs HARDER 8JI0I'.
FRONT ROOM NEATLY FURNISHED
at No. -1 Euitm itieet, one door above
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