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EVENING BULLETIN, APltlL 13, 1890.
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5!? Euepir Bulletin,
DANIEL LOGAN, Editor.
MONDAY, Al'llIL 13, 1890.
TIio article in this morning's
paper rolntivo to Hilo hurbor im
provements is timoly but innc-
. cnrnto. In the first place, there
has been no bucIi recedonco of tlio
bay shoro lino as is stated; it is
doubtful if tho land in tho neighbor
hood of tho prcsout wharf lias
gained ten feet in ten years. Tnko
the year round nnd tho prosont
lauding is used by Iho Kinau
whaloboats for both freight and
passengors probably nine out of
Accqrding to soundings made
by sovornl exports about a year
ago, there ho a been no filling in
of tho bay whatever in llftoon
years, excopt theoncroachmont on
the immediate shoro line from tho
present wharf round to tho mouth
of the Wniakea river, a distanco of
a milo nud a quarter. Tho curvo
of tho bay is greater than is ap
parent in tho maps published in
tho Advertiser, and the strip of
mado laud accumulated dur
ing tho past fifteen years
widens from a foot or so at tho
lauding to a possiblo width of 80
foot at or near tho old mouth of
tho "Wailuma (now filled in),
about midway between tho wharf
and "Waiakea river, from thou on
narrowing down to tho mouth of
As Mr. Loobonstein says, tho
water is of ample depth close in
shoro, near tho "Waiakea river, to
admit of tho anchorage of vessols
of tho greatest draft. But it
is extremely doubtful what
effect the building of a wharf at
that spot would have on tho close
harbor thus formed. Tho Waia
,ken river entranco is vory often a
" dangerous lauding place, although
not considered as bad as tho
present wharf landing during
heavy weather inasmuch as, once
over the bar, boats aro in quiet
water of tho stream. "Waiakea
river drains "Waiakea plantation
and carries out into the bay a
vory largo deposit of soil and
sand. It is by no means impro
bable that placing a wharf a few
hundred yardB outside would
creato such a barrier as to cause a
vast sand bar to form against or
near it and thus render tho now
Before considering tho proposi
tion tho government shdulu se
cure expert testimony based on
personal and careful scrutiny of
that portion of tho bay, cross cur
rents, trend of tho land, etc. Hilo
needs a wharf and breakwater
badly enough in all, conscience,
but she would bo vastly bettor off
in tho future if she waited two or
throe years and got a good one.
It may be a kindorgnrton, but
tho Third Houso is a now indus
try, which has como it is hoped
to stay, for tho production of
'honest thought on publio ques
tions. If publio opinion is worth a
continental copper, thoro will bo
radical revision of our taxation
The Most licavtiful Women . . .
. . . Also the Homeliest
lliw nnilWh'n vxrnur vrnrrn
Ubh DIUi'JhU tiUr I'LOUIl.
tl: 1 our Grocer For II.
I S&ej" & .Carefully ,a?fr N A
1 W tfWSVVL E E?IEJ7 PACKED IM VERVUUFMn!H
I l! ? ;IJMiiif SPECIALLV FOR BRANDa Jj
I L&&Q'e'Vri will prWe their JraliA J
iiomiii ov iii:ai.tii hii:kiin4.
Tlic ttmiril nml Hip Ilxr-rtillrri Dlni'lit
A special meeting of tho Board
of lloalth and tho Executivo was
hold at Minister Coopor's otlice on
Saturday afternoon, tho subjects
uudordiscussiou being tho presence
of smallpox in tho harbor and the
proposition to forbid tho lauding
of passengors from infected ports
iu tho future.
Aftor a long discussion in which
President Dole, Attornoy-Genoral
Smith, Minister Coopor, Senator
Waterhouso, Drs. Day, EnioiHon
and "Wood and J. 1 Uackfeld
took part, it was finally
decided to quarantine all the
Gaelic's passengeis eighteen days
from tho time they anil their bag
gago wero fumigated. In tho
event of fresh cases arising tho
quarantino will have to bo extend
In tho matter of receiving ship
monts of immigrants in tho futuro
it was decided that a quarantino
of live days for cholora and
eighteen for smallpox must be
enforced before leaving China or
Japan, and tho following order,
prepared by President Dole, was
directed to bo sont to tho Hawai
ian agents in Hongkong and
"In case of smallpox, cholora or
plaguo becoming epidemic at or
near such ports, no steorago pas
sengers from such ports will bo
permitted to land nt Honolulu
unless adequate quarantino of all
steerage passengers has boon per
formed by them, nud their effects
fumigated beforo embarkation."
In discussing tho existence of
the black plaguo at Hongkong Attorney-General
Smith said tho
official report showed thirty-ono
cases thoro. Ho produced the
bill of health of tho Gaolic, which
was without a scratch of tho pen
except ns to tho name of tho
steamor and tho official's signa
ture. Tho carelessness of officials
at tho other end of tho lino was
commented on and condemned.
In the early part of tho meeting
Senator "Waterhouso protested
against lauding of tho Gaolic's
passengors. It was nil right to
land tho sick man ns a matter of
humanity and precaution and iso
late him, but the other passengers
should havo been quarantined on
board tho vessel nt tho ex
pense of tho ship. It was
tho samo old question of dollars
and couts which cropped up ovory
time and tho govern mout always
got tho worse of it. What was
tho uso of inviting tho Senato and
House Sanitary Committees to at
tond tho meeting for consultation
when tho govornmont had already
acted and taken the responsibility r
Ho protested against tho unduo
hasto manifested in land
ing tho passengers and
considered that it was a monaco
to the public health both now
and in tho futuro. If an epidemic
of tho plague or smallpox should
break out three months from now
it would bo impossible to mako
tho public believe that it was not
directly traceablo to tho passen
gors of tho Gaelic, who had now
been landed against tho will and
without tho knowledge and
consent of tho people.
Tho Singor received 5d first
awards for Sowing Machines and
embroidery work at the Worlds'
Fair, Chicago, 111., being tho
largest numbor of awards obtained
by any exhibitor, and more than
doublo tho number given to nil
other Sowing Machines. B. Beii
(jerson, Agent. Bethel Btreot,
NOTICE IS IIEUKIIV GIVEN THAT
nil persons having claims ugulnht the
Kfttate of Ilnmumurn of Onuuieu, Hilo ilis-
trif't. Ihlitllil itf IliLWfiH. klinll TtivKnnt sntfl
, cluirns for ndjustniout iuinio.iinto.y to the
uniloriiigiitHl. A. W. UOBSON,
' Assigned of the Estate of Ilitumumrn,
Hilo, Hawaii. 277-3t
THE WORLD HAS NEEDED
THE WORLD HAS WAITED
FOR IT !
THE WORLD CAN NOW
HERE IT IS!
A phenomenal stove that
burns common Coal Oil (kero
sene) with a blue flame with
' out odor.
The wonderful "NEW PRO
1 CESS" BLUE FLAAE COOK
ING STOVE, which three
j years of careful testing has
proven to be wholly practi
cable. Burns coal oil (kero
1 sene) from a wick, which will
last a year, producing an in
tensely hot blue flame, like
coal gas without odor nev
er smokes as the wick cannot
be turned too high. Absolute
ly non-explosive. All parts
durable and interchangeable.
Requires no more care than
the ordinary house lamp.
This is a stove that admits of
drawing the fluid for light and
heat from the same barrel or
tin. It is the most economi
cal stove in the world and fyou
cannot afford to be without
The difficulty in the past
with all coal-oil stoves has been
that the means at hand were
entirely inadequate for the re
sults desired. The flame being
in all cases a yellow or illumin
ating flame, made it impossi
ble to place the article or uten
sil in direct contact with it.
As a result the time occupied
in cooking or baking was so
long that it was distressingly
! irksome ' and unsatisfactory.
Again with the old style il
luminating flame oil stove there
' is always the liability of the
I flame creeping up after the
burner is lighted, sooting every
, thine over it and sehdinjr forth
I f a V
a volume of smoke and odor
into the room. A decidedly
disagreeable occurrence, but
what everyone has experienced
who has operated the old
The wonderful "New Pro
cess" Blue Flame Oil Cook
Stove, has a powerful blue
flame absolutely odorless. Any
utensil or flat iron may be
placed directly in the flame
without a particle of soot being
deposited upon it. By the use
of the simplest device it is im
)ossible to turn the wick too
ligh, thus insuring a perfect
flame at all times when in oper
ation. Possibly the most posi
tive proof of the success of
this stove is the result obtained
in baking. The inside meas
urements of the oven on the
"New. Process" Blue Flame
Oil Stove are 19 1-2 inches
wide, 12 inches deep and 13
1-2 inches high. With this
large oven it is possible to cook
as perfectly and quickly as in
any coal, gas, or gasoline range.
Tlie use of coal oil (kerosene)
is so general that every house
hold is piovided with it; hence
there is no annoyance in the
matter of procuring fuel in any
Call and examine this stove
Hawaiian Hardware Co.
Opposite Spreckols' Bank,
NO. 307 FORT STREET.
Results of Honesty.
"My watch is giving mo tho ut
most satisfaction; I actually bo
liovo it does not vory a second
during tho weok."
Pleasant rcmnrks these. Just
the kind of balm a watchmaker
needs occasionally to keep up
his spirits. !Kor you know
working all day on a high
stool, a glass firmly screwed
into one eye, looking at objects
so minute it takes a microscope
to distinguish thorn, is not tho
pleasnntcst occupation which
could fall to the lot of man.
So it's no wonder a follow
gets all out of sorts occasion
ally, and then it's tho time a
few remarks liko tho above
does what all tho patent medi
cine in the world could not ac
complish, cheers up, makes
things look brighter, the next
job goes all tho smoother.
Speaking ot tlio above watch:
It was an old one. The wearer
had used it steadily for forty
years. It had run cnough;had
revolved its wheels so long and
steadily, that at lost it was
tired out. The pivots wero so
worn, the wheels just wobbled J
and wobbled, then stopped al- j
together. What was to bo '
done? Throw it away? Get a '
new one. Yes, but the wearer '
valued it for its associations, it
was as dear to him as his best
fricnd;so nothing would do but
build it all over as it were, re
new tho parts, put somo go
into it. That wo accomplished
it to tho cntiro satisfaction of
tho owner, his remarks above
would surely leavo no room for
doubt. And we 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 intricato 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
give us tho custody of your
watch altogether, no matter
what tho trouble, nnd havo a
feeling of certainty as to its
H. F. Wicliman
HAVING PURCHASED THE
business o tho No. 10 Fort Streot
, Storo from the estate of tho late
J. T. wntornouso, l will continue
tho same business under my own
Thanking the patrons for their
patronage during tho twonty-fivo
years of my mauagoraout of the
business, I ask for a continuance
of tho same liberal patronage.
A full line of Dry Goods and
Fancy Goods -will bo kept con
stantly on hand nt lowest prices.
I IUVB JUST RECFIVKIl
Ex Irmgard "
An nshcntmont ot
Victoria Lawns, Doyleys, Cool
ing Cloths and
Linen Table Damask and Lin
en Napkins, Linen and Turk
ish Towels, Curtain Loops,
Silk Boltings, etc., etc.
E. W. JORDAN.
Temperature - -Record
For the Year 1895.
Trl'ilnllV 'Icniiivrntiiro for tlio Etitlio
.NO. 10, FORT ST.
Buy ft copy and Roud to your friends
.IPrico 5 Cents.
jpy For fmlo nt the Ofiloo of the V.vhN
i.nu 11ui.li.t:n, COO Klu(j street. 277-tf
(This is tlio Celebrated Thoroughbred Bulldog " BOZ" that lioltod every other bulldog
iu tho woild that would lighl )
That tho MANUFACTURERS' SHOE COM
PANY is not tho Largest Shoo Houso in tho
Hawaiian Islands 1 And who say that wo don't
sell at Bedrock Prices ?
IEcIdlO -A-rLS-wexs : INTO OILTIE I
Auction Sales by Jas. F. Morgan.
COFFEt! ESTATE AND LANDS
I nm dlrecttil to sell nt Public Auction ou
Wednesday, May 27, '96,
at 1!3 o'clock mion ot euh! diiy nt my enlva
rooms on Queen tttcct. In Honolulu (unless
MioncrillMwsrd of ut private side) the follow
ing described property, namely;
A tract oflanduf uouut ",'uUO acres in fee
simple sltiiutu nt Xolo nnd Olelomonna 1 la
South Komi, Islnail of linn nil, about elht
miles by n pood rnnd from Itonkcna, one ol
tliu largest ll!ug in Kona. Tliero Is an ex
cellent liinilliii; on the land Itself from where
the coffee and other produce could be shipped
and a good site forn mill near the binding.
Fifty aeres ofland are iu colleo. Itoughly es
timated there Is about feven hundred ncres of
splendid eolfee land hiiitf nil on ono block on
both sides of the GoeinmentHond. Eight
hundred acres 1) lug alioo nndtrtiho Hastof
the eccn hundred iicics nbowlSentloned is
also excellent land and although nt a higher
altitude Is no doubt also ell adapted for
eolfee culture. The lower land below the
coffee belt is sultuolo for pineapples and sisal.
There is a drying house, store and work,
rooms, a Gordon' Pulpcr, laborers' quarters
and water tanks ut the plantation, and the
land ii partly walled. There has never been
any bllglit on this hind, although coffee was
planted n gteat muuvjcarsairo. Old residents
of Kona lll.e the. late I). It Nahlnu, J. W
Kunlinoku and otli-M hare tcstllled to this
fuct. There is a sea fishery appurtenant to
Olelomonna 1, ,
Terms cash or part of the purchnso price
can remain on mortgage nt eluht per cent per
annum. Deeds nnd stumps ut the expense ol
A map of tho property can be seen and fur
ther particulars obtained at my sales rooms,
J. F. MOEGAN,
The ? . .
Has a largo assortment of
Chandeliers and Elec
Constantly on unnd.
Estimates given for houso wir
ing unci Eloctvical plants.
Marino Wiring ft specialty.
3 ily Hack doeH not tip in this man
ner, no matter how weighty tho load.
Hack No. 14
80T TELEPHONE 17Gea
Slued: Bethel nnd King ntieetn.
Piano For Sale.
A WOODWARD k BROWN PIANO.
IIu.i au excellent touts and is in iiuu condi
tion. Will bo sold cheap for cash.
Address L. T.
105-tf Dui-LKTIN Office.
Three rinHelilinei- Sites nt Maklkl.
commanding n magnlhteut iewof the city
2 Five Cotlngcs on Queen street, with lot
room for $ moro cottages. A jjood paying in
vestment. Will pay over l'- jh-t cent.
3 Two Stores on Nmitmu street.
4 Four bits on Magazine Hill, 75x120.
From 250 to $500 each.
5 One Lot on Uackfeld street, 60x100.
0 -AChokoltcsldcnccon I.nnalllo
haUug nil modem Improvements.
7 A Desirable Itesldrnee nt Mnklkl.
Grounds well laid out Easy terms.
8 Four Houses nud Lots on Punchbowl
street, ull rented ut a monthly rental of 105.
This property Is 24l)ftct on I'uiiehbowl strce,
with n depth of 222 feet running to the drill
grounds or nnnory, Mllli n frontage on same
for 4 or 5 moro cottages. The central loca
tion of tho property makes it moU available.
0 House and Lot on Klnnrt street. Lot
TOxlOi ft. This proporty w 111 be sold at cost
and Is nn excellent bargain for a home seeker,
Tho house is elegantly tlnlslud nnd of the
best workmnnsbip and muterlnls There is rt
carriage house and bam on the-premises and
me yuru is wen iaiu om w tin jrnti anu orna
10 A Flno Residence centrally located,
containing in rooms. Lot I2iix2i)0 ft. Tho
small cottages on tho lot briuglug in good
11 SO actcs of Land In Kulllil valley, ("WM
klltl side). stream of timer lions nlong
this land. A bargain Prlpo $750,
I Furnished Room on Emma square.
2 Cottage on Queen stteet.
3 Store on Nmninit street.
4 Storo on King street mar Fort street.
5 Olllce Room on King street near Fort
0 Warehouse on Esplauude.
7 A Cottage on Voting street, containing
fl rooms, pantry and bath. Rent 15 per
8 A resldenco on Kinau stteet. House in
cood repair (almost now) and baring all mo
dtrn improcmcnts. A bsrn and carriage
house on the premises.
A. V. G-EAR,
274-tf CO'J King street.
The Hawaiiau NVws Co.,L'd
Ivloroliant Streot, Honolulu.
Stationers, Music .
. and News Dealers.
PtT Carry tho Largest Assortment in -theso
Hues of any honse on tho Islands. No
Just Received a consignment of
Vose & Soils, Sclulter&Smitli and Barnes
3T Special attention called to tho Inst
named to thoso who want a good Piano at
a moderate price. Wo soil Pianos on tho
Wo ItliHiiifiicturo Ruliber .Ntuntiia.
CSV. Island orders solicitod, Qivo us a
trial and wo gunrantee satisfaction.
To Shippers cj Passengers
Per S. S. Australia.
Tho S. S. " ATJSTKAUA "
Will bo Dispatched from this
Port for Snn Vrnnoisco
Thursday, 16th instant,
At -i o'olook p. m.
Wm. G. ntWINife CO., L'd,
275-7t Goneral Agents Oceanic S. S. Co.
Notice of Copartnership.
W. A. KISNKY AND S. M. IULLOU
lmo this day onterod Into a co-partnership
for tho general practice of law. uudor tho
firm uaino of Kinney ic Itullou.
Honolulu, April H, 181)0. 270-2t