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EVENING BULLETIN, APRIL 1G, 1890.
CtHUK OK TIIK IklUUl OF IlKALTlt,
Honolulu, April 13, 18IW. I
The President hiM tins day nppointcd
CHARLES A. DROWN. Esq,
a member o( tho ltonid of Health. Tho
"Donrd now consists of
K. It. D.'iy, 51. 1) . C . Wood, .M . 1).
Jf.lJ. Kinerwiii, M. 1). T. V. Limiting, Esq.
L. D.'Keliipio, I'hii. C. A. llroun, Esq.
'JTS-nt Secretary Hoard of Health.
51? EueQii Bulletin,
DANIEL LOGAN, Editor.
THURSDAY, AP11IL 10, 1890.
Sinco our Inst foroign iimil bud
get wont forward, legislation hns
been proceeding nt n alow pneo.
Important monsures nro nppnront
ly sleoping in tho Iirtnds of com
luitteos, while others expected to
bo introduced nro daily disappoint
ing expectation. Noithorthe Sen
ate nor tho Houso often oko out
more than two hours a day in ses
sion, and somotimes an hour is
"more than either can find business
to occupy. Tho question of equit
able taxation 1ms beon imparted
unwonted keenness by tho present
ation in open session of tho Sonato
of tables showing tho capital,
assets and tho taxes paid, of sugar
-aud business corporations. Thoso
on thoir face indicate extraordin
ary discrepancies between tho
amount of taxes somo corporations
pay and that they ought to pay
if their property were assessed
at the somo rato as tho property of
individual taxpayers. They also
exhibit wondorful variations of
rates as between ono corporation
-ud another. Tho publication of
the figures lias groatly intensified
tho hitherto prevailing impression
thut tho taxation system in voguo
i& extremely inequitable and calls
for a radical romody. It is bo
liovod that tho change of date of
assessment from tho middle to the
.beginning of tho year, while caus
ing tho product of Bugar to pay
more than formerly, is not all
that is required. While it will
catch more sugar before its ex
port, it will not romovo tho dis
parities madd patont in tho ex
hibit juBt made. Tho opium
liconse bill is ono of thoso in com
mittee roposo, while- tho roport of
tho liquor commission appointed
last , year has not yot soon
tho light. Tho bill to pro
vont gambling on popular
sports has passed both housoB
and awaits tho signature of tho
President. A bill to impose a
license foo on tho importers of
livo stock has boon killed in tho
Senate, on tho ground that Pacifio
Coast stock-raisors might regard
it 08 discriminating against them,
and theroforo boc'omo enemies of
the reciprocity treaty. Tho ela
borate roport of a commission ap
pointed ,in 1893, to codify tho po
ml laws, Iuib beon tabled in both
houses on the recommendation of
tho joint judiciary committee, on
tho ground that tho time for mak
ing so radical a change was inop
portune, ond that a new Penal Codo
would necessitate tho framing of
n now Civil Code which waB not
deemed at presont expediout. Somo
necessary nmondinnnts to tho
' WtMhi irv
penal laws oro to' bo presonted by
tho committee, who recommend
I that tho laws bo simply compiled
on tho plan of tho compilation of
188-1. A bill has passed both
houses authorizing tho intro
duction of not moro than 10,000
Ohincso on conditions of their
restriction to domestic, agricultu
ral and mill labor. No open
action has yet boon taken by tho
Executivo or Legislature upon tho
petition presonted by tho Portu
guese, with a parade of sovon
hundred of thoir number, a fow
weoks ago, and which prayed
among other things for tho stop
pngo of Asiatic immigration.
Portuguese discontent has sinco
last provious advices become in
jio manner allayed. A piece of
looso legislation enacted at tho
special session of 1895 has just
beon exposed. This is tho law to
provont footbinding, which tho
Supremo Court lias declared to bo
void, on tho ground that its
language is unintelligible Tho
punishablo oITouko intended to
have beon created by tho onact
mont is tho practice of compres
sing the feet of Chineso young
girls to mako thorn grow small.
The Moxt Beautiful Women . . .
. . . Also the Homeliest
USE DRIFTED SNOW FLOUR,
.'tk Your Grocer For It.
PROGRAM OF THE
First Annual Regatta
.... or tiik ....
Hawaiian Rowing Association
.... TO HE 11KLII AT ... .
Saturday, May 9, 1896,
Commencing at 2 o'clock r. m, sharp.
1 SINGLE SCULL RACE.
Courso: lmilo straight away.
Eutranco fee $5. Prize:
Trophy valued at 5. Preo
2 SIX-OARED STATIONARY
Courso: 3 miles with turn.
Entrance fooS12. Cashprizo:
30. For niombors of tho As
3-S1X - OARED SLIDING
For mombors who have novor
rowed in a race. Courso: 2
miles with turn. Entrance
fee $10. Cash prize $25.
4 FOUIt-OARED PRACTICE
SHELLS FOR JUNIORS.
Courso: 1 miles straight
away. Entrance feo S10.
Prize: Trophy valued at $25.
SHELLS FOR SENIORS.
Courso: 1A miles straight
away. Entrance feo S15.
Prize: Cup, valued at 50, to
become tho property of the
Club winning tho samo throo
Entries must bo mado to tho
Secretary of tho Rogatta Commit
tee, Mr. W. O. Parke, at 13 Kua
humanu street, on or before Thurs
day, May 7, 1890.
Each on try shall include tho
namo of tho boat, (if it has ono) ,
Club colors, tho names of tho
erew and substitutes.
Substitutes shall bo allowed as
follows: For crows of G oars or
moro, throo. For crows of less
than 0 oars, two.
For further information apply
to tho Chairman, Mr. C. V. Mae
farlano, or tho Secrotary.
C. W. MACFARLANE,
Chairman Regatta Committee.
W. O. Pahkb,
Honolulu, April 17, 189G. 280 tf
HSVE YOU TRIED IT?
JUST THE THING FOR BREAKFAST
Cooked .Rolled Oats,
Tho origmiii brand.
J loaltlil'iil. Moonomicnl,
Difi-ii'iit fniiii mid lutti r tluui any ntlior liiiuid,
iJBf I'oriwlu by nil l.tmllnn (IroccirH.
FRANK B, PETERSON & CO.
8 F. AGENTS
THE WORLD HAS NEEDED
THE WORLD HAS WAITED
FOR IT I
THE WORLD CAN NOW
HERE IT IS I
A phenomenal stove that
burns common CoalOil (kero-.
j sene) with a blue flame vyith
i out odor.
The wonderful "NEW PRO
CESS" BLUE FLAAE COOK
ING STOVE, which three
years of careful testing has
proven to be wholly practi
cable. Burns coal oil (kero
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.
i ms is asiove mat aamirs or
drawing the fluid for light and
heat from the same barrel or
tin. It is the most economi
cal stove in the world and you
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
flame creeping up after the
burner is lighted, sooting every
thing over it and sending forth
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
ilame 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.
The use of coal oil (kerosene)
is so general that every house
hold is provided with it; hence
there is no annoyance in the
matter of procuring fuel in any
Call and examine this stove
Hawaiian Hardware Co.
Opptmito Hpi'iiukdlH1 Jluiik,
NO. 307 FORT STREET,
Results of Honesty.
"My watch is giving mo tho ut
most satisfaction; I actually bo
liovo it does not vary a second
during tho wcok."
Pleasant-remarks these. Just
the kind of balm a watchmaker
noeds nccasiotinlly to keep up
his spirits. For you know
working nil dny on a high
stool, a glass firmly screwed
into one eye, looking nt objects
so minute it takes a microscope
to distinguish them, is not tho
pleasantcst occupation which
could fall to tho lot of man.
So it's no wonder a fellow
gets all out of sorts occasion
ally, and then it's tho time, a
fow remarks like the above
does what all tho patont medi
cine in the world could not ac
complish, cheei'3 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. It had run enough;had
, revolved its wheels so long and
steadily, that at last it was
tired out. Tho pivots were so
worn, the wheels just wobbled
and wobbled, then stopped al
together. What was to bo
done Throw it away? Get 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
build it all over as it were, re
new tho parts, put some 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 can 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 wo are better
ablo to do your less intricato
work? Wouldn't it be safer to
give us tho custody of j'our
watch altogether, no matter
what tho trouble, and have a
feeling of certainty as to its
H. P. Wicliman
The purest and most perfect face
powder tlmt sciouco and skill can
produce. Miiktsthoskinsoft and
beautiful, romoving all shiny np
pouranco. It is invisible on closest inspec
tion. Absolutely harmless. It
will bo the f.ico powder used by
ladies of refinement for tho noxt
Tuko no substitute Insiut on
getting tho genuine. Jlamona
Powder, as no other will provo
lmlf as good.
HOBipi myjg do.,
notion is m:m:nY oivr.N that
nil jHiittmih lmvlii( rliiiiiiH iwiinxt tho
Khluluot llitmuiiimii o( Oiumiou, Ililo ill.
Irlcl, Irdiitid o( Ihtwull, Hlmll inuHont mid
hIMiiih (or mlJiiHtmuut iimuudlnttiiy to tho
miduifciuuiM. A. W. 1 1011X0 N,
AIi;iiwi u( (hi) KmUIa u( Uitimiiiiuiu,
llilo, liiwull. '-'77.:u
S . mi 'ijMTMh
fit ' Sfr m Wl
(Till is Iho Colebratod Thoroughbred Dtilldo "BOZ" thut licked ovory other bulldog
in tho world tlmt would llfiht.)
That the MANUFACTURERS' SHOE COM
PANY is not tho Largest Shoo House in the
Hawaiian Islands 1 And who say that wo don't
sell at Bedrock Prices ?
Auction Sales' by Jas. F. Morgan.
Valuable Jeal Estate.
In imr-ainucu of nn order of tho Circuit
Court of tho Pint Circuit, the uudorHigned
will sell nt l'lihlic Auction ut the Auciion
llooniH of Jan. F.Mo yuu, Honolulu,
SATURDAY, APRIL IBlb,
AT ti O'CLOCK KOOV,
A.11 of the follow in pj
Lot aitunto on the man In slda of King
ntreot, near Alapni street, in Honolulu,
having n frontago of CO foot on Klui; Htreot
and a depth of ISO feet nnd adjoining tho
premise of Mr. J. II. Atherton, being tho
Biirao premises conveyed to J. Alfred
Magoou, TriiHteo, hy Kiiwidniil und Umi,
his wilo, by dcod dated Muy '.'oth. 1891,
recordod in tho Itegixter's Office, Onhu, in
Hook 133, pngt-s G3 und 01,
(JV'I'cruis csh. Unitod States gold
CTCouveyiiuce nt tho expense of par
chtibor. Cft.Upsnt prico S1550.
J. ALPItED MAGOON.
Guardian of ltebecca 1'nnee Humsku.
CjTho nbovo property is particularly
desirable on ucconut of its situation nm
COFFEU ESTATE N AND LANDS
I am directed to sell nt l'ubllc Auction on
Wednesday, May 27, '96,
nt 12 o'clock noon ot paid day at my sales
rooms on Queen sticot. In Honolulu (unless
rooner disposed of nt private sulu) the follow,
lnc described property, numely:
A tract of lnnd of about -,!iuu acres- In lee
simple sltunto nt Kolo aud Olelotnonna 1 la
South Koirn, Island of Hawaii, about eight
miles by a good road from Hnokeno, one ol
tliu largest villages In Kona. Theic Is an ex
cellent lnixltnir on the land Itself from where
the coffee aud other produce could he shipped
and agood site for a mill near tlie landing.
Fifty acres of laud nro In eollco. Koughly es
timated there is about seven hundred acres of
splendid coffee lnnd lying nil on one block on
both sides of tho Government Hond. Eight
huadred acres lying above and to tho East of
tho seven hundred acres nbovo mentioned Is
nUo excellent land and although at a higher
altitude W no doubt also welt adapted for
eolfee culture. The lower land below the
colfee belt Is sultaule forplncapples and sisal.
There Is n drying house, store and work
rooms, a Gordon's 1'ulpcr, laborers' quarters
nml water tnnKs nt the plantation, und the
laud U partly nailed, 'fheiu hns never been
any blight on this land, although colfee was
planted n gTent manyyenrs ago. Old residents
of Kona like tho Into D. 11. Nahluu, J. W.
Kualmoku and others have testlflcd to this
fact. There Is a sea fishery appurtenant to
'Icrinscnsh or pnrt of tho purchase price
can icmcln an mortgni;o ntcluht per cent per
nnnum. Deeds nnd stumps at the expense ot
A map of the property enn bo seen and fur
ther paitleulars obtained at my sales rooms.
J. F. MORGAN,
and EEED STUPES
per Barlcontino S. G. Wilder
City Feed Store,
l'liuohliow nud Jleretnuln.
L. H. DEE.
Hutol Bt uuar l'ort. Tol, U03,
Don't tnko riny chances
travelling with that -worn
out old trunk. The first
Baggage Smasher you
strike' will paralyze it
and you too. . ' . .
Let us show you our
line of .
J, Tlieso Goods all go
cheap. We've got 'etn for
sale, not to look at. . .
Fort and Merchant Sts.
AT INDEPENDENCE PAitK,
Saturday Evening, April 25vh.
Amiis Montague Turner.
fflT- Ti-ofeshor lloifjor'H Dntul will ho in
Tiir.iu: will hi: a hpeoial mimctino
nf tliu IIitwiilHii Jmiltoy Club on F1IIIMV
;VKNINp. Apiil 17th, ut 7t!l0 p m, nt tho
1'iielllu Ululi, lliiHiimiiii of limioitimuo.
H. (I. VI iDKU.