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EVENING BULLETIN, AP1UL 18, 1890.
&)( Everir Bulletin,
DANIEL LOGAN, Editor.
SATURDAY, APRIL 18, 189G.
Sonlior Canavnrro, Portuguese
Charge d'AtVaires, is reported by
the Jlilo Tribune as being much
gratified at tho success of tho sugar
plantation and mill started by his
countrymou in that district. Tlioro
is no doubt that if tho Portuguese
only got a fair chance at tho land,
they will do woll both for them
selves and tho country. Any con
ditions that koop that nationality
largoly colonized in Honolulu,
whether tho responsibility be-
longs to tho Govern incut or to tho
Portuguese, are to bo deplored tiro runaway smashed into John
and as soon as possible ought to i l'"".' orso an d wagon bond
, .. , i,., , . ,. ling its front axlo, breaking the
bo romedied. City colonization nrnnaa a i,P?a;n.r Mm Imrcn'c
without adequate omploymont for
thoso able to work is liablo to per
potuato discontent among the
Portuguese, while continuing
to be a source of embarrass
ment to tho Government. Thoy
havo as much right to livo in tho
city as any other nationality, and
no unfair oloments should bo al
lowed to prevent their getting all
tho omploymont for which thdy
are peculiarly adapted, yet it
is not to bo gainsaid that their
best prosperity, as well as their
highest valuo as citizens, would
ho found in their settlement upon
tho.soil, as individual or coopor
ativo cultivators. Established in
tho country upon such a basis
every avonuo to success in any
tuer calling in life would bo
opoii to their children, according
to their bents and capacities, after
receiving a substantial grounding
intho now dominant language of the
country and in general kuowlndgo.
In tho free schools of tho country
the rising gouoration of Portu
guese may add to tho practical
industrial qualities of their pa
rents tlio benefits of a sound edu
cation which will qualify them
for competing in tho race of ma
terial and social progress with tho
nationalities born to tho English
tongue in these islands.
Before counseling procrastina
tion on any question of needed
legislation at this session, it
Bhould bo romombored that many
of tho mombors of tho present
Legislature, who havo tho benefit
of current discussions in public
and private, may not bo in tho
next Legislature. In tho mean
time, judging from past experi
ence, tho only fruits of waiting
will bo fresh doubtless some
very fresh accretions to tho mass
of empirical thoorios that now
confuso tho minds of tho assem
It is no small advantage, in tho
way of perfecting kuowlodgo, to
havo measures upon moot ques
tions full of difficulties introduced
and thoroughly discussed, wheth
er thoy aro passed at tho session
when introduced or not. How
many groat political reforms gain
ed in other countries havo boon
Agitated, in aud out of tho legisla
ture, for many woary years beforo
thoir consummation ?
Contemporaries say tlioro is
n it time to legislato an income
t ix law. Sluggard's oxouso. AVhat's
urvmm i"TWTi TV
I tho mutter with tlio prosont time,
1 when tho Legislature 1ms nothing
' to do. Tho forty and odd days
remaining of tho ordinary limit is
a good Bpoll.
Now that tho season for field
athlotio snorts is on, considerate
employers nro commended to a
consideration of tho Snttuday
I ,inlWlolidliy question.
Thc Most Beautiful Women . . .
. . . Also the Homcliett
USE DRIFTED KNOW FLOUR.
fsit Your Grocer For It.
Ittimwii) ill Noon.
During tho noon hour a horso
and dray belonging to Foster it
McCorriston of Sanders' Express
ran away from Castle & Cooko's
i yard. Turning into King stroot
foroletis. When last scon tho
was speeding up Fort
Messrs. Coakloy, Dunn and
Evans have arranged a pleasant
excursion for a number of their
friends tomorrow, who will bo
convoyed in threo wagonottos to
Itomond Grovo and tho peninsula.
With thoso gentlemon in charge
of tho affair it is safo to say no
ono will suffer from hungor or
thirst on the trip.
They Are Here!
Elegant Shirt Waists
tho ladies have been
waiting for so long 1
Who's Got 'Em!
Why. M. MoTNERNY,
tho Men's Furnisher. . . .
EThey'll be placed on sale
at his spring opening, and you
want to hustle and mako your
selections, for they are sure to
go liko hot cakes.
Port and Merchant Sts.
HfiUE YOU TRIED IT?
JUST THE THING FOR BREAKFAST
Cooked Uollnrt Onta,
Tim i)ii(i'.ni liittinl.
I IcmHlil'ill. hJnnnniniun),
,P JO )
Hillnrwil limn Hint lftr Hum mfr uimt Urwl,
;THE WORLD HAS NEEDED
, THR WORLD HAS WAITED
FOR IT !
THE WORLD CAN'
HERE IT IS!
A phenomenal stove that
burns common Coal Oil (kero
sene) with a blue flame with
The wonderful "NEW PRO
CESS" BLUE FLAME 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.
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 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 unsatisfactorv.
I 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 i
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
possible to turn the wick too
high, 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 ana 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
uiere is no annoyance in me
' . of "wc"Ita f,,d ,n "v
I "WW"". J f
Call and examine this slove
Hawaiian Hardware Co,
0iilN NjUwiMtl' ))hiiI,
W, 1)07 ITOi) &M)Wl
Kcsults of Honesty.
"My watch is giving mo the ut
most satisfaction; I actually bo
liovo it does not vary a second
during tho week."
Pleasant remarks these. Just
thq kind of balm a watchmaker
needs occasionally to keep up
his spirits. For you know
working all day on a high
stool, a glass firmly screwed
into ono eyo, looking at objects
so minuto it takes a microscope
to distinguish thorn, is not tlio
pleasantest 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 the time a
few remarks liko tho above
does what all tho patent medi
.cmo in tho world could not ac
complish, cheers up, makes
things look brightor, 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 nau run onougnjnau
i revolved its wheels so long and
steadily, that at last it was
tired out. Tho pivots were so
worn, the wheels just wobbled
aud 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 hi in 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 We accomplished
it to the entire satisfaction of
tho owner, his remarks above
would surely leavo no room for
doubt. And wo can do tho
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 we are better
able to do your less intricato
work? Wouldn't it bo safer to
give us tho custody of your
watch altogether, no matter
what tho trouble, and havo a
feeling of certainty as to its
. J?. WlCllinail
NO. 10, F0BT ST.
HAVING PURCHASED THE
businoss of tho No. 10 Fort Street
Storo from tho estate of tho lato
J. T. "NVatorhouso, I will continue
tho same business under my own
Thanking tho patrons for thoir
patronage during tho twouty-fivo
earB ol my management of tho
usiness, 1 ask for a continuance
of tho samo liberal patronage.
A full line of Dry Goods and
Fanov Goods will bo kept con
stantly on hand at lowest prices.
I HAVE JUST KKCE1VKI)
An ossortmout of .
Victoria. Lawns, Doyleys, Cool
ing Cloths and
Linun Tnlilo Diiuiuflk niul Lin
on NniikiiiB, Jiinuu and Turk-
Silk BiiKiuyn, oto uto.
313, W. JORDAN.
DAVID K. HAKIM,
All s4wiilw ptwupJ wt 11 1 iii u I hi
(This Is tho Celebrated Thoroughbred IJulldoa "307 that liclcod every other bulldog
iu llio woild thnt would light.)
That the MANUFACTURERS' SHOE COM
PANY is not tho Largest Shoe llouso in tho
Hawaiian Islands 1 And who say that wo don't
soil at Bedrock Prices ?
Auction Sales by Jas. F. Morgan.
COFFEE ESTATE AND LANDS
lam directed to sell nt I'ubllc Auction ou
Wednesday, May 27, '96,
at 12 o'clock noon ol cold day at my sales
rooms on Queen street. In Honolulu (unless
sooner disposed of nt private sulc) the follow
ing described property, namely:
A tract ofland of about 5J.300 acres In fee
simple situate nt Kolo and Olelomoana 1 In
South Kona, Island or Hawaii, about eight
miles by a good road from Hookena, one ol
the largest villages In Kona. Tbcro Is an ex
cellent landing on tho land itself from where
the coin-c and other produce could be shipped
and a good site for n mill near tho landing.
Fifty acres ofland are In coOec. Iloughly es
timated there Is about seven hundred acres of
splendid colTeo land lying all on ono bloc), on
both sides of the Government Hoad. Eight
hundred acres lying above and to tho East of
the seven hundred acres above mentioned la
alKo excellent land and although at a higher
altitude is no doubt also well adapted for
coffee culture. The lower land below the
cotfee belt Is sultuolc forplneapples and sisal.
There is a drying house, store and work
rooms, a Gordon's I'ulpcr, laborers' quarters
and water tanks at the plantation, and the
land is partly walled. There has never been
any blight on this land, although eofleo was
planted a great manv jcars ago. Old residents
of Kona liko tlio late I). It Nalilnu, J. W.
Kuulmoku and others have tcstllled to this
fact. There is a sea lishcry appurtenant to
Terms cusli or part of tho purchase prlco
can remain ou mortgage nt elulit per cent per
annum. Deeds and stamps at the expense ol
A ma of tho property can bo seen and fur
ther particulars obtulned at my Bales rooms.
J. F. MOB G AN,
Tho purest and mi st perfect faco
powdor that soionco and skill can
produce. Makesthoskinsoft iind
bountiful, romoving all shiny ap
poarunco. It is invisible on closest inspec
tion. Absolutely harmless. It
will be tho face powdor used by
ladies of refiucrtnout for tho next
Take no substituto. Insist on
g-Utlng tho gonuino. lUimotiu
Powdor, as no otlior will provo
h ilf an good.
HOBpi dr;u( Go.,
n w i i o n iwi'H
dram Quito llH'.nimrtlw Wiitr Tw
Hny.l'J Hun m) uJI kM ,yf .Twin Hliiii
Willi' IJWU Nt;kM rtt4ii m)M jmu.
REAL : PROPERTY
Situato nt AVaikolo, Ewa, Oahu.
Estate or G.B.IIONUAKAHA, Deceased.
Rare Good Chance for Inves
tors and Capitalists.
Having boon duly nuthomed so
to do, tho uudorsigncd as admin
istrator of said oatnte, will soil at
public miction, at tho raauka on-
i trnnco to tho Judiciary Building.
On MONDAY, May 4, 1896,
AT 12 O'CLOCK NOON,
followinc Pieces or
cols of Koal Property :
1 Laud described in R. P.
851 of L. O. A. 9384b to Kahula 2,
area 1 47-11)0 acros more or loss.
2 Land describe! in It. P. Grant
12(3 to RP.Manini, area 12.05 acros
more or less. 51 Land described in
11, P. 833 of L. O. A. 1011 to Kokua
lopa, area 53-100 of an aero more
or less. 4 Land described in It.
P. 424G of L. O. A. G025 to Kahao
kaua, area 1.08 acres more or Iosb.
5 Land described in It. P. 3891
of L. O. A. 1G751) to Koniho, area
71-100 of an acre moro or loss, fi
Land described in It. P. 720G of
L. O. A. 891 to Knukiakiaho area
1.L1 acres moro or loss. 7 Lalid
described in R. P. 852 of L. O. A.
880 to Niulii, area l.a2 acres radro
Thoso lands cor-tniuing a total
area of 18 acres aro proportionate
ly about two-thirds wot and tho re
mainder dry land. All tho wetland
is under rice cultivation, and tho
dryland is auilablo for pinoapplo
raising. Present annual rental
B Thoso lands were leasod
by decedent's widow for ten yoars
from January 1, 1890, but tho
lease holds good only as to the
widow's half of all lands, tho
other heirs not having joined in the
Lands To Bs Sold in One Lob
And Balo to bo subjoct to confirm
ation by tho Circuit Oourt of tho
First Judicial Circuit.
Terms cash payablo in U. S.gold
coin. Doods toboatoxponsool tho
For further particulars inquiro
of tho undersigned at his office, in
uiu uiuwuiury .uiiimiug,
Administrator (Crttutool G, U. llo
mmkiihu, deceased. 270-td
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