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EVENING BULLETIN, APRIL 20, 189G.
5 Eveiii$ Bulletin,
DANIEL LOGAN, Editor.
MONDAY, AP11IL 20, 1896.
Ir. Thurston, in a cliaraoteris
tic.iily brisk letter to tho Adver
tisor, urges upon tho Government
ami Lcgislnturo tho desirability
o acting nt this session upon tho
lonu niattor. Ho shows that by
funding tho debt nt a lowor rnto
than tlmt of six per cent on tho
old loans, n million do'lurs might
bo borrowed for highly necessary
internal dovolopmont without in
creasing tho country's annual in
torest bill. Mr. Thurston is not
impartial, however, when ho at
tacks the loan at six per cent
lloatcd in London under the Gib
bou regime. Loans have been is
Bued since then at tho samo rate,
which, if advantage had been
taken of that opening, could
have been floated in tho Bamo
market for a lowor rate and tho
bonds command a premium ovon
then. It was the oponing that
cost heavily in expenses that
would not need to be ropeated,
aud thi-3 fact was clearly shown
at tho time. Ilowovcr, it is pleas
ing to find Mr. Thurston working
on tho same lino as tho Bulletin
has taken, against shoving all the
important legislative duties of
today upon tho next Legislature.
The Mart Beautiful Women . . .
. . . Also the Homeliest
USE DRIFTED SNOW FLOUR.
k Your Grocer For It.
It your pictures are hung with
brass wire, take them down bo
fore thoy fall and put on tho pro
por kind, which vou can got at
King Bros., Hotel St.
i.i:cihi,ATiuit; in m:ssion.
- Continued from 1st Page.
use of a certain stream bo frco to
the public. Eoforred to public
Rep. Richards complained of
potty pilfering of ponholdors from
members' desks, to which ho had
to add the abstraction of postngo
Btamps from his desk.
Hop. Kaeo introduced his pro
mised bill for tho preservation of
morality. In connection there
with it was decided that tho Houso,
not tho introducorof a bill, should
pay for its translation.
Hop. lionuna presented a ques
tion to tho President of tho Board
of Health if ho was aware that
many people died ovory year with
out medical attendance; if so, was
tho Board doing auythiug about
Tho bill to punish target shoot
ing on Sunday was doforred.on
account of another petition having
beon received on tho Bubject.
Rep. Robertson presented a fav
orable report of the judiciary com
mittee on tho bill to amend tho
law relating to pounds and estrays.
Consideration of tho Appropri
ation bill for salaries and pay
rolls waB resumed on third read
ing. Rep. Hanuna made futilo
motions to reconsider, for raising
tho deputy sheriff of Maui's sala
ry from $2400 to $3000, and for
restoring tho salary of tho Hono
lulu road suporvisor to $-1800 from
$4200 to which it had boon ro
duced. A clauso previously stricken
out was restored, giving super
vision of Fire Department pay
ments to tho MiniBtor of tho In
terior. Tho bill passed third rending
on a unanimous vole. It de
creases tho total expenditures for
salaries and pay rolls from 81,950,
2i)H, as panned by tho Senate, to
iiih 11 111 una 11 j 1 1 11 1 1 nwiijwfinw'iiiiiiwijmnniwiiwiiiwimiii iin
HTisr 1 -.11 1. or u.i ci Qua ' oAinry f fl
WMr "- .4s ? X"9, ) V) " AUn TsirrAN .r.r-1
18. Tho totals under
out heads aro as follow
Salary of President
ment Bureau of Survey..
Registry of Convey
ances Bureau of Immi
gration AVater Works
Hoard of Health...
TiiBano Asylum ....
Forests nntl Nur
sorics Public Grounds.. .
GO 004 00
Total 81,931,011 82
Recess from 12 to 1:30.
NOTES OF IJOTn HOUSES.
Vice-president Knuhnuo offi
ciated in tho Senato today in tho
absence of President Wilder, who
is confined to his house by sick
ness. Minister Damon was tho only
representative of tho Executivo
present in tho Senato today.
They Are Here!
Elegant Shirt Waists
tho ladies have beon
waiting for so long 1
Who's Got 'Em!
Why, M. MoTNERNY,
the Men's Furnisher. . . .
"They'll be placed on sale
at his spring oponing, and you
want to hustle and make your
selections, for they arc sure to
go like hot cakes.
Fort and Merchant Sts
51,931,011.82. a saving
THE WORLD HAS NEEDED
THE WORLD HAS WAITED
" ' FOR IT!
THE WORLD CAN NOW
HAVE IT I
HERE IT IS!
A innn mny Rtiy .
Ami 11 mau mny lie
And a mnn tuny puff ami blow , ''
Hut bo can't get trodo
l$y Hitting in tho shado , (
Wailing for business to grow.
The only way to get trade
is to tjo after it and bring it
back with you and keep it
when you have got it. This
is our doctrine and we prac
tice what we preach. We go
after the trade of Honolulu
and the Hawaiian islands by
advertising for it, and we find
that it pays us to use whole
columns of the newspapers in
doing so where many mer
chants only use inches. There
is no use denying that adver
tising will bring trade, but any
amount ot advertising won't
keep it. The only way to keep
the trade we get by advertising
is to sell good reliable wares,
and never misrepresent an ar
ticle we advertise. We have
never done this yet and we
don't intend to commence at
"this late day. The success
which has attended our intro
duction of the wonderful
"NEW PROCESS" BLUE
FLAAE COOKING STOVE,
is an instance of the way we
do business. We accepted the
agency of this stove because we
knew its merits. We advertis
ed it with certain guarantees
which in every case have been
fulfilled. Our sales last week
were phenomenal but in every
instance the stove sold has
done just exactly what we said
The Wonderful "New Pro
cess" Blue Flame Oil Stove, is a
coal oil stove that gives a pow
erful blue flame; that operates
without the slightest smoke or
odor; that uses common
Coal-oil (Kerosene); which
will do the work as quickly
and perfectly as any Gas or
Gasoline Stove and in the
operation of which there can
not be the slightest fear of ac
cident. It is the most econo
mical operating stove in the
world, and a stove that admits
of drawing light and heat from
the same barrel.
We have these stoves in two
sizes, me larger wan uiree
top burners and oven is sold
at ,$2?; the other with two
burners and oven is 22.50.
Call and examine these
I Itiwaiian Mnrchvarc Co.
HiiiimIU WpruukwU' Ihiiili,
wo, 1)07 monv mmm
Results of Honesty.
"My watch is giving mo tho ut
moBt satiBf action; I actually be
lieve it does not vary a second
during tho weok."
Pleasant remarks these. Just
tho kind of bulm a watchmaker
noeds occasionally to keep up
his spirits. For you know
working all day on a high
stool, a glass firmly screwed
into one oyo, looking at objects
so tninuto it takes a microscope
to distinguish them, is not the
pleasuntest 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 like the above
does what all tho patent medi
cine in the world could not ac
complish, cheers up, mokes
things look brighter, the next
job goes all the smoother.
Speaking ot'the above watch:
It wa'snn old one. Tho wearer
had used it steadily for forty
years. It had run enoughjhad
revolved its wheels so loner and
steadily, that at last it was
ttred 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 the wearer
valued it for its associations, it
was as dear to hi in as his best
friend;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 entire satisfaction of
tho owner, his remarks above
would surely leave 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 intricate for us. It is
that which we brag about,
complicated work is our strong
hold. Isn't it casonablo now
to suppose that we are better
ablo to do your less intricate
work?' Wouldn't it be safer to
give us tho custody of your
watch altogether; no matter
what tho trouble,, and have a
feeling; of certainly as to its
H. F. Wichman
HAVING PURCHASED THE
business o tho Nov 10 Fort Sforeot
Store from the eatato of the-late
J. T. "WatorliouBOj. I will continue
tho same business under my own
Thanking tho patrons for their
patronage during tho twenty-five
years of my nmuagement ci .the
business, I ask for a continuance
of the Bamo liboral patronage.
A full line of Dry Goods and
Fancy Goods rill be kept con
stantly on baud at lowest pricos.
I HAVE JUST RKCKrVFJ)
lEx Irmgarcl M
An nsbortmcut ct .
Victoria Lawns, Doyleys, Cool
ing Cloths and
i Liiion Tublo Damask and Lin
1 uu Napkins, Luton and Turk
NO. 10, FORT ST.
ish Towols, Curtain Loops,
Silk Boltings, otc, etc.
E, W, JORDAN.
"'davit) k. "hakim,
AH auWiiilw)) lHf lit ! WJWhI nh
&i m ii ,(, ,iw ' 1W,
erf ' tPS19 VM Wi - A
(This is tho Celebrated Thoroujilibred HuIIiIoj; " 30Z" tlmt licked every other bulhlog
in tlio world that Ttould lijiltt.)
That the MANUFACTURERS' SHOE COM
PANY is not tho Largest Shoo House in the
Hawaiian Islands ? And who say that we don't
sell at Bedrock Prices ?
Auction Sales by Jas. F. Morgan.
COFFEE ESTATE AND LANDS
1 am directed to sell at Public Auction on
Wednesday, May 37, '98,
at 12 o'clock noon 4' paid day at my sales
room on Queen etrert. In Honolulu (unlets
sooner illaponvit of ot yrlvnte snle) tuc lollow
ln ileserlbiU iroiurty, namely:
A tract oriaml of about i!,3U0 acres lm fee
simple situate nt h'olo and Olclomoaua 1 In
South Konu, Island ef Hawaii, about eight
miles by a good road from llookcna, ono-ol
tliu largest Illumes In Kona. There Is an ex
cellent landlni; on the land Itself from where
the colfee and other praducc could be shinned
and aKoodsltu for a mill near tho landing.
Fifty acres of land arch) coffee, lioujrlily es
timated tlicro is about feven hundred acres of
splendid coffco land lyfugall on one block on
both sides of the Oovurnmcnt Road. Eight
huudrrd acres lylne abate and to tho East of
the seven hundred actus above mentioned Is
also excellent land and although at a higher
alt It ml o Is no doubt olio well adapted for
ooifeu culture. The lower land below tho
coffee belt Is sultuolc tbrplucapplcs and sisal.
Tlicro b a drying liouue, store and work,
rooms, a Gordon' I'ulper, laborers quarters
and water tanks nt the plantation, aud the
land 1 partly walled. There hns never been
any blight on this land! although coffco was
planttagreat mauvjetrraatro. Old residents
of Kona ll!e the late 1)1 II Nahlnu, J, W.
Kualmoku and other h.tve testltlcd to this
fiict. Tliero Is a sea fisiery appurtenant iw
Terms cash or part of the purchase price
onn remain on mortgngcat eight per cent per
annum. Deeds and statsps at the expense of
A map of tho property can be seen and f an
ther particulars obtained at my sales rooms.
J. F. MOB CAN,
The purest and most jerfoct Jaco
powder that scienco and skillcan
produce. Makes tho ukinRoft nnd
bonutiful, romoving all shiny ap
poarauco. It is invisible on. closest inspec
tion. Absolutely harmloss. It
will ho tho fnco powdor used by
ludies of reQuoinont for tbo next
Take no substitute). Insist on
geltiui; tho BOiuiino. lliimona
Powdor, as no otlior will provo
half as good.
HOBR;0il DIfJJfl CO,
UU 1.1 OQIHTH,
T. Jiuvw trfonio oli
onl: who "vnul;
lionet I'o livH in,
Odd .. Fellows
ANY ODD "FELLOWS IN GOOD
standing, whether memberaof looal Lodges
or viaitotu, who lmvo not received' invfia.
tiona to tho Anniveisary Colobration, on
April 25th, ors reqneste-' to notify tho tin.
dereitfned cither pcraonally or through the
Becretary Coiomitlee of Arrangonicnts.
COTTAGE WITH JL'OUn KOOJrS,.
llathroom, eto-;,.opposit ltailway Depot.
$18.00 per month. Apply to IWLAMA.
GltOOEKY, opposite Jtailwny Depot.
A. C. WALL, D. D. Si,.
Hotel Street, AiliiiRtou Cotlngo.
AT INDEPENDENCE PARK,.
Saturday Evening, April ?5Ui.
Annis Montague Turner
fflST' Professor Uerger's Hand wiU ho in
Notice is hereby given that the. under
signed has this day been appointed Adminis
trator of tUu estate of William Carey Lane,
deceased, of Honolulu. Island ofOatiu, Ha
waiian Islands, and all creditors aro hereby
notified to present their claims, daly authen
ticated and with proper vouchers, If any
exist, even If tho claim Is securedi by mort
gage upon roaE estate, to me at my.otlloo, In
Honolulu, (being the oillco of AiS. Hum
phreys, Attoroey-at-Law, 113 Kaahumana
street) within six months from tho date of
this publication, or be forever barred. And
all pcrsous Indebted to the said Estate are
requested to make Immediate payment of
such Indebtedness to me.
, , JOHN G.LANE.
Administrator or the Estate of William
Carey Lano, deceased.
Dated April 8th, 18'JO. 273-81
By virtno of a Writ of Excoution issuid
out of tho District Court, on tho 11th dor of
April, A. D. 1800, o(,'.mwt J. Kabahawal,
defendant, in fnvor of W O." Aohi,
plaintiff, for tliomiui of $10.00, 1 hnvo levied
upon and shall exposo for ualo at tho Station
Houso iu the District of Honolulu, Island
of Ouhu.nt 12o'clook of Wednesday, tho 20th
day of May, A. D 160(1, to tho hithcst
bidder, all the right, title mill interem of
iwvmiu. u, iiuuiiimwiu, iieiuuimui, in nnu to
the following proporty,un!cnn dd Jiuluiuout,
intents!, r.nulu nn.l mvuviw ikiu 1,., .,,.,., !,...
. .., .... ...... M.rf V.MVHDV. w ...UVIUIIH
List of properly for hU i .
1 Dmk llrmvn SUIIion. limndod 10 with
nu hncriuil frustrutoii o.mu on top iind hot
toinl on tho rltiht hind leK.
H. H. HITOHCOfJK,
ii ii,. ... 'ily Murnhal.
Ilnnoliilii, Oiilni, April 17, lll(l, JWl-at
To Lot or Loano,
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