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EVENING BULLETIN, APE1L 22, 1836.
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5 Eveiii?$ Bulletin
DANIEL LOGAN, Editor.
WEDNESDAY, APIIIL22, 1890.
It is n pity there nre not more
tourists xriuting nround when Hn
wuii is providing onn of the grand
est volcanic eruptions ever seen
in tlio world.
Elsowhoro n correspondent com
inonds the observations of Mr.
Davies on tho loan question which
appear in tho Advertiser. Thoy
are eointnondiible in thoir general
bearing, but tho best way, in our
opinion, to test tho question of
whethor a refunding Fcheino and
a now loan can bo effected on
favorable tonus, by simultaneous
measures at this suasion, is to try
it. At tho outset, when tho loan
bills woro introduced, tho Bul
letin pointed out where thoy
seemed to present les favorable
inducements for local capitalists
to invcBt in tho bonds than thoy
did to foreign capitalists. Lot it
bo inndo clear that Hawaiian in
vestors uro to have ns early an op
portunity ,with equal advantagos,n8
those in foraigu money markets,
and then all tho ovidonco of in
ternal iiniliiu'iice and stability
which may bo needed to establish
our credit abroad may bo furnish
ed, lu such an important matter
wo, too, should counsel tho mak
ing hasto slowly, if past oxpo
rience only gavo oncouragomont
for hoping that our public finan
ciers and our legislators of two
years honco would not be caught
in the same blissful unreadiness
and confusion of counsels that
characterize tho present situation.
Mr. Davies is an advisor on such
matters than whom there are few
if any more worthy of boing
heaid, but Mr. Davies is not al
ways with us and wo whoso homes
arc permanently in tho land must
do the best wo can today, for Wo
know not what n day may bring
The Mod Jkmtttul Women . . .
. . . Also the Homeliest
USE DRIFTED SNOW FLOUR.
Ak Your Grocer For ll.
CoiK'ort nl .lliilu'u Inland.
Tho Hawaiian band will pluy
at Makeo islaud this evening, with
tho following program:
March Manhattan -leach 8oua
Overt ureI'oct and Peasant Su jpo
H mliiisccncci of Itosplul (loiltrcy
Three Hawaiian Solos and Cliorunes Ala
HIM Mat, Ainu Hun, Ipo Lamm.
Selection Plantation Songs Contcrno
Hullu.t Oil, the Sen Schubert
"Waltz Over tho Waved Itosae
March Company D Minstrels Berber
If you want a good instrument
of any description lot us quota
you a price. "Wo import direct
from tho factory and guarantee
satisfaction. AVo also keep on
Land tho very latost popular
Bongs and ballads. Instrumental
music of every description is to
bo found on our counters. Pianos
f-nld on tho installment plan, $10
por month buys ono. Wall,
Nichols k Co.
A moonlight eoncr, followed
by a concert indoors, will bo given
fit Kamthameha School on Tues
tlfiv ivening, for tho benefit of tho
Ath'Kn' and Alumni Assooialion,
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W mjssOS. V " 8CUSIct RACKED m vikv i m and
PORTUGUESE Oil TRIAL.
orri(.i:i- i:si'iM). ox 'i hi: stani
At. TItK 1IOIIM1 ,.
l)lS(nrr oftlow tlioSuiulii.v HvciiIiis
liliillnu 4!iiiiiiriK'cl, mill 'lr ( l'
'Uiiii,ii Connection wltli It.
At this morning's session of
T..,1.. .1 1 r...,r'u ,.,.,ivf (tin '
' trial of Frank Eon-oil n and Bix I
others conimonced. Defendants
aro charged with rioting and all
pleaded not guilty. Tho whole ot.
tho morning session wns taken up
with tho examination of otlicor
Espinda, tho first witness for tho
prosecution. The substance of j
his testimony is given below:
"I am a polico officer and on
Sunday evening, April oth, was on
my beat, which was from corner
of Berotania and Ennuu streots to
School street. "Was going up
thoro slowly when I saw a
crowd. Saw Trix Nelson and a
mounted policoman. Ho then
saw Nelson go on a bicycle down
School street and thou como back
to tho Portuguese store on tho
corner whore tho crowd was. Then
Trix went into tho crowd and
knocked down that boy. Manuol
wont up to Trix nnd told him not
to make any disturbance. I got
hold of him and put him in a
yard. Told tho Portuguese- if
thoy wanted him arrested to como
down to station houso and got a
warrant. Afterwards found a big
crowd and wont up again. Trix
wont down tho street on a bicycle.
President Dole camo out and ask
ed what was tho matter. Told
him about Trix. Portuguoso
crowded around and President
Dolo told mo to order them to go
homo. I did so. Thou n Portu
guoso named Sylva asked tho
President why Trix was allowed
to go, and said that ho was tho
cause of tho Portuguese congre
gated. President Dolo said it ho
camo back to arrest him. Trix
went through a lane on to Emma
streot and I lost sight of him.
I found him on Hotel street
and arrested him. When I
got him to tho station I
reported that it wus by order of
tho President I arrested him.
After that tho tolophouo mcsBago
camo to tho station. Wo ran back
and squad of mounted police came
after. The lieutenant of mounted
polico ordered tho Portuguoso to
disperse. Don't know about any
talk with Neodhani. Saw him ar
rest Munez. Did not seo Muuez
do anything because I was too far
away. Saw tho Portuguoso pull
ing pickots oil' tho fence and como
with thoni toward tho polico.
While standing facing that direc
tion was struck on the head and
shoulder with pickots. Thoro woro
lot of Portugueso in front of mo,
about 200 more or less. A mount
ed patrolmuu told Needham to ar
rest Munez and when he did so
lota of Portugueso ran to help
Munez and others pulled pickets
oil tho fence. Thoro was a good
deal of noise going on, loud talk
ing. The street was block
ed by tho crowd. Can't say
whether any of theso defendants
wore in the crowd. Did not make
any arrests myself. Tho Portu
guese were not scared. Tho only
ones that wore, wore tho oilicois be
cause thoro were only four of us.
Tho rest of tho morning was
taken up with tho cross-examination
of tho witness, which was
concluded at noon. Tho trial is
continued until tomorrow morn
ing. Lylo A. Dickey lopresents
the government and Chits. Croigh
ton, CJ. A. Davis and A. U. Correa
Tho Sheriff of Philadelphia has
received more than 2000 applica
tions to noo Holmes hanged.
THE WORLD HAS NEEDED
THE WORLD HAS WAITED
FOR IT! .
THE WORLD CAN NOW
; HAVE IT!
HERE IT IS I
A uinu inny cur
And 11 man may Ho
And n man may puff and blow
lint ho can't get trade
liy sitting in tho ulimlo
Waiting (or hUHluc-ss to (-row.
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 of 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
FLAME 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. The larger with three
top burners and oven is sold
at $2S; the other with two
burners and oven is 22.0.
Call and examine these
Hawaiian Hardware Co,
op'Mwile Hpni0kl' Hunk,
Wouldn't you consider a
' man capable of doing tho most
intricate work, capable of doing
tho simple work alsn?
Would you consider a man
capable only of doing the sim
ple work, quite ns capablo for
that work, as the moro skillful
We have been getting ALL
your intricate and diflicult
work during the years past,
now let us have ALL your
work which requires less skill;
then noto after it leaves our
hands how much better it
looks see if it docs not give
you better satisfaction.
Your watch is one of your
best friends; it merits tho treat
ment you accord your friends.
Wo give it such treatment.
It is our business. Ten years
' of satisfactory work have
given us tho reputation for the
best; and yet wo aro doing
better work to day than ever.
We are working just as hard
to keep that reputation as wo
overdid to gain it. Wo aro
not content to rest easy, and
let the reputation ' do all the
work; the quality wilt never bo
Do you know that your old
key winder can bo converted to
a stem winder, and that it can
be done so it will wind as
smooth as melted btuter? Wo
have converted a number of
them and can convert yours.
H. P. Wichman
NO. 10,. FORT ST.
HAVING PURCHASED THE
busiucss of tho No. 10 Fort Street
Store from tho estate of tho late
J. T. Watorhousu, 1 will continue
tho samo business under my own
Thaukiug the patrons for thoir
patronago (luring tho twenty-five
years of my management of tho
business, I ask for a continuance
of tho samo liberal patronago.
A full line of Dry Goods and
Fancy Goods will bo kept con
stantly on hand at lowest prices.
I HAVE JUST MSCKIVKl)
An assortment of
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. JOKDAN.
DAVID K. BAKER,
Nuunim Valley, ubovo tho MbuhoIouiu.
All orders tjlvon prompt nnd fnltlifnl nt
tmitum. N'u oxtrn clmvgo lor ilelivorliiR
Flowum to nuy jiurt of tho oily. Lels,
Mountain Oiuuiih mill Canmtloun a mo
lolunoyoiir Itwit inowti) mul ur.
ituil Itimu pill In oiihir, nl itiillulimlii ink.
liiy it viiMMllmi by ;lho Mmiawitf iluo mi or
uliailfliulilllMli In I.
(This is tho Celebrated Thoroiii'libvcil UulliloK "ilOZ" tout 'ickud every other bulldog
lti (lid world that would light )
That tho MANUFACTU11ERS SHOE COM
PANY is not the Largest Shoo House in the
Hawaiian Islands ? And who say that wo don't
sell at Bedrock Prices ?
:Hcln.o iins'weis : IfcTO OUSTZEl I
Auction Sales by Jas. F. Morgan.
COFFErl ESTATE AND
1 am dlrueiedto fell at Public Auction ou
Wednesday, May 37, '96,
at 12 o'clock tui'jii ot raid day nt my tales
rooms on Qia-uti etieit, In Honolulu (unless
eooucr disposed of ut private sale) the follow.
lug described propertj, namely:
A tract ot Innd of about -!SWl acres In fee
simple situate at Kolo and Olclotnoana 1 la
South Koim, Island of Hawaii, about eight
miles by a good road from llookcna, one of
tlio largest villages In Kon.i. Tlicro Is an ex
cellent hmdliu-nn. the land Itself from where
the eo lice und other produce could be Bhlpped
nd agoodslta for a mill near the landing.
Fifty acres of land are In collee. Koughly es
timated there Is about seven hundred acres of
splendid codec land Pjingall on ono block ou
both hides of the GownniKiit Iload. Eight
hundred acres lying above and to the East of
tho scveu hundred ueies above mentioned Is
also excellent land and although at a higher
altitude Is no doubt also uell adapted for
colTeo culture. 'Iho lov ei land below tho
coffee belt Is sultnolc furplneaiiples and sisal.
There Is n drying house, store and work
rooms, a Gordon's I'ulper, laborers' quarters
and water tanks ut the jil.intntlon, and the
land Is partly walled. Tlieie has never been
any bllght-on this land, although coffeowas
planted It gr-at main -ears ago. Old residents
of Kona like tho late I). II Nnhlnu, J. W.
Kiiulinokuand oth rs h.ivu tot I lied to this
f.ict. There U a e;i tislury appurtenant to
Terms cash or p.irt of tho nurelmso prleo
can remain on mortgage at etuht per cent per
annum. Deeds and stamps at the. expenso ot
A map of tho property can bo seen and fur
ther particulars obtained at nij tsules rooms.
J. P. MORGAN,
Tbo purest and mupt j-erfoot faco
puwdur thht science and skill can
product. Mukt'SthoHkiusoft and
beautiful, romoving nil .shiny ap
poarauco. It is invisiblo on closest inspec
tion. Absolutely liurmlvHs. It
will be tbo fuco p iwdor used by
ladies of reiiuutuoul for tlio uext
Tuko no substitute. Insist on
getting the genuine. Itniuoim
Powdor, its no utility will piovo
liulf ns -ond.
hobr;ow dr;u Co.;
r W U Ul I M'PH.
, OlJTTAOK WITH I'fJUJI IIOOM,
Auction Sales hy Jas. F. Morgan.
lly order of Mr. P. MUHLENDORF, ns
Higiifeof tho Entutc of II-F.-JKUTEIiMANN
Esq , I will sell ut Public Auction, nt my
Salesroom, Queen streot,
ON MONDAY, APIlILr27, 1890,
At 12 o o'clock uoon,
A pioco of laud at rcn- of tho Dortclmann
residonoa, corner of Jlurotniiin nnd Kcenu
moku atreeti. Thin pioco has n frontage
of 5 feet on Ilorotiinia Htrcet, 21)0 feet nlong
Bortelmanu lot, nnd 4 feot on Kinnu street.
And nt tho nm fine "'H bo sold u ono
qunrtor lutorest in 27.fi square feot in lund
of Allou Ileibo t, Ksq,, curuer of Keeau
niokn nnd Iforotnniit Htroots. Tlio owner
shipoftho nbovoon.-qunit'T interest par
ries also n one-miitrUr iutuust in thn nrte
ninn well on land of Mr. A. Herbert.
W For further piutloiilars apply to
JAS. F MORGAN,
They Are Here!
Elegant Shirt Waists
tho larlios have been
waiting for su long I
fWho's Got 'Em!
Why, M. MotNERNY,
the Men's Furnisher. . . .
"They'll bo placed on snlo
j TO-DAY !
at hin spring npun'mg, and you
want to hiiMtlo and mnho your
j solootloiiB, for thoy nro sura to
!gn UKO UOlCftl'08,
JMiiml iUnliiiia wu,