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EVENING BULLETIN, APBIL 28, 1896.
LOCAL AND GENERAL.
The Progressive Educator for
April has boon received.
The barkontiuo Amolin brought
one pasBengor, A. J. Washbouins.
The next mail from tho Coast i
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IS UUO Ou llio ivumruwu uuii iu.uu
A communication from Editor
Dan Logan will bo fouud in an
Theo. H. Davis and W. G. Ir
win are booked to leave on tho
Monowai next Thursday.
A dividend notice to holders of
Hawaiian Sugar Company's stock
appears in another column.
Go and boo tho Armless Winder
at 420 Nuuanu otroot this after
noon. Performance at two o'clock.
Tho tonnis tournament com
mences on Wednesday, May Gth.
Clubs from all tho islands will bo
Owing to tho bad weather the
Kamohainoha concort has boon
postponed until nozt Saturday
ovening, May 2d.
M. Phillips & Co., wholesale
importers and jobbers of Europe
an and Amoricau dry goods, have
n card in this issue.
Edinburg has 22,000 cows, while
Dublin comes next with 11,000
nnd London stands third with a
cow population of 8000.
Tho Canadian lino steamship
Miowora will bo duo from Victoria
on May 12th, instead of May 8th
as previously advertised.
A. V. Gear adds some Pearl
City propt-rty and a desirable
tract of coffoo land on Ilawaii to
tho list of his real estate bargains.
Tho Supremo Court is holding
n special session today to hear an
appeal involving the construction
of tho will of tho lato H. A. P.
F. Callaghan, a young boy,
desorted from the ship Planter
last Thursday, and was brought
to tho police station by one John
Hapa, a native, last night.
Tho sale of silks and other goods
imported by Mr. Poulain has been
postponed to Friday May 1st at 10
o'clock a. m., at tho store adjoin
ing tho Golden ltulo Bazaar.
Warren 0. Gregory, of Lihue,
came down from Kauai yesterday
morning. Mr. Gregory was clans
mate of A. V. Goar, at tho Univer
sity of California, class of '87.
Tho marringo of Mr. Grant
Siduoy Waggouor aud Miss Ada
Marvin Bhea was solemnized yes
terday evening at St. Andrew's
Cathedral, tho Kev. Aloxaudor
Keliiikeolo and his wifo Luika
disturbed tho peace and quiet of
their neighbors last evening and
wero lodged in tho dungoons until
such time as they may regain a
propor sense of decency.
A handsome photograph of
Hilo bay is nailed on tho bulletin
hoard in tho Sonata chamber.
Underneath it is written: "Com
pliments of Ililo. Does this
moan a now wharf or not?"
Tho N. G. H. cricket players
have organized under tho name of
tho Pacific Crickot Club, with tho
following officers: A. McCurrie,
captain; H. A. Taylor, vice-cap-tain;
W. T. Winaut, seorotary and
An exchange says the shopkeep
er who does not keep staple arti
cles that aro widely advertised,
but offers you something that is
"just as good," is a most oxcellont
tradesman for you to pass by and
lot him find a customer that is just
A splondid opportunity for tho
ladies to purchase lino silks, linens
and other articles, will bo offered
at tho sale of importations of Mr.
Poulain which takes place on Fri
day at 10 o'clock a.m. at tho store
adjoining Golden Rule Bazaar,
Snperintondont of Wator Works
Andrew Brown says the resor
voirs will bo full tonight. Thoy
havo boon cleaned us much as it
is possible during tho recont dry
spell. Tho pumping plant will
bo run threo or fours days longor
in ordor to allow tho water in tho
resorvoirs to sottlo.
DRIFTED iS'iVOir FLOUR
Make Reltcr Dread and Pastry than
Any 0",cr nown Muni.
,Uk Tour ChoQir For H,
nisTitior coiriiT matxt.hs.
l'roeccflliiKfiltoriirr Honor, Jiultffl
le In Vorirno.
Joe Palekipo got a good cargo
aboard yesterday evening and
Biineu uown ixuuanu streot uouuu
for Maunakea. In rounding tho
corner of Hotel and Nuuanu ho
failed to notice tho abruptness of
tho turn, or tho beacou lights
of tho Cosmopolitan dazzled him,
so that Josoph went through ouo
of the windows of that popular
resort nnd became a total wrrrk.
He pleudud guilty this mottling
in Judge do la Vorgno's court and
was fined tho usual S2 and costs.
Kailipaka pleaded guilty also,
on a cliargoof boingagrnasehont,
but upon receiving a sontonco of
GO days at hard labor, noted an
Henry Kokaula, larcony, caso
continued to ATuy Gth.
J. Fornundoz, Turumoski and
Uashi acknowledge that they
did, on tho 2Gth inst., rescuo
ouo horso from incarcera
tion in tho pound at Wai
kiki, and promptly ponied un a
dollar fine and a dollar and fifty
Sovon celestials woro arrested by
Lioutonant Hart for camblinfMiitb.
dominoes; three pleaded not cuilty I
and woro nollo pros'd. Tho other
four concluded thoy wero in ac
cordance with the officers' claim
and wero fined $10 each.
Three pakes, opium in posses
sion, fined $50 and S3 costs each.
Lizzie Noblo said bIio did not
commit assault and battery on ho
person of Mary Hofforman and
Hashimoto also claims that ho
nover distilled liquor without a
license, and as tho Japanese inter
preter is absent, his caso is held
over, although a largo amount of
tho prosecution's testimony was
HIM PltO.U XEW ZKALAXD.
Editor Bulletin: Messrs. W.
O. Smith and Wilcox took tho
troublo to go all tho way to Now
Zealand to gather wrinkles in
reference to tho laud laws and
mode of taxation as carried on in
that country. Thoro is ono point
which these gentlemen do not ap
pear to have spoken about on their
return hero. It is this. There is
a property tax loviod in Now
Zealand, and in thoso cases whore
tho tax assessor and ownor of any
piece of proporty differ as to tho
value at which said property shall
bo assessed, tho government has
tho privilege, should it so choose,
to purchase such proporty at tho
owner's figures as sot forth in his
sworn tax return. Why not apply
this practice hero ? It would help
to make tho plantation owners put
true values on their plantations,
and pay thoir fair share of tho
taxes hko other people. It will
be admitted that tho present sys
tem of valuing plantations is a
. m i
London has 75,000 street lamps,
Paris 50,000 and Now York 28,
000. GATGH PRICES
simply used as bait, won't bring
permanent business. Wo want
permanent business. Wo aro got
mg it too. Tho regular every
day dealings, where wo savo our
patrons monoy on ovory purchase,
is telling in our favor.
It isn't our policy to ndvertiso
prices and after a whilo put thorn
back whero they woro originally.
When wo cut prices, we never put
the prico back. Our business
methods aro fair, square and abovo
board. Wo do just as wo say wo
will. Wo live up to everything
Barry's Tricopliercns 25c, old price
Fig Syrup 35., oil price 50c,
Camcllinc 25c, old prico 50c
Aycr's Cherry Pectoral 75c, old
These aro a few of tho liberal
prices wo accord our friends. Wo
have not onough room to onnmor
ato thorn all hero. You will got
UMxiwt f H M in T.civening Power. Latest U.S. Gov't Report.
&&nmT fit i& WTm tti Z lpP
Tho threatened caso of small
pox nt Quarantine Island was
enough to stir pcoplo up to the
point whero tlic necessity for
proper snnitmy nrranetnent
and disinfectants is realized.
Dpath finds a convenient
lurking place in tho sinks nnd
closets iiround the house. Old
fashioned closets are continual
ly out of order and Elcctrozone
is the most reliable disinfect
ant, known and has the quick
est effect. We sell it in quart
bottles with full directions for
Tito best way to get at
troubles caused by non-sanitary
plumbing is' to procure a
water closet of a make known
to bo good. The J. L. Mott
Co. are makers of the best in
the world nnd we carry a full
stock. We have elegant enam
el lined buth rubs, with Hat or
roll tops, from 50 to $75.
Kitchen sinks, stationary wash
stands and water closets.
If you are thinking of build
ing let us havo a chance to
figure on these articles.
Von Holt Building.
il : PROPERTY
Situato at Wuikelo, Ewa, Oahu.
Estate of 0. B. H3HDAKAHA, Decease!
Rare Good Chance for Inves
tors and Capitalists.
Having boon duly authorized so
to do, the undersigned as admin
istrator of said estate, will soil at
public auction, at tljo mauka en
trance to tho Judiciary Building,
On MONDAY, May 4, 189G,
AT 12 O'CLOCK NOON,
Tho following Pieces or Par
cols of Eoal Property :
1 Land described in 11. P.
851 of L. O. A. 9381b to Kahula 2,
area 1 17-100 acres more or less.
2 Laud described in R. P. Grant
120 to F.P.Manini, area 12.05 acres
more or less. 3 Land described in
It. P. 833 of L. O. A. 1011 to Kokua
lopa, area 53-100 of an acre more
or less. 4. Laud described in JR.
P. 42-10 of L. O. A. G025to Kahao
kaua, aroa 1.08 ucres more or loss.
5 Land described in JR. P. 3891
of L. O. A. 1075b to Koniho, aroa
71-100 of an acromoro or less. 6
Land described in It. P. 7200 of
L. O. A. 891 to Kaakiakiaho area
1.14 acres more or less. 7 Land
described in It. P. 852 of L. O. A.
880 to JNiulii, aroa 1.32 acros more
These lauds containing a total
aroa of 18 acros aro proportionate
ly about two-thirds wet and tho ro
maindor dry land. All tho wetland
is under rice cultivation, and tho
dry land is suilablo for pineapple
raising. Presont annual rental
Kfif These lands woro leased
by decedent's widow for ton years
from January 1, 1890, but tho
loaso holds good only as to tho
widow's half of all lands, tho
other heirs not having joined in tho
fcanfc, To Ba Sold fa Ono Lot
And salo to bo subject to confirm
ation by the Okouit Court of tho
I'trst .Judicial (Jtrcuit.
TorniBcaslt payablo in U.S. gold
coin. Deeds tobontcxponsooftho
Eor further particulars inouiro
of tho undersigned at his olllce, in
tho Judiciary liuilding.
Administrator Estatoof CI. 1). Ho-
nuakaliu, docoiiBud. 270-td
. . ROADSTER
1800, Twenty-Two Pounds,
When You Buy a
Buy ouo with a Reputa
tion ono that won't break
down when you'ro ton
milos from homo. Don't
lean to " fads;" thoy aro
not substantial. Tho
Stewing has been on tho
market fivo years. Tho
STEnLiNa costs 8110. If
you want to know more
nbout it, send for our Art
Cataloguo, mailed free to
nny address, and you will
BV1LT LIKE A'WAlfcrT
Terms: S10.00 down, balance
S2.50 a week or a liberal discount
The Armless Wonder,
Born Without Arms.
Thin Little Portugueso Lmly EATS,
WHITES, SEWS, and performs many
other fenU entirely with her toes.
Exhibitions dally .commencing ou TUES
DAY AFTERNOON, April 23th. Open
front 10 to 12 a. in., 2 to 5 p. m., and 7 to
0 p. m.
4 'JO iuimnu Street, above Hotel.
Admission, 25c. Children, 10c.
ALL VEU80N8 HAVING CLAIMS
nt;nlut W. II. MoLhuu lire hereby request
ed to prcHont Hitmu within ono woek from
ditto to tho undersigned, itttho lutor-Iiliind
Steam Navigation Couipauy'H office, on
Queen Btroet. J.VMKS I,. McLliAN.
Honolulu, April 27, 18M. 230-lw
Piano For Sale.
A WOODWAltD & MtOWN PIANO,
nits nn oxcellont tone and ih in lino condi
tion. Will bo bold cheap tor cuhu.
Address L. T.
105-tf IIulletin Offlco.
M. S G1UNBAUM & CO.,
Queou Htieil, Honolulu, and 210 Trout
Htrcot, Sun I'Viiucisco, Cal.
General Merchandise and , .
, , Commission Merchants,
$&- TAKE THE LEAD )
The E. & G, Summer Corset !
The R. & G-. Nursing Corset!
A Full Lino of Sizes now on hand.
Tlie 3?. N, Short Corset!
Tho Only Comfortablo Hiding Corset.
Ferris' Good Sense Corset Waists !
Try them, you will like thorn.
Ferris' Good Sense Children's Corset Waists!
Perfect fit for all ages best for health and comfort; tapo fastened
buttons that will uot pull olT; cord edge button holes will not wear
out; ring bucklo on hip to Hocuro hoso bupportors.
JS"" A full lino can bo found at
N. S. SACHS'
520 Fort Street.
WITH EVERY S3.00 PURCHASED.
8555" Wo waut money nnd in ordor to got it oii'er tho
largest stock of DRESS GOODS over brought,
to Honolulu at unheard of low prices. A new
lot of Spring aud Summer Goods in endloss va
riety. Dosirablo Btyles in exclusive patterns.
Coino in and look at our stock. . . .
TEMPLE OF FASHION,
TO THE AGRICULTURAL DEPARTMENT.
The : Secretary : Disk : Plow.
AaiticuLTUiuri CoLLEan, Miss. , Jan. 29, 189G.
Dn. O. W. Daii.veV, Washington, D. O.
DEAn Silt: Yours of recont dato in regrd tothe"Socretary"plowhas
boon on my desk some dnys, but I delayed Bending a roply iu ordor
thnt I might son.t Homo photos which go with this.
Deoro it Company sentouoof tho plowR, tho first one which was com
pleted, to this station, nnd wo gavo it a vory thorough tost in Decem
ber last Tho ground on which it was used was a field which had
nover been plotvod inoro than six inches deep, nnd whioh had boon in
rod clover fur throo years, With throe good mules wo wore able to
plow ten inchos deep without making the work too hard for tho team,
and by working slowly u part of the ground was plowed to a dopth of
luurtoon innhuH. Tho plow cortainly docs boltiT work than I Irnvo
ovor seen dotio with my other implement. S. M. Tiucy, Director.
Mr. Tracy, in a letter to Deere & Company, says:
1 havo nover soon ground loft in as pood condition aftor the plowing,
tho furrows being thrown so as to nulvorizo tho soil more thoroughly
thnn can bo done by an ordinary plow, and all trash and woeds wore
complotoly turned undor.
Un oxntuition at tho Ullico oi the
Pacific Hardware Co., Ltd.
Telephone C3. fl fiT P. O. Box 222.
Oahu Lumber Building Co.,
King Street, near Oahu Hallway & Land Co. 'a Depot.
Lumta Merchants, Contractors and Builders.
IMI'OIlTEItB AND DEALE118 IN
Doors, Sasli, jBlinds, Jaiixts, Oil,
Builders' Hardwnro, Etc., Etc.
Take an Outing
. . . . SUNDAYS
Trains will leavo at 9:15 a. m.
and 1:45 r. M.,univing in Hono
lulu at 11:11 and G:G5 r. M.
ROUND TRIP TICKETS:
lit Claw !M ClMt
Pearl Oily 7G $ !0
Ewa Plantation... 1 00 7G
Wftinnao 1C0 1 25
519 FORT STREET.
The DawaiianNews Co.9Ud
MorclKint Btroot, I Ionolulu.
Stationers, Music .
. and News Dealers.
ITtT Carry tho IrycHt Atwottmeut in
tluiio linoH ot nuy house on tho IMhiuIh. No
Jtiiit Kcceived n consignment of
YosG&Sons,Scliillcr&Sinitli and Barnes
t.V Rioeiul ntteutlou called to tho last
liitiuuit to thutvu who vriint n cooil l'iitno itt
it nioiloritta nrieo. So hell rimios on tin)
Wo !Iitiiuliirliii' Itnlilicr Muiiii.
tk. IhUikI orilnrn holidleil. (live us a
trliiTiml tu urnrnntto untUdivtloii.
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