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EVENING BULLETIN, MAY 2, 1896.
5 Euei)ii)$ Bulletin;,
DANIEL LOGAN. Editor.
SATUltDAY, MAY 2, 1890.
FOR A THIRD TERM.
' Tho Now York World in a re
cent editorial naked whether tho
logic of tho political situation that
has led tho Eopublican masses to
supportMcKinloy will not compel
tho nomination of Glevolaud by
tho Democrats. Tho paper says:
'Tho World does not assert that
this is so. It raises tho quostion.
.It invites public discussion of it.
So far as tho World is concored
in this matter, it is entirely im
partial, judicial and imporsonnl.
It has no special partiality for
Mr. Cleveland, personally, as
ho will probably admit. It lias
nothing to tnko back. But tho
question is not of tho past; it is
the quostion of tho future Upon
tho issues of tho present and fu
ture, not tho past, tho World is
just as free and sincoro in sug
gesting that Mr. Cleveland Beonis
to bo tho only logical candidate,
as it has been fearless and faith
ful in admonition and criticism
wherever it has believed him
wrong. It is idle and might provo
very uuwibo to iguoio the fact that
thoro is a deep-seated and widely
prevalent prejudice among our
people against any third torm for
any President. But it is still a
question whethor any unfounded
fear and prejudice can weigh nt
leaBt against the forco of events
and tho logic of circumstance"
Superintendent Stable of tho
City and County Hospital of San
Francisco recontly filed a report
with tho Board of Health in
anewer to tho recent criticisms of
a Grand Jury committee rogord
ing that institution, in which ho
recommended tho condemnation
of the entiro hospital upon tho
ground that tho buildings wore
full of disease germs, and that by
reason of their ago and condition
they aro unfit for well peoplo to
live in, lot alono tho sick.
One of tho visiting physicians
says ho has noticed that peoplo
who outer tho institution with
acute lung trouble, that is, colds,
in many cases, como back to it in
side of a year suffering from
chronic consumption, contracted
in tho place. Great caro is used
to keep tho institution clean, but
it seems to have outlived its use
fulness. Wo did not know that tho Star
had carried its enthusiasm over
cable matters to such an extent as to
maintain one of its own. In yes
terday's isfauo it gave us an account
of an explosion at tho Brunnor
coal pit,Now Zealand, as a spocial
dispatch under date of April 20th.
As tho Monowai left Auckland on
April 18th at noon, tho fraud is
apparent on its face. As a mattor
of fact tho explosion took place on
tho 2Gth of March and was old
snows, seeing that a synopsis of tho
affair had already appeared in tho
California papers rccoived here
some weeks since. The Star is
too previous with its dates and
behind tho times with its news.
Nearly tho whole of the first
page of this issuo is occupied by
Mr. Logan's letters rolating tho
wonders of Kilauoa and Moku
awooweo, which will bo read with
intorcst. From thom tho Adver
tiser will learn that its special cor
respondent is still alive
A bill is already boforo tho
Sonato asking for an electric
railway franchiso for tho town of
Hilo. Is it possiblo that go
ahead placo is to bo allowed to
not tho bottor of Honolulu in
facilities for rapid transit.
The Most Beautiful Women . . .
. . . Also the Homeliest
USE DRIFTED SNOW FLOUR.
Atl Your Grocer For It.
v i)iii:.i)i'Ui. oiciniF.
KlnriK-r ol n Sixteen Mouth's Old In
luut on Knunl by It Ult-tl-rr.
A horrible murder was com
mitted at Hulaia, about four
miles from Lihuo court house,
Kauai, on Wednesday night.
Josia, a half white saddler of that
place, is married to a half Chinese
and half Hawaiian woman named
Kaalu. Tho latter is Baid to bo
Bubject to fits of dospondoncy
and at such times gets into a ter
rific passion with hor husband.
They have several children, tho
youngert of which was a boy of
On Wednesday ovehing last,
Josia came homo from his work
and, missing his wife, asked tho
older children whore their mother
was. Deceiving no information,
ho iuquirod of a neighbor, a na
tive, who informed him that ho
had seen hor a short time boforo
in some taio putohes near his
Josia procoeded to tho placo in
dicated, but failed to find Kaalu.
Upon his return home, however,
ho found that she had preceded
him. Ho says sho was "cranky"
and evidently in ono of hor fits of
Later in tho evening tho woman
again left tho house and, finding
that sho did not return, Josia
started after her a Becond time.
Kaalu hod climbed into tho branch
es of a treo near by and it waB
Bomo time boforo hor husband
could induce hor to como down.
When ho finally succeeded in doing
so, ho compelled her to return to
tho house again. During tho night,
tho husband awoke and found her
missing for a third time, together
with their younger child.
A protracted search failed to
locate hor but upon arousing tho
neighborhood tho body of tho in
fant was found in an outhouse
with its head severed from it com
pletely, oxcepting a thin ribbon
of skin at the back of tho neck.
Tho instrument used, which was
found near by, was a draw knife
with an 18 inch blade. Shoriff
Wilcox was notified and, together
with government physician Wol
tors, who upon examining tho re
mains decided that tho child
had been dead Boveral
hours, immediately started
to search for tho inhuman mother
who was discovered rambling
about tho country in an apparent
ly semi-crazed condition and was
takon to tho jail at Lihuo. Tho
baby was found wrapped careful
ly in Boino old shawls. Probably
tho crimo can bo credited to tho
woman's insanity Tho husband
testifies that hor spoils of ill
temper and melancholy aro of
frequent occurrence and that ho
has novor given hor cause for dis
pleasure Bop. Richards groetod his
frionds in tho Houso this morn
ing aftor an absence of eight days.
Dick brought a bundle of papors
with him as big as a stove which
ho said contained a Bchedulo of
tho things most needed in Hilo
and that tho itoms footed up
HAVE YOU TRIED IT?
JUST THE THING FOR BREAKFAST
Cooked Rolled. Oals.
Tho original brund.
Different from amUietterUmn any other brand.
(CflT" TorBRle liy nil Lauding Grocors.
FRANK B. PETERSON & CO.
S F. AGENTS
THE WORLD HAS NEEDED
THE WORLD HAS WAITED
FOR IT I
THE WORLD CAN NOW
HERE IT IS I
A man may fitly
And a man mny lio
And a man may puff and blow
But lie can't get trado
liy sitting in the shada
Waiting for business to grow.
The only way to get trade
is to go 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
adveitisingfor 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
FLAA1E COOKING STOVE,
is ari 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 $2$', the other with two
burners and oven is 22. 0.
Call and examine these
Hawaiian Hardware Co.
Opposite Spreokols' Bank,
NO. 307 FORT STREET.
Wouldn't you consider n
man cupable of doing tho most
intricate work, capable of doing
tho simple work also?
Would you consider n man
capable only of doing tho sim
ple work, quite as cnpablo for
that work, as tho more skillful
We have been getting ALL
your intricato and difficult
work during tho 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 does not give
you better satisfaction.
Your watch is one of your
best friends; it merits the treat
ment you accord your friends.
Wo give it such treatment.
It is our business. Ten yenrs
of satisfactory work have
given us tho reputation for the
best; and yot wo aro doing
better work to dny than ever.
Wo are working just as hard
to keep that reputation as wo
overdid to gain it. Wo aro
not content to rest easy, and
let tho reputation do all the
work; the quality will never bo
Do you know that your old
key winder can bo converted to
a stem winder, and that it can
bo done so it will wind as
smooth as melted btuter? Wo
have converted a number of
them and can convert yours.
H. P. Wichmaai
Simple, Safe, No Smoke, No
A very Lnndsomo stovo, profusely
nicklcd, beautifully Japanned nnd orna
montod nud strongly built, linking, Cook
ing nnd. if necessary, washing can bo ilouo
at tho Karno time.
show whether tho Imrnorsnro closed.
This not only ensures triuiplioity, hut
is nlso nu
becauso tho burnew cannot ho open
od further than necessary.
Tho oen flanio is strongor than
either top flame, therefoio baking
can he done to perfection in a short
Castle & Cooke,
(ThU is tbo Celebratod ThoroiiKlibred nulldo "BO5" Unit licked every other bulldog
iu tbu world tbtit would.flght.)
That tho MANUFACTURERS' SHOE COM
PANY is not tho Largest Shoo Houso in tho
Hawaiian Islands ? And who say that wo don't
sell at Bedrock Prices ?
Auction Sales by Jas. F. Morgan.
COFFEE ESTATE AND LANDS
lam directed to fell at Public Auction on
Wednesday, May 27,- '96,
nt 13 o'clock noon ol said day at my sales
rooms on Queen street. In Honolulu (unless
sooner dlspobcil or at private sale) tho follow,
lnc described propertj, namely:
A tract ofland of about !i,SUO acres In tee
simple situate nt Kolo nnd Olelomoana 1 In
South Kona, Island of Hawaii, nbout eight
Miles' by n good road from Ilnokcna, one ol
tliu largest villages In Kona. Tlicrei Is an ex
cellent lauding on the land Itself from where
the collee nnd other produce could ba shipped
tndagoodsltu Torn mill near the landing.
Fifty acres ot laud arc in cotlcu. Itouglily es
timated thcro Is about scum hundred acres of
splendid coffee land ljlngall on ono block on
both sides of the Government ltoad. Eight
hundred acres llngnboe and to tho East of
the se en hundred acres abovo mentioned la
also excellent land nnd although at n higher
altitude Is no doubt also well adapted for
colTco culture. The loner land below tho
coffee belt Is sultuoleforplucapples and sisal.
Tbero Is a doing house, store nnd work
rooms, a Gordon's I'ulpcr, laborers' quarters
and water tanks at the jihntntlon, and the
land Is partly ualled Tliuie has ncerbten
any blight on this laud, although toffee was
planted a great man J cars ago. Old residents
of Kona like the late D. 11. N'nliimi, J. W.
Kunluinku and others have testllled to this
fuct. There Is a sea fishery appurtenant to
Terms cash or pnrt of tho purchase prlco
can remain on mortgago at cunt per cent per
annum. Deeds and stamps at tho expense ol
A map of the property can bo seen nnd fur
ther particulars obtained at my sales rooms.
J. F. MORGAN,
lias returned aftor nn eminently successful
tour of Kauai and will exhibit
This Saturday Evening,
ON TUB LOT OITOSITK THK
Railway Depot, King St.
Eery artist improved iu his special linos.
JONES AND WILLIAMS
Iu a grand net on Doublo Trnpezo.
WILFRED BURNS and
his trick pony.
BEN CRUES in a now perch
HAYES AND BURNS
In nn cntiroly now clown not,
KAOHIEL AND TAKI
Tho Hawaiian Favorites.
Tho Entiro Company
IN A NEW FARCE.
$JB Prices 23 cents and 50 conts.
Watch for arrival of uow company. 203-21
THE NEW. ., .
Tho Mlsbes, Rico will open thoir now
art stoio for tho salo of this beautiful and
uo vel decora tho wure
513 Fort street (Gortz's old store). 202-:)t
ALL VEK80N8 HAVING CLAIMS
against W. II. MoLnan aro heroby request
ed to proneut sauio within ono wool; from
dato to tho nndoi-signed, at tho Inter-Island
Stoam Navigation Company's offloe, on
Quceu street. JAML8 L. McLEAN.
Honoluln, April 27, 1893. 289-lw
Situato at "Wnikolo, Ewa, Oalm.
Estate or G. B. HONUAKAHA, Deceasei
Rare Good Chance for Inves
tors and Capitalists.
Having boon duly authorized bo
to do, tho undorsigucd as admin
istrator of said estato, will soil at
public auction, at tho mauka on
tranco to tho Judiciary Building,
On MONDAY, May 4, 189G,
AT 12 O'CLOCK NOON.
cols o Eoal Property
1 Land described in E. P.
851 of L. O. A. 9384b to Kahula 2,
area 1 47-100 acres tnoro or less.
2 Land described in E. P. Grant
120 to F.P.Manini.aroa 12.03 acres
moro or less. 3 Land described it
It. P. 833 of L. C. A. 1011 to Koku
lopa, area 53-100 of an aero mow
or loss. 4 Land described in B.
P. 4246 of L. O. A. G025to Kalmi
kaua, area 1.08 acres moro or losj.
5 Land described in R. P. 3801
of L. O. A. 1075b to Kouiho, arei
71-100 of an aero moro or less. G-j-Land
described in E. P. 720G d
L. O. A. 891 to Kaakiakiaho an i
1.14 acres moro or less. 7 Laul
described in E. P. 852 of L. 0. i .
880 to Niulii, area 1.32 acros mojj
These lands containing a tot 1
area of 18 acres aio proportional
ly about two-thirds wot and tho re
mainder dryland. All tho wot laid
is under rico cultivation, and tie
dry land is suitable for pineapple
raising. Present annual routil
$3 These lands woro leased
by decedent's widow for ton years
from January 1, 1890, but tho
leaso holds good only as to tho
widow's half of all landBj tho
other hoirs not having Joined in the
Lands To Be Sold Jn Ono Lot
And Balo to bo subject to confirm
ation by tho Circuit Court of tho
First Judicial Circuit.
Terms cash payablo in U.S. gold
coin. Deeds to bo at expense of tho
For further particulars inquiro
of tho undersigned at his office, in
tho Judiciary Building.
Administrator Estato of G. P. Ho-
nuakalm, deceased. 27G-U1
Election of Officers.
AT THE ANNUAL MEETING OF THE
Fashion fitnblos Company held in thiB city
tho 30th day of Apul, 180ft, tlio (.-Hawing
ofllcors weie elected to sorvo for tho ensu
ing yurti :
Mr. J. J. Sullivan President
M r.D ,V It .Ihenborg. Vico- I'rosidout
Mr J, Iluoliloy Treasuier
Mr. J. A. Hnsiinger. . . . Secretary
Mr. I?. f. Mncfurlauo Auditor
Tho aboeoQlcora olso constituto thoBoaid
V. W. MAOFAItLANE,
203.31 Secretary pio teui.
ALL OUTSTANDING HILLS AGAINST
tho Sonato must ho presented by 10 a.m.
MONDAY, Mny 4, 1800,
J- F- LA
26' -3t , Clerk Senato.
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