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I " ' , " ' ' KVENING BULLETIN, JUNE 4, 18U0.
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HS ' .... p- j i it L. Till. NEW lirl'WKlHNU IIIM L" t Tf
m 6M Euew Buiietit, Timely Topiec
R Continued from 1st Page. J I
Wm. , DANIEL LOGAN, Editor.
W.& THURSDAY, JUNE 4j 189G.
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If tbo Tramways manager tried
tho experiment of running tho
oars throughout tho Nuunnu and
Borotanin routes for a fivo-cont
faro, iubtund of getting "ugly" and
making a break in tho journoy to
get ten cents, ho would perhaps
find that it was far more profit
able for tho company. In tho
same connection, it would bo
worth trying tho exporiraont of
running cars from tho other
routes into King stroot, taking
tho quarter-hour time,and carrying
passengers through to Waikiki for
a ton-cent faro, and to Falama ter
minus for tho sumo on afternoons
when tho MuBoum is open. Half
hour through cars botweon Pa
lama and Waikiki are all that tho
public require, while the intor
' Toning cars from other routeB
would give a qunrtor-hour service
from town to Waikiki. It
would probably bo found that tho
average distanco each passengor
waa carried for either u five-cent
or a ten-cent fare, under such a
schome, -would not bo g eater than
nt present. Many peoplo would
tako a car round the corner from
Nuuanu or Borotauia stroot into
King stroot for a short rido, who
now walk rather than pay two
fares aud wait a spell between for
a like distanco. Such liberal ar
rangements would bo almost cer
tain to vastly increaso tho Wai
kiki travel, especially on Satur
days and Sundays. Tho
fares proposed would not bo
unreasonably low, compared with
those charged for greater dis
tances in other cities. For tho
mileage tho Hawaiian Tramways
Compauy'K system would be hard
to beat auywhora iu point of in
convonionco to tho public. Mr.
Pain is a very diligent manager,
but ho is rather slow in mooting
tho wishes and serving tho coti
Teniouce of tho public, besides
being too ofton neglectful of com
plaints from individuals about
shortcomings and transgrossions
of his subordinates.
In tho refunding bill it is pro
Tidod that no raonoy cau bo borrow
ed under previous loan acts. This
will mako null and void the loan
bill for public improvements if it
becomo law before tho refunding
bill. Look out what you are
about, gontlomeu !
Mr. Evcroft through tho con
Teretfeo committoo has got back
10,000 of the $15,000 for tho Pa
hoa road which tho Senate had
disallowed.Whonhogoes homo tho
Puna baud will como out to moot
him and escort him in triumph
over tho pahoohoo prairio.
Minister Cooper's holiday bill
makos a fixed holiday of Novom
bor 28. This is doubtless intend
ed to bo for Thanksgiving Pay.
Why not mako it "tho last Thurs
day in November," so that it will
correspond to tho American
When roads aro built to open
up all tho coffoo lands of Hawaii,
tho years will bo fow until coffoo
shall bo bno of tho loading ox
poits of tho country. Nothing
possible should bo neglected
-which will hasten such road con
struction. An almost ridiculous omis
sion in our laws is filled by th,o
bill providing for tho registration
of births, deaths audnarriages.
Tho anciont law leaving tho mat
tor in a Ioobo kind of way to tho
, school agents has always boon a
Exeoutivo Council is authorized
to effoot tho conversion., of any or
all of tho existing outstanding
Hawaiian Qovornmeut bonds by
giving to tho holders thereof in
oxohango therefor bonds issued
under tho. authority of this Act at
such rato of premium or discount
or otherwise upon such terms as
may bo agreed upon with tho
Section 8. Tho Minister of
Finance, with tho approval of tho
Executive Council, may, from
timo to time, mako such arrange
ments os may bo necessary or
propor for tho sale or issuo or
guaranteeing of tho whole or any
part of tho bonds authorized to bo
issued by this Act.
Such arrangements may pro
vide for tho direct issuo and sale
of Biioh bonds by tho Government
itrolf or through tho medium of I
some norson or nersons. Svudi
cate, Bank or Company.
Section 9. Tho said Minister
J UiOU) tVltU L11U (l'lJiUt Ui (1IU1.U-
said, grnnt a discount ou any or
all bonds issuod undor tho autho
rity o-tl Act.
Section 10. 'The Baid'Ministor
may also, with the approval afore
said, pay a commission to any
person or persons, oyndicato,
Bank or Company for tho sale or
issue or guaranteeing of tho whole
or any part of tho tyonds issued
undor this Act.
.Provided, however, that no com
mission Bhall bo allowed upon
any issue, sale or guarantee of
bonds of less than $'.50,000 in
Section 11. All bonds issued
under the provisions of this Act
shall bo signed by tho Minister
of Financo and by tho Regis
trar of Public Accounts and bo
sealed with tho seal of the
Department of tho Minister of
Finance. Interest coupons at
tached to such bonds .shall boar
tho signature or a printed, engrav
ed or lithographed facsimile of tho
signature of tho Minister of Fin
ance. Section 12. All bonds issued
undor tho authority of this Act
may bo redeemed at any timo af
ter twenty five years by tho Gov
ernment of tho said Republic by
payment of tho amount of such
bonds upon giving six months'
previous notico of its intention to
so redoora them. Notico under
this section shall be doomed to
have beon given aftor tho same
shall have beon inserted six times
each in two daily and four times
each in two weekly papers pub
lished in tho metropolis or capital
city of overy foreign country
where the said bonds aro author
ized to bo paid or redeemed.
Section 13. From aud after tho
passing of this Act no further
monies shall be borrowed or bonds
issued under tho provisions of
any previous loan Acts; nor shall
any oxistiug and unoxhausted
powers of borrowing conforrod on
tho Executive by tho Legislature
bo exorcised or put in force, and
all provisions of nny previous Act
inconsistent with this Act aro
Soctiou 14. Tho power to issuo
bondB conforrod by this Act shall
not lapso or becomo void as tho
result of a first issuo, but may bo
exercised from timo to time until
tho limit of tho amount authorized
by this Act has boon reached.
Section 15. This Act Bhall
tako effect from tho date of its
The Most Reautiful Women . . .
.... Also the Homeliest
USE DRIFTED SNOW FLOUR.
Ask Your Grocer Fur Jt.
Ofiico Boy There is a mau out
sido who wishes to seo you. Busi
ness Man Didn't I give orders
that I was not to bo disturbed ?
Office Boy Yes, sir. But this is
a very mild-looking man. I don't
think ho would croato a disturb
ance. Now York Truth.
Hor Sister I uovor thought
you and Harry would light. Ho's
a very indulgent husband. Young
Wife That's just tho trouble. It
makos mo so mad when ho gives
in to mo without fighting. Phila
delphia North American.
"Do Algornon and Maud still
quarrel?" ''No. Thoy haven't
had any angry word for two
years." "Good. I am sp glad.
.Y,hat -brought obout thochango?"
"Thoy stoppod speaking to each
Sugar planters know more
ways of getting rich than
holding down their taxes. As
was stated tothe writer by an
intelligent observer the other
day: " It takes as much care
and vigilance to run a planta
tion and mill as to run an
ocean steamship. Every little
detail, every screwhead and
bolt, has to be inspected to
see that nothing goes wrong."
In the matter of saving waste
and expenses, which is half the
battle for profits, the planters
of these islands have made an
The care of their live stock
makes no small amount of the
expenses of plantations, and
anything: saved here increases
the profits as well as a gain in
the percentage of extraction of
sugar from the cane. In the
cut above given you have a
view of a 12-foot geared Aer
motor we have put up a.t
Kapaa, Kauai, for the Makee
Sugar Company. And here, in
the second illustration, is
shown the use to which the
power is applied.
All the cane tops for feeding
the stock are cut in this
machine driven by the Aer
moto. The motive power is
also utilized for pumping
water for the animals. One
man attends to the whole
business where, before the ad
vent of the giant "Ventosus,"
the labor of several men was
We have contracted with
the trustees of the Queen's
Hospital to remove a steel mill
(of another make) long ago
erected at the institution,
taking it away as "slops" and
subatituting it with an Aer
motor. The old one has not
given satisfaction, and the
trustees are acting on the
splendid reputation gained
by the Aer motor. Less wind
than it takes to run the Legis
lature will put the Aermotor
ft"jyf4r.(li ,, ' n""
in a state of successful revo
lution. While we are talking to you,
allow .us the digression of
calling attention to our fine
line of Westenholm pocket
Hawaiian Hardware Co.
Opposite Spreckols' Bank,
NO. 307 FORT STREET.
brought Us some of tho hand
somest jittlo gold vchatelaino
watchcB over sdeii. Beautifully
enameled in reds and blues, set
jvith diamonds, and without
them; others with rows of
pearls and other gems. All
made to run and keep good
All .havo hundsouio gem Bet.
brooches to mntch, and tho '
"toot and arratnblo" of the
whole is truly beautiful. Thoy '
belong Co a cluss of watch not .
heretotoro imported, and wo
tuke i.rMu 1 lowing them to
our customer. 1 he prices nro'
n,.,t; "H '""" ' T wTd T?
gine for suuli high grade goods;,
ianmna from $50.00 up.
Our small oxidised chate
lcjine watch at $G.OO must also
npt bo overlooked. For a watch
costing almost nothing; run
ning well, and rich looking,
this cannot be equaled by any-,.
thing we IjuVo seen.
Our agency for ono of tho
best Swiss watch manufactur
ers, enables us to placo before
you, designs which are exclu
sive and unique, and move
ments which for time keening
qualities cunnot bo excelled.
You will be surprised how
fine a "Non-magnetic" silver
watch we can sell you for $14.
00. One that will resist all
magnetic influences; which in
this ago of electricity is a point
of incalculable value. No mat
ter what grade of watch you
aro going to buy, ours is tho
stock to pick it from; because
no other stock is half as largo,
no other stock contains tho ex
clusive patterns, and no other
prices c in come down to ours;
AND WE GUARANTEE
EVERY SCREW in them.
H. F. Wichman
The Club Hotel
Will open under tho manage
ment of Mrs. D. Arcey, former
ly proprietor of tho Club Hotol,
On June lOtb.
Excellent Table !
llioh fittings for Dining and
Tiffin Booms, imported direct
from tho Orient.
A limited number of persons
may bo accommodated with
rooms, singlo or en suite..
HmilAN BASEBALL ASSOCIATION
Saturday, June 6, 1896.
Gami: Galled at 3:30 p. m.
A.draission, - 25c.
JOHN T. LUND,
Instrument -:- Maker;
Dioycle ropalring nnd niokol plating a
Gold, Silver ana Bronze Electroplating.
130 FORT 8T. ! : t TEL.C07.
BRASS SIGHS MADE TO ORDER.
JleW .fcftals ir Our
"VVhiteiLinen Table Damask, good quality.
"White Linen Tabic Covers with Napkins t rriatch.
White Linen Bed Shooting, 90 inch, at $.1! 50 peiVvard.
White Linen for Pillow Cases, 45 inch, GOo poryard. ..
Fine White Linen, 36 inch, GOc per yard.
lted Table Damask, GOc and 70c per yard.
White Damask Table Covers with .Red' Bbrders, $1.50
and $1.75 a piece. ,.,
White Damask DbilioB.i.50 a dozen;
vv lute Damask Doilies with Red Border'- 75V and $1.25 a
51. Ehlers & Co., Port. Street
mi i 1 M
fc3 LENOXfPT I
WS Vil T0 A
i r.t? i njv pi 'si
V, y t'Fetf XI
supply you with anything you want in
from the cheapest to the finest Shoes
made. You have s2en our "Bull Dory ?."' No
Ono has licked him yet. Wo nro fighting for
trade. You ava- buying Shoes. Wo-aro selling
thoiuij You shall have as good idfims a any
The Manufacturers' Shoe Co.,,
D3iT Shoe- Store.
rrtyitKltt, 111 list ratal
A RECORD OF BARBARISM
DARKER THAN DARKEST
AFRICA. . . .
(Ily Eov. Ed Win. M. Bliss.)
jSy-' Proepeolns. am! RubsoripHou lists
IVfoccUowt Stroot,. Honolulu.
In.oiiOYoLolotU, S '-'00
la ono vol. olnth gilt, 2 50
In one vol.Unlf-UiiBsinn gilt, 3 50
t2f?Jy Hack daos not tip in- this man
ner, nO'Eiuttcr how weighty the load.
Hack No. 14
8" TELEPHONE 170 a
Sta(l: Uothrl und King stroeta.
HAWAUAU TRAftWAY'S C(L L'ft.
Oomrooncing on Wednoaday, Juno 3d,
the VALLEY OAltS will tcnnlnnto their
journeya at tho corner of Qnoon aud Fort
stroots. Fare, 5 cents.
Cars will lcuwo tho ValWy at 2 inlu., 22
m!n. and 42 rain, past each hour.
First car, G;02 a, to. on week days, C:J2
a. m. on Sundays. Lnst car, 10-22 p. in.
Oars will loavo corner of Queen nnd Fort
streets at 3 min., 23 iniu. nud 43'mln. pabt
First car, 0:23 a. m. on weekdays, 7:03
a. in. on Sundays. Last car, 10.03 p. in-
BEKETANIA.STREET OARS will run
from Punahou and terminate their journeys
at tho Ocoanio wharf. The timoH will bo
nnaltorcd. Faro, 6 cents. 321-3t.
MADE. HIGLHT, .
BOUGHT! H-IOHT and
3N"ok lO JPort St.
rjandsoinoonoii, in Cotton nndjUillc
. Sill Ccu'.b to 75 Cents.
ooda In I'lcnulnc Variety.
Large Fine Line
Cornor Punchbowl am Bcrctania Sts.
J. W. Prico, IluHiuess Manager.
A. Gonzales, Equestrian Director.
"". Burns, Treasurer.
at 3 p. m.
Entire Change of Program
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