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EVENING BULLETIN, MARCH 21. 181(7.
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DANIEL. LOGAN, Editor
WEDNESDAY, MAR. 21, 1897.)
"Wlion miijority rulo is discuss
ed, tlio Hilo Tribuno inny be tui
Bwcred, it ia necessary to know
where to find tlio majority. Per
haps the threo tnilorB of. Tooloy
street, London, who began n peti
tion with, "Wo tho pooplu oEEng
lnnd," voiced tho prayers oE a
majority of tho realm, but history
does not record such a fact. Ir
purposed of government, yeimral
or local, tho only majority to bo
recognized is ono discovered by a
count of ballots, a count of uplifted
hands or, if you like, a count of
protrudiug noses. It should be a
count anyway. Perhaps tho Trib
une always represents a majority
of tho good people of Hilo, and
again perhaps it does not. Tho
Bulletin is with it iu desiring
tho early advent of tho day
when the combined wisdom of
the whole country will doom tho
time lipo for adopting a system
of local self-government, not only
for the towns but the rural com
munities of tho islands. Under
present conditions tho people of
nuy (I;sliicl, however, have the
buiuo control over matleio of
national government jnriwliction
which exists in tho United States,
and which inuuicipal government
would leave unchanged iu this
country. They have an influence
over affairs through their chosen
legiMativo representatives. Some
times it is not much, but it is all
that can be hud, constitutionally,
in any system of representative
government. If tho representa
tives for tho lime being of a dis
trict cannot voico tho wishes of
tho majority that elected them,
thou tho peoplo will simply have
to tako what thoy get from the
central authority and "look for
GOODBY PLOW I
In a lato Montreal paper thorb
is an account of an invention that
ib calculated to revolutionize agri
culture. The result of many years'
study and exporimont, it has been
'tested to tho satisfaction of com
petent judges. This invention will
wake tho plow a relic of tho past,
It does in a single operation the
work tlm ha heretofore required
several operations of various iiu
plomonts. What is important,
also, is that the new cultivator,
or whatever tho machine is to bo
called, does tho work hotter than
has boon dono by all tho pro
cosses it is to supersede. Instead
of packiug tho subsoil and turn
ing a compressed Bod that has to
be broken up by cross plowing
and harrowing, it thoroughly
pulverizes the soil to the required
depth as it is driven along once
for all by electric or other power.
At tho same timo it sows, tho seed
uniformly nnd. effectually covors
it up. In tho harvest time reap
ing apparatus can bo substituted
for the soil disintegrating me
chanism upon the same carriage.
Ono machine will bo suflicient for
working tho far ma of average size
in a considerable distriot, around
which it m ill tako its course liko
the thrashing machines for a long
timo in vogue. Farmers employ
ing tho cultivating machine will
bavs amplo timo on their hands
for tho subsidiary industries of
agriculture, such as hog and poul
try raising, dairying, bee keeping,
etc. Thoy will not bo premature
ly bent and warped in body, and
have their inward parts corrugat
ed, by holding tho stilts to an
ovon furrow. All tho fuu thoy
will havo stopped will be that
oE plowing matches at county
fairs. Strango it is that this ago
of teeming invention has not long
ago produced Buch an implement
as tho ono hero mentioned. Ex
cepting in artistic features and
material of construction, the plow
of the nineteenth century is but
slightly improved over tho rudo
implement drawn by Egyptian
cattlo in tho time- of tho Pharaohs.
This now invention, if accounts
aro not wrong, will not bo long in
coming into universal use, and tho
Hawaiian Islands with their
customary wolcomo to now inven
tions of proved merit will not bo
tho last country to tako advantage
of such a groat aid to, agriculture.
Japan is putting horself right
on tho currency quostiou. A bill
to croato a gold standard waB
ponding iu parliament at latest
accounts. An insight iuto tho
peculiarities of tho Japanese con
stitution is obtained in this item
from a Yokohama paper: "It is
stated in woll-iuformed quarters
that a majority of, the House of
Peers will opposo tho Bill, and
that tho Government havo deter
mined in that caso to dissolve tho
Diot and put the moasuro in forco
by means of an lmperiol Ordin
ance." Tho .lapaueso Executive
evidently has absoluto powor in
cortain cases similar to that givon
tho Executive iu tho constitution
of tho Republic of Hawaii. An
example of this is tho powor of tho
HawaiianExccutivo to go on spend
ing mouey after the Legislature has
signified its vants oE confidence
iu the adminiitrotion by refusing
to make appropriations.
Laud settlement is boiug push
ed vigorously on tho island of
Hawaii. Tho timo has about
come whon the land iu those isl
ands should bo protected from
alienation to any persons not
oligiblo for citizenship of the Re
public. Suoh an enactment would
effectually protect tho civilization
of tho country from swamping
from any -quarter. Tho laud
question is really tho koy to
tho situation in that respect.
With the soil secured to civiliza
tion cheap alion labor for its easy
development might bo regarded
with comparative equanimity.
Au editorial note in tho Japan
Daily Advertiser says: "It is
stated that the Nippon 1'usen
Kaisha have decided not to allow
their steamors on tho American
lino to call at Honolulu, as thoy
have now to undergo 11 days
quarantine if thoy do so." No.
Eighteen days from loaving Yoko
hama, but tho vi".0els are not do
taiued hero. Thoy simply do
their bubinubS under iiuiuuntiuu
regulations and "git."
Promoters of tho "Hawaiian
National League" ought to know
that they cannot Biipport tho con
stitution of tho Republic and op
There aro two reasons why
people are now paying car fare
all tho way from Waikiki to tho
Palama Grocery and back. Reason
1. It is the only place on tho
Islands whore tho celebrated Sal
vatiou Army toa is sold. Reason
2. Aftor paying car faro both
ways patrons lind they aro mouoy
in pocket by dealiug at this "live
and let live" establishment. Wo
also deliver goods between Dia
moud Head nnd Moanalua free.
Opposito Railway depot, King
street. Tel. 755.
luinsmnxT diaz hkcokated.
lli:UMX The JtelcliMinzeiger offi
cially announces that President Diaz,
of Mexico, has been decorated by Em
peror William with the grand cfnss of
"Kalnlor." President Diaz Issued in
edict to the effect that no liecr except
the sparkling' "Itnlnler" be served In
public places, or on statu occasions.
Ou tap or In bottles at the Criterion.
If you want absoluto perfection
in Refrigerators, go to the Pacific
Hardware Co., for tho "Hygienic,"
It obviates nil defects found in
old styles, and embodies improve
ments nnd virtues possessed by
A Clrrrr i:i"ltir niullii'inallclnii.
Among Prof. Bristol's collection
of marvelous trained horses Sul
tan is a wonder. Ho is an equine
mathematician, who works exam
ples in multiplication, ncluition,
subtraction aud division with as
tonishing accuracy and caso. His
reasoning ability surpasses that of
many human beings, and so far as
known ho novor suffers from stago
Douver, tho comic mule, sum
mons Sultan to his mathematical
oxorciscs, and when tho lattor ap
poars on tho stage, ho bows grace
fully to tho audience. Aftor
briuging writing paper and mate
rials to tho Professor ho gives tho
month of tho year and day of tho
month by pawing upon tho stage
with his forefoot. Then tho Pro
fessor, taking out his watch,
asks Sultan to tell first the hour
nnd minute of the day. Tho horse
looks at tho watch very steadily
for soveral moments and then
carelessly paws out tho timo. His
master in a quiot way asks ques
tions in addition, subtraction, mill
tiplication and division in quick
succession, and Multau novor fails
to give tho correct auswer.
Tho other evening the Profes
sor asked tho nudienco to givo
him a few questions in arithmetic.
"Tou aud six," shouted a boy iu
tho gallery. Sultan remained
"You heard the question, didn't
you?" asked tho Professor in a
quiet tone. Sultan nodded as
seut. "Thou give tho auswer."
And the horso pawed sixteon
times on tlio gioi.nd.
Just as the horno was bowing
off a "gallery god" shouted, "llow
much do C and C make?"
"Fractions aro not allowed,"
expostulated the Professor, lint
even whilo Lo was speaking Sul
tan pawod eleven times and made
a feint with his foot for tho extra
half. Tho trick brought down
How to Make I'oprorn Dll.
Tlio corn to bu prcfoired, if you can
pet it, if) tlio squirrel tooth corn, and,
if possible, that which ,ia u year olil.
Shell and pop tho corn in u popper, or
in n tin pannvith a plo pinto for cover.
By slinking tho pan us pooh ns tho corn
gets hot, the corn will pop os well iu
this fashion us iu u regular popper.
Aftor the corn in popped, sot un iron
ekillot on tho Are, with u cupful of
molasses, n picoo of butter tho slzo of a
walnut and a saltspoonful of salt iu it,
aud cook the mixturo until, on dropping
a little into a oup of cold water, it will
candy. Then set it on tho back of tho
stovo where it will uotcook any inoro
and stir into it just as much of the pop
pod corn as possible. The more corn
tho better tho candy. Then tako up
tho pieces of corn on tho top of tho skit
lot, which havo tho lent candy on them,
mill put thorn iuto cukes, or roll them
into'balls. Next stir in inoro popcorn
and rppont tho process, and so on until
you havo used up all tho candy. Set tho
cukes in a buttered dibh to cool.
IIoit to L'lrau Jenclry.
Jewels should not bu wiped after be
ing washed, except with a soft brush.
Kiiiso them from tho alcohol, or soap
nnd water, and put them fuco downward
iu boxwood dust to dry.
Hon- to Whiten tli KlUlu'-u Table.
Spread owf it a thin pasto mudo of
chloride of lime and hot water. Lonvo
ou tlio tabic all night and iu tho morn
ing wash oir.
llow to 3Iake Coffee Icing.
Six ounces icing sugar, 2 tablfwpoon
fuls of coffee. Mix tho ingredients,
warm them iu a saucepan and pour over
Anchored is what tho man said
when liq dropped into tho Anchor
Saloon. Why? said his friend.
Because you can always get a
cool refreshing drink served by
gentlomniily attendants, and if
you happen to drop in during
luuoh hour you will bo regaled
with solids' as woll as liquids. Iu
fact tho lunch at the Auchor is
said by many to bo the best in
town. The celebrated Seattlo
boer is ou tap. It is sparkling
nnd ico cold. Tho finest of wines
aud liquors in town nro to bo had
at this popular resort.
By tho steamer Miowora, tho
Criterion Saloon received a large
consignment of tho celebrated bock
beer, brewed by tho Seatilo Drew
ing nnd Malting Co. This is the
first bock to mako its appearance,
aud is a sure indication of hotter
Storling, tho painter, is pre
pared to quote prices on roof
painting. Houses a composition of
coal tar and cemont. Chonpest
and best roof preparation iu Ho
4W'V - -
March 22, 1S97.
We have recently imported
a few little novelties for the
household which we are sure
will find ready appreciation
among Honolulu people.
A Cigar Rest and Ash Tray
is something new. It can be
fastened, to any tableland is
just the" thing to use during a
sociable game of cards. It is
as easy to adjust as a letter
clip, contains a receptacle for
the lighted cigar and another
for the ashes. It takes up little
or no space, doesn't tip your
hand to the other fellow or
make any side remarks about
your bad playing, but by its
convenience leads to that feel
ing of satisfaction and content
ment without which no man
can properly play the great
American game of whist.
People have often wondered
whv barkeeoers always mix
(cocktails to order instead of
making up a lot and keeping
them on hand. The reason is
that they never taste as well
after standing. The same rea
soning applies to lemonade, the
delicate aroma of the lemon
and the other stuff you flavor
the lemon with disappears on
standing. We have Lemonade
Shakers in sizes to suit from
one to six persons, so that you
can make just the requisite
amount. They are in silver or
nickel as preferred.
Gem Ice Shavers will be
found both economical and
labor saving in mixing cold
Have you a dog? If so you
had better get him a collar and
a license tag. We have the
collars in all sizes, shapes and
styles and the tax man will do
Hawaiian Hardware Co.
Yielding to a universal de
mand, I havo again inaugurated
a series of my
Most of you nro acquainted
with the mode of procedure, but
to those who are not, wo would
explain, that it is a plan dovised,
whereby you get a Fino Solid
Gold Watch,of recognized vnluo,
by paying a weokly sum of
It is of espooial value to those
who could not afford tho ontiro
amount in one payment, and
appeals to thoso who do not
cure for the Dollar it costs them
It took less than ono week fo
fill one club comploto, and ono
halt of a second club. This alono
is Riilliuient gunranteo of its
popularity, aud of tho confidence
placed upon the reliability of
those iu charge. Club number
one draws today.
Club number two will bo full
before tho uoxt week is out.
Each day adds from ono to two
dozen names to tho list.
Will you bo ono to join this
Tho plated spoons nnd forks
tnndo by the Holmes & Ed
wards Silver Company cannot
bo distinguished from solid sil
ver, except in -weighty The
patterns ore identical with the
solid goods, and tho bowls and
handles aro reinforced with
sterling silver, so that thoso
parts of the spoons which come
in contact with the tablo aro
woll protected and will last as
long as solid ware. Every piece
sold by us is guaranteed by
tho manufacturers, by this cer
tificate: "Wo guarantee these goods in or
dinary family service to wear Twenty-
five Years, ami in hotels irom len to
Fifteen Years. Wc also agree to ac
cept as half payment, such goods as
show wear during next five years
after the term of guarantee, if other
wise m good order.
In buying these inlaid goods
you practically have the uso of
them tor thirty years at halt
what you originally pay for
them. No other manufacturers
give such a guarantee; no other
manufacturer can afford to.
Wo believe wo havo tho lar
gest stock of cutlery in Hono
lulu, nnd it is from tho best
English and American manu
facturers tluy mako good
knives in tho united States-
and our prices aro low. The
best makers are using grained
celluloid ' as a substitute for
ivory handles and the efl'ect is
very pretty. Bone handles turn
yellow, tho celluloid imita
tions do not. The prico is in
favor of bone handles, if cheap
ness is the object.
Medium knives, bone han
dles, $4.75 a dozen, with cellu
loid $6. Dessert, ivory handles
5.75; bone, $4.25. Roger's
English knives, bono handle,
$3.50. Dessert $3. Plated
knives $2.50 and $2.75. Large
assortment of carvers from $1
to $27 per set.
Von Holt Block.
THUKSDAY, APRIL 1st,
the folloniug days, I will display a
new lot of
And Noreltieg. Also
A UNIQUE "DISPLAY OF CpLORS"
Will bo the feature of
MY -:- OPENING -:- DAY!
An inspection solicited.
MRS. M. HANNA.
3 til Fort street, Honolulu, II. I.
Notice of Tenders for
8elpil TendcH will be received nt
the otllee of the undersigned up to 12
o'clock noon, Tuesday. Mtirch SDtli, for
Mipplylnir the Queon's Hosnitul with
Fresh Vhltu Kil Hniwn Hrend, for
ono year from April 1st, 1807, to Muruh
31at, 169S, Iu buoli ilnliv (jiittutUlto as
may be ordered from time to time by
tiiu Bupuiintondeut. The Board of
Trustees does, not bind Itself to ac
cept tlio lowest or nuy bid,
GEO. W. rJMITII,
Secretary Queen's Hospital,
All accounts of THREE months or
longer standing, will be placed in the
hands of our attorney lor collection
unless Immediate settlement Is made.
552 15t J. J. EGAN.
The Evening Iiulletint 75 cents
tilniiMByOiyHl i fflfffffr iflfcr "wfatiwii rirfj n folTTiiyf Urn
.:j.A7 '...'. .f'lU.' v. .4, V i3 J jf fauJ . -xiV-
HALF and HALF
(J A J)
Mixed with the faiuo. s
IN EQUAL PORTION
Will make a
For tho weary ami thirsty that will briug
.Toy lo their Sonl.
N'uuiuiu and King Streots.
Mortgagee's Notice of Intontlon to
Foreclose and of Sale.
Notice Is hereby given Unit by vir
tue of a power of sale contained In a
certain tnnrtgae dated the 3rd day of
August, 1895, made by Auioue Fer
nandez and Moklhana Fernandez, his
wife, of Honolulu, Oahu, to, Alfred
W. Carter, trustee, of said Honolulu,
aud recorded In the Register Office,
Oahu, In Liber 157, page 53, 64 and
55, and by the said Alfred W. Carter,
trustee, duly assigned to J. Alfred
Mugopu, tiiu said J. Alfred Magoou
intends to foreclose said mortgage for
a breach ot tlio conditions In mild
mortgage contained, to wit. : the non
payment of the principal and interest
when due. Notice Is also heteby given
that all and siUKUIar the luuds, tene
ments uud licreillUineiilH in ciihl mort
gage contained and described will be
sold at public auction tit tho auction
room of V. 8 Luco, ou Queen street,'
In said Honolulu, on Thursday,- the.
25th dny of Miucli, 1697, at 12 o'clock
noon of mid day. The property covered
by said mortgage Is thus described:
All of tho foilowjng described piece
nnd tract of laud sltuuto at Aimukal,
WulUlkl, Islnni) of Ouhu, being same
preml-es described Iu itoyal IVtout
No. 2&33, I,. C. A. No. G079, contain
ing three (3) apanss of hu area of three
hundred aud ufnety-oue (391) square
fathoms, and being Hie mma premises
conveyed to the mortgagor by Opunui
et. al., by deed r. corded in the Regis
ter Offlve, Oahu, iu liber 79, pago H4.
J. ALFRED 5IAGOON,
An-Inee of Mortgage.
Deed at expanse of puichaser. Terms
cash U. 8. Gold coin,
, .Dated Feb. 28, 1897. 5-10-U1
John Commauclio having leased
from D. MuKenzIo thn premises,
known as the NEW MARREW RE8
TAUKAN1'. next MIIIh' ' Grocery
Store, ou Merchant Street, will take
uharge and open out with a full sup
ply of eatables,
tJST Ordinary board, 21 tickets for
T" Game and Poultry at transient
rates. Call and see mo.
Hawaiian Soda .Works
are prepared to furnish Private Fami
lies with a really Good, Pure Soda "
in tho Now Bottles.
Belfast G-inger Ale.
Eft. Telephone 032, at Sunny South.
The Honolulu Sanitarium
1032 King Street.
A Quiet, Homelike Place, whore Trained
Nurses, Massage, "Swedish Mbvonieut,"
Uaths, Electricity and Physical Training
may be obtuiuea.
P. B. KELLOQG, M. D.,
MARY PUBLIC k TYPEWRITER
Office; 203 Merchant street, Campbell
Block rear ol J. O. Carter' offll, P. O,
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