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EVENING BULLETIN, MARCH 14, 189G.
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51? Eveijir Bulletin
DANIEL LOGAN. Editor.
SATUEDAY, MARCH 14, 189G.
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Ncnlrli Camiucl In Honor orUcpurtliiB
Thoro wns a good iittomlnnco nt
tho Scottish Thiatlo Club yostor
dny evening, whon tho special
business wns to take lonvo of
Tlioinhs Lhulsny, a past ' chief,
who leaves by tho Aiistrnlin
next Saturday for Scotland. It
having been learned that Alex.
Wallace, a inombor of tlio club,
was leaving by tho S. H. Aloiiowni
tlirn due, ho was also mado a
guest of the evening. After open
ing "good of the club" was mado
tho solo order of business. Thoro
was an abundant layout of Scotch
oatcake, scones and shortbread,
which, together with Scotch
croain"and tompornuco beverages,
was handed loundby tho stewards
nt seasonable intervals. Tho
national bakes wore tho
handiwork of the secretary's
gudewifo- Mrs. Thomas Black
and wore pronounced per
fect by Caledonian gourmands.
Arch. C. Steele, chief, in appro
priate terms gave a.n opening ad
dress of farewell to tho departing
momhers, and others made suit
able romarks later in tho samo
connection. A dozen of tho Scots
responded to callB for tho "auld
sungs," and Chester Doyle,
tho only permanent guest of
tho club, lot his lino voice bo
heard moro than onco, venturing,
and with great success, upon a
standnid ballad of tho laud o'
cakes. lie was rewarded with n
bannock. Mesrrn. Lindsay and
"Wallace roplied in cordial tonus
to tho good wishes of tho mooting,
heartily wishing tho club success
in their absonco. It was ono of
tho most pleasant socials hold in
the history of the club.
The following note explains it
eolf to all interested:
Demi Mil. Lumn'q. In refer
ence to my leaving per S. S.
Monowai, 1 regrot to say, that Dr.
Murray does not think mo strong
onough to travel, but hopes that 1
can leave by tho next steamer, tho
"Wurrimoo. Boliovo mo, I am
most anxious to avail myself of
tho kindness and generosity of
those who Inwo como forward to
holp mo and my children, and
will leavo hero as soon as I am
able to travel. With thanks ulso
to you for your kindness. Yours
Honolulu, March 14, 189G.
It ii ml :onc-U Tills Aftrriioon.
Tho Hawaiian Baud under tho
leadership of Prof. Bergor will
give a concert at Emma Square
ut 4:30 this afternoon. Following
is tho program:
Overture Sllrnna Weber
Finale Marco Vlscontl Petri'llu
1'olU A Child of the Time Karl
Grand Selection Mlgnon Thomas
Waltz Sultana Uuealossl
OMop Huntlnc Faubt
Tlin I'uvlliC Touul Club.
At tho adjourned annual meet
ing of this club last evening tho
following officers were elected:
W. l' Dillingham, prosidont; W.
H. Coney, becrotary and treasurer;
.8. G. Wildor, E. A. Jones and G.
A. Carter, board of trustees; G. P.
Wildor, superintendent. W.
Dickey was elected to mem
bership. m w
In this issuo is printed tho great
offer of Wall, Nichols Co. a
Fischer Piano for a Dollar.
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whilo thoro, away from homo ties
and Christian influences, ho con
tracted vicioiiB habits nndthat
thcro is much in his past lifo to
regrot, and that his career pro
eludes him from saying with
Pharisaical complaconcy: 'I
thank Theo, O God, that I am not
as other men.'
" Admits that Julia Afong somo
time prior to his marriage pre
sented Mario K. Humphreys with
40 shares of Ewa stock, but ho
avers that said gift wnn made
without his request, knowledge or
consent, and that ho did not learn
of it until ono week before his
marriage; that as soon as ho did
learn of it, seeing that it had
arouBed tho envy and jealousy of
tho complainants, ho requested
Marin K. Jltunphreyr. to return
said Ewa stock, and she, in good
faith, did immediately oiTor to re
turn tho samo and that Julia
Afong refused to accept or ponnil
a return thereof. Denies that
Julia Afong has over given any
othor property, or any sum of
money, to said Mario Humphreys;
or that sho has ever given to this
respondent ono cent, or any pro
perty, except ono scarf pin worth
S10 as a Christmas present. Avers
that somo of tho complainants
hnvo circulated falso reports that
Julia Afong had iillcd tho homo
of respondent with raro and cost
ly articles, solely fortho purposo
of building up an artificial public
Houtiment in their behalf; avers
that tho aggregate value of all of
his housohold and kitchen furni
ture does not exceed tho sum of
two hundred dollars. That such
liltlo objots d' art and pieces of
virtu as adorn his homo wore wed
ding gifts to his wife from loving
and thoughtful frionds. That as
'money is tho root of all ovil,' so
it is tho root of complaint in this
caso. That, owing to the ndvauco
in tho price of sugar, tho incomo
of Julia Afong will, during the
year 180G, bo quito large, and that
complainants, knowing such to bo
the fact, dosjro to doprivo said
Julia C. Afong of what is right
fully hers and to appropriate tho
samo to their own uses and pur
poses and to that ond they seek to
prostitute tho process of this Hon
orable Court of conscience and
On noxt Tuesday evening at 8
o'clock, Win. H. Charlock Jr. and
Miss Minnie E. Hose, daughter of
Harry Boso, will bo joined in tho
bonds of wedlock, at tho rosidonco
of tho bride's sibter, Mrs. W. It.
Sims. "Chip" Charlock, brother
of the prospective groom, will act
as best man. mo lamiiy ami a
few immediate friends only will
bo present. A luucheou and re
ception will follow tho ceremony.
Tho contracting parties' many
frioudB in Honolulu will wish
them all tho happiness that gen
erally falls to tho lot of nowly
Saturday, March 14th.
AST Dinner at G. Dancing at
i Fine Qfojegliito in attendance.
E" Tho Kawaiahau Glee Club
will bo in attendance.
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A Virulent Inlnnii n Antldotp Mr
Benjamin Goosch in his "Medi
cal and Surgical Observations,"
published in 1771, gives a sum
mary of different ancient therap
eutic methods based on tho uso of
animal . poisons. Ono of his ob
servations rolates to a caso of
sovcro pain, spasms, etc., of long
duration. Gooeh sayp, aftor Bpoak
ing of tho patient's sufferings:
"Not to appear inhuman toso
wretched a boing, after telling
him I could do nothing I sont
him a boltlo of rattlosnako wine,
to take a glass of frequently. This
was in tho West Indies drank as
tho highest cordial. Three nights
after tho patient walked in. 'Sir,'
said ho, 'you cannot be so much
amazed as I am, nor half do much
pleased; I am como to thank you
and, if not criminal, to worship
you.'" iGooch's account of how
ho learned tho virtues of rattlo
snako wino is as follows: ''A very
wealthy old gontleman in tho
West Indies had long been afllict
ed with leprosy to r. high degree
which was doomed incurablo by
his physicians. Apparently in a
dying state ho mado his will, leav
ing a largo legucy to a fomalo ser
vant who had lived with him nnny
years. This circumstance being
known to tho sorvant, sho andher
paramour studied and contrived
how to make away with him in
such a manner as to raise suspi
cion. Thoy put tho hoads of rat
tlesuakes into tho wino ho drank,
thinking it would provoan infalli
ble poison;on tho contrary ,ho grow
bettor, and tho criminals, imagin
ing tho poit.ou was not etrong
enough, added moro rnako venom,
whoroby tho gentleman was re
stored to porfect health. Cons
cionco finally put this sorvant
upon her knees beforo her mastor,
confessing hor crime. Forgive
ness was granted, and the old gon
tleman gavo her n sum of itiouoy,
ordoring her to depart and never
see him moro."
pacts boui! a Watcli
(From N-. Y. Commercial Adv.)
"A watch balanco gives fivo
vibrations ovory socoud, 1100 ovory
minute, 18,000 ovory hour, 432,000
ovory day? 157,080,000 ovory year.
At each vibration it rotates about
time3, which makes 197,100,000
revolutions every year. In order
that wo may hotter understand tho
stupendous amount of labor per
formed by these tiny works, let
us make a pertinent comparison.
Take for illustration a locomotivo
with six foot driving wheels. Lot
its wheels bo run until thoy have
given tho same number of rovolu"
tion tuat a watcu does in ono
year, and thoy will have covered a
distance equal to twontytoight
comploto circuits of tho earth."
What stupendous working
powers your tiny little ma
chine hus; aud how little at
tention you give it until it has
refused to go further.. "Tired
out." Tho accumulation of old
oil, particles of dirt, so minute
you can't seo it, have so added
to its burdens, that it refuses
to go further. Now is the
time to send it to a watch
maker, not until now, for it
will no longer go as it should.
How much better to give it all
tho attention it needs whilo it
yet can go. Is it no better
thnn a common lawn mower I
You give it less attention.
Would 3rou think of running a
mower for a 3renr or two stea
dily every day without a little
oil, something to help it over
tho rough places. Yet you
nro lotting your vnluablo little
time piece wear itself out, Bim
ply for want of a littlo atten
tion. It is our business to
j take care of your watch. Only
i export workmen are oniploycd
I for that purpose, and what wo
do. is woll-dono. All compli-
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uan'u wwit Hours ilb way iu hit
workshop, lot us have somo of
your on By work also. Don't
got into tlio habit of bringing
it to us after it has been
through tho lioudu of numer
ous oihoi'H; it will bo ahoapur
for you to huvu it dono wol) in
tin) iii'rit pliico,
March 14, 1S96.
A church congregation down
in Sanders, Ky., was dismissed
most summarily under un
pleasant circumstances two
Sundays since. Right in the
middle of the preacher's dis
course there bolted into the
church through tlr. half-opn
door what appeared to be a
black and white cat, closely
followed by a yellow dog. Cat
and dog ran swiftly down the
middle aisle to the platform.
The preacher taken unawares,
did the natural thing, kicked
at the cat, hit it, and landed it
squarely in the middle of the
congregation. Then it turned
out that the cat was a skunk.
The rest of the story is left to
the imagination of the reader.
This week we want to call
your attention especially to the
Alaska Refrigerator and
give you a few items concern
ing its construction.
To give strength and dura
bility, an inside body, or frame
is made of well dried, matched
wood, to which hardwood
cleats are solidly nailed. Upon
these cleats the outer body, or
frame, is built.
The inner frame is made
from perfectly odorless wood,
and is lined with zinc. Po
lished as bright as a mirror,
presenting a very clean and at
All exposed wood, as under
the lids and about the doors,
is odorless tulip poplar,
thoroughly shellaced. This
makes the Refrigerator clean
Between the outer and inner
walls there is an inch and a
half space filled with Pure
Charcoal. There is nothing
so good in every way for fil
ling the space between the
two walls ot a Refrigerator as
Pure Charcoal. It has a purify
ing quality possessed by no
other filling, besides showing
just as high a test as an in
sulator as mineral wool, and a
much better showing than a
dead air space or than papenn
sulation. The locks are entirely new
in principle, and are, without
exception, the best ever used
on a Refrigerator. They will
keep the door closed perfectly
tight, even if they were left
one-eighth inch loose.
The hinges are very strong,
beautiful in design, and made
expressly for THE ALASKA
All the trimmings are solid
brass, dipped finish, this being
the latest style in fine brass
From the results of tests
made during the past three
years, we are convinced that
the Alaska is the best Re
frigerator in the market, in
construction, in power to pre
serve perishables, in economy
of ice, and, in fact, in all the
points necessary to make them
first-class in every respect.
Hawaiian Hardware Co.
Upiuila h)iwiknl' Dunk,
WO, 807 1TORT STOTST,
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Auction Sales by W. S. Iaicc.
Cane ,'. Lands
For Sale At Auction.
On MONDAY, March 30th,
AT 112 O'CLOCK NOON,
I shall sell, at my Auction Ilooms,
Three Parcels of Irrigated Cane Lands,
Situated In tho Districts oCKnooliul, Muolcn,
Kuali, Island of Monl This Property Is nt
present lcaaul to thu ltcelpioelty Sugar Com
pany for n tctm of ten years, from tho ilUli of
Mnrvli, lH'.U, nt nn annual tental.offI14.50
clear of taxes. There are 1WJ acres In tho
lands and through tucm runs the water sup
ply for the llcclproclty Sugar Company. A
iiinKiilllcent lnestmeut and rare cunncofor
speculators. Title perfect, fee simple and
free ot nil encumbrances.
Terms Cash in U S. Gold Coin. Deeds at
expenau of purchaser.
Tor fuit her particulars, apply to
W. S. LUCE,
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Reduced from $3 to $2 per Doz
B. F. Ehiers & Co.
WANTED TO BORROW
OTi MOB1S !
For a term of Ten Yemn or moro on Ileal
Instate, nt it low rate, of intercut,
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ImcJor Sales by Jus. F. Morgan.
AUCTION SALE OF
On TUESDAY, March 24th,
. AT 12 U'CIJOK NOJN.
At my S.ilcu-oom, Q110011 Btreot. Honolulu,
I will will nt 1'nblio Auction, by ouler of h
W. McCJlioxncy, litq., President of Tho
Woodlftwii Company, nhiires in uuova Com
pany as follows:
D- McCorriston, fi Shares.
(loo Tieinulo, 5 shares.
JAS. F. MuiiGAN,
2j1 0t nctlonoer.
On SATURDAY, March 28,
AT io nr.T.nmr vnnv
At my Hnlchtootn, Queen streot, 1 will sl
ut i'liUlio Auction, tlio following
Valuable Residence Lois at Makifel
. 1. Corner of KecaumoUu and Doinlnlg
sts. Froiitazt' ofiiO'lfton Keeauinokiistmrt
and 1:;U ft ou Domluls st. Contains 6.(iOU
a. Adjoining No I n Domluls street Fron
tao of till) feet on Domluls street, and UuO
ft deep. Contains S0,(XIU sq ft.
!l. Adjolnlns No 2 on Domluls street.
Frontutre of I'H) ft on Domluls 6t, 2W ft deep.
Contains 120,000 m It.
4. Comer of Domluls and Kowalo sts.
Frontacoof you It on Kuwalo st, and 130 ft
on Domluls st. Contains 20,000 sq ft,
5. Corner of Koualo nnd lleiilu sts.Front
s;e of 200 ft on Kowalo st, aud VM ft ou He
ulust. Contains SU.OOJsq ft.
ft. AdjolniiiK No 5 on Heula st.ISO It facing
on the street. V00 ft deep.
Tho ahovo Lots nroiltuated In the Imme
diate vicinity of thu residences of E V l'eter
son, EfC, and J U Huthwell, 1i;
'Ihe aboo Lots will all fneu tlio lino of tho
proposed Weetrle Hallway
This sale otrers one of tho few opportunities
to ohtaln a lino lame Keslduuce alte In an ex
eelleut neluhliorhood. Tlio lots comiuaud un
af" I'iiinsof thopioperty can he seen at
C37" l'att of tho purclijso prleo can remain
tor lurtlipr particulars, apjdy to
JAS. E. MOHGAN,
COPFEd ESTATE AND LANDS
I am directed to sell at Puhllc Auction on
Wednesday, May 27, '96,
at 13 o'clock noon of said day at my sales
rooms on Queen street, In Honolulu (unless
sooner disposed of at private sale) tho follow
luj; described property, namely:
A tract of land of about 2,8o0 acres In fco
simple Bltuatu nt Kolo and Olcloinoanu 1 In
South Kona, Island of Hawaii, about eh-ht
miles by a cood road from JIooKena, one of
tho largest vlllujjcs n Kona. There is an ex
cellent landing ou (lie laud Itself from where
tho colfccaud other produce could bo shipped
and a (rood site Tor a mill near tho landlm;.
Fifty acres of land aro In cotlee. Itoujrhly es
timated theru is about seven hundred acres of
splendid coffee laud ljlmjall on ouo block on
both sides of the Government Hoad. Eight
hundred ucrea llnr nboe and to tho Ilastof
tho socu hundred acics alwo mentioned Is
nlso excellent land and ultlioiich tit n hbher
ultitude Is no doubt nlsuncll adapted for
coireo culture. Thu lower land below tlio
colreu belt U sultuulo Tor pineapples mid sisal.
Hiiro Is a rtrjlntr hotife, storu nnd worU
rooms, it (IouIou'a I'ulper, laborers' quarters
mid w uler tanl.s at tho plantation, and tho
laud Is partly wnllul, Theio has never been
any hlli-lit on this land, nlthouj;h eotreowas
planted n un.nl iiiauvjcaisniro. Old residents
of Kona lIKo Hit) latu I). II, Nthlntt, J, Vf,
KualiiioUu and others huvu tottlllid to this
fact. TheiuUttbeii lidhery appuilimaut to
Terms rash or part of the tmrcliniu tirlcu
can rnnalu on mm luauu at Huiit m r eent n..p
itiiutiiii Deeds ami ulutups nt thu uxpctuo nt
A nmp of thu proiwrty irnn he . en nnd fur.
tlmr mrtliiwi uhlMliuM iitmywiltMi looms,
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