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All persons holding water privileges,
or those pay lug water rates, are hereby
notified that the water rates for the term
ending December 31 18S7, will bo duo
and payable nt the office of tho Honolulu
Water Works on tho 1st July, 1S7.
All such rate remaining unpaid for
fifteen days after they nro duo will bo
subject to u a Hdditlounl ton per cent.
Parties paying vales will please pic
sent tlicir Inst receipts.
Sup't. Honolulu Water Worki.
Approved : L. AHOLO,
Minister of Interior.
Honolulu, June 20th 1897. CO lot.
BISHOP & Co., BANKERS
Draw Exchange on tho
Baulc ot Calllbruin, H. XT'.
And their agents in
NEW YORK, BOSTON, HONG KONG.
Messrs. N. ST. llothschild & Son, Loudon
Tho Commercial Hank Co., of Sydney,
The Commercial Dunk Co., of Sydney,
The flank of New Zcalaud: Auckland,
Chrlstchurch, and Wellington,
Tho Bank of British Columbia, Vic
toria, 11. C, and Portland, Or.
Transact a General Banking Business.
MESSRS J. E. BROWN & CO.
Arc authorised to collect tor tho
Honolulu Juno 6th. 1887. 57
Eft gnHu gaillrtin.
Fledged to neither Beet tor Party.
Sat established tor the benefit of all,
WEDNESDAY, JUNE 22. 1887.
Eurroit Hui.i.ivrrx : In the vision
of an old Hebrew prophet, as
Zccliitriali tells tho story, the
Lord showed hinv.four carpenters.
The piophet wturfjll great distress.
A littlo while befoio he had seen four
horns. He was told that lhec were
symbols of the attacks that were
being made upon his people from all
points of the compass. These four
horns were pushing this way nnd
that, upsetting everything before
fhem. While these horns were busy
about their work of subverting or
overtiming the Jewish national insti
tutions, then it was that tho prophet
was shown the Lord'; carpenters.
When Zeeharinh asked, What come
theso to do? he found out that their
work was to smash the horns, and
stop their t-cheines of dotruction.
That is tho lesson of all history.
Tho prophet did not see these car
penters first. Ho saw tiio horns. Ho
was troubled about tho ruin they
were busy accomplishing. Then it
was he saw the carpenters. There I
were four of them, not three, nor
two; for every one of tho four horns,
(hero came on a carpenter. Tbcio
were not four lawyers, to .verve out
writs of injunction; nor four picaoh
ers, to tell people what they ought to
do : nor four architects, to draw nice
plans. But there were four carpen
ters, to do just the woik that needed
to bo done.
"There's a divinity that shapes our
cndB, rough-hew them as we will."
Hero in this littlo Hawaiian King
dom we Ji.ivo had four troublcsomo
horns pushing their way to the front
for some time. Vice and folly, debt
and disgrace, have obtruded their
ugly prongs into our very faces, Hut
the time has come when we may ex
pect tho Lord will show us four car
penters, to do their appointed and
iitting work. It may bo tho rough
tvork of "saw and hammer carpen
ters," not tho nice finish of "tho
cabinet-maker nnd joiner." Wo want
tho ugly horns out of our way. Wo
want a decent, hanorablc, careful,
equitable government again.
A MARKED DIFFERENCE,
Editou Bum.ktin: Towards the
end of last year Kalakaua, King of
the Hawaiian Islands, held a jubilee
to celebrate his fiftieth birthday;
one of the chief features of tho cele
bration being tho hulas danced by
membors of the royal seraglio in
front of tho palace. For three or
four nights in succession, tho cars
of those dwelling in the vicinity of
tho palace were deafened by tho
shouting and yelling of the hula
dancers and tho plaudits of tho king
and court who sat on the verandahs
gloating over tho filthy and inde
cent gestures of tho female dancers,
Had the singing and (lancing stop
ped at n reasonable hour, no out
sider could have had any right to
complain about His Majesty's
"going on," but uu the hulas, or
rather hulabaloo, wciilon jntlioopen
air during the livelong night, allow
ing short intervals for gin all round,
nnd ceasing only about G o'clock
each morning, it was no wonder
that curses, not loud but deep, were
uttered by tho residents living in
the neighborhood of the palace,
whoso sleep was disturbed by the
heathenish row. 1 would ask' our
friend Don Whlskornndos and his
doughty police myrmidons why
they didn't step inside tho palace
gates on that occasion nnd put a
stop to tho racket? They knew too
well Hint to have attempted any
thing of the kind would have cost
tliom their billets.
Now, what is Banco lor the goose
is ditto for tho gander, mid if the
king and his followers are to be al
lowed extra licence (I do not refer
to opium liccuco) on jnbileo and
like occasions, such as sprees at the
boat house, surely British nnd other
foreign residents arc equally entitled
to n similar latitude on an event
such as Queen Victoria's Jubilee.
The treaty between Great Britain
and Hawaii asserts that subjects of
these countries shall enjoy the same
rights and privileges in the eye of
tho law. Judging, however, by re
cent events, it looks very much as
if there was one law for king's hnla
dancers, and another for foreigners,
allowing the former to hold a regu
lar pandemonium all night, and
compelling the huolu to "shut up"
after 10 or 11 o'clock.
THE MARSHAL'S PARTIALITY.
Eiiitoh Bui.i.iniN: It is stated
that Marshal Kaulukon threatened
to prosccuto all the gentlemen nt tho
British Jubilee dinner for disturbing
quiet of night. His attention should
be called to a little allhir of which he
was a silent spectator lost Thursday
night. A party of Palace habitues
having loaded up rather heavily were
shut out of the Hotel nt half-past
eleven, nnd created an intolerable
nuisiiiee by shouting, singing and
profane swearing. Marshal Kaulukon
drove up Jticluud street in an ex
press, alighted opposite tho drunken
revellers, nnd having taken in the
scene leisuiely dismissed t)0 express
nnd walked toward his home. If he
had done his duty ho would have
placed every man under nncst, but
as thu party consisted of gambling
and drinking fiieuds of his master
no notice was taken of thu scandal.
This is only one out of many similar
eases that might be mentioned and
substantiated. In the general io
foniintlon the Marshal's department
should no bu forgolton,
DID NOT STRIKE THE WHARF.
EnjTOit Bui.i.kti.v: Allow ino to
correct a mistake in your issue of
last evening, when you pay that the
steamer Ewa struck tho wharf at
Wuikiki, then eiowded with people.
Now, she did not strike nor even
touch the wharf. But passing closo
to the end, whero the line was caught
and held in hand by two boys, and
several people jumped aboard. She
fortunately shporcd oil" as she ad
vanced along Its sido, Olherwiso it
would have been bad for tho "Adver
tiser's" "Struggling Mass of Human
ity" in le.us than 4 feet of water.
Tbo fault was not in the lightness
of the whatf, but in its dangeious
construction. This 'i)s feared by
several who returned again lo the
bank, indeed it looked heavy and
substantial, which, no doubt, deceiv
ed the people, J observed its defect
in tho morning and anticipating a
crowd and rush on returning, sug
gested to interested parties, to have
a line stretched across tho head of
the wharf, but on returning we
found it already crowded. Hence
our cautjon in avoiding tho wharf.
,1, A. l)owi:n.
Late Foreip lews.
The Caibarlon arrived from San
Francisco yesterday afternoon,
bringing papers to the filh instant,
two days later than thi latest dates
previously received. The following
news is gleaned from flies to hand :
El Paso, June 3. Kit Johnson, a
notorious criminal who murdered
the City Sliirshal of Albuquerque,
New Mexico, nnd ono of his depu
ties some time since, and for whose
apprehension a reward of 81,000
was offered, was arrested to-day by
Cfty Marshal Tom White. He was
walking quietly along the 6treet near
the Po3t Olllce, when he wi.s pointed
out to the Marshal, who stepped out
in front of him with revolver and
covering him ordered him to throw
up his hands. He mado no resist
ance and is now safe in the county
jail, Johnson has succeeded for
nine months in eluding tho best
detective talent in the country.
WJiiBted (Conn.), Juno 8. Tho
World's big balloon left here to-day
on its way to St. Louis, where the
ascension is to be mado next Satur
day. New York, June 8. Uishop Pot
ter, of the Episcopal Church of Now
York, has issued an address which
outlines the consummation of a pro
ject which has for soino time been
in contemplation tho building in
this city ( a cathedral which will
eclipse anyv church cdiflco in the
United Stntes so Bishop Potter
Jt will be jjroadly national and
popular in charatcr :ill(l services,
and a most noblo anVKstriking orna
ment, architecturally, ' to the city.
The address was issued rather un
expectedly Wednesday, and so
secret has the wjiojn plan been kept
that it will como as a sttrprisla to
most of the churchmen, even in tills
The now building will bo called
the Cathedral of St. John tho Di
vine. Few del nils, except that it
must be built in some conspicuous
nnd fitting part of the city, havo
been decided upon. The structuro
will probably cover two ordinary
blocks, and will, of couiso, bo many
years in building. TJo style will
bo Gothic, but no design or plans
havo been drawn.
Washington, June 3. The Pre
sident and Postmnstcr-Gcneral Vilas
both deny the report that the former
contemplated a trip to the Pacific
Const during" the recess. The Pre
sident 6aid ho was glad to hear ho
was going West. It was tho first
intimation he had had of such a
plan, but if tho newspnpeis said so
It must bo true.
Talks with .Southern politicians
show that President Cleveland Is
getting more popular in that sec
Congressman Steward of Texas
says that his whole Stato is for him,
and the general sentiment in the
South, is that Cleveland will bo re
nominated by acclamation nnd re
elected by a rousing majority.
Kansas City, Juno 3. A terrible
rainstorm, accompanied by blinding
lightning nnd heavy thunder, oc
curred hero this evening. Con
siderable damage was done through
out the city, and two men were
killed by lightning.
Passengers on the incoming trains
report having passed through a
windstorm fifteen miles south of
here, that was so violent as to causo
a panic among tho passengers of
ono train which appeared in danger
of being blown from the track.
Washington, Juno 3. It is ru
mored here to-tlay that Professor
Edward Mayes, of the Law Univer
sity of Mississippi, would be ap
pointed to the vacancy on the Sup
remo bench caused by the death of
Justice Woods. The report gains
6omo credence by reason of Pro
fessor Mayes' well established legal
reputation and the additional fact
that he is tho son-in-law of Secre
IJowevcr, the leading Mississip
pians in Washington say that if
this position is to bo awarded to
that Slate, it will bo given to Sena
tor George, who is indorsed unani
mously by the bar of Mississippi.
Hon. William A. Wheeler, ex
Vice President of the United States,
died at Malone, Franklin county,
New York, June lth. He remained
in n comatose state during the night,
and passed peacefully away withqut
a sign of recognition to those about
Assistant Secretary Maynard,
June 'lth, addressed a' letter to the
Collector of Customs at San Fran
cisco, transmitting an extract from
a dispatch from tlo United States
Commercial Agent at Noumea, New
Caledonia, a French penal colony,
in regard to exportation of convicts
from that colony to Wan Francisco.
Judge Maynard intructs the Col
lector to take especial care that the
emigrant laws are properly enforced,
so as to prcvont tho landing of any
persons so shipped to this country,
if found to be convicts. Tho Col
lector is also instructed to convey
that information to the Commis
sioner of Immigration at San Fran
cisco. California lias been visited by
severe earthquake shocks. Not
much damage, however, has been
Halifax, (N. S,), June .!. In the
Admiralty Com I yestorday the case
of the American schooner Ella M.
Doughty, which was seized by the
Dominion authorities some time ago
for violating the fisheries laws, was
heard. Captain Doughty testified that
lie nought a few barrels of bait
which were offered him in St. Anne's
bay, but ho had no intention of
using it within tho three-mile limit.
He did not romain in port volun
tarily, but was unablo to get away
on account of tho ice. He had not
been warned against buying bait.
June 3. A special fioin Oltowa
to tho Tribune says: The Govern
ment rogrots tho complications
which have arisen out of tho misun
derstanding over the fisheries, and
have come to the conclusion to re
commend that a committee be ap
pointed to meet a cummilleo of the
United States Government and de
bate tho whole question, with a
view to arranging a treaty on terms
similar to those contained in the
treaty at Washington
Tho results of O'Biien's visit to
Montreal arc showing thqniselves
more plainly every day in tho bitter
feeling that has been stirred up be
tween tho different sections of tho
population. Tho propriety of the
agitation is being discussed more
acrimoniously than ever. French
Canadians don't take much interest
in tho matter beyond denouncing
the reigoiis bigotry that caused the
attacks op O'Brien, but the Pro
testants and Irish Catholics who
have been drawn toward each other
in self-defence during tho liicl agi
tation are now separated more wide
ly than ever.
London, Juno 8. Tho Whitsun
tide plate, 5,000 sovereigns, fivo
furlongs, for two-year olds, was run
to-day. Thero wore nineteen start
ers. Douglas IJaird's filly Briar
Root won by a neck, Lord Zetland's
colt, by Isometry out of Elangowan,
second, the Duko of Portland's colt
Ayrshire third, only a head behind.
The first summer meeting of San
down Park opened to-day. The
Electric stakes, 3,000 sovereigns,
threc-yenr3 olds, Jive furlongs, was
won by Douglas Bnird's cot Wood
lit wn by three-quarters of a length,
C. SJ. Merry's colt by Doncaslor,
out pf Shannon, second, only a head
in rulvanco of Lord Haitington's
colt Isosceles, third.
Lotidon, Juno 3. At a meeting
at WVlvcrhaniplon this evening Lord
RnndcWph Churchill advised tho
Unionists to make a solid stand and
show Gvadstono that they aro equal
ly as dWormtiied as himself in tho
matter of po Irish question. "Vlion
Parliament reassembles strong meas
ures ought to be adopted to prevent
the Crimes bill being amended until
it became useless.
Returning to tho question of eco
nomy, he condemned the expendi
tures for tho army nnd navy, nnd
said under the present system the
country was traveling nt n racing
speed along n road loading to utter
Irretrievable ruin. In the event of
war. England might, after a mad
dening delay and pouring out
money like water, put 150,000 men
in the field.
Doubtless, England had a vciy
powerful licet on paper, but not n
single fortress of strategic impor
tance throughout thcEmpire properly
armed and provisioned. Many were
entirely unarmed and unprovisioned.
Every department in the military
and naval services was supplied
with defectivo weapons, and despite
wasteful expenditures there was not
at homo trnnspoitation facilities for
The Times commenting on Lord
Randolph Churchill's speech says:
Let Lord Randolph convert his in
dignation into a steady fire of reso
lute purpose, and mature his plan
willi patient nnd sober industry.
Then ho may become a terror to
evil-doers, and some day an oppor
tunity may come for putting his
ripened purposes into execution.
London, June 1. A monster pro
cession in honor of Gladstone was
held nt Swansea, Wales, to-day.
Gladstone, witli prominent Liberals
of Wales, occupied a special stand,
from which he reviewed a parade of
100,000 Welshmen, wearing rosettes
and bearing banners and accompa
nied by numerous bands, As they
marched past the stand cannons
wore 11 red and tho greatest cnlhtt
siam prevailed. Tho procession
was five hours in passing the review
stand. After the men all passed
llicj' massed to hear Gladstone, who
spoke for mi hour. He said that
tho waste of time in tho IIouc of
Commons was duo to the fact that
the Coercion bill was badly framed,
badly conducted, wanting a basis of
facts, extravagant, insidious in its
objects and totally mismanaged as
well as misconceived. Loid Salis
bury's complaint of obstruction was
unmanly and effeminate. Tho
fatigued Conservatives should bp
giyen a longor Whllsipi holiday. Ho
warned that thoy would bo evon
more tired, for it would be impossi
ble to permanently govern Ireland
coorclvely in the light of day nnd in
the atmosphere of freedom. Glad
stone asked the Welshmen to be
lieve the Irish human beings, full of
noble qualities. lie was confident
that the Welshman would sympa
thize w itli the It ishman in the difficult
and arduous contest in which their
triumph was absolutely certain.
TIIKltK WILL UK A MEETING OK
JL llnwa Ian Lodge, No. 2', F.-&. A.
M this eviii'ing. nt 7:!0 o lock, -for
work in Ihfl F.-st Degret'.
Uy ouUrof the Wor.-ddpful MnMcr.
T O. PORTER,
Scerolary, Q7 It
HMtOJI AND AFTER THIS DATB 1
J? will pay r.o deb's conti acted In my
namo withmirniy wijitcn order,
Honolulu, June 2, 1SR7. OS at.
I BEG TO NOTIFY MY FRIENDS
and ih public that I am now thu
sole proprietor o the Waiiliahi Silocn
nt Uaimca, lfnu.it, ami have appointed
IC. Kid'imakaui malinger, witi nuthoiiiy
to putolmse tod on my account and to
sign notes in settlement for sumo.
Waimeu, Kauai, Juno 17, 1857. 03 St
FROM THE FIltM OF
Hoffmrng & Co,, Sydney,
These to'ds comprise every description
Ladies' &. Gent's Saddlery, &o.
'ill be told nt
In quantities to mil.
The salu vill commencn at 10 a in. lo.
moirow ( riiuroday;. hi the Itonm
Over Yates and McKonzio's,
Opposite tho Oceanic Co's Wlnif.
TO LET Oil LEASE,
jJ&SLA A HOUSE, routnlnlng five
jffilrfKr roomi,i I'csidcs dhihiK uu in,
EkifrMatt kitchen nnd pantry, nnd evmy
coimulinico for a family; ono acre of
ground, well Minded with nlgorobn Hens,
situated on Klniii street, between Ala.
pal and Knnlnlani &ts. Apply on the
pieinlscB toThos. llowcistle. (17 lv3
TF YOU FIND ANYTHING,
. advertise It in tho Daily livukfun
A Gnu Clearance Sale.
, uroron e Groceries
On Thursday, Juno 3Q.h.
At JO o'clock o. m.
At ins residence of the Hon W, C
Pake, wu will fell nt Public Aucilon
the e.iliru Hoiijclinld Furnliuie, com
prising: Hurcati and Sofa Pug?,
rpholslcrcd Pallor Lounge,
Upludsii'ied Kasy Chairs,
Largo Cuntri) llwi,
Oval Centre Table,
1 Llalit Chandelier,
lilaiklhilr Cloth Chair?.
Portliri nnd Cornice Pole,
Flea ml Km Sideboard,
11, W. Uuhtead,
Toilet Bet-, HapntcllaTable,
Koa L'xtcn? Ion Tabic,
Assortment of hllvevplatcd Warp,
Ulack Walnut Chairs,
Il.W. Mm bio Top lliuuaus,
O.ik Bedroom Set,
MiiltruRo, Mosquito KctH Ward.
Hanging and llrnckct Lamps,
Kitchen Stove and Utensils!
ileat Sjfo, Itifrlgerutor, 11 ly Cutter,
Lawn Mower, and an assortment of
Kerns, Pidnn, anil ITints, Garden
S and, Flower Pols, Kto ,Hto ,
E, P, ADAMS & CO.,
07 !U Aim lontvrs.
T-TARNESS MAKER km moved to
.i). 78 Ki k Bircet
next to tho
COCKiFOOT, ItYK GHASS KXG.
LIBII RED CLOVEN. COU
rjiJU; A1TI5XTION OFALLIN'IKlt
X ested in improving the pattmv
lands if tho Islands U ndlul to the
above valuable eeeds, whl h we oiler for
mlc in lot:: to pint purclmtt'iv.
Wo havo iij-n on hand sample lots of
Whit'.! Oiover, Kii-lish A'syt'e, Tltno
thy, Hib Giles, C c,ted D.'s Tall, Tall
Fcrctu;, iinli.iu Jlyi Uia?s and Lucerne
teeds, width wu ilV-r In tin ill lots for
lilal, and will also r colvu o;dtis for
(pianiitltM of not less 1)1:111 lml f nion
weight, nii'leuciitu ennui with dispatch.
VM. G. IKW IN & CO.
LOST Oil ItnSSGAItRIED.
ON THE OCKANIC Co., WIIAKF
of May Hist, on arrival of Austr.i.
Hn a lingo black leather vallfo tightly
strapped liaiidlubioUtu and lump cord
mi1j iiuttd. Any poison delivering
same nt Paul Jcutnaiins 1 ill ewlll be
12 it PAULXEUMNN.
THE BIENNIAL MEETING
OF THE MEMMUH OF THE
Qiiiun'j Ho..plinl Cnrpc.r.tlon will
liiko place ill the room) of tho Chamber
ol Coinineico la Campbell's Illock on
KrldjyJuly 81I1 nexlat 11 a. in.
.IOHxN II. P.VTY.
m If Secy. pro. lein
ONE GOOD SOUND
family Mare; ptrlsctly
safe to drive by ladies
01 childicu. Apply to
At No. r,Q Ijueon St.
FOR SALE !
ONE LAHGE 1.0 V. con er Pensncola
and Limalilo Ms., which ran be
divided Into two or moro building lots.
Of West, Dow & Co.
VALUABLE HUILDIXG LOT IN
llonliilu. llavinir :i lroutauo on
King street of 00 feet adjoining tho new
brick stores occupied by CIiIiicm', mid
belonghur, to the estate of the hit Thos.
Meek. Empiiro of J. 1. DOWSETT,
Queen Ficct, Honolulu, Juno 111, 'S7.
EOR SALE Oil LEASE.
KAPIOLANI PARK LOTS, Nos. 3
mid 4, tensed land; lent paid up
lo November 20, lHOI. Theso lots adjoin
Mr. Agnew's plnce, nro fenced. Tlicro
an 11 cott'igo and siablcs on them, and
water is laid 011, Innuiro of
(12 lw" O.BOLTE.
For Sale or Lease.
THOSK PUKMISES 8ITUATKD ON
Punnhou Street called "liananilo.
Ida," tho propci ty of O. II. Judd, are for
snlo or for lonfo for a term of years.
Fit paillciilnrH inquire of
ALEX. .1. OAHTWHIGIIT.
Honolulu, Dec. 13, itfc'O. H08
THE IIOUSK AT PHKSKNT.
,,., i. ..1 1... .1 ,....1
ESSS2& KiiUui 8tKtt.
W. C. PAHKE.
Cottugo to Uont
AND FUHNITUHE FOIt SALE
Low rent; furniture at a lwgnin.
For particulars enquire tf Jno. Magoon,
Agent, Merchant street. 27 tf
JOB PRINTING 0! all kinds oxi,
cutcd at the Daily Bulletin Oflk
aSwS!J JSSSKwagSA1 '
L (SALE OF
At Auction Liberal Crodit to Trade.
I nm Instructed bv a largo Impo ting
Firm to pcII nt Public Auction, nt my
SiilcMonins, ciurmr of Foit ami Quern
street?, ( n
Friday June 24th
At 10 o'clock, n. in.,
n largo and well selected Stock of Ciock-
cry, Glassware and Furniture,
Dlnnor, Breakfast and Toilet Sots !
F'nnry and Common Flower Pots,
Kwi n nnd liiiflin, SouV 1'l.itos,
Howls, Jugs, etc., and
Assorted Crates of Crockery
Cut and Pr-sscd Tumblcra,
Wine Gins c, Cpinllcs,
111 mh.R Ion Cup, fc'nmple llottlce,
and LantcriiS, etc.
Biscuits and Crackers
Salocn, Pilot niiil Me him Urend,
French lliiltcr, Blue Moiled rioap,
F.xi clslor and Wln sor Soup,
(ream of I'nrlnr, Gir onato of Soda,
Ednm Cheese, Pie Fruits, Soup?,
Assorted Siuces, Condensed Milk,
Vinegar Cmille?, n li Blue,
F.paoin Sahs HiinyalUMin-", Cork,
Safe y M mliis, U rnpph K 1'ajicr,
lluckcU Tubs and Ilnsket?.
-Aho a choice lot of
Vienna Furniture I
Sofas, fliiirs, etc, Velvet Carpets,
Sealskin Bug, etc., etc., etc.
t2TTho go'ds will be on lcw tho
day bef ro thesilc.
LEWIS J. LEVEY,
C!l 1w Aurtloneer.
A Two-Story Dwelling House
With 8 rooms, 1 ciitlcs kitt hen, pantry,
bath room mid clo.ct, will servants'
looni.iuid supciior b.irti and itablo nc
riiiuuindiillnim, piliiatcd on Upper Nnu
ami Avenue, In tho most delightful and
healthy poition ot the suhuibi, Or a
WltUO rnnnn, I C3idts ktlchcn. pantrj,
Moru roim, aid servants looms; a fo
barn and t-tablc accommodations.
The above houst! are furnished, nnd
will be, io uly for occupation in a few
weeks. Inquire of
071 f 'W. W. HALL.
LEASE OF LAHGE BUSINESS
premises at Kolndii, Hawaii, Bull
able for store. A good opening for n
With numerous bod rooms, ns theio Is
a want of 11 restaurant nnd rooming
establishment in Kohnla, anil by proptr
management would bo a lucrative bush
FOR A. STORE.
It U In the center of the white nnd
nntivo population with over 3 0:0 feet 0
lloor t.paco and Elands on a large lot
with close fence, laigo waicr supply and
every convenience. Rent $10 a month.
Icwo 15 04is to run, will sell at n
reasonable pi ice. Parilculaisnf,
10 lw D. L, AP11ART.
Q WHALE BOATS; l Decked
0 Wiialo Hon, 30 feet long, 3 feet
uecp; 8 feet wide; 2S! leei Surf lloatt:
1 18 feet Surf Hoatj 2 D.cktd Plunger
1(1 feet long, 0 feet (I inches wide, 2 teet
flinches deep, with mast and sails nil
complete j 1 2! feet Sailing Scow, with
mast and sails all complete. Am lv to
E. H. HYAN.
Boat Builder and General Jobber. 61 if
Waikiki Bath House!
"TR W. CROOKS having tiken
L1JL charge of the Wnitiiki Bath House
begs to iiiioim tho public that ho will
mti tho plato ns a llrst.class bathing
MRS. CROOKS will attend to tho lady
patroiH of thu place, nnd every cli'ort
will bu mado to make it attractive.
Taro Flour Poi !
New Receipt Discovered for
Cooking Taro Flour Poi.
On the Same Prinoiplo as Corn
Meal or Oat Meal is Cooked.
Ono round of Turo Flour cooked this
way will ninko fi pound j of hard poi.
Toko tho doslrod nmouut of Taro
Flour, mix it with cold watir In sufll.
oient quantities to mnko it a thick paste
Place It in n porcelnln pot, (nnd no
othci) on a slow lire, add hot water
slowly or tuough to prevent it burning.
Keep stirring with 11 spoon or slick for
mi hour whllo cooking; then tot it on
nnolher tlowcr tiro for another hour.
When cooked pi ieo t in n bowl or cala
bash and let it remain for 24 hours; then
it icady for use, adding sutllclnnt
told wmcr to make it tho pioper thick,
uess. If found lumpy, Hpicc.o thiough
a plcco of niosqullo nettinif.
All families deshJng cloin poi will
do well to glvo 'J nro Flour, prepared
this way, a now trlil.
Thcsu di siring sour poi must lot It re
main two or tlueo days. 05 2v
THE DAILY BULLETIN -Tho
most popular paper published,
-Of 'I HE-
Hawaiian lie Association
To be held at tholr Rmgc on King St.,
opposite the Government Nursery.
Monday, July 4,1887
At U o'clock, n. 111.
GOVERNOR DOMINIS CUP,
Valued a $100, for the highest aggre
gate stoic in matches No.". 1, 2 Mid 3 to
become tho properly of tho marksninn
whining it three times at regular melt
ings of tho II. R. A.
Won July 0, 18 0, by J. Brcdic. M D.
Won January 1, i8;7, by Win. Unger.
I .--THE BhODlE MEDAL-
Valued nt $-(); also second pil.e of $5;
third prizo H.50. Condition of the
mutch: Open to nil momhjrs of the As
sociation, and mcmbuis of the regular
nnd volunteer military companies of iho
Ulugdmi; to become tho properly if
the mnrkt-mau winning it ihrio Units at
regular meetings ol tho li. 1L Ai
Olstnucc, 200 yards; rounds', 10; any
mllnnry rillc under the rules; liraiiid to
ono entry to each competitor. Entrance
Won January 1, 1680, by Wm. Unger.
Won Jipy 5, 1880, by C. B. Wtl o.,.
Won J miliary 1, 188 J, by C. B. WlUon..
-TI1E ALDEN FRUIT AND TARQ.
Valutd $100; also a tcond prtxo of ft1?;
tird pnzc, i.50. Conditions: Open to
nil comers; to becomu llm pioperty of
the mirksman winning lith'eii unms at
regular mettlrgi of tho it. H. A.; IO
rounds each ui tho 400 and f.CO yard
langcs; any military rillo under the
rules; limited to ono entry for each com.
pctitnr. Entrance fee, Q I.
M on July 5, lbfO, by .1 Bio Up, M. D.
Won January 1, I8V7, by W. C. King.
III. II. It. A. TROPHY.
Valued at $1(!0 Competitors limited to
members of tho Association. Condi,
tion-: For tho ldglie't'aggiegato scoto
at 200 and COO yards; 10 rounds nt each
distance; aiiy mllimry lllle under tho
rules; to become the properly of tho
mnrkman winning it thrcu times at
regular meeting ot tho II. H. A. En.,
trance fee, $1.
Won Jimunry J, 1889, hy F.J. Hiercins.
Won July C, 1880. by ,L Brndio M. D.
Woli January 1, 18b7, by Wm. Unger.
IV. ALL-COMERS' MATCH.
Four cash prizes, namely: 25, 15, 10
and 10 per cent, of tho net receipts.
Conditions: Open to nil marksmen; any
military rlllo under tho rules; 10 rounds;
distance, 2 0 yurds. Entrance fee, 1..
V. ASSOCIATION SECOND CLASS
Open to all mem.bcis.of tho Assrcia
tlon who havo niver mado a rccoid ex
ceeding 73 per cent at any regular meet,
ing of tho II. It. A. First prize, u SiK
ver Medal; Second prize, one dozen
PhotograpliB, presented by J J. .
Hams, Esq. Conditions: Rounds, 10;:
distance, 100 jards; any military rlflo
under tho rule. Enlrunco fee, $1. En
VI.-ASSOCIATION TIIIIIU CLASS;
Open to all membors of' tho Assoola.
tion who havo never made 11 recoid ex
eeeding 05 per ocnt at'uny regular tneci
lug of the H. R A'. First prize, a 811.
ver medal; S.cond prizo, Woven Cart
ridge lioltund.one hundred Cartridges,
presented hy C. II. Nlcoll, Eq. Condi
tious same as in Match No. 5.
VII. -CONSOLATION MATCH.
Four cash prizes, namely, 25, 15, 10
nnd 10 per cent of the net rccolpts.
Conditions: Open to all marksmen who
havo never made a record exceeding 70
per cent nt any meeting of tho II. H. A;
rounds, 5; dlstaiicc,20O yards; any mill-.
Hiry rllles under tho rules. Entrance,
fee, CO cents, Entries unlimited. '
VIII PISTOL MATCH. '
First prize, 0110 Smith & Wesson 8
calibre nickel plated Revolver. Condi,
tiona: Open to all; rounds, 10; distance
100fet. En'ranco fee, 50 cjiits. En.
Entries can bo mado to thu Secretary,
or at iho gun store of Mrs. TI103. Lack,
nt nuy time before, or at tho Rango on
the day of iho match.
Estra guns nud cartridges can be oh
talned at the Range,
J. II. FISIIEK,
J. BRODIE, M. D-,