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31; Euepir Bulletin,
"VMI Wk3fc I liirnti'iirntril tho
DANIEL LOGAN, Editor.
SATURDAY. - JULY 0,1895:
Tlicro ib nn nrtlclu in the San
I'ranoieco bulletin, lietulod ""Work
for Mr. Dolo," which uiys it is in
order to considur aonoiiHly Mr.
Dole's racoriimendiition that tho
Hawaiian Government should
loud evory effort to socuro tho
laying of a cublo between Hono
lulu and tho slioro of Ciiliforniu.
TJio article goes on to say tlut if
JVlr. Dole and his cubinet study
tho subject with intolligunco.tlioy
will perceive that tho most pro
mising way of laying tho cable- in
to undertako it as a Hawaiian
ontcrpriio. It Bays t lie United
States has done its share in but
Toying the route, and that Con
greai will almost certainly refuse
to ppropriato fivo millions to
complete the ontorpriso. Perhaps
it would ho a wiso oxpondituro, it
say, but the East is not yot ripo
On the other haud, our Sim
Inancisco numesnko says thoro is
no prospect that either Groat
Britain or Canada will undertake
tho entorpriso, as they have
not up to this timo thought
the route worth surveying. The
writer of the article in question
is rather poorly posted. Thoro
are Britiih official reports oxtaut
showing that all the surveys nec
essary to giving out a contract are
in existenco. One of the Imperial
uetionB being most canvassed at
ibis moment in Loudon, Canada
rtud Anttrnlia. is thut of a cable
between Canada and Australia.
Honolulu, at latest accounts, is
not on tho route at all, but if tho
.British oablo bo laid it will bo a
most serious damper on the pros
poets of a cable betiveen the Paci
fic Coast and Hawaii. The through
business i what is to attract
capital to tho enterprise, and
none would touch u local cable by
'itsolf. If Hon Audley Coote, upon
whoae schemo this Government
is apparently relying, should get
tho aid of tho United States Gov
ernment, thon an international
cable taking in Hawaii would pro
bably got in ahead of tho all
Lritiah cable for the through
business and perhaps cause tint
patriotic dream of Imperialists to
bo long doforred in realization. If
ihe Bulletin reflects tho public
opinion of -the United States, Mr.
Coote may bivq himsolf Jthe ex
pense nf his projected journey to
Wusbingtun, mid the Haw
Govern ii ent abandon its
hopou of luving onrly cibie com-munie-it'ou
with tho outside
Tho San Franceco journ.il iv
sjniuieidu this Government to
iBsno bondc for five nnliiou dollars
to lay thu c.iblo on its own ac
count. Thi8 is nonsense. Theio
is not a cbl' c.npur.tion possible
of orgauiz.tion to lay n local
cable between Honolulu and San
Francisco pn such a basis, and this
country is too small to take such
a burdwii on itstlf for a project
that would bo of nioro bom lit to
other countries than it would to
Hawaii. Those islands can nflord
to wait for a oablo just as long us
tho gre..t Powers who have com
merce end ships of war and of
, peace in these wators worth moro
than the foe s'mplo of tho whole
Deputy Marshal Brown was
thp official selected to take tho
pardonB to Hawaii.
Doputy Marshal Brown has
bojn Honl to Hawaii with tho
paidons for tho political prisoners
walking on tho Volcano road. Is
tho Government going to turn
those- men looso at Hilo, and
allow thorn to pay thoir own pass
ages homo to Oabu Surely tho
Government hos got enough
valuo out of thoir labor on the
road to ullbrd thenija dock passago
lVlirrc Honolulu I'eopl
Cf.sthu. Union Ciiokcii, cornor Uortt.
niu nml Kiclninlastri-otfl. Tlio Itot.Dotiglng
r. uirnie, mmistiT. tji-n-icc-t Bunilny,
July 7th. Public worship with sermon
11 a. in. und 7:30 p. ni. Huuilny school and
llibla classos, 0:"5. Buiidny schools! Japa
nese, iu Lyceum at 10 s. m.; fortnpuese,
on Miller street, nt 2:,10 p. in. Tho public
i corumuy inviicu 10 niionn tuoso Bervices.
bT. Amhikw's OatheiiuaI Tho sorvicai
of tho Second UoiiRregation of St. Andrew's
Cathedral tomorrow, Sunday, will bo ni
follows. 0.--I5 n. in., holy communion with
sermon; Kyro and Sauotus, jMouiider in
Oj hymns 310 and 323; Gloria in Kxculsis
to chant; at 0.30 p m, eronsong with ser
mon; Magnificat, Eivoyiul'; Nunc Dimit
tis, aru-by iu D; hymns 228, 214 and ID
fitlnTSTflv niliTimll TTi.i.mn.1. TTll
Kiug streot. botttoou FortandAlakca streets
T 1). Garvin unttor l'rcftehino nl 11 n m
Morning theme: "Wo look for a new
Henrou and a new Earth whcroln dwelleth
Kicbtcousnoss." Sunday school nt 0:15
n. m. Sermon at 7:30 p. m. by Dr. Itobort
S. MacArthur, pnstor of tho Calvary Ilnn.
tist Church of ew York city. Eveniuc
theme- "Wells of Salvation," Biblo cIam
" wens 01 snivntion," Biblo cla
irsonage, corner Richards nud King
Jloudaynt :lbp. m Proyormoet-
Wendnesday t 7:30 p. m. iu the
nt tne pnrsonnge,
lut mi u Amlnpailikv .( T.'ln n
parsonnge. Timo and placo changed that
an may navo an opportunity to atlonrt Dr.
MncArthur's lecturo in tho Y. M. O. A. ou
Tuesday evening, July 0th.
First Methodist Episcopal Ciitmcn
Hov. II W. Peck, pastor. Sunday services,
July 7th. 10 n. in., Sunday school, Mr. O.
J. Day, superintendent. At 11 n. m., morn
ing scrvico held in Y. M. C. . Ilev. Muc
Arthur of Pnlvarv Untitle! n,,,,.!. w,
York, will preach to tho united congrega
tions. 7.30 p-Jin., kermou by tho pastor in
tho usual vlnce. Subject: "Panl's FiTst
Experience as n Missionary." Wednesday,
7:30 p. in., prayei meeting. Meetings held
in hall over Tracy's storo, corner of Fort
nud Ilotol streets. A cordial welcome to
Roman Catholic Catiikiiril Services
Sunday, July 7th. will bo as follows: 0
nd 7 a. m. Low Mnss with Holy Com
munion;0 n. m Mass with English in
struction; 10:30 11. m. High Muss
with native sermon; 2 p. m. Rosary and
native instruction; 4 p. m , native in
struction and Benediction; 7 p. m Portu
guese services with Benediction. Week-
ilajs; Low Mass nt 0 and 7 a. in.
Seventh Dav ArnENTisTs-Mceting place
on Punchbowl street, opposite (Juceu's
Hospital, in tho house formerly occupied by
tho fato Dr. Troumean. Preaching on the
Sabbath (Saturday) nt 11 n. in., and Sunday
night at 7:30 Sabbath school at 10 a. ill.
Latter Day Saints Reorganized
Church of Jesus Christ of Luttor Day Saints;
Mililani Hull, rear of Opera House, services
will bo hold on Sunday as follows: 10 a. m.
Bible class; 1 1 : 1 . a. 111. nnd 0:30 p. ni.,
Salvation Auiir Sunday, 7 0. ni.. Kne
Drill; 11a.m., Holiness Mieting;3p. m.,
Family Gnthentig;7:30p. m., Net Drawn Iu.
I'or fiiiiiiluc'n Inland.
Tho Huwuiiun Bohoonor Knu
lilmi will sail on Morula', July
8, for Farming's Island to loud
guano for tho 1'uoifio Fertilizer
Works. She has Leon waiting
ton or moro days for provisions
to arrive per Monowai, but Mr.
J. S. "Walker, agont for Messrs.
Greig and fJioknell, received nd
vicorf thf go'df would be flapped
per Mary Dodge. Mr. Walker
li s chartered tho cohoonor Mary
D dne to loud copiu from Fan
1111 g's and "Washington islands.
Sliosuled July 2 for tho above
lshiuds vim Kunului, Maui.
Concur! '1 III Afternoon.
Tho Hnwaiinn bund will gtvo tho
regular Saturday afternoon con
oert at Emma sqmire, at -1:30, with
tho following program:
1. March "National Kcnelblcs" Soua
.. Oiertuio "The King's Lieutenant".. Sldl
3. Waltz "La IMIa Italia" Struuss
4 Serenade "Birthday" Eisoldt
0. Qiudrllo "Kn Mosipju"..? Faust
0. Ualoj "Sans Solid" Asuhe
City Carriage Co., J. S. And
rado, malinger. It you want a
lniok with good horso and ouro
ful driver ring up l'elophono 113,
corner of Fort and Merchnnt
streets. Hack at nil hours.
F. J. Krucor.
vi if iuulii;ii 1 w 1 r. 1-
raakar, cornor of Fort and Merch
ant streets. Eepairing watches
a specialty. The colobratod Wien
er JRogulatois. Just tho thing for
an appropriate present to your
June 2fV IflcK.
I Into the soft, warm light of
the drawing-room the heavy
odors from the conservatory
floated and filled the place as
with a fog of flowers.
Beneath the crvstnl chand
elier, which shone in the mel
low light as a suspended rain-
1 ... :.. -.. x r. r u
ujw 111 an mmuipiiere 01 goici,
stood a fair, pale girl, erect.
Shrinking away into the
shadows was the object of it.
II Wili 11 VUUIlg I11UII 111 area
waistcoat, with other things to
He had told her of
for her, of his devotion to her;
or ins worship, ot the dear de
sire of his heart to make her
Ilk num nilfl in tllA mirlcf nf I-
"' "" "" " i"- nuoi ui 11
she Stopped him Sllddeillv.
i Unn,,U " ,l, 1 j
tnOUgll, She exclaimed.
cnougni 1 win not listen to
" Hear me out," he pleaded.
" Hear me out."
"Never," she laughed, scorn
fully, "but 1 will take great
pleasure in seeing you out,"
and the shadows closed around
that shrinking youth like the
deadly arms or the octopus.
Slowly and sadly he mount
ed his wheel and rode Nforth
into the cold, cold world of this
city. In. spita of our Paradise-of-the-Pacific
climate it had
been a cold day for him and he
could not get rid of a crushed-strawberry-and-ice-cream
ing in the region of his heart
which would not away.
Passing the Hawaiian Hard
ware Company's store the
brilliant scintillations from the
electric globes on the Monarch
bicycle in their window at
tracted his attention and like
an electric flash the thought
entered his mind, "I wonder if
she is mad because I never
asked her to take a bicycle
ride with me. I'll do it if it
takes my last dollar." With
out a second's hesitation he
walked into the store and
ordered a Monarch ladies'
wheel sent to her house, first
tyin'g his card to it.
That same evening he re
ceived a polite note asking
him to call again. He vent
and two minutes sufficed to
make him the happiest man in
Honolulu, the cause of the
whole trouble being that the
young lady suspected him of
taking other girls out bicycle
riding and was jealous ac
cordingly. There will be an
other wedding in Honolulu in
a few weeks..
While we are on the subject
of .girls and wheels we will
state that we are prepared to
furnish bicycles enough, for
every engaged girl in Hono
lulu or even for every girl who
wants to be engaged. t
Ladies and misses are cor
dially invited td call 'at the
store and examine the Monarch
wheels, for which we are sole
agents for the Hawaiian Isl
ands. Tire Hawaiian HardwareXo. Ltd.
Opposite Spreokelo Block, '
I iMOHTGAGKE'S NOTICE OF 1NTEN
wtnM rpn unnwrnncB ANnnv
1 lull 11 i HlJJUvuu Jinjs vi
: ' INMTOIIDAMK Willi THU I'OWKIl
nf fnli coiilntnid In llml wrlalii lii(irl(inif',
. inmlc liy I. M JOHNSON' nml M. II. DIIU.M-
MONI) to T. i: KlloUai:. tinted Mnreli Wnd,
ISM, rccnriUit In the lU-irJMcr Olllce, O1I111,
In l.llicrtM.pp. Wl.Vill, liullreljlii'icln j(luu
1 Hint (lie Mihl iiiorlcit;ii' liilrncl t foretime
Hie imiiio for condition liroKi'ii, In ll, H10
nnti imjtniMil uf 1 hi nun 1 lien In fecund Mlirn
1 due, nml iIiouiiiI'TkImoiI hi'tvht jfht mil Up
1 tlmt In' Mill nil Hi'' kiioiK iliatliU nml
I flliPlmli-iirrilirilliiNililinorlKXKC iipunSalur
1l.1v M11XIII1 nl .lull. 1MI1. nt II) c'luck A M.'.
sired Known ns the Knirln Home by
ni iiuuiir niK'iiuu ill mi' ltriiiu-i: iu iiuiiiiuii
Terms cmh. Kor fiuther particulars apply
.1 A. .MA(t(JU.,
Attfirnni fnr T V. Il-nt!rtft
or to. las K Mornii, Auctioneer, or to tho
uiidcrdi'uud In I'Cisuii.
T. E. kiiousi:.
Dated, Honolulu, Juno US, 18U5.
The goods, chattels and property to bo sold
1st. That certain indenture of lease Horn
Henry Wnterhouec to T. E Krouso, of pre
mises Known as tho Englu Homo and cottage,
tho l'cleula Cottage, the Kapena Cottago and
mmiscsamt tho hecgau Cottage, said lease
uearliiL' ilato of Oetnlier T. ISO1' fur IHu lears
from NTritftuilK r 1 INtf)
L'nil. All the furniture, gooJa, chattels,
and cllccts cnuuicmtcd as follow
Lann mower, pr. scales, Ico cream frccrcr,
Hhcclbirroir, garden tools, II rakes, pitch
fork, il hoes, it spades, brooms, grass shears,
basin, pitcher, wooden rot, mosquito wlro
vu., Hv.vv.. ...w.w .wuui, .u jun. nuiuuvv
curtains, 2 bath tubs, 4 rugs, extra matting,
raunit cages, uog Kennel, long step ladder,
medium do., short do., slims, liosts. Inn
rauuum uo., suori uo., signs, posts, largo
STSi. WWSaffll? EESft
8 1 sugar spoons, (5 wool mattresses double,
15 feiltlier IllllflUfl. tr v)Ua nuftttta Rflti.t.
Kins, Oprs window curtains, 88 mosquito
nets, 100 bo sheet, 0 dor. pillow slips, 80 bed
spreads, 12 prs blankets, 10 6-12 doz towels,
WbooKs, old Directory, new do., register,
w lcker chair new, 2 lanterns, 3 granite slop
lulls, 3 mosquito window screens, largo centre
caipet. mos. not, stand lamp, bracket do.
2 brackets, toilet set, 3 deer shlu,"o douglas
chairs, pine tabic, cover, wardrobu curtains,
2 rugs, matting home, 2 hat racks, 4 sets
conrtcc and curtains, bracket, Jrp fans, wool
rug, wardrobe curtains, bracket lamp, ,1
sheh cs bracket, lamp, 4 II. VV. chairs, pine
table, rug, 2 sets curtains nnd poles, hanging
lamp, 8 waulrobo curtains, toilet set, smok
lug tabic, matting house, cuspldorc, 2 ases,
0 door rugs, wardrobo curtains, pr. curtains,
2 toilet sets, telu-a-teto chair, plush B, V.
arm chair, 2 wicker chairs, large carpet, bed
lounge, mat, upholstered curtains, la-n-brcqulns,
4 sets curtains and poles, 5 engrav
ings. 2 gilt bracket, 1 pr vases, 2 hauliers, 2 1).
U. chairs, 2 do., table, pine It. It. set, 7 prs.
box hair mattrass, dark wardrobe, mosquito
net, toilet set, curtains nnd pules, 3 small
mats. 2 door curtains, bracket lump, 11 V
M r bedroom set, mattrass, 2 sets pole and
curtulns, m lcker chair, ash M T licdroom silt,
jum yum springs, wool mattrass, 0 bed rugs,
, , rt ,uosl'to net curtains mid
poles, 133 tubs forus, bird cage and birds,
garden bench, 34 tubs plants.uloor mat,
wicker veranda chairs, hat rack, hanging
lamp, 3 prs. curtains and poles, pino centre
tablo and cover, cuapldoro, reclining wlokor
chnlr, 1). W. chair, stained wardrobe, 2
brnokcts, 4 vases on tablo, 3 engravings,
embroidered table, ornament, 18 rug
round willow table, bust, 2 brackets, glass
vnso, (J H. W. chairs, B. W. book case nud
becretnry, chandelier, lound tablo, fish
Rlobo. shells, 3 pictures, 2 bamboo polos,
fans, curtains, cornice, checker board
wasto basket, mirror back hat rack, water
cooler, (patent and tablo,) cuspuloro, cup.
board closet, desk.clock, 2 hall lamps 2 hat
racks, iron safe and stand, i7inoy
Jnp. screen, hanging lamp, reclining chair,
table and cloth, 1J. shelf, chiouio, our
tains and cornico, patent closot, bath tub,
2 door mato. flower pot, bird cago, 7 birds,
0 oak veranda chairs, 3 red do., iron door
rnut, 2 cocoa door inatB, upli. patlor bot, 7
pes., oak centio tablo, Mathusok piano and
stool, piano cover, lot vases, oto., upli. por
tiere, 2 nets laco curtains, poles, 5 lamp,
chandollor, piano lamp, plate glass mirror,
mantel o'iook, 4 vases, shelf, inmbrcnuin, 3
vases, 2 small paintings, 2 largo do., paint
ing and easel, 30 napkin rings, 0 mnjolicn
fruit platos, 7 nut crackors, 2 syrup jugs'
largo refrigerator, ico filter, kilchou table
oubpidore, 3 trays, 2 kitchen tablos, 3 galv!
tubs, lot kitchen crockery, pans, pot
builder, oto., pastry tablo, H. O. Pari
lor Btt, plush arm chair, B. W. tnhlo.
pr. B. It. brackets, wiokcr chair.
carpot, folding ohnir, largo contro rug,
2 foot stools, hanging dec. Tamp, 8 pictures
bonv frames, set lann Rilrtnlnot r..,,
bed curtaius, matting in houso, toilet set,
chuirs, 2 largo S. IV cruet HtaiulK, 0 medium
do: 21) Uocer 8. P. taliln Slinnnu JQ .!.,
forks 2Ji do. tublo kuivos, 1 0-12' doz. ton
spooiiH, 10 glass sugar bon U, 0 pickle jars,
S. 1 . do. ."U salt cullnrs, 10 cut glass fruit
dishes. 21 oiiKlnri'. nlnu.u n.,i......
plates, 12 painted oiko plates, 23 usst. oca
w..,. ., vyw.o ..ma, uiu. uiininpngtio glahses,
12 llnltll. (lllirnt iln. I ImHxr'o .. ?,-. ...'
din in table cloths, 0 h.rgo do., long , ino D.
11. tnlilqvLx.D. It. table B W ,2 leaf tables,
cliandelier. 4 brnrk lnm,ia .,,., ..i i '
turo fruit. 2 JananesonnnAla ! n.,.iP,'. i
32 tumblers. ' "-"""""'"" (
THIS SI' AGE
Luoh Out for the Best!
And when found inako a nolo on.
Wo lmvo n plneo now whoro wo eon
riiow fiitr Fiifiiitnrn .to lulvmitnso. w
can put it in a position where you will
mo just what it w II niiprnr n Z
homo., Tf ,on wiHliKikWouriri?
J3EDUOOM, PAItLOR and
LIURAHY SUITS . . .
nud nil Idnilo of Furiiituro rendy toe
goure8,u81K..ct.on aud delivery tooS
THE CITY FURNITURE STORE
And Un.lortnliliiK i:lnlilUlimcnth
Cor. Fort nnd Horotnnin Sta.,
-3m . H. Williams, Mnnnger.
FOR SAM OR LEASE
yielding a enfo Income Address
i o "UO."
4-lJm Bulletin Oflloo.
W. F. O'HALLARON
Gapter ai Biilifir,
Estimates Given on
Brick, Stone Wooden Buildings
Jobbing Promptly Attended to.
337 King Street.
Central JVfeat: JVIapet
Lovoj Building, Nuuanu Bt.
A FIIIST CLASS Slarkot in evf
promptlr to all parts ot
Home Iiidusfcry !
Ask your Grocer for
Pure Hawaiian Honey
PUT UP BY
THE HONOLULU APIARY CO,
CELLED ritOCOSAXS WILL BE RK
V OEIVEDatthooffloo of tho Hawaiian
ueotrio Uompany, Honolulu II. I., until
10 n. m., July 10, 1805, for tho Construe-"
tlon of u (?nld kfrtrnrrA Ttnllrltt.r. 1)1.... ...J
spnclfioallons can bo seon at tho offlco of
tho said Company.
Tho Hawaiian Electrio Company rcsoivos
tho right to rojoot any or nil bids.
C. R. COLLINS,
HARNESS AND SADDLERY,
HAS REMOVED TO
337 King St.