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EVENING BULLETIN, DECEMBER 30, 1895
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& II AUTHORITY.
i accordance with Section 1, Chapter
JEQ of the lav,- of 1880.
Affpersons holding water privileges or
Stew paying water rates for the term end
Sip Jun30, 1800, will bo due and payablo
atate offloe of the Honolulu Water Works,
cmtae 1st day of January, 1896. All rates
xamlnlng unpaid for fifteen days after they
ran due will be subject to an additional 10
Kates are payable at the office of the
Tiler Works in the Kapuaiwa Building.
Z3-14t Supt. Honolulu Water Works.
Male f n Tenancy at Will ol the Lot mid
Cellar at the "Honolulu Hale',
premise on ."Horcliant Street, Ho
On 'thursday, January 30, 1810, at 12
u-TJock noon nt tho front cntranco of tho
Ibrcntrve Building, will be Hold nt public
.-siiliou the Tounucy nt Will of tho vacant
rM and cellar of tho Honolulu Hale promis
on Merchant Street, Honolulu, Onhu
Tcniucy from month to month until
-jntu time ns tho Minister of tlio Interior or
Oitt tennnt mny wish to terniinato tho samo
iAy ghing 00 days notice.
Upset pric9 : $200 per annum, pnynMo
raratbly in ndTance.
J. A. KING,
Minister of tho Interior.
Interior oluce, Dec. 2S, 1893. lS'l-.lt
Jin examination for Miliary Grade Cer
tificates will be held by II S. Towmend,
tfrapector-Goneral of Schools, ot the Hono
'A School-house, Hamakua, January 31
Kd.rebruary 1, 18G. An examination will
tio be held at tho Ainakca Sthool-honse,
jrth Koliala, February 14 and 15, 1896.
fi Onncit or the Boahd op Education,
1 1)0-3 1
5 Euei)in$ Bulletii,
DANIEL LOGAN, Editor.
DEO. 30, 1895.
Penny-a-liners in tho United
5iatcs press have not yetubandon
jd tho Hawaiian gold reefs. The
last mail bring back somo rich
specimens of "salted" washings.
"Authentic'' information that the
Bawaiian Govornmont is going to
'ieenso opium is one. Another is
gositivo information from Hono
Ihlu, murk you, that President
tlevoland was going to recom
mend the annexation of tho isl
ands in his annuul message. This
Titter is easily identified as a re
lash of spocul itions that eman
Jed from "Washington correspon
tSonts. but it would appear that
the American editors ignorod this
(act and lot the trash go as a
ipuce-filler. As to tho opium
dispatch dished up in S.tn Fran
dsco, it contains nearly as many
Bos and half trutliB thataro worse
13 there aro lines in the story.
The "Island Kopublio'' did not
prohibit opium. Tho Provisioniil
.overnmint, however, ropealed
aj) opium liconso bill passed
jnder the monarchy, bofore
ifte nocssary time hud olapsed
Us it to become law. An opium
ftcenso law was in forco a few
jtonths inl88G-7, and wus re
pealed at tho special session of
the Legislature following tho
aevolutiou of 1887. "With that ox
joption tho Government of Ha
aii never received a rovitnue
bom licensod opium for moro than
5puty yoars. Probably the only
ixouiid tho Sin Francisco "nowb"
.libric.itor h.ls for prodicting an
9piuin liceuse hero is tho fuct
that a faction supporting tho
Uovorument and maintaining tho
l5tar newspaper is out for suoh a
-neasuro. Tho same moasure had
jlways been favored by many
who nover questioned tho pro
yrioty of justifying tho overturn
ol lSi)3 in part by citation of tho
opium liconso bill ns mi "ini
ftjiity" of tho monaroliy, although
ft was supported in tho Logisla-
turo of 1892 by ono-half ol tho
Wilcox-Jones Cabinot, whoso un
derhanded ojootion from offioo
was another iuoitomont to tho
roYolutlon. Opium licouao has
also boon advocated by ninny
business nion npnrt from nil part'
politics, as tho best means of
abating tho &oandl of porpotutil
opium smuggling which tho au
thorities have only boen ablo to
chock in a slight dogreo.
Whilo the war botweou Japan
and Ohina was in progress, tho
many pooplo of both nationalities
in Honolulu behaved themsolvos
with tho utmost propriety. Thero
was novor tho slightest disturb
ance botween tho two r.ices hore,
nor evon any manifestation of bit
ter feeling. Tho conduct of our
Oriontal fellow residents on that
ocoosion is nn example worthy to
bo followed now by Americtn
and British residnils during tho
e'xislonco of tho present contro
verey between thoir countries.
It is theioforo with gieat regrtt
that wo find the Independent
publishing a bittor partisan lettor
on tho controversy. Such public
uttownces in this country are en
tirely out t f phico and tond to
croato a national ill-foel-ing
that is altogether un-callod-for
and misoliiovous. Of a
piece with the letter in question
i3 tho roported expression of ex
Minibter CiiBtle beforo leaving for
Washingtop, in which he pre
sumes to give the eont'raents of
"our poople" beforo thore was
timo for him to receive any com
munication from Hawaii on tho
subject. As Groat Brituiu has for
many years assented to tho para
mount influonco of tho United
Statos in Hawaii, the remarks of
Mr. Castle if accurately reported
are oxtromely injud'oious and
very much away from the mark.
Moreover, tho Venzuelun dispute
having its origin on tho American
continent, the reported reforonco
of Mr. Castle to tho Pacific ocean
sounds like tho chatter of a
schoolboy in tho primary grade.
War botweon the United States
and Great Britain would involve
tho possibility of untold calamity
to Honolulu and those islands, so
that anybody living here who
views with gratification uny
serious difficulty between the two
nations is simply a fool.
We fail to sec any reason for
Hawaiian capital soebing invest
ment abroad. The country needs
every dollar tliMt can be laid out
on its own development, and it is
absurd for us to improve other
countries which are very well ablo
to take caro of themselves. Ad
vertiser. Certainly, SirOrnolol It is a
crying shamo that any of tho
poople who mado their money
horo should ever huvo boon allow
ed to speculate in town lots up in
the American Noi Unrest. There
bhonld he u law passed to prevent
wealthy mon who have mado thoir
pile in Hawaii from leaving tho
country to resido in England,
Germany, Franco or America.
They should spond and bo spent
exclusively on tho soil of Hawaii.
Until these measures bo onaoted,
howover, every man must bo al
lowed to do what ho will with his
own. So much tho hotter if foreign
investments aro made which will
bring monoy from abroad to bo
spout in developing tho resources
"Of what iibo is tho Honolulu
dog?" neks a contemporary. Try
him cooked underground and gar
nishod with boiled taro tops sea
soned with vinegar.
Probably E. O. Crick, tho pro
fessional revolutionary orank ex
polled from Hawaii, is the author
of the Hawaiian dynamito scare
that has come fromChinn. It would
bo just liko Criok to reprosont that
his potards woro for uho in Hawaii
to s i vo his li o.ul in China. He was
both a lepublioan and a royalist
by turns in this country, and very
few peoplo on oithorsulo have the
slightest uontideuca in liin.
Are the expoits cortain that it
is dittlo that have clofltrnyed the
forests on ffawaii ? Cattle may
bo destructive to young saplings,
but wo have novor heaid of them
destroying trees. It was not ont
tlo mado tho fonsts along the
Knu routo to tho volcano die.
Every uppearanco theio indicites
that the soil is not deep enough
to sustuin tree growth beyond a
Dhvrn oi iiitoiiii:it iiai:i.i.s.
The Funeral Service Held nt the
Cathedral Thin nomine.
Brother Charles, for tho past
forly-sovon years identified with
tho Catholic mission in Honolulu,
expired at 10 minutes to 8 o'clook
last evening of old ago. Owing to
the necessary departure of tho
bishop and a numbor of clorgy to
Hilo by today's steamor thefunor
al was held this moining. After
muss in the cathedral at 9 O'clock
this morning, tho mortal remains
of Brother Charle3 were conveyed
to tho Catholic cometory on Iving
street in a hearse, Bishop Boport
and all tho clergy of the Mission
following on loot and clad in
sacred vostmonts. Fathor Loo
nor, superior of the mission,
followed the hoarse as chief
mourner, while a number of those
who had known and revered tho
docoasod in his lifetime followed
in tho rear. Tho usual short
ervico wus held ut the grave.
Brother Charles was known in
tho world ns Joaquin Bris. Ho
was born on January Gth, 1819,
and had ho lived until next Mon
day would huvo beon' 77 years of
ago. His birthplace was St. Cur
nin, a small village in the Depart
ment of Lot, Franco. He oamo
to Honolulu on April 2Sth, 1848,
and has been identified with mis
sion work over since, serving
principally in tho capacity of a
mason and carpenter. He bus
helped build and repair from time
to timo nearly every church and
mission building in tho islunds,
but bis headquarters havo always
beon in Honolulu. Brother
Charles was never happy unloss
employed in manual hibor of
soma kind for tho good of the
mission and tho glory of God,
and wus ostoomed by all the
clorgy as one of the most useful
mouibors of the mission. He died
peucofully aud calmly of sheer
old oge, and his death is much
rcgrettod and his momory will bo
G. It. Hurrison, practical piano
and organ ma kor and tuner, cai
furnish best faotory references.
Ordres left at Hawaiiun News Co.
will recoivo prompt attention. All
work guaranteed to bo tho samo
as dono in fuctory.
HAVE YOU TRIED IT?
JUST THE THING FOR BREAKFAST
Cooked Holled Oats.
Tho original brand.
Different from and better tlmu any other brand,
fJtJ Tor Hulo by all Lending (IrocerH.
FRANK B. PETERSON & CO.
RELOADING OUTFITS, AM
MUNITION, Etc. Etc.
Christmas Is over but there
are plenty of ducks and turkeys
flying about the ponds, marsh
es and woods of these islands,
and there are plenty of hunters
who will take advantage of
the numerous holidays between
now and Washington's birth
day to try and get a shot at
them. To insure a good bag
of game on one of these trips,
the hunter must have a good
gun, good ammunition and
good dogs. The Hawaiian
Hardware Company ty'H fit
you out with a gun and am
munition and if you haven't
got a good dog why you can
borrow one. We make a spe
cialty of reloading outfits,
shells and ammunition of
all kinds to suit any bore and
can guarantee satisfaction to
In rifle and pistol catridges
we have a large supply to fit
Christmas has come and
gone but the holidays are not
over. You will want to pur
chase some little reminder of
the New Year for your better
half, and we are just the people
to find something that will
suit you without running
you in debt or mortgaging
your property. We have a
small lot of that beautiful
aluminum ware left, compris
ing handsomely engraved hair
brushes, mirrors, clothes brush
es, jewelry cases and such like.
We have many useful and
ornamental articles in solid sil
ver or plated ware, cut glass
goods, lamps and lamp shades,
water coolers, goblets, etc. that
would make a desirable gift.
Call and examine the many
beautiful, useful and economi
cal goods we have on hand
suitable for presents. You
will be sure to see something
that will strike your fancy.
By the next Australia we
have an immense consignment
of goods in all our departments
to arrive, comprising many
novelties, of which due notice
will be given. Among them
may be mentioned a fresh con
signment of the Tribune wheels
direct from the factory and up
to date in every respect.
Hawaiian Hardware Co.
Opposito Sprockols' Bunk,
NO. 307 FORT STREET.
HetoYeMftQB? . .
KAPIOLANI -:- PARK
January , IB B B
It Biotcle Rack; One mile handicap, fKO
nan i roiiny oi snvor oiip turccn.j ttco
for all. TwdTC entrlrn.
2d Bicyclk ItACEj.Ono-half mile JuYenllo
handicap. OnoU' to all non-wlnnen-
nndor 10 years.
3d Bicyclk It Acij. Five milo dash, iin
wallnn Hardware Company's trophy,,
valuo S35V1 Mine entries.
4th-ltTNNlNO ItAor: Trirri $100 Puree.
One-half mile and repeat. Weight
for nco. Four entrlex.
5th"TnoTTino IUot.j Trizo $100 rnrse. .1
minulo cJussi milo lieaui, liest 1! In n.
For Hawaiian bred horses. l"oar
GthTii(iTTio Hack; 1'rizo $100 Purse.
2:10clnss; 1 mite heats, best 2 in 3.
Treo for nil. Thrco ontrics.
"Ui-O.xk Milk Notfltv Kunnino Race;
Prizo$100. Free for nil. First horso
reaching tho quarter to roccivo$25.
First horse reaching the half to re
ceive Siri First horso reaching tho
three-quarter to receive $25. First
horso reaching homo to receive- $23.
This raco will be of special Intarosi ns it
will allow admittance of both long and Bhort
All trotting and pacing racex, best 2 in 3,
aro to be govwuod by the Hawaiian Jockey
Entries in the llrst bicycle raco muBt be
at tho post and ready to start promptly at
1 P. M.
General Admission......... 50 o I
Admission to grounds and
croud Htnml $ 1 00
AdmUdou to grounds and
lower stand 75
Quarter stretch badges, ad
mitting to nil parts of the
All carriages iusido tho en.
closure, each i oo
Programme with names, colors and own
ers ot starters, will be sold on the grounds
on tho day of rices.
Special streot-car serrlco every 15
SJST For further information addrtej
P. O. Box 477, Manager.
I AM NOW prepared to accept your orders
for dyeing, all kinds of cotton goods,
woolens, silks, crepes, lawn, etc, at
1F2-H Kanlike street makal of King street.
Wanted at the Louvre Saloon,
Ol Nuuami Street.
5000 meu daily to drinlc tho 5000
..FAMOUS SEATTLE BEER,..
ICE COLD ON DRAUGHT.
PostoQlco Box 475
ALSIA COTTAGE, AT WAIKIKI, IS TO
Let, furnished, together with a beach lot.
3a,rL-u.fa,ct"u.TxsT -:- Big -:- S3n.oe
ALL PER80N3 INDEBTED TO THE
Htm of the lato J. T. Watcrliousc, for ac
counts owlng.'prcvlone to March 1, 1805, aro
notified to scttlo samo before January 1, 181)0,
at the olllce oft J, T. Waterhousc, Queen St.
AN "ED. WESTMATER" BERLIN Up
right Piano In excellent condition will be
sold cheap. Address, X,
133-tl BciABTlK Office.
' For Sale.
h nn HEAD OF BEEF CATTLE. FOB
TUU sale-in lots to unit.
143-tl Kannkn, Kan, Hawaii.
STORE TO LETKINQ STREET NEAR
Fort. Apply to
ED. A. WILLIAMS.
Stable Room To Let.
riNE STABLE ROOM TO LETTROMI
ED. A. WILLIAMS.
FINZ LACK HORSE, PERFECTLY?
sound. Apply to
ED. A. WILLIAMS.
pleW -:- year's.
Trains Trill leave Honolulu at 0.15 a. m
and 1:45 p. m, Returning will arrirc in no
nolulu.at 3:11 p. in. and 5:ifl p. in.
Round Trip Tickets $1.25
These are special rates for this day only
Embraco the opportunity.
F. C. SMITH,
General Passenger Agent.
E. 13. THOMAS,
CONTRACTOR AtlD BUILDI2B
Estimates si von on nil
kinds of StonD. Brink nni "Viw.1
work. King slrool. l7-f
MANUFACTURER, : UPHOL
STERER : AND : DEAL
ER : IN ... .
Furniture, Bedding, Etc., Etc.
Contractor and Builder
No. 80, Kuuanu street.
Has on hand Coffins, Camphor Trunks,
Matting, Wardrobes, Doslts, Matreises, etc
Call In and inspect goods.
o l1CL Snrtm aaus
fl J i STOCK of
u pgfy PR E s Bnrs
7r1 tLSJL Viw trom
i 1 .
Aunt Abbey. S, F. AGENTS.
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