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EVENING BULLETIN, JANUARY 2, 189G
Jftl xlU x LLVilJ. --
, 2 accordnnco with Section 1, Chapter
ZXSZol tho laws of 18S0.
JS persons holding water privileges or
Slate paying water rates for tho term end
ScJunn 30, 1S90, will be due and pnyablo
Bu offlco of the Honolulu Water Works,
vm&e 1st day of January, 1890. All rates
zanalnlng unpaid for fifteen days aftor they
anatdue will bo subject to an additional 10
Sates nro payable at tho ofllco of the
W&r Works in the Kapualwn Uullding.
123-14 1 Supt, Honolulu Water Works.
An elimination for Primary Grado Cer
a&TatCHUill beheld by II S. Townscnd,
nonxctor-Geuenil of Schools, nt the llono
Jtu School-house, Hamakua, Januaiy III
.d February 1, 1810. An examination will
:jt be held at the Aiunkca School-house,
$th Kohala, February 14 and 15, 180(1.
SX OftDKU OF TUB 1'OVlll) OF EllUCATIOS.
3r; Evei. Bulletir?,
DANIEL LOGAN. Editor.
JAN. 2, 189G.
By its oxurciso (if cleuionoy to
ill of tho remaining prifionor of
Iho insurrection, tho Govommoiit
las porformed what will prob
ably bo proved in results to bo n
master stroke of policy. Yet its
granting of tbo pardons, or sus
jensinu of sontences, does not
Mom to buvo boon intmidod for
policy's snko. Those who nrg"d
Hie "releuso of tho prisoners m
Tioth tho Executive Council ami
ibo Council of Stato unpoarcd to
3to beon moved more by shoor
lindncss of hoar; lb in by any d
jir? to mako po'itical capital for
tiuomselvos or tho Govorntnout.
3$otb thoso bodits will stand
amcli higher in popular estima
tion for their several acts of cle
mency, tho final one of which left
not a human rouiindur of tho
froublo of a year ago within tho
prison walls. Some members of
3oth Councils, it is learned, had
eon working insido for aomo
'Jime in behalf of mercy to tbo
jrisonors, ns hard even as thoir
own best frionds on tho outside.
Tho spooohos of Minister Damon
and Councillor Wilder at the con
ireuco on Tuesday, as roporlod
almost verbatim in tho Bulletin
f that day, cannot fail
to have a good effect on
tho mind of tho community.
Sinister Damon's candid aoknow
Sedgment of tho necessity of an
opposition party is a valuable
atterance. Whenever tho Gov
rnment recognizes, as Mr.
Saino'u has done, that fair
dritioism of its policy is not ne
jossarily f editions, tho Republic
ill stand out more clearly than
it has yot dono us embodying the
principles of froo government.
'.Tho Bulletin has strivon ever
aJnco tho recognition of th" Re
public by tho two Powers having
aaost intimate and friendly rota
Sons with this country to place
ilstdf in an nttitudo of indepen
dent observation of tho Govern
ment's policy, without evincing
jny opposition to tho intog
aty of tho Republic us the
OTtablishod and legitimate
3orm of government. Our
'rivals and onomies havo triod
lard to represont usas"roy,lists"
working to subvert the existing
.renditions and to bring back tho
ild forms. They may all bo
safely ohallonged, howover, to
site any expressions from this
jjaper sinco tho time montionod
-which havo boon inimical to tho
3topublio ns snob. It is to bo
ioped that thoso papers whioh
5030 as pillars of the Stato will
ilango thoir tono in this rogard,
a conBoquoaco of the inortasod
0f ensuinc upon tho exorcise
They nre nmong tlio
worst ono mi oa of tho llopubho
themBolvos who mnliciously repre
sent overy broath of criticism up
on details of administration to bo
robollion. Such conduct has dono
a groat doal to retard tho rohirn
of hitrmony to tho wbolo body
Muoh iutorost will nttaoh to
tho arrival of the San Francisco
Examinor's Christmas number.
It is the odttorial production of
tho school children tf tho Paoifio
Coast, includ.ng, with commend
ablo nntioml liberality, British
Columbia. The woman got out
lnet yoar's Christmas number of
tho 1'ixuminor, ovon to tho Kill
ing of tho nows telegrams, and it
was a romarkably gnd pnpor for
any persons without tochnical
noivspiipor cxpei-ionce to produce.
Wo shall seo what tho youngsters
havo made of this year's corre
Both tho 'Prosidnitiul nnd tho
Y. M. O. A. recepiioiis hnd rou
tines that illustrated the growing
"harmony" spokou of by Mr.
Damon. A mumbur f a promi
nent "royalist" li"ti8nliohl assist
ed Mrs. Dole in reeoiving tho cal
lors nt tho Executive building.
At the ladios' reception at tho Y.
M. C. A. tlio Hi os of sectarian
division wcro oitiroly absont.
Ladios of almost every commu
nion stiod side by side in bestow
ing a happy Now Year's; welcome
to tho young mm of Honolulu.
Among thoso wh paid their
respects to tno l'rosdeut nnd Mrs.
Dolo yesteiduy wcro Charles
Croighton, who was Attorney
Gouornl, and J. A. Mehrten, who
was Deputy Marshal, under the
monarchy, and both of whom
have until lately boon regarded as
strong royalists. Mr. Croighton
having sufFeiod a period ofexilo
for alleged sympathy with tho
January uprising. Both gontlo
mon wero sincere on this occasion
in tho evidonoo they gave of hav
ing accepted the situation.
Matter on File mid nt Circuit Court
Ah Chew by his attornoy. A. G.
M. Robertson, has filed a disoon
tinuanco of his appeal in tho suit
of Wm. KauUii against him.
Eunice Ahuui petitions for pro
bate of the will of Ler Into hus
band, and that P. C. Jones may
be appointed us executor accord;
ing thereto. Thoro is realtv of
S300 and porsonalty of $G00 in
In tho matter of tho bill for
accounting brought by John
Henry against James Oarty,
Messrs. Neumann and Oroightm
appoarod for plaintiff before
Judge Magoon this morning,
Thero was no appearanco of or
tor dufaudtiit. The Court signed
a aeoreo oruoriug mat tuo bill be
takon pro' confusso and that tho
accounts bo referred to G. Lucas,
master, to determine tho amount
G. It. Harrison, practical piano
and organ maker and tunor, cat
furnish best factory roforonces.
Ordres left at Hawaiian Nows Co.
will receive prompt attention. All
work guarantoed to bo tho same
as dono in factory.
Tho I). S. Si llnltlmnre.
According to official ndvicos
from Washington tho sailors and
marinos of tho cruiser. Baltimoro
have mado n splendid .trooord iu
tho Orient. Tho cruiPdr waB at
Chomnlpi whon the Amorican
Miiilftor at Sooul tolegraphod for
iin'ii to prosorve order. Tho mo3
cauo was received on tho ship ut
6;30 on a July ovoning, Thirty
marinos and twanty-fivo sailors,
proporly officorod and equippod,
wore landed, at 7:45 and nt 8:30
tho march was hogun. Tho night
was hot and sultry, tho rods
wretohod, being not much bettor
than a trail, yot tho distance to
Sooul, thirty-oriQ miles over n
rough country, was inarched in
eleven hours and only two men
noro prostrated. Naval reserve
mon and troops of tlm NatiniiHl
Guard ought to study thsse les
sons in endurance.
On ruachitig Maro Inland tho
cruipor will iindoublndly go out of
uommisbiou, as tnent h a lurue
nmnuiit of work to bo dono to h"r
.4 Ml I
Tho Siiurccl llnwnllnn.
Tho Gazotto 0. has acted
rightly in refusing t print the
tinwaiiaii magazine The num
her which was to have appeared
shortly contaiuod immoral aud
ohscouo fen lures, in both road ing
matter nnd illustrations. Doubt
less Mr. Htiyne will seourn its
publication iu America, and i
will bo on salo huio iu i.uothor
But that is no icasou why n
Honolulu publishing house .-lion Id
ngreo to run it through thoir
presses, in order ti mako 11 few
paltry dollars. As tho Gazette
and Advortisor nro supposed tn
uphold morality and doconcy, tho
litoraturo which is turned out by
thoir job oilico should bo above
criticism ns far as thoso virtue
Notwithptanding an advance of
ono-third upon the price of this
valuablo work, Mr. Fuss, tho
agent soiling thorn, will continuo
to fill ordors at tho old figures;
from $18 to .1'2o.o0, according to
form ard binding, being in 0110
volume, comploUt, or in two
volumes. Prices for the sot of
Columbian Historical Novels,
twelvo volumes, (ovor 5000 pp
and full pngo half tono illustra
tions) in gold fclampod oloth, $20
Elegantly bound in half raoroo
co, ?!!0 per set, same as current
prices in America:
Mr. Foss wi(l tnko ordors for
anjj of Funk & WagnallB1 publi
cations including scioutific, his
torical and roligious worKs.by tho
host European und American
authors; n'sn subscriptions to any
of thoir periodicals: Momilotio
Review, Literary Dig"Ht Mis
sionary Review and tho Voice.
HUSSIA'S ItKIiHSIOUS OAnS.
Tho Greek Church is bocoming
strictly up to-date. It has had
fivo church oars constructed.
Theso hnvo ponotratod Siberia as
far as tho roadbod of tho now
Siberian railroad, whioh is to con
nect tho eastern seas with the
Czar's dominions whon completed.
Each car has ttvo priests, and is
fitted out with all the puraphor
nalia of tho rogulation orthodox
Grook Church that is to bo seen
in uuy Russian villngo of nny
size. The settlements iu Siberia
are so small and so widely scat
tered that it is impracticable to
maintain a church for each set
tlement. Altogthor tho fivo
churnbos on wheels visit seventy
settlomentb a wcok.
Eucli settlement knows whon
the ohurch car iB'to arrive, and
all tne peoplo lira expected to
come down to meet it promptly for
I the sorvices hold in tho car imme
diately after its arrival. Each
church can comfortably seat thir
ty or forty pooplo, nd two settle
ments aro visitod daily by eaoh
one. Now York Press.
HAVE YOU TRIED IT?
JUST THE THING FOR BREAKFAST
Cooked Rolled Oats.
Dittereiit noin and bettor than any other bia'id.
CUT" For sale by all Lending Grocors.
PRANK B. PETERSON & CO.
S .F. AGENTS.
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
guuf good ammunition and
good dogs. The Hawaiian
Hardware Company will 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 arid 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
toidate in every respect.
Hawaiian Hardware Co.
Opposito Sprookols' Bank,
NO. 307 FORT STREET.
January 17, IBS B,
1st BiorcLR Race; One mile lmnillcap, K O
Halt Tropliy ofslher soap tureen. I Free
for all. Twelvo entries.
2d Micyclk Hack; Ono-half milo Juvenile
hnndienp. Open to all non-winners
under 10 years.
3d Bicyclk Hack; Hvo milo dasli. Ha
waiinn Ilardwaro Company's trophy.
vnluo$,15. Nino entries.
4th-ltv.MiNii Hape 1'rizo $100 Pnwo.
One-half milo and ropeat. Weight
for ago. Four entries,
Oth-TnorriNa Hack; Prize 5100 Turse. 3
minuto class; milo heats, host i! in 3.
For Hawaiian bred horses. Fonr
Oth-.Tnorriso Hack; Trizo $100 I'tirso.
2:40 class; 1 milo hentu, best 2 in 3.
Free for nil. Three cutties.
7th-0.Ni; Milk XoVKfrv Hunmno Hack;
PrizoSlOO. Free for nil. First horso
renchlng tho qunrter to receivo$25.
First hoiso reaching the half to re
ceive 325. First horso reaching tho
three-quarter to leceivo $25. First
licnto reaching homo to recoivo $25.
This rnco will bo of spoeial iutorost as it
will allow admittance of both long aud short
All trottiug and pacing rncos, best 2 in 3,
nro to bo governed by tho Hnwniinn Jockey
Hutriosiu tho first bicycle rnco must bo
nt tho post and ready t fctnrt promptly nt
1 r. m.
Goncrnl Admission go o
Admission to grounds nud
grand stand $ i oO
Admitsion to grounds nud '
lowor stand., 75
Qunrter stretch badges, ad
mitting to nil purls of the
grounds o qo
All cnrriiiges inside tho en
closure, each 100
rrogrnmmo with names, colors and own
ers of starters, will bo sold on tho grounds
on tho day of rc.cos.
Special street-car service every 15
SF" For further Information address
P. O. Box 477, Manager.
IAMMHV prepared to accept your orders
for dyeing, all kinds of cotton goods,
woolens, sIlkB, crepes, lawns, etc. at
lfa-tf Kaullko stroct maknl of King ;trect.
at the Louvre
Ul Niiuanu Streat.
GO00 mou daily to drink tho 5000
.FAMOUS SEATTLE BEER,..
ICE COLD ON DRAUGHT.
Podtofflco Box 475 - -132-Cm
ALMA COTTAGE, AT WAIKIKI, IS TO
Let, furnished, together with a beach lot.
rr. l I .-V Jff-1 r
I shoes lKrlr) Ms I'V)
a-Cazi-ULfaotvaieTp' -:- Big -:- sixo
ALL PERSONS INDEBTED TO THE
firm of the late J. T. Watcrhousc, for ac
counts o Ing previous to March 1, 1805, are
notified to settle snmo before January 1, 1890,
at the olllcc of J. T. Waterhouec, Queen St.
WESTMATER" BERLIN UP-
;ht Piano In excellent condition will be
tan. Address. X,
l3S-tf IIuijjctix OlDce.
HEAD OF BEEF CATTLE.
Bale in lots to suit.
Kahukn, Kan, Hawaii
STOBE TO LET, KING STREET NEAB,
Fort. Apply to
ED. A. WILLIAMS,
Stable Room To Let.
TINE STABLE ROOM TO LET FROM
T 1 to 3 stalls.
ED. A. WILLIAMS.
BIG -:- SHOW
SATURDAY NIGHT I
Tagizawa : Etootog
Never before seen in Honolulu.
Como nnd look nt tbo
Hiwokuti Nochiui Fuku,
Hakoni hni ti Kiyeru,
nud a bundred otbor.
AT THE CORNER OF MERCHANT
AND RICHARDS STS.
B5 Doors opon nt 7, ebow
commences nt 8. Admission as
PINE LACK HORSE, PERFECTLY
I sound. Apply to
ED. A. WILLIAMS.
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