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EVENING BULLETIN ,r JANUARY 4, 189G.
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3 accordance 'with Section 1, Chapter
JJEVI of tho laws of 18S0.
AH parsons holding water privileges or
Ufose paying water rates for tha term end
jg Junn 30, 1890, will bo duo and payable
rt the office of tho Honolulu Water Works,
an tha 1st day of January, 1890. All rates
aeoaining unpaid for fifteen days after they
an dne will be subject to an additional 10
Sates nro payable- at tho office of the
Water Works in the Kapuaiwa Building.
233.141 Supt, Honolulu Water Works.
5 Euepii Bulletii,
DANIEL LOGAN, Editor.
SATURDAY - -JAN. 4, 18.
What in to bo done with the rc
anpttirod opium from Victoria ?
Unconsisteiitly shipped nwny and
aold ognin in countries that do
not regurd till traffic in it as a
jrimo the snme way ns Hawaii
.floes? It is Raid tho stuff is trnsh
ss opium rocs, and it therefore
looks liko a swindle to foist it on
consumers elsowhcro through,
unscrupnVotis Vl'ry"rfi ntn y
pxico. Lot tho wliolo lot and all
other seized stocks of the stuff bo
Burned. This country makes all
ft has a moral right to out of tho
prohibited article by fines upon
vts dealers and possessors.
Senator Halo has introducod a
will to authorizo the accept
inco tho ram Katuhdtn, tho
fBovernuiont having reject
rd tho vessel because of hor
failure to att'iin tho seventeen
inots speod required by the con
tract. This bill is not to bo con
sidered as nn act of antagonism
to tho Exocutivo, that did the
.right thing iu tho matter to avoid
s bad precedent, but the naval
authorities are unanimously of
tSie opinion that the Katahdin is
jr efficient warship. Hor defi
iency in epood is caused by a
peculiarity in tho model, for
which tho builders aro not pro
"Peace" is tho word proclaim
ad in the present crisis from the
loading pulpits of both Amorica
and 'England. The Princo of
.TVales and his heir, together with
Governors of States in the Union,
nd othor dignitaries on both
.lidos of the Atlantic, also pro
nounce for peaco. Tho belliger
ent, uttorancos of Cassius M. Clay
of Kentucky may thoreforo bo put
down as tho produot of Bonile
aberration which will only dam
ago tho honorablo reputation and
?ecord of the old man.
Presidont Cleveland does not
ordor tho issue of bonds by virtue
of any constitutional prerogative
Tested iu him, hut usi-s tho power
conferred upon him by unrepealed
icts of Congress. Before tho last
great bond deal with tho Anglo
American syndicate ho asked
Congress to tako action for the
protection of tho gold roorve, and
upon tho failure of Congress to do
so ho fell buck upon such statu
tory authority as ,Jbo oould find
existent for that purpose.
Heroic measures have been
lakon by the new House of Rep
resentatives to restore the old
Republican tariff, aud at tho samo
iimo uvoid consuming the greater
. part of the sessiun with a fierco
struggle over tho question. The
. jjepnblican majority agreed that
their tariff bill must be swallowed
if1io1o or not at all, and it was
Jboreforo forced through passage
m a few hours. Thero is a big
iick, howovor, from ' tho sugar
tnon opposed to tho trust, becatiso
tho high protection to sugar is
not restored. As a Circuit Court
dooision at New Orloana hos boon
mado in favor of tho legality of
tho bounty( contrary to tho rulings
of. Controller Bowlor, the sugur
tmon may bo oryiDg out brfoiu
thoy nro hurt.
Tho restoration of tho MoKin
ley tariff on wool, if it roducos tho
importations from Australia, will
injuro tho business 'of tho two
American steamships on tho Pa
cific route, as thoy have boon car
rying largo quantities of wool on
every homeward trip lately. Not
withstanding concessions to
woolon manufacturers in tho
tariff, it is doubtful if thoy will
not bo injured more than tho
American wool-growors will bo
helped. But tho avowod object
of tho restnratiou of McKinloyism
being to inuroaso tho revonuo, tho
interests of either wool grow
ers or manufacturers may per
haps cut no figuro in the case.
It is pleasant to hoar the puff
ing of tho steam road roller on
the stroots intersecting tho mado
land abutting uion tho wator
front. MinistoKing has in tho
coarse of hjf! administration im
proved tho marine frontuge of tho
city brjyond recognition from its
former state. Not to mention now
whnrf construction and old wharf
repairs, the approaches to tho
wharves huvo boencouvorted from
sous of dust to mncadamizod sur
faces on streets and opon spaces.
Tho time is coming when tho pub
lic in general will demand tho
removal of tho lumber yards to
admit of crowning city front itn
provemonts with shapely struc
tures for mercantile, manufactur
ing and marine purposes. Then
wo shall liHve a city attractive on
first sight to all who enter it from
WANTS A DUTY ON HUGAIt.
T. Oxnard Tulkw on
Omaha, Decombor 25. H. T.
Oxnard, presidont of tho Amer
ican Boot Sugar Association, said
this evoning: "While Congress
is placing a duty upon so man'
other things why are tho Amer
ican sugar producers not protect
ed? I was surprised to note the
action of tho Ways and MeanB
Committeo in negleoting this fea
ture. Amorioan sugar is pro
duced in tho United States by
rivals of tho trust. The Amorioan
producers aro struggling for ex
istence and an increased duty on
raw sugar is the only praotioal
method of stimulating the indus
try in tho United States.
"Tho duty on refined sugar
helps tho great sugar trust, but
the duty on the raw urticlo assists
the producors of the country gen
erally, and indiroctly tho greut
agricultural interests. A duty of
15 por oont. on both raw and re
fined would holp the American
ueet sugar producers without
benefiting tho trust, since tho
trust must purohaso its raw mate
rial abroad. Tho dangor is that
the Ways and Moans Committeo,
in ignorance of tho truo situation,
will fatally cripple tho rapidly
growing industry of beot sugar
manufactured in tho United
States. The West is vitally in
terested in this uubject."
King Bros, are offering a very
good urtiole in Ebony Wall brock
ets at Frisco prices.
WEEK OF IMIAYEK.
Program fur Morning mid Evening
Ht Central Union Church.
Monday, January Gth "11 a.
m., "Humiliation and Thanksgiv
ing." 1 John, i.; Ps. 81:1.6, Ps.
116:12-19. 7:30 p. m. Prayer
for tho mission in tho Marquesas
and iu Micronosia; loader, Rev.
Tuosday.ll a.m. "Tho Church
Universal," Acts 1:5-8, ,John
17:20-23, Eph. 4:1-10. 7:30 p.
m. Prayor for tho missions in
China and India; leader, Mr.
Wodnesday, 11 a.m "Nutions
and Their Rulers," 1 Tim., 2:1-4;
Mat. 5:10.12, 1 Pet., 2:13;25.
7:30 p. m. Prayor for missions
in Japan; leudor, Bov. Mr. Ciu
lick. Thursday, 11 . in. "Foroign
MifHituiH," Js. 40:1-5, Ph. 67, Rom.
10:11-15 7:80 p. in. Prayor for
missions in Hih Turkish empire
special referoncH to Armenia;
loader, Rev. Douglas P. Birnie.
Friday, 11 a. m. 'Homo Mis
sion," Luke 10:1 2, 14:21-23; la.
60:1-5, Mnrk 9:38-4.0. 7.80 p m.
Prayor for Hawaii noi; leadf-r,
Rov. O. M. Hyde.
Tho public is cordially invited.
TrudoOciirillNorik 1'nrlllr Cnlili.
San Francisco is o-irnetly on
gngod in an endeavor to increase
its trndo with Australia Tho best
possibldl method of doing that
would bo to first urgy tho laying
of a cable from some point on the
Pacific Coast to tho Hawaiian Isl
ands aud hoyond. Talk (by
cable) is not cheap, but would be
found useful in a trade way, and
would immediately result iu.nu
increase in trade. San Diego
But tho 'Tisor goos further and
inadvertently does thn ownors
of the Hawaiian a largo favor,
viz., advortisos it extonsively.
As a consequence, hundreds, who
novor took any particular interest
in tho publication before, will
now bo anxious to purchase a
copy in ordor to eoo what thero is
in it to oxcito bo much comment'.
Ono of tho principal objocts of
the publishers of a newspaper,
magazino or book, is to sell a
large number of copies. The
Advortiser has created a desiro
amongst the people of Honolulu
to find out why this poriodical,i
kapu. So everybody will pur?
chase it and loam ,,,
The little yelpor nl Brito Hall
burns up the Advertiser for tho
sins of tho Gazette Publishing
Company, and again on account
of tho long-wiurjod editorial in
which tho 'I'iser soores tho Ha
waiian Magazino and gives tho
Gazotto Company's re.isons for re
fusing to publish that periodical.
Nevertheless, tho main point is
dodged, and tho fact still remains
that it was right for tho Gazette
Company to refuso to print tho
Hawaiian upon finding that-its
pages nontainod immpral and in
Importer and tlealex
Steel and Iron Ranges,
HAVE YOU TRIED IT?
JUST THE THING FOR BREAKFAST
Cooked IRolled Oats.
Tho original brand.
Different from and botterjlmu any othor brand,
(EST For Bale by oil Lending Grocortu
FRANK 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
gun, 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 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 m 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 the Tribune wheels
direct from the factory and up
to date in every respect.
Hawaiian Hardware Co.
Opposite Sprockols' Bank,
NO. 307 FORT STREET.
KewYe&nlcefl , . .
KAPIOLANI -:- PARK
January 17, 1B3B,.
it Hiotci.e Race; Ono mile handicap, K;0
Hall Trophy ofallvcr uoup turucn.J Vroe
for all. TwcIto entries.
2d Bicycle Race; One-half milo Jnvonile
handicap. Upon to all non-winners
under 10 years.
3d Bicyclk Hace; Fivo milo dash. Ila-
yalinu Hnrdwaro Company's trophy,
value $.15. Kino entries.
Hu-ltoxNiNO Hack; Prizo 5100 Purse.
One-half milo and roreat. Weight
for ago. Four entries,
5th"TnoTnso Race; Prizo 100 Purse. 3
minuto class; milo. heats, host 2 In 3.
For Hawaiian brod horBca. Four
Otk-Tiiurmo Hace; Prizo $10(1 Purse.
2:40 class; 1 milo heats, best 2 in 3.
Freoforull. Thieo entries.
7th-0.sK Shu: Novelty Hujjnixo Hack;
PiizoSIOO. Fiee for ull. First horse
rcHching tho quurtor to roceivo$25.
First hoiso roaching the half to re
ceive S23. First horso reaching tho
' three-quarter to rccolvo 25. First
horso reaching homo to rccolvo $25.
This raco will bo of special interest as it
will allow admittanco oboth long and short
All trotting aud pacing racos, best 2 in 3,
aro to bo governed by tho Hawaiian Jockey
Entries in tho first bicycle raco must bo
nt tho post and ready to start promptly at
1 1. M.
General Admission CO o
Admission to grounds and
grand stand 1 00
Admission to grounds and
lowor stand ..., 75
Quarter stretch badges, ad
mitting to all parts of tho
grounds 2 00
Allcarriagos iusido tho en
closure, each i (X
Programtno with names, colors and own
ors of starters, will bo sold on the grounds
on tho day of rAces.
Special street-car service every 15
S? For furthor information address
P.O. Box 477, Manager.
Eagle -:- House
(Jno. MoLain, Prop.)
Nuuanu Avenue, between Bcrctnnla and Ku
BATES : $9.00 AND S9.50 PER
WEEK FOR BOARD AND
CLEAN, LIGHT AND AIRY
8"" Excellent attendance, wliito
sorvants. Telephone 707. 194-tf
Lands For Sale and Douses
In all purtH of City.
jgy Specialties will bo noted in this space
from time to time.
104-tf Morchant street.
SHALL UNFURNISIIKD COTTAQE IN
n respeotablo neighborhood by a married
couplo, no children. Address
lOi-tf P. O. Box 440.
GEORGE A. DAVIS
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
Honolulu, II. 1.
Office on Kaahumanu street, lately occu
pied by Jlr. Thurston. 104-tf
ALMA COTTAQE, AT WAIKIKI, IS TO
Let, furnished, together with a beach lot.
A MAN WHO CAN THEAD UNEXPEOT
edly upon a piece or coral rock, whllo bath
ing at Walklkl, and not casoupormako any
prolano remarks, must also be able to knock
a mosquito off his noso without hitting that
organ, he will be required to examine a blcy
cla track and tell wfilcu way the wheel was
traveling; call on Brown & Kubev and look
on their now stock Just received per last
For Sale or to Rent.
A desirable dwelling house on
IlassiiiKor street. Apply to
Tho Hawaiian Safe Deposit
and Investment Company1
Fort street. t
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blending of a thrilling roinauco with tho
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MISS ELENORE INGERS0LL
TEACHElt OP THE
Itesidonco with Mrs. E. E. Wall, Borota
nia and Miller stnets.
Address P. O. Box 403. 102-lm
Dr. C. B. Cooper
Has removed his offices and resi
dence to Bruco Cartwrlgut-s pre
mises, corner of Alakea and Be
mL. J.VJr.l.a.w'JLJL -L3X. J
. . . CHOWDER
Royal Hawaiian Hotel
Evory Saturday oyoning, for
PER S. S. "AUSTBALIA."
H. J. Nolte, Proprietor.
OC 1 cj v fiyP i'i 'i
"THE IIAWAIIAK" WILL PAY THE
sum of two liundrod and fifty dollars to any
porson or persons connooted with "The
Paciiio Commercial Advertiser" or tha
Hawaiian Gazotto Company, who will poiiw
out a word or a line of "immoral or inde
cent" matter in tho December number of
The Hawaiian. Judgmont ns tq matter
to bo rondored by tho Now York Herald, (
the Now York Evoning Post, or the New I
York Times. Critloism to Iw submitted in ,
writing to the Editor of Tim Hawaiiak V'
within sixty days from date. '
JDLIEN D. HAYNE,
102-K Editor of Tin Hawaiian,
Aljw.-'.?: JKfi 4mfi.i
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