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Vol. 1. No. 33G.
HONOLULU, H. I., MONDAY, JUNE 22, 1896.
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Tolcphono 250. P. O. Box 89.
B. L FINNEY, Manager.
Auction Sales by Jit8. F. Morgan.
On Waikiki Road
On WEDNESDAY, July 8,
AT 12 O'CLOCK HOON,
At my SalosrooiD, Queen Street, I will sell
ut l'nblio Auctlnu, if not pievlously
disposod of nt privato boIo,
22 HOMESTEAD SITES
On the Waikiki Road,
Being a S:illiUiou of the Property 'for
merly occupied by O Vf Macfiirlaue, Esq.
14 Silcs Ajacciit to the AIotb,
And facing on the Waikiki Iload aud
John Una ltoad The John Ecu lload U
now being widened to CO fteU
The purchaser has tin option of tluce
Second One -Third Cash; balance on
mortgage at 8 per cent.
Third Payments on tlio Installment
plan us agreed, say $50 Cash, aud balance
il5 per month.
VST Slaps at my Salesroom, where all
particulars can be obtained.
JAS. F. MORGAN,
" Come to Me Sweet
Marie," is the name
of a song.
Come to mo and get a
Qood White ghirt
JPov 50 Cents,
Laundried and ready to wear,
is the name of my song, and
when you get into the store I'll
sing you another song about
that will mako your heart boat
with happiness. . . .
Bu I'll bo ready for business in
my Now Store "The Kasii" in tho
Wavorley Block, s
On Nuliirtlii). Juno 'JOIli.
T, LEVIMSTON, - - - Manager,
KJT My naok does not tip in this man
ner, no matter how weighty tho load.
,u ALL NIGHT
H,aek No. 14
VST TELEPHONE 176jbs
Sluad: Bethel aud King sin ots.
In scenrdnnce itU Section 1, of Chapter
XXV t ol t lie Laws of 18SC-
All persons holding water privileges or
those pnlng water rates, nre hereby notified
that the wutcr rate for the term ending Dec.
31, ib'Jil, w lit be duu and pajablc at thu olllce
ol the Honolulu Water Works, on the 1st day
of July, 1890.
All rates remaining unpaid for fifteen days
after they arc duo will be subject to an addi
tional lu portent.
Hates ai e payable at tho olllce of tho Water
Work In the Kapualwa Uuildlng.
Supt. Honolulu Wuttr Works.
.Honolulu, H.'I , Juno 15, ISUt). - .WUt
It has been the wonder of
dealers hero what becomes of
all of the stoves imported to
Honolulu. Every vessel arriv
ing brings from one to eighty
(ours is the oighty lot), and
very few of the stove men
have old stock.
"By our introduction of tho
''Jewel" Stoves and Ranges
the importation of stoves will
ditnin'sh, at the end of two
years. We say two years, be
cause by that time all other
makes of stoves will have
burnt or rusted out and
their places will bo taken by
I ARr.reTQTniP Dl AMTIUTUrurnninl
We believe our $12 Jewel
Stove is better than any on
tho market, as it has tho
Largo Wide Ovens, Quick
Handsome Carved Ornamenta
tion in latest design.
Tin Lined Hoat Retaining Oven
Largo Broad Oven Suolf and
Nickeled Oven Door Panols
and Towol Rod.
Largo End Wood Feed Door.
Long Continuous Fire Box for
Broad Smooth Hoarth Plate.
Heavy Covers and Centers.
Out Long Conter that will not
Rods protected from contact
Out Top Plato that will not
Kiokors for opening Oven Door
Has ovory essential feature for
a servicoablo stove.
Von Holt Building.
Clearance Sale !
Comrnsncing WfldnaaSajr, July 1st,
2 WEEKS ONLY
To mako room for New Goods, nil of my
Stock of Merchandise 11EL0W COST.
OEN'TLEMEN'S Suits, Shirts, Hats, Shoe,
Neckties, Underwear, etc., at bargains.
LADIES' Muelin, I.lnui, (Iraes Cloth, Silk,
Hats, fehoua, Underwear, etc., In great
variety at prices that will astonish jou,
CHILDREN'' Complete Suits, etc., almost
J3F" Como early and get your choice.
407-U King St., uear Castle & Cooke.
fl Cure DYSPEPSIA,
P Cure BILIOUSNESS,
I Curs CONSTIPATION, .
j Cucc 5ICK IIEADACrlE.
Are Purely Vegetable,
Are Sugar Coated,
Are Mild but Effective.
- Good (or the Stomach,
Good for the Liver,
Good for the Bowels.
THERE ARS NO OTHER PILLS
SO GOOD A3
Highest Ava'da t fno World's
Hollister Drug Co., Ltd.
Bolo Agents for tho Republic of Hawaii.
Having engaged a Firat-ola?s
Paiuter from tho Coast we
proposo to mako
a specialty and to guarantoo
Hawaiian Carriage M'fg
No. 70 Quoon Stroet. 336-121
JUNE 27th, 1896.
I'erroriiinuco IIcrIiii at M.
Tickets $1 and 50c
On Sale at Bonson, Smith & Co., THUItS.
DAY, at 0 n. in.
ity Feed Store,
Old Armor', Uercttmla Sts.
L, H. Dee & Co.
Now Consignment of
Hay, Grain and Feed
Per 8. Q. Wilder. A large consignment
expected by ship Stiubuok from Portland.
FlnB Family Flour, Ropod BaladHny,
Also, 2 Surreys aud 1 Phaeton.
PAKTIES ItUQUIltlNQ PU11E
Italian Bees or Queens
t3W Apply to
E. W. JORDAN,
1 I A. N O !
It. Boat Condition. Inquire of
310-tf norrSOHLAEGElt ic CO.'S.
THE TWO FOURTHS CLASH
niVlSIO.V OF OI'IMON IX THE
rrutt-Ht aiiulo Au-ln. Priipnkltloii to J
IM.icolhi'MiorM lolJuM.'iv.llt ,K
tlio HiiNtalliin Hull liiy.
rtirsutint to ntljonrumout the
geuoml comiuittoe appointed for
tho colobrntiou of tho Fourth of
July at th moftitif,' called by
Consul Geiiorul Ivlillo mot ngain
on Saturdny evening tit the
Arlington Hotel. Reports wore
recoived from tho Bub-conimittces
A progrnm for the literary ex
ercises nt Imlpppudoticg Pnrk wns
submitted. Tlioso will bo in tho
usunl order, Consul Goitornl Mills,
as noting Charge d'Affnires of tho
United States, to preside, on ora
tion to bo dolivored, tho Declara
tion ot Independence read aud
patriotic songs rondored.
Peoplo wishing to hold picnics
will havo tho uso of tho Park for
that purposo, whilo lunch will bo
served in tho dining hall at a
It was decided nftor discussion
to hold a ball on tho evo of tho
Fourth, and tho following special
committeo was appointed to carry
it out: T. F. Lansing, Dr. M. E.
Grossmani E. F. Bishop, AY. P.
Poyd, AV. F. Dillingham and
Captain Paul Smith.
J. "W. Jouos arose, just aB tho
matter of appropriations w as about
to bo considered, and said at tho
retjuest of a number of Hawaiian
citizons ho moved that tho pro
grams for tho American and tho
Hawaiian colobrations bo com
bined as folio wh:
July 1, 18IKJ. I July i, isy3.
encc. (July Srd) Dance.
Republic or Hawaii.
This movo excited opposition at
ouco and there was a warm dis
cussion. F. 13. McStockor doubted tho
advisability or tho authority of
that committee in taking such
action, but said ho was willing to
abide by what tho meeting should
A. V. Gear insisted that this
committee had boon -appointed
at an American mooting
to got up an Amorican
colobiation. They should perfect
a program as such. XI a commit
teo on a Hawaiian colobration
should bo formed after tho ad
journment of that meeting it
would bo all right, and arrange
ments could thon bo mado for tho
co-operation of the Hawaiian com
mitteo to a certain oxtont.
After further discussion, into
which a now question of natural
ization of aliens was imported, a
volo was tnken resulting in thir
teen for tho motion and niuo
Mr. Gear thon left tho room, and
was followed by Dr. J. S. Mc
Grow, who Avas ohairman of tho
general mooting of Ammicans.
Tho committeo thon votod S1700
for tho oxponsos of tho celebra
tion. A proposition to mako a balloon
asconsion on tho Fourth was ro
coived from Mr. Price and laid on
Tho mattor referred to tho com
mitteo by tho gouornl committeo,
of forming a Fourth of July As
sociation, was noxt discussed, tho
result being tho passago of tho
following amended resolution:
"Resolved, That the duties of
all Fourth of July committees bo
continuous and tho committeo
shall bo called bytho chairmau at
least five wooks boforo tho follow
ing fourth of July."
Dr. J. S. McGrow and A. V.
Goar havo sinco handed in their
resignations from tho committee
aud othor resignations may follow.
PUBLIC IMPROVEMENTS FAMOUS IN MANY LANDS 41
I'uosriXTs or ax kahi.y iikhiihi.
tiox or V.'OItK.
Tlio IwlliI I.iumdrlr nml IHi.montl
l!,n,l i.lirlit IIoiim lo 1m Ciiik
lilfteil rirxl TIic I'lrv. Station
Minister King told a Bulletin
reporter today that about Sl.00,
000 of tho money obtained from
tho issuo of bonds authorized by
tho Provisional Government stiil
remains in tho treasury, about
8-15,000 of which is npw availablo
for immediato uso under tho old
appropriation bill. It will be ap
plicable principally to now school
houses, lauudnes, lighthouses aud
minor improvements, on which
wprk has in sorap instances al
ready commonced. Tho now
laundries at lwiloi will bo about
tho lirst job finished up and tho
new lighthouse at Diamond Head
will also bo erected at once.
Tho romaiuing S35,000 comes
under tho now appropriation bill
but it will not bo expended until
tho suceoss of tho now loan is as
sured. If Minister Damon brings
buck such an assurance today it
is likely work will bo coinmoncod
on tho now Contral Fire Station
at onco, as that is one oE the most
nocessary of tho improvements
provided for in tho now appropri
ation bill. Ministor King says as
soon as tho Government is satis
fied the now loan will bo taken up,
a commencement will bo made ou
some of the public works pro
vided for with tho money remain
ing on hand from tho provious
loan. Minister Damon is duo on
tho Australia today and it is fully
expected ho will havo mado tho
nocessary arrangements to place
tho S855,000 of 5 per cont bonds
authorized to bo issued for public
improvements to be mado before
the meeting of tho noxt Legisla
ture. POr.ICT. COUllT ITK.MS.
Nix JInutli Hard I.nbor Tor
In Judge do la Vorgue's court
this morning J. Kuhauanui plead
ed guilty of being an habitual
vagrant and was given six months
ut hard labor.
Two drunks paid tho usual fine
of $2 and cosIb.
"V. P. Hickey pleaded guilty to
two charges of profanity, tho lirst
of whioh cost him a dollar and
the second four times that sum
with costs added in both casos.
Kum Chan was fined S5 and
costs on u plea of guilty of soiling
foroign merchandise without a
Nahole,a prostitute who neglect
ed to rogistor and bo examined
undor tho law affecting hor class,
was given GO days in which to
meditato on man's inhumanity
and tho woes of females general-
Tho case of Mary A. Rose,
charged with malicious iujnry,
was ended by tho granting ot a
motion to dismiss. Tho squabble
was over a water right and tho
case has takon nearly two days to
Yong Tni and Ohu Fong Loong
woro lined 30 oaoh for having
opium in possession.
Sovon Chinese gambling cases
wcro nollo pros.'d.
'I lie .lli'xlcnn Mmi-or-Wur.
II. Konjos, who represents tho
Mexican government at this port,
is making otousivo pioparations
to rocoivo the ollicors of tho Zura
gossa, tho Mexican man-of-war
which is expected horo bomo time
this weok. Tho vossol is ono of
tho old stylo of war ships and ro
sombles tho Japaneso training
ship Kongo, well known in these
Biblo class at Y. M. O. A. this
evening, Juno 22nd, at 7:30 p.m.
Subject: "The boginning. of
Christ's Ministry and tho lamp
tutiou." All young nion aro in
ITEMS IM TIIK ClltKl.lt UF llt0 .tJB
i'isiii:k tiii: I'Ai.Nrrn. "Pffln
Coinri I'rtiiti a AoMt I 'a ml I r llnl , ;-lJDf
I)UlIit(uln!ica ZMpIU la (hi) hJtU
Ifiiltcd Sltoi. .H
Hugo Fisher, the celebrated
painter who is now sojourning in
Honolulu, is a native of Klndno,
Bohomia, whero he received his
elomoutary education in tho city
of Prague, outering tho art insti
tute thero ot tho ago of fourtoen.
Mr. Fishor is a descendant of an
illustrious family, his grandmother
boing tho Countess Bohukinsky,
whilo his father bore tho title of
Baron. Tho latter, Felix Xavier
Fishor, was an artist of repute
throughout Bohemia and Hunga
ry, and his son received iustruc
tion from him for several years,
coming to America with him in
his twentieth year.
Continuing his studio3 in the
Slates Mr. Fisher soon acquired
a high placo in the estimation of
Amorican artists aud art con
noisseurs, and during tho pnst
two decades hos travoled oxton
sivoly throughout tho country,
locating in California Bovoral
years ngo. Ho established a
largo class in San Francisco, hav
ing as studonts Mrs. Gov. Pacheco
and Mrs. Bryce, wife of tho
mayor of Now Orleans. His
pictures docorate tho drawing
rooms ot many of tho finest man
sions of tho cities of Sau Fran
cisco and Now York, such as
those of tho Crockers, Gov. Per
kins, Mmo Alboni, tho famous
prima donna, und Mrs. lOnpt.
Johusou, who was known nil over
Europo and America as a col
lector of fine works of art.
Mr. Fisher speaks Russian,
Gorman and English lluently,
besides his native tonguo. Ho
proposes to make an extensive tour
of tho Islands, especially Hawaii,
painting n number of viows ot
tho glorious scenery of that
picturesque portion of tho group.
A Kick front Adiiiiii Z.mto.
Residents along Adams Lane
complain of the constant ilow of
water down that thoroughfare,
which comes from the hydrant at
Monsarrat'B corner at which a ono
horso water cart takes its water,
Whilo filling up tho barrel thero
is a constant wasto of water run
ning out of tho sprinkler and tho
hydrant connections resulting in
a stream of water which runs
down as far as Hotel street, to tho
groat annoyance of thoso who livo
and havo business ou Adams lane.
Both hydrant and sprinkler need
I'ror. Lyon' Theory.
Prof. Lyons has a theory in
connection witlr tho recent tidal
waves whioh may bo tho correct
ono. His idea is that tho mtivos
woro of local origin and woro
caused by a volcanic oruption at
Bomo point off tho coast of
Hawaii, It is his opinion that
tho lava from tho recent outbreak
of Milium Loa has found a vent
under tho sea and its sudden
bursting forth caused tho tidal
wave. If tho wavo had como from
Japan it would surely havo been
noticed by tho Gaelic nnd Charles
ton. The I'rco KliHlcrKiirtrii.
Tho Froo Kindergarten Associ
ation expect to ongngo a training
teachor from Chicago, to begin
hor work next Soptonibor. There
should bo at least tou iu tho class.
All who would hko a course in
Kindergarten training aro .re
quested to make application as
noon as possiblo to Mrs. 0. M.
Hyde, 122 Borotania street, or by
tolophono, No. 929. Thoso who
will agroo to act as assistants in
tho various Kiudorgartons, will
huvo tho instruction iu tho
Training Class froo of charge.
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