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EVENING BULLETIN, JUNE 30, 1890.
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In Accordance with Section 1, of Chapter
XXVI of the Laws of 1880:
All persons holding water privileges or
those paying water rates, aro hereby notified
that the water rates for the term ending Dec.
31, IBM, wilt be due and payable at the olllce
ol the Honolulu Water Works, on the 1st day
of July, 1S00.
All rates remaining unpaid for fifteen days
after they are duo will be subject to an addi
tional lU percent.
Hates are payable at the olllce of the Water
Works In the Kapualwa building.
Bupt. Honolulu Water Works.
Honolulu, II. I., June 15, U00. 330 14t
5(7 Evei7ii$ Bulletin
DANIEL LOGAN, Editor.
TUESDAY, JUNE 30, 189G.
It is jnst thirty years this sum
mer since nil America nmlEuropo
were electrified by tho uows thnt
tho broken Atlantic cable had
boon repaired. That Sunday night,
poople of only middle ago can
woll remember, na the town clocks
struck twelve, jubilant pandomo
rium began to rule for soino hours.
"Windows wero smashed by tho
concussion of ennnomfired in tho
stroets, bells in nil tho steoples
rang out wild poals of joy, wkilo
the clamor of gravo business mon
struck with hilarity added to tho
din. Since that night thoro has
been no interruption of telecra
phic communication betweon
America and Europe, and cables
in tho Atlantic have multiplied
until men havo got tired keeping
couut of their number. Yet hero
after the lapse of a generation is
the vast Pacific, from Alaska to
Auetralasin, from tho golden
Occident o tho jeweled Orient,
still waiting for a single electric
cord of communication between
thoso shores teeming with human
life and bustling with their mutu
al commerce. In this matter the
countries most directly interested
have certainly been asleep
through all the roar of the car of
progress swelling on tho ear from
every shoro throughout these
Lately tho Agents-General of
tho Colonies waited upon Sir Mi
chael Ilieks-Boaob, Chancellor of
tho Exchequer, to ask that the
Finance Act should bo so amend
ed that incomes derived from in
vestments in tho Colonies should
not bo subject to incomo tax both
in Groat Britain and tho Colonies.
Sir Michael told tho petitioners
thut tho abolition of tho double
income tax would involve a loss to
tho revenue of nearly 82,500,000 a
year, and, in tho course of an ad
dress at tho Colonial Institute
lator, ho explained that tho British
tax was levied on incomo regard
less of tho nature or of tho locality
of tho property whence it was de
rived. Ho maintained that it was
equitable to collect tho doublo tax
from a person who possessed pro
perty in one country and spent
his income in another. The prin
ciple here enunciated by tho Brit
ish Chancellor may appropriately
be applied to tho cases of porsonB
sponding abroad tho incomo of
property in Hawaii. Such incomo
should bo sweated by our tax
gatherers bofore it goes put of this
A ministerial statement has been
rnado to tho Erenoh Chamber of
Deputies that tho annexation of
Madagascar was necessary, other
wise Great Britain and the United
States would insist that the com
mercial treaties concluded by tho
Hova (native) Government with
thoso countries should bo main
tained. Hero is a hint for Ha
waiian statesmen who ure holding
oflioo under tho most solemn obli
gations to efl'oot annexation ut tho
earliest possible moment. Cannot
they work up a situation that will
mako it n necessity for tho United
States to annex tho islands?
It iB as cortain as tho cycles of
timo that horseless carriages will
soon bo a common moans of travel
and probably of freight traffio on
common streets and roads.
Sovoral varieties of thorn havo
rocontly been exhibited in Lon
don, with, according to good
authority, ovory nocossary ovi
donco of economical utility.
Whether Honolulu will bo up to
date with these new products of
civilization, as it was with tho
telophone and almost with tho
oloctric light, romains to bo seon.
An English general trado perio
dical predicts that tho production
of horseless carriages will vory
shortly become an enormous now
If thero is anything in tho bal
ance of trade theory, Groat Bri
tain with her froo trado does not
seoni to bo doing too badly. In
tho month of May her imports
decreased about $7,000,000, while
her exports increased $2,340,000
in round numbers.
Like a big daily nowspapor
thoro is enough in tho coming
Fourth celebration to suit all
tastes. Nobody will, bo able to
take in everything, but everybody
can tako his choice '
The Most Jkautiftil Women . , .
. . . Also the Homeliest
USE DRIFTED NOW FLOUR.
Ask Your Grocer Vor It.
"Tho way of the transgressor
is hard," but tho man who drinks
plenty of Seattle beer at tho Crite
rion will loso all desire to trans
gross the lawB.
8. S. CO.
The meeting of the Sharpshooters' Com
pany atl urtlsid for this (Tuesday) evening Is
Indefinitely postponed. 313-lt
It has come to my ears that certain scan
dalous reports are being circulated about
town relative to myself. I hereby give notice
that I shall prosecute the circulators to tho
fullest extent ot tho Ian- If this does not
31.1-2t JAS.W: TRICE.
4th OP JULY
Best decorated bicycle.... $ 15.00
Best combination of two or
more bicycles 15.00
Second best decorated bi
cycle.... t 10.00
Third best decorated bi
Fourth beat decorated bi
cycle .' 2.50
Fifth best d ecorated bicycle 2.50
Sixth best decorated bicyclo 2.50
Seventh best deporated bi
Special Committee Chas.
Crane, D. Crozior.
Best decorated float $ 50.00
Most original float 50.00
Not Iosb than two entreis in
Special Committee on Floats
T. B. Murray.
HACKS OH LIVEItV VEHICLES AND
Boat decorated $ 20.00
Second best decorated 10.00
No less than five entries.
Special Committee "W. II.
BUSINESS AND DELIVERY WAGONS
Best decorated rig $ 20.00
Second best decorated rig. . 15.00
Third best decorated rig.. 10.00
Fourth best decoratod rig . . 5.00
Special Committee "W. H.
THE GLORIOUS FOURTH.
TRIBUNE WHEELS AND
BLUE FL'AAE OIL
This is the time of the year
when we naturally expect the
eagle to scream and flap his
wings, -over the great" and
glorious American Republic
across the water. This is all
right and a very proper pro
ceeding for an old bald-headed
rooster eagle which is one
hundred and twenty years old
and is supposed to have attain
ed years of discretion and
to know a thing or two.
An effort is being made to
get a scream or two out of the
Hawaiian eagle, but it is such
a short time since he was
hatched out that his scream
will not amount to much in
comparison with the older
bird's, and as for flapping his
wings he can't very well do
that until they get beyond the
We have got a young eagle,
however, of our own and you
ought to hear him scream over
Ruby Dexter's victory on the
Tribune wheel last Saturday.
Our eagle knows a thing or
two. He knows the Tribune is
the safest, best and handsomest
wheel in the city. Don't be
persuaded into buying any
wheel until you have examined
the merits of the Tribune; all
the champion races in Hawaii
have been won on this wheel,
showing conclusively that it is
Our eagle is also screaming
over the merits of the Blue
Flame Oil Stoves, for which
we are sole agents of the
Hawaiian Islands. We have
just received a fresh supply of
these economical and con
venient stoves by the Australia
and sold one yesterday while
they were being unpacked.
They are smokeless, odorless
and just the thing for this
Call in and hear our eagle
scream and incidentally take a
look at the many useful and
ornamental articles we have on
hand at prices to suit every
household and every purse.
Hawaiian Hardware Co.
Opposite Sprockols' Bank,
NO. 307. FORT STREET,
The Bulletin vory kindly
I noticed our now department
in its columns of last wook,.
and already the number of
orders for this kind of work,
convinces us thut thoro has
been pressing need for such
work in this city.
"Without making tho slightest
brag on tho kind of work our
engraver is ablo to do, we feel
so certain that wo can please
tho over particular that thero
will bo no longer any oxcuso
for sonding away for your
cards, or for any of tho liner
ombossiug work, which you
have boon compelled to do up
td tho presont moment.
& Will lin fnnnrl fr lin
Our stationery tho latest and
finest in use. Wo will keep
posted on ovory now wrinkle
in tho work and you can Test
assured that any work turned
out by ub will bo correct and
the kind you won't be ashamed
Will you keep this work at
home by placing your orders
with us? You save thn expense
of mailing, to Bay nothing of
the long wait, bo lot us do your
1 H. F.Wicliman
Now Then, My
Little Man !
To Got You One of Thoso
Mado out of Washable Duck
Cloth. Just the thing for this
Climate for Juvenile Boys,
ages 4 to 8, and tho Price is
$1.75 to $3.00 per SUIT
I. LEVINGSTON, - - - Manager,
Waverloy Block, Hotel Street.
S3TSUITS MADE TO ORDER
Clearance Sale !
Commencing Wednesday, July ial,
kWou . 2 WEEKS ONLY
To make room for New Goods, all of my
8tock of Merchandise BELOW C03T.
GENTLEMEN'S SultB. SlilrtB, IlaU, Blioes,
Neckties, Underwear, ttc, nt bargains,
LADIE3' Muelln, Linen, Grass ClotU.Sllk,
Hats, allocs, Underwear, etc., In ?rcat
variety at prices that will astonish you.
CniLDUENtJ' Complete Suits, etc., almost
gl en away.
I3f Como early and get your tholce.
407-0 King Bt., near Castle & Cooke.
jfew Arrivals ii Our
Whito Linen Tablo Damask, good quality.
White Linen TAble Covers with Napkins to match.
- White Linen Bed Sheeting, 90 inch, at $l!.50 per yard.
Whito Linen for Pillow Cases, 45 inch, 00c per yard.
Fine White Linen, 86 inch, GOc per ynrd.
Red Tablo Damask, GOc nnd 70c per yard. '
White Damask Tablo Covers with lied- Bonders, $1.50
nnd 1.75 a pietce.
Whito Damask Doilies, $1.50 a dozen.
White Damask Doilies with Red Border 7S and $1.25 a
B. P. Elilers & Co., Fort Street
Hr a. frss$ wffim- t-ysssh Ass-
That Speak for Themselves, Don't Need. Any Backing Upi.
THE SECRET. Get the best for tho lenst money.
WHERE 1 From us.
kWHY 1 Because (we can do it.
HOW? By buying- tor cash in lagp quanmties.
YOU, of court o, can get along without. us but wo think you'll
find acquaintance with us profitable.
The Manufacturers' Shoe Co.,
13ig- Shoe Store. Port Street.
Line of .
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Castle & Cooke
Our advertisements in the--daily
papers attracb moco
wanters than we know what
to do with at times, but .they
are- indulgeY.& with wf-riP
they cannot bo waited or.
minute they get in the stoiu
there are attractive bits, of
crockery and glassware to
occupy their attention for a
few minutes. It's tho shoppers
and buyers that make us
happy. If the rush continue
the force of clerks will bo
enlarged. Advertising suits us.
j If it is a steak or a chop,
jit's all tho better for broiling,
if you have the right sort of
broiler. Tho Unique is tho
one that broils both sides with
least trouble. No danger of
burning fingers with a Unique.
Every housewife uses raisins
to a degree in cooking; tho
bother has been in the seeding.
An Automatic seeder will seed
a pound in five minutes and
all tho machine costs is a
dollar and a half.
The Columbia Egg Beater
goes to you for a quarter.
Another stylo works quicker
and has a graduating glass;
costs GO cents, but it is worth
Tho patent chimney cleaner
cleans the glass at one move
ment of the hand and prevents
possibility of breakage. Don't
cost much, but it's worth a
Von Holt Building.
NOTARY PUBLIC and TYPEWRITER v.
OrriCK: 209 Morclmnt street, Campbell
Blook rear of J. O. Carter'- olllce. P. O.
tin ta ojn.ti