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EVKMNG iJULLKTlN, JULY 7, 18JHJ.
WILL BD KEOEtVKD AT THE OFFICE
of the Minister of the Iutorlor till 12 o'clock
noon of TFIUllSpAy, July 30, 1800, for
the construction of a Koiul from Makeno to
PUus nail 8iociHcAtlon oinbcseenat
tho Offlco of the Superlntondout of 1'ublio
Works, and also tit the Offlco of tho Sheriff
Tho Mlnistor does not bind himself to
accept the lowest or nny bid,
J. A. KING,
Minister of the Interior.
Intorior Offlco, Jaly "th, 1890. 3S4-31
ME. WILLIAM A. HESSE ALL HAS
tills day been appointed Notary Public for
the First Judicial Circuit of the Hawaiian
J. A. KINO,
Minister of tho Interior.
Interior Offlco, July 0, 1890. 348-.1t
6f?t? Eveiii$ Bulletii),
DANIEL LOGAN, Editor.
TUESDAY, JULY 7, 1S.
President Cleveland 1ms writteu
n letter of warning against the
adoption of a silver platform by
the Democratic convention at
Chicago. Iu conclusion ho says
lie has no highor ambition thun
to retire to tho ranks of tho party.
A symposium of opinions on the
letter, collected from leading men
of various parties, is ex
tremely varied as to tho siguifi'
cunce of tho letter, especially its
)0i-3onal conclusion. Borne say it
moans that, in the event of a sil
ver platform, Cleveland will either
not vote at all or else vote the lle
publicuu ticket. Others read be
tween tho lines a clear intimation
that Cleveland is willing to head
a revolt from the patty upon a
Democratic gold platform. The
latter viow is not at all inconsis
tent with the phrasoology of tho
lotter. Clovolaud would poll a
hoavy vote if the issue should bo
gold and silver. Ho is sounder
in his record on that question
It would have baon tho right
thing, and in accordance with in
variable procedent, for tho Execu
tive to have been represented at
tho American ball on the ovo of 1
tho Fourth, whothor tho function
was otlicial or unofficial. The
foreign diplomatic and consular
corps wore fully represented, as
on all similar occasions, as well as
throe national vessels of throe for
eign countries in port. There is
no need to make a fuss about tho
matter now, as nobody bolieves
that the slight was intentional.
Still, it would bo graceful on tho
purt'of the Executive to candidly
acknowledge its inadvertent over
sight, which would put an end to
tho ridiculous attempts to show
that there was roally no reason
why tho Executivo should have
been represented on tho occasion.
According to latest advices,
Iitissia continues to push hor ad
vantages iu the Oriont, gained
through hor abrupt intervention in
the peace sottlemout between Japan
and China. Tho English in that
quarter are pluming themselves
on the exposure of "a deep laid
v Russian plot to secure navy sup
plies by way of Chofoo on tlio
assumption that tho right was part
of .Russia's pay for its friendly
intervention to prevent Japan's
securing thoLiaotung peninsula."
"England is very joalous of prior
rights on a stretch of shore line at
Ohefoo, and tho basis of Russia's
alleged claim would, in its nature,
mako Japan a ready second to
England in opposing tho Russian
Still tho whool conquers.
Tho ComraiBHionor of Public
"Works in Now York city announ
ces that ho is goiug to proceed, as
fast as tho money at his disposal
will permit, to lay down asphalt
h t ( 4.
bioyolo tracks next tho curbs in
ovcry street that haM Btono pavo
mouts. What is needed in Hono
lulu is a regulation to mako
wheols kcop on tho right sido of tho
road wherever tho going is good
on that sido. A similar rule
should havo boon adopted for
horse vohiclos long ago. It would
save collisions, and mako tho
ntreots wear moro ovonly.
Under tho recent decision of
tho Supreme Court, all authenti
cated claims for BUgar bounty in
tho United Slates woro to bo paid
forthwith. Tho amount required
was moro than five and a quarter
million dollars, which, if all tho
claims were paid by July 1, would
incroaso tho deficiency of tho fis
cal year to about $30,000,000. This
sort of protection to BUgar is a
sword that will cut both ways in
tho presidential election.
niniNK IV TONKIN.
rjvo .Million lcnile Hnlit to bo Stnrv
lux In tlic Colony.
Eecont mail advices from Japan
report nearly half tho 10,000,000
population of tho French provinco
of Tonkin, Southern China, starv
ing to death. Subscriptions are
being raisod there for tho benefit
of tho sufferers. Tho Governor
General has headed the list with
a donation of $500. The misery
of tho people is described as ter
rible. Tho home government has au
thorized n lonn for urgent public
workB in tho colony, and pres
sure has been brought to bear up
on tho Governor-General to tike
those publio works in hand at
onco and so givo employment to
multitudes in danger of death
from hunger. It is pointed out
that subscriptions are of little
avail in succoring from 4,000,000
to 5,000,000 of starving people.
Rendered desperate by want the
populace may bo driven to not,
murder and pillage, embarrassing
the Government and raising grave
political dangers, should tho poli
cy of drift bo followed to the neg
lect of relief work.
Clemency on tlio Fourth.
Tho Fourth of July was signal
ized by a number of acts of execu
tive clemency, on the recommend
ation of the Council of State given
tho previous day. For good con
duct while out on parole, tho fol
lowing political prisoners were
granted o full pardon : T. B.Walk
or, John S. Kaaua, Kawika Liilii,
Charles "Warren aud Josiah Kiui.
Pardons woro granted Hapa
unii, Maximo D'Leon, Ah
Chan, Keaue, Susa Muraniota
and Kalealemauna. Tho sen
tences of Masuda and Otsuka woro
Thoro wero two arrests this
morning, ono nativo for assault
ing a Cliiucso and auother for
non-payment of taxes.
Mlt. MORIU8 K. KEOEOKALOLE
will bo at my office between 8 aud 0 a. m.
to tninsaot busiuesH dining my absence
fioin tho city.
384-tf II. V. MURRAY, JI.D.
The General Committoo of the
Hawaiian Fourth of July Cele
bration will meet at tho drill
Bhed at 7:30 THIS TUESDAY
J. "W. JONES, Chairman.
The Parado and Saluto Com
mittee of tho Hawaiian Fourth
of July Celebration will moot at
tho drill shed at 7 o'clock THIS
318 It PER ORDER.
Eleotion of Officers.
AT A MEETING OF THE STOCK
holder of the Miiknlin Cnffro Company,
held July 0, 18U0, the following ottlcors
President : W II IIoogH
Vice-l'iesidont F B McStooker
Trrusurer. J A Low
yeoiotary ,.J S Walker
Auditor ,W G ARhley
Board of Directors W II Hoogs, F B
MotooUr, J A Low. J S Walker, W G
Ashley aud Frank Huptace.
J. S. WALKER,
381 3t Seaetury.
THE GLORIOUS FOURTH,
TRIBUNE WHEELS AND
BLUE FLAAE 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 Sprookols' Bank,
NO. 307 FORT STREET.
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Tho Bulletin very kindly
noticed our now dopartmout
in its columns of last week,
and already tho number of
orders for this kind of work,
convinces us that there has
been pressing need for such
wuik iu iuibuiij.
"Without making tho slightest
brag on tlio kind oc worn our
engraver is able to do, we feel
so certain that wo can plcaso
tho over particular that there
will bo no longer any oscuso
for Bonding away for your
cards, or for any of tho liner
ombossiug work, which you
havo been compelled to do up
to tho prosont moment.
Will bo found to bo
Our stationery tho latest and
finest iu use. Wo will keep
posted on ovory now wrinkle
in tho work and you can rest
assured that any work turned
out by us will bo correct and
tho kind you won't bo ashamed
Will you keop this work at
homo by placing your orders
with ns? "xou savo the expeuso
of mailing, to say nothing of
the long wait, so let us do your
H. F. Wiclmiaii
Auction Sales by Jas. F. Morgan.
On Waikiki Road
TO-MORROW, July 8th,
AT 12 O'CLOCK NOON,
At my 80esroon , Queen Street, I will sell
at l'ublio Auetiou, it not previously
disposed ot at i.rivnto stile,
22 HOMESTEAD SITES
On tho Wmkiki Howl,
BoiriR i Subdivision of tlio Property for
merly occupied by O V Mncfarlune, Esq.
14 Sites Ajacent 10 the Above,
And facing ou the Wnikiki Itonil find
John r.nti Road Thu John Eim Itoad is
now being widonod to 60 feet.
The purahaser has the option of three
pi mis :
Second One Third Cosh; balance on
mortgage nt 8 per cent.
Third Payments on tho Installment
plnn as agreed, say $50 Cash, and balance
$15 per month.
Ei?" Maps at my Salesroom, whero nil
paiticulars cun bo obtained.
JAS. F. MORGAN,
To bo Bold at cost, To close
up consignment. - -
Reduced From ,
SIIO.OO to S7C.OO,
To mako quick salo.
Wall, Nichols Co:
On oocount of doparturo I hereby ro
quest nil accounts due mo to be paid by
3 18.3s A. M. MELLIB.
jta Arrivals ii Our
Whito Linen Tabic Dantnsk, good quality.
Whito Linon Table Covers with Napkin to match.
Whito Linen Bed Sheeting, DO inch, nt $1'.50- per yard.
Whito Linen for Pillow Cases, 45 inch, GOo pen yard.
Pino Whito Linen, 30 inch, f0c per yard.
Red Table Damask. GOo and 70c per yard.
Whito Damask Table Covers with Hod Borders, $1.50
and $1.75 a piece.
White Damask Doilies, $1.50 a dozen.
White Damask Doilies with Red Border 75o-and $1.25 a
B. F. EMers & Co., Fort Street
That Speak for Themselves, Don't Need Any Backing Up.
THE SECRET. Get tho best for tho least money.
WHERE? From us.
WHY ? Because wo can do it.
HOW? By buying, for cash in large quantities
YOU, of course, can get along without us, but we think you'll
fmd acquaintance with us profitable.
The Manufacturers' Shoe Co.,
33i- Shoe Store. DFovt Street.
Line of "
Gastle k Cooke
Our advertisements in tho
daily papers attract more
wanters than we know what
to do with at times, but the'
are indulgent with us and if
they cannot bo waited on tho
minute they get in the store
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 continues
tho force of clerks will be
enlarged. Advertising suits us.
If it is a steak or a chop,
it's all tho better for broiling,
if you have tho right sort of
broiler. Tho Unique is the
ono that broils both sides with
least trouble. No danger of
burning fingers with a U.nique.
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.
Tho Columbia Egg Beater
goes to you for a quarter.
Anothor stylo works quicker
and has a graduating glass;
costs 60 cents, but it is worth
The patent chimney cleaner
cleans tho glass at ono move
ment of the hand and prevents
possibility of breakago. Don't
cost much, but it's worth a
Von Holt Building.
j N. FERNANDEZ,
iHOTARY PUBLIC and TYPEWRITER
I OF";Ei 203 Merchant street, Campbell
niook fioar of J, O. CArter1 0HCe. l O.
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