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EVRHJNG BULLETIN, JANUARY G. 1897.
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January 17, 1897, falllnR on Bun
day, batunlay, January 10, 1S97, will
bo observed utt a National Holiday
and nil Government OMces through
out tilt Republic will be cloied on
that day. J. A. KING,
Minister of the Interior.
Intel lor Onioc, December 81, 1S90.
Jm nccordanoe itli Hcctifti I, of Clinjitur
XXXVI ol the Lmvi of lSSGs
All pennn hMd'tig wnlor iiri "IIcroh or
Ihnsi pjinh' ' r T'lte- nro hereby imtl-fli-d
lb.it Hi.- nan rut 'nr tlio Uri ml.
iug .In mo 30, H.'T, will lio due mil p yible
nt tlie ol!lr- o llio llunl"1ti Wntcr lVorl.ii,
ou tbo l. it ly ii( .Jmiunry, 1S!)7.
All i li itmuliiiiip unj) id fur fifteen dnys
n(kr they aru duo will Ih ut)jcct to nu
udditiuutu 10 t-r cent.
ll.itet nro piiy.ililo nt tho otTici' of tlio
Witter Works in tlm Kupimlwn llnddlufj.
8upcriulou1nit Uouolulii Wale Works.
Honolulu. 11. 1., Deo 17, 1890.
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DANIEL LOGAN, Editor
TUESDAY, JAN. 6, 1897.
THE CABLE FRANCHISE.
Representative Loud of Cali
fornin has givou out to tho press
nt Washington his reasons for in
troducing the Spalding cable bill.
Tboy wero in brief Hint Spalding
hold (bo only concession (o html a
cable on tho Hiiwniinn lslnndB,
mid bo had boon informed that
when the Spalding concession ex
pired some English company
would eocnirt n renewal of it. "1
have heard," said tlio C'dif.jruinu,
"from Hawaiian represcjutlivcB
that tboro would bo a tondeucy to
turn Ibis concussion over to nu
English comp-.ny, nnd there hns
been talk about If ndoring tho isl
and to English i'liliioncc in somo
form. If no Im'l a cublo tliero it
would bod lo biiuguB closer to
gether, and would bo of special
benefit to the Pacific Coast, bo
caudo we coutiol substantially the
trade of tin5 islands." Ho wasnsked
whether In- believed that a cabin
to II'. wa'.'i at tlio proaout timo
would bo of huch benefit to tho
Pacific Const no would justify him
in advocating tho Spalding bill as
against a bill which intended Jap
nn us I bi1 iripoitnntobjectivo point
uud Hawaii a secondary consider
ation. He roplio.l that ho could
not advocate the Spilding bill in
antagonism to any othor, and he
did advocate it only because no
other company could build to Ha
waii. It ia cle.ir from Mr. Load's
line of nrgumont that Hawaiian
affairs cannot bo houostly discuss
odonthoir merits at AVushington
until tho pernicious habit of drag
ging in tlio English hupnbno by tho
h o s is abandoned. Mr.Loud virtu
ally confesses that hodoes not taro
a rap for tlie iutorests of Hawaii,
so long a-i English euterpriso bo
ciicumvcnted in any scheme hav
ing diroct or indiieot relation to
tho Hnuds. If the United Slates
Congress only took tho cnblo ques
tion into consideration on its mor
iti, with an eye both to American
intrinsic interest and to American
obligations to Hawaii, it would
not bo many months beforo a ca-
lilo wuiild touch nt Honolulu on
its way oithor to Australia or
Ed. Towso announces in yester
day's Hawaiian Star that ho will
bo succeeded as editor of that
papor, after this week, by A. T.
Atkiueon. It is nn interesting
change iu local journalism. Mr.
Atkinson was oditor of tho Ha
waiian Gazacto when it was a
weekly, nud is woll known as nn
nblo('vrilor with un inexhaustible
fund lit information. Mr. Towso
will bo rogrotted by his confreres
of tho press, in which ho has
boon a growing light, Besides
being nu excollont editorial pnra
graphor a valuablo speoialty in
itsolf ho has oarned a good repu
tation as a nows gathoror and ro
Senator Chaudlor, in a recent
intorviow, rouows hiB dovotion to
tho cnusoof annotation, but favors
Hawaii's ontranco as a tailpioco to
California. Tho Now Hampshire
Senator noeds to pay a visit to
thoso islands, and then he will be
n sonsiblo as well as a well-men n
Tho joint resolution to recog
nize Cuban independence was ro
coivod iu tho Sonnto and laid ovor
till after holiday recess. It would
come up today, probably, foi dis
position, but tho diplomntio ar
rangement elsewhere reported
would likely cause its withdrawal.
All that city reddeuf need to
ngnin have tho best tolt phone ser
vico on poles is n little p.itionco. i
Tho needed improvement is under
rooit rr.Lr.iMioM: Ninivicr:. '
Continued from hi Page.
and "Centinl." Wheu you un
hook tho ear trumpet or receiver
nnd place it to tho car, you aro
immediately accosted by Cen
tral" with tho quory, "What
number?" You respond only
with tho number with which you
desire to converse, and "Coutral"
nt ouco connects tho required
numbor's wiro with yours. Whou
your friend has nnswored your
inquiries about her baby's gums,
nud if sho is going to prayer
meeting or to the band concoit to
night, nud if blio has been invited
to tho wedding, nnd then jou
have replied to nil her reciprocat
ing inquiries of like tenor
nud importance, you do not
burden "Central" with your
taking "off," nor strain your
jaws ovor tho old fashioned
tunudate, "Disconnect' All thnt
is required ia to hang The reei-her
on itd hook again, and you uio
"off" or "disconnected."
Uegarding the material improve
mont of tho servk'o that is pio
miRed, it will be effected vory soon
after tho anival of the material
nnnilrrrr Ovfr-rillcil ,11'itlnn to nls
hhIiii liijiiiii'ilmi mi .ll('.irlli.v.
Judgo Carter hns over ruled tho
demurrer of defendants to tho bill
to foreclose mortgage of J. M.
l'cennholo nnd other.3 agaiunt D.
Tooniey and others. Kinney and
Ballou for plaiutiirs; Humphreys
C.J. McCarthy by his attorneys,
Creightou &; Coren, has filed a
motion to dissolvo tho injunction
on him in tho bill for specific
porfonnnnco of Piipiilaui vs. Geo.
Iloughtailiug aud this dofondant.
Among tho grounds of motion nro
thnt the action is nn attempt to
have n court of equity issue tho
sololy legal process of garnish
ment, that tho bond on injunction
is inadequate iu penalty and that
tho bill dibcloses no privity of
coutiact between plaintiff and this
ror was argued beforo Judgo Per
ry this morning, and tho hoariug
of motion for dissolving iujunc
tion was set for tomorrow morn
ing. Magoon & Edings for plain
tiff; Creightou & Conea for de
fendants. Iu tho caso of M. G. Junkiu
vs. J. H. Distolrath, beforo Judgo
Perry this morning, V. 1. Cnstlo
for. plaintiff orally withdrew his
motion for publication of sum
mons. Judgo Carter referred the no
counts of A. Roau, tiusteo for V.
M. Muhuka, to Henry Smith,
master, for examination. Hum
phroys aud Do Bolt for plaintiff;
Thurston & Stanley for dofond
ant. Order to show cnuso has issued
on nnnlication of uuardinn in soil
ronl estate of Goorgo and Altnira
Humphreys aud Davis wero for
plaiutiff nnd Kinuoy & Ballou for
dofondantB, in Spooner vs. Itico,
tho jndgniout for plaintiff whero
in has boon proviously reported.
Judgo Perry has granted the
potitiou of Mrs. Kanui Paolo, ad
ministratrix of tho estate of hor
late husband, to sell real estato
undor bond of $250. Knno and
Knhookano for petitioner; John
son for orsditors.
Kluney & Ballou fvr defendant
in Hawaiian Tramways Co. vs. 0.
V. Sturdovaut, writ of error, havo
filed a brief.
Tho Supremo Court is in tho
second day's hearing of tho throo
cornored controversy ovor tlio
Minion ii,axi' jiovi:.iii:th.
Nlio lino OcmMnii lo Ilriiullalc n
San Francisco, Dec. 20. Ex
Queen Liliuokalani left on tho
i) o'clock Sunset limited train of
tho Southorn. Pacific road Inst
night by way of Now Orleans for
! Boston. She was accompanied by
Mrs. Ellen Graham, hor intirnnto
friend for Bovoral years; maid
nnd privato socrotary. The Queon
expects to reach Do3ton shortly
after noon on Christmns day,
! whore she will bo mot nnd enter
tained by the relatives of hor lato
husband. Tliero have boon many
visitors for tho last fow days to
sco tho Queen. Yenterday tho
ru-di wno heavier than usual, in
cluding frovernl iuhumuico agents.
New Orleans, La., Doc. 23.
Ex Queon Lili'iokalnni nriived
beie this morning on tho Sutisct
Limited from San Francisco. Sho
was aeeompnnied by hor ngent,
Joo Holeluhe, Mrs. Graham, hor
personal companion, aud a maid
aud two children of Mrs. Graham.
Tho ox-Queon traveled as nu
ordinary passenger and did not
occupy a spocinl car. Tho party
did not stop, but proceeded to
Washington by the Louisville
aud Nnslivillo road as soou as tho
transfer could bo made.
Tho Quoeu vigorously repudiat
ed tho interview which a ropoitor
profossed to havo had with hor at
Houston, Texas. As sho spoaks
oxcclleut English, sho had nodifli
culty in making herself under
stood. Sho said: "It i'b all a mis
tnkr. I was novor spokon with nt
Houston. Can you wonder nt my
diffidenca iu mooting newspaper
men when they insist upon put
ting words into my mouth I never
uttored? I am sure you will ap
preciate my position. I nm noth
ing but a deposed Queen. I enn
not talk about my country or its
future for fonr that what I might
say will bo distorted. I havo liv
nil since the revolution in absoluto
retirement and I havo taken little
heel ot public matters. What
my future movements may be is
something thnt I cannot now de
clare, for I do not know. I am iu
tho hands of my friends. I am
going to HoBtou to meet tho rela
tives of my Into husband and do
not know whether I shall go to
Europo or not. Everything de
ponds upon what my friends de
cide." Boston, Mass., Deo. 25. Ex
Queen Liliuokalani of Hawaii ar
rived in this city at 10 o'clock this
evening, anil was at ouco driven to
tho Parker Houbo, which will bo
her headquarters during her stay
in this city.
Boston, December 23. Ex
Quoen Liliuokalani has gone to
Brooklino und will occupy a house
ut Coolidgo's corner, nenr tho
homo of Mr. aud Mrs. Loo, for an
indofinito period. Tho ox-Queen
would havo been the guest of Mr.
nud Mrs Leooxcopt for tho recent
illness of the latter, which mado
it impossible for hor to ontortnin
tho Queen and her buito iu hor
Mrs. Loo has thorofoio secured
for hor this placo. It will bo
hnndsomoly furnished for her
uso. Tho rumor wns current to
day that Liliuokalani intonded to
buy a house or cottage in Brook
lino or somewhoro noar Boston
and settle down hero permanent
ly. To a roportor who asked if
this was true hor majesty said:
"That is tho first I ovor heard
Important Chela rupture.
Detectivo Kaapa and his men
havo long boon ou tho watch for
a chofa game that has boon run
ning in tho vicinity of tho Mao
mao churchyard, nnd this morn
ing thoy mado a raid ou tho bus
poctod place, tho-result of which
was tlio arrest ot rour uuineso
aud the capturo of tho bank,
which contained about $30 in
small ohaugo, and a number of
tickets in Hawaiian and Ulnnose.
Tho ChinoBo woro ohargod with
being ngouts in conducting n lot
tery, but wero ut onco bailed out
by friends in tho sum of $250
Tomorrow, Jnnunry G, is a holy
day of obligation, called "Epipha
ny," which means manifestation,
becauso it is tho day tho Infant
Joans manifested himsolf to tho
Maei como from tho Enst to adoro
Him. Low mass at (5, 7 and 9 n.
m. ns usual on Sundays aud holy
days. High poutifical iiiiibb nt
10:30 a. ra.; rosary and benedic
tion at 3 p. ra.
LUBRICATING OILS AND
The sugar season of 1897 is
at hand, and now that we
have fairly entered on the New
Year il is time to think about
business and making a little
money to spend next Christ
mas. A dollar saved is a dol
lar made, as everyone knows,
and one way to save money is
to use a first-class quality of
Lubricating Oil. To those
who are as jet unacquainted
with the "Ccilorado"Brands, we
beg to sav that while we do
not believe in decrying the
product' 6f our competitors, we
do believe in stating the truth
as forcibly as possible, namely,
that we have the finest Lubri
cants, that for density of vis
cosity, hijjh fire test and per
fect working qualities can not
The Colorado brands of
lubricants are the Diamond"C"
Cylinder Oil, Colorado Cylin
der Oil, Extra Valve Oil, Red
Seal Valve Oil, Engine Oil,
Dynamo Oil and Aachinery
Oils. They are the best and
cheapest in the market.
In addition to the above we
carry a full line of lubricants
and lubricating compounds of
all kinds for plantation and
We also desire to call atten
tion to our hand-painted oil
containers, which are useful,
ornamental and economical.
They hold sixty gallons and
will save their costin a month.
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Hawaiian Hardware Co.
Opposite Spreckels' Bank,
NO. 307 FORT STHEET.
In BlockB to suit pur
chasers. Will deliver
after January 2, 1897.
22?" Inquire of
Tho Hawaiian Safe Deposit &
40 Fort Street - Honolulu
TO-DAY 33?- TODAY
....A OUOIOE LOT OF ....
Anil UmmI Assortment of
Ice House Goods I
EC. MAY & CO.
Pacific Lodge, A. P. &
Tliero will be a special meeting ot
Puolflo Loilgo, No. 822, A. F. & A. M.,
ut Its Hull, MhcoiiIo Temple, THIB
(TuemlHy) 1SVKNINO, Jun. 5, at 7:30
o'ulook, for tho purpose of Installing
the Olllcers - Elect for tlio ensuing
Members of Hawaiian Lolge, Lodge
le Proves ami nil sojourning Brethren
are fruterually invited to bepreeont.
H. H. WILLIAMS,
499 It Secretary.
Storling, tho painter, is pre
pared to quote prices on roof
painting. Ho uses a composition o
coal tar aud couiont. Chonpest
and boat roof preparation in Ho
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Tlie iMafiuCicturers' Shoo
WE VRE READY
To supply your wants in Men's Furnishing Goods with tho
most complete and choicost atook wo havo ovor laid beforo tho
public. If you aro in doubt n to what you would liko to
present to your frionds or relations, let us show yon over our
goods, and you will surely find something substantial and ser
viceable, thut will gladdou tho hearts of thoso who receive thom.
Neckwear of Every Description,
Collars and Cuffs, Hnndkei chiefs, Silk, Linon or Cotton,
plain or priuted; Suspenders eithor Silk or Cotton;
Dress Shirts, Negligee, Shirts nnd Night Eobes,
Kttte o rtijLeT? 2TeIfe qx Straw q Mm -nul Uqju
Smoking Jackets, Panama Hnl, Puggarees in ninuv de
signs; Codar and Cuff Buttons, Bosom Studs, S'loevo
Links, Boy's Shirt Waist-",
Ready-to-Wear Suits for Men and Boys
Valines nud Hand Bags, somo very nice oues in Alli
gator; aud a great ninny other things.
H. A. H HJ i i DA8HKB
Q i'rier priTort nnd M.erch; nit Sts-
lurfion Sales by W. S. Luce.
I nm instructed by Mrs. F S.
Pratt, to disposo of hor Waikiki
Property nt Public Auction, nt
my Salosrooms, corner of Fort
and Queon streets,
Ou MONDAY, Jan. 18, 1897,
AT 12 O'CLOCK KOON.
This opportunity of securing a
Magnificent Wfiikiki Boach Lot
is undoubtedly tho finest ever
oficrod and most certainly tlio
host ohauoo to obtain a Superb
Sensido Ilesidonce. Tho loca
tion and Bathing nro par ox
collonce. Tho Property is thick
ly plnntcd with wall-crown cocoa-
nut and othor trees, and well
covered with manionio grass.
Tho Proporty has beon wisoly
divided to suit tho requirements
of any intouding purchaser or
can bo diBposotl of in toto.
A Plan of Bamo may bo soon at
my Auction Room.
53?" For further particulars,
W. S. LUCE,
" BJJVS HIS,
$& fHh PRESENTS
By the Mioworn tho other
dny, wo received diivct from
tho factory, a mugnificent as
sortment of French China.
Among tho let we havo two
now stock patterns, from which
customers may select either
one pieco or ton d zen. In this
way customers may roplaco
any breakage nt tho lowest
possible cost and without the
necessity of purchasing an
cntiro now set.
J this samo invoice wo havo
somo of tho most beautifully
decorated toilet sots over shown
in Honolulu. Theso aro made
of fino crockery and will orna
ment any wash stand.
A fud among Honolulu peo
ple is decorating rhino. At
tho exhibition by tho pupils of
Miss French at Ouhu Collego
a short timo ago, somo beau
tiful specimens, tho work of
her pupils, wero shown and
will stand comparison with tho
work of professional artists
abroad. Our stock which was
opened a day or two ago con
tains all sorts of pieces and in
many sizes. Thoy aro mado
especially for decorating and
Von Holt Block.