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EVENING BULLETIN, JANUARY IS, IM7.
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5!?j Euei?ii)$ Bulletin,
DANIEL LOGAN, Editor.
Fill DAY, JAN. lo, 18S7. I
NEW TRADE OPENING.
An impoitmit ehango in tho
trmlu connections of Honolulu is
almost certain to tuko place in tho
near future, mid, although the
stoiuifhip intoiosts cliieily in
volved Ii.hp their headquarters nt
i.'. : i- l.v.v.w,
Bui,Lr,riN him tho honor of mak
inn the first definite nntiouneo
nicnt f preliminaries nlieady eot
tlcd. For sumo timo past tho
Fiuuch Ooeriim,ut has been
anxious to liuvo steam communi
cations established between Tiiliiti
mid Smi Francisco,
lulu a port of cull, and it will bo
romPiiibPivd that within a few
ypnr.rn. riminm woto frpqumit !
that the Mottsiigerips Mnritiiups,
one of the largest Htenmship con
cern in tho world, was likely to
providti Hitch n now lino of l'aei
lie commerce. Negotiations with
thp.t company by the Fronch
colonial bureau evidently enmo to
miuubi, for there is evidence that
the contractors for carrying tho
British nmils between San Fran
cisco ami tho Colonics will short
ly iimuguiato tho desired steam
traltic between San Francisco and
Tahiti. Th contractor, as is
we!' iuoviii, aro tho Oceanic
Sto.iuiftliip Company of San Fiun
cisro and tho Uuifin Stuninohip
Company of Now Zealand, per
forming the service jointly in
voyages each way ovory four
week-.. Samoa is to bo dropped
out ui tho route in favor of 'J'u
hiti. The trullic given the line
by S unou has bpon only
sliijiit. nt.d tlio calling at
Apia harbor i uttended with
petil in the whiter beusou. On
the oliiei hand Tahiti is enjoying
a hiuh degreo of prosperity and
its cou.:iU'icn is iRcouiing iucreas
inuly -'inportnnt. Its trade with
San 1'runoijco 1ms for many years
austnibpd a fast sailing lino of
pick-t-, and it has long beon seen
would ho gieatly developed by a
steam sen ice. For some timo
putt tho Union Steainship Com
pany bus beon conducting negoti
ations with tho French authori
ties !. ohing to a contiact for tho
Tnhiii ipivice. Lately tho nego
tiations h nig at a proposal for a
doubling id the originally offered
sub.-ail). W'luif has not until this
moment In en published in the
pres of nuy country interested,
so fm u.s jot known in Hawaii, is
the fact that thu French Govern
ment has agreed to tho proposal.
The i)es was canied from Tahiti
to Auckland by the local steamer
that connected at tho latter port
AUtli the steamer Monowai that
passed through here only last
Meek. There is therefore n strong
piobability thut Honolulu is short
ly to be put in direct steam com
munication with the rich group of
thf Society Ihliiudh. Our enter
prii ii ( limlM iill i loit I t k
mulst- Ktod U-.I- of the ailvuntimes
thiti t iiitlfji red on this miiloji an
entr pot of commerce.
It is haul to see what ultimate
arlvnutngo tan bo gained by any
part), faction or interest from mis-leprei-enlalion
of current ovents
in public pi int. A polico caso
arising in Kaneoho is in point.
Marshal Blown is repipsented ns
lowering the dignity of his office
by hurraing across the islaud to
compose trouble originating from
the cutting of wood on Sunday by
a plantation laborer, and thou it
ia insiiiualed that the plantation
manager successfully used some ex -
trajudioial inlliienco to chnngo tho
nrdinarv course of tho law. Tho
facts belio tho report in question.
Mr. Stanley of Thurston A: Stan -
ley, atloruoys for tho pluututiou,
hnpponrol lo be nt Knnonho on
othur Iiubiuphs when tho arrest
was moilp, mul tlio matter was
placed in his bands by thu iiinn-
Wlion tho nttornoy had
fuiled to induce tho magistrate to
nccopt loss than $1000 bail, ho
tplephonod a statement of tho case
to tho Marshal. As it wis n mwo
particularly involving tho rights
of tho subject, the Maishal wont
10 ivanoo.e io uivpsugmo u.u
mittor. Ho found it demanded
lus interference ami, putting an
end to the original prosecution, ho,
"m l,,u '"""" . , . you nave used it once you1 A1 u uw ,w.,
brought to Honolulu for trial. wjjj realize llOW much ice yOU Tho following ifewluetl pre riNiwsIt
This action was taken without ! .-..rUf u.,a cmrrl !n (Iia rlmit " on the wmiiieiirtt eorurr in ripen-
any consultation or oven inter- ,
view with Mr. Bull, inanacer of
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tho plantation. As the case de
veloped in the Honolulu miigis-
u"1. , ' ",,uy-u ,.""
1. .!..' I U .1 ( I.,,
,lm 8 u"u " ",u va" T
mmlf!d b' tho n"ftI ""'""tp.
ll n ' th,lt the M"
UUl WU111U Mil UIIMV L'Hll H lllll
country districts of tho island of
Hawaii, to check tho persecution
of poor Cliineso aud Japanese by
brutal and corrupt officers with
tho assistance of mutton-headed
magistrates of the Dogberry per
suasion. Should tho sugar iuflui-nco in
the United States succeed in abo
lishing Hawaiian reciprocity Ha
waiiin the evout of annexation
being dalayo.l can meet tho
action bv paying n bounty to her
sugar producers. She can do it,
too, nt tho oxpouso of American
commeico and give American
sugar producers all the competi
tion from this quarter with some
added which they aro getting
under reciprocity. Ve can give
them a now kind of reciprocity,
only its name in international
parlance may bo "retaliation."
That secret circular isned in
Canada, warning the public against
disloyalty and lloman influence,
may safely be sot dow n to tint
bitterness of Conservatives ovoi
being dislodged from the preserves
of power in which they had revel
ed for eigteen long years.
i. vi mli: o(tii:ui.ii.
Hccrrp on ('oiiniilNloiu'r'M IK'iniil
1 1 --1 1 1 1-1 1 1 'n(i on Irliil.
Judge Carter has signed a de
cieo coulirmiug tho report of
Joseph S. Emeisou, commisbiouci
on partition of ptoporty in the
equity suit of Maria C. llainos
unil others vs. Nicluilas and Enos.
L'ait of tho leport involves the
Halo by auction of coilaiu latd at
Ktilihi. Magoon it Filings for
plaiutilfs; Enoch Johnson for do
The amended account of Ahoi,
guardian of Laahiti w n minor,
showing a balance of yl2.".45 for
the ward, has been approved by
Judge Curler. Btiiouahu for
Judge Carter has allowed tho
bill of costs, ou motion of A. G.
M. Kobeitson for plaintiff, in
Mary Jloso vs. S. M. Kaaukai.
Judgo Pony is hearing tho
ojectmout caso of C. II. Itoso vs.
Lau Chong aud others. At a pre
vious heaiiiig the complaint was
allowed to bo ainniuluii. ltobeit
sou for phuniilY; Castle anil John
sou for defendants. V. C. Auhi
is an important witness.
IHiirrol I'hiIh in I itiirwlluii.
Whilo this ago is fortunate in
the enjoyment of advancptl theo
ries and methods of education,
theie is danger of the uioiemont
degenerating into a moio pursuit
of fads a striving for extomnl
ornamoni ai uio expense oi liuer
iml worth, lloworb without fruit,
husks without kernels. Tho
primary end of education is to
tit the child for life's duties. That
end cannot bo nltnined by smooth
ins away every difficulty that lies
before him nor by diluting his I
mental power with a multitude of
, accomplishments nioroly orna
' nwnlal .-Detroit Jfrue Prow.
Tho Artouraph is a valuablo
aid to anyone wishing
to learn to
, k t i f,()m ,mtuio without tin iu-
, Ktructor. Frieo &8.00. King Bros,
have them for salo.
have an immense con-
sirmnent 0f new g00ds Oil the
wnv whirh will m-ita miiiP n
scnsatjon when weeXpoSe them
)nr , in ii1A mM11ijn1P. WP
desire to call VOW attention to
a few jjte artjc,es which
,dispensablc in all well-re
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;,.f .,,ilni vnn wnf
b m ncucjinp; tfie
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wear and tear or your temper.
The Gem Ice Shaver is handy,
cheap, economical and labor
saving. Get one.
Fish Scalers. Many-
housekeepers Object tO pre-
..:.. fiU ( Linl.u'l.n ,
paling ion iui uic lauit, uc- Anureuo'70UU(piureIeet.
cause of the bother of scaling ToP,i.erwiti.a wooden- nurm
them. We have a handy little ing ami aii iinptovfna-ntsttiereon;
instrument for the purpose .'.t J M"ulw w,lh
which does the work quickly Bae h ,nnniIll,Xp,rei,
without scattering the scales ' ienfo u-siunri to Dr. n rt-isoi, the
nil over the house Thev are 8HI,1B oihIIhk on tho4Uuiuy of August,
7 UVC1 I" "UU5C' ' lKJ a,c 18J7, nt a niontlily rental of m.
cheap. Get one. .,.
French Slicers These terms: c.h m u. s gom com.
are light Carvers, Sharp and . Conveyance at the nen'o of the
n -i r ii i i IlUrchller. J M. CAMAHA, Jr.
flexible as Chinese raZOrS, JUSt I A.lmlnNtra or E-Uiue of Querino Fer-
the thing for choice undercuts ' mmiieo.
and tenderloin steaks. We
liif fhiini in crfrnl sf;lfc
Carvers We have them
in sets, all styles, ivory, bone,
wood and metal handles at
prices ranging from $4 to $$.
Bread Knives All kinds
in ivory, wood or metal handles,
including the celebrated Gauss
Silver Plated Spoons and
forks in great variety.
Most of the above you can
put in one of our metal fork
and spoon baskets, which
must be seen to be appreciated.
They are cheap, durable and
Hawaiian Hardware Co.
Opposite Spreckols' Br.nk
NO 307 FORT STREET.
Now LinillnK from Hark
"H. P. Chonoy." . .
Best South Yorkshire
Hard Steam Coal
CaP" Sultiihle for nil StHni pur
po'iM. 'I'lil Con U iilo a fuvmlte for
DO M EST I O Utf Ii: !
III qllUUtllloM to bUlt.
2240 Lbs. to the Ton!
ff9 Full Welisht L'liarunteei). De
llvereil free to any part of Hie city
Steam Navigation Comp'y
Office To Let,
Al'J07 Mvroliant Stleet.
, PnnrlflQC Prnenrifillfr Pflint flfimnailV
i rtlf tf
The livening Bulletin, 75 rents
rwriMiMit.-wiL'itniiifjmpnii a Ajjur
Auction Sale by Jm. . Marytin,
VALUABLE PROPERTY !
nlirMltutfiH of nil onlpr of the Clr-
Court of l In- First Circuit, the tin-
ilersUiinl will -til atluililie niwtlnn ut
1 the miction rooms of .1. F. Mnryau,
li! O CLOCK NOON,
0(,r uvpimu ullcl .MllU'1 III- rilill, Hi
belnj; more piirtioiilarly ilt-erlbei! a
Hi'liinliu; at the nutlii-iiRt porinr of
Sppiieeraveii'ioHiiil MmubzIiim mail and
riiiiiilins l3iiojr 4 mm. k tiueiuu
ft. uloim Mapa.lue rotil; N. 70 ilec, 15
nun. K . tt lit- Id ii niiiiie ut 4ia: r. i.i
fir., ! nun. w , iru- ion a Hini.u mi
', S-?"'1-. Wmin. W..lriie76ft
MoiiB .S)f iPr nveuiiu to liiltl.il point,
car 8ii u-jpct to approval or tho
JAS. F. MORGAN,
Castle & Cooke
Sole Agents for
'. EXTRA. FAMILVV C
. I 1. lil!W"if.
L STOCKTON MILLINGCO.-;
." crnniifnti AI.PAmu !-
Ann Tmntlann nfflA. I
'i 112 California Street. J
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mr-7 if sj -f.-.i
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The Manufactarers' Shoe
Auction Sales by W. S. Luce.
I am instructed by Mrs. F. S.
Piatt, to dispisp of hor W.iikiki
Properly nt Public Auction, at
my SaloFiooms, cornor of Port
and Quean streets,
On MONDAY, Jan. 18, 1897,
AT 12 O'CLOCK NOON.
This opportunity of securing a
Magnificent Wfi. kiki Bo.ioh Lot
ia undoubt-dly tho finest ever
ofilrcd and mo.-t cortuinly t! o
best oli'iuo to i.bt-iiii n Sniiorb
Seaside It'Sidencf. Tho loca
tion and Bathtog aro p.u ox
collonco. Tho Piopeity is thick
ly planted with uell-giown cocon
nnt and other trees, and well
covered with manionio gnus.
Tho I'ropoity hai- beon wisely
divided to suit tho requirements
of nny intending purohuscr or
can bo disposod of in toto.
A 1'liin of siimo' may bo soon at
my Auction Room.
53T For further particulars,
W. S. LUCE,
490-1 in Auctioneer.
Real Estate Broker.
SOB Meroliant Street.
FOR SALE and TO LET.
Houk) on Soliool Btreet; parlor, several
liudroomn, kltcbou, puntry, outboiiheit ami
htiiblo formerly ocouiiieil by Hon. W. II.
Hon no on Itobello laue. l'aliuiin, 3 bed
rooms, dining room, kitchen, lmthrooni,
rurrlno boiiHe mid gtnlile, largo yuril,
HodKO on Young streotj parlor, S boil
roouiH, kitolieu, puntry, patent closet, etc
Lot opposite Luuulilo llorue; lienltky und
FurnUhed IIoouik; Property in nil parth
of the city.
Thu Aununl MeelhiK of the StocKLoId
evs nf tho Cupitul Collt-o k Cuiumeiciul
Conipmiy, Limited, will be held ou Tiioh
iluy, the 2lht iuut., ut 10 o'clock n. m., nt
the ullk'O of the Hawaiian 8nto Iieponit und
Secretury O. 0. .t (J. Co., L'd.
Ilouohilii, Jan. !). ISO'. 003-101
O B SL Sm
r STOCK OF
r '.' .' m --a
litcft'oM Sales by If. 6'. Xmcc.
By ordorof Mis. W. II. Smith, i
shall sell nt my Auction
On MONDAY, Jan. 18, '97,
AT 12 O'CLOCK NOON,
lht. Vnlutiblo piece of land on
Mauka side of Borotunia stieot
close to residence of T. It. Lucns,
F-q , having a fiontage on "Bero
taiuu stieot of lOo feet and iun
nn g through to Kinnn street 2!)0
foot with a fiontiige of 100 feet on
Kintin stroit. Theio are threo
Hou-es on the proporty briuging
in a yoarh rental of $IJ'J0- and
room for more dwellings.
'2 Vuliublo IlomoHtoad on Ala
pui street, cornor Quarry and
Lunalilo stieots, mio block from
residence of J. F. Hackfold, Esq ,
at pieent occupied by F. E.
Nichols, Ksq Tho House is new
with most modern improvements
and appliance. Eloguntly finifrh
fil. Cathedral and ))late glass
thronghoiit, soinothing novel and
!3 Most valuable propeity on
Fort sneet ndj "ninn digh School
gr unds with 2 fine dwellings ou
.-ami', iihinys occupied and com
manding line lontals ouing to tho
nearness to tho city aud unequal
ed locality, being on high ground
and diained to tho street.
This is und "ubtedly tho finest
oiler uuido to tho public for so mo
I iino past, giving anyone n chance
for a Town or.Snbutban residence,
or a speculator a surety of hand
some returns on his investments,
especially as tlio looalitieR are of
tho host aud iiouo other aviiilnblo
in tho vicinities. Insurance is pre
paid on all buildings for 2J years
to como and Wuter ratos to July
1-t. Titles perfect.
Torms Cash in U S Gold Coin.
DpmIs at fxpun-e i f miroh-iser
Fur further pnticoluiH, applv to
W. S. LUCK,
Invites to Select from the
French Silks and S.itins,
Jiipauoso Silk Mundkercln'efs,
Silk UibbonH. Velvets,
Dress Goods of ovory description,
Flitnuols in all oolois,
Skirting, Stiges, Lining, Cot
niaiikots, Quilts, Shooting,
Curtains, Towels, otc. ,
Clothing, Shoos, Fnnoy and
Swonters, Sooks, Collars, C'ifis,
Umbrellas, Handkcichiefs, etc.
At Ridiculous Low Prices
n In a a wit
n i. . $Jr4