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EVENING BULLETIN, JANUARY 18, 18J7.
MMItM FMrt Wl
5:7 Evci)if) Bulletin
DANIEL LOGAN. Editor.
MONDAY, JAN. 18, 1897.
Hou. Paul Isonliorg will long
bo reinomboted with gratitude for
his present visit to Hawaii tlio
tin, m.Ht nrn..iii..il. Far seoin.r.
doop -thinking ami potent spirit!.
Already lo.iy identic ith Inrpo '
l l.,;., int, to ! .!. !
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soil and .1 great commercial house,
holms on thin uoea-ion piocimd
a great additiou to the productive
capacity if this island of Uuhu.
This ho has done by the influence
XiUS 110 lias tloue Oy the lnlluence
nf , liniinnil, m, .i.,,,,:,.,,
ot Iih nans nuu ine ilispooition
of n portion of his means, ti10
faith thus show i in the future of i
Hawaii beiii! speedily communi
cated t' other capitalists and laud
holders, with tho result of tlio
creation of the Oahu Sugar Co.,
Limited, one of the largest sugar -producing
corporations over or
ganized in this group. Acknow
ledgment thus undo of Mr. leu
berg's itt in this now enterprise
loes not dotract in any degree
from tho credit due to Mr. Dilling
ham, our island railway king, for
tho foresight, energy and per-ssverano-
by which ho projected,
planned and brought nbout tho
gr.iiiil nehii'vemeiit. All houor to
both gentlemen, with u full shaio
to their associates, for tho con
Not only is historical fact cloud
ed, but confusion of terms cieat
ed, by tho eurelens persistence of
some contemporary annalists, in
cjilliii); Jnuuary 17 "Indepnndenco
Day." M.'.waii.iu iudcp.'iidence
used to have two duys JulyJIl
and Noveuiln-r 28 - the firel in
CDtitmoiuoiatiiKi of the Diitish
restoration of the Hawaiian Hag
in 181!, the second in commemor
ation of the treaty recognition of
Hiiwiiiini. i. ilopiiidence by Great
Bruui,. iitul Fiaac" tho snmo year.
July '51 was at diffeient periods a
statu! ij, public holiday, having
nm.nfrv r. l,m n,lrm.iMw,nw fro- "1 oiaouai iKgnruiraMj- uuu 10r UIO CUrrOIlt UUlt year Ulan lor IU1 pK- 1
m ,itlt r I.:. they landed upon tho bottom on foiiuor poriods. Thero have been ' desire to Call
-'Li .i. 1 ;., their bucks. In confluence the innny also, who had hitherto been a few little
Z.::" .... :: "'" ' Ioor creatures could not drink "T1 .i'"'?"ontBl,w l0 7. " indispensable
wmisu ii-i;i3iiiiiii u" hud "in.- m - , mis umioi uiniiy nam ui) arieais
been -.trick oil tl e calendar as
f Hucii li.i ti.iif cnly a few yeais
V ago. Vet it is still observed by
native LT.iw.iiir.ub. November '28
uontiuurn lo be a public holiday
by la-.y under tho Republic. Now,
t still further increase Hawaiian
iudepeiidcuco days, whilo this
country is constitutionally com
niitted to merging its independence
in tint of the United States, is
not iiMi ely couTusiiig but incon
gruous. Lately the Hulletis was asked
if the "confusion uud distractions"
of 18!)'2 weio not caused by thoso
now in power in Hawaii. In
quirers in that legiud nro simply
rcforred to the divibion lists of
tho Legislature. They will find
thore that men verj much out of
power as well as "out of sorts,"
today, with some out of the coun
try as well, woro in tli.if nii'innr
able .-ei-ioii vei ti -ij i. it t 1 1 the
band ot inecoiH'iltili hs ml m-iljg-ni'i,
v ring out CioineU tliat
-would have iiatUfied the pe
pU at largo, uml give tho
country good, progressiva and
constitutional government. Those
who am hacking the clamor that
finds voice iigiiiunt the present
system wero not at all innocent of
pnitukiug in that ultimately fatal
coue. and neilher can they say
that ili",v were not warned by
fort'M-ing frioudsuf iau and older
of th.' inevitable coijsi'cjiioncos.
Some limo aso tho Bui.m:tin
lirinled an Ottawa diapiitoh say
ing that tho Canadian Cloveru
ment hd grantod the recpiest of
Mr. Ainislijong ot Honolulu for a
supply of salmon spawn to stock
rivers in Ilhwaii. Mr. Armstrong
Arrived in the steamer Zealand ia
nnd a Vancouver dispatch says
tho spnwn is on board the Mio
Horn. It is to ho hoped tlinl Mr.
Annstjoiiy, whose enterprise
should place him in the category
of public benefuotois, litis obtniu
I od full directions for planting tho
salmon spawn. Tho same gentlo-
mnn undertook, two or thrco
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, yriun u&o, iu lonui tijmuin u '
Pearl hnrbor, but he threw them i
oiionaniy ana uioy mi uieu.
" ?8 bpl,"ml "' Now ork,
""'"rfH'B to diuntoh, that
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III'IUIUI llll' VmIIIIUIIIIII IIUI fill 1'L
tin- AuMtnilusiau eovommonts will
support the scheme of the Pacific J
Cable Commission, and that there- I
fore '-the only hope for the sue-
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cessful establishment of a Pacific
cable depends on tlto action ot ho
United States Congioss.' 11ns
belief is liuro moonshine, the pro-
i.nl.iiiiiMi h.mif nil (). other whv. !
At the same time, with so many i
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legislatures to be consulted, tho
UuitedStates Congress has a graud
opportunity, by prompt actiou, to
secure the houor of having the
moueer transpacific cable con- ,
structod umder American auspices.
It can effect that grand and pro
fitable object, too, without sad- j
dliug monopolies with exorbitant
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rates to bo regretted throughout a .
long period-upon nny country j
within the svstem of coininuiilcn- ,
Senator Mills of Texas is play
ing broad farce to the galleries.
Whilo u Cuban recognition revo
lution is in the hands of tho com
mittee on foreign rolntions with
small chances of being
up to tho Senate ho moves an
other one with a clause uppropri
1 r 1 L ... ..11..,.. 1.. .wl t it 1 1 Ia rt n I
ating money for tho salary of u , have decided upon adopting tho
United States Mini-tor lo the , e,4tul,( VC fth" LT..itetl Statoa.
, ,. , , , ., i ' At this time as in the past the
'Itepubhc of Cuba. As that American gold coin of the United
republic is on horseback, probably Slates is the standard in the isl
Souator Mills has some Texas anils, although Hawaii issues its
miwlinv in view for the nosition.
for nobody less nt home in tho
Baddle could keep up lolations
with tho pigskin beat of govern
ment. Perhaps it is only a scheme to
affect the action of tho United
States Congicss, this asset tion
positively made by Spanish lega
tion officials ot Washington, that
General Gomez, the insurgent
commander, has oll'eied to treat
for terms of Cuban submission on
condition of General Weyler's
recall from the Spaninh Captain
Generalhhip. Certainly tho story
comports tpieerly with news fiom
Cuba of oven date, showing tho
Spauish outposts driven in at iui
AV. N. Armstrong, of tho Pro
visional Government's "labor com
mission" failuro has returned to
the country with a scorching leo
turo on tho labor system of Hawa
iian plantations if his mouth. Ho
is positive that free white labor
could bo obtained for all tho toil,
some processes of sugar cane cul
tivation unth'r our tropical sun.
For proof lie snys he has ncun
cotton raiied in the Southern
States by v liito labor. Enough
Tho Progressive Educator needs
to be educated. Its Jnuuary
number is characterized by num
berless errors in spelling ami
irrn mnm r Lmnn r.firiifri-f. riliu
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averaging about ono to ovory line.
hInoiiiIIIi-'b nii'ct Niinr Oli(iul.
Wutsonville, Cal., Dec. 81 Up
ii ft i m rf lViniinlinr QO in
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uri;i nuyiii imiuiiy iiuin umi lllUJOr. fllO-ll
2927 hoiirn, had cut 128.UJ9 toni j
oi dpoc ana una prouueou iu,aa
ton- of BUKar. Thero aro 10,000
tons of bcot.s in the Iuuh and
about "20,000 in the CelilH.
Tim Artograph is a valiiabl
atfl lo anyono wiijhina to learn to
sketch from nature without an in
structor. Prico S8.U0. Kin llros.
have them for sale.
Ml liirrcnitr ill
81C.OIK) I.. r I hi' I'.nl
Inquiry of Mnjor J. W. l'ratt,
olork of tho "Water "Works, elicits
moms of ratea. in timo
, unvn it n i. i ,
, 1 SioUpnromiAioniUeu'
opportunity paid up
and tho half your in ndvauee.
An increnho of $10,000 in re
ceipts for the past over the pie
ceding year is noted. This is
one ot tlie results ot tlio larco
number of new homes benm
ed to tho city plot, and one oE
striking evidences of the growth
ot Honolulu. '
-e has not ueen tlio stereo- '
tvnnil kii-k nt Hip imvinn ui,..-..l
I,C(I .MU; llt ,llp I" .niK wu.lvlt
liy rale payers, on this occasion, ,
t pnyin8 for wlittt thev did not
receive. Tliis shows that waler
has been well supplied.
Work at tho wicket has been
.r,Jfttl- M ' Hio adoption ,
of nurnbored recoints made out
, ntVance. At tho next time of !
Jpnymout in July tho benefit ot
j this system will be moro umiked,
" o?' o payer will be able to
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, ductioii of his January receipt.
.IIO.VKY POII HAW til.
'" n"ri a inter mi Ainimr-
lly oil 'iirriu-y ITInilprN.
In speaking of the shipment of
$100,000 last Tuesday to Hawaii
Consul - General "Wilder slated
yt-htetdiiy, says Tho Call of
December 31, that no particular
significance should ho attached to
"Tho shipmout wrb not par
ticularly large for this season of
. tho vear. when payments nro be-
Im(o for B,
' "Thero is no likelihood that
1 President; Dolo and his Cabinet
own silver coins."
Lllt-c'ii Lillld hull"
Only a portion of tho property
ndveitised for bale by W. S. Luce
was disposed of today. There
was no bid for tho Pratt premises
as a whole, and two of the lots
flouting on tho beach were put
up. They lenli.ed S2130 and
SiiOoO each. ISuldinu commenced
on one of tho lots flouting on tho
main road, wlieu tho sale was
btopped to consider an offer to
purchase the wholo property at
The residence property belong
ing to Mrs. W. II. Smith was not
Attention, Company H.
AltHOHV C'OMl'ANV n., N. CI. H.,
I10.soi.ulu, January 13, lb',17. J
Evtry Sluiulior of this Uuununud is
hereby orduiuil to report at tlio Drill
Hhetl, THIS (Moiuluyj r.VKNING,
Juimiiry 18, at 7:30 o'clock, for
T. B. MUHUA.Y,
Oahu Sugar Company.
Notice is liurebv uiven to Hntifcriliers
for Htouk in Hie Ouliu S"j.'iir Co., ttntt.
a tlr-t iM-s-iii'nt of irii (n:tnion
hniil ttii-k Is nav-ititu at ilu-oIIIi-h of
II Htii'lctMiiJ ii C , mi (I i. mii i-lreul,
on tin. i2(ll)i nf jHiniir, lhtlT.
.1. K. liAlUCKKliD,
Tiesnt-r Ouliu nittr Ci.
Honolulu, Jjiiiiaiy 18, 1SII7. 5111-31
N. F. BURGESS
Lawn Mowera, Garden Hc39,
Iu (net nil kinds of Tools, mill iloen lieiirly
I nil kind of work that anyouo rcipiiiiH.
LiV Work o.iIIbiI for and returuoil
I Tolophono 85i.
&J& Kfiuiewber we do work elie.m id
Uookeeper wiiiiIh position; expert
enco'l In inenmutilr, iniiniifitt-iiiiill);
unit banking iiciiunti. Kaluiv inoiler
ate. Aildien "Accountant," Ittll.I.K
TIN (illlco 60!) -Jt
The Hvdiuiuj ISuUetin, 7t
We have an immense con
rnment of new goods on the
signment :of new goods on the
way which will make quite a
way wiiii.il Will uiarvw uuuc a
Sensation when weexpOSetlieill
n the meantime, we
your attention to I
articles which are
in all well-re-
& The Gem Ice Shaver is
just what you y.ut. Alter
vnn Imve used it nnce von
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niiiiiii niivc siivcu in uic uoya
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gone by, 110l including the1
wear and tear of your temper. !
1 )le (Jem Ice bliaver IS liaildy,
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cheap, economical and lal
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Saving. Get One.
rlSH SCALERS. AAc
housekeepers object to pre
paring usn lor tne taoie, oe
caus of the bother of scalng
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!liem- We have a handy little
instrument tor the purpose
which does the work quickly
witllOUt Scattering the Scales
all over the house,
cheap. Get one.
French Slicers These
are light carvers, sharp and
flexible as Chinese razors, just
the thing for choice undercuts
and tenderloin steaks. We
have them in several styles.
Carvers We have them
in sets, all styles, ivory, bone,
wood and metal handles at
prices ranging from $4 to $ 5.
Bread Knives All kinds
in ivory, wood or metal handles,
including the celebrated Gauss
Silver Plated- Spoons and
forks in great variety.
Aost 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 Sprockela' Unuk
NO. 307 FORT STr-?"RST.
Sale of Valuable Heal Es
tate. In ur-iiaiii-e nf un order t t'ii Cir
cuit (' n t nf ill- K r i ('iit'ini of the
HmwhI mii I -1 it 1 1 I n , tin. i. ii erilgnvd j
wi'l -!! ut iiulilii' iiUk'Iom, nt Hi" huh
tinii limm- ut W S Ij'li'i', llniilnlu. I
l'liucluv, J.ini ai.v Jl-', l,V)7, at 12 j
n i-iniil; ii'-u i, "II nt ttii' (ollo.v in ik-s- '
urllii"i Itt'il I-'-'iite I
Amiiiii 1 10 li'.oni'i; i ana mi l;e I
kllil IIiU. e pill uiiu inu l:i- U 111 1 AUnu
o k. ui o ICul: i iiiuuiif mi ii kf knwu
o mi liulixku i nl i-lim o l;:i 'u II;i I --
piili', u ( holo Hem 7.: iCnm "32
pitukii inu k Krtka, iiluil.i hoio Aknil
Sic Kiiiii. 11)1 paiikn in 'i k'i IjIuiu,
alalia liolu Akan 73s Hik. aill paikn
ma lie Alnlitil, ulaPa Imln Hem. 24s
H'k. 100 paiikn ma ka l'i-Hali'puie ft
till;) I Iui lit I liniimaka nl Mu kela
up it a altiii i!iuln he 31-liKJ Kl; The
-mile lit-liiK ApHiin I if Ko.ttil Patent
171M Kuleuim tfir. t-i l,.ie blitiatuil uc
Auwitlnlliiiu, I'aiioit, OiUm.
HOf On tlil- I-ind there I-a large
llA'.-lllllg llllll-e, III ih j ii i mil)
jrom iIh iht'ie r iniiiii-rnuM iiuli rrt-r-n
in lifiimit.', oriiuint'iilul tree-, tlnri-rd
mill hiii iiti-
lt-iii iluiite at Hi.- (jfiltuiititt nf
I'.lllOil Vnlle.i , til'- t-lllinite is il.llullt
fully nuil anil heilili.
X&r IVim-, Cell, United AUiki
E&" CiinvejuiipH atexpeli-c of Pui-cliu-er.
Adminl-trntitxiif the Kiitateof Win.
Jt. Parker, drceueetl, 608-5J
The V. M. C. A. Orchts'rii helu
iibniit to ruoiinio piautixe, invites
Aiinitciir Player In the clly to Join
Its ranks, uioro partlculaily Uiomj
who play Violin, Ciirin-t noil Flute.
Apply to H. P. Wi-hnmn, Pre-ldent;
W. A Luve, tieuruiei; Wr.iy Taylor,
seoietar.v, or any ineintier ot the or-nhe-tra.
The Animal Meellnc of the Stockhold.
era of the Capital L'otleir ic Cuiun.oroiul
Uompany, Litiuitoit, uul be hi-ld ou lues.
day, the 21t lust., ut 10 o'clmk u. in., at
the oftlto of the Hawaiiau sufo liepoait uud
HOD I. CAT TON,
Secretuiy U. C. & C. Co , I d.
llmuilulu, Jan. 9. IS97. "03 lot
I .vTr- a- vL7K
I I- ATwt . v Xr
.i r i.i r,n wai s' x
J SHOES LsVPYf II
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I 1 rfr-V - LflVY 1 'it nil
I i;wriifif I4t
i i shoes 7.rpy' xv,a y ntit ;
I O Wl n ffc9JW jVS J
The Miiuiifiictiirci's' Shoe Co, ,t,sivelv
Castle & Cooke
Sole Agents for
I rrai P'sary jH&lfn
San rranclsco Office.
112 California Street.
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i rt -v -tt "i ll qt "
i CliAXV J Uilt1 .
You can sivo inonoy fi.r tho
NEXT 13 DAYS
by making your ;-urchascs in
tho Stationery nd Book Lino,
Guitars, Banjos, Musical
Goods, etc., of J. M. WEBB
5J3? At this BaJo nil Paper
Novels will go Jit half-price
whero two or more are wanted.
Make money by saving it in
816 Fort-, Street.
Select from the
I'lc-nch Silks and Si linn,
Japanese S'lk Hauilhorchiofs,
Silk IMibons. Vohets,
Dress Qnnds of every description,
Klautiols in all colors,
Skirting, Stigos, Lining, C t
t mis, Linens,
Blankets, Quilts, Sheeting,
Curtains, Towels, otc. ,
C'othing, Shoes, Fancy and
Swoaters, Socks, Collars, Caffs,
Umbrellas, Handkoiohit-fs, etc.
At Ridiculous Low Prices
Real Estate Broker.
HOD Ivloroluint Strsot.
FOlt SALE and TO LET.
Houho on School alrtotj pnilor, heveral
bedrooms, kitchen, pantry, outhoiiiH-H aud
htablo formerly ocenpiod by lion. W. II.
llouso on Itobello lane, l'alama, ,1 lied
rooniri. dining-rooiii, kitchon, hathrooni,
curiiaKB house aud stable, largo yard.
Houho on Ynuug street; pallor, 2 bod
ioouih, kiKjbeu, pautry, patent cloaet, eta.
Lot opposite Lminhlo Home; healthy uud
Furnished Rooms: Property in all parU
of tho city,
LYLE A. DICKEY,
14 Kaahumanu Streot.
Telephouo No. G32.
Two Nicely r'nnilsliod Itnnmi In
pilvatt residence. Apply Xo, b2
I'rlntero' Lane. 603 3t
OJrw iKav a0 sir' J'x"