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JANUARY 20, JL87.
Nolli'f in hereby given tlmt thorn
remain In UieHiiwitlliiuTieifiiry pay
nblf tn "it-mer, IIih mm of Two Tuou
Html i2.0(K)( Dollar, on delivery of
Bond.- No. 41 ami No. i'M, Stock A,
Act f A"(iu-t 5tli, ISSJ, liletel on
which ct-ifeil .Tu y 17th, 180").
S. M. DAMON,
Mlnl.-ti of Klmmce.
Honolulu, Juimnry 10li, 1S97.
B'()i Eveiii)$ Bulletin,
OANIEL LOGAN. Editor.
WEDNESDAY, JAN. 20, 18'.)7.
Messrs. II. Huckfeld &. Co.'s
aunounced ruHUiuption of their
oldliine policy of bringing iu
Europi'iuih, to woik upon tho
sugar ciltttet wherein they nro in
terestod, will be hailed with gen
eral satibfnction. Much of tho
active element of present civiliza
tion iu thorte islands was intro
duced under the auspices of that
entei prising house. There are
many mou here today eujoyiug
competence whilo promotiug gen
em! prosperity, and holding posi
tions nf i expansibility and trust,
who began thoir careers in humble
capacity. They are raising fnmi
lies in tliiricouiitry whose moiubeis
will develop it resources, fructify
its en ilii'.nlion, and adorn its no -cietj.
While the Bulletin io
gunlf it as ii chimei.ical idea that
Caii-iisian and nativo Hfwiuinn
labor will ever fully meet tho do
mauds of our agricultural ueceasi
tie., jot it lit inly holdo that a very
much larger proportion of theo
e!em-utri to the Asiatic races
mkd.t. with both national and pri
vate .idviintiige, be employed than
is the case. There is no need to
coufiue attempts at introducing
Chuciisiati elements for labor and
ultimate settlement to one
or two or thtoe nation
alities. Any country having
the ior.niH nnd tho customs of mo
dern polities, with a superabund
ant population of men nnd women
hied to toil, may quite judiciously
ho drawn upon for peopling these
labt'idt lib every friend of uiogress
would have them peopled. With
one titiicul and business language,
gnicticully, and our free schools
tuutjlit theieiu, the assimilation of
dilJV n-iit races from the great occi
dental stock and the nativo race
into a homogeneous and harnio
niouf. body politic would not eveu
be a problem. Oontrnctu to labor
for the limited tei iu of threo years,
made with such immigrants db
those here in dibcu'-sion, could
not possibly be regarded as ob
jectionable to our friends in the
United States. It is to bo hoped
that othor influential concerns
will immediately take the examplo
of Messrs. II. Hackfeld & Co. into
Someono lately suggested to the
Buli.UI'IN that it enter on a cam
paign for procuring government
food inspection. Tho writer has
often advpeated that thing and in
more tlmu ona newspaper of Ho
nolulu. People forget ho soon,
however, that tho only timo for
agitating tuiy reform is closo to
tho assembling of tho Legislature.
That food inspection is greatly
needed heto may easily bo im
plied from tho discoveries con
stantly being made, of deleterious
adulterations of food and drink,
by tho official inspectors at San
i'rancisoo. Not only for tho iu
Bpection of tho great varioty of
supplies wo recoivo from thouce,
but that of much of homo manu
factures, is it important that thero
should bo official inspection here.
Our fresh meat and fish are in
spected by officers of the Board
of Health. Why not all of tho
imported ftluff that goes on our
tables V It i Vr-oll known tlmt iu
Chiucso rcstauriiiiU liomi'iniulo
comlinieuts mo nut bofoic enters
iu vespcla bearing the labels of
It was through overnight, yes-
(...! n- (lint Ilia HrlU'TtU lllll lint
make tho correction to esiv that it i
. ,., Vr , . r ,i
is not W. N . Armstrong, formerly i
...1!. f .!. A.lvnt-fSanr n,wl
UllilJl Vi. lllll 4ftt t l t Jl "' "
member of tho Labor Commission, ' 0uj jnnrrmgtli nm ;8 I110urued by a few little articles which are
who is introducing Canadian n largo number of fond relatives. ' indispensable ill all well-re-salmon
spawn for stocking 11a- Doath ovortook him at tho early ' guhlted households,
waiian rivern. age of twonty-six years, cutting oir Tie Qm Cf SHAVER is
i a promising caieer. :..,4. ...t, ,,., ,.,i- nr
, ,-, fll I IMie luinented youug man was 'jUSt What VOU Want. Altet
Lloyd Osborne, stepson of tho conil(.0te(l with the BOLLKTIN for yOU have USed it OUCe )'0U
late Itobert Louis Stovoiihon, is a many years. While a composi- ' will realize llOW HIUCll ice VOU
candidate for the position of tor on tho paper early iu the uino- might have Saved ill the Clays
United States Consul at Samoa. , "Jiiumio" turned into tho , Qne by not including the
II. is weHknown and highly e, j 'tffi 3 Tiui wearaJd tear of your temper.
teemed in Honolulu, and there is 0Vl.t3l incidents observod by him 1 he Ueill ICC oliaver IS liaildy,
not the least doubt hero that he ' on the street, etc. In 1801 tho cheap, economical and labor
would do credit to the post. present editor of this paper took t saving. Get One.
i him "off the case" arid mude him . Picu 9r ai pdq AAnnv
.lilt. I'OI'.INIK'S I.I I'M'Ill.S.
Thr) Will .tot lin llltfii I'mlrr
tlio Au-lrr il tin- Y. II. I.
Mr. Coelho asks that tho state
ment ho made that the lectures '
t f i... t ;... .i Uo I
arranged for by him and to bo
given by Mr. Poepoo and others
are not under tho auspices of the
Youiic Hawaiians' Institute. Mr.
Pnunnn wna h linvn lpnlorpll in 1
ii,t ..o.,;.,t;, inf 'riirui.iv I
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member of the Institute .as p res- I
ent but liinibfrir and the members !
of his Glee Club who had been
No audience appearing it was
.manned that Mr. Poenoo should !
l,.,.hf7, r.,rtlu. .doe elub. manv of '
whom are studviui; law. To pro
- r - - i ... i
cure some funds to purchase law
books with, it was decided that,
while no charge should be mado
to Mr. Coelho and his gleo club
boys, members of the Young Ha
waiians' Inslituto should be
charged a fee of 25 cents per
mouth and those who belonged to
neither oigaui.ution CO cents.
Mr. Poepou's lectures will bo
given weekly in conjunction with
ii monthly lecture by other pro
minent attorneys, several of
whom have taken on interest iu
the matter and volunteered their
AT MONTHLY IM'i:OIIOX.
Continued from lxl Page.
morning during the review
Professor Borger had tho men
play one of Sousa's popular
marches, "The Thunderer," which
they have learned by heart, and
which will take the placo of
"Company D Minstrels" and some
other marches of which everyono
has bpcomo tired.
Company E, Captain Coyne,
has -11 enlisted meu at piosent,
and Company E, Captain Ziegler,
The regular branch of the mili
tary service of the Hawaiian Gov
ernment is ccitainly in a degree
of efficiency today, not a little of
which is duo to thoso monthly in
spections by the Minister of War.
(rout Muolcil Trent.
Announcement is madu today
of a ruro musical treat iu storo.
Mrs. Breitschuk-MuiquimU, tho
peerloss harpist who onco
before arousod groat enthusiasm
in Honolulu, is coming by
tho Coptic to givo ouo night
in tho Hawaiian Opera Houso.
In hor company will bo Mr.
Donald do V. Graham, renowned
as a tenor among tho higher
social circles of Sun Erancisco,
wheio ho is a lion at
fashionable musicales. Mr.
Harry Gillig, tho wollkuowu
travolor, who has a splondid bari
tone voice, ljas kindly volunteered
to assist on tho occasion. Ho
seldom has appoared in public,
excepting for socioty benefits to
charity, so that his appoarauco
horo will bo an ovont in itsolf.
Mr. Graham, although already
numb-ring not a few of our peoplo
among his friends, brings luttors
of introduction from loading so
cioty pooplo of Sun Frunoisco to
Pugilists Corbott and Eitesim
mons aro matched to fight ou
Saint Patrick's day for a purse of
15,000 aud a side bet of S5000,
but whether it will turn out to bo
a fist fight, a jaw fight or a foul
fight remains to bo proven.
.i,u:.s iMM.sntt in t).
Alter il liiinx llnlllo Willi llnir
.IlK'Clllillii nt Knlinln.
I3y the stenmor Kiunu cntuo llio
not unexpected news of the death
of JnmoB II. Bolster of Honolulu,
which happoncd at tho home of
lilu atntlaliatnt- fifl IT rP Wnll-rt-
. ' ' . '
North Kohaln, on tho oveumc
MU U U.U.UJ X-
He was a son of
H, !... Al,.,l,. l,.lol..l.n an...
a reporter, with the police station I .r.,.r.,nnnnr. K:--t in ,.
and the water fiont as his special j housekeepers object to pre
cue, and he served faithfully and ! paring fish for the table, be
well in that capacity for four j cause of the bother of scaling
years. Upon a change of man-, them. We have a handy little
iigement, nearly tjvo years ago, , jnctmmenf for the DurDOSe
J1rr- Bolster weut into the servico
wt the Hawaiian blur, where he
nimMv satisfaction. He
ro,)ort(!(i lQ rt)ceodiiigs of the
House of Itopreseutativos for that
paper, uis Knowledge ot uotn
iatiunes beinc valuable iu that
After the snpcml session
MD3W. l.iUh failed and he was I
gninlwl a furlough by his em-,
I ". ruriihuj w"
'.ll"106t " tle,lth H ',(,(.n x 1,llr, ,l
"K n i-lwiiRO of air in lalolo
valli-y. hnr recu-.ered a.,d went to
work on the btar again. Again
failing ho spout some timo at Kt.
hula hwt year and returning to
town impiovod resumed his news
paper work. But a complication
of disordors had taken hold of his
system. Ho soon broke down
once for all aud resigning his
position, to tho regret of hi. em
ployers, ho betook himself agaiu
to tho Kohala air. Iu3t declmo
made itself evident, however,
with the sad result hero recorded.
At the death of his father about
nine years ago, James H. Bolster
took up his home with tho Walk
ors, thon living iu town. Mrs.
Walkor acted as n good mother to
him until tho end. Ho was r
charter member ami tho first cor
responding secretary ot the Young
Hawaiians' Institute, vory popu
lar iu athletic and social circles,
a good vocalist and fond of music,
and, in tho estimation of all who
knew him, a gonial and fine young
fellow. Ho was an associate inom
bor of tho Y. M. C. A. Conscious
to the last, his end was peaeoful.
ltov. L. IJyrd attended his bed
sido Tor the lust few weeks,
aud tho dying young man took
evident comfort iu spiritual min
istrations. A favorite passage of
sciipturo to him was, "Come unto
mo all yo that aro weary and
heavy-laden, and 1 will givo you
Tho ladies of Kohala were very
kind to him in his lust illness, as
sisting at his bedside aud bring
ing him nouiishing delicacies.
They also decorated his gravo
'I Ik- IlNIld il Julnm.
A court-martial sitting at Mani
la has commenced the trial ol
eighteen alleged lobols. The ovi
denco thus far adduced shows that
tho accused wero iu correspon
douco with patrons iu Jupan who
woro interested in fomenting and
aiding the insurrection. Tho pro
secutor asks that sentenco of
death be passed ou all the oigh
Tho dispatches from Manila
stato that a great sensation bus
boon caused thoro by tho revola
tions that have been mado by con
spirators now under arrest. One
of tho prisoners has stated that ho
know that Japan intended to send
a squadron of warships to tho
Philippino Islauds and that sho
would recognize tho bolligoroncy
of the rebels iu nil tho provinces
revolted. This confirms tho bo
liof that has beon entortaiued evor
sinco tho outbreak ot the insur
rection that Japan is very auxious
to secure possession of the islands
and is responsible for much, if
not all of tho trouble
If tho Oubuus nnd Spuniards
aro loft nlono mucii longer thoro
won't bo n man on the island and
tho womon will bo advertising to
swap Btipar plantations for hus-baiuls.-TlioCull.
We have an immense con
signment of new goods on the
way which will make quite a
sensation when we expose them
Iai ciIa In tna matnfima tim
.' it .i . ' i
uesire iu can vuur uiieiitiuii tu
which does the work quickly
without scattering the scales
all over the house. They are
cheap, uet one.
French Slicers These
are lijrht 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 $1 ?.
Bread Knives All kinds!
in ivory, wood or metal handles, j
including the celebrated Gauss
bread knife, j
Silver FJlated Spoons and j
forks in great variety. i
Aiost or 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' Lank
NO. 307 FORT STREET,
Sale of Valuable Real Es
tate. In purMiuut'o if an tinier (if tin- Cir
cuit Ci'UH ut (Iih Kir-t (jiicutt of iliu
Hiiwulinii Ixlniulh, the mi 'er-K'iieil
Will M-ll Ut plllllllt llUl'lltlll, III lll-1llt
lion mom- "f W. S .iiue, Honolulu,
Tliurpilny, Juiuiary L'lnt, 1S!)7, nt 1-
O'clock llooil, till of lilt) follow I UK tlt'j-
crlliel He.l K-iiite
Apnon 1 K li". miiUu mm w ke
klhl II I;, e pill ana me );'" Ulhl Al;uu
i) k.-i pu t KKkit iimwupiia ii ke kuiva
o im pnlniku iiiii I nit o kii Pu Hiii'
pule, it c linlo Hkiii 73s ICom 'J."i2
pitiiku uiH k't ICnkn, ulttilit liolo A I; ii ii
li"o Koiii. lot pitiiku nit ko Limn,
aluiliv liolo Akau Tils Hlk. U03 pxiiku
mu ke AIiiiiiiI, ulnllit liolo Hem.-l:
II k, IliO 1'iiiikii uiu ka Pa-Hnlepuie u
hlkl 1 kitlit i liontnitkii itl Ma kt-ht
upitna Hluit pdhule ho 33-KKI ICk'i The
Mime helm; Ai'itna 1 nf Ro.vul 1'ittfUt
171(1 Killeuim 1)00 to L,!ie sltimietl at
Auwtiioliinu, I'dUOH, OjIiu.
jXF On Dili Lund there is a large
dwelling huu-ie. In the yard ami
KroumU tliurt; urn numerous fruit treeit
Iu heiiriu, orimuiuiititl tfeu?, Ilowtrd
ami Bin ubs
lielnjr 8ltu:ito ut the ttntruncH of
I'uuou Vullt'v, tlH climutt) la delight
fully cool uml hoitlthy.
tJtir TeiniH, Cush, Uuiteil States
SJ0 Conveyimco utfxpone of Pur
AilinlnUtriitrlxoflhu ICstatuuf Wtn.
It. I'urker, deceived, 608-5 1
Tho V. M. O. A. Orchestra being
about to ruouiue practice, Invites
Amuteur Players In the city to Join
Its ritnks, more particularly thoro
who play Violin, Cornet anil Flute.
Apply to H. F. Wiulimuu, Prestileut;
V. A. Love, treasurer; Wray Taylor,
secretary, or any member of tho or
The Annual Meetinc of the Htookhold
era of the Capital Coll'eo k Commercial
Company, Liiuitoil, will lie held on Tues
day, tho Slut iubt., at ID o'clock a. in., at
tho ofllco of tho Hawaiian rfnfo Deposit' and
BecretaiyC. O. iO.Co., IA1.
Honolulu, Jan. !). 1807. S03-10t
I a LZirr. r stock of
1 U F5Vj PRESENTS
Thn. Hflimfiipiiirow' Slinn f!n JBxou-wiveiv
i iiv iuiiuuiuuuiri;ui miwu vUk WinR.
Castle & Cooke
Sole Agents for
TkxtiA. riuitLvV j
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K San IVancIeco OCUco, M
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, . uiuitoritia u.ruct. f-vt
St2 T.'j 1&K ? JZ-'tfA ffl
You can aavo inoitoy f r the
NEXT 13 DAYS
by making your purchases in
tho Stationery ru d J3ook Line,
Guitars, Banjos, Musical
Gooo's, etc., of J. M. WEBB
J At this Sale all Paper
Novels will o at half-price
where two or more aro wanted.
Make money by saving it in
31 6 Fori-, Street.
By irttiu of k Writ of Ksocntiou issued
out of the Uistuct Court, on tho 15:h day
of January , .1. D. 1897, njptluiUCuow 8iug.
defenditnt, iu favor of In SiiiR, p'aiutiir, (or
tho sum of S2iO.'.23 I have levied upon
and shall uxpuho for stle at tho Station
Iloune, in tbo 1). strict of Ucmuliil'i, Island
of Ouhu, at 12 o'clock of Saturday, tho
2l)th day of !' binary, A ). 13!)7, to tho
highest bidJcr, nil the right, title and in
tortht of tho Haiti Chow Sing, defendant,
in and to tho following piojieity, iiuIoph
siid jwlgnvut, lntcrw, cotts and myox
ponsos bo previously paid.
List of prnpeity for H.ile:
Consisting of tho one-tenth intertBt in
tho Icitaelulil righln nnd HHbCUof the Una
of Bun Wong t'o Coaipauy, n Itjitauu
plantation, sitnatnd ou the mauka aide of
tho WaikUi mail at WnlUlci.
Honolulu, Jahn.Juiiuary, 10, A.D. 1897.
Jl. P.. HITCHCOCK,
Deputy Marshal ltepuhliu of Hawaii,
Oahti Sugar Company.
Notice Is hereby clven toSnbucrlbera
for Block In Hie Oahu Sugui Co., that
a llr-t iiH.sesxiui'iit of tfii perciiitou
said Stock Is puyubiu at the titlliie of
II. Hackfeltl & Co , ou Q'leun htreet,
ou the L'Uth of January, lbiJT.
J. F. HAClCFELD,
Treusurer O.thu Hiujur Co.
Honolulu, Juuutiy 18, 1S!)7. .r))0-3t
Bookcopor wAuts position; experi
ence! Iu mercantile, muuudtuturiug
and banking nccouuts. Salary modorr
ate. Adiiicsa "Accountant," Bulle
tin otllco. 509-4t
Two Nicely Furnished Ilooms In
pilvnto resilience. Apply No. 62
i'rluterri' I.uue. SOS 3t
A Bunch ol Keys.
Reward nt this
NOTARY PUBLIC aud TYPEWRITER
Office: 203 Jlorohant street, Campbell
Block tear of J. 0. drtoi' office. V. O.
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