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n,vt,M'. " i i i, ins FEBRUARY -1 l'.7
-ij ale of hoxtQ, Boat Honeo Sito, East
Side Jt'io Hatbor cf Honolulu.
On W'wliifsiliiy, March 10, 1507, nt 12
o't in 1 mi ii, nt tlio front uiitrnnco of the
Imciitue llulUlitig, will be sold nll'uUto
Amllm llio lunao ot n Dont Ilonso Situ
Htimtb mi t)0 ljixt Siilo o the llnrlior be
1 w Hw IU. lAiilYnckt and lioat Club llnlld
trv, .iiiliilu, Onliti, coutiilning nu rtua
1 10 0 S piarii 1'tft n little uioro or less.
tun i piiM for 10 years.
II. H-t ni.ul SoO.OOptf numim pajnblo
(.flin-.ti'iiUii ly in mhniiru,
I Li hull- nl Ii-rko Ih conditioned Hint with
in i.iti .uwi Hum dule, tlio lcbsio h1u.1I erect
w nu tli wiiil ttlta a gwd substmitial
Jtnil.iinn in i-o-.t tiot Iomi tli in Uno Tliou
k ml Do loin mill to bo mod for Uout Club
ii 1 1 h. oniy.
lu i'u-y f-j.lil llont HoUbo Site is neoded
in l.uiluho or otber Uovtrumeut pur
l..-ei hi m.y tlmu during tbu term of this
in ho tli" h me hitd tiriiilnato upon 12
koit.k notice from the Minister of tlio
lt n i id li.it ilTtct.
lliul. iii i bo noe vdd by tbe lessee nt
tin tuiiuiiu tiou of tbu li'Hi-c, by uoticu or
" J. A. KINO.
Miutster ot tho Int.irlor.
In ttior Ofuoe, fob. 3, 1807. B2t-3t
OANlitL LOGAN, Kditor
THURSDAY', I'liU. 4, 1897.
I'etnet, tho Fieuch Consul
h Yokohama, lately arrived nt
Hnu Kinucisco on hia way lioino.
Hi li.is to explain to tlio Minister
of FitiiMn Affaire a card gnmo
hciiijdiil t line Iiiih marie an uproar
in Yokohama club circles In
tnct, ii was accuse I of cheating
in a poker name, and ho nays til"
only pmund of tin charge is his
dropping a curd accidentally on
tlio fl Kir. Tlic Cn'ihiil admit ho
won 'Jill) you iitnl ways the am mat
i-oulri not liaVH been greater, for
'tlio ruii'tiii that the ijiiiuu wis a
two funic limit. It is to he hoped
lie iun clear himself ami on Iih
iHiurn to Yokohama lilit ennui
Willi i!l0 ill 'ID. ill ins j, nu ) of soli
Hawaiian conduct labor cannot
J'oiifvtiy be pointed to in the
Uiiil'd States ns it black bear in
the annexation (jiii'Hli.n, eiuee the
fciupi. mi' Court of that countiy
)ia upheld contract lalior relative
1o a whole larun i-lass of wage
faiinis. In the Arnon case a !
iiiiijniitv opinion of the C urt de
time that it is liwful to imprit-on
Amencan sailors who do not livo
Till to I heir contracts. Justico
lint Inn tenders a vigorous dis
H-iiti' ( opinion, holding that the
tli iokI of tho sailois of tho Aiagou
vas in violation of the Thiiteenth
Amendment, in that it was nu at
tempi lo enforce iiivoluuliiiy eei
Titude Thcffi ia nothing to bo gained
t i .i p .
i iii-Iju miuk uie venous ,aci mr
MinoxntMii proMpects of John
Slieriiiiiti's liecnuiiug Secretary of
Htate. That HtateniMi is on record
s liiiiug oppostd even close com
iiH'icml relations betweon the
U'liteil States and Hawaii, nnd,
r-1 ill moie emphntically, declarinu
H.'iiin-t die acquisition of any out
Ijiiiu teiiitory. Siill, a Semetaiy
of Slate is not omnipotent iu Am
crican e Hairs, as has been signally
pioved iu tho present mluiiuistin
tion's Hrnniiai. poiiev.
It is Minted nt Washingtan that
tho Nnarngua Canal bill now
pending gives the United StMeB
practical control of the uoik Tho
nrbiuation treaty has been dis
cussed in tho Senate foreign coin
mittee as to its bearing on tho
canal. Senator Morgan is tepor'
cd as iiiHsting that the canal sit-
nation must bo settled before the
treaty could bo ratified. It looks
therefore ns if theso Iwo great
matters aro to die togethor this
.eessiou in a piu'o dnl embrnco.
Nicrlv fnrnished rooms nt the
JPopnlar House, 151 Fort street,
irora 61.00 per wook up.
UTIU 7IAII, NltriiS
Cr'nlll nl IiiU'llliri'iu'e Irnlil lllrTi it'll!
nro occurring m
Famine hns followed tho black
Tho Spaniards claim a victory
in Santa Clnia province.
A blizzard with inlonsocold
has extended from llio Rockies to
A pnrndo of Cuban sympathiz
ers iu Lima, Pom, was dispersed
by the polico.
It's nil lies about tho Czar's bad
health and needing to bnvo his
John 0. ltoid,n very nblo and
popular rditor of Now York, is
dead. Ho began as n typesetter.
Tlio cold btinp readied tho
South, causing grent suffering
nmong tlio poor nt St. Louis and
It ir charged that Amnricnn sail
ors have been ill-treated iu Silm
ria. They uero imprisoned for
Tho Grnnd Trunk Railwny of
Canada eharges a tnriff for enrry
ing the bikes of pas60tigcrs, no feo
to be leas than 20c.
A largo excursion party from
Ronton will ciime out to iho
Clnitinn Endeavor convontion in
California in Juno.
President Cleveland wns to pro
claim all quarantine matters nt
San FrniH'iscn under the chnigo
of the N'ltionnl Government.
The Czar has a nrw Tienhw,
born to his sister, fhe (Urn ml
DuelmsH Xi'tiia. wife nf Oiand
Dttko Alexander Jlichaelnvilei'.
It wan plated in the House of
Ciiiiiinmi-i that the Hrilish (i ''rn
meut had no iiitentinn oT ealMnp;
an in tcrtint ininil mouetarv con
Manitoba has had it "only" CO
degrees li"low z-ro, O taw i, ''ii
11 iminimi enpital, trieil to keen
warm with 27 degiees below
A paiiio was euused in Mir
soillos bv nine xitd leu dent lis in
one s'reet, Hiipp i-i'il at lirnt from
the pbi'.'iie but olliiiiallv declared
from infect oils pneumonia
Senator Turpie has tnld tho
Senate what he thinks nh 'lit
Spain. ' and it isn't particulnily
coinplimenlnry. The Cuban ques-
tion ih Htill heiug chewed in (Jon
The bodv of Winistr
reached Louisville, Kentuckv, the
ovenin of .January 21 Ii was to
lie until the f'niernl at the h-msn
of W. H. Dulaut'y, fnther of Aire.
Wejler claims that there are no
ortmiiized bodies of rebels in the
provinceH of Havana and Matau
Z'ls, niid that thene provinces s.re
therefore to bo legarded ns about
ConureHsniau Slurtpvant of
Peuii-lviui a says MeKinlev told
him he would cull a special ses
simi on Match 15, nn he wanted lo
inaugurate protection and give
idle mi ii woik.
Ex-Queen Liliuoknlnni was in-
t i.. .. .i i... r. : i..i
iiiiui'iin iei'i:ieii ny i ii'-iiieuc
Olevvlan I atth White H .us v
Mi s. Cleveland was nut. The ex
Queen thanked the ('resident for
Ii lis friendly policy toward her
people, and praised the late Min
ister Wil ih. President Cleveland
wns ver, cordial.
The House foroiun committeo
will unanimously report on the
lesolution to inquire into the lie granted, tie says lio lias no
status of the treaty whereby neith imni'-diato intention of returning
er the United Slates nor Great i to the islands.
Hiitaiu may build warships on In tlio menntimo the fnko iu
the great hikes. In a letter from question has doubtless been a
Prehideiit Cleveland to Seoielaiy t-ontco of annoyance to Judge
Iletbeit in 1895, approving tho Hitchcock nnd hia friends, and for
refusal of the Navy Department to , n time put the Government iu bud
consider bids for budding war- odor with thorn.
ships at Detroit, the Piesident
mijs that whi'e the treaty impo-os ' jn OIPec0) j the third coututy
(midships on the United Slates, it b, (!ii (in WP,irjnf of silk was for
must beobsoived. bidden to woman, tho husbands
Dr. Walter "Wyman, Surgeon ' of tlno who violated tho lnw bo
General of the United States ing heavily fined, on the theory
rm, has reported on his iuves- that a husbnnd ought to bo able
filiations of the bubonic- plague, to contiol hia wife's tnsto for
He nayMi "In general the diseaso finery.
is Hprentl in tin same manner as
cholera, except Hint tho cholera
germ must eutor the iutoatinnl
ttact, whilo the gorm of tho plnguo
na attack any pirtof tho mucous
membrane, or be attended by
even the minutest abrasion of tho
akin. While this norm is so
viiile nnd so easily taken into the
system, it is one of the most easi
ly killed by disinfection."
Royal Baking Powder
From actual analysis made by me, I
pronounce the- Royal Baking Powder
to be the Strongest and Purcs't Baking
Powder before the public.
It is entirely free from alum and other
additions injurious to health.
Chtmitt, Biin Franciuo Board of Health.
All other baking powders are shown by
analysis to contain alum, lime or ammonia.
Niim I'.uilii'Cli'U u lilt n I'ri'iiilni'iil
Sun 1'rniil-oi 11 1 in
William Poster the lawyer,
formerly police magis'rate of
Honolulu, is now or-.nected with
the well known firm of Ohicker
iug, I'homas & Uiegory of San
FinnciM'O, which is t-lnntly lo
move lo new offices nt 222 Sn
tioiiii) hti'i-et. Ho has an oilice
with the firm, does oilice mid
Illiri .woik foi them on a Milnrx.
nnd has libel ty to nttoild to nn
othei lusinoH of his own that he
can et. Altogether it is a ver
go d thing for him, and he hope
it wdl enable htm to remain in
Sin Fiancisco permanently. Air.
Ko-ter would be ju-t the right
man for handling loal comtniH
sions from Honolulu on tho Coast.
Mr. Foster will no doubt be ox
treniel annoyed when he learnx
the gn-Hly unwai ranted Use that
has beau made nl ''is name, in a
Honolulu paper. If having trans
piled fioin the Ilauniiau Coiihu
late (leneral at San Fruuci-'Co Unit
be had taken the oath there to the
HaW'iiiati coiiHtitu'iou, a story
wu- lorth -vitli mauiifaetured nut of
whole cloth that the Hawaiian
Uoverniunut had offered him the
position of Circuit .J udiin of Ha
wn'' '" supplant Judge E t.
micucncK wno was inieiy appoiui
od after much delibeiatiou over
eevetal voluntary and involuntary
on ml tla'os. Ileforo he ritor was
concocied which makes its puli
licatiou the moie unjuslifinble
the itiNiuuatioii of a Hilo paper
that Judgo Hitchcock' nppoiu
ment was onl tiinporm hud
boen denied emphatically iu olli
Thetiuth about Mr. Fo-terV
nppliettiou for letters of deuizu
tiou, under which Ins taking of
the oath was necessary, was simp
ly that he desired to qualify ns an
applicant for one of the Hainiikua
government lots, that his brother
in law had ndvised him to try and
get foi the purpose of having it
planted with coffee. He has ex
plained this iu nustvor to a letter
from a government official here,
informing him that it is not the
policy of tho Government to giant
letters of denization to tiou reni
dents, but just its sunn as the ap
plicant would intimate his pui-
pose of returning and remaining
here permanently the letters would
Attention, Company A.
Aumoiiy Company A , N. Q . IT.,
Hn.NuLULU, Ktbumry 4, 18U7.J
AEery Meuilxir ot tliln Comuiniiil U
li rDy oiflerud to report nt the Drill
Saul THIS (Thuin.l..y) KVUNJiW.
nt 7:30 o'clock, for
KANE KNIVES, KUT1ERY,
We have jubt opened out
some large invoices ot Ameri
can and English cutlery, com
prising: nearly everything in
that line of goods that is need
ed in a well-regulikd lumily
or plantation. Among them
pleasuie in calling
to a few specialties
Wade & Butcher's English
Wostenholm's English Ra
zors and Pocket Cutlery.
Green River American But
cher Knives, all sizes and
Bankers' Shears, handy for
clipping coupons off bond's.
Barbers' Shears and Hair
We have also received a
fresh supply of the justly cele
brated Hawaiian Special Alu
minum Cane Knives, which
are unequalled lor strength,
durability and lightness.
These are only a few of the
things we handle in this line
of goods. We shall be, pleased
to show you an extensive as
sortment of recently imported
novelties in cutlery at any time.
Hawaiian Hardware Co.
Opposite Sprockols' Bank
NO. 307 PORT STREET.
Real Estate broker.
200Y, Merch int Btrcet.
FOR SALE and TO LET.
Honno on llorotnnlft Btrcet, near Piiltol
Btret-tj 4 rooms, dining ruotn, IcitoLen, bntli
ro m ami nn oaipty lot to la-qi it koriix
Hoiim on Uoliool Hiri-ctj piirlor, bercrl
ballrooms, kitchen, pnilry, ouiuoiibtauml
stulilo formerly occuinoil by llou. V. II.
House on ltobello lime, Pa'amn, 3led
rooms. illniiiR-roi'm, kitchau, Imtluoom,
piirriftRO liouso nntl Htnble, lsre yiuil.
Lot oppoHito Lunnlilo Home; lleulttiy imd
Piuulshoil ltooniBj Proptity In all parts
of tho tlty.
A Special Meeting nf the Tlonnl of
Trustees of the Qtn-i-n's Hospital will
liu held nt the room of the Uhainber
of Commerce on FritlaVi the 6ih ilny
nf Fehumry, ut 10 n'ulnuk a. in. Bust,
nebs ot lmportauco. IVr oiiler,
P. A. BCHAKPKIt,
Honolulu, Februnrif 2, 1897. 6i!4-2t
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Tlio llaDiifiictnn'R' Shw Ik
Warranted Absolutely Stainless.
Reduced from . .
$3 to' $2 per Dozen.
For This Week Onlv
In the YEAR
Are tho kiud of goods we
handle. "Whilst the holidnys
have made great gaps in some
lines, most of our Hues will
still be found very com
plete, notably that of Watches.
It takes a good many sales to
make an impression in our
stock, wo carry bo many.
Watcher for $3
For men and boys, and
Watches for $300
For those with a longer
purso and an inclination for
something out of tho ordinary.
Wo want to ndd you to our
list of plonsed watch oustomors,
no matter how little or how
much you have to spend for tho
purpose Wo have tho goods,
aud our mauy yoars of expori
onco will bo gladly given to aid
yon in solootiug ono which vill
be best for you.
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Hawaiian Opera House
Monday Evening -Feb. 8j
H. M.GILL1G, J A M IB WILDER
MISS KATE MoGREW.
Popular PricoH Will Prevail.
B"" An Entiio Change of Pro
gram will be presented. 522 6t
h or ale I
Small BouMlie Couna ur- ready
fer tiuiibilaniii i. Ai.ly to
W. IC HOWELL.
Money to Loan.
On Apprnviil Sti'iniiv Apply to
A V flEAR,
210 Kl g Btrcet.
Residence at Waikiki,
Furnlhlieil or Unfurii'Mied.
510 lv V. i PKACOCK,
N FERNANDEZ .
NOTARY PUBLIC anil TYPEWRITER
OmcEi 203 Meri'luinl street, Campbell
Illockrear of J. O CHrtu' office, P.O.
With Rotinl, for i n irentlemon,
Aptily at Huu.miN Oilice. 51Mw
The livening ISulletin, 7-5 'cents
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