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liVEMMU IMl.LfcJTlfv, -FEUIIUARY C li7
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Sale of Loaco, Beat Hottso Slto, East
Sido of t'r.o Harbor of Honolulu.
On Wednesday, Muroh 10, 1807, at 12
O'clock tioou, at tho front entrance of tho
Caucutlve Dulldiug, will lie Hold atPubllo
Auction (he leaso of o Boat House Slto
flltii. le ou tl.o Ensl Sido of the Harbor bo-I-..W
the IIcmIhuI Ymht nud Boat Club llulld
tl,:, iniiolnlu, Oitbu, coutaiuing nu area
of (VH4 Square Fee t-u little wore or less,
T- ru, Lease tor' 10 yearn.
t pi t icutjl $50.00 per annum payoble
wml-sunually in advauto.
1h - lu of lease Is conditioin d that wilh
iti ou year fiom dato, tho lessee shall erect
(joii the said bite a good substantial
Bub ! g to cost uolltfeB tluu One Tuou
sA hi In unit and to bo mod (or Dont Club
lu chm) t.uld Boat House Slto t needed
Or Wharfage or other (lovtrnnient pur
pose! ut nuy tiuie during tho toim of this
Iciiko the snuio fluid terminate upon 12
Loit- s notico from the MiuUter of the
Interior to that effect.
Huilning to bo removed by the lessco at
' file termination of the lease, by notice or
J. A. KING,
Minister of the Interior.
Initrior Offlco; Fob. 3, 1897. r.24.3t
oQ(( Euei)i)$ Bulletin,
DANIEL LOGAN, Editor.
FRIDAY, FEB. G, 18J7.
THIS IS GOOD.
Genoral A. S. Hitrlwell, as at
toi iicy lor tho Pacific Cnblo Coru
piitiy of New York the opposi
tion to Col. Spalding's company
of Now Jersey has made a pro
position to tho Hawaiian Govern
ment for a franchise. It waives
Miy idea of an oxclusivo francliiso
for a Hue between hero and tho
United States, but ask instead for
Ki exulusivo privilege of lauding
er.ihlfH on these islands, from any
c 'Uiitry, for the terra of twenty
ffjearn. His or tho compa
yV reason for not asking for
ecdusivo rights as to tho Amor
Jbu lino is coufosod, with a
d 'licioiirt candor, to bo that the
United States Congress will not
tear tell of any such a proposi
tion. This is a case, then, whore
Hawaii is not to copy the good
example of America, in its spurn
iffg of thn tyrant Monopoly,
pinsn remarks are not to bo con
strued as reflecting in any degreo
upon Geueral Hartwoll's nction
in the matter. He is admittedly
acting ouly as tho professional
attorney for tho speculators of
abnormal 'gall in Now York. Ono
co"n hardly help imagining tho
CfonerulV genial stnilo irradiating
tll lines of the application.
Information of vital interest to
holders of American certificates
for master mariners and mates has
just been furnished to the Bulle
tin. Formerly it was the rule
taut the holders had to appear
ppiHiiually before tho inspector at
a-.United States port for tho un
gual renewal of their certificates.
How it has been ruled as sufficient
tuut they send their certificates to
tlio inspector at tho port whoro is-Bur-d,
but endorsed with the rea
sons why tho holder cannot ap
pear personally, and tho fact cer
tified to by the United States Con
sul whoro an applicant resides.
All being satisfactory in any caso,
a renewal of tho certificate for fivo
years -is 'issued, with the added
virtue of holding good another
fivo years unloss canceled for
cause. This will be gratoful in
formation for many holders of
certificates in thnso islands.
There is a little international
storm focus hovering over tho
New Hebrides group in the South
Schb. Lately the Premier of
Victoria, in roply to a deputation,
said that tho rumors of the inten
tion of Franco to annex the isl
ands woro "simply bounce on the
part of Fronoh traders." Tho
same authority has it that tho
New Hebrides question is on tho
list of subjects to 1)0 dealt with nt
tho meeting of tlio Federal Conn
oil. Elections for that body nro
boing bold in tho colonies. Aus-
tralia lms n littlo Monroe doctriuo
of its own in tho South Suns, for
the enforcing of which it Btoutly
claiinB tho Bupport of tho Mother
Country. Tho Australian oolouics,
i unlike tho Dominion of Oanndn,
' mnintnin nn Auxiliary Hoot to co-
, operato with tho British squadron.
Anti-Boreas sometimes whoops
it up in a way to make his rolativo
of the Arctic turn green with
nvy. He blow an unco' blast of
soventy-ono miles an hour in Syd
ney on the evouiug of tho fourth
day of January, which stripped
houses of their roofs and slivered
tho sails of craft in the "most
beautiful" harbor. Indeed, ho
seemed to bo incited to hie wrath
by throatoned trespass from tho
north, as ono local account has it
that a storm had sprung up from
tho northwest, and twenty minutes
later tho Autarctio monstor, tra
veling from the southwest, broko
over tho harbor. It was an ovon
ing to bo rocalled past the.middlo
of ' tlio twentieth century by the
then "oldest inhabitant" -for tho
eleotric journals of that day.
Responses como quickly from
public opinion of tho Pacific
Const to annexation sentiment in
thoso islands. An article dealing
especially with the sugar question
as related to annexation, which
appeared in tho Bulletin of Jan
uary 12, hud little more than time
to bo read in the interior newspa
per oflicos of California bofore the
return mail, yet sovoral responses
all in favor of tho causo wore re
ceived by that mail. It is the in
terior press rather than tho big
joint stock prints of San Francis
co hired out, as those undoubted
ly aro, to largo speculative inter
ests, which is tho correct mirror
of the minds of the electorate.
California is not against the ad
mission of Hawaii, beetroot or no
That the Nippon Yushon Kai
sha's steamor line lately started to
Australia is rather a success,
would appear from tho fact that
an intermediate cargo boat tho
German steamer Siegfried has
been chartered. No mistake,
Japaucao maritime enterprise in
the Pacific all over it is already
n pretty lurgo reality for the study
of other maritime nations.
Horsoless carriages are the
Effort lu Mitrulla In Iluve American
nud C'aundlan Line Alteruntr.
Communication has boon 'open
ed by the Postmaster Genoral of
New South Wales, tho Sydnoy
Daily Telegraph says, with tho
Government of New Zoaland with
a view to securing a fortnightly
mail Bervice to America. Tho N.
S. W. Government subsidises two
lines, the A. and A. and the Caua
dian-Australian. The second
subsidy is paid direct. Tho first
is paid through thn Government
of Now Zoaland. The A. and A.
Compauy rnus its steamors every
fourth Mombiy, making 13 trips
in tho year. The Canadian lino
runs oxaotly onco a month. In
the naturo of things, tho times of
departure overlap occasionally,
and tho poBtoftico then derives
little advantage from tho two
services. It is intended shortly by
tho Canadian - Australian Com
pany to put on tho Aorangi as an
additional boat lor Vancouver.
By an nrrangement with the New
Zealand Post-ofiico tho company's
steamers will probably call oither
at Auckland or Wellington ou
each trip. Mr. Cook is anxious to
arrange with thn Now Zealand
Postinastor-GeHoral that tho boats
of tho two companies shall lcavo
Sydney every second Monday or
on whatever other day may bo
found convenient to the contract
ing parties so as to afford a bi
monthly mail service with Amer
ica. New South Wales now
pays $20,000 a year towards tho A.
nud A. line, and 50,000 a year to
ward tho Oauadiau-Auetraliau.
Sniiuiiln l'ffii- In Aumrilln fur tin
The Postmastor Genoral of New
South Wales is gratified, tho Syd
noy Daily Tolegraph says, at tho
results of the Cablo Conference in
Loudon and at tho prospect which
it holds out of tho early accom
plishment of thoPaaific connection.
It is doubly gratifying to him to
find that the conforencehas adopt
ed nearly all the recommendations
of tho colonies. Mr. Cook as
sumes that tho proposal will bo
giu to tako practical shape almost
at onco. There is no doubt, ho
thinks, that tho proposition for a
duplicate cable, which was not
overlooked by the conference or,
nioro properly speaking, tho com
mission in England, is an ex
ceedingly important ono. Wliilo
cables aro made today which will
resist almost every tulverso influ
ence, still the physical couforum
tion of tho bed of tlu Pacific, tho
great depth of the ocean in parts,
and tho lmraensodiidnuce between
stations may develop posaibilities
that aro not now expected. Mr.
Cook adds that it is quito a mis
take to imagine that tho project
is being pressed forward out of
any antagonism to the Eastern
Extension Company. The fact is,
Australia is so isolated that it is
essential that she should have the'
most efficient protection that mod
ern scionco can afford from inter
ruption of communication with
tho rest of the world.
A London dispatch says that
Professor Silvauus Thompaou, the
eminent e'ectnemo, stntes that, by
tho adoption of new methods, and
at a small extra cost, it would be
possible to dispatch 70 words a
minute over n single cablo laid
across tlio Pacific.
l'rtHllcilon hy n .Sydney Writer of
"Outis," iu the Syduey Daily
Presently tho bicyolo will have
to fight for its lifo with the motor
car. Tho trial of these carriages
between Brighton and London
rccoutly was successful enough to
prove that they are a practical
and practicable possibility, and
soon wo may expect to see the
streets of all up to dato towns
plentifully besprinkled with men
riding in n mysterious way their
duties to perform, thereby adding
to Uie wonderment tho country
visitor already feels when ho ob
serves the cable tram going along
apparently without nny motive
forco. In France ami the United
States motor cars are already
popular, and the principle of
thorn hasbeon adapted to. bicycles.
An Englishman can now order a
"biko" with doublo motor possi
bilities, so that it will drive itself
up hill when his legs are tired.
At present, however, the motor
car has a fow faults. Its wheels
throw mud about in such profu
sion that the populace are bespat
tered with it, and oven tho riders
como home dirty; the oil with
whioh it is driven smells aloud;
and there is constant danger that
the whole thing may explode.
Barring these trivial dotails tho
motor car is a success. Its pres
ent defeots will bo remedied in
time, no doubt, and tho scheme
elaborated nud adapted until
everything that moves, from a
railway train to a perambulator,
will be driven by oil.
Judgo Carter's courtroom was
thronged with listeners during
tho proceedings iu tho Dimond
SAN FU A.NCISCO.
TtIK Al ST JSA USJUP
WILL LEAVE HONOLULU
I'Oll TUB ABOVE TOUT ON
Vul!iCMlii.Y, Fob. 10(Ii,
AT 4 O'OLOOK P. M.
The uudoniiRned nrs now nroimrod to
Issue Through Tickets from thw City to all
points In tho United Btatoa.
tTFor further particular regarding
Freight or Passngc, apply to
wm. a. rnwTN .o n.n T.'n
623-81 Oeuoral AReuts.
KANE KNIVES, KUTLERY,
We luve just opened out
some large invoices ot Ameri
can and English cutlery, com
prising nearly everything in
I thatlmeof goods that is.need
ed in a well-regulated family
;or plantation. Among them
I we take pleasure in calling
I attention to few specialties
I such as:
Wade & Butcher's English
wostennoim s tngnsn Ka
zors and Pocket Cutlery.
Green River American But
cher Knives, all sizes and
Bankers' Shears,- handy for
clipping coupons off bonds.
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 -for 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 Spreokols' Bank,
NO. 307 FORT STREET.
Hove Jub ttecelveil nerS. S.
jfew Fashion Qoods
Very Protty Dealgun.
Dresses . . .
Dress Goods In Evening Shades!
Wholesale and Retail.
Real Estate Broker.
209 Merchant Street.
FOR SALE and TO LET.
Houso on Berotniila street, near Piikol
street; 4 rooms, dining'room.kitolion, bath
ronui.and an empty lot to keep a horse.
Mount) ou Bofiool street; parlor, several
bedrooms, kitchen, puntry, outhouses and
stable formerly occupied by Ilou. W. IT.
House on Itobello lane, Palama, 3 bed
rooms, diuiug-room, kitchen, bathroom,
carriap.o house uud stable, lrgo yard.
Lot oppostto Luualilo llonio; healthy and
Furnished Rooms; Property In all parts
ot the city.
Hawaiian Quintette Club.
Will provide First-class Muslo for Re
ceptions, Pici.ics, Lunue, Grand Dulls, etc,
eto. All orders Riven prompt attention,
JpST LeaTO orders with "Ka lloleOiwi"
W. W. Dimond. or to Cain D. Wiliokal,
111 ltlohards streot. Cl.Mm
During my atifptioe from tite'Ha
wallnn IhIuiiiIh, Mr. dairies A HIee
will liuve full charge of the biislueis
of the WIh1bo Dairv ami Tlftiieh,
Honolulu, Feb. 6, lb07. B20-2w
wm&e iiwiiiii iiiiiwuiii i in iiagiiBatiBis
TJic Muiiictiirere' Shoe
r - S V iK.
I ,-Cj' - r )JS,j1 a
T Vh' .. ASiVNy' .XCwr
Warranted Absolutely Stainless.
Reduced from . .
$3 to $2 per Dozen.
For This "Week Onlv
In the YEAR
Aro the kind of goods . we'
handle. Whilst tho holidays
havo ra ado great gaps in sorao
lines, most of onr linoB will
still bo 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.
Watches for $3
For men and boys, and
Watches for $300,
For those with a longer
purse and an inoliuation for
something out of the ordinary.
Wo want to add you to our
list of pleased watch customers,
no matter how littlo or how
rnuoh you havo to spend for the
purpose. Wo havo tho goods,
and our many years of experi
ence will bo gladly given to aid
you in selecting one whioh will
bo best for you.
v STOCK OF
m &nM r
Hawaiian Opera House
Monday Evening, Ee"b 8,
H. M.GILLIG, JAMIE WILDER
MISS' KATE McGREW.
Popular Prices Will Prevajl.
B An Entire Change of Pro
gram will bo presented. 522 6t
For JSalo I
Sruall Bonnbe CocoHDUt? ready
for trausplantlin:. Apply to
W. R. ROWELL.
Money to Loan.
On ApprtJvul Security. Apply to.
A. V. GEAR,
210 Kir.g street
Residence at Waikiln,
Furnished or Unfurnished.
510 1 W. O. PEACOCK.
NOTARY PUBLIC ant TYPEWRITER
Box 330 J
A.Wllth.1ioa"' ,or two Bcnllnmen.
Aptdynt.Buu.BTiN OlUoe. 510 lw
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