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JSVEN1N0 MULL1STIN, PEDRUAltl' 1(J li7.
Oovornmont Building L:ts on Mount
Thirteen Building Lots have been recent
ly surveyed uii Mount Tautalus above
Honolulu, and are now ready (or lo.
Amplications for the name will be re
ceived ut tho Interior Department and they
'will bo boM ut 1'uhlic uction when u
sufficient nuinbor of application have boon
Wed to warrant tho tale.
These loU vary in s'.za from Y, to 3
acres, and iu tlovation from 1200 to 1G0O
All lots have frontages on tho Garrin(;o
r 'ml newly roiHtnicteit to Mount Tautalu
upon au oy grade.
All tho lot have the number plainly
display eit near tho road nnd corner stake
marking outrfdo boundaries.
A Dine Print of these lots will be shown
to niijoue desiriug to inspect the same on
application ut the Interior Office, where
full 'particular of upset prices at auction,
terms ami comhtious of sale may 1o ob
tained, J. A. KINO,
Minister of the Interior.
Interior Offiro, Feb. 15, 1S97. 635-31
51 Evei)ii$ Bulletin,
DANIEL LOGAN, Editor.
TUESDAY, FEB. 16, 1897.
NOT JUST RIGHT.
Thomas square is artistically
laid out, thero is no question, but
for a huraau oyo to realize its
beauty a balloon must bo charter
ed. Its concentric aud sinuous
walks nro iurisible from any side,
but tho plan mudt bo very pretty
ou paper. The landscape garden
or who designed it, wb.otb.or pro
fessional or amateur, evidently
did not consider the rapid growth
of foliage, which should at an
early day obscure tho nico curves
on tho ground. He certainly loft
out all tho beautiful element of
vihtus, excopting along tho four
b' siflpa lint tlm u-nlU-A nlnnre thn
Bides are not tho most pleasant
ones, because they are orposod to
dust blowing off tho streets, and
considerably to tho suu'a rays.
Usefulness and convenience aro
essential oloments in landscapo gar
dening as in arohitecture,aud honce
in parks and squares, elsewhere,
tho provision of short cuts for pas
songers is gouorally a protninont
feature Thero is no such thing
in Thomas square, but the con
trary soems to havo been studied.
It would bo very couveniont, and
pleasant too, to have straight
paths diagonally from King streot
to Berotauia streot. They would
add to the elements of beauty also
with tho vistas beneath the over
hanging and varicolored foliago
aud llowors. Lately tho trees
were thinned out in this little
park, but without improving its
appearance. The process has only
left the semblance of bites out of the
margins of tho wood, with so
much more grass for the Ghinose
gardener to ineffectually try to
keep green. Nothing was attempt
ed in tho way of making tho
square a convenient thoroughfare
for busy men coming from or go
ing to their homes. In not being
a convenience the paths aro so
much less a pleasure. Thoy could
be made conveniont without any
detraction from tho boautios of
the place, but on the contrary
rather a groat ouhauco
niont thereto. When the
Bent thinning oE foliage becomes !
necessary, tho plot should bo
pierced . with vistas, with walks
beneath, and not have unsightly
gaps hown out or tho sides. At '
presont tho plpn of' tho Bqunro is j
but a scrambling forest in minia
ture, with a inazo of walks inter
secting it that can only bo com
prehended on tho map if there is
a map of the place.
Leslio's Weekly calls on Great
Uritaiu to givo up Bermuda as a
concession to tho proposed schema
of international arbitration. It
would make tho islaud neutral
ground and says tho United
Htatt'3 would see that it was kept
iuviolalo. Ureal Britain 1h bald
ly likely to give up that outpofct,
however, whou tho prospect of au
inter-oceanic canal makes it moro
important thon over for tho guard
ing of her commerce in tho At
lantic. Under au Anglo Amori
cau alliauco Bormuda iu British
bauds would, moreover, bo about
as valuable . to the Uuited
States, while costing her noth
ing, as to Groat Britain.
As neutral territory tho island
would be more a 1110 unco to the
tho United States, in caBO of tho
sudden emergency of war with
any country but Groat Britain,
than as tho possession of that
nation uow holding it. Just the
same, Great Britaiu should much
prefer to seo tho United States
extend sovereignty over Hawaii,
than that this group should be
loft in a position making it liable
to soizuro by a third Power or
combination of Powers, for uso as
a basoof operations against oithor
British commorco or British ter
ritory, iu tho ovont of a war in
which her intorosts in tho Pacific
Thirty'tlairios haying 1700 cows
wero reported by tho veterinary
surgeon of San Franoisco as being
nearly all iu au unfit condition
for their fourfooted occupants.
Bosides, 300 of tho cows, he was
confident, were affected with tuber
culosis. Tho official warned the
Board of Health of danger of a
typhoid fevor epidomic from un
clean dairios. In viow of snch ex
posures on the Coast, togethor
with the revelations of adultera
tion in wellkuowu braudH of pro
sorved foods, tho Hawaiian au
thorities should take steps for the
protection of rosidonts of those
islands against both infection and
imposition. Tho noxt Logislaturo
should not go by without having
a thorough food inspection law
John Sherman is accorded
praise for beiug conservative moro
than for anything else by Ameri
can papors that' express gratifica
tion at his appoiutmont to tho
first place in McKinley's Cabinet.
Ho is probably too wise to blun
der into brilliancy in conducting
tho Stato Department, but at the
same time strong ouough to carry
out any policy that ho may de
cide to be right. Hawaii's hope
of duo consideration by tho in
coming administration lies there
fore in a full aud fair presenta
tion of the mutual advantages to
be derived from closer relations
between the two countries.
These aro days of considerable
anxiety aud porploxity to all who
havo possessions or other intorosts
in the Republic of Hawaii, and it
is time that our citizons camo to a
mutual understanding on several
important issues. Tho prospects
for Annexation appear at presont
vague and indistinct, and' our
destiny cannot bo foretold with
certainty. Thoro are those, also,
who still foudly cling to tho .hope
of a return to tho old ordor of
things, and who cannot bo per
suaded otherwise, yet this out
look appears far moro hazy than
that of Annexation ovon to tho
most hopeful disciples of tho
Mouarchy. But, fortunatoly, in
tho midst of all this uncertainty
thero is solaco iu the faot that
Buffalo Beer has camo to stay and
that patron? of all sorts and
opinions may equojly share tho
benefits of its invigorating and
sustaining properties. Wo .aro
moreover assured that this favorite
brew will coutiuue to bo dispens
ed as heretofore at tho Royal,
Pacific and Cosmopolitan Sa
loons. Kroogor Pianos, sweetest in tone,
Jas.W. Borgstrom, sole agent, cash
or installments. Warerooms at
G. West's, Masonic Tomplo. Of
fice at Thrum's Book Storo. Tim
ing and repairing. t& Tolo
Health Officers Speak.
City, State and National Authorities
report the Royal Baking Powder in
every way Superior to all others.
STATE CHEMIST, CALIFORNIA : The Royal fulfils all the
requirements. Our tests show it has greater leavening power
than any other.
STATE CHEMIST, WASHINGTON; There is no question but
the Royal is the strongest, purest and most wholesome baking
1 powder in the market.
U. 5. GOV'T FOOD REPORT; Royal Hakino Powder is
shown a pure cream of tartar powder, highest of all in leaven
CANADIAN OFFICIAL TESTS; Royal Baking Powder is
commended as of highest excellence, and shown to be greatest
of all in leavening strength.
SAN FRANCISCO BOARD OF HEALTH ; We cordially ap
prove and recommend the Royal Baking Powder. It is
absolutely pure and healthful, composed of the best ingredients,
of the highest strength and character. ,
BOARD OF HEALTH, SEATTLE, WASHINGTON; Finding
in analysis that it is entirely free from any adulteration, we
heartily recommend the Royal Baking PowDER.for its great
strength, purity and wholcsomcncss. i
BOARD OF HEALTH, TACOMA, WASHINGTON; In oilr
judgment the Royal is the best and strongest baking powder
before the public. -
BOARD OF HEALTH, SPOKANE ; Certainly there is no bak
ing powder known to us equal to the Royal. -I
DR. B1NSWANOER, UNIVERSITY OF OREGON; It is also
my opinion that there exists no purer, better or stronger baking
powder than the Royal. I confidently recommend it. t0j
Do not permit the slanderous stories of inter
ested parties to influence you in using any
other than The Best, The Royal.
The scheme to have detachable collars
with shirt waists is a very happy thought
of somebody, and tho quick popularity
of this stylo of waist attest.! its general
favor. Ono waist will easily retain it?
froshues.1 to wear through two collars,
now that tho shirt waist is such only iu
name and docs not necessarily mean 11
bodice with a shirt front Some dress
makers also mako up tho stylish silk
walstH to bo worn with linen collars or
A Favorite rick Ma Up.
A favorite pick mo up, or quick lunch
with tho hurried society women of thu
present day is tho yolks of 8 epgs, or a
Wholo egg, with a tcaspoonful of vine
gar, a pinch of salt aud half a teaspoon
ful of Worcestershire sauco poured over
them. Tho yolks aro swallowed whole.
Very serviceable summer gowns are
niado of finely checked taffeta silks of
three or four colors, with plain skirts
and simple full waists, with a deep
fancy collar of laoe.
Tho tourmaliuo and diamond afford
a two stono ring at a comparatively
For carrying lu ono's iiockct ore fold
iug scissors with silver handles.
Tho new ohatelaino bag, mado of
Various kinds of funoy clotns and show
ing silver mounts, is a thing for easo as
well as beauty.
Knit purses, with flat, round clasps
of gold or silvor, aro deservedly popular,
thoy are bo cosily carried iu tho palm of
The membership of tho order is about
Hereafter all nmeixments will be due
and payable on tho nth of the month.
When thero aro two assessments to bo mado
In any one month, thoy will be called at
one tlmo and bo payable ou the 5th of thu
The basis of representation In tho su
preme lodgo has boon uhanpi'il by that
body. Fivo hundred imiinlioi'i In ono stnto
ontltlos that etuto to ono rrptvstn tilth u In
the supremo lodgo. For uucll nddltlimnl
1,000 uiemlwrs an additional reprosenta
tlvo is added.
New Kucland Order uf Protection.
Hon. George II. Huunril Is supreme
Warden and D. M. Fryo htijircino secretary.
Thu supreme lodgo, nt ttrf recent boiMon,
gavo considerable time tothodlsouBglon of
a now ritual.
Tho special committee on constitutional
revision has plenty of work to do before
the next session of tho supreme lodge.
American JLegloii of Honor.
A counotl composed of Jewish citizens
was Instituted In Boston recently.
Past Supremo Commander Michael Noa
bit died at his homo In Philadelphia re
cently. Ho was supromu oommuudor live
Oity Carriage Co.. J. S. And.
rado. mannger. It you wnnt n
haok with good horse and care
ful drivor ring up Telephone 113",
corner of Fort and Merchant
Uroets. Ti nek at nil hours.
Subscribe for the Evening Bul
letin 75 oonta per month.
STOVES AND RANGES,
We are happy in being able
to announce that we have at
last received a fresh supply of
the New Process Blue
Flame Oil Stoves, and sev
eral of our customers who have
been awaiting their arrival are
already using them. The merits
of these stoves are too well
known to need repetition. They
burn with a clear blue flame,
give out no smoke or smell,
are clean, neat and economical
and absolutely safe.
The Golden Anvil Steel
Range, handled by us, is'as
near perfect as can be made.
We have much pleasure in an
nouncing a reduction in price.
They are now selling at $$0.
We have also received An
other big lot of the justly cele
brated Pansy Stoves in three
sizes, 6's, 7's and 8's. They
are the best stove in the mar
ket for the money, handsome,
durable and cheap, with all
the latest improvements.
If you are in need of anything
in the line of stoves or ranges
we can surely suit you.
Hawaiian Hardware Co.
Opposite Sprockets' Bank,
NO 307 FORT STTIKET.
The Mpfoctoers Shoe
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-zys.Y l zftxvnr s.
NUNS : VEILINGS,
All Colors; suitable for Dresses.
lOe. Per Yard 10c.
All Shades. I0c. per Yard.
Satin Surahs! Satin Surahs!
All Colors; Latest Patterns. IOc, per Yard.
Fort Street, Honolulu.
In the YEAR
Aro tho kind of goods wo
handle. "Whilst tho holidays
have made groat gaps in somo
linesmost of our lines will
still bo found very com
plete, notably that of Watches.
It takes a good many sales to
i make an impression in our
stock, we carry so many.
Watches for $3 .
For mon and boys and
Watches for $300
For those with a longor
purse and an inclination for
something out 6f tho ordinary.
Wo want to add you to our
list of pleased waloh customers,
no matter how littlo or how
much you havo to spend f6r tho
purpose We havo tho goods,
and our many years of experi
ence will bo gladly given to aid
vou in selecting ono which will
. bo best for you.
El3 . . SftiVi 0-M
Jp stock of
,) -4 PRESENTS
Exclusively I NS
By virtue o a Writ of Execution ifsued
out of the District Court, on tho 18th dny
of January, , A. D. 1S07, nKuiustChow Sine,
defendant, in favor of In Sins, plniutifl-. for
the euro of S2I9.23, I have levied upon
and shall exposo for Bale at the Station
House, in the District of Honolulu, Island
of Oahu. at 12 o'clock of Saturday, tho
0tU day of F.bruuiy, A. D. 1897, to th.
ighem bidder, all tho richt, title and in
terest of the said Chow Sing, defendant,
, i ,t0 tne follwing property, unless
said judgment, Interest, costs and my ex-
fwnt,. w f.UViUUBjy pUlU,
List of property for sole:
v. . uucHcum inioresiin
tne leaselinln nmifa nnri n. i n.. a
consisting of tl
,i.n ... . it. ,. .
of Bun Wong Wo Company, a Banana
plantation, Bituated on the inanka side of
the Wuikiki road at Waikiki.
Honolulu, Oahu, January, ID, A.D. 1897.
H. It. HITCHCOCK,
Depnty Marshal IlepuMio of Hawaii.
For Sale !
Small Bon'abe Cocoanut ready
for transplanting. Apply to
622-lm W. E. HOWELL.
Real Estate and Commission Agent.
Stock llroker. Fire and Life In
surance. CampbeU Blook, 200 Merchant Street.
A Special Meotinjj of the Board of
Trustees of the Queen's Hospital will
be held at the Knom of the Chamber
of Commerce on WuJnesiiuy, the 17th
day of February, ut 11 o'clock a. m,
. ai G. W. SMITH,
Hawaiian Quintette Club.
Will provide First-class Mnsio for Re
ceptions. Picuioi, Luaus, Grand Balls, etc,
eto. All orders given prompt attention.
tW Lea vo orders with "Ka UaleOiwi"
W. W. Dimond, or to Cain D. Wiliokni,
111 ltichnrds street. 015-lra
NOTARY PUBLIC and TYPEWRITER
Office! 203 Merohant street, Campbell
Block rear ot J, O. Carter' office. V, O.
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