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English nud Hawaiian Vetsions
-of tho Ponal Laws.
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12 o clock noon, on Tuesday, tho
Oth of April. Specifications of
work nud copy may bo soon nt tho
The Attoruoy-Gonernl doe.3 not
bind himself to accept tho lowest
or nn liul.
Altoino General's Ollico.
Attorney-General ad interim.
Mm oh 30, 181)7. 577-Ut.
Si? Ever;ir;$ Bulletin,
DANIEL LOGAN. Editor.
TUESDAY, MARCH BO, 1897.
Precautions against tho ad
mission of contagious diseases
tire well in thoir way, but tho best
possiblo safeguard of tho public
health is local sanitation. Tho
British Imperial policy is now
adays set against embargoes of
quaiautiuo upon commerce, tho
authoiitiCR ti listing tor protection
against pestilence maiuly to
local sanitary precautious. Late
ly au outciy was made in Eng
land against colonial quarantines,
as tending to weaken the influ
ence of tho mother country in oppo
sition to such protoctivo methods.
As tho warm season is approach
ing in Honolulu, whilo opidomics
are i aging in Oriental ports from
whence many steamors como hero,
thorough and systematic sanita
tion of this city is demanded at
least contemporaneously with, if
not in procedeuco to, tho medical
inspection of dmigrauts for Ha
waii at Yokohama uud Hongkong.
Itshould bo remembered that tho
cholera epidemic of 1803 broke
out of quarantine.
Those aro great annexationists
who show malignant spite toward
nil supporters of annexation whom
thoy chooso to regard as converts
or lecruits. Wheu the samo an
nexationists aio not even onlistod
themselves in support of tho
Republic, thoir malico is
pnly exceeded by their im
pudence. Moreover, ,thoy aro
in danger of tho inciuablo waul
of tho lunatic asylum when thoy
cast the intended slur "of beiug
'"now" upou' any of tho earliest
electors of this Republic. Is it
not about timo that some of those
sycophants who formerly held up
tho train of royalty, and groedily
devoured tho ciumbs that fell
from tho table of the monarchy,
should coaso railiug nnd rating at
those who opposed tho Provision
al Government for reasons that
had nothing to do with tho form
of government ?
Finanoial journals of England
handlo the Queensland Govern
ment without gloves for its deal
ings with tho public regarding
tho Queensland National Bank.
When tho Government put tho
concern on its feet in 1893 after
tho great iiuoncial crash in tho
Colonies, tho fact seems to have
beon concealed that Government,
claims would hno priority in tho
ovent of liquidation. Accusations
of obtaining mouey from deposit
ors under falso pretenses aro be
ing made against the Government.
A Sydney paper contrasts tho
evidences of pntiiotism given by
Mr. Tyson, tho richest man iu
Australia, and by Mr. Sytne, pro.
prielor of tho "Melbourne Ago
nowspapor. Mr. Tyson contribut
ed SoOO to a fund for seuding a
troop to tho Diamond Jubi
lee of Qucou Victoria, whilo
Mi. Syrao plumped down $10,000
to defray the onliie oxpensOH of a
aimiliu tioop from Victoria
Annexation uows by this niail
is very favorable Private letters
confirm tho dispatch olsowhoro
printed. It will bo soon thai tho
plan of aotiou advocated by tho
Bulletin, without tho slightest
cue from tho authorities, is tho
ouo to bo followed. TIhb may bo
a bittor pill for cavillers, pessi
mists anil dotractors, but it will
givo general satisfaction to all
truo friouds of the cause.
Dolegates have been elected in
Autialia to a convention that
is to formulato a Bchomo of Con
federation. Tho Colonies united
will bo much bettor ablo than in
their soparato capacities to cope
with matters of colonial defense,
immigration and commerce.
Tobacco is perpetually linked
to higher education iu Mouticnl
through tho muniticeuco of W. C.
McDonald, a mauufactuicr of the
weed. His benefactions to McGill
College havo by recent additions
beon brought up to more than two
tmsr rour.io.v m:s.
Continued from Jut Puyc.
that tho spuco within the cotdou
is not eutticient for their needs,
and in many casus they aro herded
A Canea dispatch of Mutch 22
relates how tho insutgeuts pie
vetited a body of Turkish troops
from convoying provisions to the
forts at Malaxa. The troops, find
ing that they could not reach the
fort, signaled to tho gunboats in
Suda Bay, requesting aid. The
gunboats opened fire upon tho in
Riirgouts, but could notdrivo them
from tho positions thoy occupied,
which effectually commanded tho
approaches to tho fort. So far as
known tho fire from the warships
did no damage.
The dispatch adds: "Tho insurg
out lcadors reitorato thoir refusal
to accept autonomy from tho pow
ers, and doclaro that if the islaud
is not annexed to Greece thoy do
si ro war. If it wero uot for tho
support afforded tho Turks by tho
powers they would iu a short time
be driven from tho island.
"It is belioved horo that success
has so intoxicated tho leaders of
tho iu6Uigents that thoy would
not hositato to assumo actual hos
tilities against tho troops of tho
powers. If thoy should join foices
withthoGteek army of occupation
and resist the powers it would
tako a strong forco and a lmgo ex
penditure of monov to conquer
An Anthous dispatch of March
,21 says: Accordiug to tho pro
clamation issued by the foreign
Admirals, tho blockado of Creto
bogau at 8 o'clock this morning.
It is apparent that tho blockado is
directed solely against the Christ
ians in tho interior and tho Mos
lems will suffer littlo inconvoui
ence from tho action of tho six
great Christian nations of Europe.
Tho understanding hero is that
Great Britain has insisted upon
the powers according to Greec'o
two weoks' notice before foreign
wir ships eiifotc'' I'm bljckad"
against tho Pitacus, tho Port of
Athens and tho port of Volo in
Thossaly, and is uot at all in favor
of Russia's project that foreign
ttoops in Croto shall attack the
Grook army of occupation under
Colonel Vassos and compel their
withdrawal. It in known that
Lord Salisbury continues to treat
directly with tho Greek Govern
ment, but no official opinion re
garding Eugland's notion in this
matter has been publicly express
ed. Unseen allios of King Georgo
at tho couits of St. Petersbuig,
Loudon and Copouhrtjjou aro
splondidly assisting him. Gteeco
is having this splendid sectot ser
vice without costing her anything.
To it is duo the prolonging of
Tho 'Athens correspondent
of tho London Times says: Tho
necessity of removing tho Turkish
troops fiom the islaud becomes
more and moro imperative. Abso
lutely nothing olso will convinco
tho OrofanB of Europo's sincerity.
It may bo rogarded us cortnin that
thoy will oven provont the de
parture of tho Grook army by
fotco until tho Turks havo gouo.
EVENING BULLETIN, MARCH iJO W7.
A Canea dispatch of March 18
sayH: Tho Austrian gunboat
Zebouico fired upon and sunk,
near Caiulia, a Greek vossol load
ed with provisions nnd munitions
intended for tho Greek forces in
Creto. Tho Zobonico, whilo watch
ing tho Grook ships, wub fired up
on by tho insurgents. Tho Aus
tiian war ship replied by sinking
tho Grook craft and driving oir
i m i
With a largo lot of goods just
received by tho Australia and
Amy Turnor, tho Pacific Hard
waro Co. havo another invoice of
tho favorite Universal Stoves und
Ranges. Somo sizes woro sold as
Boon as sot up, but another sup
ply has been ordered.
1 Siili They
Each day adds a number of
members to our popular
Club ouo and two drew last
a Saturday. Club three tw rapid
H ly fillniL,' up. J'ho samo ea
gJ thusinsm as of old prists, all
fa classes are nuxiou to join, bo-
causo it is a clo.ii miyiuji of.
You Throw Away
Besides another vital point
adds to tho popularity, and that
is that -wo do not make it
obligatory to tako a watch, but
allow you to select any ono or
moro articles iu tho store, no
matter in what line. Could
anything bo fait or to you?
We want to say right here,
that we will back up any and
every article Bolectod in our
club with tho same full and
comploto gunruutee which goes
with ovoiy piece of goods sold
in tho store. You tako no risk
whatever. Wo tako it all.
aawjsia'E'SE. v. ' jete arc-Bnaa.'sg
PER S. S. "AUSTRALIA."
H. J. Wolte, Proprietor.
Election of Officers.
At a Special Meetluj? of llio Stock
holileiHOf i lie People's Ice anil Itcfil
(oratlm; Cmipiny, held tliln luy ut
tlio OlUco of tbo FTiiwotlnii S ifo De
posit uud IiivcotiiKiiit Company, the
following OttlcorH were elected to fill
UXiHtillg VIlL'lUlCll'H :
Kdwln A Joui'H,
Artliiu . Wiioil.
AltTHUlt H. M'OOD,
Honolulu. H. I , Mnrcb 27, 1Su7.
On und after April 1st Ir. H. V.
Murray will occupy tbo House of
Kruce Cartwrlslit, (tinier Alakeu and
Beietmilu Mrei In. "571-lw
NOTARY PUBLIC and TYPEWRITER
Omens 203 Slerchnnt street, Oampbcll
Iilock roar of J, O. Garter' offlco, P. O,
V.ivs -V . wm ink rM
San Francisco Board of
Royal, the Superior
f) ooliviiix ruwuci.
t An absolutely pure Cream of Tartar Powder.
f All other baking
March 29, iSyy.
It is an old saying that clean
liness is next to godliness and
we believe it to be a true one.
So many people in Honolulu
use our stoves and kitchen
utensils that they have got in
the habit of sending to us for
all sorts of things for kitchen
and general use.
Soap is one of these things.
It is not exactly in the line of
hardware but it certainly can
be classed as merchandise.
Anyhow we have a lot of it on
hand and we propose to sell.it
and sell it quick. The line of
soaps we handle is that made
by Colgate & Co. ol New
lork, and we need
1 not s;iv
there is none better
We olTer Colgate's Cash
mere Bouquet and Jockey
Club Soap at 1 5 cents per cake,
the genuine aiticle and full
size; Glycerine, Rosador and
Honey at 20 cents the cake,
and Rico and Castile at 10
For a shaving soap there is
none equal to Colgate's De
mulcent. We sell it at 10 cents
the cake, it is worth 50.
In medicated soaps we offer
the well-known Cuticura at
20 cents a cake, and the
Medicated Tar Soap at 15 cents.
This latter article is excellent
for bathing and shampooing
purposes. Try it and you will
Hawaiian Hardware Co.
Opposite Spreckels' JJank
3STO. 307 FORT STHtfET.
On nnd after April 1st, Drs. Cooper
A; Rajmoii'l will occupy tho oIHoih or
Dr. McUruw on Ilotol titreut. Olllce
hours from 8 .311 to It) am, 1 30 to 3
and 7 to 8 p. m. Telephone No. 154.
Ono Hay Horse, 7 yours old, trotter,
Ono lly Horse, 0 years old, pacor,
Ono ll(?littlirro-iiifrtor Road Wagon
aide lmr u-pcl but littlo.
Iuquiro of Dr. Cooper, eoruer Ala
kea and IJeretiuilaatreots. 670-1 w
nk t VrSs fL t VO nk Srf2t tfffc i2H( Jrtitnfctrf'.MHHJ
We, the members of the Board of Health of the
City and County of San Francisco, 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
In our judgment it is impossible to make a
purer or stronger Baking Powder than the Royal.
Jos. R. Davidson, M. D.
Henry M. Fiske, M. D.
Chas. McQuesten, M. D.
T. J. Letournex, M. D.
Members San Francisco Board of Health.
powders contain either alum or ammonia.
The Manufacturing Harness Go.
J-fort Jiiid King Stroots.
Tklephone 228. P. O. Box H22.
OUR SPJEC1AJLTY IS
Fine Handmade Harness, Etc.
gSfc. Wo keep in stock and sell no goods except
OUR OWN MANUFACTURE.
Watcli this apnea unci you will fiud out nil nbout the biy lot of
STEABNS, RAMBLER nud COLUMBIA whools tlint will bo hero
on tho Australia. Don't call this wook, our wIidoIh nro nil sold, como
after tho LSOtlr and hoc tho finest assortment of whools ovor brought
AVo soil cheap, on easy torms, we soil ohonpor for OASII. We
REN T fino now whools including TWO TAXDEMS, nil this after
tho 30th of Maioh.
El- O- E35Ctll CJ OXl,
Corner Fort and King Btreots.
THE DARKER COLOR Q3JL
THIS BRAND IS SIMPIY0MNG cW,
TO THE OATS BSINS ROASTED,
GIVES A PECULIAR J&
njzerrnntxsr. ' j-rr?.
J. J. COUGHLIX.
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