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EVENING BULLETIN, APRIL 3, li)7.
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A V ill bo received at the Ollico of
the Miuistor of the Intorior till 12
o'clock uooii of WEDNESDAY,
April 21, 181)7, for the construc
tion of the road over Nuuanu
I'latia and Specifications lit tho
Oflice of tho Superintendent of
Tlio Minister of tho Intorior
does not hind himself to accept
the lowest or any bid.
J. A. KINO,
Minister of tho Interior.
Interior Office, April 1, 1HU7.
Si?? Everjir Bulletin
DANIEL LOGAN. Editor.
SATURDAY, Al'lUL II, 1897.
Sinco tho publication of yester
day's issue containing a paragraph
on British activity in tho Pacific
cable project, tho writer picked up
Blackwood's Magaziuo for Feb
ruary to find in it a powerful plea
for Imperial action in tho matter.
It uses tho very samo argument
that tho Bulletin usod many
months ago, to promote activity
in tho American Hawaiian cable
proposition, only turned round to
suit tho different point of viow.
This paper urged upon all inter
ested in that proposition tho fact
that thoro woro a British and a
Prouoh schomo both in tho fiold,
and with that tho consideration
that for a long time to como tho
business wouldbe insufficient to in
vito competition if oithor of thoso
Hohetnes got the start. Blackwood
indicates tho stops that liuvo been
taken in the American-Hawaiian
and tho Fronch sohomes.aud urges
hasto on tho part of tho British
to got ahead of them, for precise
ly tha samo reason adapted to tho
different point of viow. It does
not, however, bring Hawaii into
tho British plaus at all, but makes
tho first section from tho north
extend from Vancouvor to Fan
niug's Island. To tho objection
that thore is no survey extant
from that section, it meutious the
Rurvoys of tho United States ships
Thetis and Albatross, as if these
woio all that were required for tho
otherwise unexplored depths of
tho route. Thero is not the slight
ost admission in tho articlo that
tho schemo is not feasible, but on
tho contrary scientific information
is preaonted to show that
telegraphing over tho long
stretches involved is prac
ticable, and at about half tho cost
of the British Postofliuo estimate
made afow years ago for coustmo
tion. Seven yoars is the timo
given to make revenue come up to
oxpomliture, and it U argud t lint
there will bo little or no necessity
for drawing upon government
guarantees of interest. It is
pointed out that, while in peaco
tho strategical value of tho cable
would bo nothing, in caso of war
two days' sorvico of tho cable, at
tho outbreak, might bo Morth
several times its cost, even if an
enemy destrojed the connection
thus early. Thoro is not tho least
doubt thut this article in Black
wood's is from a high source, and
commanding universal attention,
as it is bound to do, it is to be hoped
that it will stimulato the Congress
of the Uuited States to prompt
uud businesslike action iu tho
i matter of a Pacific cable under
American control. Dillydallying
with rival sots of speculators at
this stage of the gaino may result
. in dopriving tho United States of
tho incalculable advautago of be
ing first of all nations in securing
, a trauspacifio cablo under nation-
ItrlentliiK Wild Nivan Crlt-kclrra lJ
l'estorday aftornoon's cricket
match on tho baseball grounds,
j between II. B. M. S. Wild Swan
and Honolulu resulted iu a victo
ry for tho homo team, 12 playing
on each side, by 10 wickets. It
was omiuoutly a bowlors' game,
Tho homo boys bowled out the
Wild Swau for 18 runs in 12
overs, Hatfield taking (! wickots
for 5 runs, and Mackintosh taking
tho romaiuder. Tho II. 0. C. thou
wont to tho wickets, and started
vory badly, only making 7 runs
for 8 wickots until tho arrival of
Shillitoo and Hatfield, who ran up
10 inns bcfoio llioy woro soparal -ed.
Special points woro two
catches by Gaisford, bowling by
Hatfield and batting by Shillitoe
and Lieutenant Coke. The Geld-
i mg of tho last-named player was
vory much ailmirod.
WILD SWAN, riltST.
Usborno, b. Hatfield 0
Smith, b. Mackintosh 2
Ward, b. Hatfield 2
Churoh, b. Mackintosh
Milligau, b. Mackintosh 0
Gaisford, b. Hatfield I
Marriott, c. and b. Hatfield 0
Coko, b. Mackintosh 0
Stundon, b. Mackintosh 1
Lauo, b. Hatfield ti
Cole, b. Hatfield 0
Ware, not out 0
j im&y j opiej
Opce a Year
Mackintosh, b. Milligan 0
Herbott.b. Ward 6
Murray, c. Milligau, b. Ward... .'5
Vincent, b. Milligan 1
Ahlo, c. Gaisford, b. Milligau.. 0
Catton, li. Milligau 0
Howott, b. Waril 0
Jordan, c. Gaisford. b. Waul... 0
Shillitoe, c. Ward, b. Stunden. .23
Davey, not out 0
Hatfield, b. Ward 10
Scaulou, b. Stundon 0
No balls 2
WILD SWAN, SIXOND.
Usborno, c. and b. Hatfield .... 1
Smith, b. Hatfiold 2
Ward, b. Mackintosh
Church, run out Hatfield 0
Milligan, I). Hatfield 7
Gaisford, c. Vincent 1
Marriott, b. Hatfield 8
Cbko, b. Mackintosh 7
Stundon, b. Hatfield 2
Lane, b. Hatfield ;
Colo, c. and b. Hatfiold 0
Ware, not out 0
March 29, 1S97.
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 thev have pot in
the habit of sending to us for I
all sorts or things tor kitchen
nnrl ppnernl iisp.
Soap is one of these things. Pllj? J?
It is not exactly in the line of JJAiJ-il-i-ii
naraware out u ceuainiy can :
be classed as merchandise.
Anyhow we have a lot of it on
hand and we propose to sell it j -
and sell it quick. The.line.of j OllC6 a Year
soaps we handle is that made 1 r Trrt
by Colgate & Co. of New! OllCe a Year
York, and we need not say;
mere is none better in the
We ofTer Colgate's Cash
mere Bouquet and Jockey
Club Soap at .3 5 cents per cake,
the genuine aitiele and full'
size; (jlycerine, Kosador 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 w with .50. '
In medicated soaps we offer
the well-known Cuticura at
20 cents a cake, and the
Medicated TarSoaDat K cents.
This latter article is excellent
for bathing and shampooing
purposes. Try it and you will
Hawaiian Hardware Co.
NO. 307 FORT STREET.
fisar AT THE
1 SfilS They
1 Gome sassN
Each day adds a number of
members to our popular
Mackintosh, b. Ward S
Duvoy, c. fml b. Wind (
Viucent, not out '.)
Murray, not out 8
Nuuanu and King Streots.
I'Olt SII.MtAY M'l):ilMMI,
rrnuritiu lor the IIhiiiI Cimci'rt ul .tin
lice InIhiiiI I'uuiurrow.
Tho program for tho concert to
bo given by tho Government baud
at Makeo Island tomorrow after
noon is givon bolow. The concert
commences at 3 o'clook:
The IHrt llunUrLd.
Overt 11 ro Scmir.imldc ltostlnl
Interiui-zzo Cavnllcriu Kustlciiiu....
Selection SnlllTan's Songi Kappey
Saxophone. Solo Mia llurtmaii
Mr. Din Id Nape.
Cornet Solo Lullauj-c Knimett
Mr. Charles Kreuter.
Finale Tannbautor 'n"ncr
Kcliu I'lii'e Oil tlw Alp (liy recU"l) "
Kchoca: .Mr. W. (. Aylctt.
Oturtuie .Murmuring Korest lloulllou
At Klillllll I.tpiure.
The usual band concert will he
given at Emma square this after
noon with tho following selec
tions: Ovurluro-.Iollj BtuiluuU Suiipu
ranliola Let's lie a Soldier Kllenhcrc
Cornet Solo Fuucles ivl vns
Mr. Charles Ki enter.
Selictlou II IVovalort'..., Verdi
Sterling, tho paintor, is pre
pared to quote prices on roof
painting. Ho uses a composition of
coal tar and comont. Cheapest
aud best roof preparation in Ho
Club ouo and 'two drow last
Saturday. Club Ihrco is ranid-
m 'y filling up. Tho samo en
H thusiasm as of old exists, all
fa classos aro nnxious to join, bo
j causo it is a clear saving of
You Throw Away
Besides another vital point
adds to tho popularity, ami that
is that we do not mako it
obligatory to take a watch, but
allow you to select any one or
moro articles iu the store, no
matter in what lino. Could
anything bo fairer to you?
Wo wnnt to 6ay-right hore,
that wo will back up any aud
uoiy article selected in our
club with tho samo full aud
complete guarantee which goes
with ovory piece of goodB sold
in tho store. You take no risk
whatever. Wo tako it all.
In Suitinp-s for
A Perfect fit Guaranteed.
J. P. ROOeiGUES'
142 Fort Street,
tar telephone: ovjyi
Election of Officers.
I-L F. Wicliman
Oil and after April 1st, Xite. Cooper
&, Uitymnml will occupy tlieollloeH of
Dr. MuQrtwou Hotel street. OilI.:n
iKiiirs from 8.30 to 10 am, 1 30 to 3
and 7 to 8 p. in. l'nleiliouu No. 154.
Notice la liercliy given, that at a
luueiuiK ni 1110 uanu HUur 1:0111 puny,
Limited, lield in Honolulu April L.
1S97, tlio followiUK Ollkers wero elect
ed to serve until tho tiuxt annual
Directors: S. C. Allen, O. A. Brown,
V J. Lowrey, W. Wolters. Auditor:
The lldt of Ofllcers 1b now as follows:
Paul IsenberK President
B. F Dillingham
First Vice President
M. P. Hoblnaon
J. F. Hackfeld Treasurer
E. Suhr Secretary
B-anl of Direcloro- 8. C. Allen,
C A. iiriiwu, F. J Lowicy, W. Wol
(ere; and ex ofllclo: Paul iHenberg,
B. F. Dillingham, M. P. Kobinsou.
J. F. Hackfeld, E Suhr.
Hotel St.. near Fort. Tel. JK?2.
On and after April lut Dr. H. V.
Murrav will occupy the House of
Brui'e Uartwrlglit, corner Alakea aud
Beretuniu Btieets. o71-lw
Ono Fine Family Cnrriage HornO war
ruuttil to he a guutl uniuml. Apulyto
W. W. WRIQUT,
57M-lr Fort street.
nOTARY PUBLIC and TYPEWRITER
Omen: 203 Mercliunt street, Campbell
MiocKiiear oj J, U. Uurtef olUeel,
The absolutely pure
ROYAL the most celebrated of all
the baking- powders in the world cel
ebrated for its great
. leavening strength and
purity. It makes yout
cakes, biscuit, bread,
v etc., healthful, it assures
you against alum and all
forms of adulteration
that go with the cheap
JJJ"NMOtCNEW YORK. f
J. J. COUG1ILIN.
The Manufacturing Slaroess Co.
IotI fiiid King yi reels.
Tr.M:i'iit)Ni. 228. i o'linv 'too
OUK SPECIALTY IS
Fine Handmade Harness Etc.
B2. We keep in stock and sell no goods except
OUR OWN MANUFACTURE.
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reliable I ifJrMtf f-r jKtllais)B .g
If there is nny reason why j-ou should use
nny s-iraaparilla, there is every reason why you
should use Ayer's. When you take sarsaparilla
you take.it to cure disease; you want to be cured
sis quickly as possible and as cheaply ns possible.
Hint is why you should use Ayer's: it cures
quickly and cheaply and it cures to stay. Many
people write us : " I would sooner have one bottle
of AyL-r A arsapnrMti than three of any other
kind. A druggist writes that " one bottle of
Ayer s will.giye more benefit than six.of any other
kind. If one bottle of Ayer's wilt do the work
of three it muht have the strength of three at the
cost of one. There's the point in. a nutshell. It
pays every way to use ,
Hollister Drug! Co., Agents.
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