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Will bo rocoivod at tho Office
of the Attoruey-Gouornl for pub
lishing auil binding, tho English
and Hawaiian Versions of tho
Compiled Laws uud also tho
English uud Hawaiian Versions
of tho Tonal Laws.
Tciidora will bo received up to
12 o'clock noon, on Tuesday, tho
Oth of April. Specifications of
work and copy may bo seen at tho
Tbo Attorney-General does not
bind himself to accept the loweBt
or any bid.
UK'S 11 YE. COOP 15 U,
Altorney-Oenerol ad interim.
Mnroli JiO, 1S(.)7. T71-:U
Will be received at the Ctlioe ot
tho Miuistor of the Interior till 12
o'clock noon of WEDNESDAY,
April 21, 18!)7. for tho construc
tion ot tho road ovei Nuunim
Plans and Specifications at tho
Oflico ot tho Supmintfudout of
Tho Minister of thn Tntorioi
does not bind himself to accept
the lowest or anv bid.
.1. A. KING,
Minister of tho Interior.
Interior OJlioo,' Aiiri.1 1, 181)7.
517 Ejcqi: Bulletin,
DANIEL LOGAN. Editor.
MONDAY, Al'lUL 5, 1S97.
Soveral times in the recent past
tho Buli.ktin has called attention
to the campaign for pure foods
being waged in California. It is
an important matter to the peoplo
of these islands, on account of tho
largo proportion of their food sup
plies which comes from Califor
nia. San Francisco papers con
tinue to pog away at tho subject.
One of thorn received in last mail
announces tho discoveiy that a
large proportion of tho jollies sold
in the stores of that city aro
adulterated. It says that out of
thirty -tin po imples of jolly pur
chiibfd in vaiious pints of .tho
city, ton were found to bo so
adulterated as to be dangoious as
food. This editorial comment is
mado: "It is one of the strange
developments of inodorn com
merce that in a land like Califor
nia, ivheip fruit is so abundant,
such adulleiatioiis can bo pro
fitably sold. We let tliints.uidh
of tons of fruit go to waste eveiy
year in our orchards or our
market places and yot import
from abroad protended fruit pro
ducts which aro not only
adulterated, but aro absolutely in
jurious to tho health of tho peo
ple." The Bulletin knows of a
reoident of Houolulu who, a fow
years ago, was buyiug Swiss
condensed milk for tho
food of iufiuita, nr W fl
recommendation of a physician,
but who aftor a while changed to
a famous New York brand on
other advice that it was bettor as
well os cheapor. Lately tho San
Francisco food inspectors discov
ered, as has bof n republished in
this paper, spuiious qualities in
that vory brand of Now York
condensed milk. Many ycais ago,
and often since, the writor advo
cated systematic food inspection
in this country, but thus far our
legislators ami reformers given to
prodding legislators have not
deemed tho inaltor wot thy of con
sideration. Wo have inspection
of domestic fish and meat, whilu
stale and rotleu vegetables havo
free course to the tables of tho
peoplo, aud, as to impoited foods,
wo "pays our mouoy aud takes our
choice," as tho other fellow said.
What tho little British depen
dency of Trinidad has put in prac
tise is the vory thing that lias been
preached to Hawaii lo, these
many years. That is, not to stake
everything on tho one item of
bugar, however gieat tho profits at
different times that product might
have yiolded. Trinidad has its
roward now in a condition of Jcom
parativo iudopendeuco of sugar,
whilo largor Bister West India
colonies aro whiuiug for help at
the knees of tho Mother Co.uutry.
It has ovon boon ablo to lot go a
little of cotTeo when tho market
for that staplo presented unpro
mising features. Hawaii is com
ing gradually to a sonso of the
daugor of trusting too much to one
soui co of wealth. Besides all the
hoincstoading that has beon going
on in those islands for several
years, greatly increasing tho
raugo of tbo soil's productiveness
in different lines, oven tho sugar
pluntPis are to a conaidoroblo ex
it ut experimenting on the
boidors aud rugged corners of
their estates with other growths
than sugar cano.
Instead of Rolling its plant to a
Poitugueso newspaper syndicate,
as its older local contemporary
blaudly suggested as likely, tho
Hawuii Herald has onlarged its
borders to six pages. It has often
been said that any town capable
of "upportiug one paper will sup
port iwo. Hilo beoniH to bo in
oideuco iu this repaid.
Australian papers quote with
satisfaction American judicial de
cisions supporting health authoii
tics in tho enforced purification of
dairy herds by the tuberculin
Anglican Church Chronicle:
"Whero it is possiblo to raibo
soveral thousand dollars for an
armory, suroly it is possiblo to
raiso and endow a hospital.
'I he JUnmlitl Dlil Not Mil
Doputy-marshal Hitchcock says
that Marshal Brown is quietly
resting at home nursing an attack
of malarial fever and that ho did
not go with tho Kaona expedition.
Tho so-called heavily armed police
expedition which a morning con
temporary speaks of, as leaving tho
Bailroad wharf on Saturday night
to moot tho Kaona, was only the
ordinary police boat taking Dr.Ko
hnvaHlii to tho oiiaiuutine station
to visit three sick Japaucso womon
who aro detained, there to bo re
turned to their own country. The
police authoiities claim to know
absolutely nothing ot tho Kaeua's
cruioo or its object.
Nile ill Mut K.
At noon today auctioneer Mor
gan dispot-ed of 170 shaies of the
stock of tho Hawaiian Ilardwaie
Company by order of tho Boaul
of Directors for non-payment of
an abbossmeut of tf-5 per shaie.
Fifty dollars por share
had been paid up. Tho stock wus
sold in two blocks, one of 20 and
tho other of loO shares. Cecil
Brown was the purchaser of both
lots at Si per bhare, theie being
no other bids offered.
A G-roomod cottage, stables
aud servant's quarters, situate on
Wilder avenue. Large grounds
well laid out aud planted with
fruit and ornamental trees; ouo
full set of furniture and cookiug
stove cau einuiu in the house if
wanted. Apply to A. V. Gear,
210 King stivU.
A I'Hlrnl Ire.tj Willi Jhiuiii.
Washington, D. C, March 11.
Tho President has proclaimed tho
now patent convention with Japan
and it is now opeiativo. The
treaty piovalrs that citizens or
subjects of either country shall
have tho same protection as
native citizens regarding patents,
trademarks and designs.
By tho steamer Miowora, tho
Criterion Siloon received a large,
cousigumontof tho celebrated bock
boor, brewed by tho Seutllo Brow
ing and Malting Co. This is tho
first bock to make its appearauce,
and is a sure indication of bettor
EVENING BULLETIN, APIUL 5, 187.
The arrival of the last Aus
tralia was greeted with a sigh
ot relief from the whole com
munity. The unusually long in
terval between mails had made
people quite anxious, and rum
ors of war and other political
disturbances were flying as
thick as leaves in Vallambiosa.
The encouraging news of the
)robable passage of the Ding
ey bill, imposing a duty onall
oreign sugars while preserving
or Hawaii nei the advantages
of the Reciprocity Treaty, glad
dened the hearts of all, planters
as well as merchants, who pre
dict a new era of prosperity
and progress for these beauti
ful Isles of the Pacific. News
was also brought of the knock
ing out of Champion JimCor
bett by his sturdy opponent
The "Tribune Bicycle"
knocks them all out. Like the
Roman tribunes of old, it stands
on a pinnacle of fame, elevated
above all others, and like Fitz
simmons it beats all the other
The '97. Model is the acme
of peifection in wheels; it has
no equal. We received a num
ber of them by this Australia
and can furnish them in black,
royal, blue or maroon.
The Sager Pneumatic Saddle
is recognized as the best for
ease and comfort; no disease
of the spine or jar to your nerves
if you ride this saddle.
The Stodder Puncture
less Tire is impenetrable by
glass, nails, thorns, pins, etc ,
and yet it retains all the elastic
and resilient qualities. Every
Tire guaranteed for one year.
In addition to the above we
handle the Zimmy, Stormer
and other bicycles and carry a
full line of M. & W. Tires,
Rims, Handle Bars in wood
and nickel, Bells, Cyclometers,
Come and inspect our new
Hawaiian Hardware Co.
NO. 307 FORT STREET,
In Suitings Lbi?
A 1'erfoct Fit Guaranteed.
J. P. !
1 4-2 ITort Stroot.
I3T TELEPHONE 012 jr
Dissolution of Copartner
ship. To Whom It May Cosor.rtN:
-Tbu copirtuerrhip herolofoie cxlnt
lug liotweuu the unikwigntil under
tbo llrm mime ot I'opple'on & Moot!
bus been tliN iluy dissolved by mutual
c.otiK'Ul. Mr. Ezra l'oppletnn will
continue tbo luisius ami uasumo all
nubilities', uud uollecU ull outstand
I 7M 1'OPPIiE'ION,
Honolulu, Ii I , A'iil i, IU''?.
IN THE CIKOU1T UOUIIT OF
tho Klrot Circmlt, Hawullau ralandn.
In Die Mutter of tbo liuiikruptey of
William W. Hoyd. Cieillton of tbo
mill Iltttikriipt are lirreby uotllleil to
(oni.i hi rtiul pniv llu'irdftt efor
lliti cluk of tbo Ciruult C'ouit of die
Klmt Circuit, nt tli Court Hoine, on
Kridiiy, UieOtli iluy ot April, lb97, bw
twueu the liotirH of ten o'olonk In tho
forenoon hikI noon of the sabl iliy,
mill elect un Assignee of tbo wilit
lly the (Joint:
GEOltGE LUC AH, Clerk.
Once a Year
Once a Year
Once a Year
BST AT THE
Nuuanu and King Streots.
Each day adds a number of
meiubeis to our popular
Club ono and two drew last
Satuiday. Club three is rapid
ly rilling up. The satno on
tliusiHsui fin ot old cxintH, all
(duBses aro anxious to join, bo
cause it is a clear saving of
You Throw Away
Besides anothor vital point
adds to tho popularity, and that
is that wo do not mako it
obligatory to take a watch, but
allow you to select any ono or
moro articles in tho store, no
matter in what lino. Could
anything bo fairer to you?
We want to nay right bore,
that we will back up any uud
ovory article selected in our
club with tho same full and
complato guarantee whioh goes
with ovory piece of goods sold
in the store. You tako no risk
whatovor. Wo tuko it all.
On and after April Ut, Dm. Cooper
& HaymonJ will occupy the oflices of
Dr. McOrew nn Hotel Htreet. Olllco
hours from 8:30 to 10 a in, 1:30 to 3
and 7 to 8 p. m. Teli-pbono No. 154.
Hotel St., near Fort. Tol. 802.
The Manufacturing Harness Co. ?jji
Kort an,l King St roofs.
Telepiioni: 228. P. O. Box 022.
f -' w
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OUR SPJV-01AL.TY IS
HandmaUe Harness, &tc
K, Wc keep in &tock and sell no goods oxcopt
OUR OWN MANUFACTURE.
arc clothes cranks,
iu tliut they foul
no elotlicH aiV good
elothee save tailors' clothes
make good clothes,
but charge too
much for tho goodness.
Gooducss is an incident.
lack tho incident, '
ovon when tho tailor
charges for it. Same
cloth, samo mako,
with incident, for half
tailor's prico our way.
9 Hotel Street
We Wake Shirts to Order.
Tbo uuilorMuiiU'l having been ap
potuteil AduiiuUtrutix of the Evtato
of Cluing King, late ot WhIuIuu, Otliu,
deceased, by order uf I by Honorable
A. l'erry, Second Juil of tbo Circuit
Court, Klrot Judicial Ciicult, itepub"
Hoof Huwuil, hereby iiotitloa ull per
sona having claims agiiut ubl ch
th to to present thuhauio with vouchers
duly authenticated, oven though the
sumo bo feeuied by inorli;ago upon
real estate, to hliu at Wululua, OhIiu,
within six (6) months from lUte
beieof, or such claims will bo forever
buried. All pen-oin Indebted to nald
eHtute are also notified and directed to
pay such debts to the Administrator
only. PAUL MAHAULU,
Administrator of tho Estate of Cbang
Dated Walalua, Oahu, March 8,
1897. 658 4t
Election. of Officers.
The following OlUcern imve btcu
elected by the Woodlawn Fiult Com
pany to eerve for the ensuing year;
F. W. MoChesney President.
J. S. Walker
Secretary aud Treasurer.
J. H. Bchiiaok Auditor.
The ubove'together with J. Lazarus
constitute the Boaid of Directors.
J. 8. WAIiKKR,
Honolulu, March 12, 1607. 571-3t
Furnished Houie on' lleietunla
street, the renldf lice of Louis Marks,
completely furnished throughout and
ready loi iiiiineoriie ixxui-uuuy.
607-tf GEO, ii. HOARDMAN.
Notice of Removal.
On and after April 1st, C. V. K.
Dove, (Surveyor and Civil Englueor,
will occupy his New Oluce in tho
Campbell lil-cfc, op (ttti, next to iho
otllce of the Bwhop Hjtato. 5a-lw
On and after April 1st Dr. II. V.
Murray will occupy the House of
BtiiceCartwrlght, corner Alukea and
Reretaulu streets. B7l-lw
J. J. COUGHLTN.
Including a Fine Line of
In large variety. Also
Etc., Etc., Etc.
FOR SALK IIV
Von Holt Block. King Street.
In tho Cirnuit Court ofQn,,.rl.0l
the First Clicuit, Huwail- OTA'S
an Islands. James J. Byrne vs. John
Allot), II. Allen and other?, at Cham
berh. Tbo Kepuullo of Hawaii: To
tlie Maiijlml of the Ha wniiuu Inlands,
or bis I)uiuty, Oreetlng: You aro
herehy couiiiiainUil to pummoii John
Vllen, Henry Allen, Heurv Rhodes,
W. H. Iiunibert. A. I-ek, 11. F. Dll
ltiighum aud O.ibu Railroad & Laud
Co. to appear ten days alter tiorvlco
ueieof, lftiioy lesido on the Island of
O.iliu, otherwise twenty days after
tervlee, before such Judge of tbo Cir
cuit Court of the First Circuit o shall
liewltllug at Clmmbcis iu the Court
Itoom, nt Honolulu, in the Judiciary
Buildlug, to'auswor the uunexed bill
or James J. Byrne. Ami you are fur
ther commanded, by order of tbo Hou.
A. W. Carter, 1st Judge of the Circuit
Court of the 1st Circuit', that process
be served upon V. A. IClnney, Esq ,
for aud on behalf of A. Feek nud that
a temporary Injunction issue h pniyed
for against tbo Oahu Railroad & Lnul
Company, A. Feek, bis Attorneys,
Agent and Factors, uud have you
then there this Writ, with your re
in ' -'if u
I spi I Witaoi-j tho Flint Judge
1 HI'AI' of tbo Circuit Court of the
First Circuit, at Honolulu, this 27th
day of July, 1890.
(Slg) GEORGE LUCAS,
i HG'S, Civil Code. Tho time with
in which au act Is to be done,
flull bo computed by excluding tho
llrdt day and including tho last. If
the last day be Sunday, it shall be
r fsrltflf flit, fnrniiiilni. frvlr.i. i.in
copy of the original summon!. Iu .'.lid
taunc, nuu iiiai niu v,ijuru oroerea inai
fcervico be m.tdu Uon said uou resi
lient oeieuuanr, a. roeK, oy puidlca
tion of tho same uud coutluuauce of
nild 'Hii!' until tin !!Hlh dav of Juue,
1M7, a. 10 o'o o.'k iu tho for.iiii'iii.
Honolulu, H I Mfliidi 11), lht)7,
J. A. THOMPSON,
One Kiuo Taiuily CiiiridRe Ilorso war.
ruuttd tj be a geuth uuiuiul. -ply to
w. w. wmanT,
B'a-lw , Port htreet.
NOTARY PUBLIC aM TYPEWRITER
OfKicm 203 Merchant strtet, Cuuipbell
Hloik rear of J. 0. Curler' office, v. O.
Box :t;io '
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