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pajliig water ml?, are hereby notl
lleil th.it the hours for Irrigation pur
. )0iH 11 to front U to 8 o'clock A. M. ami
from 4 loC o'clock i. Mi
Supt Honolulu Wutcr Wiuki.
Airv I- J. A. KlMl, Milliliter of
Honolulu, II. I., April 0, 1S!)T.
S Evei)iF)$ Bulletin,
DANIEL LOGAN. Editor.
TIUTHSDAY, APULL 8, 1807.
TREATY IN FAVOR.
Tlioro is much ovidoneo to hand
that tlio bulk of tho peoplo of
California is not bucking tho oppo
sition to the Hawaiian reciprocity
treaty which has beeu reported to
oxist in behalf of that Htnto'a beet
sugar industry. Tho merchants
of San Jl'rancisco, us represented
by tho Chatnbor of Comrnorco, are
practically solid for maintenance
of tho tradu telations based upon
the treaty. Even the country press,
over which it might bo expected
thn beet interest should hold nu
inlliiiMicf, doos not echo tho out
cry against Hawaiian competition.
Tho press of tho Pacific Coast as
a whole, it can safely bo stated, is
for the doctrine that American
iniluence must bo kept paramount
in Unwaii. A gieut portion of
thn snnio press is clearly in favor
of Hawaiian aunexutiou.
In his recent lecture at South
port, England, Mr. Thto. H.
Davies, in teforring to the revolu
tion of 1887, said: "Tho now
constitution took uway many of
tho prerogatives which the King
had undoubtedly abused and, iin -perfect
as it necessarily was from
the haste with which it wnb pre
paied, it was a great guiti to tho
cause of freedom and good tov
orumeut." Noticing this lecturo
a local contemporary represented
.Mr. Diivies as beitiji strongly op
posed to tho revolution of lats7.
Thou, upon being corrected by a
business associato uud friend of
Jlr. Duvies, the same paper said
that the lecturo in which tho
sentiment juot quoted appeared
had not come io its hand. Its
eye it should hove said to tell tho
An item of thn latest tariff news
from Washington is as follows:
in compliance with the protests
of the fruit importers tho para
graph relating to pineapples, whicli
were made dutiable at 2 cents a
pound, kas been chauged so as to
permit pineapples in barrels or
other packages to be made dutiable
,tf c ""; -,,,-; r,,i wi u
imported in balk tho duly will bo
Sii a thousand.
As it stood tho duty would
simply have killed tho Hawaiian
expoit of pinenpples to tho Unit
od States. Tho amendment will bo
in favor of tho trade, compared
with tho original paragraph, as
about six conts to Sl.ti." for tho
avoiago size of pineapple by the
onbic foot, or $( to SMC
by tho thousand. As tho
uugiir interests nra the only ouo
luics to fight the treaty as a whole
in the Senate, it might bo reason
ably hoped that, once their cam
paign is brought to naught o we
hopo it will be, tho treaty may bo
oulargcd to givo fieo admission to
both natural and preserved fruit
products of Hawaii.
Franco is on the ovo of another
eruption of Panama fccaudals. It
is anticipated by somo obsotvors
that it may end in a constitution
al revolution of ono kind or an-
oilier. ThU dementia Iroulilo will
in the iiuwiitiine proli.tbly emiHO
l-'rauco to play only minor uIiouIh
in tho European nrt'liculrii sere
nading under tho windows of
IM.4IN CAMI'DUNIA TALK.
Ornnn. r the
(itrii l'riilt liiilita.
The Citrograph, a hnndsomu
looking paper ot llcdlands, Col.,
devoted largely to tho fruit in
dustry, has tho following articlo
on "Tho Hawaiian Situation" in
its issue of March 20:
AVe hopo the Hawaiian question
will bo taken up by congress, nud
that heforn long. The question
of annexation is a grave one, and
not to be desired, as the Islands
aro now constituted, bocnuso of
tho undesirability of a great pro
portion of tho inhabitants, but
there is a far graver one. It is a
question of who shall, in a few
years, own thoso lovoly gems or
tho mighty Pacific. If tho United
States does not admit them -and
they are asking to come in on our
own terms thou Japan or Eug
laud will absorb them. This can
not bo allowed. It is even
unthinkable for a moment.
Whilo we may not want them, yot
no other country may possess
them. They aro too valuable to
us. They aro tho koy to tho whole
North Pacific situation. To allow
somo othor country to step in and
take that which is fn-tlyium .i
untanly offered to us would be mi
act of national folly not to be
thought of for a moment. Wicc
statesmanship will shield us frnm
almost all the dangers at wlu'li
wo havo hinted. The right of nut
frago can bo caiefully and j-alu--ly
guarded. But tho great luet
remains that tho Unite 1 States
must exerciso a protectorate ovei
tho Islands or wo must take them
into tho Union on somo terms.
No foroign Hag must be allowed
to iloat over that little ltopublio.
Tho Bishop of Honolulu
and Mrs. Willis leave on
tho Mariposa. They will mnko
a short stay at Samoa and from
thonce go on to tho Tonga Islands,
whero thoy will 119 tho guests of
Dr. nnd Mrs. McLennan for a
short time. During his stay at
Nukualofa the liishop will hold
a confirmation service, his autho
rity extending ovor the Pacific isl
ands. From Tonga the Bishop
will go to Aucklaud -md from
theuc'M to England, expecting to
arrive in Loudon about June Id,
in timo to bo present at the groat
Lambeth Conference of bishop
horn nil pnrts of the Hritish em
Judge Perry reinstated the libel
case of J. E. Gomes vs. Hawaiian
Gu.otte Co., nnd it will be heard
without a jury, the plaintiff to
pay costs of reinstatement.
Maleka Mi, wife of J. K. Mi, an
inmate of tho insauo asylum, peti
tions that sho be appointed guar
dian of her husband, so that sho
may look after a tract of land in
Puna, which is capablo of yield
ing some income for his support.
Mottors to como boforo tho Cir
cuit Court tomorrow aro: guardi
anship of Maria Galaspo, proof of
will of Wainee, administration
es .'.(. W irn (Juolale, and
bankruptcy of W. W. Boyd.
Tho ribbon nud laco salo at tho
Toinplo of Fashion opens Monday
next. A discount of 2o per cent
on tho actual cost will bo gicn.
This means that you can got
these goods f0 percent choapor at
the Temple of Fashion than else
wheie. In the mountlmo note
these prices on dress goods: dot
ted swiss organdies 10 yards $1.10;
cretons 20 ynrds $1.00; black
cashmere 00o per yard, Jformer
piico yl.50; vhite muslins 10
?lr Miilili lU-iiiriiluu.
P. C. Jones has received a letter
from a business correspondent in
San Francisco, enclosing tho copy
of a telegram frnm Wahhington,
dated April 1, which suid Attor
ney Gonerol Smith was leaving
for homo that day.
mm m 1
"Pushpen is a toady writer,
isn't ho?" "Yes, ho writeB readi
ly enough; but tho trouble is ho
KVKNINU BULLETIN, APHIIj 8, 1BU7.
The anival of the last Aus
tralia was greeted with a sigh
ol 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 Hying as
! thick as leaves in Vallambrosa.
I The encouraging news of the
I probable passage of the Ding
ey bill, imposing a duty on all
oreign sugars while preserving
( for Hawaii nei the advantages
of the Reciprocity Treaty, glad-
aenea me neans 01 an, planters
as well as merchants, who pre
dict a new era of prosperity
and progress for these beauti-
j ful Isles of the Pacific. News
I was also brought of theknock-
ing out of Champion Jim Cor
i bett by his sturdy opponent
The " Tribunf- Bicycle"
I knocks them all out. Like the
Roman tribunesofoId.it stands
on a pinnacle of fame, elevated
above all others, and like Fitz
simmons it beats all the other
The '97 Aodel is the acme
of perfection in wheJv. it has
no equal, we received a num
ber ot them by this Australia
and can furnish them in black,
loyal, blue or maioon.
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,
Opposite Spieekels' JLSauk.
IN THE I'MttM IV ( Ol'RT Ol-'
(lit? I'lrnl Circuit. Ilit.i jiimii Ntau 18
In l!:Uik'Mple.y. In Ui-iniiu r of tho
lUnkiupicy of Nakuntntu, O uftikii,
KininiH uud KiimiiKii, doltitf O'l-li.c-f
itaOillfukil & (J J lit llitfinprrie, Kumtl.
C'rulitoj-s ol tho b.'ild lUnlmipt im
Ircreby notified to come In and prove
tuelr debts before the elerk of llw Cir
cuit Court of the First Clieult at
Honolulu, on Monday the I'Jtli dny of
April, 18'J7, between the hours of ten
o'clock In the foieuoou and noou of
the nald day, nud eleot an Assignee of
too said Bankrupts Estate.
By the Court:
GEOItGE LUCAS, Clerk.
IN THE CritCUIT COUNT OK
the First Circuit, HhwhIIiiu IxlamlM.
In Hip MnMor of tlm llinlrrup'pv nf
Wltllunt IJojtl. r'itor t.fthr
suid Huukruut n e h.-ieby untitled to
ooiuu in and provn their debti before
the clerk of the Circuit Court of tho
First Circuit, at the Court limine, on
Friduy, the Dili day of April, 1897, ho
ttveen the bourn of ten o'clock iu the
forcuuon uud 110 in of Hit nnld day,
and elect an AIi:ih'u of t tic sutd
JJy the Cnnrt :
GEORGE LUCAS, Clerk.
Attention, Company A. i;
Akmokv Cosii-am A,, K. O. II., 1
t Honolulu, Aprils, 1807.
AKvory Jicnilif r of Ihin f uminnnil In
ImtuDv oriitirvil to tcpoit nt tiiu Dull
Sliert THIS (Tburbtlny) HVENINO,
April 8, nt 7::W o'clock, for
ITuifurui; Hbie cup, blonne, wliito tiim
errf, leueiucH, belt unit tiltu.
, PAUL SMITH,
fj7U.lt Cuptidn Oommaiulinp.
A Comforlalle TIoiihc cotitninlntr (I
rooms, tdtuiite in Kullhl, muir Ku
meliutneba Sobool. Stable room for
thuo horne", carriage and servant')
(juiirtfrH, Inrjr gruuntN well pluuted
wltlt ahrubborli'S Apidv to
A V GE.iU,
577.3t -10 lClns street.
J. T. WATERHOUSE
Tho "Australia" takos nway
orders for delicacies which wo
havo introduced to tho I f 0110
lulu public and which find
places on the tables of tho j
epicures of Honolulu.
Tinned Goods, ninny of them, '
but they arc prepared so enpi-1
tail' that thoy surp.iss even I
the fresh gnndft. Tho demand '
for these special lines is "row-1
in;; mainly Docuiiso ot cue euro
taken in tho factories whero
thoy aro put up. Tho mnteriul
is carefully selected nnd only
tho best is sent to Honolulu.
Wo havo now on our shelves
and ready for delivery tho
"Epicurean Brand Vienna Sau
sage, Shrimps with Tomatoes,
Baked Moans with Tomatoes,
Lobster and Lunch Oysters;
for tho table no better goods
have ever been brought to the !
We havo also a superior
quality of Ground Chocolate
ond Schilling's Lest Teas and
Spices; Crackers and Fancy
Telephone orders for these
goods will have immediate at
tention. Our wagon is always
on tho go for tho accommoda
tion of our customers.
J. T. WATERHOUSE
Each clay adds n number or
members to onr popular
Club one anil two drew last
3 Saturday, t'lub three is rapid
ly tilling up. Tho same on
thusinsm ns of old exists, all
.j classes aro anxious to join, be
cause it is a clear saving of
You Throw Away
liesidea unotlior vital point
adds to the popularity, and Hint
is that wo do not mako it
obligatory to take a watch, but
nllow you to solect any ono or
moro articlos iu tho stoic, no
.matter in what lino. Could
nnythiug bo fairer to you?
Wo want to say right hore,
thnt wo will baok np any and
every articlo selected in our
club with thn siuno full and
comploto guarantee whioh goes
with evory piece of goods sold
iu the store. You take no risk
whntovor. Wo hike it nil.
NOTARY PUBLIC and TYPEWRITER
OrricK: 203 Morchant utreet, Onuipboll
Iiloolc lear of J. O. CmUW oBlce, l'. O,
What the Faculty of the
University of California
Has to Say.
Your committee have made .1 very careful examina
tion of the ROYAL BAKING POWDER and are
satisfied that it fulfills all the requirements which the
public can make of a baking powder. For purity and
care in preparation it equals any in the market, and
Our test shows that it has
greater leavening power
than any other of which
we have any knowledge.
Prof. Chemist)y University of California and Slate Analyst.
Prof. Chemistry, College Pharmacy, of the University of California.
The fayfaciuring Harness Go.
OtJJR ,SXJiC01LTY IS
Fine Handmade Harness, Etc.
S3- Wo keep in stock ami soil no yuods exeunt
OUK OWN MANUFACTURE.
9 The Tlie The
1 Best. Rest. ' Test. I
There nro two kinds of sarsap:irlII.i:l-TIte best and the
rest Tho trouble is they look allko. 'And TU.ca tlio rest
dress like tho best wlio' to tell tkera apart? We, "tho treo
Is known by Its fruit." That', an old tctt and a safe one.
And the taller tho treo the deeper tho root That's another
test. What's the root, tho record of theso saraapajillas ? The
one with the deepest root Is Ayer's. The ono with tho richest
fruit ; that, too, Is Aycr'a. Ayer's Sarsaparilla has a rocord ot
half a conlury of cures ; a record of inaDy medals and awards
culminating In the medal of the Chlcio World's Fair -ivMrh
udndtUfltf Ayer's f,iw.p.uUU ns tuo btshut its do.ur. agair..l
tho ret. Tiiat wag gieater honor than tho modal, to he tho only
Sarsaparilla admitted as an exhibit nt tho World's Fair. If you
want to get the host sarsaparilla of your druggist,, here' an
Infallible rule : Ask for the best and you'll get Ayor's. Ask
for Ayer's and you'll get the bckt.
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S. fZl3(T H
Bulletin, 75c, -der Month
J. J. COUGHLIN.
P.'O. Uox y22.
"VOUNG WNOtR CORN