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J5VRMINO BULLETIN, APRIL 10, 1807.
Will be received nt tbo OlHco ot
tho Ministor of tbo Interior till 12
o'clock noon of WEDNESDAY,
April 21, 181)7, for tbo construc
tion of tbo road over Nuimnu
Pliuis and Specifications nt tbo
Office of tliu Superintendent of
The tenders nro to bo bused up
on tbo condition that nt least 50
per rout, of tho unskilled lnborors
employed on this work nre to con
sist of JlnwniinuH, Americans or
Tbo Minister of tbo Intoiior
does not bind himself to neeopt
tbo lowest or any bid.
J. A. KING,
Minister of tho Interior.
Interior Olliff, April (!, 18U7.
H"liJi of ivii'pr jpiivllcise, or those
puli)K water rttv, an- hc-ieli) null
th'il th'it llie Ihiiim for lrrl;iillon pur
fvf nre from fi to 8 o'clock a. m ami
from -I to (I o'clock r. M.
Supt. Honolulu Water Works.
Apiirnvni- J. A. Kino, Minister of
Honolulu, H. r., April 0, 1807.
S! ZjerT)$ Bulletin,
DANIEL, LOGAN. Editor.
SATHllDAY, APRIL 10, 1897.
KAI.llC.lllA ( I .
rriiniiil Keip Hip ICIn' Mi iiir,t
Knuoii 'Iivi:ix(i Bm.r.r.rix:
There is one thing tbnt I woulu
like to say iu leforenco to the 11th
of June races. Wo tho people
have got bo used to tho Kulaknua
Cup being inn for, Hint it beenis
strange to bavo it loft' out. "Now I
would like to make u suggestion
to tho people of Honolulu, that
were great friends of tho lato king.
It is that they tako up n subscrip
tion of ou dollar each, and let it
bo used to buy a cup, and lot it bo
known net tho IvnlukauiiCup, to bo
run for as of old. The Into king
was nhvnys n great lover of sport,
mm now wuon no is gone Jet us
keep him still in the minds of tho
public, by anil maintaining 'the
Kahikaun Cup us one of tho chief
prizes of our Derby. Theie nro
n umbers ot people hole that will
willingly subucriuo one 'dollar
each for tbo cup. Now, let some
good friend of the late king stnrt
the thing and tho public will soon
boo agaiu iu the program tho Ka
lakaun Cup as ot old.
Honolulu, April 10, lb'JT.
tillihoii mill Luten.
Monday the Temple of Ivshion
will idler tboir en til stock of
ribbons and l.icos ut u dii-coiint of
25 per cent on tho actual cost
Mr. Silvi is enabled to do this as
ho intends to letiio poi'imi'ioutry
fiom the diy good business.
Many people hnvo no idea what
25 per cent on actual cost moans,
but a visit to tbo Templo of Pnsli-
IU I IT I, v I . , l , . ',) j
cent reduction o"n actual cost
inouiiS tnat ou can bnj g..odH,'
ribbons, lues, etc , 50 por cent
cheaper at tho Twiiplo of Fashion,
than uuy other meichant can
oti'or. No merch'Uit can sell goods
below cost and continue to live,
but Mr. Silva intone!; to retire
and is willing to sacitllci bis
stock. N to puces qurted in
local column tod'iy, compute them
with tboho (noted by othor div
l'lrl llliiml lur tin- lln i'i t.
Judge LViiy li . roudun d a do
ciaion ocir ling tuc dmnui-
ror of defendants Dillingham and
Jtnbipann in the lull fni caneolbi
tion of Ioiiho brought bv J. A.
King, leceivor of tho estute of
John K. Suiuuor, against M. F.
On'idfW, 1). F. billinghum mid
Mark P. liubnibuii. Kmnoy & I
jJaimu lor coinpl!iinnnib,u. liiuwn
foi dcmuiring clefeiKluiits.
Doputy Mnraluil Hitchcock, J.
F. Utowu and u fow others were
down at tho wharf to seo tho Aus
liuliu.li dotoctivos off.
SEWS OF THE CAMPAIfiS
IKIl'Iis THAI AIIAt'K O.N rill All
HILL !' l'KEVAII..
.H.ijnrltj fur Amipv.tlloii lfpllrvcit In
llelli lloiiac rhllndelplilu Contra
lo Slioiv I(lnill)- I'lclllic.
By tbo Mnriposn'H mnil tbo fol
lowing telegrams bnve been receiv
ed in Honolulu.
Prom n member of tbo Ilnwnii
nn dolegation: "Think Hawaiian
duties will bo accepted by Sonato
notwithstanding bitter nttnckH an
ticipated, ltoliovo anuoxntion
measuro would have majority in
each IIouhu if recommended by
McKinley, who still defer defin -ing
his position wbilo nwniting
tnrilTroBulls. Shown friondliucss.
ly to show kind feeling and inter
est. Expect to return to AViudi
ington latter pnrt uot week when
will take mo for talk
Another mombor of doloention:
"Post editoriully ojnioses lteciji-
rocity Treaty. Injustice American
producors. SayB Trust favoia
A prominent Senator: "No
ohnugo iu situation sineo tele
graphing you yesterday ami pro
b.ibly will bo none for several
m: is m'mo a'ssi moiiimi:
Conthnirtl frm,) Ixl 'iqe.
brand of tobacco Dutler liked to
smoke nud procuied him a quan
tity of it. Tho murderer briglat
ptied up a little at the bight of it
and handed tho donor a pile of
bite pnpors containing accounts of
hifl San Fruucieeo experiences,
but be soon lelnpsed into his
usual morose condition and refus
od to talk on nuy subject.
The nifht boforo Dutler left
Sail Francisco he confessed to tho
murder of Arthur Proston, claim
iug tbnt be killed him iu self
defense. He hns nt times told
tho detectives other stories on tho
wny down, but he has told so
many ditTeront ones since his
capture that no credenco can bo
placed iu nny of thoiu.
A Hiiro TrcHl.
Llm spiuig opening of nowlv
impoited millinery at Miss CauiU'b
ou Hotel streot tdok place Thurs
dny, and her parlois havo been
crowded daily siuco by Honolulu
ladies eager to inspect and buy
tho many novelties displayed.
Her nssoitment of hats ami artifi
cial flowers nre tho veiy latest
importntiou and have a metropo
litan appeal nnce that is very
pleasing ti'tboinn. ili'-s Cchill
was recognizetl on the Coast for
sanio years as a most artistic mil
liner, nud, being thoroughly iu
touch with the wbolesnlo establish
ments in tho East as well as on
tho Coast, is onnbled to placo
before her customers tho very lat
ost styles in design nud finish.
Hor stock of spring goods is tho
equal if not tho superior
of anything ever imported
to this country. Hor storo
in the Arlington bjock has lately
hni n rpn -vitor1 nml llm lnrmi
plate glnss winctowB enable her to
show goods to advautacie.
llml a MurruM linie.
ChiisErieson of the bnik Al
bert bud n niuiow escape last
Thursday night, says n lato Cull.
Tho vobHel siiils for Honolulu to
morrow nnd it was Chris' last
night nahoro. When uonimug tlio
esBel ho lost his wny and foil
overboard. Tho wntchuinn ou tbn
C. D. Hrynnt heard the p plash and
gnvo the ahum. It was nearly
twenty minutes boforo tho unforf
uua'o mnn 'van hauled out, and in
tlte rneautimo his cries nwoko the
uuighbiiinoud. Yosteiday ho wub
p little the worse for weai, but was
still fibln to ki ep bis wntoh on
deck. The Allmit has ou board'
an uniiBunlly hoavy cargo and will
today take aboaul u Inigo consign
nieiit of horsoH nnd mules for
work ou tho plautatious
The Examiner hns n picturo of
Chnrles Dole, Stanford's truck
eoptaiu, in full nthletio co6tuniOi
lie is a son of Geoigo Dolej,
formerly of Kauai, and a nephew
of tho President.
The arrival of the last Aus
tralia was greeted with a sigh J
oi rejier irom tne 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 Vallambrosa.
The encouraging news of the
probable passage of the Ding
ey bill, imposing a duty on all
"oreign sugars while preserving
'or Hawuif nei the advantages
of the Rccipiucily Ticaty, glad
dened the hcaits of all, planters
as well as merchants, who pre
dict a new era of prosperity
and progress for these beauti
ful Mes'of the Pacilic. News
was. also brought ol the knock
ing out of Champion JimCor
bett by his sturdy opponent
"T Urt Tumi imp Cliv-! r? "
, ", iU ii i i m ii
I i0Ck'S them all Olll. Like the
' Komail tllOUIieb Ol Old, it Stands
on a pinnacle ol tame, elevated
above all others, and like Fitz
simmofis it beats all the other
The '97 Model is the acme
of peifection in wheels; it ha
no equal, we revived a num
ber of them by this Australia
ami can fuimJh ihefn in black,
royal, blue or maroon.
The Saici 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 Stoddek 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 otner 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.
Jet! " .
The best variety uf Jet Pius
in the city will bo found dis
played at the
It is not always tho amount
of money paid for an article
Mini, detemi.nes irs vutui.
Cheaper nnd much commoner
goods aro often sold for more
money than is asked for this
line, ,tn inspection of which is
J. M. WEBB,
No. 316 Fort Street.
Son Francisco and Yoko
The First Steamer
Of (lie nbovo line will bo ilu from
Kulit, J.intu, iii itr utiuui iIih
aotli OF AVItIL
And will lmvd dlHpaloh for San
(3ii For partli'iilarH, Imjulre of
G. E. UOA11DMAN,
j. T. WATERHOUSE
Tho "Australia" takes avay
orders for delicacies which wo
have introduced to tho Hono
lulu public and which find
places ou tho tables of tho
epicures of Honolulu.
Tinned Goods, many of thorn,
but they are prepared so capi-1
tally that they surpass even i
the fresh goods. The demand
for these special lines is grow-1
ing mainly because of the care
tukun in the factories where
they arc put up. The material
is carefully selected and only
the best is sent to Honolulu.
Wo have now on our shelves
and ready for delivery the
Epicurean Brand Vienna Sau
sage, Shrimps with'Tomatocs,
Baked Beans with Tomatoes,
Lobster and Lunch Oysters;
for tho table no better goods
have ever been brought to tho
Wo havo also a superior
quality of Ground Chocolate
and Schilling's Best Teas and
Spiec; Crackers and Fancy
v Telephone orders for these
goods, will havo immediate at
tention. Our wagon is always
on the go for the accommoda
tion of our customers.
I. T. WATERHOUSE
Eoeh day udds n number of
members to our popular
Club ono nnd two drew 1n)t
H Saturday. Club three is rapid
S ly filling up. Tho samo on
m thusiasm na of old exiifta. nil
fd clnsBos aro nnxious to join, bo
j caufio it is a clear saving of
1 The Dollar
I You Throw Away
I Every Week.
y Besides nnoUior vital point
m ndde to tho jiopularity, and that
B is tbnt wo do not make it
I obligatory to tako n wntch, but
nllow you to Boloct any ono or
g moro articles in the storo, no
matter in what lino. Could
q nuytbing bo fairor to you?
j Wo want to say right bore,
gj that wo will back up" any unci
M ovory articlo oelected in our
$ club "with tho bhuiq full and
g comploto guarantee which goes
p with ovory piece of goods sold
j in tho store. You tako no risk
w whntovor. AVo tako it all.
EL F. Wicliman
NOTARY PUBLIC and TYPEWRITER
OmiiKi 203 Morclianl Ktreet, OiunjitieU
Itlock treiw Of J. O. Cwtor'n office, P. O,
THE greatly increased price of cream of tartar, the
chief ingredient of a pure baking powder, has in
duced some manufacturers to substitute burnt alum
(which costs but 3 cts. a pound), largely or wholly in
3 ' lieu thereof, making a very low cost but a very un
0 wholesome baking powder: and great efforts are made
?rJ Tf t-A2rl iU r J 4 11U1HU AAK
iu luiai incit uutiiur juwuers upon consumers Dy tne
inducement of a lower price and by grossly false repre
sentations as to their ingredients and comparative value i
v Alum baking powders have been declared by the most !
V competent authorities injurious to health. Therefore
g every precaution must be taken to keep them out of
0 the house. They masquerade under many names, and
$ new brands are continually appearing.
g It is safe to avoid all new brands. Baking
$ powders that are sold either wholesale or retail at
j a lower price than Royal are almost invariably
jvj made from alum, and therefore not only inferior
in quality, but positively dangerous to health.
p! Consumers can be more certainly protected from
alum baking powders, and make the wholesomeness
gj of their food doubly sure, by rigidly refusing all sub-
stitutes for Royal Baking Powder. The Royal is cer-
tified by the Government and State chemists free from
alum, absolutely pure, and superlative in leavening g
g power. ' jjf
2 It is unwise to take chances by the ' fcj
tj . use of other brands. $
Cm "" " 4
V "OVAL BAKINO POWDER CO., IC WALL ST., NEW-YORK. Q
The (VSanufacturinq Harness Go.
OUR SPJiOlA-LTY IS
Fine Handmade Harness, Etc.
G3si Wo keep in stock and sell no goods except
OUK OWN rANUFACTURE.
H 23c;LicjArt i if- liiVirri-"a " DAnry I .
s i' rt i -- ,3Sj a- - mo :" i 3
p; ' mm ?fpBc,ALi : wost;j
i ase2$SPoie:Tnit will pro?e their meriirr' ' vtJKS-L ,0
uae i rial will prove mariner
The Annual Meellncr of tlio Aloha
CoH' Coni)viiiv. Ijlmllfil, wllllnknl
plueein tli Kpsiileiifin of Mi 10. I'eclt, Nntlee le hereby given tlmt the fol
on HHtiirday, April U 18)7, at -t I lowing estray line been Impoumleil
o'clock p. in. S. ti. I'KOIC, ' In Hit Ooverunieut PouuiUit Alaktkl.
Honolulu, April 10, lb7. 581-aw
XotloH Is hereby glvou tlmt nil no
omiiitHtlue the uuilfrHlctied of FOUR
MONTIIK or lonuer Htandhiir will be
placed lo (he hundx uf our attorneys
for collfi-thiii in,', sh lnim",l '.(9 at
tleiiibiit U inude
HAWAIIAN HUI)WAKE CO.
A. V. GEAR.
Telephouease, : ;'i : No. 310 Kiss St.
.Jjkua . .. .. f if t
J. J. COUCUILIX.
.P. O. Box :i22.
Mo'nioJii, viz :
1 u'.y lUttrp, no oranu, wnite enip
011 liiu foreheud cxtBUdluf,' lo the nose,
right hlud foot white, two fore feet
iilai'k, left hind foot blaek and the
niuiu) cur us uio tne lull, all lour feet
And If such estray la tint claimed
and all pound ohnruHUBiitUflml on or
ii'". . )!l''"-'i.inilsi i.tJ7. at
11 o clock iicmu, tlieoamo will be sold
en 'hut dato and hour lo the highest
bidder. K. KEKUEN
xr , , I'oundmaster.
Honolulu, H. I., April o. I&97.
Subioribo for tho Evkning Uol-
LKHN 76 oonta per month,