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EVENING BULLETIN, APRIL 12, 18H7.
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Holders of wutcr privilege", or thoso
paying water rates, are hereby noti
fied thnt tlie hours tor irrigation pur
pose nre from 6 to 8 o'clock a. m aud
(rntn 4 to 8 o'clock 1'. M.
Supt. Honolulu Water Works.
Approv .! J. A. Kinci, AUulHlf r of
Honolulu, H. I., April n, lb!)".
$) Euer?. Bullctii?.
DANIEL LOGAN, Editor.
MONDAY, APRIL 12, 1807.
Aii old number of. the New
York Sun lms beon received from
Sir. Cockburn, who is well kuown
as the otremious ndvocnto ot tho
grading of Hawaiian coffee uuilor
Hti ollioial stamp. Tho paper cou
tftins mi interview with a coffco
export, which is full of mattor
Hint, if rightly availed of, should
bo of tho greatest value to the
coffee industry of Hawaii. It
Booms that tho United States uses
about ouo-half of tho outiro
niwmut of coffee- produced in the
woild. i'ho qunutity imported
into that country is about half n
billion pounds, and its first cost
is from 81)0,000,000 to $100,000,.
000. Although coffee conns from
more than n hundred places in
the world, it is only sold
to consumers under five different
names Java, Mvclia, Muraeaiho,
Uio nud ground. Largo amounts
of eoll'do come to tiio American
market from countries that do not
produce tho article. New York
prices current usually divide tho
staplo into "Urnzil" aud "Mild,"
and, while there are forty grades
known to the jobbing trade, in tho
wholesale trade these disappear
uudor eloron distinctive titles.
"Mocha," the New York export
auys, "is mostly a delusion." Uut
sixtoeu pounds of coffee cuine to
tho United States from Turkey in
Asia, where Mocha is, last year and
from all other Asia only 21,010
pounds was shipped. "What
figures as Mocha in tho market is
mostly the immatuve nnd mis
formed benies sorted out from
many of the mild coffees and then
roasted almost black to givo a
decoction frofln them tho appear
ance of strength." Maraeuibo
coffee, by tho nuiuo token, gives
its name to tlio products of On
ttal America aud the northern
coasts of South America. "Every
thing olso that is good enough to
soil in tho bean goes as Itio.
What won't sell in the bean goes
to make cheap ground coffoo,
where, mixed with ohicory, it still
makes an acceptable drink for
thousands of persons. Not all
ground coffee is as bad as this,
howovor, but there is none that is
loa'j riooil. There .1 -oiii
fancy brands iu which fine Mara
caibo is used alone."
hi transmitting tho valuable
data from which tho foregoing is
abstracted, Mr. Cockburn writes
tho following observations: "Thoro
is no reariou why the title 'Ha
waiian' or 'Kona' should not
seize hold of tho public miud as
2ias been tho caso with Java,
Mocha, Maraeaibo, Rio or ground,
and cortainly no reason for its
passing into the rank of such
coitco as S iu Dominican, which,
though one of tin tiling coffees
in tho world, has no standing in tho
trado owing to its careless pother
ing and indiffcic-ut milled condi
tion. Tho 3,000,000 pounds a
year of that country's coffee, in
place of taking n first place, Ins
for a. market tho prisons of Eu
rope. In this Sun article tho
pooplo of thoso islands may learn
something of tho-value- of govern -mout
yiinling und certifying to quality
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of our coffee, tho advocacy
of which many in theso
islands are pleased to seo that
your able pen is engaged in. In
Now York you will uotico llio
No. 7 in August last was quoted
12Jc. por pound, last month the
quotation was 9Jc. and weak at
that. Tho fooling is that low
prices aro for somo yonrs to pro
vail, and tho Government, if it
acts at all in support of this coffee
industry by the oucouragomont or
adyautoging of producors to or liy
tho highest quality of product,
should show its hand in this direc
tion at as oarly a date ns posi
bio." FALSE NEWS.
Thoro was nothing moro Reri
ous iu tho recent Japanoso riot on
tho island of Maui than in many
similar disturbances that mark
tho history of cheap agricultural
labor iu this country. It hml
nothing to do with J.ipaiiyfo din
content at Honolulu over tho re
joction of wouldbo immigrants
from Japan. Aud, certainly,
thoro was no international politics
in tho emonte, ot which tho single
victim wus tho poor Japanese
brutally dono to death by his
countrymen. Tho riot of latoly
arrived Chiuose laborers on Knuai
on I'ridny lust was just as seri
ous as the Maui one. Loc-,1 cor
respondents of ceituiu S;:. 1'i'in
oiseo papers, however, fain ieotwl
a tremendous excitement in Ho
nolulu and the couutiv. They
mixed tho immigration nutter
here with tho labor squabble on
Maui, spiciug tho moss of misin-
torniotiou witn silly rumors
such as that of the making of
strategic plans of Maui by u Jap
in tho guise of a missionary.
While the Jupaneso question in
thoso islands has different phases
of serious import, it will do no
good to tho intorests of Hawaii to
have fulso stutoments sent abroad.
Somo of tho authors of sBnsatiou
al correspondence .from Ho
nnlulu regarding the Japanese
have shown pitiful iiMioiunco of
tho actual situation, writing into
tho treaty and tho labor couvou
tion provisions thathavo no exist
ence, and their elucidation of the
general Alien Act aro equally
misinforming. Thus fur there is
not a scintilla of evidence, corrob
orated by any authority, that a
display of naval force here has
beon requested of the Japaueso
Government by its representative
iu Honolulu. The Hawaiian Guv
erumunt is employing simply the
Alien Act applicable equally to
pooplo of nil nationalities except
ing tho Chiueso against whom
alono there is special restriction
of admission and rcsidonco to
prevent tho islands from being
completely ovorwholmod by hordes
of Japanese whom immigration
compauies for their own Bolfish
purposes aro tryiug to ruu in by
shiploads nnd, iu many cases,
spirit of the iinmigratiou laws of
At lUiiiiin .Sqimn-.
Professor Uorger has atrnnged
tho following progrnm for tho
concert lo bo given at Emma
squnro this evening by tho Gov
Mum h-Mli rty lli-ll 8om
Overture William Till Itulnl
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1UI1 tiolo: Mr II lii-tum.
(i rand i kctlun M.irltaiu Wallace
Cornit Duet Sliurl nml dwtit (ik-h)....
Clmrlex Kreutt-r nml W It .jK-lt.
l'atrol-TiirklHli (l,y mim-el) Mlcluela
Waltz The AiitfcVn llieam (new)...,
Mrillej-ltut Hot llejer
It has been discovered that most
'precious stonos, such as tho ruby,
the sapphire and the emerald, cau
be readily told from their imi
tations by means of tho Roentgen
T1IK KWfAl TltOI'HI.i:.
TIip 'mi- of tlm Allnlr Arritrillnx lo
Deputy Marshal Hitchcock has
received from Shoriff Corter of
Kauai a report on tho troublo
with tho Ohinose at Lihuo, which
is different in somo respects from
Acording to Shoriff Cattcr tho
troublo originated in this way.
Somotimo ago a Chinese laborer
was nrrostod on tho plantation
and charged with a minor offense.
Ho was found guilty, but in enter
ing up tho judgment against him
the District Magistrate made
a mistake, sentencing tho
man' for an offenso other than thnt
of which ho had been found guilty.
Tho Chinaman's lawyer took ad
vautago of this nnd had the man
up holme Circuit Judge Hardy
wn a writ of habeas cm pus, which
resulted in his discharge. Lin?
(Jhineno then became imbued
with the idi a that they could do
nbout as they ploHc:l and tho
lawyer would get thorn out of any
trouble they might gut into.
On Friday moiiiing nbout
twenty of them set upon
ouo of the luniiH and boat
him badly. The rioters wore all
, rmd' ...it, cillbg ftbout hvo fcot
long nud two inches thick, and
some of them had knives nnd
hafWiets and ouo an am The
luna called for help, several other
lunas roBpoudod aud a froo fight
onsued. During tho meleo some
one tired n pistol into the ground
but this having no effect a socond
shot vns tired right into the crowd.
One Chinese fell In tho ground
nhut in the left -ide, nbout three
inches below tho heart, and will
likely die. At thiH juncture eight
uf the police arrived uudor Depu
ty Sheriff Coney. They ruado
short work of the rioters with
their clubs and succeeded iu
lauding eighteen of tho ringlead
ers in jail. They will bo tried on
Tho Deputy Marshnl says this
gang of Chinese is the same that
gave so much troublo about a yoar
ago, when ho went over to Kauai
to pluce Shoriff Carter in posses
sion of his office. At that time
thoro was a riot and about ninety
Chinese were jailed.
Itrli-f on I'.'iullJ Al'l"'"1 -''"'"""""
In 'lulti' Tcatlmuiij.
In ro guardianship of J. D. nud
J. It. Holt n motion was mado bo
foro Judge Perry, on behalf of
respondents, to vacate order
appointing temporary guardian.
On motion ot potitionois tho mat
ter was continued till tomorrow.
A. Rosa for petitioned; V. 11.
Castle and C. Croighton for res
Jiulgo Perry has ordered a
commiusiou to issue to Gaulnor
K. Wilder for taking the testimo
ny of V. AV. Goodnln ralativo to
tho estato of tho lato Warron
Kinney fe Dnllou, uttomoys for
plaintiffs, havo filed n brief on
their nppoal from the Circuit
Judgo's decision dismissing tho
bill in equity of Peter High k Co.
against I'rnucis Dunn und E. H.
P. Voltor. Iu it thoy olaim that
tho bill was improperly dismissed
us to Dunn, tho plaintiffs have not
a plain and adequato remedy nt
law, and tho cases followed by tho
Circuit Judge are wrong in prin
ciple. Ji:.!bC P.v-y g;--.-1 i11: -o.O.
Porter the portioned leave to nue
if. A. King, receiver of John K.
Sumnor's estate. C. Brown for
Defendants to tho ejectment suit
of Priscilla It. Hassinger, Henri
etta 13. Koss aud AunioII. Ttirton
vs. Heloii B. K'uiH, William C.
King nnd INbnuaii lit own havo
.filed uu nubwei in tho nature of a
Noti: 'Pins Dimities, LI yds
81.00; printed ducks, 11 yds SL.0U;
whito cottons, 21 yds 81.00; brown
cottons, 23 yd SI. 00; 81 inch
bleached sheetmg 15c; 00 inch
bleached bheeting 20c. All last
season's dress goods 10c; whito
dres goods 10 yds 81.00; bed
spreads 50c, 75c and 81.00; men's
straw hats at 25c, formorly 81.00,
81.25 and 81.50; table liiiou, 3 yds
Sl.00; dotted swiss, 9 yds 81.00;
PAMVKr.ii cottous, 11 yds 81.00; 45
inch pillow casing, 10 yds $1.00;
laoo curtains, fiOc, 75o aud 81 00
tho pair, by tho yard lOo; lino
draperies, 10 yds 81.00; damask
napkins, 75o por do,; Uannelettes,
20 yds 81.00; innudintuB,
J. T. WATERHOUSE
Tho "Australia." takes away
orders (or delicacies which wc
have introduced to tho Hono
lulu public and which find
places on tho tables of tho
epicures of Honolulu.
Tinned Goods, ,inatiy of them,
but they are prepared so capi
tally that they surpass oven
the fresh goods. The domand
for these special lines' is grow
ing mainly beeauso of tho euro
tnkon in tho factories where
they are put up. The material
is carefully selected and only
tiio best is sent to Honolulu.
Wo havo now on our shelves
and ready for delivery the
Epicurean Brand Vienna Sau
sage, Shrimps with Tomatoes,
Baked Beans with Tomatoes,
Lobster and Lunch Oysters;
for tho table no better goods
have ever been brought to tho
We havo also a superior
quality of Ground Chocolate
and Schilling's Best Teas and
Spices; Criekers and Fancy
Telephone orders for these
goods will havo immediate at
tention. Our wagon is always'
on tho go for tho accommoda
tion of our customers.
J. T. WATERHOUSE
Each day adds a number of
members to our popular
Club one and two drow last
Saturday. Club three is rapid
ly filling up. Tho samo en
thusiasm ns of old exists, all
classes aro nnxious to joiu, be
cause it is a cloar saving of
You Throw Away
Bolides another vital point
adds to tho popularity, and that
is that wo do not mnko it
obligntory to tuko n wntch, but
allow you to select any ono or
moro nrticles iu the storo, no
matter in what lino. Could
anything bo fairor to you?
Wo wuut to say right hore,
thnt wo will back up any nud
ovory nrtiolo soloctod in our
club with tho same full and
compluto guarantee which goes
with ovory piece of goods sold
iu tho store. You take no risk
whatever. Wo take it all.
NOTARY PUBLIC anil TYPEWRITER
OmcKi 203 Merchant street, CaianMl
Block rear ot J, O. Outcr'n ofllce. I'. O,
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MIC lYIdEiUldUlUIIIIU TldMI&SS UU. , '
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OUJR SPJE01A.JLTY" IS
Fine Handmade Hamsss, JStc
S3 Wo keep in stock and sell no goods except
OUK OWN MANUFACTURE.
THE NATIONAL FEED BOX
is a perfect device for slnw
feeding in the stables or on
the road and is a boon both
to the horse and his owner.
It is the best device vet in
vented for feeding all kinds of
grain, chopped food, bran
mash, water or medicine.
It is made of steel, practical
ly indestructible. The follow
er slides on a malleable iron
rod, riveted to the box, our
latest invention. Finely gal
vanized. Easily Cleaned. Pure
and Odorless. Light and Port
able. The only box for cam
paigning. Used and approved
by owners and drivers of the
fastest horses in the 'world.
Especially adapted to the use
of fire and police departments,
stock farms, and public and
Owners and drivers of horses
entered for the 11th of June
races should see that their
animals are provided with
these fe'ed boxes. They will
be sure winners if they do.
Belting men should not invest
a dollar on a horse that has
not. been fed from the Nation
al Feed Box. They will be
sure losers if they do.
Horsemen generally and
every man, woman or child
who owns a horse is invited
to call and see them-at
Hawaiian Hardware Co.
NO. 307 FORT STREET,
Opposite Sprockels' Bank.
Election of Officers.
At the Annual Meeting of the Ha
walinu Collet, ami Tea Company held
April IU, 1807, the following OiIIcth
were eltcteil to erve during Hie com
F. J. Lowrey Vice-Pre-ldmit
F- A. delimiter Titiisurer
W. W Hall Becrutury
II. 1 I.HWiu Auditor
The above Olllcers constitute the
Board of Muuurtj.
W. W. HALL,
Notice Is hereby Rlvon thnt nil ho
eoiiotndue tho umlerolgneil nf FOUR
MONTHS or longer staiulliii; will tie
pluci'd Iu the IihihIh nf oiirHttnrneyB
foi collection, unksH Immediate net
Dement U made
HAWAIIAN HAHOWAUN CO.
J. J. COUGHLIN.
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P. O. Boa!i2,fA '
Iu the Circuit Court of r
the First Circuit, Hwnll- i BTAM'S
an IhIuihIh. Juiiuh J. JJvrno vh. John
Allen, H. Allen ntnlntliern, nt Cham
bem. The Repuollo of Hawaii: To
the Marshal or tlm Htiwniluii Il uula,
or hlit Deputy, Greeting: Y.-u ure
hereby couiiiw.inlHd ui fiiiiiiikh. Juhu
Allen, Henry Allen, Ueiry Rhodes.
W. 11. Lambert. A. F.ek, 11. F DU
lliighaai oii.t Oilii ltmiiiiiii) & iind
Co. in appear ien diM mier mtvIco
hereof, If n e rnlde oa the l.sli.nrt of
Oahji, oiln-rwiH twenty day ufter
fervlee, before mieli JiHse of the Cir
cuit Couit i( tbt Fhst Cnt-ti;. a.- -.lmll
lio.xlitlug in Clinmoeis In the ;ourt
Itootu, at Hoiiotulti, in ilieJudlulnry
UulldiUK. lo answer the aniiexedbiil
of Jumes J. Byrne. Aud you a. a fur
ther commanded, by order nfthi: Hon.
A. W. Cartor, IhI Judge of tiio Circuit
Court of the 1st Circuit, that pnice-ia
besorvi-d iitmii W. a fi., ...... i....
for and on bulialf of A. Feck aud thiit
a temporary liijiimalon issue a prayed
for against tho Oahu Railroad &. Land
Company, A. Feek, his Attorneys,
Agents and Factors, and btiv you
then there this Writ, with your re
seal .Wltnoii, the First Judge
seal j0, CJmilt 0oUrtof tje
First Circuit, at Houolulu, this 27th
day of July, 18D0.
(Sig) GEORGE LUCAS,
I 1100, Civil Code. Tho time with
in whluh an net Is to be doue,
snail be computed by excluding the
first day and includlm; the last. If
tho last day be Sunday, It shall be
I certify tho foregoing to be a true
copy of tlio original summons In said
cause, and that said Court ordered that
servlcu bo made ii on cald non resi
dent defendant, A. Ftek, by publica
tion of the eaine nnd coutluuu co of
said cause until the ilSth day nf June,
lb'J7, at 10 o'clock lu the forenoon.
Honolulu, H I., Mnruli 10. 1S07.
J. A. THOMPSON, .
In Suitings for
A Perfect Fit Guaranteed.
142 iPort Street.
ty TELEPHONE 91i J&
Notlco Is horoby given that the fol-
1nullitr nclrni line. ImnH In. ...,. I
lu the Goveiumeut Pound ut Jdaklkl,
X1UUOIU1U, viz. :
1 Bay Maro, no brand, whito strip
on tlm fnrlipiLil pvtAmlliKf tn th.i n....
right hlud fool white, two fore feet
uiauK, ten ninu loot DiauK aud tho
mane cut as also the tall, all four feet
And if Biich estuiy is not claimed
and all pound churgpp satUMed on or
before SATURDAY, April LM, 1897, at
12 o'clouk noon, the same will be sold
on that date nud hour to flu hi chest
bidder. K. KEIUTENh;,
, , Poundmaster.
Honolulu, H. I., April 9, 1607.
Tho Annual Meeting of the Aloha
Collee Company. Limited, will take
llucaattliH Residence of Mr. E. Peck,
on Saturday, April ill, 1S')7, at 4
o'clock p. m. S. tj. PRUK,
if . . ... Secretary.
Honolulu, April lo, ibu 68I-2w
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