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EVENING UUJLLETIN, AP11I1J U.'l, 1B!)7.
Salo of Government Lota on Taurstcn
Avenue, South Glopo Punchbowl
Hill, Honolulu, Oahu.
On TUESDAY, Mny 25, 1897,
nt 12 o'clock noon, nt tho front
eutrnuee of tho Executive Iluild
ing. will bo sold nt Puhlie Auo
lion Five Government Lots,
trfituato on tliu makai Hide of
Thurston uvenue, opposito the
residenco of Jl. D. Johnson and
ucnr Wilder avenue, South Slope
Punchbowl Hill, Honolulu, Oahu,
find numbered from 02C to (!2l.
Upset Price: Lot (120, 100;
Lot 021. S7.-.U; Lot 022, S7."j0; Lot
023,$50U; Lot 021.100.
TiieKe lots have n frontage of
100 to 120 feet on Thumton
nveiiue nnd depth of 175 to IJU0
t'eet according to location.
The conditioiiH of sale of theoo
Lots nro an follows:
One fourth of the purchases
Crice to be paid at the fall of the
ntnuier and tho balance in equal
payments in one, two mid three
yearn, with interest at tho rate of
ix per cent per annum.
Tho purchaser to join with the
-Minister of tho lutorior in an
.Agreement of sale, containing the
following conditions and stipula
1. Tho purchaser to have imme
diate right of possession.
2. To huild a residence on tho
pieniisesaiid to livo therein before
the expiration of three yearn from
date of Agreement.
.'. To pay taxes on the premises
from the (lute of the Agieeinent,
upon the full value theieof.
I. Tho agreement not assign
able. "). Purchase price may be paid
in full at any time during the
said three yesis, thereby stopping
0. At the expiration of three
years from the date of the agreo
meut, if the conditions of the
same him 1 1 have been performed,
w Land Patent shall be delivered
to the purchaser or his heirs.
.Map showing tho above lots
can bo seen at tho Interior De
partment, Honolulu, Oahu.
J. A. KING,
Minister of the Interior.
Interior Ollico, April 21, 18!7.
litigation Notice. .
Holder of water privlti-uin, or tliose
P'ljli)' -Autcr r.il-, lire licivljy notl
llil that the Ijnun fur Irrigation pur-po-et
um mm 0 to h o'ulook A. si. and
from 4 to r, o'clock i. m.
AN OKEW BROWN,
Siipt. Honolulu Wutor Works.
Appro veil- J. A. Ki.no, Milliliter of
Honolulu, II. I., April , lh!7.
Ohkioi; ok Hoaiumh- Hi.ai.th,
Hor.ol.ljl.ir, II. I., April 21, Ii!i7. f
At u iiK-etini; 'if Hi,- Ito'itil, lit-Iil this
(tine, William O. Smith, Kn , wan
hlfctfcii I'reililent of the Board of
Health, vice Henry K. Cooper, Rso
Ki'creinry of Hoard of Health.
3) Eueiji Bulletin,
DANIEL LOGAN. Editor.
VltlUAi, A Pill L ffll, 181(7.
THEN AND NOW.
Pending mime bittet reflections
upon the coiiibo of cor tain public
HiTuIrs in Ihu Advortisor recalls
tho time, not far remote, when
tho same purported medium of
publlo opinion was wont to abuse
trillion! licnnso any and all that
veil tin ml upon the least nriticism
of Ihu (lovernini'iil, or even of its
jurist ineousi-ijiiiiiitin! uudeiNlrap -pitrs,
If IIidki ii a basis of fact
today for thu ulntri. of "slai
oliamlmr" pnmlicoH, nnd tho inmi
AlidnrM of olllolal misdoings under
lilt IllllllOIICII llf lllipotlNIII, Wllllill
Wi'H pIJiUf riltU IOI III, Hie euils0
fxl In H HWtt eUmit In llin foiiiiei' I
mm of llsulfas JiimI Imllnnicil. J
It miimiH, ton, Unit a poilion of ,
IJ! pHlfryi) trlpjii lm A'tvnrtU'T
wh tlitjM wrvllwi iiinl iKifinlful
flitnlly at tljM MrguUr Juy of
mU tUvkUiHte',' hm 11j jiuhllu
Umttuijf Ijjto flu ijwu hnnUtmn
olllee safe, was a timo when there
was more need or an iudcpMideul
press in Hawaii than theie had
been for some time before or has
boon since. That was tho Adver
tiser's haymaking time, whop it
had a pull nvailiug to get its
then editor a salary in an
utterly useless labor commission.
Does tho Advortisor now, how
ever, not give awny tho solution of
its sudden transformation from
an automatic ollicnd organ into
an apparently highmiiided tribune
of the dear people, in tho follow
It may be "runniiiK the govern-
meut on business principles" to
manage it as a sugar plantation
is often run by tho manager and a
few directors, with uo personal
interest in political affairs taken
by the stockholders, so long as
some relative has a lucrative posi
tion, and no interruption occurs
in the regular flow of cash divi
dends. The Advertiser appears as oue
of tho stockholders who do lake
an interest in political affairs.
One of its near relatives its re
puted controlling ownor has a
lucrative position. Thus its
interest in public concerns
is quito oxplaiued by itself.
ouroiy tuoro is no con
nection, though, between tho acid
ulated perspiration of the Adver
User this cool morning mid the
charges of Dame Gossip implicat
ing the lucratively positioned rel
ativo iu making a farce of ,the
quarantine that unfortunately
cages his throbbing iiidi'peiisa
blenenet. If hucIi should ! the
case it is a pity in being a prema
ture display of pottisliness that
will do the relative in lucrative
position no good. For tho Hoard
of Health has investigated tho
charges in question, with the re
sult that the Hainan who made
them is to bo hanged to the gate
post from which he stole the yel
low Hag. That is between us the
independent press, the lucratively
relationed Advertiser aud the baid
A PROPER DELEGATE.
Mr. Damon will worthily rep
resent the Ooveriiment of Hawaii
at the Diamond Jubilee colohra
tion in London. Poing a broad
gauge man he will have a sym
pathy with tho unparalloled event
which will enable him to enjoy it
thoroughly. As an observant
man, and one with an eye to the
practical, the Minister of Finance
may alo be expected to more
than earn his expenses, iu obtain -ing
it rich store or new ideas
gathered both in the United
States und the United Kingdom.
Tho sea voyages outward
will give him leisure to per
fect his pinna for acquir
ing fresh knowhdge, while
those hoiuownrd will nvnil
similarly for arrungiug and digest
ing tho acquired facts,' marshaling
them into elloctivo array for
cOi.eini.s of ,i.lilii. ufid'i'n ,iUd im
provement at homo. In short,
Minister Damon's projected tour
abroad is just what he needs to
top off his many qualities of oili
ciont statesmanship. If ho bo able
to carry out his admirable fund
ing scheme, eithor in America or
Kuglaiid, that alone would bo a.
triumph to umko his famo as a
public man norpotual iulheau
mils of these Hawaiian Islands.
Diphtheria must bo guarded
agaim-t witlitivnn greater vig'liini'M
than is smallpox, Thoroiiyh saui
liiliou is tho only safeguard, This
must Inoluilo a rigid inspeution or
dniiius, as tlm genus take with
doudly kindness lo millc, Quiirini-
IliiM may bo ciirriuil too far. fimii
I'nislilmit )olii Ik to be congru
llilulml on iitliilnliig lolliu fifty -llilnl
mlnntnm In hM joiinu-y of
llt, HiijnyliiM kkoiI liwillli ninl mi
liuNtii tiiiimujiliM for fiililllnig
ll;w ilulkj of Ills lilli Dlllei). Tliu
Prcsidout by his unquestioned
ability and irreproachable char
acter holds (he personal respect
and esteem of the ptibliu at largo
without regard to political differ
euces. To have such a man nt its
head is mora important to a re
public than to other forms of gov-orntnout.
(Irlcki-t Jittrli InimirriiH.
Lieutenant Plunkott of the U.S.
gunboat Petrel is organising an
olevou from the threo Anioricau '
warships iu port to ploy a combi
nation team from H. P. M. B. '
Wild Swan and tho Honolulu I
Cricket Club tomorrow afternoon
I on tho old baseball uronuds at
luauiu. ino riniaiieipiiia nas
aboard quite a liumbor of excellent i
cricketers. It will bo romombor- j
ed that when she was hero last
there were some very exciting i
games, a corutai invitation is
extended to any one who would
like to see an interesting match,
mo team to represent tuo Brit -
ishors will bo selected from tho fol-
lowing: Capt. Napier, Lioutenout
Church, Lieutonaut Cole, Staff
Paymaster Ward.Dr.Mairiott and
Mr. Milligan of H. B. m. s. Wild
Swan, and Dr. Murray, A. R Hat-
hold, H. Vincent, II. Herbert, A.
M. Howett, Tom Lishman, J. H.
Catton, Jr., and Win. Thompson
representing tho homo toaiu.
H. Herbert, captain of tho H.
C. C, intimates lata this afternoon
a change of arrangements owing
to the departure of tho Petrel to
morrow, but there will bo a good
match got up anyway.
tlorr .Son Hi Sen 'nlinll.
" A chanco to be a millionaire"
is tho way the South Sea Island
Alining and Colonization Com
pany announces its plans to take
a shipload of adventurers to tho
Solomon islands. Captain Quintou
and Captain Alex McLean, who
styles himself "the irrpprossiblo,"
are at the head of the scheme.
Their plan is to charge tho colo
nists $100 each for a share in the
company. Eaoh share will entitlo
tho holder to a bunk in tho vessel
that is to sail for the South seas
with the two captains in command.
Tho old whaler Mermnid is tho
vessel that tho promoter' colony
propose to nnvifjato to the Solo
mons, but in their prospectus thoy
stylo her as the fast sailing clip
per bark and give on or nbout
May 1 as the sailing day. Tho
great object of the expedition, say
the promoters, is, on arriving at
tho islands, to erect a sawmill,
carry on ship-building, stock rais
ing and agriculture nnd also min
'lite Mlusitrr Lllrrnrj.
It John L. Sullivan gets no
reply to his challenge to Kitzsim-
inoiiB as a prize lightei ho ought
to challenge John J. JngallsaK
a ring reporter. A caroful com
parison of the recent writiugs of
each outs the Boston litterateur
several descriptive rounds ahead.
Nothing thai tho gontloman from
KnnsuM evor wrote quite compares
with Sullivan's tender passoges
about the inspiring iulluouco of
woman, as shown iu Pit.siiumons'
quick response to the advice of
his excited wife to "hit tho hound
in the ribs never miud his
S. P. Chtouiclo.
'I'll' Prrlilrm'n Church.
President Mcluuloj has select
ed tho Metropolitan as tho Presi
dent's church. Tho Metropolitan
was built by the Methodists of
tho country and not by the con
gregation. It is a national church.
When President Grant attended
the church a pew was set apart
for tho President of the llnited
Stales and tho sum of &0U0 con
tributed by n friend of tho church
to dedicate tho pow to the uso ot
tho President. It has also pews
set apart for tho Vice-President
and for tho Chief Justice of the
United HtatOH Supremo Court and
for Homo of the Stales and largo
Itmlir mill IIIhI,
Tim Viidis idstois, aoiiallhls,
worn continued favorites, Theso
(luring poi formers nightly ru
rmlvo diialeiiing applaiiMi for their
nxcnptloiiiilly nlnvor work perched
hlli above thu nmliiiui'u, und
even though (hoy ant now in their
llilllll week Ml (his house lliey
doiiiiiiiiimI as iilosii ntliiiillon ax
lliey illil on their opening night.
bttW Yolli lllllHlli) News,
Novwulwr II, IHUA.
TUB NATIONAL FEED BOX
is a perfect device for slow
feeding in the stables or on
the road and is a boon both
to the horse and his owner.
It is the best device yet in
vented for feeding all kinds of ,
grain, chopped food, bran
mash, water or medicine.
It is made of steel, practical-.
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-
' aU T,e onlv box fot cam-
1 . . , , , . ,
paignmg. U,sed and approved
by owners and drivers of the
(.1.f.sf i,nr(.c J Hi tm-M
ljStest l,0ri,eS m tlle WOrId'
Especially adapted to the use
0f fire and polJce departments,
, . t r , r . .. ,
Jiui-K iurni, ;uiu puunc aim
Owners and drivers of horses
entered for the 11th of June
races should see that their
animals are provided with
these feed boxes. They will
be sure winners if they do.
Betting 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 Spreckels' Bank.
Each day adds ft number
members to our populnr
Club ono nnd two drow Inst
Saturday. Club three is rapid
ly filling up. Tho samo en
thusiasm as of old exists, ull
classes are anxious to join, bo
cnuso it is a clear saving of
i The Dollar
You Throw Away
Besides unother vital point
adds to tho popularity, and thai
is that wo do not mnko it
Alt 1 l-datlt I lmln miilnli 11
wwiiiiiuij iu iiiuti u mm; n, uut j
allow you to select any one or
more articles in tho store, no j
matter iu what lino. Could ,
iiuyluuiK be fairer lo you?
Wo want to say right horo,
thai wo will back up any nnd
ovory article Belectod ' iu our
club with tho sauio full and
comploto (juiirantno which goes
with every piece of goods sold
in the store. You take no risk
whatever. Wo tuko it all.
Universal Stoves $ Ranges !
Tho JJcsL and tic C'lioapi'sl !
I).NDi Coon, No. 7. 1-7 inch Holes, Oven 11x17. Price (III
Wkhtkiin, No. 7, 1 7 inch Holes, Oven 10 .',xl7. " l."i lit)
Plitzr Hanoi:, No. 7 18, (5 7 inch Holes, Ovou 18x18 inches.
Price 2.') 00
Welcomi: Hanoi:, No. 7-18, 0-7 inch llolos, Ovon 18x18 inches.
Price 27 00
i Api'OTjLO Hanoi:, No. 7-18, 0-7 inch Holes, Ovon 18x18 inches.
j Price M 00
i SiPEitn Usiveiihai. It.Ni:, No. 7 18, 0 7 inch Holes, Oven
POP BALK JJY THE
Pacific Hardware Co., Ltd
This, is a ecrious question,
ono at which some folks tuke
oii'unsc, yot pulcainen arc under
the necessity of asking it.
Some folks deal near home,
settle infrequently, never in
vestigate to see whether they
pay more thun they should and
too often allow their accounts to
go long over due. If you don't
care what the family expenses
are it's a poor way to do if you
want to leave your children m
ntlluent circumstances when
you are gone. Now it is quito
an advantage to have an open
account at a w ell-known house,
who can execute your order
promptly. Often persons say
the' don't want an account and
will nay in a few days. But
we cannot keep memoranda of
charges; it isn t saio or good
business. The stock found in
ordinary stores is usually stale,
uninviting and inferior, while
the stock in our store is turned
so frequently and so carefully
watched that it is at all times
fresh. Our stock in trade con
sists of tho luxuries and deli
cacies from ovory civilized na
tion. Send for our catalogue
and prices and noto the varietv
offered. Telephone us 210.
We supply all nationalities.
LEWIS & CO., importers
aud exporters of table luxuries,
wholesaler and retailers, con
tractors to jihe U. S. Navy,
supplying U. S. and other na
tions' Men-of-war on tho Paci-"
iinuvniuns made as follows:
Xuuanu Vulley, ICalllil mni l'lulin
''"lly li):WlA si mid gum' t. m.
Walkiki Monilays aud Tliur-tlayn
tsgf Mail orders promptly
Lewis & Co.,
Wo havo just recoived a lino
of GI.AS8 LINENS ofEX
TIIEMELY FINE QUAL
ITY and aro Bafe iu saying
they aro the finest evor im
is much superior to silk in
appearance nnd thorn is no
comparison whatever iu tho
wear. Wo have ilium in
White and Colors
L 4. &&H
J. T. WATERHOUSE
IF M)U HAVE NOT IN
SPECTED OUK STOCK OF
Crockery, Garden Tools
THE LOSS IS YOl'TlS.
.Recent arrivals from Eii"--lantl
nnd the United States
have brought us everything
necessary for the kitchen and
dining r0( j tj1(, j;no of
Utensils, Crockery and Glass
ware. SETS ALL PRICES ,'
The quality of our goods can
not bo questioned.
Stock is Complete.
Wo haVo all kinds of Tools,
and Agricultural Implements
used on. the lawn or in the
garden. Competition among
the manufacturers and the ab
sence of trusts enables us to
sell at 125 percent less than
Lot's Have Tour Custom..
J.. T. WATERHOUSE
over both to
leH not too
long or short;
That's how wo fit.
9 Hotel Street
: Waycrlcy Black
Wo Mke Shirts to Order.
Notice U herehy lveu that all no-
m VvtI'i!? ,lm. ,,u,,-w,, t FOUR
MON rilri or loiiKcri.lmnlK will bo
HAWAIIAN II AltDWAUK CO.
Hvenina. IMUtin 7Sr jiV mth,