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EVENING DOLLETIN, A PHIL 20, 181)7.
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Uolilnrs of wAtnr prlvlU'ur, orlliri
pajluj? water Me; are hereby tiotl
n i '. -irs for Irrigation pur
poitM ore from C to S o'clock a. m. mid
from 4 In 0 o'clock v. M.
Hupt. UoimhiHi Wiiter Work.
App v ! J .. Krso, Minister of
Honolulu, If. I., April 0, lb7.
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31 Euei7ir75 Bulletin;,
DANIEL LOGAN. Editor.
MONDAY, Al'HIL 20, 1897.
Tlioro is n strong and even gen
eral belief among Uritisli resi
douln tlmt the form of tho perma
nent memorial of the Queen's
Diamond Jubilee is impracticable.
It i tuyt-d ilmt itu endowment
fund of ovl-h iw0,000 v.wiud yield
nu income Jar short of what would
k i ; it uu'.L.laiu a hojpilnl
for incurables. The establish
mout of a Victoria ward in connec
tion with tho Oitocu Emma hos
piK i v j he eiidourueut of ii
l)3'l iu tint iu'titutiouvs tho most
beliovod to bo capable of nccora
plishmt'tit ns a British undertak
ing 1'i't i f fhoip tiling would,
bes. Vb, b of moro bonclit to tho
uuiidhMs i.f tho Ibilish
colon,,. Tlii . ; .L -i i.pro&aid tho
same opinions on iho day of the
g)i)OK.l -meeting last weok, al
though it whs on record, and de
sires (.till to be, lis uuutiug to bee
a hospital for iunurablos. Such an
in-;f' '.! n 1 nV, howevor, botho
bin den ! nil nationalities and
cnunot bo tho exclusive glory of
any sin'e i no without a greater
price than may be hoped to be
forthcoming. ' It is to bo hoped
thf.t !. ; i ( 'on rill bo discusses!
at the mooting of tho executive
cowi "t- en tho colebration this
7en;n At 'he gonoral mooting
thorp w." a hesitancy on the part
of thoeo who did not bolicvo in
tho p'c po-.ol to speak their minds,
pait! Lec.UoG of hariug no other
deihnte sohomo beforo tho meet
ing and partly, aa was said
by some who woro upbraided for
not si akijg, boeanso 5 could
not talk fljjhinst 82500. Tho
BuLi.i'Tih has bi'comeuware, how
ever, thct the scheme rosolvod
upon him not the approval of eomo
of tho inon of meaus without
wboto eupputt it cannot bo ad
vanced to ti satisfactory issue.
At least there slnuld br morn dis
cussion Inf-ue a linal decision.
l'lim Slill'l MnIU.
A short time before Mr. Silva
dotciiiiinpd to close out tho Tem
ple of Fashion he placed an order
for 100 dozen shirt musts. Theso
goods have lately arrived and Mr.
Silva will sell them out at tho
usual reduction that is 25 per
cent discount on tho actual cost.
Ti.tt. v ij am the very latest
both in o'o-iyn and pattern, and
arc frenh from tho factory. They
range in pi ice from 25o to $1.50
and these figures are at least 75 per
cent below the usual retail prico.
A nill: tin will be given freo of
chiuo m) urten purchaser ot a
shirt v.;iist. This makes each
shirt wftist at least 25o cheaper
than tho prico quoted. ltoad
their ad. on papo 8.
Cliliiuiti.iu I'oiiikI Ilml
The dead body of Ah Yau, a Chi
nese vrpf tablo vendor, wca found
in Wailuku, Maui, at 5 o'clock
Saturday morning. It was dis
covei'd by Ned Krujjer lying by
the rade ot two I) .ksU tilh'd with
vegetables, on tho road below the
railway btutiou. Deputy Slieritf
Scott, on b' ing not Hi d, had tho
body removed to tho jail. Dr. E,
S. (Joodh no made a post in or to in
exniniuutiou and found that death
was caused by tho bursting of a
i blood votiuol noar tho Iioiut. Tho
dond C'hiijuinaii was about IJ0 years
of ago and had been peddling
vegetables around tho district for
. ovai i n yvuru.
in rur. Fours I.
I'nurlli AiinlTrrr f 'nrt 'inii'.
A. O. I'.
There was a great lime at Lusi
tana hrdl, Alapai streot, on Satur
day evening. It wuh tho colobra
tion ot tho fourth anniversary of
Court Camoos, Ancient Ordor of
Foroslors. Colored lanterns bord
orcd tho path to tho front en
trance. At tho door wns a largo
colored transparency with the
namo of tho lodgo and omblcnis
ot tho order. Tho outer walls wore
lined with palms, nml the verandas
screened with Hags.
Inside tho hall, which is ouo of
tho neatest assembly placos in
town, tho decorations woro olabor
ato and tasteful. Hopes of twist
ed groenery crisscroBsou each
othor in graceful festoons do
pouding from tho ceiliug. Flags
of Ilawaii, Portugal, Amorica,
Britain and othor countries, with
mariuo codo bunting, draped tho
walls with color, l'alms, feniB
and potted plants mado a sylvan
recess of tho platform, on the wall
behind which the Hawaiian,
American and Portuguese flags
wero assembled. In the midst of
a constellation of colored incan
descent electtiu lamps bordering
tho Portuguese national coat-of-arms
iq permanent fresco on tho
coiling, an arc lamp iu n crystal
globe shono liko tho sua and
ilooded the plaoo with light.
M. A. Gousalves, P. 0. 11., pro
sided and, aflor an ovorture by a
Hawaiian orchestra, introduced
J. F. Eckardt, District Deputy
High Cniof Eangor. Tho repre
sentative of tho High Court for
the diptrict referred to the orean
ization ot Court Canines four
years ajo by Thoma Lindsay,
predecessor of the speaker and
j the founder of the ordor on tho
Pacific Coast as well as in Ilawaii.
It had grown until it hus now a
membership ot 81. Tho ordor was
instituted 150 years ago in Eng
land. Thero are now almost 5)00,
000 Foresters in the world. The
order !m a footing in nearly ovory
country under God's sun. Its
principles if observed will uiako
ovory member a good citizen. Tho
ordor provides medical attendance
for its sick members. It also pays
a goodly funoral benefit. Thero
is an endowmontfnud, also, where
by a member may make provi
sion for his family after ho is gone.
Among tho mombors of the order
nro mon occupying the highest
stations in life as well as tho hum
blest laborers. In conclusion Mr.
ISckardt recommended tho order
to any young man whether be
longing to other benevolent socie
ties or not. He was heartily ap
plaudod as he sat down.
A. H. E. Vioira, after moro
music, read an address prepared
by A. V. Potora, tho presout Chief
Banger, who was unavoidably ab
sent. It gave comparative statis
tics of different orders, aud claim
ed a preponderance of Foresters
iu English speaking countries.
B. L. Finney gavo on exhibi
tion of club swinging, for which
ho was loudly recalled. A pleas
ing tiio of guitars was given by
tho Garcia brothors. Ice cream
and cako woro then served to tho
assembly iu their seats, there be
ing a large attendance of ladies of
tho families and social circles of
Souhor Cauavarro, Portuguosc
Chargo d'Affaires, was escorted to
a Boat on tho platform. Dr. Alva
rez, physician to the Court, was
present with Mrs. Alvaiez. Tho
mas Lindsay, fathor of tho ordor
on this side ot tho Bockios, Mr.
and Mrs. H. H. Williams and a
few othor friends wero among tho
Whilo tho light refreshments
mentioned wero being enjoyed bv
tho company, tho lodijo goat bo
deokod with gaudy ribbons was
led unwillingly into tho light. It
bleated in a most affecting man
ner nud was after a littlo conduct
ed to the refreshment room.
Dancing began about nine
o'clock and continued morrily for
three hours. Coileo and sub
stautial refreshments, togethor
with wine punch and aerated
drinks, wero served to tho com
pany, at their option, in tho hall
or at tables on tho vorauda. So
great was tho abundance of sup
plies, and tho commit too workod so
hard, that tho provision head
quarters Inokod liko tho beginning
rather than tho onding of a feast
whun thotimooamo for dispersing.
Mr. Williams was floor nianagor.
Tho Uiolo onturtaiiiinout was ar
ranged and conduced with much
ability, and tho committees iu
charge wuVo as follow;
Arrangements -V. E. hoe, M.
' A. I'oixotn, T. '. M. hn, Ounillo
Poroirn, J. P. Dins, A. F. boii.a.
lleception J. F. Eckardt, A.
O. Pestana, F. W. Wood, J. C.
I Qiiinn, A. II. II. Vioira.
Floor II. II. Williams, John
1 Mnohado, Dr. L. F. Alvarez.
rtiiNisTr.it rm japan.
!Ur. Milmiimiirn I'rcnila 111 Vrrilrn
Hula to Irrnlilriil Hole.
Mr. Shimamurn, promoted from
Dinlomatic A emit and Consul
General to Minister Besidout for
I Japan, on Saturday morning pre
sented tho credentials of his high
I or position to President Dolo.
I The Miuistor Besidout was accom
j paniod by Mr. Ilirai, secretary to
tho Legation. Ho was received
with the usual military guard of
honor, the Hawaiian baud furnish
I ing music including tho Japanese
I national authem. Major J. O.
Potter mot Minister Hliimamura
at tho fiout steps of the Executive
j bulling and conducted him to tho
entrance, whero ho was received
by S. M. Damon, Minister ot For
eign AfTaiid ad inlorim. Minister
Damon escorted him to tho As
souibly hall on the first lloor, and
thero presontod him to Presidont
Tho Minister in delivering his
credentials made a spooch, to
which tho Prosidont made a
reply. Tho speeches wore print
ed by authority in tho official
column ot Saturday' papor.
Tho original of the Emperor's
nutograph lottcr, in tho Japaueso
language, was enclosed in a beau
tiful silk caso embroidered with
gold decorations. An English
translation accompanying the do
cument was nicely engrossed.
President Dole wns attended by
Adjutant Goueral J. H. Sopor,
First Associate Justice "W. F.
Frear of the Supremo Court, and
Majors J. C. Potter aud Curtis P.
IanUea of tho President's 6laff.
Tho foregoing roport was writ
ton in timo for Saturday's issue,
but inadvertently omitted.
THE 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
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 fot 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 hoi ses
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 al
Hawaiian Hardware Co,
NO. 307 FORT STREET,
Opposite Spiockoltt' Bank.
This is a serious question,
one nt which some folks tako
ofibnsc, ycfc salesmen nro under
tho necessity of nskinp- it.
I Some folks deal near homo,
settlo infrequently, novcr in-
I vestigato to see whether they
pay more tlinn they should and
too often allow their accounts to
go long over duo. If you don't
' caro what tho family expenses
1 nro it's a jioor way to do if you
1 want to lenvo your children in
jnfllucnt circumstances when
I you nro gone. Now it is quito
j an advantage to have an open
account at a well-known house,
who can execute your ordor
promptly. Often persons say
tlioy don t want an account and
i will pay in a lew days. But
I wo cannot keep memoranda of
charges; it isn't safo or good
business. The stock found m
ordinary stores is usually stale,
uninviting and inferior, whilo
tho stock in our storo is turned
so frequently and so carefully
watched that it is at all times
fresh. Our stock in trade con
sists of the luxuries aud deli
cacies from every civilized na
tion. Send for our catalogue
and prices and note the variety
olTi'rcd. Telephone us 240.
Wo supply all nationalities.
LEWIS & CO., importers
and cxportors of tablo luxuries,
wholesalers and retailers con
tractors to tho U. S. Navy,
supplying U. S. and other na
tions' Men-of-war on the Paci
DKLIVEKIHS MADE AS FOLLOWS:
Nuuauu Valloy, Kalihl and Plains
inlly 10:30 A M aud 2:30 p.m.
Walkikl Mondays and Tliur-dnys
rSaT" Mail orders promptly
Lewis & Co.,
Each dny adds a numbor of
members to our popular
g uiuu uuu nuu inu uiuw inai
y Saturday. Club throo is rapid-
3 ly lining up. xno samo on
a thusiasm ns of old exists, nil
elnSROH nrn niivinnq in inin ln-
I cnupo it ib a clear saving of
1 The Dollar
You Throw Away
Bcsidos another vital point
adds to tho popularity, aud that
is that wo do not mako it
obligatory to tako a watch, but
allow you to select anv ono or
moro articles in the stoio, 110J
matter in wimt line. (Jould
anything bo fairor to you?
Vo want to eay right hero,
that wo will back up any and
ovory nrticlo solootod in our
club with tho camo full and
coinpbto guarantee which goes
with prory pieco of goods sold
iu the store. You tako no risk
wbatovor. Wo tako it all.
Universal Stoves Ranges!,;.
Tho r.:..L -rlC tho Ohoapost ! fe '
Dandy Cook, No. 7, 1-7 inch Holes, Oven 15x17. PriVo 88 07 c
AVr.HTr.iiN-, No. 7, t-7 inch Holes, Ovon IU .17. " 15 00 '
Piuzi: Hanoi:, No. 7-18, C-7 inch IIMei, Ovon 18x18 inches. f -f
I'rieo 23 00
Welcomu Hanoi:, No.7-18,G-7 inch Holes, Ovon 18x18 inches.
Prion - 27 00
AiTOM.o Hanoi:, No. 7rl8, G-7 iuch Holes, Ovon 18x18 inches.
l'Hce so 00
Sui'Eitii Univf.hhu. Hanoi:, No 7 18, fi-7 inch Holes, Oven
18x18. Prico 33 00
FOH SALE BY THE
Pacific Hardware Co., Ltd '
AVo have just received a lino
of GRA8S LINENS ofEX
TREMELY FINE QUAL
1TY nud aro safo iu saying
they aro the finest ever im
is much superior t' vll m
appearance aud lln.c is. ui,
comparison whntever iu tho
wear. We have thom in
White and Co!crs
over both to
legs not too
long or short;
That's how wo fit.
9 Hotel Street : : WaTeflej BlflCi
We Make Shirts to GHtor.
In the Circuit Court of f ., 1D1
the Klwt Oiieult, HhwhII t stamps J
an Inlands. Jnnii'H J HyniH vc. Jol.u
Alleu, H. Allen ntirtoil.u , at '"ipt
bers. Tho Renutdlc o( Uu.vail: Ij
the Marchal of tin Hiiwiilluii Island-,
or hlu Deputy, Qleeiinj;: Yon an
lieieliy conimmidid tu umtnoe John
Alleu, Ht-ury Allen, HnrvP'inf,;,
W. H. Lamliert. A. Ketk, H. K Dil
llugham aud 0hu Kail ton I A- Li-id
Co. to appear ten dnjs aiier cervlce
ht-reof, Ittiioy reside on the leland nt
Oiihu, othtTwIse twenty days nlier
service, before such Ju'gi n' t''e '!'
cult Court of the First Cireut' uj -hull
be Hitting nt Chambers In the Court
Room, at Honolulu, In thi ,,l"t"'w
Building, to answer tho annexed bill
of Junies J, Byrne. And you i m
ther commanded, by order of M't H"ji.
A. W. Carter, lut JudgH of the Circuit
Court of tho 1st Circuit, that procei-s
buservtd upou W. A. tvinney, Utj ,
for and on behalf of A. Ket ti and tuul
a temporary Injunction icsu i pryt d
fur ugahiai. uiu O ihu J; vllruud & L .ud
Company, A. Ftel;, Iiim Auoiuu)-,
Agents aud Fauiore. uml Imvj you
then thoro tills Writ, with your re
J svii Witness the First Judge
1 8'AIj of the Circuit Con t cl tho
First Circuit, at Honolulu, this 27lh
day of July, 18!K.
(6I) GEOKOE LUCAS,
i 1100, Civil Codo. Tho Hum with
In which an uct Is to bo done,
tlull be computed by excluding the
llrst day und Including the lu-t. if
tin- last day bo bmul.iy, it slmll be
I certify tho foregoing to he a true
copy of the original Niifiiuidiiti Iu ald
cause, and that said Court ordered thai
survive bo made uioii rnliii non resi
dent dufundaut, A. Fruk, by publica
tion of the tamo and coiitlmiitiifo of
said cuune until the l!8th day of Juno,
1807, at IU o'olook Iu tin, foreiiiiiiii.
Honolulu, JI I,, March II), 1 8117.
J. A. THOMl'riO.V,
Rvtning llullctir) 7Se per month.
IN ever Miss
If You Get Your Clothes
?aadoiros ft Decker's
Tho Hotel Street Tailors.
A Perfect Fit Gunranteod.
London and Lancashire Fire
Insurance Company of ,
(Stock Compaii), lucorporati-il 1601.)
Nordoalk Fire Insurance Com
pany of Norwalk, Con
necticut. (Stock Company, Incorporated IS59.)
ZJ3 A policy written by theabovo
company is dr.ubly neciire, as it repre-f-intJ
tvo of the large-t Fire Insurauco
Companies back of It,
Tho Hawaiian Safo Deposit &
Agents for the Hawaiian Islands.
101 fort Htrnot . noooluln
A Meeting of the Exccutivo
Committee will bo held at tho
Hawaiian Hotel THIS (Mon
day) EVENING, at 7:30
o'clock. A full attendance is
Honolulu, April 2G, 1897.
Lodge Le Progra do l'Oceanie, No. 124,
A. & A. S. Rite.
There will be a Regular Meetlug of
Ii. dgo Le I'rogipi de I'Ooeanle, No.
121, A. & A. 8. Rite, at their Hall,
F-ir t- f, u. ir II., t, THlrf (M.)U:
.liy) KVKNING, April 20, al 7:30
Members of Hawaiian and Paclflo
Lodges and all sojourning brethren
are iratorimlly Invited to attend.
By older of the W. M.
KD. A. WILLIAMS,
Notice Is hereby glvou that all ac
cniintH dun tho under'h'npd of FOUR
MONTHH or longer Miunllng will be
placed Iu the hands of our attorneys
for collection, miles Immediate set
tlement in inudu.
HAWAIIAN IIAKDWAKK CO.
On and after April W, Dm. Cooper
A Ituwiion I will oeoupy iho oIIIohh of
I)r Mcdrewon Uoiel utroet. Olllco
IniUM irimi H.MtnlOu , 1 ,ao t0 3
und 7 Id 8 p, 111, IVIephoue No. IS I.
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