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Holders of water privilege, or thoeo
palng water rntes, are hereby noti
fied tlmt the liouw for Irrlgntlou pur
poses are from 6 to 8 o'olock A. m. ami
from 4 to 6 o'clock i. m.
Hupt. Honolulu Water Works.
Approval! J. A. KtNO, Minister of
Honolulu, H. I., April 0, lb97.
3f? E)2T)T) Bulletii?,
DANIEL. LOGAN, Editor.
FIUDAY, APRIL 30, 1897.
What our Sim Francisco namo
sako tha Bulletin lulviseK Ha
waiian planters to do, in tho mrtt
tei of labor, it may be assured
many of thorn liavo boon striving
for a long time past to find tho
bot means of accomplishing.
Different measures to that end are
oither iu operation now or pre
mised of inauguration forthwith
upon several of tho largest sugar
planting estates. Whilo such
measures do not involve tho ex
pulsion of any class or raco
wholesale, which would be simply
impossible ns wull as groat injus
tice, yet they do contemplate tho
abandonment of the contract labor
Evidently the Canadian - Aus
tralian Lino owners mean to pro
vide a transpacific service second
to uono. According to news pre
viously givou in this papor they
are negotiating to havo a now
steamship built, tho fastest erer
put together at Wullsond, a noted
shipbuilding placo in Euglaud,
besides tho large steamship made
us good as new for tho route, now
on the way out. All rivals will, it
is to bo hoped, emulate tho exam
ple until travel on the Pacific will
be aa luxurious and pleasurablo
as travel on the Atlantic.
Country papers iu tho United
States ofteu mirror public senti
mout moro accurately than tho
big metiopolitan sheets, directed
as tho lattor mostly are from tho
counting rooms. It is significant
that of all the expressions upou
Hawaiian annexation in tho coun
try press of California, which
havo thus far boon boon here,
scarcely any aro in opposition to
Ducertiiliili mill n OrCululj.
Tho nttention of tho public is
now fully occupied and diverted
in tho consideration and discus
sion of several important current
and prospective happenings. Au
uexatiou, us yet unsocuro, Re
ciprocity threatened; tho coming
of tho Nauiwa, and her mission
after arrival; tho outcome of tho
war betwoen Qreoco and Turkey
and, whether or no, all Europe
will eventually beoomo involved;
tho sottlomont of tho quarantine
squabblo aro all themes of much
conjecture and uncertainty, and
wlnlo opinions are freely offered,
none cau accurately foretell the
outcome of any of these matters.
Nuveitholess, it is becoming more
apparent, as each day passes, that
Buff'ilo and Hoffbrau aro tho
fnvorito brows, and it ia gratify
ing that assuranco is given that
regular shipments of tlreso wholo
fouw and- btreugtheniug hover
'ages cau bo depended upou, and
that thay will, ns heretofore, bo
disponsqd at tho Royal, Pacific
and Cosmopolitan Saloons, and
that tho interchangeable check
system is an established fact.
Stockholders in sugar companies
aro wearing smiling faces today.
Dividends havo beoou declared by
tho following companios: Hono
mu, 3 por cont; Wniluku, 3 per
cent; Iionokaa, 5 per cont; Ewa,
5 per cent, nnd Pacific Sugar Mill,
5 per cent. Paia paid a 1
por cont dividend a fow ' days
ago ond Makaweli is oxpected to
declare one next week.
OllACIC SHOTS IN 1VAK
Tliln in JfjiU tnr Hip Nhnrpnlinotcr
Company or Honolulu.
Many people assert that crack
shots nro not of the slightest value
in war, becauso they find raon on
tho movo very difforont to hit com
pared with targets. This may or
may not bo (says the "Regi
mout"), but thoro nro many in
stances iu which a crack Bhot, by
his infallible aim, has boon known
to save tho lives of his follow
countrymon. A romarkablo caso
occurred during tho Indian Muti
ny nt tho siego of Lucknow. Tho
robots woro ondeavoring to mount
two 18 -pounders which thoy had
hauled up on tho flat roof of one
of tho palacos surrounding tho
Residency. If those guns woro
mounted thoy would onablo tho
Sopoys to pour down a hpavy liro
into the English defenders of the
Residency. Sergeant llalliwell
n-us tho man for tho occasion. Ho
bolouged to tho 32nd Foot, and
was a cracic snot, uoing given
tho best rifle that could be found,
ho was told to pi event tho
ononiy from mounting tho
guns. With tho pluck and steadi
ness of a bravo man, ho took up
his position bohiud somo battered
down mosonry that had been des
troyed by tho Sopoys' firp, and
behind which thoro was only cov
or onough for him to lie at full
length. Ho remained in that posi
tion for sovoral days, not being
ablo to stand up or kneel, for if
ho had dono so instant death
would havo been his reward. His
only ohango was to roll over from
his back to his stomach. His oyes
woro evor on tho dismounted guns,
aud when tho Sepoys attorn ptod to
mount thorn his unerring nllo play
ed havoc among tho men. Food was
brought to him at night by men
crawling on their hands and
knees. After somo time a
sortie wae rnado, tho Sopoys
repulsed, and tho placo blown up.
For this pieco of heroism, Ser
geant Halliwoll rocoived tho Vic
toria Cross. Another sttiking in
stance was that performed by
Hercules Ross, who was at one
timo tho .crack shot of India, dur
ing tho same mutiny. A largo
body of rebels was expected to
cross tho River Gongra, at a cer
tain ford, and it was necessary
that they should bo kept at bay
uutil tho women and wounded
could bo moved from a station
close by. Ross had a pit dug on
the bauk of the river commanding
the fort. Horo ho planted him
solf, with four attendants to load
his dozen riilos for him. The
onemy arrived, nnd pro
pared to cross the swollen
ford in a large boat. Ross,
with unerring aim', shot down tho
rowers as the boat put out. Again
aud again didi fresh set of row
ers man tho boat, but at each out
set tho men suffered the 'nine fato
as their comrndos. After three
hours of this work, some English
troops arrived, bringing with them
three guns, and the Sepoys, bullied,
retired. Thoso aro but two in
stances, but thoy aro onough to
illustrate the utility of tho crack
shot when necessity presses.
Itlrilter Under Intettlgnllnu.
It is rumored that a man con
victed of an infamous orimo out
side tho jurisdiction of this Uo
public has boon turned loose in
Honolulu. His presonco, if tho
rumor is correct, is in violation of
various alien laws of tho couutiy.
Marshal Brown has tho mutter in
hutul, nnd doubtless will soon ar
rive nt tho truth of tho matter.
Should tho caso prove as rumored
it may beoomo a subject of diplo
Building aqd Loan iociafcion
The Roguhir Monthly Mooting
will bo hold nt tho Ohnmbor of
0 niiinerco on MONI) VY EVEN
ING, May 3, 1897, at 7:.'K)
K5C Payments nra icquirod in
A. V. GEAR,
Card of Thanks.
The family of the late Samuel Eav
Ide wUli (o ex tires their sincere
thanks to the many friends anil "111
cera and members of the I. O. O F.
lodges for their beuutlful Moral offer
IngH uud other kliiliiesnea bestowed
during their lato bereavement. 51)8-H
EVENING BULLETIN, APRIL
inrw x fvtnti
nr.vit.w ov i.sr vr.Ait.
Continued from Ul J'mjc.
oral BOcretary,was from a Stato in
tho heart of the Y. M. 0. A. Gold,
and ho asked that tho pooplo of
Honolulu rally round him, and
rnako tho association hotter than it
had over beon boforo. Mr. Wood
read tho following list of commit
tees: Dovotionnl: C B Riploy, chair
mau; E Farmer, P H Dodge, A A
Hobson, Dr J M Whitnoy, E
Bonner, J A Butterfiold, M T
Bluvomo, W L Flotchor aud XT
man; II F Wiohman, J Q Wood,
0 Hedomau and Wrny Taylor.
Education : W F Frear, chair
man; JLDumnSjDrC M Hydo,
T J Peufiold uud Mr Colestou.
Recoption and Welcome: 0 N
.Rose, chairman; Mr Rico, E Bon
ner, 0 11 Tracy, O H Walker, R
W Shinglo, W W Harris, George
Howard aud Dr C B High.
Teniperunco: G P Castlo, Lylo
Dickey aud W R Farrmgtou.
Physical Departmont: B
Beardmorc, D F Thrum, W J
Forbes aud Dr B F Burgess.
Visitation and Shipping: M T
Iiluxorao, chairman; others not
Junior Departmont: AV A
Bowon, chairman, F J Lowroy
and W J Forbes.
Employment: Honry Wnter
house, B F Dillingham and J B
Finnnco: F J Lowroy, J B
Atherton and E A Jonos.
Mr. Wood said tho Association
Journal had not beon published
tho pnst year. It would probably
bo revived this year, with Mr.
Colomau ns editor aud Edwin
Farmor and B. F. Bcardmoro as
sistants. After another selection by tho
Puuahou orchestra, ico oroam aud
cuko wero sorved. Thou, upon
invitation, tho audience assembled
in tho several outlooks upon tho
gymnasium, to boo a game of
handball between Dr. Burgess
and Mr. Scanlon. In places 'tho
gamo was lively and tho players
wero applauded. It rosulted in a
victory for Mr. Scanlon by ascoro
of 21 to 11.
A Maaquorado Rail, uudor tho
auspices of tho Sociodado LuBita
na Bonoiicinnto do Hawaii, in aid
of the sutrerors by tho Hood in
Madeira and Azores Islands, will
tako placo on Saturday, May 1, at
8 p. m., ut Lusitana hall, Alapai
Prizes will bo given to the Best
Dressed nnd tho Most Original
Tickets for admission, 75 cents,
nt Messrs. Wall Nichols tfc Co.
aud Hobron Drug Co. Also at
the doors on tho evening of tho
Sterling, tho painter, is pro
pared to quote prices on roof
painting. Ho uses a composition of
coal tar and coniont. Cheapest
and best roof preparation in Ho
nolulu. Opera House.
Positively Two Nights Only!
Saturday, May 1st, and
Tuesday, May 4th.
AN EVENING WITH
VCr. puan Lincoln
His Second Tour of tho World.
Original Humorous, Melo
tainment. Consisting of Mualcal Travesties and
(STllraerved Keats on Mile at Wall,
Nlcholi Co 'a. Jteaular Prices.
Notice is herehy given that all ao
countH due the undersigned of FOUR
MONTHS or longer Bluiidlug will be
nlaced Iu the liundn of our attorneys
for collection, unless Immediate set
tlement Ih made.
HAWAIIAN HAKDWAHE CO.
Cottage on Magazine street in good
order. Large grounds well planted
vtlth fruit aud ornamental trees. Ex
cellent honnerv, etc. Apply, tutu
phono either -05 or 808, to
601-tf JAMEd LYLE.
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A FEW NOVELTIES FOR
By the Australia we have
received some novelties in
Kitchen utensils whicch will
be appreciated by all Hono
lulu housekeepers on sight.
The Champion Roaster
is handy, convenient and cheap.
It is a portable oven designed
to be placed on top of an or
dinary cooking stove. It will
bake anything in the shape of
fish, flesh or fowl and for
cooking cake it is unequalled.
It can be moved about while
the cooking is going on and
the heat regulated to a nicety.
They cost just an even 2.0.
Stroud's Self Basting
Pan is another useful novelty.
It consists of an enameled dish
or cooking pan which sets in
side another in which the hot
water is held. It can be used
inside an oven or on top of
the stove. Its price is M.JO
Telescope Coffee Pots
we have advertised before and
their merits are known. They
are absolutely the best in use
and that is saying a good deal.
We have a fresh supply of
them on hand in several sizes.
We have also received by
this steamer a fresh invoice of
the Blue Flaaie Oil Stoves
in two sizes, either three or
four burners, which we are
selling now at 22 and $2$
Hawaiian Hardware Co.
NO. 307 EORT STREET,
Opposite Sprookels' Bank
DO YOU STILL HAVE
"Why, we hnvo as many cnlls
today for them as at any timo
sinco thoy wero first thought of.
And wo aro constantly adding
to thoir number.
havo beon made by us, and
each Buccooding ono is an irn
provomout on tho ono that went
Our latost iB a beauty most
peoplo think it tho bust wo havo
over produced, nnd a tray full
lasts just about a day. All
liuudu nro building them, how
ever, and thoro will be ono for
you in timo for this or any mail
that may follow.
Wo lio awako nights thiuking
of now designs, and each day
adds something now to our
More than Fifty
Universal Stoves $ Ranges!
The Best and tho Cheapest 1
Dandy Cook, No. 7, -t-7 inch Holes, Oven 1Gx17. Trice S 8 00
WiSTniN, No. 7, -1 7 inch Moles, Oven 10 Jxl7. " 15 00 ,
Pmzc IIanqi:, No. 7-18, 0-7 inch Iloles, Ovon 18x18 iuchos.
Prieo 23 00
Welcome Hanoi:, No. 7-18, 0-7 inch Holos, Oven 18x18 inchos.
Prico 27 00
Aiu'ollo IIanoe, No. 7-18, 0-7 inch Holes, Ovon 18x18 inches.
Prico 30 00
Sui'Eitn UNiVEitSAii Uanoe, No. 7-18, 0-7 inch Holes, Oven
18x18. Prico 35 00
FOlt SALE BY THE
Pacific Hardware Co., Ltd
sinc utAictr uvtur &
rue Bunun KMUfPivowJ.vft L-
TO THE OATS BE1NS Rami l.
STEAMED. THE ROASTItfGS
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V6 tfyf4&Z3Z (&UFORNIAST.IOT cRJSf
A FEW OF ODIt MANY
WHICH MAY HE FOUND IN ODIt
LAKQE AND YA1UED STOCK:
Bnti'' Automatic Steel Numbcilni; M
clilne, repents duplicates anil uumbirs con
B.cuUvcly from I tu 100,OOU. Host In the
Sntcty Document Vile, enameled metal
rnsc. stou; miinllla pockets, lock and Key,
suitable Tor ollku or fiome uc.
Vlctwr brand of Typewriter ltlbbons for
all make of machines. Acknowledged the
superior of all others. Try them once, and
you will use no other.
Reclua Music Boxes, best In tha world,
plujsjour on n silectlou of music. Over
1(XM tunes to select from.
Olllco FIIIuk Devices I Agency for Shannon
and National 1'llcs ofall klLds.
Sjmphony Orp;ans; superior and Improved
over the old stjlo Aeolian. A child can play
It. Any class of music, over 50UU selections
of music now ready.
Wo manufacture all Btles of Rubber
Stamps, Da 1 1 ni; Stamps, I'old and Received
Stamps. No need to send out of tho country
for tills class of work. We do It at Coast
American Whist Lcaeue, and Trophy
Whist l'Ujing Cards, best make, try them.
lilank Hooks, all styles and prices. Patent
Hat opening books uluajs In block. Largest
Mirlely to gcU.it from. Prices lowest.
Royal Planoi, best low priced Instrument
undo. Eivy terms, ",() down HO month,
fully guaranteed. Also agent fur the cele
brated Vose A: Sons and Kingsbury Pianos.
Agency for the sale of tho Hammond Type
u ilttr, Frunkhn and llrooks Ijpcurlters,
Improved models, three of u kind, all lslhlo
v, rlters. Why not buy au up to dutu ma
chluu and savi) time.
llasebull nnd Athletic goods, Tennis, Golf
and (l.Miiuaxlum Supplies. Largest stuck
and lowest prices,
Books nnd Novels, over 5000 Novels to
select from. Latest Issues received each mall
from the Coast.
Guitars, Banjos, Antohnrps, Aceordeons,
Mandolines, Zithers, Flutes. Piccolos, Cor
nets, uud Hand Instruments of all kinds.
Headquarters for Hawaiian Ukuleles and
Tarb-putch Uultars. Sheet Music aud Music
Wo solicit out of town tiado, correspond
ence invited. Careful attention to tilling uud
pacKing cpuniry omcrs.
Subscription received for any Newspaper
or Magazine published. Authorized Agents
for the San Frauclsco Daily Cull, Chronicle
or Examiner. Only tl per month, delivered
uny where ou tbu Islands.
R7 Many lines of goods which we carry
are omitted iu this adv. for want of space.
Inspection of goods and prices Invited.
WALL, NICHOLS CO.
Cream ! Cream !
In Pint nnd HttK Pint
Lewis & Co.'s
1ST Telephone 240. . f97 tf
House and Lot Por Sale.
On Young stroet, In the rear of the
Parker ground, n Lot50xl50 with Neat
Four-roomed Cotluiie thereon, bttth.
kitchen ami pantry. Apply to
595 lw CHAB. HUBTAOE.JH.
ovor both to
logs not too
long or short;
That's how wo fit.
9 Hotel Street
Wo Make Shirts lo Order.
Special JSTotice !
PLAIN AND FANOY
JAPANESE JUTE RUGS,
FIDO AhBoittnetit of
Linen and Grass Cloth
Handkerchiefs, Dollies, Te.i Cloths, Table
Covers, lied spreads and l'lllow Shams.
E. W. JORDAN.
Annual Lawn Party
At W. El Caatle'R Residence,
cor, Victoria aud Klnau sts.,
Next Saturday Afternoon,
From 3 to 0 o'olock.
Refreshment, Tea, Soda Water,
Flowers, Fancy Articles, Candy.
.... AND . ..
By w. h. biokahd.
Earl Spknoek, B. C,
Duko Spencer, Sally
Lou Spenobu, B. lT.,by Duke
Spencer, "Boll" dam.
Duke Spencer was sired by
tho Duko of Norfolk, and Lou
Spencer dam; and Bell was
sired by General Longstreot,
T-The8e Thoroughbreds nre to bo
seen at tho Pun I heon Stable where n
lull pedigree will be given, 597lw
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