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Holders of water privileges, or those
paying water rates, are hereby uotl
lleil that tho hours for Irrigation pur
poeoa are from 0 to 8 o'clock a. m. and
from 4 to 0 o'olook i M.
Sutt. Honolulu Water Works.
Approved: J. A. Kino, Mlnlstirof
Honolulu, II. I., April 0, 1S07.
5! Euei)ip$ Bulletin
DANIEL LOGAN, Editor.
MONDAY, MAY 8, 18U7.
Hawaii bus hiul iiuito enough of
Labor Commission. sido show.
Thoro is a Hoard ot Immigration
iii the Government, to which all
business in that line belougs. Tlio
Labor CommiHsiou created by the
Provisional Government did
nothing boyonil making piinting
bills tor reports of absolutely no
value.- Its statistics' and othor in
formation cousutted of culliugs
from publio roports and answers
to inquiries by a few plantation
mnungerti. They, as tlio .Uui.lktin
pointed out, woro not to be com
pared in fulness with the then
latest report of the labor commit
too of tho Pinters' Labor and
Supply, Compauy. Tho whole
farce ouded in a disgraceful
ypcrumblo for publio fumls granted
fr)r tho expenses of tho commis
sion. lloiuiirk is made in American
papers of the success that has been
attained lately by corporations in
refunding their debtn at much
lower rates of interest than thoy
bad been paying. Tho Lako Shore
road is reported to have arruugeil
to pay off its old mortgago of about
Slo.OOO.foOO, drawing 7 per cent
interest, by negotiating a now loan
nt 3 J per cent. It would seem to
bo u good time now for Hawaii to
get .her refunding schomo put
Dr. Eastlako'a theory given
olsowboro, that tho Jnpaneso are
not Mongolians, agrees with a
claim the Jupuneso have been
making thomselvos all along.
Nevertheless, if they want tho
earth thoy will have to win it, and
thoy seem to have started out with
that oud in view.
full or i'us.
I'r.inU Lincoln Keep nil Anillrnco
I.BHhln .Neuily Inn llimro.
J?or nearly two hours Saturday
evening Frank Lincoln, tho
Atuorioau humorist, held a small
uudieuco in tho Opera Mouse
or.chainod in mirth. Beginning
with remarks on humor as exhi
bited in different nationalities,
ho in a miuuto bud ripples of
laughter started till over the
house. Ho put on tho pressure
gradually so as not to hurt tlio
people's sidos, and at the first
outburst of ipplnuso remarked,
' Wo are getting better acquaint
ed." Mr. Lincoln's mimicry of
grand opera, and tho opera nnd
conceit, hall singing of Ituliuu,
German and English vocalists
mudo the house ro.ir. Ho had to
boa muster of tho piano, as well
as a vocalist of high order, to
curry out tho diversion. Mr. Lin
coln never loft tho stngo a mo
inent, and hud no assistant. His
changes of counlenauou to suit a
varioty of characters, also not a
bad talent in vautriliiquidm, add
ed greatly to tho uiuuseinout.
Tho audienco woro kept laughing
tluoughout and, sorry when the
porformor said goodnight, they
wont homo laughing'. Mr. Lin
"coin will givo a change of sketches
tomorrow evening, his hist np
poaranco. All who rolish or who
need u good laugh ought not to
miss hearing and seeing him.
His entertainment is unobjection
able and without a rival for giving
unalloyed amusement from begin
. Monsarrat is about ngain,
though he still has a bad throut.
mmi i TiTT
ORIGIN OF THE JAPANESE
Ol'INlON or AN AJIMIIOAJC VIS
umst V1NITIJW no.tn:.
l'roor ol n Theory Hint llio MI-
kntto'n Sublet Ar Not
Among tho passongors on tho
steamer City of Peking, which ar
rived yostorday from tho Orient,
says tho San Praucisco Chronicle
of April 19, was Dr. P. W. Eust
lako, who conducts tho Tokio
School of Languages at Tokio,
Japan, nnd who prides himself
on being ono of tho best-known
Americans in tho Mikado's realm.
Ho is ono of tho professors of tho
Dai Nippon Chu-Gaku Kwai, or
Gieat Japan Middle Learning
Association, au institution modol
od aftor tho Chautauqua Society
of tho United States, which in
five years has aohioved a member
ship of 13,000. In this society ho
is professor of languages.
The study of languages, ho
says, is his great fad, and ho con
fesses to a thorough knowledge
of twonty-six different tongues,
including nil tho principal lan
guages of tho Orient and of
Dr. Eastlako has becoino a
thorough Oriental during his fif
teen years' residence in Japan.
Ho is married to a Jnpuueoo lady
of noble birth and iR the father of
sevoral children by his Japaneso
wifo. Dr. Eastlako has a theory
that the Japanese people are not
Mongolians, nor related in any
way to tho Mongol raco. He is
in possession of indisputablo his
torical proofs, ho says, that tho
Japanese people aro a mixed raco
descendant from a hardy tribo
from Siberia who aro closely al
lied to tho Finns, and from a raco
of people from tho Himalayas who
made thoir way to tho Japaneso
islands from tho south by way of
Formosa. He has mado n study
of tho genoalogy of tho Japaueso
race, ho says, and in the lectures
which it is his purposo to deliver
in this country and Europe during
tho next several months he in
tends to bring out this point very
quei:n vioiokia hospital
EXilniiatlou T Ilx Intended Scope liy
Emtok Evkxino Bulletin:
Being one of the many who wish
to contribute to the fund for a
memorial hospital, kindly allow
me spaco in your columns to cor
rect what seems to bo a mistaken
impression in tho minds of many
of our citizens.
It i3 wished by tho British resi
dents in Honolulu to celebrate
the Diamond Jubilee of Queen
Victoria by erecting and endow
ing, so far as may be possible, a
cottogo hospital for incurables
resident in those Islands, where
such unfortunates could bo placed
and kept by tho various charitable
institutions or by individuals in
terested in the wolfaro of tho
patients; such cottage hospital to
contain from six to 10 bods nnd
quarters for nurses, etc.
Tho objocts of tho proposed
institution aro: 1. To prevent
tho rocurronco in our community
of consumptives aud others simi
larly alllicted, who cannot bo re
ceived at tho Queen's Hospital,
dying and uucarod for, us has too
ofton been the caso in this city.
2. By thorough sanitation in and
around such institution to mini
mize tho danger to tho health of
the community from contact with
the unfortnnato sulTorors. In
connection with tho abovo, tho
prosouco of consumptives, during
tho last stages of tho diseaso, in
boarding and lodging houses, is
undesirable, nor is tho washing of
their linou togethor with that of
.healthy fnmilies nnd individuals,
as washing is dono hero in cold
wntor, n dosirnblo thing.
Tho idea of erecting, equipping
nnd maintaining n largo hospital,
whore consumptives from nil parts
of tho world aro to bo sent, is no
part of tho proposed plan.
As it is tho uitontion to extond
tho bonofits of tho proposed insti
tution to nil nationalities, let
donors of overy nationality foel
assured that his or hor donation,
bo it largo or smnll, will bo thank
fully received aud mado part of
JSVISNJNQ BULLETIN, MAY 3, 187.
tho fund set aside for tho com
memoration of tho GUlh anniver
sary of tho glorious reign of n
good aud YirtuouB Queen.
Honolulu, May 1, 1897.
In spito of unfavorable weather
about eighty pooplo took part in
tho masquerade ball of tho Portu
guese Henovolent Sooioty, for tho
benefit of tho Hood sufferers in the
Azores, on Saturday ovoning.
Thero wero costumes both
original nnd handsome. Mrs.
Porreira won tho prizo for
tho prettiest dross. Sho wns
dressed iu tho Portugneso flag.
J. P. P. Collaoo took tho prizo for
tho most original. llo appeared
in tho form of a bottlo ingenious
ly constructed. Tho judges wero
T K Keyworth, Fred B. Oat and
A D Larnoch. Dancing was kept
up till midnight.
Continued from 1st Page.
commander aud a man of very
Captain Kuro-oka was th6
naval attache in Loudon under
whoso suggestions the Nnuiwn
was ordered built. Ho was in
command of tho Tsukuba kan in
1894 and captured tho Yik-sang
off Taku when that ship was
landing contraband cargo, tho
Gazette says and concludes thus:
"No man in tho Japaueso Navy
then is bettor qualified to under
take the onerous duty about to be
outrusted to him. The further
development of tho affair will bo
a matter of deep concern to Japan
and to Hawaii, while tho United
States may be depended upon to
exorcise all necessary vigilance."
Miuialer Shimamura entertain
od about forty loading Japanese
citizens at dinner at tho Legation
on Saturday ovoning. Tho Gov
ernment baud was present.
On Saturday, May 8,
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M.
I will sell at public atictloo, at the
wharf, opposlto the Custom House,
Port xtreet, for account of whom It
may concern, the
Cargo of Lumber
Per Hawaiian bark Roalle, Nlsnen
ma-ter, from Cheiulauus, B. C, Feb
luary 2t, 1897.
Inventory of cargo to bo seen ut my
Terms: Cash, U. S. gold coin.
JAS. F. MOHGAN,
60) It Auctioneer.
XewTu,o Story Home, on Prospect street.
UusurpasoL'd. view of tlio harbor.
0 ltoom Cottage, I.tlllia street, near 8cliool
street. Newly repaired. Mosquito proof
room. Lare;o yard.
0 Room Cottage, MaklU strcst, facing
Cricket ground. In first-elass condition.
0 Room Cottn;c, 1,1111m street near Kim;,
Largo basement. Carriage house and stable.
T ltoom Cottage, Punchbowl street. 2 Room
Cottage in jard.
2 Neat Cottages, Chrlstley place.Fort street.
0 Room Cottage, River street near St, Louis
Cottage, Newly repaired throughout.
J Room Collage,, corner Alap.it and Dereta
fjV Apply to
J. ALFP.ED MAGOON,
5'J'J-tf Next to the Post Oulce.
By W. H. BIOKARD.
Earl Sioai:n, B. "C., by
Duko Spencor, Sally Bluck
Lou Spknoeu, B.F.,by Duko
Spencer, "Bell" dam.
Dukk Si'enokk was sired by
tlio Duko of Norfolk, and Lou
Spencer dam; and Bell was
sired by General Longstreet,
fjGT1wvt Thoroughbreds are to be
seen attbe I'untbeon Stable wliero a
full pedlgruo will be glveu. 607-lw
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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. ft).
Stroud's Self Basting
Pan is another useful novelty.
It consists of an enameled dish
or cooking pan which sets in
side nnnther in whir.h the hot
water is held. It can be used
inside an oven or on top of
the stove. Its price is $1.J0
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 Flame Oil Stoves
in two sizes, either three or
four burners, which we are
selling now at $22 and $2$
Hawaiian Hardware Co.
NO. 307 FORT STREET,
Opposite Sprockets' Bank
DO YOU STILL HAVE
1 CALLS POIt
Why, wo bavo as many calls
today for them as at any time
siuco thoy woro first thought of.
And wo aro constantly adding
to thoir number.
have beon mado by us, and
each succeeding ouo is m im
provement on tho ono that went
Otir latest is a beauty most
pooplo think it tho best wo have
ever produced, aud a tray full
IftBts just about a day. , All
liuudB tiro building thorn, how
ever, aud thero will be ono for
you in time for this or any mail
that may follow.
Wo Ho awake nights thinking
of new designs, and each day
adds something now to our
y myo?wrw jy yy y " Wy J'tWHfl
niversal Stoues $ Ranqes !
riTK lrtuil- nnrl
JU AXV3 JUCOU CMl.l
Dandy Cook, No. 7, '1-7 inch Holes, Oven 15x17. Price S 8 001
Wehtehn, No. 7, l-7 inoh Holes, Ovon 10 4x17. " .....'. 15 00V
Piti.K Hanqi:, No. 7-1o, 0-7 men
Prico 23 00
Welcome Panqe, No. 7-18,0-7 inoh Holes, Ovon 18x18 iuches.
Prico 27 00
AlTorxo llAKaE, No. 7-18, 0-7 inch Holes, Ovon 18x18 inches.
Prico 30 00
Soi'Eiin UNiVEiiHATi Uanoe, No. 7-18, 0-7 inch Holes, Oven
18x18. Prico 35 00
POIt SALE BY THE
Pacific Hardware Co., Ltd
"VLX,t.'jt!2M! tm ij.MJSSiKitiiinufl.'jaarwa'ii.iijvi'ia.'.iiijj.igii
Df-LtoATh -. ar.Lir. ova
OrteTrial will prpe tKeir
J. T. WATERHOUSE
Two vessols arriving within
past ten days brought slathers
of goods to our Grocery De
partment and wo now have all
lines complete. The delicious
Dried Fruits you failed to se
cure because the demand was
larger than tho supply aro now
hero and will be promptly de
livered if you order them:
Pears, Peeled Peaches, Apri
cots, Figs, Apples and Cher
ries. These aro tho choicest
fruits over brought to this
Another delicacy is Ripe
Olives,' practically unknown
hero and infinitely better than
those you have been used to
Russian Caviare, elegant
for lunch sandwiches. Levi's
celebrated California Epicu
rean Delicacies fresh by Aus
tralia. Theso aro tho finest
"air tights" in the world. Red
Kidney Beans, Lunch 0'sters,
Lobsters, Shrimps with tomato
sauce, Boston Baked Beans
with tomato catsup. Theso
goods aro recommended only to
those who enjoy good things.
Other peoplo put up theso
goods but thoy will hardly
stand comparison with tho
J. T. WATERHOUSE
Cream ! Cream !
In Pint and Half Pint
.... AT ....
Lewis & Co.'s
VST Telephone 240. 597-tf
House and Lot For Sale.
On Young Btreet, In tlierear of the
Parker ground, a Lot50xl50 with Nmt
Four-roomed Cottnge thereon, buth,
kitchen and pantry. Amdy to
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-rk "111 rci i-i nu f I
tjuu vXAcaij-' u 4
Holes, Ovon loxlo lucuos.
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VERY lABCi' AND
V MD. ?
In the Clroult Court of f
the Flrot Circuit, Hawaii- stamps 5
an Inland. James J. Byrne vs. John
Allen, H. Allen and oilier-, at Cham
bert. The Reputdlc of Hawaii: T
the Marshal ol the Hawaiian lHlunds
or hlx Deputy, Greeting: You are
hereby commanded to Munition John
Allen, Henry Allen, Henrv Rhodes,
V. II. Lambert. A. Feek, B. F. Dil
lingham and Oaliu Ilalliom! & Lund
Co. to appear ten dan utter mrvlce
hereof, If tlioy reside on the Inland of
O.ilui, otherwise twenty daytt nfier
cervho, before Htinli JtMe of tho Cir
cuit Court of the First Cltcuit as hhall
he flitting at Clmmheis In the Court
Kooiu, at Huuolulu, iu the Judiciary
Building, to answer the annexed bill
of James J. Byrno. And you are Itir
thercomuiauded, by order of the Hou.
A. W. Carter, 1st Judge of the Circuit
Court of the 1st Circuit, that procesa
be served upon W. A. Kinney, Esq.,
for and on behalf of A. Feek aud that
a temporary injiinetion Issue a prayed
for against the Ohu Railroad ALiud
Compauy, A. Feek, his Attorney,
Agents and Factor, and have you
theu there this Writ, with your re
seal WltncH the First Judge
labAlj;of the Circuit Cou.tof tho
Hrst Circuit, at Honolulu, this 27th
day of July, 1890.
(Slg) GEORGE LUOA8,
i 11G0, Civil Codo. The time with
in which au act Is to bo dniip,
shall be computed by excluding tho
Hist day aud Juoltidlng the last. If
the last day be Sunday, it shall be
I certify the foregoing to bo a true
copy of tho original summons in eaid'
cause, and that said Court ordered that
service be made uiou said uon resi
lient defendant, A. Feek, by publica
tion of the samo aDd contiuunnre of
said cause until the 28th day of Juue,
1897, at 10 o'clock In the forumiti.
Honolulu, H. I., Marcii 19. 1897.
J. A. THOMPSON,
to our ecarf
family a "vain lot."
Tboy almost plead
to us to say
nnd wo cau't help
tickling thoir vanity
Best wo over know for
9 Hotel Street : : fcrley BlOCt
We Make Shirts to Order.
PLAIN AND FANCY
JAPANESE JUTE RUGS,
Fine Assortment of
Linen and Grass 0oth
DEAW WORK s
Handkerchiefs, Dollies, Tea Cloths, Tabla
Covers, Bed Spreads and I'lltow flhains. .
E. "W. JORDAN.
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