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KVJFNING BULLETIN, MAY G, IS'J7.
Holders of water privileges, or those
paying water r.tes, are hereby noti
fied that the houra for Irrigation pur
poses ate from 0 to 8 o'olock A. M. auil
from 4 to 6 o'clock v. M.
Hupt. Honnlu ii Wulor Woihs.
Aripiovvil- J. A. Kt.sa, MluUttrof
Honolulu, II. I., April 0, 1S07.
51 Evei)ii?$ Bulletin,
DANIEL LOGAN, Editor.
THURSDAY, MAY 6, 1897.
British bouovolout and fraternal
societies in Snn Francisco huo
split over n disposition of funds
because tlioy did not submit the
subject of differouca to majority
rule. Probably thoro are hun
dreds of Britishers in that city
who belong to none of the socio
ties and, anyway, different organ
izations cannot work togethor in
mass for any common object.
They should either havo a fairly
representative joint organization
of deleiti's for such an oecnsiou,
or elso a convention in mass of
the members of all with fioedom
of action to individuals. In the
caso in question, it would prob
ably have been better for the so
ciotios to havo sunk their organiz
ed identity, and havo their mem
bers como without instructions
into a general assembly of British
Honolulu has never had a bet
ter oppnitiimty of hlioulu Itself
to bo a musical town than will be
afforded next Tuesday evening.
The Choral Society was estab
lished with tho especial ob
ject of cultivating and enhancing
rpu-jical tasto among the people.
It is itself representative m tho
composition of tho membership,
tho lino bung drawn only at
talent within a circle of unchal
lenged respectability. Only nom
inal admission fees uro charged
for its concorfs tho first ono of
which is to bo held on tho evening
mentioned above just to cover
expeuses, and if they do not
tax the capacity of the
Opera Houo to its utmost,
Honolulu will havo to talk low
for a whilo to como about the
kindliness of its climate for things
State or municipal laws making
tho wearing of birds on hats pri
ma facie ovideuce, as against the
wearer, of the misdemeanor of
cruelty to animals would likely
bring the barbarous practise to an
Olid much sooner than would the
weapons of ridicule and reason
advocated by the Chicago Record
Ono day tho peoplo of the
United States will rise at the polls
and smash any or every party
that is guilty of tolerating such
acts of public robbery as tho
armor plato swindle
With two American warships
and ono Japanese in port, Meraor
ial Day procession this year ought
to bo very im posing.
At Hie tin I).
Members of tho Pacific club
bad Frank Lincoln as a special
guest at a smoking recital last
night. United States uaal officers
were among those present. Mr.
Lincoln gave a performance of his
mimetic, histrionic and musical
specialties which kept the compa
ny laughing constantly. At a short
intermission T. M. Starkey, acced
ing to a cordial request, went to
the piano and gavH a song in fiuo
style. Before dispersing tho com
pany was invited into the dining
room for a delicious collntiun.
Ooo. E. Boardmau, the oxoouliva
director, managed all tho arrango
monts for tho ontcrtaiumont to
i'ik us nit: VAit.
lit marks of lilriticInirnit I.Hillea'
IImIi ml Hlrd.
"Has it occurred to tho women
who aro so ably fighting against
tho slaughter of song birds for
bat-decorating purposos that thoro
is still another powerful argument
at their disposal ?" Thus queries
the Chicago Becord and proceeds:
"There are esthetic aB well as
ethical reasons for staying tho
hand ot the biid slicing milliner.
The incongruity ot wearing a biid
perched on a womau's hat ought
to bo obvious to uuyouo who has
studied eitlittr nature or art. In
fact, no bird in its w-e" would
oon alight upon somo of tho hats
now woiu. Tho custom is ns ilis
ploa ing to th" eye as it is re
puguant to tho sense of humanity.
It cannot be many years before
womankind will bo looking back
upon tho bird-wearing custom
much as she now looks back upon
tho bulging crinolines worn dur
ing tho war days with a grin of
minuted horror and amusomont.
"No, ma'am, tho bird on tho
womnu's hat is out of placo and
ho looks it. TIip pupoii i not
pretty or nttraetivo. And tho
ladies who aro conducting tins
new crusade will find that this
argument in Hku.j o vuii more
with their sisters iLuti buy ihut
could be devised."
iMNKi.it ov lift: ihi:aiy.
Continued from 1st Page.
object a combination of forces to
fight the Hawaiian treaty.
Senator White says that he
started upon his investigation
with tho beliof that the sugar in
terests of California demanded
that tho treaty should be abiogat
oil, but that he would i Ihn
subject careful thought uud vuuld
act solely upon tho result of his
NIIK MAM hi) WOliK nvnr.Y.
A U'oiinu Offers to Wiirk V ltd Pick
nlld Mnivrl lu Sin I'rniiciaco.
Among the applicants for work
at S1.00 per iUj ' m.Polbo
boulevaid, Suu ITr.u.i .., -. liU..
t constructed by douotions to ai
siut the unemployed, a tew weeks
n;;o whs a woman, who said sho
was willing to domicilii,;;, own
to woik with a pick inJ rh 37."!
the same as a man, if she could
obtain employment. Sho gave
tho following account of herself in
auswor to questions:
"My 11 iin is Louisa Gage, and I
live at 27 Ltau-teh street. I am a
widow with four children; two of
them,the eldest heinSy ears old, nro
in tho French Orphanage, Fruit
vale, and two I have with mo, the
youugetit being 3 months old. My
husband was an engineer, but he
diid about tho 1st of la-it Septem
ber in Honolulu, after an opera
ation for cuueer.
nriKiiio it llHO'irY.
Nun Domluico Mke Overture! to
The Government ut San Do
mingo has mailo overtuieu lo Sec
retary Sherman for the negotia
tion of a reciprocity treatv be
tween the two countries. Most of
the San Domingo sugar is grown
on plantations owned by Ameri
cans, between six and eight mil
lion dollars ie iuvrvtH Murs
Nearly all of tho etijjar nrodueo'l
is sent to the United Slates, but
cannot leave Sun Domingo with
out tho pa)inuutof a heavy ex
port tax. All tho machinery and
most of the manufactured articles
used in that country come from
the United States. San Domingo
is willing to modify tho import
duties levied ou them and the ex
port tax ou suar if this Govern
ment will modify the tariff on
articles grown there.
The steamer Empress of China
arrived at Vietuiitt with two eur.es
of smallpox on board, and tliora
are moro than a thousand passen
gers, botween GOO ami 800 Chinese
steerage, are iu quarantine. Ono
of the saloon passengers is the
Marquis of Breadalbane.
Tho Hawaiian Postal Guide
contains a summary of the regu
lations in tho Hawaiian domnetio
and foreign pimUl mm vice, as wXl
as the mles and regulation!) of lha
Hawaiian Postal Savings Bank.
Copies may bo had for tho asking
at auy Hawuiiuu pootulHce.
AllHOtl I'l.Air HCtNltAI..
How IMilliuilliriilo Steel Umi ('mil
blue, to atenl.
"Whon tho members of tho stool
pool woro fighting to forco oach
other to compromi8e,"says thoNow
York World, "tho Illinois Stool
Company offored to furnish tho
Govornmont nil tho armor plato it
needed at $300 a ton. Tho Gov
ornmont is now paying tho Car-
negio Company ovor $300, but tho
Illinois Company declared with
1 tiuth that it could make a satisfac
tory profit at $300.
"Siuco then tho 'understanding
nmonf gputlemen' has been re
established in tho steel pool, and
when tho bids for armor plato aro
oponed at Washington this week
the Illinois Company's bid is
found to bo constructed with great
ingenuity, manifestly directed to
make its nccoptancoimpossible.Tho
Carnegios, of course, having no
competition that means anything,
declare with great disinterested
ness and apparent unconcern that
they cannot mako armor plato for
$300 n ton, but tiro ready to sell
their plant to tho Government at
a reasonable valuation.
"Their plant is in on out-of-tho-..jy
place, which makes Govern
ment purchase of it unadvisable
in r.ny event, but tho manifest col
lusion of Judders, tho unmistak
able fact that tho market for Btoel
is controlled by a comploto mono
poly, make it necessary thnt Con
gross should proceed at once to
take up tho question of establish
ing a Government plant which
will provont our national defenses
from being loft nt tho morcy of
collusivo biddors and pooled
monopolies. Lot these tricksters
bo taught a lesson."
Our work is bettor and our
prices are lower for enlarged
pur li ait work than anyone else's.
Wo aro not making much at it,
but don't lot that worry you. If
you havo anythiug in this lino to
bo done sue our samples first,
and you won't regret it. King
Bros., 110 Hotel streot.
I. T. WATERHOUSE
Two vessels arriving within
past ton clays 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 tho demand was
larger than tho supply aie now
hero and will be promptly de
livered if you order them:
Pears, Peeled Peaches, Apri
cots, Figs, Apples and Cher
ries. These are tho choicest
fruits over brought to this
Another dolicacy is Ripo
Olivos. practically unknown
hero and infinitely bettor than
thoro you have been used to
Russian Cuviaro, elegant
for lunch sandwiches. Levi's
celebrated California Epicu
rean Delicacies fresh by Aus
tralia. These nre tho finest
"air tights" in the world. Red
Kidney Beans, Lunch Oysters,
Lobsters, Shrimps with tomato
sauce, Boston Baked Beans
with tomato catsup. These
goods aro recommended only to
those who enjoy good things.
Othor peoplo put up these
good3 but they will hardly
stand comparison with tho
3. T. WATERHOUSE
I imeiy j opiej
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 $2.50.
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 $.$0
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 nave a iresh supply or
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 Spreckels' Bank
DO YOU STILL HAVE
Why, we have as many calls
today for them as at any time
since they wore first thought of.
And we aro constantly adding
to their number.
have boon made by us, and
cnuh succeeding one is an im
provement on the one that went
Our latest is a beauty most
peoplo think it tho best we havo
over produced, and a tray full
lasts just about a day. All
hands aro building them, how
ever, and there will be one for
you in timo for this or any mail
that may follow.
Wo lie awako nights thinking
of new designs, aud each day
adds somothing new to our
Washington Irvlnj said, he supposed a certain hill was called
"Rattlesnake Hill" because It aboundscl in butterflies. The
"rule of contrary" governs other name3. Some bottles are, sup
posedly, labeled " Sarsaparllh " because thev are full of . . .well,
we don't know what they arc full of, but wo know It' not sarsapa
rllla; except, perhaps, enough for a fhor. There's only one
make of sarsaparllh that can be relied on to be all It claims. It's
Aycr's. It his no secret to keep. Its formuh Is open to all
physicians. This formuh was examined by the Medical Com
mittee at the World's F.-rir with the result tint while every other
make of sarsaparilla was excluded from the fair, Ayer'3 Sarsipa
rllla was admitted and honored by awards. It was admitted be
cause it was the best sarsaparilla. It lcccUcd the medal as the
best. No other sarsaparilla has been so tested or so honored.
Good motto for the family as well js the Fair: Admit the best,
exclude the rest.
Aaf doubt about It? Send for tht " Curebook."
It kills doubtt and cures doubters
Address) J. C. Aysr Co., Lou el, Mass.
Universal Stoves t Ranges !
The Best and the Cheapest I
Dandy Cook, No. 7, 4-7 inch Holos, Oven 15x17. Trice $ 8 00
Western, No. 7, 4-7 inch Holos, Oven 1G 4x17. " 15 00
Pkize Ranqe. No. 7-18. 6-7 inch Holes. Oven 18x18 inched.
Welcome Ranoe, No.7-18.fl-7 inch
ArrOLLO Ranqe, No. 7-18, G-7 inch
SuPEitn Universal Range, No. 7
Pacific Hardware Co, LtdxM
WWMiiUBOTCTcsjTrgiiiUxvj; "acn ns.m ;
9 DtulOAT6 - Dn.lt. ouj
By W. H. RIOKARD.
Eau.l Spenoek, B. C, by
Duke Spencer, Sully Black
Lou Spenoku, B. F.,by Duke
Spencer, "Bell" dam.
Duke Spencer was sired by
the Duke of Norfolk, and Lou
Spencer dam; and Bell was
sired by Geueral Longstreet,
Thece Thoroughbreds are to be
seeu at the Pantheon Stable wlorea
full pedigree will be jjiven. 697 lw
Notice to Creditors.
The umlerslgued huvltiR bren ap
pointed xecutors of the "111 of M. Md
Inertly, deceused, notice Is hereby nlv
en to all creditor of the deerasrd to
present their claims, whether eeurcd
by uiorlprage or otherwixe, duly au
tlientlcuted, and with the irnirr
vouuliers, if uny txM, to the miller
algueil, within hIx luontlis from the
date hereof, or they ahalt be forevt-r
barred. And nil pen-out. Imleiilnl to
the Bald deeeuped arc reque-t. d to
nialte IniiiH'ilKte, payment lo the mi
derdlKiied, at their otllce, lomerof Fort
and Merchant BtrtetH, H iiultilu,
Honolulu, April 20, 1897.
K. A MolNERNY,
J D McINKKW,
W. H M INUHNY,
Executors of the Will of M. MlIhu n,
Crayon and Water Colors
PICTURES ENLARGED AND NEATLY
From $5 00 up. Sirnplea to be seeu
at my Studio, iX Beretaula Street.
NOTARY PUBLIC and TYPEWRITES
OrriCKi SOS Merchant street, Campbell
Ulook rear ol J. O. Carter's office, P, O.
1 V for jrt6?A U !. J ".2,iv,r--. ..'. .JL i -
W . ' JafevFAT PACKCD IN VERY IAC0EAN0 3
f$ i mm Vartis )
-.. 5 ruemiiH Ti-Wdl - m - wstu, r 2J- ,V
inaBBfl&2'fi r TVi I will ttrrt& ctr m o i lii t
03 no Ii
Holes. Oven 18x18 inches. f
27 O0' .
Holes. Oven 18x18 inches. .' cj i
- 18, G-7 inch Holes. Oven '
BY THE l
i yTTf'iywTT'i1'' T"r,"Tr m
to our hcarf
family n ' v.iin 1"'."
They ulmost plead
to us to say
and we cun't help
tiekliijg llioii vanity
llest ue ever knew for
9 Hotel street : : Waverley Block
We Make Shirts to Order.
New Two Story lluusu ou Prospect itreet.
Unsurpassed view of tbe harbor
6 Itoom Cottairu, Lllllia atn et. mar dilioul
etrett. Nuwl) rt.)nlrtil. Mumiulto piuuf
room, Laiyu janl,
0 Itoom Co'tajje, MaKIUI ntntt. facing
Cricket ground In hr.lclabs (.onditlon.
fl Knom Cottngu, Lllilm etreit near Klni;.
Laru badt.iiii.iit Cmiluifu liuusu unit sluble.
7 Itoom Collage, I'uutlibuwl utreet. -' Itoom
Cotta);e .u jard.
2 NeatCottuKia.ClirUtluy place.Furt street.
0 Itoom CollnL, ltlwr Btiitl iitur t. Louis
Cutt.);e. .NuHly lupalrtU tliruuehuut.
'J Itoom Cottage, tontr Alaoalaud Ilcicta
J. ALFRED RlAGOON,
5'JJ-tf Next tu tliu Post Olllee.
The Portuguese. Mutual Benefit 8o.
clety of H.iwuit at u hpvuiul uieetiiig
held on the 25ih day ol April, rieoieil
Mi. V O. I'eixclrH to Mil llif vnetu -y
(.lliift-d liy thw le-Uimtinii n iih 'irai
ueut, Mr. J M Vivtti.
Seciotur.v P. M U. S. ol Ua. uil.
Honolulu, Uuy 3, lbJ7. 001 3t
Al Drtlrtl)' I . .