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F.VRNJNG BULLETIN, MAY 7, 1897.
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Holders of water privileges, or those
paying water rates, tiro lieruby noti
fied that the hours for Irrigation pur
pases are from 0 to 8 o'clock a. m. and
from 1 In 0 o'clock i m.
Kuiit. Honolulu Water Works.
Approved J. A. ICino, MluUltrof
Honolulu, H. T April 0, 1897.
5I?? Euerit) Bulletin
DANIEL, LOGAN. Editor.
FltlDAY, MAY 7, 1807.
There nro palpublo wrongs un
der the business license HyBtcni in
toruo which should be invostignt
ed by those interested, with a
tiow to having it measure of
reform eniicted which should do
even jutico. "While soma single
firm Imvo to pay u, variety of
liconso fcos for different branches
of business conducted, making a
foiaj.oii ilt amount of taxation in
the aggregate, othor concerns
quietly piosccuto industries and
carry on trade in lines apart from
their ostensible scope without
special license. Tho hand of the
law ia remorselessly laid
on traders in a small
way under tho provisions
of tho business liconso law, but
large dealers may have workshops
on their premises bidding for cus
torn in competition with special
ists and nothing to pay to the
tieuaury for tho privilege.
Lawyers and politicians who peii
ol' illy tinker th license laws
are not competent for the woik.
"Whit is requited is a couforouco
of practical men to draw up a
schedulo of individual lines of
trado and industry, with graduated
liconso fees for particular lines
or combinations theriof not in
congruous. Tho troublo would be
to obtain concerted action, but if it
cannot bo attained otherwise, a
petition to tho Legislature for tho
appointment of a commission
might load to tho realization of
the object, bettor late than never.
It will be seeu by an item elso
whore that tho matter of providing
refuge for consumptives is engag
ing the attention of tho organized
medical fraternity of California.
Governments will generally iu
time bo forced to take action on
thii subjeot, under stress of two
necessitous considerations that
of humanity toward tho sufferers
and that of protecting tho public
from contagion or infection.
What's tho matter with Oregon,
when the Portland obatnbor of
commerce has passed resolutions
requesting tho Oregon delegation
incougress to work for the ab
rogation of tho Hawaiian recipro
city treaty? Do tho denizens of
the Webfootod State wish these
islands to buy Canadian lumbar
and potatoes rather than Oregoui
Senntor Morgan's resolution, a
copy of which hns boon received
at tho Foreign Ollico, designates
tho improvement of Pearl Harbor
to bo in accordance with Hear Ad
miral J. G. Walker's report.
A 'ue of JTII'tnkeii Identity.
Charles K. Hyde was arrested
shortly before noon toilay on a
warrant charging him with assault
and battery last evening on ono
Goorgo Roenilz. From Mr.
Hyde's Htatomoiits to the Marshal
of his whereabouts at the time tho
offonso was alleged to have been
committed, he will lmvo no difli
culty in proving an alibi. It was
Buch a clear caBeof mistaken iden
tity that the marshal allowed him
to go on his own recogniznnoo to
appear iu Court when wanted
Tho question now is, who did as
BBult Roonitz, while Charlie Hydo
was playing lawn tenuis in an
otliet part of town.
Hit.oiMNA lnr i.ricair.
lritrnm "t Concert by Mtiilrnl
Circle Tomorrow Kvoiiliiir.
Following is tho program of tho
) concert by the Musical Circlo of
Kilohana Art Loaguo at tho rooms
of that organization tomorrow
Instrumental Tho Myrtle.. ..
Children's Songs.. Cordelia Gly
mer. a What Does Little Hirdie
Say ? Tenuyflon.
b Uaby Talk Colo
Song Auna B. Tucker
a lint Prince Siddartha
Heard tl Devas Play,
and to His Ears They
Sang Such Words as
These Edwin Arnold
b The Throstlo . . Tennyson
Anna B. Tucker.
Roading Bugle Song. . Tennyson
Flora E. Wolfendeu.
Musical accompaniment by
Kindorgarten Songs .. Words
and Muic by May Dilling
a The Cocoa Palm,
b Tho Rico Song,
o The Crki&t
Cornot Solo I Would That
I were Young Again
Piano Solo Polish Fantasie..
Male Quartet Nocturne
Words and musio by Cordelia
Songs Coidelia Clyrner
a Uu iSist Wio biuo Ultimo
b My love is like n Red,
c Crosbing the Bar I'eu
uyaou'a lubt poem.
A. A. Marcnrda.
Violin Solo Itumtnit
J. W. Yarndley.
Songs Anna B. Tucker
a Autumn Translated
from the Gorman,
b My Love and I Words
and muie by Anna B.
Anna B. Tucker.
Instrumental Trio Resignation
May Dillingham Frear
Violin J. W. Yarndley.
Organ Msrcaret Hopper.
Piuno Cordolia Clyrner.
UOAltD OF llt.AI.lll.
TlHtlor-. nt lliw l.ein-r Nrttli'iuoiK lU
iirl wlili Mr. Ili-yor.
The a Ijourned mooting of tho
Board of Health was hold yester
day, all the members and officials
being present except Dr. Wood.
After reading the minutes tho
usual reports from tho fishmar
ket and slaughter houdes unci
under the Act to Mitigate were
read and filed.
Superintendent Meyer of tho
Leper Settlement was present and
had a good deal to say about
affairs at that place. Sovoral
minor questions relating to ko-
kuas, etc., wetu tuken up and cat
tied and a diauuRoicu thou tooL
place regarding the experiment
tree planting now ueiut!
carried ou. Mr. MVyor took the
ground that the experiment would
be a failure, because it had not
'beeu a hucccss heretofore. Com
missioner Mursden, tho gardener
in charge, W. 0. Smith aud
others, however, think differently
from Mr. Meyer and treo culturo
will go ou until further orders
A little difficulty between the
gardener and Mr. Meyer about
men to assist in the care of young
trees was Bottled in favor of tho
gurdener and the good work will
go on. Mr. Meyer argued that
tree plautiug was unnecessary be
cause thorn was plenty of wood in
one of tho gulches which could bo
reached by a roud at an expense
A leltor received from Dr.
Eldridgo by tho China in relation
to tho small nox, a hyuopnis of
which was given at tho spocial
mooting on tho ariivul ol tho
China was read.Tho letter showed
that the disease was no longer
opidemio in Japan. President
Smith suggested that as this was
tho caso the 14 dayB preliminary
quarantine in Japan for immi
grants was no longer necessary
and Dr. Day agteed with him. It
was finally agreed to leave tho
matter discretionary with Dr.
Moiib. Vossion, tho Fronch
Commissioner, sent tho Board
a largo package- of me
dicinal bark which was claimed
to havo eomo virtue in tho treat
ment of loprosy and received tho
thanks of the Board thorofor.
On tho report of Agent Rey
nolds that vossols onter tho port
of Mahukoua without first boing
boarded by an agout of the Board
of Health it was decided to mako
ono of tho pilots at that port an
agent of tho Board.
Tho Board wento into executivo
session after a short talk on Hilo
Tliu Noun l'roni llimnll.
Tho dotails concerninc tho firm
stand takon by tho Hawaiian Gov
vorument to provent tho illegal
importation of Japanese laborors,
as given in tho latest lettor from
tho Star's correspondent nt Ho
nolulu, are highly important at
this timo. Kamehamoha sets
forth with particularity tho logal
grounds of tho republic's action,
showing that tho Government
realized that a crisis hod arrived,
and that the situation required
the most curoful trcatiuont. It is
significant to note in this connec
tion that tho courts at Honolulu,
iu their desire to adopt an im
ptegnablo position. Bought for
guidance from the judgments of
American tribunals, and based
their finding on a broadly equit
able foundation; tho main inspira
tion of which, howovor, was the
wish to protect, temporarily, at
loast, their own nation from inva
sion and ultimate colonization by
But it appears that, notwith
standing the evident justice of tho
conclusion that a cortain number
of the immigrants, lacking the
requisite qualifications, should bo
deported, tho Japaueso residents
becamo greatly excited, and iu
mass meeting adopted resolutions
calculated to arouse tho riotous
aud to urge the Government at
Tokio to mako reprisals.
'Jhoio is still deeppr significance
in the correspondent's announce
ment that thero exists today
among some of tho native royal
ists an undercurrent favorable to
union with tho Japanese for the
purpose or overthrowing tho re
public and restoring tho monar
ch. Thoii plots aud couulor
plots may not amount to enough
to warrant the Government in
adopting vigorous measures of
repression, but thoy cannot but
add to tho ombarrassmoutB of the
republic and aid the Japanese in
their all too evident purpose to
secure nn upper hand in the isl
ands. Washington Star.
Iori Una NuMliin.
Tho United States Government
will not support the domand for
indemnity upon the British Gov
ernment of Edward Ivory, who
was for some timo in prison in
Loudon on suspicion of being
concerned in a dynamite plot.
Ho reeeutly filed with the State
Department a demand for an in
deranity of about $100,000. Tho
proceedings to which Ivory was
subjected, it has been found, were
regular in every respect and
similar in every point to those
that would be imposed in the
case of any foreigner or native of
the United States.
City Carriugo Co.. J. S. And.
rado, manager. It you want a
hack with good horse and care
ful driver ring up Telephono 113,
corner of Fort and Alerchnnt
street?. Hack at all hours.
We tahe pletsure In announcing
Umt, witli the I nut Australia we have
lecelved our full line of Mini's, Boys'
ami OhlHIrt'ii'a Wislmlile Suits.
Cnnsl'tlntc of men's llnon crash,
$8fi0 Men's lluen crau, $7 60. Boys'
Bailor Billtn, fiom $2 (X) ami up. Boys'
D. B. Suits, from WM) ami up. Boy'
Lnng Pants rVillor "'ults, size, t to 7,
In white illicit, the lateit crentlon
M-ii'h White Duck, extra uuuIb, $1.25
Tiii"e ttoods are tho latest stjlo and
"THE KABH" Is the ouly place
where ymi can get them at prices to
suit. A full lino of Bicycle Billtn.
9 Hotel Street : : Wanrley BlOCi
We Make Shirts to Order.
For Rent or Sale.
Not CoUiro nttil gronmU on Nuuanu
nmir Kukul street, ou'v two minutes milk
frrni tho businuhn portion of tliu city.
004 tf A.V.aUAUArt'O.
TRIBUNE AND OTHER
Tribune Wheels We
have a few, a very few, of these
machines left, received on the
last Australia. They are ab
solutely the best and most ser
viceable wheel in the market.
We have them either m black
Stormer Wheels These
are nice-looking machines,
with all the latest improve
ments in sprockets, chains,
etc., good value for the price
asked, which is only $7$.
Columbus Wh eels
These are a very pretty model,
in olive green with gold strip
ing, and have sold rapidly in
the United States. They go
for $7$ each.
B. andH. Special Wheels
These have already been
tried here and have given good
satisfaction. Tney are durable
and neat-looking and cannot
be excelled at the price, which
is only $60.
Zimmy Wheels We have
two or three of these left and
will let them go at a bargain
to close consignment.
In addition to the above we
carry a full line of boys' and
girls' wheels of different makes.
We have also a few second
hand wheels at very low prices.
Our stock of bicycle sun
dries is second to none in the
Hawaiian Hardware Co.
NO. 307 FORT STREET,
Opposite Sprockela' Bank.
I DO YOU STILL HAVE
1 CALLS FOR
1 DO WE?
a Why, wo havo as many calls
1 today for them as at any time
I sinco thoy wore first thought of.
hi And WO nrn nnnnrnntltr nrlrli'nrr
M to thoir number.
havo boon mado by us, and
each succooding ono is an im
provement on tho one that went
Our latost is a beauty most
pooplo think it tho best we havo
over produced, and a tray full
InstB just about a day. All
hands are building thom, how
ever, and thoro will be ono for
you in timo for Hub or any mail
thnt may follow.
Wo Ho awako nights thinking
of now designs, aud eaoh day
ndds something new to our
Universal Stovss 0 Ranges!
The Best and tho Cheapest !
Dandy Cook, No. 7, 4-7 inch Holes, Ovon 15x17. Pi ico 8 8 00
Westehn, No. 7, -1-7 inch Holes, Ovon 1G-U17. " ....... 1G 00
Prize IIanoe, No. 7-18, G-7 inch Holes, Oven 18x18 inches.
Prico. 23 00
Welcome Range, No. 7-18,0-7 inch Holes, Oven 18x18 inches.
Price....! 27 00
ArroLLO ItANaE, No. 7-18, G-7 inch IIolos, Ovon 18x18 inches.
Price.... 30 00
SuTEitii Universal Hanoe, No. 7-18, G-7 inch Holes, Oven
18x18. Prico 35 00
FOR SALE BY THE
Pacific Hardware Co., Ltd
. Wirvr n terra fni nD7irS?
THIS BRAND IS SIMPlYOWlNG'' )
70 THE OATS BEIN6 ROASTED.
WHILE ALL OTHEP BRANDTm)
GIVES A PECULIAR
Two vessels arriving within
past ten days brought slathers
of goods to our Grocery de
partment and wo now have all
lines complete. Tho delicious
Dried Fruits you failed to se
cure because the domand was
larger than tho supply arc now
hero and will bo promptly de
livered if you order (.horn:
Pears, Peeled Peaches, Apri
cots, Pigs, Apples and Cher
ries. These are the choicest
fruits ever brought to this
Another delicacy is Ripe
Olives, practically unknown
here and infinitely bettor than
those you havo been used to
Russian Caviare, elegant
for lunch sandwiches. Levi's
celebrated California Epicu
rean Delicacies fresh by Aus
tralia. Theso are 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 are recommended only to
those who enjoy good things.
Other poople put up theso
goods but they will hardly
stand comparison with the
J. T. WATERHOUSE
Notice to Creditors.
The undersigned having been ap
pointed uxecutorH of the will of M. Mo
luerny, deceased, uotlcu Ih lureliy Riv
en to all creditor of tho (km list d to
Eresent their olalrax, whether t-ecured
y mortgage or otherwise, duly au
thenticated, and with the proper
vouchers, If any exlut, to tho under
signed, within six months from the
date hereof, or they shall be forever
barred. Aud all persons iudetited to
the said deceased nro rtque-ttd to
make Immediate payment to tho un
dersigned, at their office, corner of Fort
and Merchant streets, Honolulu.
Honolulu, April 20, 1897.
E. A. MolNERNY,
J D MolNERNY,
W. H MolNKUNY,
Executors of tho WillotM. Mulnc-ny,
Evening Bulletin. 75c $ir month.
' .WHMSW.iar's- '
J.nT . rt OFTFDcn.
V.TOfKfZM. V'jrsz'vy ;
r n v&u.; iirtiiruiiMi.ai.i-. J-i
This is a serious question,
one at which homo folks take
offense, yet salesmen are under
the neee&sity of asking it.
Some folks deal near lxmio,
settlo infrequently, never in
vstigote to ecu hi ther they
pay more thuii they should and
too often allow their accounts to
go long over due. If you don't
care what tho family expenses
are it's a poor way to do if you
want to leave your children iu
uilluuut ciicuiiist.iiiet.3 when
you aro gone. Now it is quito
an advatitage to have an open
account at a well-known house,
who can execute your order
promptly. Often persons say'
they don't want an account at.d
will pay in a few duys. But
we cannot keep memorundu of
charges; it isn't .safe or good
business. The btock found in
ordinary st res is usuuhy stale,
uninviting and inferior, wlulo
the stock in our store is turned
so frequently and so catefully
watched that it is ut all times
fresh. Our stock iu uvtdo con
sists of tliu luxuries and deli
cacies from every civilized na
tion. Send for our cutalogue
and prices and note tho variety
offered. Telephone us 240.
Wo Bupply all nationalities.
LEWIS & CO, importers
aud exportors of tublo luxuries,
wholesalers and retailers con
tractors to tho U. S. Navy,
supplying U. S. and othor na
tions' Men-of-war on tho Paci
DELIVKBIES MADE AS FOLLOWS:
Nuuanu Valley, Klllil uud Plaint
dally 10:30 a m and 2:30 l M.
Walkiki Miiuuns und Tnur ilayri
2 aor. r.
IKS" Mail orders promptly
Lewis & Co.,
Crayon and Water Colors
PICTURES ENLARGED AND NEATLY
From $5 00 up. Simples to be seen,
at my Studio, 2i Beretaula Street.
NOTARY PUBLIC aud TYPEWRITER
OmcKi 203 Merohunt street, Campbell
Block rear of J, O. Garter's otflcol. P. O.
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