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EVENING BULLETIN, MA.Y 10, 1897.
BY ' AUTHORITY.
Dei'ahtment of Finance,
Honolulu, H. I., May 10, 1897.
Holders of Hawniian Govern
ment Uouils o tbo following dates
and denominations are hereby
notified that on nut! after inatuiity
of tho nest coupon, during the
mouths of June and July of 1897,
interest will cease.
Tho principal of said bonds will
bo pint! ou presentation at tho
next dato of tho coupon.
ACT OF AUOU8T 5, 1882.
Stock A Itond No. 393, dated
Jan. 27, 18S3 for $1000.
Stock A Bond No. 390, dnted
Jan. 27, 1883 for $1000.
Stock A Bond No. 397, dated
Jan. 27, 1883 for S1000.
Stock A Bond No. 398, dnted
Jan. 27, 1833 for $1000.
Stock A Bond No. 457, dated
Juno 28, 1883 for $1000.
Stock A Bond No. 458, dated
June 28, 1883 for $1000.
Stojk A Bond No. 400, dated
Jnu. 1, 1884 for $1000.
Stock E Bond No. 277, dated
Doc. 2, 1882 for $500.
Sttjcli E Bond No. 279, dated
Jnu. 3, 1883 for $300.
Stock E Bond No. 280, dated
Jan. 2, 1883 for $500.
Stock E Bond No. 231, dated
Jan. 3, 1883 for $500.
Stock E Bond No. 282, dated
Jan. 3, 1883 for $300.
Stock E Bond No. 283, dated
Jan. 3, 1883 for $300.
Stock E Bond No. 284, dated
Jan. 3, 1883 for S500.
Stork E Bond No. 285, dated
Jan. 3, 1883 for $300.
Stock E Houd No. 28(5, dated
Jan. 3, 1883 for $300.
Stock E Bond No. 287, dated
Jan. 3, 1883 for $300.
Stock E Bond No. 288, dated
Jan. 3, 1883 for $500.
Stock K Bond No. 300, dated
Juuo 19, 1883 for $300.
Stock E Bond No. 301, dated
Juno 28, 1883 for $300.
Stock O Bond No. 307, dated
Jnu. 8, 1883 for $100.
Stock O Bond No. 308, dated
Jan. 8, 1883 for 8100.
Stock O Bond No. 309, dated
Jan. 1G, 1883 for $100.
Stock O Bond No. 310, dated
Jan. 27, 1883 for SlUO.
Stock O Bond No. 311, dated
Jan. 27, 1883 for $100.
Stock O Bond No. 312, dated
Jan. 27. 1883 for $100.
Stock O Bond No. 321, dated
June 19, 1883 for $100.
HENRY E. COOPER,
Minister of finance ad iutorim.
Holders of water privileges, or those
paying water rutes, are hereby uoti
flwl tllttt the hours for Irrigation pur
pose ttru from (i to 8 o'clock A. M. hiiiI
from i to 0 o'clock i m.
Supt. Honolulu Wuter Works.
Approved: J. A. Kino, Minister of
Honolulu, EI. I., April 6, 1697.
5t Euer?ir)$ Bulletin
DANIEL LOGAN, Editor.
MONDAY, MAY 10, 1897.
TWO WILLN POU PHOUATI.
Kfaeh of Promlin Caae an Trial
Hinliuii Mllii'iim Loan.
Henry Waterhouso has filed n
petition for probato of tho will of
his Into wifo, Julia H., which
makes him tho solo deriseo and
legatee, us well as nominates him
as executor without bond. There
is reulty of $17,500 ajul personal
ty of $1000 in tho estate Tho will
was executed October 21, 1889, iu
presoiico of J. W. Podmoro and
W. K. Awihi.
Mrs. Sarah Savidgo potitions
for probato of tho will of her late
husband, Samuel, which denomin
ates her us tho solo representative
of nny property that ho might die
possessed of, and "net in every
way, n3 eho may seo fit, in rofor
cuco to said estate, etc." It is n
holographic will, written on a
business lottor shoot of Honry
May & Co, and exocuted Oct. 1,
J 81)2, iu presence of E. W. Jordau
and T. Mny. Tho petition shows
the ehtnto to bo entirely personal
ty, consisting of cash, household
and porsonal effects, a Manhattan
lifo policy for $5000 and 1. 1 S.
N.Oo. stock of $3120 value, tho
total valuation being $10,801.
Judgo Carter hos granted tho
petition of tho trustees of tho
Bishop Museum for loave to iu
Tost $15,000, out of I2G.O00 idlo
money in their hands, in n loan to
tho Oahu Railway & Laud Co.
upon its noto for six months, at
iutoro9t of soven per cent por an
num, with collateral security of
$30,000 of tho company's six por
cout bonds. Tho roatou for seek
iug n short torm loan, given iu tho
petition, is that tho $20,000 men
tioned will bo needed for tho
building of tho proposed annex to
tho Museum, work on which is to
begin in tho course of tho next
threo or four montliB. Henry
Holmes, ono of tho trustees, rep
resented tho petitioners in court.
A. Q. M. Robertson, guardian
of Anela Kakoi, files an uccouut
showing receipts $118.85, pay
ments $45.13, bnlanco $73.42.
The Holt guardianship matter
is under advisement with Judgo
Porry, and a brief to have boon
E. C. Winston vs. Hawaiian
Pork and Packing Co. is still on,
having begun Friday afternoon,
before Judge Carter.
Edward H. F. Woltor vs. Peter
High A Co. and Petor High &
Co. vs. Edward H. F. "Woltor
havo both been discontinued.
Walia Kohikuli has been ap
pointed by Judgo Carter guardian
of tho property . of Ahuua Akai,
minor, under bond of $100.
Charlotte Boyd vs. John Gan
dall, $10,000 damages for breach
of promise of marriage, is on trial
boforo Judgo Perry by tho follow
ing Hawaiian jury: K Kolomoku,
O P Kanakanui, D K Eli, J Akinn,
J W Maholoua, Mokuahi, J Munn,
J Poai, W Kalepo, H P Paulo, R
Limahana and G R Kootnaka.
Robertson and Rosa for plaintiff;
0 Brown for defendant.
TIIK OIIOKAI. NOGIKTY.
Firm Concert ut Mm oprrn llouo to
Tho program for the first con
cert of the Honolulu Choral
Society, to take place at tbo Opora
House tomorrow ovening, is given
1. Overture Semiramido
1. Chorus Tauuhauser. . Wagnor
Honolulu Choral Socioty
3. Vocal Solo The Trouba
dour From Robin Hood
Mr. W. H. Hoogs.
5. Chorus How Sweet tho
Honolulu Choral Society
5. Vocal Solo Whisper and I'
Mrs. E. D. Tenney.
VioliuObligato by Mr. J.
6. Fantasia Kuloidoscope.Thielo
7. Overture Nabucco Verdi
8. Vooal Solo a. If I But
b. Because I Love You
Mrs. R. D. Walbridge.
9. Chorus Gipsy.... Schumann
Honolulu Choral Society
' and Orchestra.
10. Violin Solo Spanish Dance
Mr. B. L. Marx.
11. Cornet Solo Love's Dream
Mr. Charles Kreutor.
12. Chorus Bohemian Girl..
Accompanists, Miss Hoppor
and Miss Clymer.
THIS fflOHNINU'H F1IIK.
ntnzo nt tlHretitiilu and
The alarm of firo at 11:35 this
morning came from tho house ad
joining the old armory building
on Berotnnia street, owned by
Captain Cluuey, and occupied by
tho family of Mr. Fognrty, who is
omployed on tho Nuuanu stream
improvement. The blazo origin
ated in tho roof of tho kitohon and
was caused by a defective stove
pipe. Tho firo was in tho space
between the coiling and the roof,
which was a double ono of irou
and shingles, and it was some time
beforo tho firemen could got at it
with proper effect. Tho damngo
was nominal, owing to tho prompt
response of the department and
mostly caused by tho necossity of
chopping a holo in tho roof.
lAIUItltAY'S ItAM. fltjli:,
Continued from 1st Page.
on a drive to right fiold. Cuu
ha's two bagger brought Hart
homo. Mahuka and Lishmau
wero put out at first.
For tho St Louis team Wood
mado a baso hit ovor socoud's
head aud stole second. Clark was
out out nt first but Wood wont to
third. Lemon Hew out at short,
llansmnn was put out at first.
Iu tho sixth with tho scoiu 4 to
4 Pnbau was caught out on a foul
ily. Ross took his baso ou balls
and Koki was put out nt first.
Wood was put out at first.
Siraersou got a nico baso hit
and stolo second. Dayton struck
out. Thompson's base hit took
Simorson to third. Gloaion was
put out at first. llhs shuck
In tho seventh "Wilder made
first ou Lemon's muff and stole
second. Hart flow out at left
field as did Cunha on a fino run
ning catch. Mahuka got first by
Clark's muff at third and stolo
second. Lishmnn ilew out to
Wood failed to mako first on a
grounder to second. Clark flow
out at center. L""ion followed
with n clean base hi I. Ilansmun
made his first but Lemon was put
out nt second.
With the ecoro still evon Pahau
was put out at first. Ross' big hit
to right fiold fence was only good
for two bnses. Koki was struck
by n pitched ball and took a basu.
Woods' foul fly was taken in by
"Willis after a lpng run. Harry
Wilder flew out at contei fiold.
Simorson got in a baso hit and
went to third on Dayton's hit for
second. Simcrson came homo on
Lishmau's error aud Thompson
went to first. Glensou's thieo
baggor brought Dayton nud
Thompson in by a costly error on
Koki's part. Willis was struck
by a pitched ball nnd took fiifat
and stole second. Wood was put
out at first. Gloason was put out
at third. Clark cot to first and
stolo second. Willis aud Clark
came homo on Lemon's base hit.
In the ninth Hart flew out to
Hnusman. Cunha was put out at
first and Mahuka was caught out
on a foul tip.
In the Circuit Court of f ,,,,,, 0
the Firt Clicult, UhwuII- S,AMIS
mi Inlnnilu. Jinvs J TUtiio vs. Jol.u
Allen, H. Allen mni other-, iu Chum
hern. The Uupunllo of Hawaii: To
the Marshal of the Hawaiian Islands,
or his Deputy, Greeting: You aro
hereby coiiiiimuilrd to summon John
Allen, Henry Allen, Henry Rhoitit.,
W. H. Lamhert, A. Feek, IJ. F. Dil
lingham and Othu Hull road & Land
Co. to appear leu dnM uiier ervlce
hffof, If they relde on thu Inland of
OJliu, otherwise twenty iltiya after
ervlie, beforo such Ju Il ofilieCir
cult Court of the Ffist Ciicult m -hull
be elttlng nt Chambers In tho Court
Room, at Honolulu, in the Judiciary
Building, lo answer the uuuexed bill
oljumesj Uyrno. And you are fur
ther comuiuuded, by order of the Hon.
A. W. Curler, lot Jude ot the Cin lilt
Court of tho 1st Clreult, that process
tin Hervul upon W. A Kinney, 1U ,
lor nnd ou behalf ot A. Feel; mid thut
a temporury injunction Issue u pruyttl
for against tile O-thu Railroad & Ltntl
Company, A. Feek, his Attorneys,
Agents and Factor, aud have you
then there this Writ, with your re
Witness the First Judge
jot the Circuit Couitof the
First Circuit, at Honolulu, thin 27th
day of July, 180(1.
(8lg) UEORGE LUOA8,
I 1160, Civil Code. Tho time with
in which mi ,iet Is to be done,
slitll be computed by txcludlng thu
llrst day and Including the last. If
tbo last day be Sunday, it shall be
I certify the foregoing to be a true
copy of the original summons In said
cause, and thul said Court ordered that
vervlcu be mule iiou eabl uon resi
dent defendant, A. Ft ole, hy publica
tion of thu eumu and continuance of
hhIiI j;nut.f ii tit j 1 i he 23th day of June,
1607, at 10 o'clock In thu forenoon.
Honolulu, H. I., March 10, 1807.
J. A. THOMPSON,
Like line cabinet work, can only bo done
by tho litst ArtisU.
Best Tonsorial Artists
Paoheco & Fernandez.
For Rent or Sale.
Neat 0)ttB u,id grounds on Nuuauu
ueur Kukui street, only two minutes walk
from the business portion of the city.
C01 tf A. V. OUAlt Ac CO.
TRIBUNE AND OTHER
Tribune Wheels We
, have a few, a very few, of these
i macnines lett, received on rue
I last Australia. They are ab
solutely the best and most ser
viceable wheel in the market.
We have them either in black
Stormer Wh eels These
an, nn(-iuuiiui; iiiav,iiiuij,
with all the latest improve
ments in sprockets, chains,
etc., good value for ,the price
asked, which is only $?$.
These are a very pretty model,
in olive green with gold strip
intr. and have sold raoidlv in
! the United States, thev co
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.
WO. 307 FORT STBEET,
Opposite Sprockola' Bank.
1 DO YOU STILL HAVE
Why, wo havo as many calls
today for them as at any time
since they wero first thoucht of.
And we are constantly adding
to tuoir numDor.
havo beou made by us, and
each succeeding ono is an im
provomont on tho ouo that went
Our latest is a beauty most
peoplo think it tho best wo havo
over produced, and a tray full
lasts just about a day. All
hands nro building thorn, how
ever, and thero will be ono for
you in timo for this or any mail
that may follow.
Wo lie awako nights thinking
of now designs, aud eaoh day
adds something now to our
I More than Fifty
I Meritorious Desips
Universal Stoves $ Ranges !
Tho Best and the Cheapest !
Dandy Cook, No. 7, 4-7 inch Holos, Ovon 15x17. Trico S 8 00
Westeun, No. 7, 4-7 inch Holes, Oven 16 xl7. " 15 00
Piuzn IUnoe, No. 7-18, G-7 inch Holes, Ovon 18x18 inches.
Jf rico 23 00
Welcome Kanoe, No. 7-18,0-7 inch Holes, Ovon 18x18 inches.
Prico 27 00
Appollo ItANOE, No. 7-18, G-7 inch Holos, Ovon 18x18 inches.
Prico 30 00
Sui'Eiu) Univliihal Eanok, No. 7-18, 0-7 iuch Holes, Oven
18x18. Prico 35 00
. FOlt SALE BY THE
Pacific Hardware Co., Ltd
Jt jJIJrlnC ir-L f aet packed i n w wwweand
J. T. WATERHOUSE
Two vessels arriving within
past ten days brought slathers
of -goods to our Grocery De
partment and we now have nil
lines complete. Tho delicious
Dried Fruits you failed to se
cure because tho demand was
larger than tho supply are now
here 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 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. These aro 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 wh'o enjoy good things.
Othor people put up these
goods but they will hardly
stand comparison with the
J. T. WATERHOUSE
We take pleasure in announcing
that with the last Australia we have
received our full line of Mon'e, Boys'
anil Children's Washable Suits.
CoDBixtiiiK of men's linen crash,
i(8.60. Men's linen crush, $7 60. Uoys'
Bailor Suits, fioin 2 00uuil up. Uojrti'
D. B. Bulls, from $2.50 and up. Boys'
Long Pauls Sailor suits, sizes, 4 to 7,
In white duck, the latest creation
Men's White Duck, extra pauU, $1.25
These goods are the latest style and
"THE KABH" is the only place
where you can get them at prices to
suit. A full line of Bloyole Suits.
9 Hotel Street : : WaYCllGy BlOCi
' W6 Mclk6 Shifts 10 OTUBr,
This is a serious question,
ono at which some folks tako
offense, yet salesmen are under
tho necessity of asking it.
Soma folks deal near homo,
settle infrequently, never in
vestigate to see whether they
pay more than 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 in
affluent circumstances when
you aro gone. Now it is quite
an advuntago 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 and
will pay in a few days. But
wo cannot keep memoranda of
charges; it isn't safe or good
business. The stock found in
ordinary stores is usually stale,
uninviting and inferior, while
tho stock in our store is turned
so frequently and so caiofully
watched that it is at all times
fresh. Our stock in trudo con
sists of tho luxuries and deli
cacies from every civilized na
tion. Send for our catalogue
and prices and note the variety
offered. Telephone us 240.
We supply all nationalities.
LEWIS & CO., importers
and exportors of table luxuries,
wholesalers and retailers con
tractors to tho U. S. Navy,
supplying U. S. and other na
tions' Men-of-war on the Paci
DELIVERIES MADE AS FOLLOWS :
Nuuanu Valley, Kalihi and Plains
dally 10:30 a m. and 2:30 p. m.
Walkiki Mondays aud Tliurrdayij
JB" Mail ordors promptly
Lewis & Co.,
Furnished House; Parlor, Dining
Room, two Bedrooms, Kitchen, Bath
etc, all Iu ilrnt class ooudltlon, Stable
room and servants' quarters; grounds
in elegant condition. Location upper
Llliba street; possession given June l.
Apply at Bulletin Office. 002-ltn
NOTARY PUBLIC and TYPEWRITER
OmcE: 208 Merchnnt street, Campbell
Block rear of J. O. Carter's office. V, O,
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