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Dui'AitTMKsr or Finance,
Honolulu, H. I., May 10, 1897.
Holders of Hawaiian Govern
inent Honda of tho follow Inn dntos
and tli'tuiiniuutioiiB iiro hi'ioby
notified Hint on nnd after niiitnnty
f tho next coupon, iluritiu tho
mouths of June and July of 18!)7,
intornat will cense. .
Tho principal wf said .bonus will
bo paid on proKontntion at tho
noxt dnto of tho coupon.
ACT OF AUOU8T 5, 1882.
Stock A Houd No. 3S)5, dated
Jan. 27, 1883 for S1000.
Stock A Bond No. 39(5, dated
Jnu. 27, 1883 for S1000.
Stock A Bond No. 397, dated
Jan. 27, 1883 for S1000.
Stock A Bond No. 398, dated
Jau. 27, 1883 for $1000.
Stock A Bond No. -157, dated
June 28, 1883 for 1000.
Stock A Bond No. 453, dated
Juu 28, 1883 for 81000.
Stock A Bond No 4G0, dated
Jau. 4, 1884 for $1000.
Stock E Bond No. 277, dated
Dec. 2, 1882 for $500.
Stock E Bond No. 279, dated
Ju. 3, 1883 for $300.
Stock E Bond No. 280, dated
Jau. 3, 1883 for S500.
Stock E Bond No. 281, dated
Jau. 3, 1883 for $500.
Stock E Bond No. 282, dated
Jan. 3, 1883 for S300.
Stock E Bond No. 283, dated
Jau. 3, 1883 for 8500.
Stock E Bond No. 284, dated
Jan. 3, 1883 for $500.
Stock E Bond No. 285, dated
Ja. 3, 18S3 for $300.
Stock E Bond No. 280, dated
Jan. 3, 1883 for $500.
Stock E Bond No. 287, daJod
Jan. 3, 1883 for $500.
Stock E Bond No. 288, dated
Jau. 3, 1883 for $500.
Stock K Bond No. 300, dated
Juno 19, 18S3 for 8500.
Stock E Bond No. 301, dated
Juno 28, 1883 for $500.
Stock O Bond No. 307, dated
Jan. 8, 1883 for $100.
Stock O Bond No. 308, dated
Jau. 8, 1883 for $100.
Stock O Bond No. 309, dated
Jau. 1C, 1883 for $100.
Stock O Bond No. 310, dated
Jn. 27, 1883 for 100.
Stock O Bond No. 311, dated
Ju. 27, 1883 for 8100.
Stock O Bond No. 312, dated
Ju. 27, 1883 for $100.
Stock O Bond No. 321, dated
. Jmno 19, 1883 for $100.
HENlliT E. COOPER,
Miuiotor of Finance ad interim.
Holders of water privileges, or those
paying water rtes, are hereby uotl
tld that llio hours for irrlgutlon pur
paw Hie from ti to 8 o'uiouk A. M. uinl
from i to It o'clock i. m.
Bupt. Honolulu Water Works. '
Approved: J. A. Kino, Minister of
Honolulu, H. I., April 6, 1897.
5r) Euepir Bulletin
DANIEL LOGAN, Editor.
FRIDAY, MAY 14, 1897.
Most people here are perhaps
unaware of tho fact that thero is a
sorious question regarding tho un
employed on tho Pacific Coast.
Tho nucleuB of another Coxey
rtny has been sent out of San
Francisco by an undignified trick
f Mayor Pholan. There were
250 men in tho corps, and their
two loaders wore paid agents of
Hie mayor's ollico. This indigent
band was lauded from stenmers at
Stockton to tho surprise of the
yeoplo of that town, and tho
steamer pooplo said tho tickots
kad been bought by a man from
tho mayor'8 offico just boforo
, tho boats sailed. Tho men
marchod to a plaza and called
out tho mayor and chief of police.
They domandod either tho privi
lege of begging from house to
houso or of being fed by citizens
as au organization. Tho officers
flont them to a point outside tho
town, and guarded them whilo
dinner wan IipImk propnred.Onn of
the IuimIum intimated that
boforo ho would consent to take
tho tnoii out of town they must
have provisions to last throughout
tho tramp to Saoramouto. TIiobo
thoy secured but woro not given
thorn until thoy had taken up tho
routo of march away from Stock
ton. They reached tho Calavoras
river by night and campod there.
Their IcaderB claimed thoy woro
hoadiug for tho Mississippi alIoy,
Tho local officers woro amazed when
tho leadoia said that they had been
employed to got tho mou out of
San Francisco and far enough
away from utoamor lines to pro
vent them from getting
back. Yot, in tho faco of tho
foregoing exhibit of labor supply
parading tho country in quest of
demand, wo nro told that tho
sugar beot producers o California
cannot get whito labor to cultivate
their fields. It is indoed a very
Is the English language des
tined to conquer Japan? This
question is forcibly suggested by
a recent article in the JijiShimpo,
which wo find summarised in the
Japan Mail. Tho Jiji Shimpo is
one of tho leading newspapors of
Japan, and in tho article in
question, with groat emphasis,
it urges that English should
bo taught in every school
of the Empire, and, if possible,
technical studios should bo pur
sued in that tongue. Tho writer
cites the universal prevnlouco of
English, bo that a man speaking
it may bo sure of being under
stood wherever ho goes. Treaty
revision ho claims has
mado Japan cease to bo
an island and joined it to tho Oc
cident. "In two years foreigners
will be able to settle where thoy
please within the realm of Japan,
and the commerce to whioh tho
country oweB bo much will receive
a new impetus of development. If
the nation is to take advantage of
its opportunities, it must acquire
tho English language." One
thing is sure. If the knowledgo
of English become tho universal
acquisition of tho Japanese pco
pie, in that day it will be mado
the official language of tho nation.
Then Jupaneso bpeeoh and letters
will not take long to bo relegated
to the position of Qaelic and Erso
in Scotland and Ireland today, as
well as that which Hawaiian will
occupy in these islands in the
course of tho next generation. It
will bo tho possession only of
philological pundits and archae
ological investigators, with per
haps a few isolated survivors of
tho ancients in secluded communi
ties. Briton and Boer seem to be
gravitating toward an irrepressi
ble confliot. Tho question at the
bottom of tho troublo is not ori
ginal with South Africa. It is the
old but evergroen one of whether
peaceful invaders of a country,
who havo become identified with
its prosperity and progress, have
a right to have their legitimate in
teiests considered in tho govern
ment of that country. With that
is allied tho question of whether,
tho aliens having such right, thero
is justification for its maintenance
by auy forco that may bo at their
command or sorvice.
Profossor Albort Cushing Cro
liore, of Dartmouth Colloge, and
Lieutenant George Owon Squier,
of the United States Navy, in col
laboration havo iuvonted an in
strumout callod tho synorono
graph, by moans of which 3000
words a minuto can easily bo
telegraphed. ThoBO two gentle
men woro tho iuventors of the
photo oronograph, a maohino to
measure the velocity of projectiles.
Tho synoronograph, their latest
invention, is design od to rovolu
KVKNINQ DDLLET1N, MAY 11 18U7.
M. Haiti, lmliK ovetthrowu tho
Ministry of M. Dolyniinli by
charging it with nu imbecile cam
paign in Thcnsaly, takes tho res
ponsibility of rallying the Greek
army to rocovor tho lost ground.
It ho knew what he whb about
when ho grasped tho reins of
power, noxt mail ought to bring
accounts at least of desporato
fighting in the mountain fast
nesses. Accounts of recent bond trans
actions show sundry New Eug
latid school and municipal bonds
at 4 por cent going at handsome
premiums. What is tho matter
now with the Hawaiian refunding
scheme for a try at tho American
money market? The presidontial
olection embargo is ancient his
Minister Coopor stated yoster
day that tho new classification of
salaries schedulo for school teach
ers was about complotcd. It is
based on the grado of certificate
and length of sorvice, each year's
additional service carrying an in
crease of salary. A few of the
higher salaries will be cut down a
little and somo lower grades will
bo raised, but on tho whole there
will be few material changes from
tho amounts now paid to teachers.
When the new classification goes
into effect thero will be au end to
petitions for increase of salaries.
How the Industry Originated In France.
Its 1'rrnt'llt Lxtrnt.
It wm noticed when Milan beds wero
firs mado in Fmuco that quantities of
mushrooms jjrow ou tho freh earth
mounds. They proved to bo coprofltublo
that imestiKntious wero mado to ascer
tain whether u regular crop might not
bo obtained. Thoy havo succeeded very
well, and tho mushroom industry is to
day quito a profitable one and tho con
Fumptiou of mufihrooina in Franco is
Tho beds uro mado aR follows: A dry,
clean placo is selected. Ono near tho
mouth of n cno is preform!, ns tho
mushrooms aro 'whiter when tbo buii
light docs not reach them. Tho spot is
coered with immuro and then left un
disturbed for a fow days. Tho bed is
then worked over aud pressed and beat
en down into shape. This 'is allowed to
remain about u week, at tho end of
which timo tho procccs is repeated and
tho beds watered. At tho cnil of anoth
er week tho first turning mnit bo re
peated and tho mass allowed to rest for
Tho temperatuio is carefully watched,
and the first heat of fermentation is al
lowed to pass off beforo tho spawn is
sown. After this Ins been planted tho
beds nro coird thinly with a prepared
caith calkd goptagc. It is Kept cmito
moist for 40 days, at tho end of which
timo tho mushrooms begin to como up.
A continuous cinp for tlirco mouths
may bo expected, if the beds rtceio tho
proper euro. Tho seed, or blanc, is ob
tained by tho market gardeners. It is
mado into bricks or cakis, which will
bo good at tho end of two or thrto years,
if kept in a dry, airy placo.
How to Preserve Furs
Thero aro various ways of preserving
furs against moths. At one establish
ment it was said that they had found
tho best means to bo constant attention.
Tho furs wero carefully inspected and
then put away, not in chests with pre
servatives for tho summer, but in light,
dry closets, and at frequent intervals
until thoy wero ugaiu required for uso
they wero carefully inspected. Thty
wero returned in tho full in as perfect
condition as when they wtro rciencd,
and without any of tho odors often no
ticcablo about furs when first taken out
llow to Launder Oreandle and Swiss.
After washing and drying tho clothes
muko about u quart of thin raw stuiih
by dissolving a tablcspoonful of diy
starch in a quart of water. Dissohoa
little, soap in thu nn.tuio by liusnig a
small bar of whito soap in it until it is
so.ipy. Test tho starch by wetting a lit
tle of tho cloth in it and ironing it whilo
it is still wet. If tho cloth is npt stiff
enough, uso moio dry starch in mixing
Wring out tho articlo in tho raw
stuich, and after thoroughly clappiug it
lay it iu a sheet and roll it up firmly.
In au hour iron it nut ou thu w rmig sidu.
If tho lawn is dark colored, it must bo
sturcliul w ith glno. Dis.ioho a tablo
spoouful of common gluo iu a quart of
bojliug water, and whon tho lumps aio
gouo stir it into u two gallon paillul of
waim water. St.irch tho goods in tho
mixture, after testing it to obtain ex
actly tho proper couslstouoy for tho goods
when done up. Dry tho artielo starch
ed in gluo starch and sprinkle it aud
Iron it carefully on tho wrong side. It
is a great mlstako, oven iu tho present
timo of tho revival of starch, to muko
dresses or potticoats too stiff. They
should bo stillentd to tho consistency of
now cloth. Petticoats may bo a tiifio
stilTer, but they should not bo still
enough to rattle.
makes the mare go, is a well
known saying. We have some
thing that will make the sor
riest old nag ever hitched to a
wagon go at a regular lacing
gait, and for very little money
at that. Our Carriage Whips
can , be had in almost any
quality and price, from $i to
We have still a good stock of
Cart and Buggy Harness
to suit the purse of anybody;
we sell a first-class harness for
$16 and then "there are others"
better in quality at $25, $30
Young men like to take their
best girl out for a drive, and
the beautiful moonlight nights
we are just now enjoying, invite
amorous swains to go a moon
ing with their lady loves.
We have a dandy looking
Dog Cart that is just the
thing for a drive around the
park; it is easy riding, com
fortable, with plenty of room
for two. It is the only one of
its kind in Honolulu, and as
we are not in the carriage
business, we do not intend to
get any more, so you do not
run the risk of having the
same style as everybody else.
Will be sold very cheap.
By the last Australia we
received a lot of Brass Stir
rups, light and neat looking,
and besides carry a full assort
ment of Carriage Sponges,
Chamois Skins, Lap Robes,
Bits, Buokles, Etc, 'Etc.
Hawaiian Hardware Co.
NO. 307 FORT STREET,
Opposite Spreokels' Bank
Sale of Coffee Lands
South Kona, Hawaii.
Under Instructions from tho Owner
I will sell at Public Auction at my
Salesroom, Queen street, Honolulu,
On Saturday, May 22,
AT 12 O'CLOCK NOON,
The following Property situated at
Hnokena, South Kona, Hawaii.
One Twentieth Share InlheAhu
puaa of Honokua, South Kona. The
above interest Is entitled to about 328
acres of the above Ahupuaa. Sixty
aeres of the ubovo have been parti
tioned aud are now in use by tbe
ownor, of which about 15 acres are
plautod in coffee. Crop of 1805 was 27
sks of cleaned coffee.
268 of mauka Lands in CofTee Belt,
comprise balanoe of the land. All
Improvements Including New Cot
tage aud Tauk, Fencing and Walls, etc
This property Is ou the main Gov
ernment Road, 3 miles from the ship
ping port of Hookena.
For further particulars, apply to
JAS. F. MORGAN,
Union Mill Company.
At the Annual Meeting of tbeBbove
Company held ou May 2, 1607, nt
Kohala, Hawaii, the following offi
cers were elected for the eusulug year:
James Kenton President
H. H. Routon Vice Present
F. M. 8wanr.y Treasurer
H. H. Kenton Secretary
T. B. Koywortu Auditor ,
T. R. WALKER,
Secretary pro torn.
Kohala, May 2, 1897. 600 3t
For Rent or Sale.
Neat Cottage aud grounds on Nuuimu
near Kultul street, only two minutes wulk
from the bUbluoM portion of tho city.
OMtf A. V. GEAR & CO.
Universal Stoves $ Ranges! N
Tlio IBcsfc and tho Cheapest !
Dandy Cook, No. 7, 4-7 inch Holes, Ovon 15x17. Prico 3 8 00
Westeiin, No. 7, -1-7 inoli Holes, Ovnn 10 JU17. M 15 00
Pmze Hanoi:, No. 7-18, 0-7 inch HoIcb, Ovon 18x18 inches.
Jrriro ! vti JJ
Welcome Uanok, No. 7-18, 0-7 inch Holos, Ovon 18x18 inches.
Prico 27 00
Aitollo Hanoe, No. 7-18, 0-7 inch Holos, Oven 18x18 inches.
l'rico 30 00
Sui'Eim Univeiisal Hanoi:, No. 7-18, 0-7 inch Holes, Ovon
18x18. Price .' 35 00
FOlt SALE BY THE
Pacific Hardware Co., Ltd
J Apsh sBiSb 1119 7 ii mil) A
7HIS BRAND IS SIMPLY OWiNtK tfBm&Mv M,U1,., &
WTHEMTSBEINS WASTED. yjBijm EmWYi.
STEAMED. THE DOASTil$Gy KM&. Tvr trCGX.
- - vvw.itriio B"4.
MM6Tiojwr yjrfytkz California st.3S
DO YOU STILL HAVE
Why, we havo aB many calls
today for them as at any time
since, they were first thought of.
And wo aro constantly adding
to thoir number.
have been made by us, and
each succeeding ono is an im
provement on the one that went
Our latest is a beauty most
people think it the best we have
over produced, and a tray full
lasts just about a day. All
hands aro building thorn, how
ever, and thero will be ono for
you in timo for this or any mail
that may follow.
We lie awake nights thinking
of new designs, and each day
adds something now to our
Auction Sales by Jus. F. Morgan.
By order of Messrs. H. HACKFELD
& CO., agents of the Board of Marine
Umleiwriters of Ban Francisco. Cal.,
I will noil at public auction (for ac
count of whom It may concern), at the
wharf, Fort Street, opposite the Cus
tom House, Honolulu,
TOMORROW, May 15,
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M., THE
Cargo of Lumber
landed ex Hawaiian Bark Rosalie,
NisBon master, from Cbemalnus, B. O.
Specifications of the Lumber can be
aeeu at tbe office of H. Haokfeld & Co,,
or at tho ofllco of
JAS. F. MORGAN,
608 3t Auctioneer.
NOTARY PUBLIC an! TYPEWRITES
OrricKi SOS Merchant street, Campbell
Block rear a J, O. Cartel's office. l 0.
J. T. WATEP.HDUSE
Two vessels arriving within
past ton days brought slathers
of goods to our Grocery De
partment und wo now have all
lines complete. Tho delicious
Dried Fruits you failed to se
cure because the demand was
larger than the supply aro now
hero and will bo promptly de
livered if you order them:
Pears, Peeled Peaches, Apri
cots, Figs, Apples and Cher
ries. These are the choicest
fruits ever brought to this
Another delicacy is Ripe
Olives, practically unknown
hero and infinitely better than
those you havo been used to
Russian Caviare, elegant
for lunch sandwiches. Levi's
celebrated California Epicu
rean Delicacies fresh by Aus
tralia. These aro tho finpar.
"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 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 Men's, Boys'
and Children's Washable Suits.
Conslntlnjr of men's linen crash,
I8 60 Men's linen crash, $7 50. Boys'
Bailor Butts, fiom $2 00 aud up. Boys'
D. B. Bulls, from $2.50 aud up. Boys'
Long Pants Bailor bulls, sizes, 4 to T.
in white duck, the latest creation.
Mali's White Duck, extra pants, $1.25
These Roods are the latest style and
"THE KABH" is the only placo
where you can get them at prloes to
suit. A full line of Bicycle Suits,
9 Hotel street : : f ayerley Block
We Make Shirts to Order.