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EVENING BULLETIN, MAY 21, 1897.
-Notice to Corporations.
In conformity with Section 1441
of tbo Civil Code, nil Corporations
are hereby notified to intike n full
and accurate exhibition of their
affairs to tbo Interior Di-piiittnent
on or before the Hist day of July
next, the same boiuc for the year
ending July 1st, 1897.
Blanks for this purpose will be
furnished upon application to the
Upon failuro of any Corporation
(o present the exhibit, within the
time required, tbo Minister of tho
Interior will, either himself or by
one or more Commissioners ap
pointed by him, call for the pro
duction of tho books and papers
of the Corporation, and examine
its Officers touching its affairs
J. A. KIIfG,
Minister of the Interior.
Interior Office, May 20, 1897.
Holders of water privileges, or those
paying water rates, are hereby noti
fied that the hours for irrigation pur
poses are from 6 to 8 o'clock a. m. aud
from 4 to 6 o'clock l M.
Supt. Honolulu Water Works.
Approved: J. A. Kino, Mlnlwttrof
Houolulu, H. I., April G, 1807.
Sr; Euer?ii?$ Bulletin
DANIEL LOGAN, Editor.
FUIDAY, MAY 21, 1897.
Qood feeling on the part of
Minister Suimamura and Captain
Kurooka, commanding tho cruiser
Naniwn, wqb shown to the officials
and the people of Honolulu iu a
most brilliant reception on
board that beautiful representative
of Japan's navy. It is safe to say
that the feeling between the two
countries will have been much
quicker restored to its normal state
of friendliness on account of the
visit of the Naniwa, with the dip
lomatic counsellor and the bright
nowspaper writers she brought,
than it could have been by
diplomatic communications at
long range. There is no
thing strange, or to have been
unexpected, in the spontaneous
outburst of dissatisfaction iu Jap
an over the first news of the re
jection of large numbers of emi
grants from that country
by this Government. Tho Barao
feeling would have been manifest
in any other country over similar
intelligence before nil the circum
stances of the case could be ex
plained or investigated. There is
good reason to believe that when
tho official and newspaper reports
of the Naniwa expedition become
publio in Japan, the authorities
and people of that country will
seo the mattor in a different light
than when they regarded it
through tho fog of sensational
complaints mnde by the roturncd
emigrants, who were not in a po
sition to understand tho workings
of Hawaiian laws which prevent
ed their admission to Hawaii.
When the whole situation is ex
plained to Japan it will bo seen
that tho immigration laws of this
country aro a protection to nil the
Japaneso who come here strictly
in accordance with tho provisions
of such laws. Those who are sent
hero as a speculative commodity,
without regard to tho regu
lations of the Board of
Immigration, must if they
succeed in running tho gauntlet of
our alien immigration statutes,
mako a living here as best they
can without tho speciul protection
given to tho humblest laborer who
is duly registered among thoso en
tering undor tho official auspices
of tho Hawaiian Government.
British residents have not ask
ed for a school or any other holi
day on the Quoou's birthday. It
would not be out of placo for tho
Government, howovor, to proclaim
a holiday on Juno 23, tho appoint
ed day for celebrating the Queen's
record reign, or Diamond Jubilee.
There is no danger of this ovent
being tho occasion for an incon
venient precedent, as all tho pro
babilities are ngaiuet its recur
rence to any nationality in a
thousand years. It is indeed a
great event in tho family of na
tiono, and all tho groat nations
will recognize it as bucu iu some
way. The Hawaiian Government,
having sont n Minister Plenipo
tentiary to Victoria's court for tho
occasion, ought not to be shy of
recognizing the colebratiou pro
posed by her subjects in this
country, who have borno their
proportionate sharo in advancing
the prosperity and supporting tho
civilization which give Hawuii a
respeotablo standing among the
Is the Board of Health sure it
knows what it is about in apply
ing the tuberculine test to cattle ?
We are told that tho test has been
borno out as accurate by post
mortem examination in every caeo
of an animal killed. What of the
animals that aro adjudged sound
after tho tost ? It is asserted to
tho Bulletin on high profes
sional authority that tins tuber
culine injection conveys into tho
animal's system a, deadly protein
that is proof against boiling in tho
food products of tho animal. If
this is a fact, then tho test is liko
tho oldtimo ordeal for witchcraft.
Tho suspected old lady was bound
hand nnd foot and thrown into
tho wnter. If sho sank sho was
innocent drowned in her inuo
cenco. If she floated sho was
guilty and taken out to be burned
at the stake. Aro wo to bo saved
from tuberculosis only to be
poisoned with protein ?
Every question has two sides,
or it would not be a quostion.
Much has been told, outside, since
the Jameson raid, about the resis
tance to progress of tho ItoorB,
and their contempt for the rights
of alien residents. Elsewhere in
this paper is given something on
the other side from a Boer offi
cial. tliicertaliillon ami it Orlnlnljr.
Tho attention of tho publio is
now fully occupied and diverted
in the consideration and discus
sion of sovernl important current
and prospectivo happenings. An
nexation, as yet uusecure, Re
ciprocity threatened; tho coming
of the Nauiwa, and her mission
after arrival; tho outcomo of tho
war between Grooco and Turkoy
and, whether or no, all Europe
will eventually become involved;
the settlement of tho quarantine
squabble aro all themes of much
conjecture and uncertainty, and
while opinions aro freely offered,
none can accurately foretoll the
outcomo of any of these matters.
Nevertheless, it is becoming moro
apparent, as ouch day passes, that
Buffalo aud Hoffbrau aro tho
favorito brows, and it is gratify
ing that assurance is given that
regular shipments of these whole
soma and strengthening bover
agos can bo depended upon, and
that thsy will, as heretofore, bo
dispensed at tho Royal, Pacific
and Cosmopolitan Saloons, and
that tho interchangeable check
system is an established fact.
Fonr or Flto Million Arrm or Lund
A suit in which the plaintiffs
claim thut 4,310,339 acres of land
wore lost by them, very much as a
ninn might let a half-dollar slip
through a hole in his pocket, has
boon brought up in tho Supremo
Court in Now York City. Tho
suit is against tho Ceutral Trust
Company and its President, Fred
erick P. Olcott; Collis P. Hunt
ington, tho Southorn Pacific Com
pany, the Farmers' Loan and
Trust Company, the Metropolitan
Trust Company, Charlos Dilling
ham and other wealthy men and
corporations. Tho plaintiffs aro
Cornelius MoArdel and numerous
other stockholders of tho Houston
and Texas Railway Company.
DOT UETLE JP NOISE
WANIIINOTON OPINION THAI
TIIKRK WA8 OAVHB OP rEK.
It Cllca rirnt Warm Onlbnrat
Temper Owr Ktjectloa or Jap.
ancaa by Hawaii.
Tho latest advices from Houo
lulu and Japan sweep away all
doubts as to the necessity for
, prompt notion by this Govern
ment in tho matter of the annexa
' linn nf Urn Hnwaiinn Islands.
says the Washington Star. Ever
sinco the rejection of the Japan
eso immigrants by Hawaii it has
been tho fashion of thoso who op
pose political union between the
republics to declaro that the wholo
affair was but a bugaboo, design
ed by the annexationists to fright
en the United States into action.
Tho Japanese Legation iu this
city has naturally discredited the
reports and their plain inter
pretation, but the evidence is ac
cumulating to show that the dan
ger is real. It now appears that
Japan is in a ferment over tbo
action of tho Hawaiians and the
presence at Honolulu of the
cruiser Philadelphia. A war feel
ing haB been developed, tho re
jection of the immigrants being
takon as a pretext.
Japan is today imbued with a
spirit of aggressiveness that nat
urally arose out of her victory
over China and her "jingoes" aro
eager for action that will express
tho resentment of the nation at
Hawaii and even at the United
States, which is regarded us Ha
waii's sponsor. Tho Japanese
newspapers are clamorous for ac
tion. One of the native journals
insists that Japan should demand
compensation from Hawaii for tho
rejection of the immigrants. Ha
waii would naturally refuso such
an unjust demand, which would
thon, perhaps, bo euforced by a
warlike demonstration, if tho
United States did not interfe're.
The most aggressive note of all is
that uttered by a native newspaper,
which declares that the refusal
of' Hawaii to permit the
immigrants to land is but the first
step toward the affiliation of the
islauds with the United States;
aud it further says with emphasis
that Japan is opposed to such a
union and will send its warships
to Honolulu to prevent annexation
if possible. Of course it is im
possible at this distance to know
just how far such an expression
represents public opinion or
official policies. But the sum of
all the comments that have been
briefed in tho dispatches must be
taken as indicating that tho peo
ple ure excited and that the Gov
ernment will sooner or later, if it
does not now, feol the pressure for
Don't bo persuaded to accopt
what is not really good in en
larged portraits, just because you
have given an order for otto.
King Bros, will give you some
thing infinitely better and cheap
er than you can get anywhere else
Lectures at the Roman
The Rev. Arthut M. Clark, a
well known Paulist from Califor
nia, will open a dories of lectures
on Sunday evoniug at half
past seven. They will be
continued on the three days fol
lowing, and also on Sunday aud
Monday evenings, as will be an
nounced hereafter. Tho subject
announced for Sunday evening is
"What is tho Good of Religion?"
Thoso lectures aro given in the
English lauguuge, nnd only those
who understand that tonguo aro
expected to attend. GIG 2t
Tennis Players should take notice of
reduction in price ot
AT CLEARANCE BALE
WALL, NICHOLS CO.
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 J
wagon go at a regular racing
gait, ana for very Tittle money
at that. Our Carriage Whips ,
can be had in almost any
quality and price, from $1 to
I We have still a good stock of
Cart and Buggy Harness
i to suit the purse of anybody;
j 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
foi table, 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, Buckles, Etc., Etc
Hawaiian Hardware Co.
NO. 307 FORT STREET,
Opposite Sprockels' Bank
Auction Sales by Jas. F. Morgan.
Sale of Coffee Lands
South Kona, Hawaii:
Under luatruetlous from tbo Owner
I will sell ut Public Auctlou at my
Salesroom, Queen street, Honolulu,
On Saturday, May 22,
AT 12 O'CLOCK NOOK,
The following Property situated at
Hookena, South Kona, Hawaii.
jOne Twentieth Share In the Abu
puaa of Honokua, Boutl) Kona. The
above Interest Is entitled to about 328
acres of the above Abupuaa. Sixty
acres of the above have been parti
tioned aud are now iu use by the
owner, of which about 15 acres are
planted in coffee. Crop of 1695 was 27
ska of cleaned coffee.
268 of mauka Lands iu Co floe Belt,
oomprlse balauoe of the land. All
improvements Including New Cot
tage ami Tank, Fencing ami Walls, etc.
This property is on tho main Gov
ernment Road, 3 miles from the ship
ping port of Hookena.
For further particulars, apply to
JAS. F. MORGAN,
To Celebrate Her Britannic Majesty's Blrtnday.
Her Brltannlo Majesty's Commissioner
On Monday, the 24th of May, from
3:30 to 0:301". M.
It is boned the above will be
considered a general iuvltntlou.
r. O. Box 430.
8. W. LEOKIIKI
" I X
Just RooeWed at the I X I, a New Stook of
American and Hawaiian Flags
All Size In Bo.htino, Silk and Cottox.
CJT New and Firat-cliwg SECOND HAND FURNITURE ot all kinds sold cheap for
canh. 6'6 C"
Universal Stoves $ Ranges !
Tho Best and the Cheapest !
Dandy Cook, No. 7, 4-7 inch Holes, Ovon 15x17. Price 8 8 Od
Westkhn, No. 7, 4-7 inch Holes, Ovon 1GJW7. " 15 00
Prize IUnqe, No. 7-18, 6-7 inch Holes, Oven 18x18 iuches.
Price 23 00
WpTimMK TfANnr.. No. 7-18.(5-7 inch HoIph. Ovnn 18x18 innhos.
Prico 27 00
Ari-OLLo Range, No. 7-18, 6-7 inch Holes, Oven 18x18 inches.
Price 30 00
Superb Universal Ranoe, No. 7-18, 6-7 inch Holes, Oven
18x18. Price 35 00
FOR SALE BY THE
Pacific Hardware Co., Ltd
DO YOU STILL HAVE
Why, we have as many calls
today for them as at any time
since they wero first thought of.
And we aro constantly adding
to their number.
More ttao Fly
have been made by us, and
each succeeding one is an im
provement on the ono that went
Our latest is a beauty most
people think it tho best we have
ever produced, and a tray full
lasts just about a day. All
hands aro building them, how
ever, nnd there will be ono for
you in timo for this or any mail
that may follow.
Wo lie awake nichts thinking
of new desiens, aud each dav
adds something now to our
Furnished or Unfurnished House;
Parlor, Dining Room, two B'drooms,
Kltobeu, Bath etc., all In flrnt class
condition, Stable room and servants'
quarter; grounds In elegantcoudltlon.
Locution upper LUiba street: posses
sion given June 1. Apply at Bulletin
By a German Woman to do General
Housework uml Cooking.
Next door to W. O. King's residence.
MARY PUBLIC ml TYPEWRITER
Orriost SOS MornhAn't Btreot, Campbell
Block roar of J. 0, Carter' office. V. 0.
Comer JCInR nnd Nun-
Don't Miss It.
at Half P,rice.
Lawn Tennis Balls
at Special Price.
BOOKS AT HALF PRICE
53T 6 Vol. sot, Washington
Irving for $2.67.
K2T 100 sots, Standard Au
thors at half price.
.Arnold's Office ln
a 76cts. Bottlo for only 37cts.
Wo aro not going out of
business, it's only our
Finest Turnouts in City.
Wagonettes and Surries
With Careful Drivers always on
Thi Evening Bulletin 75 centt