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EVENING BULLETIN, MAT 26, 1897.
WANTS A NEW ELECTION
The : Perkins : Windmill
Canadian-Australia. Steamship Line
PROPONITION OF MLIVOMUIII
TO PMENIt:NT meKMLKV.
tj tamer of the above Line running in connection with the
CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY
Between Vancouver, D. O., and Sydney, N. B. W.. and calling at Victoria, B. O.
Honolulu and Suva (Fiji),
On or about the dotes below stated, viz.:
TU United State Slinnlri vere m
Fair Vote rr New Coinllln
tlnn In IIhhuII.
Proved a Great Success in these Islands as
well as in the "United States.
Wo quote from a lettor recoivod lately from a gontloman who baa
kail much experience with Windmills. Ho says:
tr "I have tlie Windmill erected ntul It works like, a charm. I hve three makes of Wind
mills ou the Kaucb, aiidtue PEKKIN3 gives me less trouble, than any or the others.
There Is 'uo doubt' of Its beluga Fiuvt-class Mill. "Yours very truly,
"UONOLUA ItAIIUII. (Maul).
" II. O. 8BAULK."
We Lave Galvanized Steel Mills, 8, 10 and 12 foot. Also, Wood
Mills, 10, 12, 1G and 18 feet.
We have just erected a 12-foot Galvanized Steel Perkins Wind
mill at Moiliili at the foot of the hill, on a wooden tower sixty feet
Wo would liko t" hivo anyone, who desires to purohaso a Wind-
rmu, ixumiue this ouo, or auy other PERKINS MILL, and ho
will at once be convinced of its superiority. We have also
GOULD'S PUMPS of various kinds and sizes. No better pumps
than these are made and the prices are very reasonable.
If you want a Windmill or Pump, or Galvanized Pipe of all
sizes for conducting water, ploaso give us a call, and wo can accom
modate you. .
R. O. HALL & SOTST, Ltd.
The Manufacturing Harness Co.
HaTA ompletn anrttneiitof raoliiR equipment.
JD"dp3cUI.--We keep In ttook and sell only our own Manufacture.
Ckisiiolm & Coughlin.
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Cottage on Majrszlrip street In good
orler. Larjfo grounds w-ll plumed
with fruit and ortmmeutnl trees. Ex
ccllent JiPtmrrv, etc. Apply, telo
pftuu either 203 or KD3, to
591-tf JAMES LYLE.
SubRoribo for tho Evening Bdl
detin 75 oonts per month.
21 i c s g c m it
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J. J. COUGHLIN.
P. 0. Box 322.
Our Hand Made
Whips from 25c. to 10
LoggiiiB (all sizes).
London and Lancashire Fire
Insurance Company of
(Stock Company, Incorporated 1881.)
Norwalk Fire Insurance Com
pany of Norwalk, Con
necticut. (Stock Company, Incorporated I85'J.)
A policy written by thealiove
compuny la doubly secure, as It repre
sents two of the large-t Fire Insurance
Compiinles buck of it.
Tho Hawaiian Safe Deposit &
Agents for tho Hawuilan Islands.
408 Fort BtrMt
Liko fino cabinet work, can only bo dono
by the Beat Artists.
- Barber $3op
Best Tonsorial Artists
Faoheco & Fernandez.
Telegrams based on the follow
ing article in tho Washington
Post have been published in Ho
nolulu. The matter is, however,
of suflicieiit ititoiost for complete
Former Queen Liliuokalani, of
Hawaii, does not desire tho ro
ostablishmeut of a monarchical
government or seek her own res
toration to tho throne. Her mid
Bion in this city is to sucuro from
President McKiuloy interference
to 'tho extent t tut t tho manner in
which tho Dol regime wns placed
in power shall be pronounced il
legal, by reason of undue notlvity
on tno part ot .Minister oio vena
and the nrow of the cruiser Boston,
and the ordering of a now election,
free from oven indirect intimida
Tho former Queon believes if
tho will of the Hawaiiana is freely
and uuabiasedly expressed nt huoIi
a new election, that she would ho
ohosen President and thus pluced
in control of her former posses
sions without n return to the mon
archy. Her plans havo boon laid
before tho Prosidnnt in detail, und
she is now awaiting a reply us to
what notion ho will take in res
ponse to her request.
The true history of Liliuokala
ui's mission to the United States
is now authoiitatively made pub
lic. She came to this city prior
to Mr. McKiuley's inauguration
in order that no unnecessary Umo
would be wasted in accelerating
tho consummation of her proposi
tions. Sho sought a personal in
terview with tho now President,
but a formal reception of tho cha
racter desired was considered in
expedient. A letter was thon
written, asking if tho President
would permit tho former Queon to
submit her plans in writing for
his information and guidauoe. To
this communic.itiou a note of
assent was received.
Subsequently Liliuokalani pro
pared a thorough resume of hor
opinions regarding tho present
and futuro of Hawaii, and detail
ing the injubtico sho had suffered
through the interference of United
Stutes officials. After reviewing
hor grievances sho outlined tho
future policy which she dosiios
Presidout McKinley to pursuo
Liliuokalani obligates hersolf
to libido that in view of tho fact
that tho United Slates, by Con
gressional resolution and other
wise, has established a virtual
protectorate over Hawaii, it was
not only propor and admissable,
but his duty, to doclaro tho for
mation of tho present republican
form of govornmout illegal, and
direct the holding of an election
to adopt a constitution and choose
executive officers. She requested
the President's intervention to the
extent that tho eloction should be
froo from fraud or intimidation,
anct that the people oe pornmteu
to past their ballots without fear
Liliuokalani urged upon Mr.
McKinley by the result of such
an election ns she describes, held
under the supervision of upright
men, representing tho govorumout
of tho United States, and usks tho
President to m.iko a similar pro
mise to leave the whole matter of
futuro govornmont in Hawaii to
tho will of tho people outitled to
Tho former Queen also sub
mitted, in connection with hor
imposition, a detailed statemont
us to the population, conditions,
and prospeots of Hawaii, Sho
urgneH at length against tho state
ments put forth by tho com
missionors now here in behalf of
annexation. She declares tho pos
sibility of Jupanoso control to bo
so remote as to bo ridiculous.
Figuros aro given to provo that
the native population is iroll in
tho uscendanoy, and oinnot bo
changed by immigration. The as
sertion is rando that it is part of
the policy of tho present Hawaii
an government to invito troublo
with Japan in order that annexa
tion w th tho Unitod Statos muy
bo hastened. A tabulated state
ment was also submitted contrast-
J. T. WATERHOUSE
Crash suits will bo fashiona
ble this summer for men and
women. Tho material is ever
lasting and won't fado. We
havo a complete stock of
In Various Shades at Low
For summer wear wo offer
AND PIQUES SILKS
in all shades And Silk Plush
for trimming or Dress Goods.
A new lot of
12 inches square; hems assort
ed widths aro marked down be
low hard-pan prices. Wo are
not ashamed to offer these to
white terry in 18 to 36 inch
lengths unequalled quality.
TABLE DAMASK AND
Tho largest supply ever shown
in Honolulu at the price.
Light, Medium and Heavy
BLUE AND BLACK
Enough to stock any ordinary
store. A Iso
Plain or Figured 30 inches to
48 inches wide.
J. T. WATEIUN
For Seattfi, Tacoma and
The 100 Al Steamship
Will sail for the above ports on
X3T For freight or passage, apply to
THEO. H. DA VIES & CO., LD. .
614 td Agents.
Eagle -:- House
Mrs. Harry KlBmmB, - - Prop
TABLE BOAfiD THE FINEST
.... INCLUDIXO MANV ....
Palatable German Dishes.
Crayon and Water Colors
PICTURES ENLARGED AND NEATLY
From $6 00 up. Samples to be seen
at my Studio, 22 Beretaula Street.
The Honolulu Sanitarium
1082 King Street.
A Quiet, Homelike Place, where Trained
Nurses, MasBafo, "Swedish Movement,"
Baths. Klectncitv and Physical Training
may bo obtalued.
1. B. KELLoaa, M. D.,
Telephone C39. Superintendent.
Evening Bulletin- 76c per month.
Front Sydney and Sum, for Victoria nnd
VnncoitTer. It. O.I
Strar"AOItANOI" May 24
Btmr "WAIUIIMOO" Juno 24 Btmr "WA1UUUOO" Julv U
Btn"MIOWEItA" July 2lStmr'MIOWEKA" AuguiTt 18
Through TicUct.s issued from Honolulu to G'uiinrin,
United Stntcs tiutl Europe.
FBF.iailT AND rAKSKNOEIl AOENTS!
D. MoNiooll, Montreal, Canada.
ItonanT Knun, Winnipeg, Canada.
M. M, Steiin, San Francisco, Oal.
G. MoL. BnowN, Vancouver, B. O.
Oceanic Steamship Company.
Tho Fino Passenger Steamers of This Lino Will Arrive-at and
Leave This Port as Hereunder.
From San Francisco:
ALAMEDA JUNE 3d
AUSTRALIA JUNE 22d
MARIPOSA JULY 1st
AUSTRALIA JULY 20th
MOANA JULY 29th
AUSTRALIA AUG. 17th
ALAMEDA AUG. 26th
In connection with tho sailing of the abovo steamers, tho Agents
are prepared to issue, to intending passongors, coupon through
tickets by any railroad from San Francisco, to all points in tho
United States, and from Now York by any steamship line to all
For further particulars apply to
Wm. G. Irwin & Co., Limited,
General Agents Oceanic S. S. Co.
W.G.Irwin&Go.lWildcr's Skibip Cos
Western Sugar Refinery Co. of San
Baldwin Locomotive Works of PhiW
delphia, Ponn.. U. B. A.
Newell Universal Mill Co. (National
Oauo Shredder). N-w YorU. IT. S I.
N.OhUmH & Co'b Ohemical Fertilizers.
Alex Cross & Bons. high grado fortll
izors for Cano and Coffee.
Reeds Stoam Pipe Covering
Offer for Sale
Pnrufilnn Pnlnt fiVa P II Pn!n (a nml
Papers; Lucol and Liubcoaoi lu, raw.
Indurino, (a cold water paint) in white
Filter Pross Cloths, Cement, Lime and
Wm. G. Irwin & Co.
Wm. Q. Irwin, - President and Manager
Glaus Spreokels, ... Vioe-President
W. M. Qiflsrd, - Secretary and Treasurer
Theo. O. Porter, ... Auditor
AGENTS OF TUB
OCEANIC STEAMSHIP COMPANY
OF SAN F1UNOISOO. OAL.
Imported : Jewelry
Per "Australia" by
EL a. .BXAJEIT,
404 Fort Street.
Quality, Style and Finish
Repairing a specialty.
GILBERT P. LITTLE,
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
From Victoria and Vanoourer, W. C I
But and Sydneyl
Btmr "AORANGI" June U
tm" For Freight nnd Passajjo and all
General Infonnotion, apply to
THEO. H. DAVIES & CO., L'd
Aaents for the Hawaiian Islands.
For San Francisco:
MARIPOSA.... MAY 27tk
AUSTRALIA :....JUNE 2d
MOANA JUNE 24th
AU8TRAL1A JUNE 30tk
ALAMEDA JULY 22d
AUSTRALIA JULY 28tk
MARIPOSA AUG. 19th
AUSTRALIA AUG. 25tk
0. L. WIGHT, Prcs. S. B. ROBE, Seo.
Capt. J. A. KING, PortSupt.
Will leave Honolulu at 10 a. m., touching at
Lahaina, Mnnlaea Bay and Mukena the
snrae day; Mahukonn, KawaJhaoand Lau
ixilioeboe the following day, arriving at
ililo the same evening.
L1AVIB HONOLULU. ABBIVXS HONOLULU.
Friday May 28 I Friday. June4
Tuesday... .Juue 8 Tuesday.. ..June 15
Friday June 18 Friday June 25
J-aesday June2U Tuesday July 8
Returning, will leave Hilo at 1 o'clock
r, m., toucblug at Laupahoehoe, Malm
kona and Kawalhae same day; Makena,
Maalaea Day and Lahaina the following
day; arriving at Honolulu the afternoons
of 'luesday nnd Fridays.
Will call at Pohoikl, Pnna.
fmfl UVfilrtllt tvfll Via MAatvA .14..
12 noon on day of sailing.
Will leave Honolulu Tuesday at 5p.ii.i
touching at Kahnlul, Hana, Hamoaand
Kipahuiu, Maul. Bctnming arrives at
Honolulu 8nnd.iy mominirs.
Will call ut Nuu, Kanpo, on second trip
of each month.
tUaVNo Freight will be received after
p. m. on day of sailing.
This Company will reserves the right to
make changes in the tinio of departure and
arrival of its steamers without notice and
it will not be responsible for any oonse.
quences arising therefrom.
Consignees must be at the Landings to
receive their Freight; this Company will
not hold Itself responsible for freight after
it has been landed.
Live Stock only at owner's risk.
This Company will not be responsibU
for Money or Valuables of passengers
unless placed in the care of Pursers.
Passengers are requested to purchase
tickets before embarking. Those falling to
do so will be subject to an additional
charge of twenty.tive per cent.
Hotel St.. near Fort, Tel, 8C2.
JAS. P. MORGAN,
AUCTIONEER AND 8TOCK BROKER
No. 45 Queen Street.
Expert Appraisement of Real
Estate and Furniture.