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KVKNINO BULLETIN, JUNK I), 18117.
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v WEDNESDAY, Juno 1!:), 1807,
olug tlio day not apart by llur
ltritanuio Majesty's Commissioner
arid CoiiHul-Oeuutnl for the cole-
rtioti of tlio Queen's Diamoud
Jubfloe, notice is liuruby givou
tlml tyu tmuio will bo obscrvt'il ns
n Public Holiday, iiml nil Govern-
lnont ollleos throughout tlio Ito-
pnhlio ot linn nil will bo closed on
that day. JAS. A. KING,
Minister of tho Interior.
Iutorior Olllce, Juuo 8, 1897.
DANIEL LOGAN, Editor.
WEDNESDAY, JUNE 9, 1897.
Iu au artiole on "Manifest Des
tiny," roviewing tlio opinions
thereon of the famous Frenchman
named, the San Francisco Chro
nicle opons with this remark:
"The views of M. Clemehceau up
on tho manifest destiny of tho
North American continent are in
teresting, but few will go so far
as he does in the belief that the
coutrol of this great territory
will eventually be taken by
tho 'United States." The writer
then discusses different American
countries in detail relative to the
question and thus concludes:
"English-speaking America un
der the Stars and Stripes is mani
fest destiny without any violent
assumptious. As for tho remain
der of this political homiBphcro
with the solo exception of Hawaii,
let it work out its own salvation,
itb free htates meanwhile secure
under the tugis of tho Monroe
doctrine." One would judge from
this that even the Chronicle would
favor annexing as au alternative
to abandoning Hawaii for another
nation than the United States to ac
quire. This alternative might be
presented sooner than tho laissez
faire people represented by the
Russia insists on tho right of
discretion as to foreigners who
nro to be admitted even to travol
on her soil. Tho recent refusal
of admission to a wealthy Cali
forniau, a native of Russia, has
been made the subject of a ques
tion in tho United States Souato.
That Russia maintains such a
position is admitted by Secretary
Sherman, who says no change can
bo made without negotiations.
This sustainod policy of Russia
regarding aliens would seem to
have a bearing on the dispute be
tween Japan and Hawaii, which
wise men in authority both hero
and at Washington may not have
difficulty iu discovering.
There is no utility in disoussing
tho chances of reciprocity at this
stage of the gauio and distance
from Washington. It simply re
mains to bo seen whether Presi
dent McKinloy's warm message of
friendship for Hawaii moans any
thing or nothing. Notwithstand
ing all that may bo said by tho
spokesman of sectionil or selfish
interests, in the tariff discussion,
ogaiust tho Hawaiian treaty, there
is not a man in Gougress who has
fully investigated tho question but
knows, that the United States re
ceives full valuo for nil she gives
in the reciprocal arrangement.
Accordiug to a recent decision
of tho United States Supremo
Court, tho Interstnto Commerce
Act is strict enough to forbid a
robato on boor to pay for drayago,
such boing held to bo disorimiua.
When you have a portrait en
larged boo that you got your
iiionoy'fl worth. King Bros. Iiavo
reduced prices to S5.00, SG.GO,
$7.00 and S10.00 for work that
they guarautoo to bo iirstclass.
Thoy invito comparison.
ntivi:i a hi: iNVi.xenii.r.
Ilirj M 11 mrr thi ' Amrilnii
Thuro was a largo ciovul in
Bristol's pavilion Inst night to sco
tho tugs of war. Three finoly
contested mntolios mndo up tho
First catnn U. S. S. Marion and
Makaui Keoti teams. At the first
Bottling dowiij ou tho crack of tho
pistol, tho natives gained an inch
or two of rope, and never allowed
tho longor end to their opponents
afterward. By ropeated spurtiug
tho Marion lads wero pulled a foot
inside of ten minutes. Then soon
auothor foot was gained, but soino
of tho ropo had to come back into
tho navy yard. Xlioro wero
repoated tueslos with tho
indicator fluctuating botweeu
ouo foot and two and a half
feet for tho native welfare,
until, nt the ond of half an hour,
the Hawaiians with n pull alto
gothor broke all resistance and tho
Marion team hud to pay out the
rest of the hawsor. The official
titno was 31 minutes.
Next was Hawaiiau against Ha
waiian, the teams being Waikiki
and Honolulu Iron Works It
was for tho most part a waiting
match and very stubborn until
tho laBt minuto. The teams wore
well matohod, and thoro was a
strong expectation that Waikiki
would prevail. Not three inches
either way did tho rope move tho
first half hour, and it was raoro
hold than haul most of the time.
It looked iu the final result ob if
tho irou men had feigned that tir
ed feeling, their coachor giving
them more water inside ami out
side thau spurts. While Waikiki
was suoozing, however, tho wiry
foundry men arose like giants
and, with a rapid succession of
spurts, drew iu the requisite five
feet of ropo quicker than tho
marker could show ou tho scale.
The titno was 4b' minutes.
Lastly came a team from the U.
S. S. Philadelphia and the Pakaka
or boatboys' team. Tho Americans
wore of lino physique, uniformly
large in build. Ihoy seemed to
bo in tho pink of conditiou. The
natives wore more varied in
size and weight. Their lead
ing man was slender but siuowy,
and their auchor mau must have
weighed 250 pounds at least. At
the first settlement the Americans
hold an inch to tho good, and, in
frequent struggles, gained seven
to nine inches. Now and thon
tho natives would recover one
to two iuches by a terrific
strain, and it gradually camo to be
seen that tho Philadelphia mou
found holding safer than hauling.
There was far lees lying down on
the ropo, however, thau in either
of the preceding matches. At 45
minutes the naval JiuIb heaved
again, good and strong, tho result
being a foot more rope on thoir
ond. Everybody could namo tho
winners then, but ovorybody was
mistaken. Tho natives suddenly
threw themselves back and in a
tremendous burst of power re
covered their entire loss. Scarcely
waiting to take breath, but inspir
ed by their advantage and tho
loud obeers of their friends, they
went at it again und again. Every
time told a foot and, faster thau
the account can be written, tho
Americans yielded up tho rest
of tho hemp. It was done
in 52 minutes. Both tho
American and the Hawaiian an
chor men wore completely used
up, tbo big native fainting dead
away in the moment of victory.
Contestants for the next tugs,
on Saturday evening, are announc
Thero aro two reasons why
people aro now paying car faro
all tho way from Waikiki to tho
Palama Grocery aud back. Reason
1. It is tho only placo on tho
Islands whore tho colobrated Sal
vation Army tea is sold. Reason
2. After payiug car faro both
ways patrons fiud thoy aro money
iu pocket by dealiug at this "live
and let live" establishment. Wo
also deliver goods between Dia
mond Head aud Moanalua frco.
Opposito Railway depot, King
street. Tol. 755.
Don't bo porsuadod to accopt
what is not roally good in en
larged portraits, just bocauso you
liavo givon nn ordor for ono.
Kiug Bros, will givo you somo
thing infiuitoly better and cheap
or than you can get auywhoro olso
California State Analyst.
Royal Baking Powder is Superior
to all in Purity and Strength.
" For purity and care in preparation the Royal
Baking Powder equals any in the market, and
our test shows that it has greater leavening
power than anyof which we have any knowledge."
Prof, ChimUtry, Uitlimiljr ef&lifiniti.
Analyst California State Board of Health, etc., etc.
No careful housekeeper can afford to
use any baking powder but Royal.
POLICE COUNT MITTKIIS.
Jndco Wllcnx nlaprtmea Jnallfe Tem
pered With DUcrellou ami Mrrcy.
In the police court this morning
Judge Wilcox made short work of
a rathor long calendar.
Five Chinese gamblers wore
fined S10 ouch and a number of
Tung Han wua arraigned for
perjury in giving cortaiu testimo
ny iu Judge Carter's court on tho
trial of a cause, which testimony
is alleged to have been wilfully
false. By consent of counsel en
gaged in the case Tung Han re
served his plea and his caso was
continued to June 29.
Three Japanese, accused of as
sault and battery, were discharged
and ouo solitary Japanese drunk
Kuioni is a Hawaiian foraalo
who pleaded guilty to being a
gross cheat. Seutonco suspended.
Wong Lura was accused of be
ing found on the premises of J.K.
Kalanianaole at Pauoa valloy ear
ly this morning without lawful
excuse. The owner of tho pro
mises testified that with three
others ho wont on watch at 4
o'clock this morning to look for
maraudors. About 7 o'clock the
defendant was found under some
mango trees aud given into custo
dy. The Court sent him into re
tirement for the next ten days.
Kawika was sout to jail for 24
hours for kicking upa disturbance
ou Queeu street ou Saturday uight
aud Ah Choou got 30 days ior
opium in possession.
Till: 8hCO.NO COMlllKMAI'ION.
Proceeding at Hie Hnctliic Held nl
Nt. Andrew' LiinI Kcnlni;.
Thoro was a largo atteudunce at
tho mooting of the Second Con
gregation of St. Andrew's cathe
dral last evening to consider the
propositions advanced by vice
dean Usborno looking to tho con
solidation of tho twocongregations
now worshiping in the cathedral.
Key. Alex. Mackintosh presided.
After tho reading of an agreement
embodying the terms proposed by
Mr. Usborne and some discussion
thereon they were unanimously
accepted subject to certain condi
tions which tho Bishop of Hono
lulu will be asked to accede to on
his return from England. These
conditions aro mainly that tho
Bishop should resign thodeanship
of tho cathedral, and bo promoted
Mr. Mackintosh to that position.
Many people think there is littlo
likelihood that tho Bishop will
accede to tho terms of the agrea
ment, in which case it becomes
IliiKtflo und I'liuctom,
Gus Schuman begs to inform
tho public that ho has on hand a
fino now lino of Surroys, Buggies,
Phaetons, Road Wagons and Carts;
Doublo and Sitmlo Uumiv, Ex
press and Hack Harness made
specially for the Hawaiian trade.
Those goods aro now on exhibi
tion at tho Club Stables.
Printed ducks aro just as good,
if not hotter than anything else
for boyB1 shirt waists. They wash
and wear well, two very important
considerations. Korr has them in
a largo variety of patterns atoight
yards for ono dollar.
HOUSEHOLD AND DAIRY.
The long continued drouth
of this year has necessarily
affected dairies, especially on
this island, and its continuance
bids fair to seriously affect the
milk supply. Consequently it
behooves dairymen to be more
economical than ever in order
to make both ends meet before
the next rainy season. In no
way can economy be practised
to better advantage than in
using the Alpha-De Laval
Cream Separators. Here
are a few of the advantages to
be gained from their use:
1. Save 10 percent, to 50
percent, in skimming. 2. Save
$ percent, to 10 percent, in
churning, h Increase butter
value $ percent, to $0 percent.
4. Save time and labor. $. Save
ice and water. 6. Insure purity
of product. 7. Remove tuber
culosis and disease germs.
8. Give a much superior cream.
9. Give cream of any desired
density. 10. Give warm, fresh,
sweet skim-milk. 11. Obviate
"scours" in calves. 12. Give
the best aeration. 13. Do away
with taints and odors. 14. En
hance keeping qualities. 1$.
Save women's and housework.
16. Save one-half time in
churning. 17. Save storing and
handling of ice. 18. Save milk
and ice-houses. 19. Save mul
titude of utensils. 20. Save
washing and care of utensils.
We have just made arrange
ments with the agents by
which we can sell this Separa
tor cheaper than ever.
Hawaiian Hardware Co.
NO. 307 FORT STREET,
Opposite Spreokels' Bank
Notice is hereby given that
no person except the under
signed is authorized to act for
or collect money on account of
T. E. Cowart and J. H. Kirk
patrick, in the Hawaiian Isl
ands. J. Awkkd Maqoon,
Attorney-in-fact by 11. S.
During tny nlscnco from tlio Ha
waiian Islauild Mr. W. M. award will
uut for niu uudur full iownr of Attor
ney. W. a IIUYIN,
Honolulu, June 1, lbl)7. O'JS lw
Universal Stoves $ Ranges!
Tho 13osfc and tho Cheapest 1
Dandy Cook, No. 7, 1-7 inch Holos, Ovon 13x17. Prico 8 8 OU
Wkstkkn, No. 7, 1-7 inch Holes, Oven 10 Jxl7. " 1G 00
Pitizii Hanoi:, No. 7-18, 0-7 inch Holes, Oven 18x18 inches.
Prion 23 00
Wulcomi: Hanoi:, No. 7-18,0-7 inch Holos, Oven 18x18 inches.
Prico 27 00
A1TOM.0 Hanoi:, No. 7-18, 0-7 inch Holes, Ovon 18x18 inches.
Prico 30 00
SurEitii UKivttisAii Hanoi:, No. 7-18, 0-7 inch Holes, Oven
18x18. Prico 35 08
FOB SALE BY THE
Pacific Hardware Co, Ltd
S. W. LEDKItEU, I V
Jast Received at the I
American and Hawaiian Flags
All Sizea iu Bunting,
KT Now and First-closa SECOND HAND
The GOLDEN ItULB BAZA Alt will
kiep coiicturit 1 on hand a
go. Ill lluu of
Calabashes, Coffee Wood Stick',
Curloe, Etc , Etc.
IN ADDITION TO
Blank and Miscellaneous Books.
Tablets for Forelgu Correspondence.
Up to-date Pupelerie, In llie new
Prices Always the Lowest
J. M. WEBB,
No. 316 Fort Street.
help to brhiK us
closer to you.
Generous Iu the
determination to get
only best fabrics.
Generous In the
use of it.
Generous In paying
Generous in squeezing
prices to the
Generous in buying
baok what isn't satisfactory.
Pretty liberal place
to trade this.
9 Hotel Street
We Make Shirts to Order.
F. H REDWARD,
Contractor and Builder.
Offices nnd Stores fitted up nd
Estimates xtveu ou
ALL KINDS OF WORK.
r Office and Bbop: No. 619 Fort street,
idjolnlnK W. W. Wrist's Carriage Shop.
During tho temporary absence of
our Mr. V. G. Irwin from these Isl
ands, Mr. K I. Spaldlug will act un
der Power of Attorney for the Bank
ol Claua Bpreuktda & On.
Honolulu, June 'J, 1607.
OLAUH SPHECKKL6 & CO,
Corner K!ur nnd Nun
X h a New Stoak of
''ilk and Cotton-.
FORNirUBE of all kinds cold cheap for
Tho construction is upon the
most nclvanced priuciploa of thd
Art of Fiano manufacture; and no
pains or expense huvo beon spared
to not oiily Bolidly construct, but
to so apply tho various parts that,
besides their wonderful singing or
tone-producing power, thoy would
stand well in tune and iu all cli
mates. The qualities of thoso Pi
anos are Durability, Streelntss of
Tone with great power, Singing or
tone - carrying capacity, Iivenncsi
throughout the Scale, and Standing
Tho "jEoliaii" Pedal, or "tono
muillor," is intended for tho uso
of beginners and students of tho
Piano-Forto. By its use, ono de
rives nil the boneiits of touch,
while doing away with tho noise
or monotonous toiio producod in
tlio practise of bcales, chords or
chromatics, which is so annoying
to tho listener, and of no advan
tage to the performer. It also
saves tho hummers from unneces
sary wear, thereby prolonging tho
life of the instrument for many
We are now offering thoso ele
gant Pianos on tho most favorable
terms. Parties contemplating pur
chasing a Piano will do well to
investigate the merits of the
Administrator's Sale of
By order of the Hon. A. Perry, Se
cond Judfie of tho Circuit Court of the
Flist Circuit, the uuderi-iKned Is au
thorized to bell at Public Auction all
of tho right, title and Interest of the
lute Arthur P. Peterson, deceased, In,
aud to Four Shares In the Hul Land
of Witlkane, Oahu, to tho highest bid
der, at 12 o'clock noon, on the 22nd
day ol June, A. D 1807, at the Court
Hou.'o Alliolaul Hale in Honolulu.
Terms: Cash. Deed-i at purchaser's
.... A- v- GEAR,
Administrator of llm TCjiuio nt A n
Peterson, deceased. 628td!
MARY PUBLIC and TYPEWRITER t
Orricui 208 Merchant street, Campbell
Block rear. o J. O, Qart'H office, P. O,
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