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EVENING BULLETIN, JUNE 21, 1897.
Holders of water privilege, or those
paying water rates, are hereby noti
fied that the hours (or Irritation pur
poses are from'fl to 8 o'clock a. M and
(rout 4 to 0 o'clock v. m.
II. Holders of water privileges on
the slopes of I'tiuchbowl atiovo Greeli
street, and In Nmianii Valley above
School hln'et, are hereby notified that
they will not be restricted to iIih Irri
gation hours o( 6 to 8 11. in. and 4 to 0
p. tn., but will be nllowt-d tnlrrlgttte
whenever sufllcient water Is uvtitnble,
provided Hint they do not u-f the wa
ter for Irrigation purposes for more
than four hours In every twenty-four.
Supt. Honolulu Water Works.
Approved: J. A. Kino, Minister of
Houolulu, H. I., June 17, 1897.
In ueeordanco with Section 1 of
Chapter XXVI of the laws of 1880:
All persons holding water privileges
or those paying water rates, are here
by notified that the water rates for tho
term ending December 81, 1897, will
bf due and payublent the office of the
Honolulu Water Works, ou the 1st
dn. of July, lb7.
All -no 1 1 rates remaining unpaid for
llft.e i iiays after the) are du.) will b
siilrot l an addition il 10 per cent.
lvnii'M are payable at the office of the
V.'-iter Works lu theKapualwa Build-
IK" ANDREW BROWN,
Rup't Honolulu Water Works.
Honolulu, H. I., June 15, 1897.
JULY 4th, being establlelud as a
National Holiday under Aot 60 of the
Bo-pioii Laws of 189S, and the suuio
fulling ou Suuduy this year; MON
DAY, July 6th, will be duly observed
a suJi, and all Government Offices
throughout the Republic w III be
clo-ed ou that day
JAMES A. KING,
Minister of the Inu-rlnr.
Interior Office, Jui.e 17, l&f7. f7 3t
3i Euer;ii?$ Bulletin,
DANIEL LOGAN, Editor.
MONDAY, JUNE 21, 1897.
"Without waiving tho validity of
the Hawaiian denial that tho im
migration laws of this country are
not in derogation of tho treaty
with Japan, there is a considera
tion evon higher than nuy associ
ated with the theory of treaty
saoieduess which should come in
to the diplomatic discussion if it
has not done so. Solf-pro-sorvation
is tho first law of
nations as well as of nature. If
there is anything in tho treaty
with Jupun which can bo con
strued into making Hawaii sub
mit to extreme peril of national
existence, then the unanimous
judgment of all the people of Ha
waii, backing tho stand taken by
tho Government, should be, "So
much the worse for tho treaty." No
nation in tho world would tolerate
u treaty any longer than it should
take to have it revised, or as a last
alternative abrogated, when it id
found to be distinctly prejudicial
to important interests of .that
nation. In the United States there
is a short out to the disposition of
au obnoxious or unfavorable
treaty, shown in tho judicial deci
sion of oight years ago on tho
Chinese exclusion law. There,
tho ordinary legislation of tho
couutry governs ovor tho stipula
tions of a treaty to which it is sub
sequent in enactment. In Great
Britain & treaty that has outlived
its advantages to tho nation re
quires to bo formally denounced
prior to negotiations for its
revision. It will have
beon noticed that British
statesmen have within tho past
few wooks coldly proposed to
dennunco tho commercial treaties
-with Gormany and Belgium,
should it prove as tho question
had been raised that those com
pacts would intorfero with tho
preferential trado arrangemonts
botweon tho Mothor Country and
Canada provided for in tho now
Canadian tariff. Now, if Japan
woro, found to be taking advantago
of treaty privileges to Bond hor
subjects into this country in over
whelming numbors, especially
whilo she has a standing claim of
their eligibility to tho Hawaiian
voting franchise, surely it is a
caso where- that higher law of
solf-proscrvation might bo held as
superior to oven tho most solemn
treaty 'stipulations. In putting
forth this plea, however, as
stated at tho outset, tho denial of
tho Japanose assumption that our
immigration lawB are in contra
vention of tho treaty does not
need to be waived. It is a strong
position in itsolf, seeing that tho
Hawaiian Govornraont had not
stopped Japanese labor immigra
tion that was being introduced in
a:cordaneo with the whole oao reg
ulations therefor providod on both
sidos, under which the immigrant
was granted specific protection of
his rights in various ways cutiroly
absent in tho irregular immigra
tion that was being forced through
our gates by artificial and specu
Sixtcon cases wero on tho
calendar of tho Supremo Court
term opening today, with nearly
as muny moro awaiting complo
tion of tho appeals. A feature
worthy of mention is the fact that
the present term has begun with
out any unfinished business, as
tho decision in the Lurlino case
filed the other day was tbo last of
a batch of unfinished business.
This indicates that, except in
very extraordinary cases, tho
Supremo Court is desirous of do
aiding all cases submitted to it be
fore tho opening of a new term.
It bus certainly been a very long
time since this, the Court of last
resort, could boast of having a
new term opened without any
unfinished business on the docket.
The American pastors of Hono
lulu churches did themselves
great credit yesterday by their
special sormonB on the sixtieth
anniversary of tho reign of the
venorablo and good Queen Victo
ria. 1'IHIMHtV MI.N FIUST.
And Wnlhllci Hvcoml Prize Winner
Two pulls materialized in the
closing of tho tug-of-war tourna
ment on Saturday night. They
wero short, sharp aud decisive.
Tho Honolulu Iron Works re
Honolulu Iron Works and U.
S. S. Marion camo first on tho
boards. It was only a question of
how long the bluejackets would
hold out. Tho foundry men be
gan with a furious and protracted
spurt, which almost raised the
Marion men from thoir berth. In
two minutes tho navy paid out two
feet of cordage. Then they hauled
and gained a few inches only to
lose a foot and a half net by the
end of four minutes. The pointer
went boyoud four feet into the
iron country in another minute,
and in about oight seconds less
than six minutes from tho start
crack went the little guu.
Pakaka vs. Makaui Hoeo or
Boatboys ngaiust Moaualua was
tho next straggle. It was a des
perate one on either side from
start to finish, only with tho boat
boys altogether on tho defensive.
They had two weak men at tho lead
of tho ropo, and in fifteen minutes
the Moanaluas gathered in the
E. Mossman, manager of tho
tournament, announced that tho
third contest of tho evening was
off. It was to havo been botweon
second foundry and Waikiki
teams, but Princo David had only
boys in tho latter against men and
declined the contest. Tho first
prize of $200 was awarded to tho
Honolulu Iron Works, and tho
second of 8100 to Waikiki.
Thoro was not so largo an atton
danco as on somo provious evon-
Thoro will bo a rohoarsal of
Jubileo music at St. Andrew's
cathodral this evoning at 7:30.
NOVELTY STEEL HARNESS
This week our topic for the
consideration of the Hawaiian
public is the merits of Sh er
wood's Novelty Steel
This is really the most com
plete and wonderful thing in
the harness line ever offered to
the public. Singletrees, double
trees and traces are entirely
done away with, and a single
chain is all the coupling used
between the team and plow or
wagon, whichever may be
used. The whole arrangement
is simplicity itself, and the
price $2$ the set, well within
the reach of every teamster.
With this steel harness you
may use your old bridles, lines
and collars. It is just the thing
for plantation work. The sev
eral sets now in use in some of
the plantations give good satis
faction. We have also a very fine
stout, strong and well-made
Dump-Cart Harness in two
qualities. You would go a
long way to equal them at the
prices, viz.: 20 and $2 per
By the last steamer we re
ceived a supply of real good
Buck Whip 'Lashes, in all
lengths, for 2, 4, 6 and 8-horse
Call in and see our stock.
An inspection will well repay
you the trouble.
Hawaiian Hardware Co
NO. 307 FORT STREET,
Opposite Spreokels' Bank
To Coffee Planters
ALEXANDElt GARVIE lias oponert an
Office In London, England, at 10 Henrietta
street, opposite Bedford street, W. 0., and
is prepared to roceivo consignment'' of
COFFEE and otlior produce, mid obtain tlio
ory best market prices for enmo.
A. G. has bad b!i j cars' oxpeneuce iu
the Coilee trado in Eugland und Scotland,
aud knows tbe Loudon market thoroughly.
A. G. is also prepared to act as agent
uud bujor for all commodities suitublo for
tbe llawuiiau market.
Samples of new goods will be sent out
immediately on being piit on the London
A, G, was over tlvo years iu business iu
tbe islands first in tbo banking establish
ment of Bishop & Co., ana latterly with
tbe Uawaliau Sugar Co.
N. B. For further information, npply to
tho above address, or to Itobt. Oatton, or
W. H. Puin, Honolulu. G38 3m
THE - BOW - TON
Ice Cream Parlors,
ilotcl aud Union Streets.
"Log Cabin" and "Salt Waier" Taffy
Boston Cocotinut Cake,
Oi Initial French Boss,
lee Cream, Iced Sodas,
nires' Itoot Beer,
Etc., Etc., Etc.
G-. MILLER, Manager.
The undersigned will close their
Stores all tiny ou Wednesday, June
23; all deliveries madn Tuesday.
LEWIS & CO.,
H. MAY & CO.,
H E BIolNTYRE,
CtO-lt O. HU-l'A0E.
B. J, MAODONALI).
A. S, UUMl'UKBYS.
HUMPHREYS & MCDONALD,
Attorneys $ Counsellors.
Olllce, 113 KaaUumaiiu St., Uouolulu.
The Remington :,
Lowered the Record
In the Mile Race.
Lowered the Record
In the Half Mile Race.
The Hecord Breaker,
Rode the Mile in 2:20, and the
Half Mile in 1:7 1-2.
HE RODE A REMINGTON IN EVERY RACE.
$" Tho Remington is tho third make of wheels that Mr. Silva has ridden sincetlle
beginning of his racing cireer. All other wheels that he has ridden wero two weak to
stand tho hard strain that ho inflicts. He invariably broke tho crank on other wheels.
The Pacific Cycle & Manufacturing Co.,
Sole .Agents for the Islands.
Universal Stoves $ Ranges!
The 33est and the Cheapest !
Dandy Cook, No. 7, -1-7 inch Holes, Oven 15x17. Price S 8 00
Westeiin, No. 7, 4-7 inch Holes, Oven 1G j.xl7. " 15 00
Pnizu Range, No. 7-18, G-7 inch Holes, Oven 18x18 inches.
Prico 23 00
Welcome Ranch:, No. 7-18,0-7 inch Holes, Oven 18x18 inches.
Price 27 00
ArroLLO Range, No. 7-18, G-7 inch Holes, Ovon 18x18 inches.
Prico 30 00
Superb UniveksaIi Ranqe, No. 7-18, G-7 inch Holes, Ovon
18x18. Prico 35 00
FOR SALE BY THE
Pacific Hardware Co., Ltd
The GOLDEN RULE BAZA Alt will
keep constantly on hand a
good Hue of
Calabashes, Coffee Wood Stick",
Curio, Eto , Etc.
IN ADDITION TO
Blank and Miscellaneous Books.
Tablets for Forelgu Correspondence.
Up todate Papeterle, In the new
Prices Always the Lowest
J. M. WEBB,
No. 316 Fort Street.
The Evening Bulletin, 75 cents
Won Every Race
On June 11th and
It sceniB funny that any man
two dollars and fifty cents for a
label In a hat.
Lota of 'em do It.
The exclusive hatter
thinks It.funny too.
His hats $3.00,
Bee the humor?
Agents for Dr. Beimel's Llnen
MARY PUBLIC anl TYPEWRITER"
Omen 203 Merohant street, Campbell
Block rear of J. O. Garter's office!, P. O,
Box 33q '
Mortgagee's Notice of Intention, to
foreclose and of Salo.
Notice 18 hnrflhv m'rnn flint Ku
virtue of a power of salo contained
in that certain mortgage dated the
29th day of September, A. D.,
1894, made by Susan Kealoha
Kaapa and hor husband, David
Kaapa, each of Honolulu, Island
or uauu, to 1'rancis.L Carterrof
Honolulu, recoided in tho Regis
try Of CoUVQVfinCPR in Hnirl Rnnn.
lulu, in Liber 161, on pages 85 8G
anu o, tuo said mortgagee in
tends to foreolose said mortgago
for a breach of the conditions in
said mortgage contained, to wit:
me non-payment or. tho principal
and interest thereof when du.
Notice is also PlVPn Mint nit And
singular, the lands, tenements and
hereditaments in said mortgage
deed contained and described, will
De soia at publio auction at tho
auction room of .TnmpR V. Mnmnn
situate on Queen street, in said
Honolulu, on Monday, the 12th
aay or. juiy, a. jl. IcW, at 12
o'clock noon of said day..
Tho Dronertv nnvnrnr) hv mM
mortgage is thus described:
All those premises situated at
Kalihi, Honolulu, Island of Oahu,
sot forth and described in Eoval
Patent (Grant) No. 3300, boing
lots numbered 4 and 1G of tho 1.17
acres, and also tho nrnmiono (in
scribed as Apana 2 in Royal
ratent (trraut) 3033, with an
area of .23 or an acre; together
with tho tonomonts, hereditaments,
rights, privileges and appurte
nances thoroto belonging.
Terms Cash. Deed at expense
lor further particulars apply to
Thurston & Stanley, attorneys for
FRANCIS I. CARTER,
By hor attorneys, Thurston &
Dated Honolulu, Juno 15, 1897.
Gonorul Manager of
The Equitable Life Assurance Society
Qf the Unitod States for the Hawaiian
Owoh; Merchant street, 'Honolului
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