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KVENJ.NG BULLETIN, JUNE 22, 1897.
Holders ot water privilege?, nr those
paying water rates, are hereby uotl
fled Unit the hours for Irrigation pur
pose are from 6 to 8 o'clock a. m uud
from 4 to 0 o'clouk v. M.
II. Holder.) of water privileges ou
the sloped of Punchbowl above Green
street, ami hi Nuuatiii Valley above
Bohool iret, are hereby uotllled that
they will not be rebtrlcted to the Irri
gation hours of 0 to 8 a. m. and 4 to 0
p. in., but will be allowid to Irrlgato
whenever sufficient water I available,
provided that they do not u-e the wa
ter for Irrigation purposed tor more
(hail four hours In every, twenty-four.
Supt. Honolulu Water Works.
Approved: J. A. Kino, Minister of
Honolulu, H. I., Juuo 17, 1897.
In accordance with Section 1 of
Chapter XXVI of the laws of 18S0:
All persons holding water privileges
or those paying water rates, are here
by uotllled that the water rates for the
term ending Dectiiuber 81, 1897, will
bt- dliH and payable at the ofllce of the
Honolulu Water Works, on the 1st
day of July, 1897.
All such rates remaining unpaid for
fifteen days after they are due will be
8ilbeut to au additional 10 per cent.
Rales are payable at the ofllce of the
Water Works lu thoKapualwa Build-
Sup't Honolulu Water Works.
Honolulu, H. I., June 1G, 1897.
I?? Euerir Bulletin,
DANIEL LOGAN, Editor.
TUESDAY, JUNE 22, 1897.
British residents will feel that
they have dono their duty if
through thoir efforts evoiyhotly,
especially the young people, have
a good time" tomorrow. It is
something for a child of any
nationality to remember for life
that ho or sho helped to celebrate
the longest reign of any sovereign
of tho British Empire up till this
Thero is only space left to say
that tho news from Washington is
highly promising of an oarly close
to the long period of waiting for
the inevitable destiny of Hawaii,
when theso beautiful isles will
have attained their natural resting
place forever in tho political
President Dole's wiso words to
tho graduating class of the High
Sohool are given complete in this
F.xtra 'r tor Hie Bull.
Tho following arrangements
have been made by the Tramways
Company for tho convenience of
those attending the ball. There
will bo a 15-minuto service be
tween Palama and Independence
Park during the early part of the
evening until the 9.47 car from
Palama. Cars will leave Inde
pendence Park for town at 8
minutes and 38 minutes past every
hour continuously uutil tho close
of the ball; and for Nuuanu Val
lcyat 10:38, 12 o'clock, and at tho
Thoro was no hearing in tho
Su promo Court today.
J. A. Dower will launch tho
now sloop yacht "Jubilee" toraor-'
Henry Smith issues a notice of
floininiHHioQfi'rt oulo of valuable
lai'ita in H;um, Maui.
J. Alfrod Mogoon gives notice
of a landlord's solo under dis
traint for rent of u storo.
Tho dosing exercises of Oahu
Onllpgo will be held Thursday
r-wuing, whou all fripnds will be
wplcorae nt Pauahi hull.
Tho Fireworks Committee for
tho Fonrth of July had $75
ti-ight to pay this morning for
fireworks received on tho Austra
lia. They" have now over 2U00
pi'H'OB, requiring tho services of
about litty mou to set oiF.
LATEST FOREIGN NEWS
TREATY BETWhKN HMITAIN ASH
Turkey l ThlrMlne for More niftoil
Trial or Itutlrr HIrU at
By tho burning of tho immi
grant station at Ellis Island, N.Y.,
on Juno 15, tho United States
loses proporty valued at 8780,000.
It is feared that Barnoy Harna
to's death will produco a financial
panic, as millions woro invested
in Kaffir securities on his advice.
Natives at Mashowing, Africa,
attacked tho polico camp and kill
ed six of tho police. Part of tho
native troops in tho Congo Free
State have revolted and murdered
a brother of Baron Dhanis and 21
President McKiuloy has been
unofficially informed that Weyler
will bo withdrawn and a concilia
tory policy be adopted in Cuba.
Should things prove otherwise,the
President is likely to send an ul
timatum to Spain.
Bornev Baruato, the "diamond
king" of South Africa, committed
suicide by jumping overboard
from tho steamship Scott, on voy
age from Capo Town for South
ampton. His wifo was ou the
ship. liarnato's origin is obscure,
but it is most generally believed
that ho was the son of a poor
Hebrew in the East Eud of Lou
"While tho carriago of President
Fauro of France was passing a
thicket in the Bois do Boulogne,
Paris, Juno 11, a bomb exploded
near. Nobody was iujured. The
bomb was a piece of tubing charg
ed with powder and swan shot. A
man named Gallot was arrested
ou suspiciou. In tho thickot was
found a pistol inscribed, "Mort a
Felix Fauro," also a newspaper
with an insulting articlo on the
Presidont and a cartoon. The cul
prit is supposed to bp either a
madman or a practical joker.
Lord Lamington, Governor of
Queensland, in his speech open
ing the Legislature, expresses the
hope that the Pacific cable scheme
will bo carried into effect at a
very early date.
Tho final ratification of tho
boundary arbitration treaty be
tween Great Britain and Vene
zuela was made at tho State De
partment, Washington, June 14.
Both countries will now have to
prepare their cases for arbitra
tion. Five hundred uion have beon
drowned in a gale oil tho China
Governor Budd has reprieved
Durraut until July 0.
Jacob Dolson Cox of Ohio has
been selected by Presidont Mc
Kiuloy as Minister to Spain.
There is a hitch in peace nego
tiations, and a suspicion that
Turkey is thirsting for more
bloodshed. A proclamation has
been issued to tho effect that ter
ritory gained by tho sacrifice of
Ottoman blood could not, under
the Ottoman law, bo surrendered.
The Powers show no weakening,
however, in tho stipulation that
Turkey shall not annex Thes
saly. Commauder George E. Wiugate,
U. S. N., of tho Charles
ton Navy Yard, is dead. He was
born in Portsmouth, N. H., in
1837, and had beon in tho servico
Sharkey and Mahor's fight was
doolared a draw. After beiug
knocked down in the seventh
round Sharkey discarded all rules.
Tho police invaded tho ring and
in ado wholesale arrests. Sharkey
is going to Ireland.
Thero was a sharp tilt on tho
sugar schedulo in tho Senato on
tho 14th, between Hour of Massa
chusetts and Tillman of South
Carolina. An amendment to place
all sugars on tho same basis whs
rejected, 2G to '20.
The trial of Frank Butler, who
is suspected of killing fourteen
men and perhaps many more, be
gan at Sydney on Juuo 14, on tho
charge of niurdming Captain Lee
Wollor whilo prospecting with
him last September near Sydney.
A petition on bohalf of Cuba,
wound on a wheel and said to
contain six million signatures,
was presented to tho Houbo of
Representatives on the 14th. It
had beon in circulation through
tho United Slates six months.
line 22, rSgy.
The cry still is "Let us have
light." It is true we have got
a lamp at the boat landing in
the last few days but we want
more. We want lights along
the Waikiki road and out round
the park and lots of other
places frequented by cyclists.
If the government can't afford
electric liehts we can suddIv a
sufficient number of the Dietz
Street Lamps to do the busi
ness. These are cheap and
don't burn much oil and are
not affected by rain or wind.
For a big stable or large
lanai there is no better lamp
than the Dietz a large lamp
made especially for the pur
pose. It throws out a brilliant
and steady light, is cheap and
an economical oil consumer.
We have a big lot of barn
and stable lamps and lanterns
of various sizes and makes on
For the house we carry a
line of 2, ) and 4 light chan
deliers, hall lamps in antique
designs, standing and piano
amps, etc., etc.
In all the above lines of
goods we have made a big
reduction in price and house
keepers will do well to call and
examine our stock.
Hawaiian Hardware Co
NO. 307 FORT STREET,
Opposite Sprockets' Bank
Noticed Is hereby given that (be
undersigned J. Alfred AI brood lias ill
tralued and levltd upon the following
noods and eliuttelf, tlie property of Ah
Kul, for rent due by the said Ah Kul
to the said J. Alfred Maroon and lu
arrear to the amouut of One Huuireii
and Fifty-lour Dollar for rent of cer
tain premise! ou KltigBtieet, Hono
lulu, to wit:
Canued Halniou, oysters, sarilines,
herrings, unriirteil fimti and vegeta
bles, baking powder, tea, rice, uurile
powder, niUHlard, tumblers, dlshen,
tea putt, bnwlF, pltttei-, lump-, tin cupa,
cooking lUelif III-, tthlilM, lice, rUHpeoil
era, under Hlilrif, i-oi'ke, Btoukluits,
cull-, collar, nhoes, glove", i iltoiib 45
pieced, wooleo,cut(oii ami linen eliltli,
uliawln, reaJymude oloihing, comfort
ers, chair, nulla, iiru-lita, gunpowder,
tire works, curry oouititi, etu., coustl
tutlin? the block lu trade of the said
Aim notice Is further givou that nald
goods and chattels will be sold at Pun
Jlu Auutiou at the uuetlou rooui of
James F. Morgau, on Queen Htreet,
Houolulu, H. I., on THURSDAY, the
8th day of July, 1897, at 10 o'clock a.
in , to satisfy tho reut due and lu
arrear as aforesaid on the said pre
in I res.
041-td J. ALFRED MAGOON.
Commissioner's Sale of Valuable
Lands situate in Hipahulu, Dis
trict of Hana, Island of Maui.
Pursuant to au ordor made by lion A.
W. Curler, First Judge ot the Circuit
Court of the First Judicial Circuit, filed
tliu lOtli day of Juuo, 1897, in n cause eu
titled Julia Colburn and husband versus
A. Noah K-p iki and others, the under
signed will si 11 at pulilio miction, on MON
DAY thu 10th day of JULY, 1897, at 12
o'clock noon, tit tho umukn entrance 'o the
Judiciary Building, nil and singular the
fallowing descrihud lauds hitua e a-t afore
1. Au undivided one-eighth interest In
the lauds nt Kultuiuli, said Interest aggre
gating about 07 acres more or lets, and
being portion of lauds ilt-scribcd in It. 1'.
Grants No 1902 and No 29GH.
2. Ananas 3 and 4 of L 0. A. 4003 at
Ualeuiimo, containing 7.30 ucres woro or
.'). It. r. Grout 2795 at Knlena, contain
ing r5,"f ucrex more or less.
4. L 0, A. 4510b nt said Kulena, con
taining 5 C8 iicies more or less.
These lauds uro, or have been, under
one tultlvntlon. Pteds nt eipense of pur
chubero. Tc'rnis cash in U.S. Quid. For
further particulars apply to
Commissioner, at the Judiciary Tluilding.
A crazy uativo chases young
school children on Beretania
street. Mr. Korr rescued two little
pirls) who woro seared Hourly out
of their senses, from his nnuoy
nnco this morning. Tho uttou
tinn of (hn Marshal is remiostod
' to the case.
Lowered the Record
In the Mile Race.
Lowered the Record
In the Half Mile Race.
The Record Breaker,
Rode the. Mile in 2:20, and the
Half Mile in 1:7 1-2.
HE RODE A REMINGTON IN EVERY RACE.'
3T Tho Remington is tho third make of wheels that Mr. Silva has ridden since tho
beginning of his racing ctreer. All other wheels that ho has ridden woro two weak to
stand the hard strain that ho inflicts. He invariably broke tho crank on other wheels.
Universal Stoves $ Ranges!
The Best and the Cheapest !
Dandy Cook, No. 7, 4-7 inch Holes, Ovon 15x17. Price 8 8 00
Westebn, No. 7, 4-7 inch Holes, Oven 1G ixl7. " 15 00
PitlZE Hanqe, No. 7-18, 6-7 inch Holes, Oven 18x18 inches.
Price 23 00
Welcome Range, No. 7-18, (5-7 inch Holes, Oven 18x18 inches.
Price 27 00
ArroLLO Range, No. 7-18, 6-7 inch Holes, Ovon 18x18 inches.
Price ,.-.. 30 00
SurEKii Universal Range, No. 7-18, 6-7 inch Holes, Ovon
18x18. Price 35 00
FOR SALE BY THE
Pacific Hardware Co., Ltd
The GOLDEN RULE BAZAAR will
keep cotiatuutly on band a
good Hue of
Calabashes, Coffee Wood Sticks,
Curios, Etc , Etc.
IN ADDITION TO
Blank anil Miscellaneous Books.
Tiiblets for Foreign Correspondence.
Uptmhitu Papeterlo, In the new
Prices Always the Lowest
J. M. WEBB,
No. 316 Fort Street
The Evening liulletin, 76 cents
Won Every Race
On June 11th and
Cycle & Manufacturing Go,,
A - gents for the Islands.
It seems funny tbat any man
two dollars and fifty cents for a
label lu abut.
Lots of 'em do It. ,
The exclusive hatter
thinks it funny too.
His bats 5.00,
Oil in, (2.60.
See the humor?
Agents for Dr. Delinel'H Llnen
NOTARY PUBLIC anfl TYPEWRITER
OmcKi i!03 Merchant streot, Giwmibell
Bloci rear of J. O. Cartels office, V. O.
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Mortgagee's Notico of Intention to
Forecioss and of sale.
Notice is hereby given that by
virtue of a poworof sale contained
in that certain mortgage dated the
29th clay of September, A. D.,
1894, mmle by Susan Kealoha
Kaapa and hor husbaud, David
Kaapa, each of Honolulu, Island
of Oahu, to Francis I. Oartor, of
Houolulu, recorded in tho Regis
try of Convoyauces in said Hono
lulu, in Liber 151, ou pages 85, 86
and 87, tho said mortgagee in
tends to foreclose said mortgage
for a breach of the conditions in
said mortgage contained, to wit:
tho non-payment of the principal
and interest thoreof when dua.
Notice is also given that all and
singular, the lands, tenements and
hereditaments iu said mortgage
deed contained and described, will
be sold at publio auction at. the
auction room of James F. Morgan
situate on Queou street, in said
Honolulu, on Monday, the 12th
day of July, A. D. 1897, at 12
o'clock noon of said day.
The property covered by said
mortgage isthus described:
All thoso' -promises situated at
Ealihi, Honolulu, Island of Oahu,
set forth and described in llovul
Patent (Grant) No. 3300, being
lots numbered 4 and 1G of tho 1.17
acres, and also the premises de
scribed as A'paua 2 in Royal
Patent (Grant) 3083, with an
area of .23 of au aero; togethor
with tho tenements, hereditaments,
rights, privilegos and appurto
nanoos thereto belonging.
Terms Cash. Deed at osponso
For further particulars apply to
Thurston & Stanloy, attorneys for
FRANCIS I. CARTER,
By her attorneys, Thurston &
Dated Honolulu, Juno 15, 1897.
When you have a portrait on -larged
soo that you get your
monoy'a worth. King Bros, havo
reduced prices to 85.00, SGCO,
S7.50 and 810.00 for work that
they guurauteo to bo firBtolass.
They tuvito comparison.
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