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EVENING BULLETIN, JUNE 24, 1897.
Holder of water privilege, or those
pay lug wnter rates, are hereby noti
fied that the hours for irrigation jmr
poses are from 0 to 8 o'clock a. m. ami
from 4 to C o'clock l". M.
II Holders of water privileges on
the Mopes of Punchbowl hliove Green
Btreet, und in Xiiuanii Valley abovo
School Htrnet, uro hereby nolllleil that
they will not be restricted to the Irri
gation hours of 0 to 8 a. in. anil 4 to 6
p, in., but will be allowed to ImHto
whenever oufllcieut water Is available,
provided that they do not u-e the wa-'
ter for irrigation purposed for more
than four hours in every twenty-four.
rfupt. Honolulu Water Works.
Approved: J. A. Kino, Minister of
Honolulu, H. I., Juuo 17, 1897.
In accordauco with Section 1 of
Chapter XXVI of the laws of 1880:
All persons holding water privileges
or those paying water lates, are here
by not I (led that the water rates for the
term ending Decotnber 31, 1897, will
bt- due aiid p.i)ubteat the ofllceof the
Honolulu Wur Work, on the 1st
day ol July, 1S97.
All tied rates remttulng unpaid for
tlft.o'i ,ihi after the.v are due will be
subjrot to an additional 10 per rent.
U.ttes are payable at the ofllceof the
Water Works In thelvapualwa llulld-
Sup't Honolulu SVater Works.
Honolulu, -13. 1., June 15, 1897.
5l?$ Everjir Bulletip,
iJANIEL LOGAN, Editor.
THURSDAY, JUNE 24, 1807.
THE NEW TREATY.
Along with tho news of Presi
dent McKinley'a dofinite move
ment to secure Hawaiian annexa
tion thora camo an opinion from a
rather well informed source, to
the effect that tho action of the ad
ministration was only a pieco of
tactics to Bave the recipiocity trea
ty intact. This opinion shrewd
as it may be in conception, how
ever, can scarcely hold against
what is positively known hero
regarding tho nttitudo of Presi
dent McKiuloy and othors high
in the counsels of the Republican
party toward annexation. There
is good reason for having strong
faith in tho sincerity aud earnest
ness of President McKiuloy's
motive. While the President is a
stalwart politician he i no
trickster. He certuiuly would not
lend tho solemnity of a treaty to
any device for a different
objoct from its purported
design. At the same time ho is
politician enough to make ns sure
as possible of an important object
boforo committing his name aud
his fame nB a statesman to tho
peril of defeat therein. Thorofore,
it may be taken as reasonably cer
tain that beforo tho existence of
tho annexation treaty was
divulged, President McKinloy
hud 'obtained the definite
assurauco that tho measure would
recoivo tho requisito majority in
tho Souato. Where thore is
feared to bo a liability of
having tho schomo thwarted,
however, is in tho Houso
of Representatives. Should tho
popular chamber insist upon tho
- .claim to liavo ahaud in legislation
affecting tho revenue, and havo it
recognized, then the standing of
tho House upon tho question
would bo of vital importance.
But ouly an ordinary majority
, yoto of,th6-Ropro8outatives would
: bo ;i accessary, if wo understand
tho matter rightly, and for ro-
coiving such tho chances may bo
dcomod fairly bright.
Down in tho Colonies, according
to tho Now Zealand Herald, thoy
are uloaoly watching tho dispute
botwuuu Japan aud Huwuii, bo-
cmi30 thoro is no saying when
thoir legislatures may utidor pop.
ulur pressure niako exclusion laws
against tho Japanese. ''Presuming
on tho readiness of England to
light our battles for us whether
wo aro right or wrong," tho Her
ald says, "thoro are pcoplo in all
thoso colonies who talk very valor
ously of excluding tho Japancso
from our coasts." It points out,
however, that "tho day has como
in which a subject of the Emporor
of Japan must bo regarded in
theso colonies in tho samo light as
a Fronchman or a Gorman, or a
citizon of any othor nation that
would not brook an insult," aud
concludes with theso words: "This
diplomatic difforonco between Jap
an and Hawaii is oxtremoly inter
esting, for it may bo tho rolienrsnl
of an object lesson in internation
al courtesy, and national right that
other countries may havo yet to
Thoro was no ground for the
murmur heard at tho ball Tuesday
night, that tho sunburst flag of
Japan wad omitted from tho deco
rations. Upon hearing it a rep
resentative of this paper spoke to
a member of tho committee, who
forthwith pointed out Japanese
tings almost monopolizing tho
hangings in tho dining room, aud
others forming part of tho bunt
ing that bedecked tho platform of
honor in tho main hall.
Professor Barnard lately raado
another trial of his airship at
Nashville. Tho balloon was in
flated too tonbely and burst, but
tho parachute appliaucos ouabled
tho professor to land safely. With
parachute and lifeboat equipments
traveling in tho air may be mado
comparatively sufo from tho be
UiiccrlHlnllet nud n Certainty.
The attention of tho publio is
now fully occupied and diverted
in the consideration and discus
sion of several important current
and prospective happenings. An
nexation, as yot unsecure, Re
ciprocity threatened; tho coming
of tho Nauiwa, aud her missiou
after arrival; the outcome of the
war between Greece and Turkey
and, whether or no, all Europo
will eventually become involved;
the settlement of the qr.arantino
squabble aro all themes of much
conjecturo and uncertainty, and
whilo opinions aro freoly offored,
none can accurately forotell tho
outcome of any of theso matters.
Novertholess, it is becoming more
apparont, as each day passes, that
Buffalo aud Hoffbrau are tho
favonto brows, and it is gratify
ing that assurance is given that
rogular shipments of theso wholo
sorno and strengthening bever
ages can bo dopended upon, and
that 'tiny will, as heretofore, be
dispensed at tho Royal, Pacific
and Cosmopolitan Saloons, and
that tho interchangeable check
system is an established fact.
BY TOLICE AT CALLAO.
Inquiry here confirms tho sory com
ing from Lima to the effect that the
State Department has lodged a de
mand with the United States charge
of legation at Lima for the release oX
the mote of tho American bark "Uncle
John." He ra ashore on December
19 last at Cnllao, and wns arrested be
cause of his constant demand for "Rai
nier Beer." On tap or In bottles at the
Mechanics' Homo, corner Hotel
and Nuunuu streetn, lodging by
dav. weak or month. Tnrmn! 'Qfi
and 50 cents per night. $1, and
ci.u nor WMHK.
Sharkey will dofoat Mahor if
ho drinks tho now O. P. S. "Wilis
koy that is just put on tho morkot
at tho Anchor Saloon. AIeo,
Half-and-Half and Seattle Boor.
City Ourringo Co., J. 8, And.
rado. manager. If you want o
hack with good horso and care
ful driver ring up Telephone 118,
corner of Fort and Merchant
Urtwts Huok at all hours.
Printod ducks aro just ns good,
if not bettor than anything olso
for boys' shirt waists. Thoy wash
and wear woll, two vory important
considerations. Kerr has thnm in
a largo variety of pattorua atoight
yards for ouo dollar.
-fiin4mmt -fiJM- r iftmwrripj
June 22, iSgj.
The crv still is "Let us have
light." ft 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 lights we can supply 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, 3 and 4 light chan
deliers, hall lamps in antique
designs, standing and piano
lamps, 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 STHRET,
Opposite Sprockets' Bank
Noticed Is hereby given that the
undersigned J. Alfred Magoou has iIIm
trained aud levl-d upon the following
roods and chattels, the property of An
Kill, for rent duo by the said Ah Kill
to the said J. Alfred Muk'kiii and In
arrear to the amount of One Humireil
and Fifty-four Dollar for rent of cer
talu premises ou King Btreet, Hono
lulu, to wit:
Ciuiued salmon, oyfter-, sardines,
herrlugs, assorted fruits mid vegeta
bles, baking powder, ten, nee, eunie
powder, mustard, tiutililerr, listie,
tea pots, howls, plulei-, lamp, tin cup,
cooking uterifil", shins, MfH, kusiihiuI
ers, under shirts, nick, Mouklni's
cull'-, collars shoes, giove-, rlbtioti45
piece, woolen, cotton and linen eloiii,
shawls, lealyutiide uIihIiIii);, comfort
ers, chairs, nails, Oru-lies, guopowdNi,
fireworks, curry dim is, em , eonstl
tutiug the stock In t ade ot the said
And notice Is further uivon that said
goods and chattels will lit" sulci at l'uli
'1 to Auction at the auetiou room of
James F. .Morgan, on Queen Hired.
Honolulu, H. I., on THURSDAY, the
8th day of July, 18J7, at lOo'eloek a.
in , to satisfy the rent due add iu
arrear as aforesaid on the said pre
in I BOS.
041-td J. ALFRED MAGOON.
Commissioner's Sale of Valuablo
Lands situate in Kipahulu, Sis-
trict of Hana, Island of Maui.
Pursuant to ou order mode by lion A.
W. Carter, First Judge of the Circuit
Court of the First Judicial Circuit, filed
the 19th day of June, 1897, in a cause en
titled Julia Colburn nud husband versus
A. Noah Kepoikai aud others, the under
slgued will s4l at publio miction, on MON
DAY the 19th day of JUi.Y, 1897, at 12
o'clock noou, ut the niaukn outrance to the
Judiciary Building, all nud siugulnr the
following described lauds bltuulo as nforo
1. An undivided one-eighth tntorost in
tho lands at Kukuiula, said interest aggre
gating about 07 acres more or Ioks, und
being portion of lauds di-scribtd in It. 1.
Grants No 1902 and No 28GB.
2. Apauas3and4 of L O. A. 4003 at
Ilaleuiano, coutalniug 7. SO acres uioro or
3.' 11. 1'. Grant 2795 at Kaleua, contain
in;; 55.7ft acres luoro or less.
4. Ij. O. A, 4510b at said Kalcna, con
taining 0 OS acres more or less.
Theso lauds ure, or have bcon, under
oimo i ultivatiou. Deeds at expense of pur
chasers. Terms cash in U.S. Gold. For
further particulars applv to
Commissioner, at tho Judiciary lluilding.
Attention, Company A.
AllMOIIV OOMI'ANV A., N. O. II.,
Honolulu, Juno 21, 1897. J
Al'.vury Member of this Command Is
heiuby ordered to ruport at tlio Drill
Shed THIS (Thursday) V.VllNINU,
Juno 21, ut 7::W o'clock, for
012-lt Cupula Commanding,
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 KODE A REMING-TON IN EVERY RACE.
Js3F Tho Bemington is the third make of wheels that Mr. Silva hns ridden since the
beginning of his racing circer. All other wheels that ho has ridden wore two weak to
stand tho hard strain that ho inflicts. Ho invariably broko tho crank on other wheels.
Universal Stoves $ Ranges !
Tho Hest and the Cheapest !
Dandy Cook, No. 7, -1-7 inch Holes, Oven 15x17. Prioo S 8 00
Wr.sTi:itN, No. 7, -1-7 inch Holes, Ovon 10 ixl7. " lij 00
Pmzu Hange, No. 7-18, 6-7 inch Holes, Ovon 18x18 iuohos.
l'rifo T 23 00
Welcome IUnge, No. 7-18, 0-7 inoh Holes, Ovon 18x18 inches.
Price 27 00
aitoli.o Range, No. 7-18, G-7 iuch Holes, Oven 18x18 inches.
Price 30 00
Soi'Eitii Uxiveiisal Range, No. 7-18, 0-7 inoh Holes, Oven
18x18. Prico , 35 00
'FOR S ALE BY THE
Pacific Hard-ware. Co., Ltd
The GOLDEN RULE BAZAAR will
ktep eouvtatitly on baud a
guoil Hue ol
CalHliaeliHs, CotlVe Wood Sticks,
Curiuc, Eto , Etc.
IN ADDITION TO
BUnk nud Miscellaneous BooIcb.
TahlotH (or Forel; Correspondence.
Up to dute 1'apeterio, Iu the new
Prices Always the Lowest
J. M. WEBB,
No. 316 Fort Street.
Jiulhtiit, 75 'renin
Won Every Race
On June 11th and
Cycle & Manufacturing Co.,
A.gents for the Islands.
For the Wise.
Thought we had
on scarf valuos
on a dozen
our last arrivals
shows that we
So much for
Whilo they last
9 Hotel Street : : WRTeflcy BM
Agents for Dr. Ri'lmel'H Llueu-Meeh
Underwear. Bend (or Catalogue.
Wo Make Shirts to Order.
NOTARY PUBLIC and TYPEWRITER
OmcKi 03 Merchant Btroct, Onrmibcll
Illaok rear ot , J. O. Gutter' ofllec. V, O,
Mortgagee's Notice of Intention to
Foreclose and of Sale.
Notioo is hereby given that by
virtue of a power of salo contained
in that certain mortgago dated tho
29th day of September, A. D.,
1894, made by Susan Kealoha
Knupa and her husbaud, David
Kaapa, each of Honolulu, Island
of Oahu, to Francis I. Carter, of
Honolulu, recorded in the Regis
try of Convoyauces in said Hono
lulu, in Libor 151, on pages 85, 8G
and 87, tho said mortgagee in
tonds to foreclose said mortgage
for a broach of the conditions m
said mortgago contained, to wit:
tho non-paymont of the principal
and interest thereof when dua. i
Notice is also given that all and I
singular, tho lands, tenements and
hereditaments in said mortgage1
deed contained and described, will
bo sold at publio auction at the'
auction room of James F. Morgan'
situate on Queen street, in said
Honolulu, ou Monday, the 12th'
day of July, A. D. 1897, at 12
o'clock noon of said day.
Tho property covered by Baid
mortgage is thus doscribed:
All those promises situated at
Ealihi, Honolulu, Island of Oahu,
set forth and described in Iloval
Patent (Grant) No. 3300, being
lots numbered 4 and 1G of the 1.17
aores, and also the premises de
scribed as Apana 2 in Eoyal
Patont (Grant) 3083, with au
aroa of .23 oi an acre; togethor
with tho tonomonts, heroditamonts,
rights, privileges and appurte
nances theroto beloncinrr.
u"" "raui J-cuu Ul U&fJUIlSO
1' or farther particulars apply to
Thurston & Stauloy, attorneys for
FIUNOIS I. CARTER,
By hor attorneys, Thurston fc
Dated Honolulu, Juno 15, 1897.
Whon you havo a portrait en -larged
soo that you got your
monoy's worth. King Iiros. havo
reduced prices to ys.00, 80,50.
S7.50 nud 810.00 for work that
thoy guarautoo lo bo Uratoliias.
Thoy invito comparison,
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