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WHfJ I I M I IHMWUMMy
llolilnrs of water privilege, or thoe
pnylnp water rule, uru hereby notl-th-d
that llw lintiM Cor Irritation pur
pose nro from il to S o'clock a. m hiuI
from 1 10 8 o'olork 1". St.
II. Holder of water privilege on
the Mopes of I'unohbnwl iitmvo Uleeli
Htreet, mill In Nuunini Vulley nlmvu
dclio.)l street, arc hereby no'lllt-it Hint
they will tint bo restricted to the Irri
gation hour1! of 0 to 8 . li), mill I to fl
. tu., but will bo ullnweii to trtlyito
wlienevor sulHclont water Ih uvnllnble,
jirovttioil that they douot me tho wa
ter for Irrigation purposes for mote
thnu four hours In every twenty-four.
riupt. Honolulu Waterworks.
Approved: J. A. Kino, Mluisterof
Honolulu, H. t., June 17, 1897.
In airnnlnnco with Section 1 of
Chupter XXVI of the laws of 18S0:
All peruun holding water privileges
or those paying water rates, nro here
by muillul th-vt tliewiiter rates for the
term ending December 31, 1897, will
b. iliu- and p'ty tiblent the olllce of the
Honolulu ViUr Wnrkf, on llio 1st
day of Jul , 1S')7.
All pilch rates remaining unpMdfor
flft'i'ti uiyu uftT they are due will bn
sulilti't to an ml lltloiml 10 per cent.
Hii'e tire puyablo ut tho otlico of the
Water Works in thoKapualwa IJulld.
Sup't Honolulu Water Works.
Honolulu, II. I., Juno 1C, 1897.
035 Ut ,.,, .
St?? Eveqipg Bulletin,
DANIEL, LOGAN, Editor.
FRIDAY, JUNE 23, 1897.
THE GOLDEN RULE.
..Tiip-iu would gain a now title
to be called tho Groat Britain of
tho Orient, if sho succeeded iu
forcing cheap sako on tho Hawai
ian Islands. It would bo a paral
lel to the forcing of opium on
China for which tho moralists
luivo never tired in abueitig tho
British Government. If Japan
would apply tho poldou rulo to
her relntiouB with Hawaii, bIio
would uot bo long in (iudiug that
her claims agniufit this country
wpro ill advised. Suppose that
Hawaii had an ounllowiag popu
lation for which an outlut was
nffoided iu Japan, but that after
tho tide was llowing that
way for some time, under
domestic regulations of Japan, it
ur-ro found becoming of too great
fd'ima for bufe accommodation.
A" I that then Japan, for her own
uRtional self-protection, (should
insist that tho regulations raou
tioued must bo strictly couetrued
and enforced. Would Japan under
such circumstaucos admit any
claim of Hawaii that Japan must
accept just as large a volume of
emigration as might proceed fiom
Hawaii, and Hawaii dictate tho
construction of tho treaty giving
mutual freedom of entry to people
of one into tho other country,
and beaidos don ounce and pro
scribe certain lawn that Japan
bnd made for tho regulation of
immigration applicable equally to
nil nationalities, simply becauso
Hawaii hold that such laws wero
in derogation of tho treaty that
nfver contemplated largo migra
tions of ono pooplo to tho torri
ttj i.f tho other? Japan would
jjver yield euoh claims except
hi.tler tho coercion of suporior
U uit Hawaii, then, can ouly bo
asked to coucedo similar demands
t ' ijj Japan on tho principle- that
the (stronger ha a right to
coijpol tho obediencoof tho weak
atiou. "Tho Hawaiian Govorn-iu-nt
uirbo truer to its rosponsi
bilitios'if, rather than yield such
olaiiaE, it cedo its entire-.nuthori-t.
'i (lie Govorniuoiit of Juptcn
i Hulemn proteBt against tho
r . -i .ioat uddrcQued to tho civilized
Uu'.iuna of tho earth. Tho eaino
t .'&: f. .
pmicltfinti U lo bo innile rnid
ing the JnpnnesA plTrl to force
JnpiuicFo liquors upon Hawaii
against hor will. This Govoni
mont, partly from public policy
toward tho United Slates its
greatest friend and noarost neigh
bor nnd partly from n desiro to
protect tho people of this country
from a delugo of cheap intoxicants
doomed peculiarly dololorious to
tho native race, ha3 revised its
liquor tariff so as to givo tho pro
foronco to Califoruian over Jupa
neso winos, otc. Forthwith Japan
construcls a fresh domain! for a
chaugo eho requires iu tho Ha
waiian laws for tho benefit of
Japnneso subjects. Does not Japan
maintain tho right at homo to
make hor tariffs for tho greatest
good of hor own people? Sup
poso Japan wore visitod with a
doluge of tho strong liquor made
now "by Hawaiians clandestinely,
but whioh might bo legitimized at
any tirao, so as to threaton her
own domestic liquor industry and
disturb her settled commercial
relations with, say, Franco
or Germany. How long would it
tako for Jopr.u to revise hor tariff
bo as to check tho flood of okolc
hao? Lot tho Japanese Govern
mo nt in imagination try tho boot
on tho other leg, and it will see
that its position now assumed is
not merely untenablo but ridiculous.
llvcn by tlin Atturncy :rtieuil lo
.11 r. No' r WiiililiiKtim, ii. ('.
Attorney Gonoial W. O. Smith
gave ja lunchoon at tho Pacific
Club at noon today, in honor of
Mr. T. W. Noyes, son of tho ve
teran editor of tho Washington,
D. 0., Star. Hosidos tho special
guest and Mr. Smith there wore
at table President Dole, Messrs.
Ii. F. Dillingham, James G.
Spencer, William It. Costlo, Ohae.
A. Brown, Alatau T. Atkinson,
editor of tho Hawaiian Star,
W. II. Farriugton, editor of the
Advortisor, and D. Logan, editor
of tho Bulletin. It happening
to bo Mr. Brown's birthday,
anywhoro botweon 32 and 52, that
gonial but earnest member of tho
Board of Health gave his
follow fjuosts tho opportunity to
quorantino him agaiuBt all the ills
to whioh flesh is hoir for another
year. Pleasant conversation join
ed with an elegant ropast mado
tho sociable hour pass ouly too
quickly; Whou the evening paper
men wero excusing themselves
from tho table, the Attorney Gen
eral was plauning an excursion
to Pearl Haibor, with a cruiso in
tho lochs, for Mr. and Mrs. Noyeu
A social smoker will bo given
by the llagey Club at itu houao in
Borotauia Btreot Saturday otou
ing. Tho store of Tom May was en
tered tho night before lust and S3
in change taken from tho mouoy
Tho raato of ono of tho sailing
vessels in port, who has boon oc
cupying a room iu Fowler's yard,
lost 814 by having his room en
tered tho night before last.
Cards have boon issued for class
day exorcises of the class of 1807
at Kamehaincha School for girls.
Monday, Juno 28, at 2:30 p. m.,
and First Commencement of the
same institution at Kaumakapili
church, Tuesday, Juno 29, at 8
It ib proposed to pass a law in
tho Trauovaal imposing a ponalty
upon any ono who makes out a
noto, receipt or bill in any langu
age but Dutch. If this sort of
nonsense prevails thoro tho Trans
vnol will have to bo snuffed out.
By a rIiikIo ceijtlcman Two Fur
nlHhed Hoonm, centrally located
Audreen "ii.," I'. O. llox C. 04Jt'
Ladies Portuguese Chari
Tho Haml-annual Meeting of tho
ahovn Society will ho held at the
Y M. O. A. Hall, Hotel utreet, on
MONDAY, thi:sih lnt.,at Hlo'olotk
a.m. ItO.SA ItOOKIGUHS,
Hi cretin v.
Honolulu, June 1T, 1S'J7. 013-lt
At ..'4.K V
MVKNANO HUliLETlN, JUNK 2.1. 101)7.
- Mlfri 1 ' i' - - 1 ir-ai i i rT-rii nil r
June 22, 1S97.
The cry Mill 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 louiid
the paik and lots of other
places frequented by cyclists.
f the government can't afford
electric lights we can supply a
sullicient number of the DlETZ
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 laige
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 STREET,
Opposite Spreckels' Bank
Commissioner's Sale of Valuablo
Lands situate in Kipahuh, Dis
trict of Hana, Island of Maul,
Pursuant to nn order made by lion A.
W. Carter, First Judge of the Circuit
Court of the First Judicial Circuit, tiled
the 10th dayofJuuc, 1S07, in a caubo en
titled Julia Colburu nud Ltishaud versus
A. Noah Kenoikai and others, tho unrier
biRiied will sell at nnblio auction, on MOM
DAY tho 10th day of JULY, 1897, ut 12
o'clock noon, nt tho mnukn ciitnmco to the
Jtiiliciniy Uuilclhu,', nit nud Mugulnr Ibo
following described Inads bitua o u3 afore
1. An undhidod ono-eiRhth interest in
tho lnnds nt Kincniul, nnul interest ns,;ro
ijniiug about 57 ncres nioro or less, and
beng Hrtioii of liuida ikscribid iu It 1.
GruutbKo 1902 and Xo 200.1.
'2. Apnuns 3 and 4 of l O. A. 400 i nt
nnleuinno, coutiduiuj; 7.S0 acres uioio or
3 11. V. Grant 27D3 nt Koloa., contniu.
iup 65.7S ncros uioro or losi.
4. Ij O. A. 4510b nt buid Kuleun, con
taining & 03 i.ercs nioro or less.
TliChO Innds mo, or havo been, under
oiuo tultivntion. Deeds nt eipeiiho of pur
chaser. TonuB ensh iu U.S. Gold. For
fiuther particulars apply to
Commissioner, nt tho Judiciurv Iluildiac.
Imported Dry (Iood. KiiKllsb, Amcrlcnn
Dress Making a Specialty.
Low Prices to suit the times.
5J"Como In and see our New Btocl: and
Wing Hing Loy
Nuuauu near Hotel street, oppobltc V. W.
KT This Orm was formerly kuowu ue
"itiuu Loi," Fort street.
Lodge Le Progrek de l'Ocoanie, No. 124,
A. & A. S. Rite.
There will bo a Meeting of
IjOiIro Lo PjoyroH do rOJdanio, No.
124, A. & A. 8. Rlto, at tDelr Hall,
Fort htri'i't, near Hi.tel, THIS (Fri
day) EVKNING, Juno 25, at 70
Work in Tiiuin Duokise.
MeinheM of Hawaiian ami Paciflo
rul)tH and nil tojoiirului; hrethron
are tratorually Invited to attoud.
By order of thu W. M
13D. A. WILLIAMS,
013-1 1 tiouretary.
Oaliu Sugar Company.
Notico 1h hereby ulven to Hliare
holdera in tho Oahu Bugar Compuuy,
that their Curtiilaalud ot Htouk uro
now ready for delivery at tho OIHce
ot II. HHckfeld & Co., against pay.
went of stump duty.
J. V. IIACKFKLD,
013 3t Treasurer,
Jto .,w.vfci.' w' ! ..
Won Every Race
On June 11th and I2th.
Lowered the Record
In the Mile Race.
Lowered the Record
in the HaEf SVliie Race.
The Record Breaker,
Rode the Mile in' 2:20,' and the
Half Mile in 1:7 1-2.
HE EODE A REMINGTON IN EVERY RACE.
(gj? The Remington is the third mnlce of wheels thnt Mr. Silva hns ridden Bincethe
beginning of his racing career. All other wheels that he has ridden were two weak to
stand tho hard strain that ho. inflicts. Ho invariably broke tho crank on other wheels.
Universal Stoves $ Ranges !
The Best and tlie Cheapest !
Dandy Cook, No. 7, -t-7 inch Holes, Ovon 15x17. Price S S 00
Wesitun, No. 7, -1-7 iuob Uoles, Ovau 10 xl7. " 15 00
Pmzu Hanoi:, No. 7-1S, (3-7 inch Holes, Ovon 18x18 iuehes.
Prico 23 00
Welcome IUnoe, No. 7-18, 0-7 inch Holes, Ovon 18x18 inches.
Prico 27 00
Ar-r-OL&o Range, No. 7-18, 0-7 inch Holes, Ovon 18x18 inches.
Prico 30 00
Sui'Eiti) Universal IUnqe, No. 7-18, G-7 inch Holes, Ovon
18x18. Prico 35 00
FOB SALE BY THE.
Pacific Hardware Co.; Ltd
The GOLDEN RULE BAZA AK will
keep constantly on hand n
good lino of
Calabashes, Coffee Wood Sticks,
Curio-, Eto., Etc.
IN ADDITION TO
Blank nnd Miscellaneous Books.
Tuulots for Foreign Cono3poulenco.
Uptoduto I'tipeierie, In Iho new
Prices Always tho Lowest
J. M. WEBB,
The Fvminn Ihilhtin 71 rental OmcKt 203 Morckant Rtrcflt, Oamnbll
me awning uv.u.mnx io- emm Wook reM 0, 3 0 offlco( 0(
yer wonth, lUoxBiO
itthAXArfAirf iM'iMkiMiikitkA'w iwMaMaBLi8iL
- wm i.m miimwiiiw.w - ...lum -
Cycle & Manufacturing. Go.,
.Agents for the Islands.
For the Wise.
Thought wo had
reached tho limit
ou scarf valaos
ou a dozen
our last arrivals
Bhows that wo
So much for
Whilo thoy laBt
9 Hotol Street : : VaTflPlBJ BM
AKonts for Dr. Ktlmol'n Llnen-Mrsh
Undortvear. Bond for Catalogue.
We Wake Shirts to Ordor.
KOTAHY PUBLIC and TYPEWRITER
M:rtgago3's Notice of Intention tc
Foreclose and of Sale
Notico is hereby given that by
yirtuo of a power of sale contained
in that certain mortgngo dated tho
29th day of Suptombor, A. U.,
1801, niailo by Susan Kealoha
Kaapa and her husband, David
Kaapa, each of Honolulu, Island
of Ouhu, to Eranoi3 1. Curtor, of
Honolulu, rccoided in tho Regis
try of Couvoyancos in said Houo
lulu, in Libor 151, ou pages 85, 8G
and 87, tho said mortgagee in
tends to forocloso said raortgago
for n breach of tho conditions iu
said mortgago contained, to wit:
tho non-payment of tho principal
and interest thereof when duo.
Notico is also given that all and
singular, tho lauds, tenements and
hereditaments in said mortgage
deed contained and described, will
bo sold at publio auction at tho
auction room of James F. Morgan
situate on Queen streot, in snid
Honolulu, on Monday, the 12th
day of July, A. D. 1S97, at 12
o'olock noon of said day.
Tho property covered by said
mortgago is thus described:
All thoso premises situated at
Ealiiii, Honolulu, Island of Oahu,
set forth aud described iu Eoval
Patent (Grant) No. 3300, boing
lots numbered 4 and 16 of tho 1.17
acres, and also tho promises do
scribed ns Apaua 2 in Koynl
Patent (Grant) 3033, with au
area of .23 of an acre; togothor
with tho tonomonts, hereditaments,
rights, privileges and appurto
nancpH thereto bolonging.
Terms Cash. Deed at oxponoo
For further rmvfinnlnra nnnln tr
Wrhurston & Stauloy, attorneys for
FltANOIS I. GARTER,
By her attomoys, Thurston &
Dated Honolulu, Juno 15, 1897.
Whon you havo a portrait on -lnrgod
boo that you got your
mouoy's worth. King Bros, havo
reduced prices to S5.00, SG.50,
S7.C0 and S10.CO for work that
thoy guarauloo to bo firstolass.
llioy Juvito comparison.