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The Manufacturing Harness Co.
VSf complete nsnrtuiontnf racing equipments
iiMPdpeclal. We keep in stook ami sell ouly our own Manufacture.
Chisholm & Coughlin.
Mortgagee's Nctico of Intention to
I?oreclo:o and of Salo.
Notice is hereby given that by
virtue of n power of salo contained
in tlmt certain mortgage dated the
29Ui day of September, A. D.,
IS'Jl, ninilo by Susan Kealohn
Kaapa and lior husband, David
"Kanpn, "itch of Honolulu, Island
of Uuliu, to Francis I. Carter, of
Honolulu, recouled in the llegis
Iry of Conveyances in said Hono
lulu, in Libor 151, on pages 85,80
nd 87, the said moitgageo in
tends to foreclose said mortgaRo
for a breach of the conditions in
said mortgage contained, to wit:
Iho non-payment of the principal
and interest thereof when due.
Notice is also given that nil and
singular, tho lands, tenements and
hereditaments in said mortgage
deed contained and described, will
be sold at public auction at the
auction room of James F. Morgan
situate on Qucou street, in onid
Honolulu, on Monday, the 12th
day of July, A. D. 1897, at 12
o'clock noon of said day.
Tho property envored by said
mortgage is thus described:
All those premises situated at
Kulilii, Honolulu, Island of Oahu,
sof forth and described in ltoviil
Patout (Grant) No. .'5300, being
lots numbered 4. and 10 of the 1.17
acres, and also the promises de
scribed as Apana 2 in ltoyal
Patont (Grant) .'I0S3, with au
area of .23 of an acre; together
with tho tonemonts, hereditaments,
rights, privileges and appurte
nances thereto belonging.
Terms Cash. Deed at expense
For further particulars apply to
Thurston & Stanley, attorneys for
FilANOlS I. CARTER,
By her attorneys, Thurston &
Dated Houolulu, Juno 15, 1897.
Noticed Ih hereby given tlmt the
nuderslKned J. Aifrt-.l Magonu bus dis
trained and levl-d upon the following
Itoodd utid vlmilels, Uih property of Ah
Kul, for rent duo tiy tiie t-ald Ah Kul
to the Biii.l J, Alfred Mugoou aud in
xnvur lo IIih amount of One Hundred
and Fifty-four Dollarn for rent of cer
tain premlHeu on Kliif,' Htreet, Hono
lulu, to wit;
Canned salmon, oysters, sardines,
herrings, uttHorted frultH and vegeta
bles, liiiklng powder, tea, rice, currle
jiowder, musturd, tumblers, dishes,
leu puti, Imwlp, plulfp, lamps, tin cups,
touklni,' iitetibllH, stilus, tied, suapuui)
trs, under shirts, poi-ks, stockings,
tuffr, collar, shots, glover', ribbons 45
pieces, woolen, cotton utid linen cloth,
aliawls, leaJyiuudx eloihiiig, comfort
ers, chairs, nails, bruOies, gunpowder,
J re works, curry comis, etc., const!
tuttin; theutock lu tiude of the said
And notice Is further uivon that said
J:ooda and chattel will be mild at I'ub
lo Auction at the uiictliui room of
JameH F. Morgan, on Queen Street,
Honolulu. H. I., on THURSDAY, the
8th day of July, 1807, at 10 o'clock u.
hi., to satisfy the rent due and in
arrear as aforesaid on the said, pro
mises. C41-t(l J. ALFRED MAGOON.
y i i mim
When you have a portrait on
3rged see that you got your
money's worth. King Bros, navo
reduced pricos to 85.00, S0.50,
i7.50 and S10.00 for work that
thoy guaranteo to bo firetcluBS.
Tlioy invito comparison,
J. .1. U0UQ1IL1N.
P. 0. Box 322.
Our Hand Made
Whips from 25c. to 10
Leggins (all sizes).
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London and Lancashire Fire
Insurance Company of
(Stock Company, Incorporated 1801.)
Norwalk Fire Insurance Com
pany of Norwalk, Con
necticut. (Stook Company, Incorporated I8S9 )
W A polloy writteu by the above
company la doubly necure, as it repre
sents two of tho largo.'-t Fire Insurance
Companies back of it.
Tho Hawaiian Safe Doposit &
Agents for the Hawaiian Islands.
108 Fnrt StrrM ... Honolulu
THE - BON - TON
Ice Cream Parlors,
ilotcl aud Union Streets.
"Log Cabin" and "Salt Water" Taffy
Huston Coi'oanut Cake,
Original French Bom,
lea Cream, Iced Sodas,
Hires' Uoot Ilccr,
Etc,, Etc., Etc.
Or. MILLER, Manager.
Qenoral Mannger of
The Equitable Life Assurance Society
Of tie United States for the Hawaiian
Owe i Merchant street, Honolulu i
Subscribe for the Evening Bul
letin 75 oonta per month.
HVKN1NU llUIililSTIN, .TUNE '28, 181)7.
GOOD COUNTRY SCHOOL
(ii.osisi n,v tximcmx at
TVAIAWA IN KWA,
Children of other Mother Tongur
nhnw llitnd Uronndlngln Rn.
clll mid llnulllK.
Friday was closing day at AVai
awa school as it was at all govern
ment schools. Over ono hundred
and twenty children assembled to
tako part in tho closing exercises
and thoir parents and friends
gathered to boo and hear their pro
gress. Among those presont were
Jtev. H. W. Teck, T. W. Kawlius,
and others from Honolulu attract
ed by the reputation of the excel
lence of the school cxnrcisos in
past years which were fully
equalled if not excelled by those
of tilis day. Mr. J. W. Smith
tho principal announced nt tho
opening that ouly the regular
sohool day's work would be gone
through to show the parents what
the children woro actually learn
ing but ho varied the tcdiousness
of uninterrupted lessons by inter
spersing a few well executed reci
tations by tho little tots and re
lieved tho occasional monotony by
tho nplendid choral singing for
which his school is unexcelled
on this island. First in order
of place came tho infant
classes under tho chargo of tho
Misses S. and M. Smith who
read, recited and snnc their Kin
dergarten songs, tho latter especi
ally well, and showed that tho
Kiudergatteu movement has even
spread to wa and is doing equal
ly good work there as in Hono
lulu. Especial mention should
be made here of one little Chinese
girl whoso clearness of enuncia
tion OjUd perfect tono were a won
der. Two recitations, "Guess my
name" and "Call my brother back
to me," were especially noticeable
for their oloar-cut English and
Next came some excellent work
in arithmetic and English by
more advaucad pupils under Mr.
Vivian Smith which of its kind
was equally deserving of praiso
for tho ready way in which the
work was done and the answers
given in good English. Singing
several school songs under tho
same young gentleman's leader
ship showed that ho is rapidly
following in his father's footsteps
as an excellent teacher of eingiug.
After this came tho third and
fourth classes in their regular
school work under the leadership
of tho principal. It will no doubt
interest teachers in other schools
to read the bill of fore presented.
In nritbmatio bills of parcels,
fractions, percentage, interest,
simple aud compound, joint
stock company problems, etc..
were successively propounded
and successfully solved by a largo
majority of the large class of thir
ty. Now came an unusual exor
cise. One of the visitors skilled
in music was asked to select at
landom from a volume of Gospel
hymns a dozen bars or so of
music. This was transcribed by
tho principal on the blackboard in
tho rscnlar ('old') musical notation.
The ohildren who had never seen
that piece before successfully
transformed it into tonic solfa
notation having due regard to
time, key, aooidentals, etc., and
then sung it at sight, thus show
ing that thoy wore fully acquaint
ed with both notations and could
sing from each with equal facility.
xuen an intermission of singing
In which a difficult and elaborate
chorale, "Travelling Home to
God," attracted special attention.
Heading and elocution of varied
degrees of oxcolleuco camo next,
followed by nn exorcise in map
drawing in which over a dozen
(all the boards could accommo
date) successfully drew from
memory fair maps of Europe in
under 10 minutes and marked in
thoir leading physical and politi
cal features by the aid of colored
chalk, afterward exhibiting orally
that they knew tho chief features
and could in good English intelli
gibly report some of tho leading
historical and geographical factB
connected with each.
Whilo tho drawing was going
on tho remainder of the class took
a mental voyago from Honolulu
to Hilo, naming tho chief places
passed and giving facts of iutorost
connected with. each. Another
intermission of singing, this time
a soprano solo sung by Miss
Julia, entitled Light and Shade,
1, 7. WATERHQUSE
Tho goodB promised by tho
" Australia " and " Aorangi "
liavo arrived, more than enough
sopnrato articles to fill four
columns or uioro of any news
paper. Some of the goods aro
staple, others aro luxuries such
as ono needs for day or night
luncheon; these arc Epicurean
Lunch goods, comprising
Pato do Fois Gras, Bon Acord
Sausages, Oxford and Cam
bridge Sausages, Preserved
Bloater, Albert Sardines,
Truflled Pates of Partridges,
Plover, Woodcock, Snipo and
Such a varied assortment
has never been offered by any
dealers in Honolulu. But we
Curried Brawns, Fried Pil
chard and the Genuine Epicu
rean Oysters, Shrimps in To
matoes, Beans, Lobster and
Boston Baked Beans, Roast
Mutton, Kits of Tongues and
Sounds, Sardines in Mustard,
Boneless Surdities, Gorman
Lentils, Pickled Eels in Jelly.
Anchovy Essence, Brown
Bread, Huckins' Soups, Pep
per and Tabasco Sauce.
These goods aro tho best
quality over imported to Hono
lulu. Our prices have never
been met in goods of the same
J. T. WATERHOUSE
NEW BRANDS OF FLOUR
City Feed Store
. . 250 BARRELS OF . .
Choice cf Peacock Brands
Cheapest In Town.
L. H. DEE & CO.,
623 Berotania & Punchbowl.
Eagle -:- House
The Eaolr House is the Coolest
and most Handsomely Furnlehed in
with an excellent arrangement of
EDWARD A. KOSTA, .
F. H. REDWARD,
Contractor and Builder.
Oniccs and Stores fitted up and
Estimates given on
ALL KINDS OF WORK.
KET Offlco and Shop; No. 619 Fort street,
adJolnlnK W. W. Wrlitlit's Carriage Shop.
....AN INVOICE OF ..
Dry and Extra Dry Wine
in pints anil quarts, Just to hand
in excellent condition, direct from
FREMINET & FIL8. For sale
at low rates by . . .
GONSALVES & CO.,
636'lm Queen Street.
Canadian-Australian Steamship Line
Bteamorg of the nboYO Line running in connection with tho
CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY
Uotwecu Vauoouver, V. C, and Sydney, N. B. W.. and calling nt Victoria, 1). a
Honolulu nrnl Suva (Fiji),
ABE JDTTE1 AT ISIOaSrOZjTTIjTT
On or about tbo dotes below stntcd, viz.!
Frmii tjilncy ntwt Suva, for Victoria Mid
Yanoouver. 1. C.t
Htmr " OUANQI" August 6
Btmr WARMMOO" September 3
Through Tickets iH.sucd from Honolulu to Cunmln,
United StntcH ami Europe.
FilKinilT AND I'ABSENQEll AOKNTS:
D. MoNioolij, Montreal, Canada.
ltoiiBiiT Kkiih, Winnipeg, Canada.
M. M. Steiin, Ban Francisco, Cal.
O. McL. BnowN, Vancouver, B. C.
Oceanic Steamship Company.
Tho Fine Passengor Steamers o Tbis Lino Will Arrive at and
Leave This Port as Hereunder.
From San Francisco:
MARIPOSA JULY 1st
AUSTRALIA JULY 20th
MOANA JULY 29th
AUSTRALIA AUG. 17th
ALAMEDA AUG. SGth
In connection with the Bailing of tbo above stcamnrn, tho Agonts
aro proparod to isfltio, to intending passengers, coupon through
ticketa by any railroad from San Francisco, to all points in the
United States, and from Now York by any steamship lino to all
For further particulars apply to
Win. G. Irwin & Co., Limited,
General Agents Oceanic S. S. Co.
W. G. Irwin & Co.
Western Sugar Refinery Co. ofaSan
Baldwin Locomotive Works of Pkilif
delplda, l'onn.. U. 8 A.
Newell Universal Mill Co. (National
Cane Shredder), New York, U. 8. A.
N.Ohlaudt & Go's Chemical Fertilizers.
Alex Cross Ac Sous, bleb grade fertil
izers for Cauo aud ColiVo.
Reeds Stenm Pipe Covering
Offer for Sale
Farafflne Faint Go's F &B Paints and
Papers; Lucol and Linseed oils, raw
Indurine, (a cold water paint) in white
Filter Prosa Cloths, Cement, Lime and
Wm. G. Irwin & Co.
Wm. O. Irwin, Freaident and Manager
Glaus Sprockets, - - - Vice-President
W. M. Giflard, - Secretary and Treasurer
Theo. O. Porter, ... Auditor
. AQKNTB OW TM
OCEANIC STEAMSHIP COMPANY
OF SAN FltANOISOO, CAIi.
Imported : Jewelry
Per "Australia" by
EL", a. BIA.HT,
401 Fort Street.
Quality, Style and Finish
Repairing a specialty.
GILBERT F. LITTLE,
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
I'rnm Victoria mid Vnurotnrr, II. t!.,
Suva ami Syilnevi
Stmr WA11RIMOO" July 18
Stmr "MIOWEHA" Atigw.t 18
Btuir "AOUANQI" August 31
C3T For Freight and Passage and hll
General Iuforinntion, apply lo
THE0. H. DAVIES & CO., L'tf
Agents for tbo Hawaiian Islnuds.
For San Francisco:
AUSTRALIA JUNE 30th
ALAMEDA J ULY 22d
'AUSTRALIA JULY 28th
ttlAttirUOA AUtr. JL'JtU
AUSTRALIA AUG. 25tk
A nTIUMl a a Tt -am.
Wife's Steamship Co's
O. L. WiailT, Pres. s. B. ROSE, Seo.
Capt. J. A. KINO, PortSupt.
Will leave Honolulu at 10 a. m., touching at
Lahaina, Maalaca Bay and Makono the
same day; Mahukona, Kawaihao and Lau.
pahoehoe the following day, urriving at
llilo tho samo evening.
LKATK8 HONOLULU. ABWTI8 UOHOLDLU.
Tuesday June 29
'Friday Only 9
Tuesday... .July 20
Friday July 30
Friday Juno 25
Tuesday July 6
Friday. July 10
Tuesday.... July 27
Returning, will leave Hilo at 1 o'clock
p. m., touching at Laupahoehoe, Mahu
kona and Kawaihue same dayi Makena.
Maolaea llnv nml T.nlmf.n i. u i-l
day; arriving at Honolulu the ottemooni
of Tuesday and Fridays.
Wilt call ut Fohoiki. Pnna.
o relgut win be received after
12 noon oo day of sailing.
Will leayo Honolulu Tuesday at Sp.m.i
Kipahulu, Maul, iteturning arrives at
uonoiuiu Bunaay mornines.
Will mil txr,, Wo-i?
of each month.
d No Freight will he received after
p. m. on day of sailing.
This Company will reserves the right to
make changes in the time of departure and
arrival of its steamers without ootioe and
it will not be responsible for any consc
quences arising therefrom.
Consignees must be at the Landings to
receive their Freight; this Company will
not hold Itself responsible for freight of ter
it has been landed.
Live Stock only at owner's risk.
This Company will not be responsible
for Money or Valuables of passengora
unless placed in the care of Pursors.
Passengere are requested to purchase
tickets beforo embarking. Those failing to
do so will he subject lo an additional
charge of twentydive per eent.
Hotel 8t, near Fort. Tel. 802.
JAS. F. MORGAN,
AUOTIONEEK AND BTOCK BUOKKR
No. 45 Queen Btreet.
Expert Appraisement of Real
EBtato and Furniture,
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