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JSV23NJNG BULLETIN, JDE 29, 1S97.
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Holders of water privilege", or those
.paying water rates, are hereby noti
fied Mint the hours lor irrigation pur
po908 are from B to 8 o'clock a. m and
from 4 to 0 o'clock r. M.
II Holders of wnter prlvlWii on
the slopes of I'uiiclilxiwl iiliove 'ireell
street, and In Xuiiauu Valley nbovo
School street, nro hereby noiluVd that
they will not be restricted to tho Irri
gation hours of 6 to 3 a. in. and 4 to 6
p. in., but will be allowed to trrif-ato
whenever sufllcleut water in available,
provided that they do not me the wa
ter for irrigation purposes for more
than four hours In every twenty-four.
flupt. Honolulu Water Works.
Approved: J. A. Kinq, Minister of
Honolulu, H. I., June 17, 1897.
In aecmdauce with Section 1 of
Chaptoi XXVI of the laws of 1880:
AH persons holding water privileges
or thoe paying water rates, are here
by notified that thowiter rates for tho
term ending December 31, 1897, will
be due and pa able at the office of tho
Honolulu Water Work-, on the 1st
day of July, lfa')7.
All Mich rale!) remaining uup'ildfor
fifteen da after the are due will be
subject to an adJitiomtl 10 per cent.
Rates are payable at the ofllce of the
Water Works In tbeKapualwa ISulld.
UK' ANDREW BROWN,
Sup't Honolulu Water Woiks.
Honolulu, H. I., June 15, 1897.
Importers placing goodi In bond, are
privileged to overhaul the same, with
drawing ulhwed or empty package,
prior to making firt withdrawal for
consumption; aud all goods now In
bond may lie overhauled In like milli
ner. No rebates will be allowed other
than as above.
To take effect on and after Jul) 31,
.(Signed) P. B McSVOC'iCEK,
Deputy Collector General of Custom.
HENRY E. COOPER,
Minister of Flounce.
5 Euei)ir?$ Bulletin,
DANIEL LOGAN. Editor.
TUESDAY, JUNE 29, 1897.
llelativo to tlio information
given olRuwliere on pinna of tbo
Board of Health for superintend
ing tlio Leper Sottlomout, a few
words are in order by way of dis
cussing tho final arrangements
that some timo will bavo to be
undo. It is well known that tho
most intelligent aud respeclnblo
inmates of the Settlement have
always desired a resident superin
tendent. With tho death of Mr.
Meyer this desire is given renew
ed oppression. There are good
reasons, whioh ought to occur to
anyone, against having an infect
ed man in the chief superinten
dency. Tho difficulty of getting
a healthy man, with other satis
factory qualifications, to live at
tho Settlement yoar in and year
out would bo very great. It is
doubtful if any of the applicants
for tho position aro prepared 'to
accopt such a condition. There
is no doubt that tho highest de
gree of efticienoy in managing the
Settlement requires, if not the
constant presence of a thoroughly
fit superintendent, at least the pre
vailing sense of supremo discip
line all tho timo. Tho inmates
should have the assurance that
their legitimate wants aud their
real grievances would receive de
cisive attention from an officer in
n position to know all about tho
affairs of the community, ono too
who would deserve the confidence
of tho Board of Health so com
plotoly that it would, oxcopt in com
plicated questions, be useless for
tho inmates to raiso any issue be
tween him and them at headquar
ters. They should be impressed
constantly with tho conviction
that any disorderly conduct would
be chocked and punished with
equal celerity to that exorcised in
regard to tho othor mattors above
mentioned. Such an efficient
management ought to bo available
without the necessity of uninter
rupted residence, as it is
hoped tho present tentative
arrangement of tho Board will
prove. In this connection
a suggestion teceutly heard
may bo worthy of consideration.
It is that tho visitors' building at
Kalaupapa should bo kept open
continually, with healthy servants
in charge of it, as a "clean dwel
ling," for the accommodation of
the superintendent on his visits,
as well as for that of any official
of the Board or permitted visitors.
Among other advantages of main
taining an open house of this
kind would be that of enabling
eminent specialists from abroad
to pursue investigations of the
disease, for as long or short time
as needed, in comparative comfort.
An account is reprinted else
where of tho terrific explosion of
a gun cotton shell, blowing the
massive cannon in which it was
placed to atoms, at tho proving
grounds in Maryland. Tho quest
for means to revolutionize war
fare, in the lino of making tho
strougost walled ships as vulnera
bio as paper canoes, would appear
to bo some little way from sue
cess. While there is so much
danger attaching to explosive pro
jectiles in cool and caioful experi
ments in time of peace, the con
clusion is easy that such things
would be as dangerous to the
shooters as the targets in the heat
ed recklessness of battle.
Particulars aro given elsewhere
of alleged bribery in the Illinois
Legislature which aro almost in
credible. Tho people of that
great State have tho remedy in
their own hands, however, and on
them will be the disgrace aud the
damage if they allow ground for
even suspicion of suoh corruption
in any future Lopislntnrp.
IN THE CIKCUITCOUKT OF THE FIRST
Judicial Circuit, Hawaiian Islands. In Pro
bate. In tin- matter of Hie petition of Dunl
trius G. CamarlmH to bu oluted GuardUn
of I'anaglutls Uiorgu Cnmurlnus, an Insane
OUDEU or NOTICE AND lTDLICATION.
Upon rtadliiK and lillnc the petition ofDe
mctrlua Miorce Coinarlma In ulilcli petition
er recites that petitioner Is tlio lirotlur of
I'anagiotts George Camarluos, also and more
commonly knnnn as Peter G. Camarluos;
that said Pannnlotls (lucirue Camarluos Is an
Insanu person aud rtsldlui; without tho He
public of Hawaii, but liahi' isluto therein;
that It Is propir tint a Guardian should be
appointed and prajlng that petitioner be ap
pointed Guardian of the pi rsou and estate of
said Insane person.
Now, therefore, It Is hercbj ordered that
all persons having any Interest In the pre
mises apptar before mu t iuj ehambers hi
thu Judicial-) Building In Honolulu, Ishnd of
Oalni, Hawaiian Islands, on WEDNESDAY,
tho 7tu day of July, A. 1). 1807, at lu o'clock
A M., tbea and there to show cause If any
tbey have why the prajcr of petitioner herein
should not be Knotted;
And It Is further ordt red that a eertlfkd
copy of this Order bo published dally fur one
week In the Evesinu Bulletin, a newspaper
prlntLd and publUhed In tho English language
In Honolulu aforesaid.
Dated Honolulu, U. I., June 20, A. D. 1887.
(810.) A. PEKRT,
Second Judge of tho Circuit Court of the
First Judicial Circuit of the Hawaiian Isl
ands. I certlly the foregoing Is a true and correct
copj of the Order of Notice and Publication
now on lllo In tho Clerk's Olllie of the First
Judicial Circuit Court of the Hawaiian Isl
ands. J. A. Thompson,
FAMILY LUNCH ROOM,
Woman's Exchange Old Stand.
Reopens WEDNESDAY, June 30.
First eiass JWeals, - - 25c.
New Cooks and New Waitois,
New Furniture and Dishes.
A. W. SEABURY,
We, the undersigned dairies, hereby
notify our cii'tomer tlint mi and after
July 1, nil milk will be delivered from
the Depot of the Dairymen's Abo.
clatioii Co , Klnii street, Lincoln
Block Telephone No. 609.
M. A. BAl'TItiTA,
5 smj&k i
June 29, 1897.
Among the many novelties
introduced to the Hawaiian
Islands in late months there is
none which will give better sat
isfaction than a new Porta
ble Lawn Tent.
This handy contrivance is
really an adjustable circular
table with large umbrella at
tachment. The pedestal and
rods are of iron, the table of
led cedar and the umbrella of
the best tent material. The
whole may be taken to pieces
and carried by one man and as
the two leaves of the table fold
together occupies very little
Spread out on the lawn there
is a handy and convenient
table covered with an immense
umbrella which effectually
shades six or eight people from
the heat of the sun or the rays
of the moon.
This Lawn Tent furnishes
something long needed for
lawn parties and will be ap
preciated on sight. Its price is
reasonable, being only $60. It
can be placed anywhere on
level ground and to raise the
umbrella it is only necessary to
turn a crank under the table.
We have also imported a
very handy portable lounging
chair. The parts are of iron
and the seats of wicker and as
it runs on castors it is easily
moved about rooms or veran
dahs. Stretched out it makes
a very comfortable bed.
Hawaiian Hardware Co
NO. 307 FORT STHKET,
Opposite Bpreokels' Bank
1776 1894 1897
J. M. "Wehu received per
"Australia" aud has now dis
played an olngaut lino of
American Flags in Silk, "Wool
and Cotton, Buuting, Muslin,
Largo Shields, New Hawaiian
Tings made to order from the
ofllcial copy, Red, White and
Bluo Tisue Paper for
festooning, Fancy Poles for
silk flags, Large Lithographs
of Washington, Lincoln,
Grant, Garfield and President
Wm. MoKinloy, Jr.
All Prices Just Right !
Golden Rule ,
No. 316 Fort Street.
r- s.v-T.. srJM
KESTA UR a.:m t.
Hrendt Jeffress & Co.,
King Strict, near AhUa.
Board per Week $4.60
Single Meal 25o
Tea. Coffee, Cho'-olato ami Cuke. .10a
Ice Cream uml Cuke . 16a
gJB Lurest and Coolest Dining
Room in the city. Open evenings.
Uy ii slnijlo gentleman Two Fnr
nlBhed Rooms, centrully located'
Address "D.," P.O. Box C. OU-U
I smeiv j opi&
Lowered the Record
In the Mile Race.
Lowered the Record
In the Half Mile Race.
f 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.
a The Remington is the third make of wheels that Mr. Silva has ridden since the
beginning of his racing career. All other wheels that ho has ridden wero two weak to
stand tho hard strain that he inflicts. Ho invariably broke tho crank on other wheels.
The Pacific Cycle & Manufacturing Co,,
(Sole. A-gents for the Islands.
From USTew York:
Shovels, Axes, Hoe, Etc ,
Hinges, Lawn Mowers,
Paper Bags, Axle Grease,
And many other articles Jtbat we have a steady demand
for, aud which wo oft'or to you at very low prices.
E. O. Hall & Son, Ltd.
Corner Fort and King Streets.
Universal Stoves $ Ranges !
The Best and tlio Cheapest !
Dandy Cook, No. 7, 4-7 inch Holes, Ovon 15x17. Price $ 8 00
Webtehn, No. 7, 4-7 inoU Jioios, uvon iimxiy. 10 uu
Pmzi: Hanoe, No. 7-18, 0-7 inch Holes, Ovon 18x18 inohos.
Prico 23 00
Welcome Banoe, No. 7-18,0-7 inch Holos, Ovon 18x18 inches.
Prico 27 00
Ai'i'OLLO Hanoi:, No. 7-18, 0-7 inch Holos, Ovon 18x18 inches.
Prico 30 00
Sui'EMi Univeiihal Eanoe, No. 7-18, 0-7 inch Holos, Ovon
18x18. Prico 35 00
FOlt SALE BY THE
Pacific Hardware Co., Ltd
Won Every Race
On June 11th and
For the Wise.
Thought we had
reached tho limit
on scarf values
on a dozen
our last arrivals
shows that wo
So much for
While they last
9 Hotel Street : : WaYCrley BlOCk
Apnt for Dr. Reimol'a Lluen-Mesh
Underweur. Bond or Cutalogue.
We Make Shirts to Order.
The Biennial Meeting
Of tho Members of tho Queen's Hos
pital Corporation will be held at the
room,?r,,,.,tiV?v.9l,amber of Commerce
?5TIII?nWDAY' tho 29tl1 of July.
Ib07, at 10 a. in. ""
GEORGE W. SMITH,
, Tho,btoanier Kluau, leaving Hono.
lulu Tuesday, June 29, at 10 o'clock
a. m , for Hllo aud Way Ports, will re
turn Monday monilujr, July 6, two
days In advance of schedule time.
WILDEIl'S S. 8 CO., LTD.
Honolulu, June 26, 1897. 615 3t
NOTARY PUBLIC and TYPEWRITER
Or next 203 Merchant street, Campbell
Mock rear Ol J. O. Clatter's office, P. O,
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