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EVENING BULLETIN, JUNE 30, 1897.
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The Manufacturing Harness Co.
tfiTA complete assortment of racing equipment!'.
V"6peciul.--Wu keep In stock and sell only our own Manufacture.
Chisholm & Coughlin.
Mortgagee's Notice of Intention to
Forccloso and of Sale.
Notico is hereby given that by
virtue of n power of sale contained
in Hint certain mortgage dated the
29th day of September, A. D.,
1894, made by Susan Kenloha
Kanpn and her husband, David
Kaapa, each of Honolulu, Island
of O.ihu, to Francis I. Carter, of
Honolulu, recorded in the Regis
try of Conveyances in said Hono
lulu, in Liber 151, on pages 85,86
and 87, the said mortgagee in
tends to forscloso said mortgage
for a breach of the conditions in
said mortgage contained, to wit:
the non-payment of the principal
and iutorest thereof when dut
Notice ia also given that all'aud
singular, the lands, tenements and
hereditaments in said mortgage
deed contained and described, will
be sold at public auction at the
auotion room of James F. Morgan
situate on Queon street, in said
Honolulu, on Monday, the 12th
day of July, A. D. i8!)7, at 12
o'clock noon of said day.
The property covered by Baid
mortgage is thus doscribed:
All those premises situated at
Knlihi, Honolulu, Island of Oahu,
set forth and described in lioval
Patent (Grant) No. 3300, home
lots numbered 4 and 10 of tho 1.17
acres, and also the preraisos de
sciibed as Apaua 2 in ltoyal
Patent (Grant) 3083, with an
area of .23 of an acre; together
with tho tenements, hereditaments,
rights, privileges and appurto
nanceB thereto belonging.
TortuB Cash. Deed at expense
For further particulars apply to
Thurston & Stanley, attoruoys for
FRANCIS I. OAIlTElt,
By her attorneys, Thurston &
Dated Honolulu, Juno 15, 1897.
Noticed la hereby given that the
uixlerftiKlietl J Alfred MuL'onn hu die
trained and UvIh) upon tiie following
poods at d I'liMlteli, the property of Ah
Kill, for lent due by (he t-ald Ah Kul
to the hhIc! J. Alfred Mncoon and In
urrear to the amount of One Hundred
mid Fifty-four DoUnr for rout of cer
tain premised on King Street, Hono
lulu, to wit:
Canned salmon, oyttors, eardlnea,
herringH, assorted frulU and vegeta
bles, bulling powder, tea, rice, currle
powder, mustard, ttimblers, dishes,
tea pot-, bnwln, plntee, lumps, lineups,
ooukluR utensils, sliiiu, ties, suspend
ers, under shirts, cocks, stockings,
cuff-, collars, shots, gloves, ribbons 45
pieces, wooleu, cotton and linen cloth,
shawls, reuJymudH clothing, comfort
erf, chnlrc, null, bru-hes, gunpowder,
fire works, uurry combs, etc., constl-
tutinir the biock in tiuue oi uiobuki
AnJ notice Is further uivun that said
Roods and chatiolH will lie sold at Pub
lic Auction ut the auction room of
James F. Moruun, on Queen Ktrect,
Honolulu, H. I., on THURSDAY, the
8th day of July, lb07, at 10 o'clock u.
m,, to satisfy the rent due uud iu
arrear as aforesaid uu the said pre
inlrea. 011-td J ALFUED f AOQOy.
Whon you have a portrait on
Jarged seo that you get your
money's worth. King Bros, havo
reduced prices to S5.00, SG.50,
47 CO and $10.00 for work that
they guarantee to bo lirstclasa.
They invito comparison.
J. J. COUGULIN.
P. O. Box 322.
Our Hand Made
WhipB from 25c. to $10
Leggins (nil sizes).
London and Lancashire Fire
Insurance Company of
(Stock Com pan j, Incorporated 1801.)
Norwalk Fire Insurance Com
pany of Norwalk, Con
necticut. (Stock Company, Incorporated ISS'J )
A policy written by the above
company Is doubly secure, as It repre
sents two of the largest Fire Insurance
Companies back of it.
The Hawaiian Safe Deposit &
Agents for the Hawaiian Islands.
08 Fort Stre.it
THE - BOAS - TON
Ice Cream Parlors,
Hotel anil Union Streets.
"Log Cabin" and "Salt Water" Taffy
Boston Cocoanut Cake,
Original French lions,
Itu Cream, kc.il dudas,
Hires' Itoot Hear,
Etc., Etc., Etc.
G-. MILLER, Managor.
General Manager of
The Equitable Life Assurance Society
Of the United States for tho Hawnilan
Orr'CKi MeroUant street, Ilonoluln;
Subscribe or the Evening Boir
letih 75 cents per month.
S sa 8-tpgCw 4 g
5 o- . o. an Hl f !
4 : 2 s3 S i? 3 HC S
S'S1?8 BS 1
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Till: I'X.V.IIIMIIl i "CAt.lFllllNI
AMS ACAINNT CALHrOKNlANB."
AtloiilatilnB 1'oiltlou nf Mrnalor
Whlle-Valna of Relrr..cUT
Shnrply Net Forth.
Undor tho heading, "Califor
uiaus Against Culilomiatis," the
San Francisco Examiner of Juno
13 editorially discusses treaty
Senators Whito hud Perkins
havo caused dismuy among their
friends in California by tho posi
tion that they havo assumed on
tho question of the Hawaiian re
ciprocity treaty. After shuilling
over a decision for a mouth, tho
two Senators appeur to havo
plumped down on the Sugar
Trust sido of tho fouco and to bo
ready to vote for the abrogation of
the treaty. If Seuator Whito is
coroctly reported, ho would break
the treaty at once. Senator Per
kins would let the advocates of tho
treaty down easily with a year's
notice, "jolly thorn along" with
suggestions of a new treaty and
impoBO a partial duty ou Hawai
It is astonishing that Califor
man soutiment should bo thus
misrepiesented in the Senate.
Senator Perkins is, to bo sure, a
cloe friend of Claue Spreekelri,
and Mr. Spreokels is very warmly
interested in tho effoit to abrogate
tho treaty with Hawaii, lint it
was the people of California and
not Mr. Spreckels who put Mr.
Perkins in the Senate, and tho
people of California are vory
materially interested iu maintain
ing the treaty.
Senator White's position is
more astonishing than that of
Senator Perkins. It is hardly to
be supposed that Senator White
is influenced by friendship for
Mr. Sprockets. So far as known
there is no personal tie between
them. It is still moro incredible
that he has been taken into camp
by the Sugar Trust. Senator
White's record does not favor
such a supposition. He was
elected to the Senate as a poor
ruau. Ho established the princi
ple that a man of ability may be
seut to the Senate from California
without money, and encouraged
other men without money to
aspire to the position. He has
taken an honorable place iu the
Senate. Yet why ho hIiouUI be
lighting tho buttle of tho Sugar
Trust on the reciprocity treuty is
one of tho things that tho people
of California would like to havo
It is true that the senators have
received a number of resolutions
of official and unofficial bodies
here and there, calling for the
abrogation of the treaty on the
ground that it would in some
mysterious way help out the beet
Bugar industry. But the Senators
know vory well that those resolu
tions mean nothing. They were
got by the local friondB of the
trust by tho simple expedient of
sending hired agents about the
country with vague promises of
beet-sugar factories to be estab
lished if only a duty was put on
Hawaiian sugar. And in tho
second place, tho Senators
are men of intelligence enough
to understand tho absurdity
of the idoa that the beet-sugar
business is going to bo helped by
shutting out Hawaiian sugar.
They know that tho profits of beet
sugar are sot by tho price for
which sugar is sold, iu this coun
try, and that the Hawaiian supply
is not a factor in sotting the
price. So long as Hawaii fur
nishes but 250,1100 tons out of
nearly 53,000,000 tons imported
from outside this country, tho
price of sugar will not bo raised
by shutting out tho Hawaiian
product, or lowered by admitting
The Sonutors know that the Ha
waiian trado is of great profit to
California. We got from $10,
000,000 to $15,000,000 worth of
products a yeur from tho islands
by sending thithor from 1,000,000
to S5,000,000 in goodB and spocie.
Tho trodo, therefore, shows a di
rect profit of from $0,000,000 to
$10,000,000 a yea'r. This profit is
kopt, for tho most part, m Cali
fornia. It is divided among tho
morohantfl, vessol owners, freight
handlers, sailors, laborers, farmers
aud Califoruians who own tho
i plantations aud mills of Hawaii.
J. T. WATERHOUSE
The goods promised by the
" Australia " and " Aorangt "
have arrived, more than enough
separate articles to fill four
columns or more of any nows
papcr. Some of the goods 'are
staple, others are luxuries such
as one needs for day or night
luncheon; these aro Epicurean
Lunch goods, comprising
Pate do Fois Gras, Bon Acord
Sausages, Oxford and Cam
bridge Sausages, Preserved
Bloater, Albeit Snrdines,
Truflled Pates of Partridges,
Plovor, Woodcock, Snipo and
Such a varied as-sortment
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 aud
Boston Baked Beans, Boast
Mutton, Kits of Tongues and
Sounds, Sardines in Mustard,
Boneless Surdincs, German
Lentils, Pickled Eels in Jelly.
Anchovy Essence, Brown
Bread, Huckins' Soups, Pep
per aud Tabasco Sauce.
Theso goodH aro the best
quality ever imported to Hono
lulu. Our prices have never
been met in goods of the same
J. T. WATERHOUSE
mil ill? I?
City Feed Store
. . 250 BARRELS OK . .
Choice cf Peacock Brands
Cheapest Iu Town.
L. H. DEE & CO.,
623 Berotanla & Punchbowl.
Eagle -:- House
The TCaoi.k House la the Coolest
anil moat Handsomely Fumluhed In
with an excellent arrangement of
the Menu. . i . . .
EDWARD A. KOSTA,
033-1 m Proprietor.
F. H. REDWARD,
Contractor and Builder.
Offices and Stores fitted up and
Estimates Riven ou
ALL KINDS OF WORK.
rsr Office and Shop: No. 010 Fort street,
adjolnlnK W. W. Wright's Carriage Shop.
AN JNVOIUK OF
Dry and Extra Dry Wine
in pints anil quarts, Just to linnd
in excellent condition, direct from
FREMINET & FIL3. For wile
at low rates by . . .
GONSALVES & CO.,
GSG'lat Queeo Street.
Steomen of Ike above Line running in connection with the
CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY
Between Voncouver, B. 0., nnd Sydney, N. S. W nnd enllinfr nt Viotorio, B. O.
Honolulu and Suva (Fiji),
.E 3DTT33 ' jSJI? ZOSTOLTTILiTT
On or about the dates below stated, viz.:
I'rcim Sydney onrt 8aT, for Victoria ami
Vancouver. B. O.t
Stinr "MIOWERA" Jnly 24
Btrar "AOIUNGI" AugnstO
Stmr WARRIMOO" September 3
Through Tickets issued from Honolulu to Cunatla,
United States and Europe.
FJIBIOHT AND PAS8BMOBH AGENTS:
D. MoNiooiiii, Montreal, Canada.
BoBEitT Kr.iin, Winnipeg, Canada.
M. M. Stkrn, San Francisco, Oal.
Q. MoL. BnowN, Vancouver, B. O.
Oceanic Steamship Company.
Tho Fine Passenger Steamors of This Liue 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. 2Gth
In connection with tho sailing of tho abovo steamors, the Agonts
aro proparod to issao, to intending passnugors, coupon through
tickets by any railroad from San Francisco, to all points in tho
United States, and from Now York by any steamship line to all
European ports. ,
For further particulars apply to
Wm. G. Irwin ,& Co., Limited,
General Agents Oceanic S. S. Co.
W. G. Irwin & Go.
Western Sngar Refinery Co. of San
Baldwin Looomotive Works of FLU,
delphia, X'cnn.. 0. 8 A.
Newell Universal Mill Co. (National
Cano Shredder), New York, U. 8. A.
N.Olilumlt & Uo'h Chouiical Fertilizers.
Alox Cross & Sons, hlyh grado fertil
izers for Cune und Cotl'co.
Reeds Steam i'ipe Covering
Offer for Sale
Pnrofflno Paint Co'a r & B Paints nnd
Pupers; Lucol and Lintoed oils, raw
Indurine, (a oold water paint) in white
Piltor Press Cloths, Cement, Llmo and
Wm. G. Irwin & Co.
Wm. O. Irwin, - President und Manager
Clans Sprookola, - - - Vice-President
W. M. Qiflard, - Secretary and Treasurer
OJieo. O. Porter, - - - Auditor
AGENTS OP TUB
OCEANIC STEAMSHIP COMPANY
OF BAN FllANOISCO, OAL.
Imported : Jewelry
Per "Australia" by
H. Gr. BIAJRT,
4013 Fort Street.
Quality, Style and Finish
Repairing a specialty.
GILBERT F. LITTLE,
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
Ifrom Victoria and Vnliroim-r, II. C t
Sura and Sydneri
Btmr "WARBIUOO" ....July IB
Btuir "MIOWERA" : Atignbt It
Bttur "AORANGI" Angnst 31
' tW For FreiRht mid Passage and all
General Information, apply to
THE0. H. DAVIES & CO., L'd
Aconts for tlioHawaiinnlnlands.
For San Franoisco:
AUSTRALIA JUNE 30tk
ALAMEDA JULY 22d
AUSTRALIA JULY 28th
MARIPOSA AUG. 19th
AUSTRALIA AUG. 23tk
Wife's Steamship Co's
O. Ii. WIGI1T, Prcs. S. B. HOSE, Seo.
Capt. J. A. KINO, FortSupt
Will leave Honolulu at 10 a. m., tonehing at
LAhulun, Manlaeo Bay and Mukena the
snuio day; Mnhukonn, Kawaihao and Lan
palioehoe tho following day, arriving at
llllo the same evening.
LrAVtB HONOLULU. ABJMVIS HONOLULU.
"Friday July 9 I Tuesday July 6
Tuesday. . . .July 20 Friday. . . . '. .July IS
Friday July 30 I Tuesday. . . .July 27
Tuebday.. .Aug. 10 Friday Aug' 0
Returning, will leave Uilo at 1 o'olook
p. m., touching at Laupahbehoe, Mahu
kona and Kawaihao same day; Makena,
Maalaea Bay and Lahaina the following
day; arriving at Honolulu the afternoons
of 'luesday and Fridays.
Will call at Pohoikl, Pnna.
fMT'No Freight will be received after
12 uoon on nay oi swung.
Will leave Honolulu Tuesday at 5r.H.
touching at Kahulul, liana, Uamoaond
Kipahulu, Maul. Returning arrives at
Honolulu Sunday mornings.
Will call at Nun, Kaupo, on second trip
of each month.
VNo Freight will be received after
r. m. on day of sailing.
This Company will reserves the tight to
make ohanges in the time of departure and
arrival of Its steamors without notice and '
it will not bo responsible for any cousc
quenoes arising therefrom.
Consignees must be at the Landings to
receive their Freight; this Company will
not hold Itself responsible tor freight after
it has been landed.
Live Stock only at owner's risk.
This Company will not be responsible
tor Money or Valuables of passengers
unless placed in tho care of Pursers.
PaBHengers are requested to purchase
tickets boforo ombarkiug. ThObe failing to
do so will be subject to an additional
charge of twenty-live per cent.
JOHN PHILLIPS, '
Hotel St., nonr Fort. Tel. 8C2.
JAS. F. MORGAN,
AUCTIONEEH AND BTOCK BROKER
No, 45 Queen Street.
Expert Appraisement of Real
Estate and Furniture,