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By Axitliority . '
Irrigation Notice. I
Holders of water privileges', or those
.paying water rate?, are hereby noti- I
tied tUttt tho limn for Irrigation pur
.poses are from 6 to 8 o'clock A. M iiinl
from 4 to G o'clock r. m. ,
II. Holder of witter privileges on
the Mopps ot 1'uiiClibowl above Ureell
street, mid in Kniiaiiti Valley nbovo
Bolio'jl mri'Mt, are hereby nolMrii that
they will not le te-trloted to the Irri
gation honra o( 0 to 8 a. in. anil 4 to 0
p. iu., but will bo allowed to Irrigate
whenever sufUcIeut water In available,
provided that they do not use the wa
ter for tnlgatlon purposes for more
than four hours In every twonty-four.
Supt, Honolulu Water Works.
Approved: J. A. Kino, Minister of
Honolulu, H. I., Juno 17, 1897.
Sl?? Eier?ii7$ Bulletin
DANIEL LOGAN, Editor.
FRIDAY, JULY 2, 1897.
Mr. C. F. Pflucor's gift of
mocking binla to tbcso islnnds,
when.- ln foiniorly lived, ia a very
groct'ful one. Mr. Jos. Marsdon,
Couiinibsiouer of Agriculture,
through whoso hands the birds
have been presented unci import
ed, was mindful to iuquire of the
donor ns to bow they wero for
their own defense mrainst other
feathered tribes. The answer wns
quile satisfactory, implying that,
though it is smaller, the mocking
bird would be more than able to
hold its owu nyaiust the pugna
cious and predacpous myuah.
It soems to be the name rather
than the game of colonies that
gives pause to American slab's
lucii regarding annexation. Yet
the development of the best part
of tlioir nation, as it stands today,
has been really one of colonial ex
pansion. Take yesterday and today's is
sues of the Bulletin, and you
have for preservation a complete
documentary history of the Ha
waiian annexation treaty of 1807,
together with much correlative in
formation on the subject.
A lengthy article in the Shang
hai Mercury on the Hawaiian
question concludes with a strong
argument that neither Qreat
Britain nor the United Stutes can
afford to allow the islands to fall
under Asiatic control.
Thorn is much food for thought
in the press comments from Lon
don aud the Continent on the Ha
.11 KS. ANIIl'OHD'N SCHOOL,.
Ciotlos; rtrll.r. In Conjunction tvlth
Aire. Tlaljrn'a Uarnun tiaaa.
Closing exorcises of an enter
taining kind wore held by Mrs.
C. V. Ashford's private school at
that lady's residence last night.
Tho Gorman class taught by
Mrs. Tiotjeu assisted. Friends
of tho teachers aud relatives of
tho pupils made an audionco that
tilled tho laro parlor. The pro
gram opened with a song by tho
laughing, dancing and singing
"Dolls," tlirocted by Kennotta
Waller. They wore girls from
iivo to ten years of ago represent
ing different nationalities as fol
lows: Emma Ilallentyno, French;
Ruth Waller, Gorman; Era
ma Harrison, American; Mar
guerite Ashford, Fairy;
Huron Ashford, Li Hung Chang;
Alice Goodman, California; Grace
Goodman, Japaunse; Johnny Ena,
Italian; Una Ena, Hawaiian.
Thoy carried on just like dolls
-worked with springs and strings
and sang liko graphophones. It
was a beautifully uovol exhibition.
"Tho wooing of an oarth prince
by a fairy," was given in duet by
iVIarguorito and Huron Ashford
very prettily, tho school circling
about them and singing tho
cIioiub. MmIro MoCaudloss re
cited "Tho dead pusBy cat" with
jiiost commendablo naturalness of
voice and action. Then the "Dolls"
came out again with an acted
boat rowing song in charming
A Gorman serio-comic song,
"Tho Goldon Wedding," was
rondered in coslumo by Mrs, Tiot
jen's class. Throo couples sat at
separato tea tables, tho mon fur
nished with long pipes. Only ono
boy was in tho cast, the couplos
beiuE! Clara Ena, frau. and Stan-
loy Ashford, maun; Madgo Mc
CandloBS, frau, aud Matilda
Walker, mann; Marion Logan,
frau, and Daisy Eua, mann. Tho
German was declared all right by
suoh a good authority as Prof.
Borger, while overybody found
tho singing enjoyable Again tho
"Dolls" appoared, sweetly sing
ing a lullaby with joined hands.
Matilda Walker tho schoolgirl
who composed a waltz which iu
printed and on sale gave u piano
solo that was highly pleasing,
after which tho "Dolls" gave their
last piece, "Rain Drops," a very
amusing one. Miss Oreighton by
request sang "Tho Life's Lesson,"
making all who heard her fiuo
voice wish to hear it again. Tho
"Monkoyshiners" was the final
act, and while elaborate prepara
tions for it were being made Mr.
Heln, who was in the audience,
kindly consented to give a reci
tation. With raro elocutionary
skill ho led tho hearers through a
wido camut of human emotions
in a medley of familiar selections.
Tho "Moukeyshiners" were a
laughable surprise, the young
people beini uot up as burnt
cork artists. They fired off cags,
saug a lot of nigger melodies,
played various instruments ot
torture a capital orchestra tor
tho "antiques and horriblos" anil
concluded with a circle dance
round a couplo of thoin who gave
a plantation breakdown. The
characters were: "Bicycle Girls,"
Clara Eua aud Madgo Mo
Caudloss; "Old Black Joe," Jeff
Higglns; "Professor Cine," Matil
da Walker; Undo Ebeu, Sam
Rose;" "Ned," Harold Giffurd;
"Dinah," Marion Logan; "George
Washington Jackson," Stanley
Ashford; "Sally," Daisy Eua;
"Martha," Hulgn Myers. Clara
Eua aud Jeff Higgius wore tho
breakdown dancers, and they car
ried themselves quite comically.
ririjr-NreaDeilti In ThW Cltr DiirlHK
Agent Reynolds of tho Board
of Health furnishes the mortuary
report for the month of June.
Tho number of douths is placed
at 57, tho same as in 1895 and
189C. Of this number -12 wore
males and 15 females. Twenty
seven woro Hawaiians, 9 Chinese,
8 Portuguese, 8 Japanese, 1
British, 2 American and 2 of othor
Heart disease carried off 5, con
sumption, fever and old ago i
each; bronchitis, convulsions, in
anition aud pneumonia wore res
ponsible for throo deaths each.
Among other causes of death
enumerated may be mentioned a
caso each of croup, diphtheria,
drowning and suicide. In two
cases tho cause of death was un
known. Fifteen people died without
any medical attendance, and tho
annual death rate for the month
per 1000 waB 22.80.
For Sale Ouo Columbus phae
ton fitted with solid rubber tires,
the very finest vehiclo ever
brought to this country, guaran
teed to stuud tho weur and tear of
Tho steamer Hawaii arrived
shortly before dark last ovening
with a full load of Houomu and
Onomea sugar for Messrs Castlo
& Cooko and 0 Brewer & Co.
This is this steamor's first ap
pearance iu this port for months,
and ou luesuay next it will re
turn to its usual Hilo route.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FIRST
Circuit of tho Hawaiian Islands. In
Probate. In the multerof the Estate
ot .Joseph LittzaruM, latu of Honolulu.
Oaliu, deoeui-ed. The last Will ami
Testament of said deceased, having
been prei-enteii to saiil Court, and a
petition for the Probate thereof, aud
for the lsiuunce of Letters Testamen
tary to John S. Wulker having been
Hied, notice Is hereby civen that Frl
ihij, July 30. A. D. IS97, ut 10 o'clock
a. in., iu Alilolani Hale, Honolulu, Is
appointed the time and place for prov
ing Biiid Will aud hearing said appli
cation, when and where any person
interested may appear and show cause
if any they have why the prayer
of paid petition should not bo granted.
By the Court:
GEORGE LUCAS, Clerk.
Honolulu, Juue 30, lb'J7. G10-3t
5 I W!
June 29, 1S97.
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, llie 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 STREET,
Opposite Spreokels' Bank
DO YOU USE
If no, why rot have the BE8T?
It Is well-known (but . . .
HAS NO SUPERIOR.
1ST Should your requirements call
for a tlrsl-class, but let- expensive
wine, we have, a full supply of
0,Every bottle tf any of above
brands Is guaranteed in perfect order
at time of delivery.
W. C. PEACOCK & CO.
640 Limited. it
Historical Society Notice.
rrt.A TTnwiilfuii TTIdLnrlnal ftnnlfttv
will hold a ineetlnif at the Y. M. C. A.
Hall, on FRIDAY EVENING, July
2, at 7 ;!J0 o'clock, at which papers of
lulerest will be read. The publlo Is
cordially Invited to attend. 047-3t
The Biennial Meeting
Of tho Members of the Queen's Hos
pital Corporation will be held at the
rooms of the Chamber of Commerce
on THURSDAY, the 29th of July,
A Cottage on tnauka side of King
.til. m.at I.lliba Htreet. Possession
, given at once. Apply to
tiiQ.lt A. V. GEAR & CO.
Lowered the Record
In the Mile Race.
The Remington -Lowered
k the Half Mile Race.
The Record Breaker,
Rode the Mile in 2:20, and the
Half Mile in 1:7 1-2.
HE RODE A REMING-TON IN EVERY RACE.
3T The Kcmington is tho third make of wheels that Mr. Silva has ridden since the'
beginning of his racing career. All other wheels that ho has ridden were two weak to
stand the hard strain that he inflicts. He invariably broke tho crank on othor wheels.
From New York:
Shovels, Axes, Hoe, Etc ,
Hinges, Lawn Mowers,
Paper Bags, Axle Grease,
Aud many other articles that wo have a steady demand
for, and which we offer to you at very low prices.
E. O. Hall& Son, Ltd.
Comer Fort and King Streets.
Universal Stoves $ Ranges!
The Best and the Cheapest !
.,v nnn,.- -w 7 t7 innh HoIob. Oven 15x17. Price S 8 00
Westeun.No. 7,'ll7inch Holes, Ovon 10 4x17. ....... 15 00
PiiiiSK IUnge, No. 7-18, 0-7 inch HoleB, Oven 18x18 inches.
jr jc0 -o Ov
Welcome IUnge, No. 7-18, 0-7 inch Holes, Ovon 18x18 inches.
Ai'i-OLLO Hanqe, No. 7-18, 0-7 inch Holes, Ovon 18x18 inchos.
prico o0 00
Sui'Eitn Universal Range, No. 7-18, 0-7 inch Holos, Ovon
18x18. Price 35 00
FOR SALE BY THE
Pacific Hardware Co., Ltd
Won Every Race
On June 11th and
Cycle & Manufacturing Co.,
-Agents fpr the Islands.
Notes for Our
These receive our most care
ful attention at all times, but
now tho warm weather is up
on us, our facilities for the
prompt shipment of fresh gro
ceries our careful packing
will explain why wo increase
year by year this class of
trade. Please note (by a com
parison of quality with any
price list in your vicinity) our
extremely moderate prices. Wo
maintain uniform high-grade
Wo shall bo pleased to make
up estimates for any number
of our patrons' who may pur
pose taking a cottage by tho
sea, or camping. If you will
state how many in tho party
and number of days or weeks
for your outing, we will quote
on anything from tho bath
soap in the morning to tho
after dinner citrar. Whnmvnr.
you may bo rusticating wo
can servo you with tho samo
attefition as if you wore .at
home in tho city. Wo serve
you tho year round it's our
Lewis & Co.,
Ill FORT STREET.
E2T TELEPHONE 240.
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