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EVENING BULLETIN, JULY 2, 1897.
1770 1894 1807
J. M. "Weiiu received por
"Australia" and baa now dis
played an olcgant lino of
American Flags in Silk, Wool
and Cotton, Bunting, Muslin,
Largo Sbiolds, New Hawaiian
Flaps raado to order from the
ollioial copy, Ued, Wuito and
Bluo Tissue Paper for
festooning, Fancy Poles for
sill; llajjH, Largo Lithographs
of Washington, Lincoln,
Graut, Garfield and President
All Prices Just Right !
No. 316 Fort Street.
Commfccicer's Sale of Valuablo
Lands situate in Kipahulu, Dis
trict of Hana, Island of Maui.
Pursuiint to an order made by lion A.
VT. Carter, First Judge of the t'lrcnit
Court of the First Judicial Circuit, filed
the lDtM day of Juno, IbU7, iu a cause eu
titled Julia Colhnrn and hUHhnud versus
A. Noah K p ikni auil otlior, tho under
niRDed will s-tl at public auction, on MON
DAY the 10th day of JUI Y, 1SU7, nt 12
o'clock nnon, at the inanka entrance 'o tho
Judiciary nuiMinc, nil and nlngiilnr tho
following described lauds kitu.i o u. aforo
1. An undivided one.clRutk interest ill
tho lnnris at Knkutab, said interest agure
eating about 57 ncres more or le. and
being portion of lands describtd in It 1' ,
Grants No 19U2nuil No. 2801.
2. Apina3aml4 of L 0. A. 400 at
Halemauo, containing 7.30 acres more or
3.' K. T. Grant 2795 at Kalona, contain.
1ms 65.7A acres more or less.
iLO A. 4S10b at said Kalena, con.
Uintng 0 08 notes more or less.
Thche lands are, or havo been, under
cane lultivation. Deeds at expense of pur
chasers. Terms cash in U. 8. Gold. For
further particulars apply to
Gouiuiissiouer, at tho Judiciary BniUHng.
IN THE CIHCUITCOUKT OK THE FI1WT
Judicial Circuit, Hawaiian Islands. In l'ro
bate. In tin' matter of the petition of Deml
tia O. Camarluos to be appointed Guardian
' f Panaglotls George Camarlnot, an Insane
OllULK OP NOTICE AMJ l'UULlCATION.
Hnun rcadlnir and fillnir the petition of De
metrius ijeonre Camarincs In which petition
er mills tb.it petitioner Is the broth, rof
ranaglotls Utorge Uatnarinos, alto ana more
com mon IV Known as rctcr u. uamannos;
tlist ald l'anairlolis (icuruoCamarlnos 's an
Insane piion and residing without the He
piihlic of Hawaii, hut having istnto therein;
that It U proper that a Guardian should bu
appointed and praying that petitioner be ap
pointed Guardian of the person and estate of
said Insane person.
Now, tlierefure, It Is hereby ordeud that
all persons having an) Interest In the pie
mlses apniir beforo me ut ray eliamher In
tin- Judit lir) Dulldlin; Iu Honolulu. I.laml of
Oahu, M iHtliau Islands, on WhUMldDAi.
Lho 7lli riti) of July, A. I). lb'J7, at IU o'cloek
A u., then and there to show causu If any
they have why tho prajer of petitioner herein
should not tic xruuted,
And It Is further ordered that a eertlllcd
copy of tills Order bo published dally for one
week In tho Evkmno tlUMK-m, a newspiper
firlntul mid pnbli liidintbuKiigll h Unuae
u Honolulu aforesaid.
Dated Honolulu, H. I., JuucS'J. A. D 1S'J7.
(iio ) A. PEKItr,
Second . I udue of the Circuit Court of the
First Judicial Circuit of the Hawaiian Isl
ands. I certlly the foregoing Is a truo and correct
copy of the Older o( Notlee and l'ublkiitlon
now on file Iu the Clerk's Olllee of the First
Judicial Clrcnlt Court ot the Hawaiian Isl
ands. J. A. 'lllOMlMIN,
Orayon and "Water Colors
PICTURES ENLARGED AND NEATLY
From $5 00 tip. Simplex In lie been
at iu Studio, 21 Ui-retuniu Street.
H. HACKFELD & CO.
6ENER1L COMMISSION AGENTS
Oor. Fort ami Qneen Btreots, Honolulu,
M. PHILLIPS & CO.,
Whole-rale Importers and JobUrn of
European and American Dry Gocds
j-oit and Qnceu btreets.
ALLEN & ROBINSON.
Dealers in Luinbor and Coal
and Building Materials of all
Quooq Stroot, Honolulu.
To Coffee Planters
ALEXANDElt GARVIE has oponcd nn
Office in London, England, at 16 Uonrletta
street, opposite Bedford street, W. O., and
is prepared to rocelvo consignments of
COFFEE and other produce, and obtain tho
very best market prices for same.
A. G. has had six years' expenonoe iu
tho CofTee trade in England and Scotland,
and knows the London market thoroughly.
A. G. is also pri'piired to act as agont
and buyer for all cemmoditlea suitable for
the Hawaiian markot.
8amples of new goods will bo font out
immoliatbly ou being put on tho London
A, G. was over lito years In business in
the islands llrst la tho hanking establish
ment of Bishop A Co., and latterly with
the Unwailan Sugar Co,
N. B. For further information, apply to
the above address, or to Itobt. Catton, or
YY. II. Pain, Honolulu. 638 3m
Soon Be Coming Off
Graduating classes want
class photos made. Lower
classes ought to have
them, too. Wo want to
do all the college work
this year. Our posing
and grouping are not sur
We know our prices are
as low as the finest work
Fort Street, Honolulu.
A New and Thoroughly Efficient Des
troyer lor all
Dandruff in the Head.
Guaranteed to Cute the Scalp ol all rjklo Di
seases. Put np In one site bottle only.
Criterion Barber Shop,
Fort St , Opp. l'anthcon Stables.
S. i. UA.CD03UM).
a. s. uuurnitnrs,
BUMREYS & MOONALD,
A ttorneys Counsellors.
OUIce, lit Kaahumauu St., Honolulu
Why pooplocoiuolong distances
to buy nt tho Pnluma Grocory.
lleason No. 1 liocauso one- cus
tomer tells nnnlher bow much
they snreri by denliug nt this live
and let live establishment, ltca
flon No. 2 Because the saving
from tbeir procory bill helps them
to pay their bouse rent. If you
don't believe wbnt our customers
bay, just givo no n cnll and bo con
vince. Harry Cannon,
Palama Grocery, Opposite llnil
Tel. 755, overy time. Goods de
livered. BY 1'OLICC AT CALLAO.
Inquiry hero confirms the sory com.
ing- from Lima to tho effect that the
State Department has lodged a de
mand with the United States charge
of legation at Lima for the release of
the mnto of tho American bark "Uncle
John." He via ashore on December
19 last nt Callao, and was arrested be
cause of his constant demand for "Rai
nier Beer." On tap or in bottles at the
Nicely furnished rooms nt the
Popular House, 154 Tort street,
from 1.00 per week up. "
Torchon and Valonciennes laces
aro still in great doniand. L. fi.
Kerr has a choice lot, which bo is
BollhiR at lowest possible rates.
Mechanicn' H mo, oorner Hotel
rinl " IU' pr 1 jr i
day, weok or month. Torms: 25
and 50 ronta por nipht. ?1, and
$1 25 ner rwk.
Sharkey will dofeut Mahor if
ho drinks tho now O. P. S. Whis
key tlmt is just put on tho markot
at the Anchor Saloon. Also.
Half-and-IIalf aud Scattlo Boor. j
VARYING FOREIGN VIEWS
nitlTIMI AND CONTINENTAL.
I'APKIIH OJf THE TKKA.TT.
Jlobody Will Say a Ward AgAlait
Hawaii's Comhitc Under the
Nlara and, Stripe!
London, Juno 15. All tho after
noon papers treat tho Hawaiian
question in tho light ot tbo pro-poHt-il
ntniDXiilton of the islands to
tho United States.
Tho Globo says: "Tho ques
tion is usBoutially international,
and cannot bo disposed of by tho
decroo of ono power alone. Grent
Britain and France aro in tho
same position toward Hawaii as
tho United States. In our case, if
Hawaii is converted iuto a strong
naval station, it will practically
command tho alternative routo bs
tweon Vancouver, Australia and
tho Far East, and Great Britain
has every right to be consulted
beforo the scheme is oarried fur
ther." Tho Pall Mail Gazotto remarks:
"It seems probable that Hawaii
will bo under the StarBand Stripes
shortly, and nobody will say a
word against her. Wo should bo
glad to Bee Hawaii American
rather than any othei colony."
Tho Westminster Gazotto Bays:
"Groat Britain will not object to
the annexation of Hawaii, though
it remains to bo soon how Japan
will take Amoriua's action."
Tho morning papers continue to
diecUbB tbo question of nuut'xatiou
of Hawaii to the United States.
The Daily Graphio says: "Had
JiiUclauu been in the position of
tbe United States, she would pro
bably havo annexed Hawaii years
The Daily Chronicle, whose
Washington correspondent gives a
forecast of the contents of the
annexation treaty, says: "The
United States has ontercd upon
the thorny path of colonial ex
pansion. We wish the now ex
periment, though with sorao mis
givings, all success."
Lioudon, Juno 17. Most of the
morning papers contain editorials
ou tho proposed annexation of the
The Times says: The United
States Government has made a
new departure from its historical
policy. Such an acquisition of
foreign dependencies will bring of
necessity a now and serious for
eign policy, which canuot in all
cases bo determined by an unli
mited application of Monroeism.
Will Amorica pursuo the coloniz
ing course upon which sbe has
now ontered ? President McKin
ley tries bard to represent the case
ii h wholly exceptional, but the
foices tending in an opposito di
rection are very strong.
Tho Stnndard says: Tho natives
will be better off under the Amer
ican Government than before. No
doubt tho Americans will soon
build a fleet to protect their
Tho Telegraph says: No poli
tical complications aro likely to
ensue, but it is for tho Americans
to squaro annexation with tho
Monroe doctriuo. Euglaud's in
terest in tho evont is only senti
The Morning Post says: Pres
ident MoEinley should be satis
fied to fclif-lvo tho mattor now ho
has brought it before tbo public.
Japan is uot likely to consent with
out a struggle. England will re
quire a quid pro quo, and tho
affair will scarcely escape tho
notice of tho Australasians.
Tho Daily News admits that the
United States has a superior
claim and expects that the Japan
oso protest will bo merely diplo
matic. Paris, June 10. Tho Journal
dos Dobuts, commonting today on
tbo Hawaiian annexation treaty,
says: Only Groat Britain and
Japan havo enough interest in
Hawaii to oppose its annexation
especially Great Britain. In
theso times of imperial unity
tboiowill probably be livoly re
gret at seeing tho American Ro
publio installed in an important
position iu tho Pacifio between
tunudu and AubUuliu. Japan is
not in a position to oppose Ameri
London, June 17. Tho Pall
Mall Gazotto this afjomoon sayB
that Marquis lto, tho Japanoso
statesman who was interviewed
yesloulay in PariB on tho Hawai
ian annexation question, has do-
J, S. Walker,
Has for Sale and Lente on
a 1, Largo Lot, Maklkl Btroet, fenced, 228
2. Lot on Kinan street between Alapat
and Kapiolanl streets 140 feet frontage.
3. Lot on Lunolilo street between Alapal
and Hacltfeld streets.
4. 3 largo Lots ou Prospect street.
5. Honse and Lot' on Green street be
tween Kapiolanl and Viotoria.
6. The Building known asThomnn'Block,
2 stories and embracing 5 (rented) stores
on leased ground,
7. Lot comer of Kinau and Filkoi Btreets.
8. Rico Land nt Wnlknue, Koolan.
9. Lot on corner of Heulu nnd Kooan
mokn street", botnecn resldenco of W. A.
Itowen and lot of W. M. GiQurd, having
frontage on Hcnlu street 200 feet.
10. Lots 6 nnd 7 with House. Kalia,
11. Hall Aero Lot in Iliio 'lowu.
1 . 3,Cottagos on Queen street near Punch
2 3 Cottages nt Old Waiklki.
3. Store and Dwelling, corner Wyllie
and Nnuann, ready for occupancy.
4. Lot corner Merchant and Richards
Properties Managed, Collec
tior. of Rents, Loans Nego
tiated and Advances made on
Re il Estate.
JOHN S. WALKER,
Spreckels Block, Honolulu.
P. O Box. 339.
Importers and Dealers in
Steel and Iron Ranges,
121 & 123 King Street.
CAN'T BE BEAT !
My $10.00 Bath Tnbs, lined with best
quality, No. 10 ilno, 6 in. 1'ipo, Chain and
I'lug, with wood rim nil complete. Other
dealers are dumfonnded, nnd resort to nil
manner of Tricks and Excused.
lie not deceived, theso LiatU Tubs have
been sold for $14 nntll I reduced tho prioe.
I am prepared to do all work in my line
and guarantee satisfaction! Estimates fur
nished. If yon want a good Job cheap for Cash,
ring up xeiepnoue on, ana i am your
JAS. NOTT Jb,
Tinsmith fc Plumber
SIS to 621 1-ort Utroet.
Blacksmithing in All Us Branches.
W. W. WRIHT, Proprietor.
(Stoccssoi O TVpst.)
Livery and Boarding Stables
Corner Merchant and Richards fits.
LIVERY AND BOARDING STABLES.
Of Carriages, Burreys and Hacks at all
hours. TELEPHONE ISO.
Ton choose the old doctor before the young one. Why
fcecanse you don't want to entrust your life In Inexperienced
hands. True, the youn doctor mny be experienced. But
tbe old doctor must be. You take no chances with Dr. Maybe,
when Dr. Mustbe Is In reach. Same with medicines as with
medicine makers the long-tried remedy has your confidence.
You prefer experience to experiment when you are concerned.
The new remedy may be good but let somebody else prove
It. The old remedy must be good Judged on Its record of
cures. Just one more reason for choosing AYER'S Sarsa
parllla In preference to any other. It has been the standard
household sarsararllla for half a century. Its record Inspires
confidence fiO yenrs of curcu. If others may be good,
Ayer's Sarsaparllla imrsf: be. You take no chances when you
take AYKU'S Sarsaparllla.
Havana Cigars 4
JUST RECEIVED BY
HOLLISTER & CCX
From the Factories of
La African a,
Henry Clay & ."Bock & Co.
Corner Fort & Merchant Sts.
Since We Must Eat to Live, Let's Have the 'Best.
Just Opened TJp an
Invoice of . . .
SeUpLLiiftiiq's Bist Tis
Japan Flavor, English Breakfast and Ceylon. Also,
SCHILLING'S BEST BAKING POWDER.
Give themfa trial. Meney baok if ju don't like them. Also, jnst received
Choice Block Butter, Kits Creamery Butter,
Fidelity Brum! Bacon, tlams, Crackers and Cakes,
Mild Cheese, Smoked Beef,
Choice Humboldt Potatoes, Etc., Etc., Etc
212 King street, next to tho Arlington.
Main Office Telephone No. 63. P. O. Box No. 222 Branch Offlco Telephone No. 838.
Oahu Lumber and Building Co., Ld.
Lumber Merchants, Contractors & Builders.
IMrOBTEKS AND DEALEBS IN
Doors, Sashos, Faints, Oils, Builders' Harchvuro, "Wall Pnpors and
Hutting, Etc Manufacture All Kinds of Moulding.
Main Offlco, Leleo, King street. Branch Office and Planing Mill, corner King nnd
Bethel streets. Lumber Yards, Leleo and Lot near B. B. Depot. Privato track connect
ing with O. B. & L, Co. R. R. runs through onr yards to It. E. wharf and any part of
Ewa and Woianao stations. 483-tf
r-x AT THE :-
Gitv Furniture Store
(Oaner of Fort and BeretanU streets.)
AN ASSORTMENT OF
H.H. WILLIAMS, (Manager)
Undertnkor and Embalnir
Bulletin, 75c, Per Month
.'CONSIBTINQ OF .