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The Manufacturing Harness Go.
He presents Ono of Our Own tlaiid
made CARRIAGE HARNESS.
A complete assortment of Ladles and Gents Hand otnmned'BellR.
all stztr; Leggings and a complete assortment of everything peitaliilng to our
gJtT A complete assortment of Raolng Equipment.
0 Hpsclal We keep In stock and sell only OUlt OWN Manufacture.
Chisholm & Coughlin.
Mortgagee's Notice of Intention to
Foreclose and of Sale.
Notico is hereby given that by
virtue of a power of ealo contained
in that certain mortgage dated the
29th day of September, A. D.,
1894, made by Susan Eealoha
Kaapa and her husband, David
Kaapa, each of Honolulu, Island
of Oiiliu, to Francis I. Carter, of
Honolulu, recorded in the Regis
try of Conveyances in said Hono
lulu, in Libor 151, on pages 85,80
and 87, the said mortgagee in
tends to foreclose said mortgage
for a breach of the conditions in
said mortgage contained, to wit:
the non-payment of tho principal
and interest thereof whan due.
Notico is also given that all and
singular, the lands, tenements aud
hereditaments in said mortgage
deed contained and described, will
be sold at public auction at the
auction room of James F. Morgan
situate on Queen street, in said
Honolulu, on Monday, the 12th
day of July, A. D. 1897, at 12
o'clock nodn of said day.
The property covered by said
mortgage is thus described:
All those promises situated at
Kalihi, Honolulu, Island of Oahu,
set forth and described in ltoval
Patent (Grant) No. MOO, being
lots numbered 4 and 10 of the 1.17
acres,' and also the premises de
scribed as Apaua 2 in Royal
Pateut (Grant) 3083, with an
area of .23 of an acre; together
with tho tonements, hereditaments,
rights, privileges and appurte
nances thereto belongiug.
Terms Cash. Deed at expense
For further particulars apply to
Thurston & Stanley, attorneys for
FRANCIS I. CARTER,
By her attorneys, Thurston &
Dated Honolulu, June 15, 1897.
Kotlced I hereby given that the
undersigned J. Alfred Mugoon has dls-
. trained and levl-il upon the following
.goods and chattels, the property.of Ah
'Ilul, for rent due by the cald Ah Kul
to the said J. Alfred Mugoon and In
arrear to tht amount of One Hundred
and Fifty-four DoPnrs for rent of per-
' tain premises ou Klug Street, Houo-
lulu, to wtt:
Canned salmon, oy iters, sardines,
herrings, nssortod fruit and vegeta
bles, baking povtdur, tea, lice, currte
powder, mustard; tumblers, dishes,
tea pots, bowls, plutee , lumps, tin cups,
cooking utensils, shiits, ties, suspend
ers, under shirts, t-ockx, siocklups,
cuflV, collars, shoes, gloves, ribbons 45
pieces, woolen, cotton und linen cloth,
shawls, reaJymade alnthlug, comfort
ers, chairs, uails, lini-lits, yuupowder,
tire works, curry combs, eto , coustl
, .tilting the stock in trade of the said
And notice l further uiveti that said
goods and chattels w ill be sold at Pub
lic Auction at the uuetlou loom of
James V. Mnrcnii, on Queen Htreet,
Honolulu. H. 1 on THUIWDAV, the
8th day of July, 1607, at 10 o'clock a.
in,, to satisfy the rent due und In
arrear at aforesaid on the said pre
mises, OlMd J. ALPUKD MAOOON.
"Wlion you have a portrait on
lnrgud hoo that you get your
liiouoy'ri worth, King BroH, havo
reiluucil prices to 85,00, 0.50,
7,50 will 810,00 for worlc Hint
tliiiy uimntnlfo to lio lirululiiHH.
Phy invito comparison, .
J. ,7. COUQIILIN.
F. O. Box 322.
London' and Lancashire Fire
Insurance Company of
(Stock Corapanj, Incorporated 1801.)
Nomalk Fire Insurance Com
pany of Norwalk, Con
necticut. (Stock Compiny, Incorporated IS5U
fJ&F X policy written by the above
company Is doubly secure, as It repre
sents two of the lurcetit Fire Insurance
uompames uuck or it.
The Hawaiian Safe Deposit &
Agents for the Hawaiian Islands.
MS Fort HtrMt ... Honolulu
THE - BOW - TON
Ice Cream Parlors,
ilolcl and Union Streets.
"Log Cabin" and "Salt Water" Taffy
Hoiton Coenannt Cake,
Original French Horn,
lea Cream, Ieed Hoili.
Hires' Itoot llcer,
Ktc, Ktc, Etc.
G. MILLER, Manager.
Oonenil Mnnnftor of
Tho Equitable Life Assurance Society
Ol IIjo United Mutes for tho lluwullnn
Orrwi Jltrobiint strwl, Ilumilulu,
Hubccrlbtt for tli J5vkhi.no Jlur
i.irxiw 70 otmtu pr iimutli.
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EVENING BULLETIN, JULY T, 1897.
A Bod Trmty and II Km4r.
Japau rents hor cubo against
Hawaii upon tho time cluuso iu
the immiratiou trenty. Thia
clauao rcaila that "said treaty may
be terminated at any time by
mutual consent." Tho Japanese
Government construes it to moan
that tho treaty cannot bo termin
ated by either of tho signatory
powers without tho permission of
tho other, making tho agreement,
iu effect, perpetual. Hawaii con
tends that the words havo no such
meaning, but iu a case whero two
mon mako each other a promiso
which is to hold good until "ter
minated by mutual coneeut" tho
purposo is clear, it is a binding
promise until both agree to dis
solve) it, and so wo think, apart
from any abstract view as to the
natural aud proper limitation of
troaties, that tho Japanese case is
Ono may readily estimate tho
quality of Kanaka statesmanship
by this example. No Government
iu its senses would mako a treaty
with an ambiguous timo clause.
But tho Kalakaua regime novor
had any vory acute souses except
those of appotito. It was often
fooled and oftener bought. The
wily Japanese, by tho present of a
decoration hero and there aud by
vague promises of a futuro alliance,
or perhaps for aotual cash in hand,
were ablo to do pretty much as
they pleased with tho King and
his advisers. Wbon the Tokio
statesmen made up their minds
that Hawaii would bo a good
dumping placo for surplus coolies
it was easy to coax the Hawaiian
royal Government into thinking
the same thing. If not, it whs
easy to bribo it. Tho shrewd
Orientals were like confidence men
cheating children or buying them
with enndy. They rendily secur
ed tho immigration treaty thoy
wanted, doubtless for a very small
consideration, and therosult is be
fore the world in the presence on
the islands of 24,000 Japanese who
are eager to seize them politically
What is to be dono in this mat
tor? To our view tho rights or
wrongs ot tho treaty will not bo
considered for a moment if Japan
is loft to deal with an- unprotected
Hawaii. When thoro is a treaty
issue botween a strong power and
a weak one, tho will of the strong
power obtains unless the weak
ono can get holp. Tho Anglo
Venezuolan case proves tho rule.
We are certain that if annexation
or a protectorate is denied
Japan will force her construction
of the treaty upon the Dole Gov
ernment. In that case tho latter
would havo to do one of two
things Burrendor its cause to
Japan and let tho Asiatic sub
mergence come or appeal to somo
other power, presumably Great
Britain, to accept tho gift which
the Unitod States had spurned.
In either event this country would
havo lost its only chanco to
dominate the North Pacific and to
control those crosa toads of the
ocean which would bo of such
vast importance when tho Nicara
gua canal had been built. It
would havo abandoned a naval
outpost to a possible foe, aud with
it the onormous trade of the most
opulent of tho midocean inlands.
It would have given away a Ber
muda which had a thousand times
the wealth and richness of the
Bermuda already lost.
There is but one way for Ha
waii to save itself from tho effects
of tho injudicious treaty aud that
is to secure annexation to some
strong power. That act, under
international law, would annul tho
Japanese convention, but thero
appears to be no other way. The
islands cannot remain indepen
dent and secure rolief. Ihey
must go somewhere, and the great
question is, Shall they come to us
or go to a power that may use
them to do ub harm? Thero is
but ono answer which a wise and
patriotic American can make. S.
Iliitflile mid I'liueloim,
Gus Schuman bogs to inform
ttio pnblie that lie has on baud a
fine now lino of Surreys, Buggies,
Phaetons, Itoad Wagons aud Carta;
Doublo aud Singlo Huggy, Ex
press and Hack Humous mado
Hpecially for tho Hawaiian trado.
These goods are now oil exhibi
tion at tho Club Stables.
Doforo giving your ordor for a
tortrnil, boo what K'um J)ron,
iiivn lo hiiow in crayon oniaruo-
inontH mill judu;u for yourimlf
wliotlior thoy cuu (,'Ivn you tint
bust viiltta for your mony or
J. T. WATEBHQUS
Tho goods promised by the
"Australia" and "Aorangi"
havo arrived, moro than enough
separate articles to fill four
columns or moro of any news
paper. Somo of tho goods are
staple, others are luxuries such
as one needs for day or night
luncheon; these are Epicurean
Lunch goods, comprising
Pate do Fois Gras, Bon Acord
Sausages, Oxford and Cam
bridge Sausages, Preserved
Bloater, Albert Sardines,
Truflled Pates of Partridges,
Plover, Woodcock, Snipe and
Such a varied acsortment
has never been ofibred by any
dealers in Honolulu. But we
Curried Brawns, Juried 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 Sardines, German
Lentils, Pickled Eels in Jelly.
Anchovy Essence, Brown
Bread, Huckins' Soups, Pep
per and Tabasco Sauce.
These goods are tho best
quality ever imported to Hono
lulu. Our prices have never
been met in goods of the same
J. T. WATERHOUSE
M BRANDS OF FLOUR
City Feed Store
. . 250 BARHEL3 OF . .
Choice fJj- Peacock Brands
Cheapest iu Town.
L. H. DEE & CO.,
623 Beretania & Punchbowl.
Eagle -:- House
The Eaole House la the Coolest
and uioat Handsomely Furniohed in
with an excellent arrangement of
f. h. redward;
Contractor and Builder.
Offlcc.i and Stores fitted np and
Kotlmntes nlvcn on
ALL KINDS OP WORK.
tsr Olllco and Shop! No. Bit) Fort etrcet,
ndjolnlnir W. W. Wright's Carriage Bliop.
AN INVOICE Ol'
Dry anil fain' Dry Wine
In plnU Hinl iinirlH,Jut to hand
In excellent condition, dlm:t (nun
KHHMINKt' A KII.H. Kr tale
at low rales by , , .
GONSALVES & CO,,
uJJMm Qtioou hlit-ct,
Steamers ot th above Line roanta? in oonneoHoaj with- the
CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY
Be&weon Vancouver,.!). O., and Sydney, & 8. W., and calling' at Viotoria, B. 0.
Honolulu and Buvn (Fiji),
On or about the dates below stated, vis.:
from Hyilnoy nml Sara, far Victoria and
VanouuTor. B. O.I
Stuir"MIOWEItA."' Jnly 24 '.Stnir "WAMII1ICO" July 16
8tmr"AOIUNGI" August 0..8tuir"MIOWElU" August 18.
Stinr 'WAKHIMOO" September Z,&tmt "AOBANQl"; August 31;
Through Tickets Issued from IToiiolulu to- Canada,
United States and Europe.
FAEIOUt AMD-rABSENOBIt aoentb:
D. MoNiooWi, Monirool, Canada.
ItoitERT Ksttn, Winnipeg, Canada.
M. M. Stern, San Francisco, CaL
O. Moti. Bbown, Vancouver, B. C.
Oceanic Steamship Company.
Tho Fine Passenger Steamers of This Line Will Arrive at mi
Leave This Port as Hereunder.
From San Francisco:
AUSTRALIA ...... .JULY 20th
MOANA JULY 29th
AUSTRALIA AUG. 17th
ALAMEDA AUG. 2Gth
In couuoctiouwith the sailing of the nbovo steamers, tho Agonts
are proparod to issue, to intending passougors, coupon through
tickets by any railroad from San Ifrancisco, to all points in the
United States, and from Now York by auy steamship line-to all
For further particulars apply to
Wm. G. Irwin & Co., Limited,
General Agents Oceanic S. S. Co.
W. G. Irwin & Go.
Western Sugar Befinery Co. ot San
Baldwin Locomotive Works of Philii
delpliia, Penn.. U. 8. A.
Ntwoll Universal Mill Co. (National
Cauo Shredder), New York, U. 8. A.
N.Ohluudt & Co's Chemical Fertilizers.
Alex Cross it Sous, high grade fertil
izers for Cane and CotfVe.
lieeds Steiun Pipe Covering
Offer for Sale
Parnfflne Paint Co's P &B Paints ond
Papers; Lucol and Linbeed oils, raw
Iuduriue. (a cold water paint) in white
Filter Press Cloths, Cement, Lime and
Wim G. Irwin & Co.
Wm. G. Irwin, - President and Manager
Olaua Spreokols, - - - 'Vioe-PreBident
W. M. Qiffard, - Secretary and Treasurer
Theo. O. Porter, - - - Auditor
AGENTS OF TUB
OCEANIC STEAMSHIP COMPANY
OF SAN PKANOISOO. OAL.
Imported : JeWefoy
Per "Australia" by
EL GK JBIAJRT,
401 Fort Street.
Quality, Style and Finish
tJT Repairing a upeolalty.
GILBERT P. LITTLE,
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
From Victoria nnl. Vancouver, II. C, t
Suva ami HjiIncvS
t3T For Freight and Passngo and all)
General Information, apply to
THE0. H. DAVIES & CO., L'd
Afronts for thoHawaiianlfllnnds.
For San Francisco:
ALAMEDA JULYT 22d
AUSTRALIA JULY 28th
MARIPOSA AUG. 19th
AUSTRALIA AUG. 25th
0. L. WIGHT, Pres. S. B. HOSE, Beo.
Capt. J. A. KING, PortSupt.
Will lcavo Honolulu at 10 a. m., touching at
Lahaina, Maalaea Bay aud Makena the
same day; Mahukona, Kawnihae and Lau
Eithoehoe tho following day, arriving at
Ho the samo evening,
IIAVXB HONOLULU. ABBIVI8 IIOHOLCLV.
"Friday July 9
Tuesday... .July SO
Friday July 30
Tuebday. ..Aug. 10
Friday. July 16
Tuesday. . . .July 27
Friday Aug. 6
Tuesday. . . Aug. 17
Returning, will leave Hilo at 1 o'clook
P. M., touching at Laupahoehoe, Mahu
kona and Kawaihae same day; Makena,
Maalaea Bay and Lahaina the following
day; arriving at Honolulu tho afternoons
of Tuesday and Fridays.
Will call at Pohoiki, Puna.
JLWNo Freight will be received after
12noon on day of sailing.
Will leave Honolulu Tuesday at 5 r. m.j
touching ut Kahulul, Hana, Homoaand
KlpaUulu, Maui. Jteturning arrives at
Honolulu Sunday mornings.
Will call at Nuu, Eaupo, on second trip
of each month.
j"No Freight will be received aftei
r. M. on day of sailing.
This Company will roaerves the right to
make chances in tho time of departure and
arrival of its steamers without notico and
it will not be responsible for any conw
'quonces arising therefrom.
Consignees must bo at the Landings to
receive 'their Freight; this Company will
not hold Itself responsible for freight after
it has been landod.
Live Stock only at owner's risk.
This Company will not be responsible
for Money or Valuables of passengers
unlesH placed in tho care of Pursers.
Passengers are roqnested to purchase
tickets before embarking. Thoxe fulling to
do so will bo subject to an additional
ohorgo of twenty-live per cent.
' JOHN PHILLIPS,
Hotel St., nwir Fort, Tol. 802,
JAS. F. MORGAN,
AUOTIONKKlt AND HTOOK 1I1IOKKK
No, ii Quiun Stunt.
Export Apprnlcoiiionl of Ileal
Entitle inul Furnlturo,