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EVEl-TKO tfl'LLETtN, JULY 8 LH!7.
Notice to Hackmen.
Notioo is hereby given that in
tho Rules ami RegulntiouB to bo
obsorved by HueiiHed carriers of
passougors in tho District of Ho
nolulu, tho following link's, u'lrtt
inj to Rules oE Fftio, linve boon
nmcndrd ho ns to rend:
13. To or from nny point in or
betweou Beretnnin street nnd tho
harbor and between Mnunnkoa
street and Punchbowl street, for
oither otio or two passengers, 25
cents. For each additional pas
ecuor, 10 cents.
14. To or from any point be
tween tho second bridge, Nuuauu
Avon ue, nnd Kunawni lane on
Lililia street and the harbor, and
between tho Reformatory School
on the Kvn road and tho lino of
Victoria street on tho Waikiki
Bidn not exceeding one milofrom
tho Htarting point for ouch pas
eengor, 25 cents.
Tlio above amended Rulos to
take effect from and aftor July 15,
18U7. J. A. KING,
Minister of the Interior.
Interior Ollice, July 8, 1897.
HnlilfiH of wuter irlvllroes, ortlio-e
paving water r.itw, are hurt by noti
fied that the hours fur Irrigation pur
pose Kic from G to 8 o'clock A. M. ami
from 1 to 0 o'clock p. St.
II. tlolriiTJ of water privileges on
the slopeu of I'unohliowl above Gren
street, and lu Nuuauu Valley above
School Mritel, are hereby notlfld that
the IM tint le restricted to tho Irri
gation liur of (I to 8 .i. in. mil 4 to 0
-). in., but. will be allowed to Irrigate
whenever BuMclent water Is available,
provided that they do not ue the wa
ter for Inflation purposes for tnorp
than four hours In every twenty-four.
Hupt. Honolulu Water Works.
Approved: J. A. Kino, Minister of
Honolulu, H. I., Juno IT, 1807.
Bi)( Euerii$ Bulletin,
DANIEL LOGAN. Editor.
THURSDAY, JULY 8, 1897.
No uuwspnper printed in foreign
parts seems to havo moro correct
ly apprehended tho Japnueso
difficulty with Hawaii thnu tho
Shanghai Mercury. As will be
seen from portions of an article
therefrom reprinted eleowhore, the
Morcury takes account of tho fact
that this Government made no
nttompt to stop Japnneso immi
gration absolutely. At tho worst,
it only strained the provisions of
tho treaty in its application of the
, general immigration laws and the
labor immigration convention with
Japan. This Government stands
on tho position that it did not vio
Into either tho treaty of friendship
or the convention, and that
it was within its indepen
dent powers in the manner
in which it administered tha laws
of immigration applying to nil
nationalities. Most interesting
of all tho Morcury's comments
upon tho question, not only in tho
articlo quoted todny but in others,
is its ostimato of the position as
sumed by Japan. This ostimato
in based upon notual expressions
in iuiluontial Japnnoso papors,
Hhowing the existenoo of pre
sumptuous jealousy of United
States dominance in Hawaiian
affairs. Siuco the Morcury gave
this estimnto, it has been officially
confirmed by Japan right in
"Washington. Tho Japnnoso pro
test against tho annexation treaty
virtuully disputes with tho United
Statos tho sphere of paramount
inflnonco ovor Hawaii. Nothing
olso was required so far as Japan
was concerned, and no stronger
ovidonco could bo prodncod, to
provo to tho United Statos that, if
Bho would porpotuato hor control
Jioro, theoretic assertion must bo
euccooded by active measures.
INCOME TAX ACT.
Au iucomo tax is juat what was
lacking to mnko tho burdens of
stato fall with aoino degreo of
equality upon tho people. Tho
law providing for it was not on
acted by any fluko or in n hurry.
It was dono doliboratoly with tho
approval of a mujority of tho
I votors, aftor having boon advocat
ed off and on for many years.
I Whatovcr defects may bo discov
, ored in tho initial applicatiou of
tho law can bo remedied by tho
1 next Legislature Instead of com-
biuing to fight it upon techuicali-
ties in tho courts, thoso subject to
! its provisions would do thomsolves
moro honor by aiming to secure
for the law a rounded perfection.
A contest betwoon tho classes and
tho masses would be a bad asset
for Hawaii to tender the United
States, which has enough of that
sort of business already, nnd nil
who nro in favor of annexation
should disdain to be associated
with an agitation against this
Nelson's flagship, tho Foudroy
ant, was rescuod from n "bono
yard" in Germany by subscription,
a few years ago, and taken back
to England for exhibition. While
touring tho coast in this capacity,
about tho middle of Inst mouth,
tho old rolic was driven ashore
near Liverpool nnd, it was expect
ed, 'would become a total wteck.
Her name with her couimnnder's
fame is imperishable.
ii:ci.Aittit a nit aw.
I he I.vaguo Niitlnn lh SI nro' Irull
t lu 3Iuutlny Ilwll Umuio.
At a meeting of the Baseball
League this afternoon to con
sider tho protest entered by tho
Stars agniust the decision of the
umpiro iu the ball gnmo on Mon
day last delegatos from all the
clubs were presents Tho protest
was finally allowed and tho game
declared a draw.
It will be roraomberod that
during tho gamo a ball wont past
Dayton, tho St. Louis catohor,
into the ciowd, whero it was pick
ed up by a small boy and thrown
to Dayton. In tho meantime um
pire Lucas from another part of
the held had called tune. It was
ruled that Lucas erred in calling
tinio and that thoStars wero ontitlcd
to tho two runs made liilu tho
bull wns blocked, tho decision be
iug based on tho following:
llulo 35. Sectiou 1. A Block
is a batted or thrown ball that is
touched, stppped or handled by
any person not engaged in tho
Sec. 2. Whenever n Block oc
curs the Umpiro shall declare it,
and Baso Runners mny run tho
buses without being put out until
thn ball has been rotuiued to and
held by tho Pitohor standing in
Sec. 3. In tho case of a Block,
if tha person not engaged in the
gamo should retain possession of
the ball, or throw or kick it be
yond tho reach of tho Fieldors,
tho Umpire should call "Time,"
and require each Baso Runner to
stop at tho last baso touched by
him until the ball bo returned to
tho Pitcher standing iu his posi
tion, and the Umpiro shall havo
Officers Logan and Wills of tho
police force havo been relieved
from further duty.
Residents of tho upper Punch
bowl slopes havo to savo water
when it runs for tho greater por
tion of tho time wheu it doesn't.
W. G. Ashley nnd Cnptain Coyne
have orected tanks ou thoir pro
mises holding 3009 gallons each.
Win. Kupeln, Queen street, found a
Rambler Biuyole lu his yard last
night. Owner o iit have Mime by call
ing at this olU.-p and paying charges.
Monday evening on Keeuumohu,
near Beietauiu, a New fcilile Curtulu
fur Carriage. Owner run have fame
by culling at this ollluu mid paying
July 7, 1897.
The holidays are over and
the community is settling
down to business again. The
three hottest months of the
year are at hand and many
people are thinking of discard
ing the use of coal and wood
stoves for the summer. To all
such we can recommend the
well-known and justly popular
Blue Flame Oil Stoves, of
which we have just received a
fresh supply. We can furnish
these in three sizes now, the
new size being a smaller and
cheaper edition of the others.
The Dietz Stove Company
the largest oil stove manufac
turers in the United States
are now turning out a beauti
ful stove for burning kerosene.
Complete with oven and pots,
etc., with one, two or three
In wood or coal burning
stoves we have the celebrated
Fisher Steel Ranges. The
Pansy, sizes 6, 7 and 8. The
Columbus, sizes 7 and 8.
The Olive and Bono. For
hotels or restaurants we have
a specially suitable one The
Empire City. In this the
oven is very large, the heating
surface exceptionally so, and
the price very low indeed.
Hawaiian Hardware Co
NO. 307 FORT STUKET,
Opposite Spreckels' Bank
A Good Reliable Raddle Pnny uud
Saddle, suitable for young lmly or
chllilreii, can be hud at, u most rwixon
able figure. Iiimjim at this Ofllce.
Dr. Herbert hereby gives notice
that ho will be ub-eut Irom the city
until July the twentieth, durlug
which time Mr. H. S. Ewlng will aut
with his full powor of attorney, uud
Is authorized to settle ull ai-cmmta.
June 28, 1807. (MB lw
Attention, Company A.
Ahmoky Companv A., N. Q. II., 1
Hosourin, Jn'v 8, !C9".J"
Every Member of this Couiuiaud is
hereby ordered to report at the Drill
Plied THIS (Thursdny) EVENING,
July 8, at 7:30 o'clock, for
603-lt Captain Coujmandlus.
IN THE C1KCUIT COUNT OF THE F1K3T
Circuit, Hawaiian inland, lu probate, Iu
tliu matter of Hit) Estate of Jnsenh It. Love-
Joy, late ot Honolulu, Oabu. tlt-imacd. The
iioiiiion anu accounts oi me Kxccntor and
Executrlv of tho will of said ileceau-d,
wherein they ask that their accounts bo ex
amined and approved, and thut a llnal order
be made of distribution of the property re
inalnlui; iu their hands to thu p?roi.a thereto
entitud, uud ilUchargin them from all
iurther responsibility a such Ktiutor and
Executrix. It Is ordered, that Monday, the
Dili day of August, A. I). IS'J7, at ten o'clock
u. in., at Chamber, lu tho Court House, at
Honolulu, bo nnd the same hereby is ap
pointed as the time and place (or hearing
euld petition uud accounts, nud that all per
sons liitercitcd may then und IhcTo uppear
and show caun If any thoy bate, why the
same should not be granted.
Honolulu, July U, 1H'J7.
By thu Court:
051-tft V. I). KFIXETT. Jit., Clirk.
IN THE OIltCUITCOUItT OF THE FIH3T
Circuit ol tho'juwnllaulslauds. nl'robate. Iu
the matter l the Kstutu ol Francis Speutcr,
late ofWalmca,Hawall,deceased. The last will
nud tehtnmeut of said lUci'axcd, having been
presented to said court together with u peti
tion for thu I'robnto thereof, and for the Is
suance of letters testamentary to Martha N.
Snencer having been llled, notieo Is hereby
Blvcii that Friday, (lie 0th day of August, A.
U. 1S'J7, at 10 o'cluclc a. m of said day, at
the Court Room of said Court, at Alllolsnl
Hale, In Honolulu, Oahu, Is unpointed the
time uud placo lor proving said Will and
hearing said application, when and where
any person Interested may appear and show
cause, If nny tbny have, why tho prajerof
said petition should not bo grunted.
Honolulu, July 7, 18'J7.
Hy the Court:
054-3t 1'. I). KF.IXETT, Jit., Clerk.
Subfloribo for theEvENiKU Bol-
letin 75 cents pox month.
Won Every - Race
On June 11th and I2th,
Lowered the Record
In the Mile Race,
Lowered the Record
En the Half Mile Race.
The Hecord Breaker,
Rode the Mile in 2:20, and the
Half Mile in 1:7 1-2.
HE RODE A REMING-TON IN EVERY RACE.
"Tho Remington is tho third nanlco of wheels thnfc'Mr.Silva has ridden since the
beginning of his racing cireer. All other wheels that he has ridden were two weak to
stand tho hard strain that ho inflicts. Ho invariably broke the crank on other wheels.
From New York:
Hinges, Lawn Mowers,
Paper Bags, Axle Grease,
And many other articles that wo have a steady demand
for, aud which wo offer to you at very low prices.
E. O. Hall & Son, Ltd.
Corner Fort and King Streets.
Universal Stoves $ Ranges !
Tlio Hesfc and the Cheapest !
Dandy Cook, No. 7, -4-7 inch Holes, Ovon 15x17. Trico $ 8 00
"Wksteiin, No. 7, 4-7 inoli Holes, Ovon 16 ixl7. " 15 00
PitiZE Hange, No. 7-18, G-7 inch Holes, Ovon 18x18 inohos.
Prico : 23 00
Welcome Range, No. 7-18, (5-7 inoh Holes, Ovon 18x18 inohos.
Prico 27 00
Ari'OLLO Uanoe, No. 7-18, G-7 inoh Holes, Ovon 18x18 inohos.
- Prico . . . 80 00
Supeiib Univehbal Range, No. 7-18, G-7 inoh Holes, Ovon
18x18. Prico 35 00
FOR SALE BY THE
Cycle & Manufacturing Co.,
.Agents for the Islands.
W AK OO., IjTD
Notes for Our
These receive our most care
ful attention at all times, but
now the warm weather is up
on us our facilities for tho
prompt shipment of fresh gro
ceries our careful packing
will explain why we increase
year by year this class of
trade. Please note (by a com
parison of quality with any
prico list in your vicinity) our
extremely moderate prices. Wo
maintain uniform high-grade
Wo shall bo pleased to mako
up estimates for any number
of our patrons who may pur
poso taking a cottage by the
sea, or camping. If you will
stato how many in tho party
and number of days or weeks
for your outing, wo will quoto
on anything from tho bath
SOan in the mnrninrr in fVin
after dinnor cigar. Wherever
you may be rusticating wo
luii ouivu yuu witu me same
attention as if you wore at
homo in the city. We servo
vou tho year round it's our
Lewis & Co.,
Ill FORT STREET.
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