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ISVENINO 'BULLETIN, JULY 9, 1897.
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Notice to Hackmen.
Notico ib hereby given that in
tlio HuIob and lkulntions to bo
obaorved by licensed enrriors o
pasaengora in the Diotrict of Ho
nolulu, the following UuIps, relat
ing to HiUuH of Furo, have been
nmended ho iih to reatl:
13. To or from any point in or
between lierotiiuin Btrei'l and tho
harbor and betueeu Mnunakoa
Btroet and 1'uuchbowl street, for
either ouo or two rmaoougors, 25
cents. For each additional pas
seugtir, 10 cents.
14. To or from any point be
tween the second bridge, Nuuanu
Avenue, and Kunawai lane on
Lililia etroet and tho harbor, and
between tho lteformatory School
on tho Ewa road and tho lino of
Victoria street on tho Waikiki
side not exceeding one milofrom
the starting point for each paB
sengor, 25 cents.
Tho abovo amended ltulos to
tuko olleot from and after July 15,
1807. J. A. KING,
Minister of the Interior.
lntorior Office, July 8, 1897.
Holders of wntor privilege, or thope
pitying water rule-, uiv liurMiy notl
ik-il that Ibu hours for irrigation pur
poses itre from 6 to S o'oioult a. m uml
from 1 to 6 o'clock i. m.
II. Holders of water privileges on
thu slopes of Punchbowl ubove Green
street, and In Nuuanu Valley hbove
Soliool street, are hereby notified llmt
they will not be restricted to the Irrl
gatlou hours of 0 to 8 a. m. nud 4 to 6
p. in., but will be allowed to irrlgato
vt believer tuflluleiit water in available,
provided that tbey do not u the wa
ter for irrigation purpoie-. (or more
than four hours In every twenty-four.
Supt. Honolulu Wit'er Works.
Approved: J. A. Kino. Minister of
Houolulu, H. I., Juno 17, IW)7.
51? Euepi Bulletin;,
UANItL, loqah, suitor.
FitLUAY, JULY 0, 1897.
THE GOTO TREATMENT,
When with the Board of Health
expedition at Molokai lately, the
writer made inquiries of some of
tho aillicted people ih to tho Goto
treatment. Those who had been
taking it freely testified that it had
greatly benefited their genoral
condition. One young Hawaiian
man attributed the Btrongth and
vigor he enjoyed to the Goto reme
dioH, but refused to indulge in
hopes thut they would oradicnte
the disoase. A youug white man
said ho was taking tho baths and
deriving benefit from them, but
had early abandoned the internal
medicine because it turned his
stomach. The writer suggested to
him that perhaps perseverance
would havoovercomotho disagree
ablo results, and that it was an
injustice to tho remedies to take
them only in part. As it was well
known that-natives wore liablo to
disregard some or all of a doctor's
ordors, it rested with white pa
tionts to givo a thorough test to
any roputnblo treatment prescrib
ed. Ho Beamed impressed and
promised to give the mattor serious
consideration. Although tho Board
of Health and its oflicials linvo
iiflyer bran onthuuinstio ovor tho
Goto treatment - indeed would
have shut it out from the regimou
of the Lepor Settlements wero it
not for tho importunities of suf
fororri und nttoudautH to have it
retained thorp in put an absence
of ovidoucu that it linn positively
ourutive virtues when taken in
timo and faithfully persevered in.
That it U only porfuiicitnrily ml
ministerod ut the Beltlomuntu,
howovor, thoru Is no doubt. "Tnlce
Jt or loftvo it nlono, im you
pleiiHO," Is llio priuoipla followed,
nd tlmsn who lakn il may do ho
in purl or na u whole juut iw units
tho iicklo dispositions of sick peo
ple This is a vory loose and
blamoworthy method of dealing
with a mass of suffering humani
ty, one of the most pitiablo in tho
world. Even if only tho gonornl
health of the sufforors is improved
by tho Goto treatment, a great
ond is accomplished and the treat
mont should bo administered
uuivorsally and with thorough
fidelity to tho formula. Whilo
our health authorities aro keeping
their eyes peeled for a euro in
ovory coruor of tho earth, thoy
should not negloct anything at
thoir hand which, like the Goto
treatment, has proved itself to
possess virtues of alleviation.
According to tho latest news, the
House is likoly to stick to its
sugar schedule, with tho Hawai
ian reciprocity clause, and carry
it through conference if uecossary.
Mexico is a groat country with
prospects of continued progress.
Whilo on account of tho similarity
of products Mexico and Hawaii
are not likoly over to havo a largo
exchango botwoon each other, it is
only a question of timo when great
steamship linos will bo in opera
tion botwoen Mexico and the
Orient, from which Hawaii will
recoivo valuablo droppiugs of
laikni i'ui:i(J.v ni:mv i
Continued from lkt Page.
Police precautions for safe
guarding tho Queen and her
guests during jubilee week were
on a prodigious scale. There were
police agents from ovory capital
in Europe included in the force,
that was in chargo of Inspector
Melville. British revolutionists
had been threatening all soils of
things, and it was HUppoBed the
wreck of an underground train,
two mouths ago, was the rehearsal
of a dynamite plot. It was intend
ed to flood tho route of procession
with revolutionary litornture, but
thero was not money to pay for
rue uoou anu me socialist primers
wore vile enough to stipulate pay
in advance. Only one man is
known by tho polico to havo at
tempted tho circulation of prints.
He had begun to distribute revo
lutionary leaflets, whon ho was
seized and hustled off to Scotland
Yard. The leaflet had on one side
a Jubilee hymn in glorification of
rebellion. On tho other was a
proclamation that impolitely spoke
of tho Queen as a ''fat old woman
evidently destined by nature 'for
the washtub, but olovated by foi
tuno to the throne."
nici-Airt nit: or Tin: kin At'.
Many l'riinilnriil l'eiiiln Aro Now
mi III. Wily li llawnll.
Thore was a largo crowd at the
wharf this morning to seo the
Kiuau leave and bid farewell to
departing passengers. The usual
tardy passengers delayed the ves
sel a few minutes and lato mail
and packages had to bo thrown
into the boats hanginc ovor tho
Prominent among herpassoncors
were Admiral L'eardsleo and wife.
British Commissioner A. G. S.
Hawes, Judgo Perry, ltov. O. H.
Gulick and wifo mi 1 L. 0. Lymnu
Every berth on tho Kinau for
this trip was engaged a week ago
and many of her largo passenger
usi win navetocontont tnomselves
with mattresses on deck.
nous k NifJAii m)iii:iiii.:.
Sliilrinenl 'Hint tlin Kouule U'lllTllkit
Chicago, Juno 25. - Tho Post's
Washington special Bays: Thoro
is ovory reason to boliovo that tho
Seuato will back down tho rest of
tho way and squuroly accept the
lloiisn sugar schedulo, Chairman
Dim-ley und tho other mombers
of tho Ways and Means Commit'
too make a Mat denial of tho state
ment mado whuu thu Sunato udopt
ed what was thou called a com
promise hoIipiIuIo that tho llouso
liud agreed to accept that compro
mise, Thoy insist that thu Huualo
shall swallow the Hunan proposi
tion whole, and in all probability
this will lm done.
I im&iy j opsej
fitly 7, 1S97.
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 STREET,
Opposite Spreckels' Bank
Win. Knpoln, Queen Rtreet, found a
Rambler Hioycle In Ilia yard last
night. Owner o tu have mine hy call
ing ut tins ofllre uiiil mIiiL' clmiLed.
Monday evening on Kt-eKiitrioku,
lieur Buieluniii, u New tilde Curiuiu
(ur Carriage. Owner can luve fame
by calling at iliis olllun und paying
A Good Reliable Saddle Pony and
Saddle, suitable for young ludy or
children, cuu he. liud at u most iviinoii
able figure. Inquire at tills Oflice.
Dr. Herbert herehy gives notice
that he will be absent from the city
until July the twentieth, during
which time Mr. H. S. Ewing will act
with Ills full nower of attorney, und
la authorized to Mettle ull uccouiiib.
June 28. 1807. 046 lw
IN THE CJKOUIT COURT OF THE FIRST
Circuit, Hawaiian liiUml! In probata. Iu
thu matter of lliu Kslato of Joseub II. Love-
Joy, lato ol Honolulu, Oahu, dm-ased. ., Thu
Eulltloii ami ai-cmim or mo Kxccuttr nwl
eculrlx of tin- will of Bald deceased.
herein tlieyask tliat their accounts be ex
amined and approval, and tbut a Uual order
be miulu of distribution of the property re
lnalnlni; iu tlielr lunula to the peron thereto
entltlid, and dhtcbaru.lu;: ibeiu from all
further responsibility as such Kxecutoraiid
Kieiilrlx- It Is oidered, that Monday, tho
tlth day of Autfiint, A. I). IBU7, ut ten o'clock
u. in., ut Chambers, In the Court House, at
Honolulu, bu ami tuo same hereby Is up
pulutcil as the timo nml plueo fur lieurlii;;
said petition and accounts, and that nil per
sons Interested may then and there dp near
ami show came, If any they have, why tho
same should nut he emitted.
Honolulu, Jiuy , ib'J7.
Ilv thu Court:
B5I-31 I'. I). KHI.I.KTT, Jit., Cleric.
IN THE CIUCU1T COUItT OK THE KIHST
Circuit of tlie'luwallutilslaiiils, Inl'robate. In
the mailer l tint Estate o iTunelstipcmer.
Utu ofValiiiLa.lliiull.di.ceUfeed. Thu last Mill
and testament ol suhi ilrrcancri, having been
pieMjnuu in ait tti court loeiner llli a peti
tion for thu I'ruhalo thereof, and for the Is
suance 01 miters icsluiniutary Iu .Murlliu N,
HpeuviT Imvlnu' been lllnl, milieu Is hereby
ulu'ii that Friday, tliulitli day of Aliliust, A
the Court Hoiim of said Court, at Alllolanl
Hale, In Houolulu, Oahu, Is u molntcd llio
time und plueo for provlnc said Will ami
licuilui; laid upplleuliou, uln.ii uml where
any peisoii lutuiestid inn) appeur and show
cause, If uuy they huvn, why Die iinijcr of
sulil petition 'linuld not bo Klsnleil.
Honolulu, Jul) 7, IW.
Hj ll( uml.
0W-JI IM), Kl;i.l,l,l'l,Jll.,Cleik,
;. io'ji, ui it; ociorii a. m Ol saiu nay, ut
Broke Mis Own Record.
Doing the half-mile
E2? NOTE. The REMINGTON ROADSTER is mado on the same model as
tho Racer, only it is more substantial and built expressly to stand usage on heavy roads.
flier Tho prices of these Wheels nre within tho reach of all, and aro either
cash or on tho installment plan.
Kg In our Supply Department wo keep a full lino of parts for this make of wheel
thereby doing away with tho necessity of sending to the factory.
EST Our Repairing Department is fully equipped to do the most intricate and
delicate of repairing.
Wheels rented by
i From 3STew York:
Shovels, Axes, Hoe, Etc.,
Hinges, Lawn Mowers,
Paper Bags, Axlo Grease,
And many other articles that we havo a steady demand
for, and which wo ofl'or to you at very low prices.
E. O. Hall & Son, Ltd.
Cornor Port and King Streets.
Universal Stoves 0 Ranges !
The Host and tho Cheapest !
Dandy Cook, No. 7, '1-7 inch llolos, Ovon 15x17. Prico S 8 00
WiMTEHN, No. 7, 1 7 mall notes, uvon iu xiy. j& uu
I'WZK ItANOK. No. 7-18, (5-7 inch HoIoh, Ovon 18x18 itichos.
i'rico 23 00
NVki.com u Hanoi:, No. 7-18, (5-7 inuh HoIoh, Ovon 18x18 inches.
I'rico 27 00
ArroiiU) Hanoi:, No. 7-18, 0-7 inch liolos, Ovon 18x18 inohou.
Trico 80 00
Buram Uniyohai, HanoK, No. 7-18, (1-7 inch HoIoh, Ovon
18x18. Trico G 00
VOlt BALIS UV THK
Pacific Hardware Co,, Ltd
Pronounces the REMINGTON
the best Racing Wheel ever
the hour, day or week.
Cycle & Manufacturing Co.,
-Agents for the Islands.
in 1:05 flat.
Notes for Our
These recoivo our most care
ful attention at all times, but
now tho warm weather is up
on us, our facilities for tho
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
prico list in your vicinity) our
extremely moderate prices. We
maintain uniform high-grade
Wo shall bo pleased to make
up estimates for any number
of our patrons who may pur
poso taking a cottage by tho
sea, or camping. If you will
stato how many in tho party
and number of days or weoks
for your outing, wo will quote
on anything from tho bath
SOai) in thu mnrninif ir !.
nftor dinner cigar. Whorovor
jwu may uo rusticating wo
pirn ttnnrn mtt ...III. L
.. .,., JUU Willi LUO Kamo
attontion as if you were at
homo in tho city. Wo sorvo
you tho year roundit's our
Lewis & Co.,
Ill FORT STJ113ET.