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Holders of water privilege, or those
paying water rates, are hereby noti
fied tlutt the liDiiri fur Imitation pur
pose tue frmn 6 to 8 o'olnck A. M and
from 4 lo 6 o'clock p. M.
II. Hidden of nuler pllvllegesou
the lip8 lit Punchbowl uiiovo Green
street, ninl In Nuimitu Vulley abovo
rioliool Hircet, are hereby notified that
tlioy Mill not bo restricted to the Irri
gation hours of 6 to 8 n. in. and 4 to 6
p. m.t but will be allowed to Irrlgulo
whenever sulllclentuaterls available,
provided tliat they do run u-u lliu wa
ter for irrigation purposes for more
than lour hours In every twenty-four.
Supt. Honolulu Water Works.
Approved: J. A. Kino, Minister of
Honolulu, II. I., June 17, 1697.
51? Evepir Bulletin
DANIEL LOGAN. Editor.
FRIDAY, JULY 1C, 1897.
GOOD NEWS AGAIN.
Ouco moro it is -the unexpected
that co in oh iu tidings from Wash
ington. There was tin ngreeablo
surprieo a few weeks ago in the
nous that President MuKinley
hml presented an annexation
treaty to the Senate at this extra
session. Later, and still later, the
word was that tho treaty had been
hung up to dry until the regular
session of Congress in December.
The opponents of the scheaio horo
forthwith donned tho caps
of score, and predicted that tho
treaty would never be taken down
i from the book. Today, however,
tho nows has come that the annex
ation treaty is to be pleased for
ward by its friends at tho present
senBion. Tho inference is fair that
its friends nro assured of availing
support to have the instrument
ratified. Any otUor conclusion
would imply that the Republican
party managers are stupid enough
to invite a political reverse that
would rack tho "grand old party"
from center to circumference.
There may be the greatest nows
that was over received iu these isl
ami a by tho San Fiaucisco mail
next Tuesday morning.
AN ABLE MAN.
Profossor "W. T. Brigham, who
retires from tho position of Cura
tor of tho Bishop Museum, is un
doubtedly a man of particular
ability. His retirement as such
is to bo regretted, and is con
strained simply because of his
strong personal moods, which,
although hardly an evidence, is
often an allliction of genius. It is
understood that Mr. Brighatn has
resigned because ho could not
brook complaints from the Trus
tees regarding his manner at
timos toward visitors to tho insti
tution. Wo have often heard it
remarked that the Curator unne
cessarily vented his most sovere
opiuious on Hawaiian royalty
whilo showing its rolics. It would
appear that the climax was capped
a few weeks ago when a number
of cslimablo Hawaiian ladies
woro ordered oiT n carolul
ly nurtured plot of grass
by a man about tho place who
said ho acted under the orders of
tho Curator. Another side of tho
story volunteered to us privatoly
by an admirer of the professor
without any suggestion from him
would indicate that the Curator
meant no olTouco whatovor on that
occasion. Personally tho writer
can testify to witnessing the
utmost courtesy to visitors, ou
different occasions, by tho Curator,
who evinced enlliueiaHtiu pleasure
ovon iu giving information, This
writing iu not inspired or suggest
oil from any outside quarter. It is
not oven innlfgntodby nny personal
friendship, for the writer has run
tho srnmy side of this
i bnvnnt8 ualuro ou several
sions. TLobo linos are writ
ton, iu view of Professor Brig
barn's retiromont, in recogni
tion of oar 80DBO of bis high qua
lities as a scientific man. It will
bo long if ovor before the Trus
tees can secure tho sorvices of nu
oxpert so nccomplisliod, both as
collector and classifior, to toko
caro of tho pricoless treasures of
our Musoum, tho greatest reposi
tory of Polynesian relics iu exist
ence. "Our" is writtou advisedly,
as a large portion of tho exhibits
belong to tho Hawaiian Govern
ment. Elsowhore a brnna of settlement
of the baseball difficulty is
mentioned, to whioh tho St.
Louis club is prepared to submit.
It is certainly fair enough to suit
the most exacting, and if tho other
clubs aro moved by good faith it
will be accepted. Othorwise tbo
public will place the respoiiBibili
ty for breaking up the season
elsewhere than with tho St. Louis
boys. Thus far tho gate
receipts have exoeeded those
of any entire season pre
viously, and, when tho public has
so gonerously patronized tho game
the players should be ready to
make sacrifices. Especially when
it is only inuleheadcduess that is
asked to bo waived.
Count Okuma had not heard of
tho annexation treaty when inter
viewed by Mr. Noyce, but he could
not believe that tho United States
would take any such stop. Ho
makes a most interesting state
ment to the effect that the 25,000
Japanese in Hawaii aro amenable
to tbo orders of their country's
Minister here, which he assumes
to be a sufficient assurance to the
Hawaiiun Government of their
good behavior. Hawaii ought to
bo satisfied, the Count thinks,
with her independence that is(
ot course, if she, is not independ
ent enough to prefer American
rather than Japanese control of
her destiny. .
Such things have happened in
Honolulu, but the press has sel
dom showed it cared. No Lon
don evening paper received an in
vitation tor a royal ball given in
connection with the Jubilee.
Whilo all wero irritated at the
slight, tho Pall Mall Gazette
owned by tho rich Now Yorker,
William Waldorf Astor was tho
only one that made its chagrin
public. An editorial in that
paper apologized for the "ab
sence of any account of what must
have boeu a most interesting
function, but," it said, "as wo did
not see it we cannot describe it."
While people iu Eastern and
Midstate cities aro sweltering in
the torrid heat of their summer
would bo a good time for tho dis
tribution of information about tho
genial climate of Hawaii. Hero
Christmas and tho Fourth of July
aro so much aliko in temperaturo
that ouo can't toll t'other from
which without consulting the
calendar. Sunstroke, or even tho
mildest form ot prostration from
bent, is absolutely unknown. Ha
waii is a grateful resort for fugi
tives from aggravated summor or
winter of other climes aliko.
Congress hns got so easily
through with the tariff that it is
going to tackle otlior important
mattors iu tho extra session. Ha
waiian annexation is referred to
olBewhore, and it will bo soon that
tho currency is to get a good (tir
When tho Uostou Horuld in ono
breath vaunts tho political intelli
gence of tho uativo Huwaiians
and dreads tlioir ndmiesiou to
American citixouship, it commits
11 solecism that one would hardly
expect to comu out of Moslem,
July 7, iS)7
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
City Feed Store
L. H. DEE & CO.,
Beretania & Punchbowl StreetB.
Al Hay, Grain and Feed
Of all Kinds.
Fine New Zealand Potatoes
Always on llinul.
Hock Halt, Etc ,
FINEST EQUIPPED CARRIAGES
in tho City, with Competent and Care
Gentle Saddle Horses for Ladies and Gentlemen
Always on hand.
Stand at the Pantheon Stables,
Corner ot Fort and Hotel Streets.
TeLBpnoNB.- Hnw'n Hotel Htablea 32.
Pantheon Stables 34.
Notice Is hereby given thut the fol
lowing estrays tins been impounded
In the Government Pouud at Muklkl,
Honolulu, viz :
1 Son el Marti branded ou the left
hind quarters " 6," white spot ou
1 By Coll no braud, white spot on
the forehead, white wpot ou the none,
four I) I ark It- k. '
And if such extrays are not claimed
and all pound iiiirgei HutUMed on or
before SATURDAY, July 21. 1897, at
12 n'clouk noon, the same will be bold
ou thut date and hour to the highest
bidder. K. KEKUENE,
Honolulu, H. T., July 10, lb07.
A meeting of tlio-u interested In the
Hud Men r hoieby ordered lo be
preent at 7:30 o'clock THIS (Friday)
EVENING, at K. of P. Hill, Fort
CHAS. W. WEATHEIUVAX,
060 It Chairman.
Notice of Removal.
Humphreys & Maudnnald, Attor
neys and 0ouuellorH, have removed
their law chambers from li:t Kunliu.
miiiiil street to Hn D.inion Hullillug.
corner King and IUtiiul mrouiw,
Broke His Own Record,
Doing the half-mile in 1:05 flat.
Pronounces the REMINGTON
the best Racing Wheel ever
J NOTE. The EEMTNGTON KOADSTER is
tho Racer, only it is more substantial and built expressly to
BSF" Tho prices of these Wheels
cash or on tho installment plan.
K2? In our Supply Department wo keep a full line of
thereby doing away with the necessity of sending to the
JZ2T Our Repairing Department is fully equipped
delicate of repairing.
Wheels rented by
The Pacific Cycle & Manufacturing Co.,
Sole Agents for the Islands. .
ITrom ISTew York:
Shovels, Axes, Hoe, Etc ,
Hinges, Lawn Mowers,
, Candles, Steel,
Paper Bags, Axle Grease,
Aud many other articles that we have a steady demand
for, aud which wo offer to you at very low prices.
'E. O. Hall
Corner Fort and
Universal Stoves $ Ranges !
The Best and the Cheapest !
Dandy Cook, No. 7, '1-7 inch Holes, Ovon 15x17. Trico S 8 00
Webteun, No. 7, 4-7 inou Holes, Ovon 10 ixl7. " 1G 00
I'iiize Hanoi:, No. 7-18, 0-7 inch Holes, Ovon 18x18 inohos.
Prico 23 00
Welcome IUnuk, No. 7-18,0-7 inou Holes, Ovon 18x18 incboa.
Prico 27 00
Aitollo Uanok, No. 7-18, 0-7 inch Holos, Ovon 18x18 inohos.
X rico tu uu
Sui'EHW Univeiikal Hanoi:, No. 7-18, 0-7 inch Holes. Ovon
Pacific Hardware Co., Ltd
ore within the reach of nil, and are either
the hour, day or week.
& Son, Ltd.
made on tho same model as
stand usage on heavy roads.
parts for this make of wheel
to do tho most intricate and
Now located at Fort and Beretania
Streets, Waring Bluck.
Now prepared to do
In the Latest Styles.
Cabinets, $1.50 Per Half Dozen
CRAYON AND WATERCOLORS
Neatly framed from $5.00 upward.
1ST A complete line of Frame
Mouldings at reasonable prices.
Sittings for Mirpeot
Are given FREE.
1ST One neat Mantel Frame given
awy with each dozen Cabinets.
Waring Block, Fort and Beietanla
Streets. 650 tf
I will sell at publlo sale ou SEP
TEMBHlt 29, 1807, if not tooner dls
coxed of at prlvato sitle, all of the
Buildings kuowu as "Independence
Park Pavilion." If so dei-lred by In
tending purchasers the large Dining
room may be sold separately from the
Main Buildlug. Also, at the aarao
time ami place 12 doz Folding Chairs,
Tables, Waslmtauils, Water Pipes,
uto. Term: $HX) or under, cash:
over $100, catli or 00 days with good
approved notes drawing 8 perceut In
terest The above litilldiiigH and ma
toiiulH to be removed within 80 days
from date of kale. Tim premises will
at all limes bu oiion for Iiixim clloii,
OVMm J. N, WIUUHT,
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