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Sl?j Everii)$ Bulletin,
DANIKL, LOQAN, Editor
tliolr nuppntorH if their wrllliiR
is to bo hold as original with their
race-. It in more tlmn prolmblo
that Iho alutiiiiH'n of all tliu
Atnoricas enme fiom Asia.
KVKNINU 1IULLETIN, .1UIA 23, 18U7.
P1UUAY,.JU1jY 23, 1BU7.
July 20, iSi)7.
Diplomatic iHiToriMipcn belwocn
the two countrii'h Imvo not pre
vented the JnpntiPBi inniMif war
Hiypi from milking herneK long
to )' ramemhuriNl kiuilly at Sun
Frsueicco. The exe rtions of the
UiyeiV crow in BHi8ting to put
out a lit i' on board tlo nliip Com
motio! o secured a testimonial
from tho Board of Marino Un
derwritorH. A company of sailors
from t ho Japanese ship wrh sent
ntdiore to tnko part iu the Fii.l,.
pondenco Day parade, nutt tho
courtesy is greatly appreciated by
tho people of San Fraucieco. It
is to be regretted that tho officers
of tho InpntiPtie cruiser Nauiwa
were not iuited to Bend a de
tachment to any of tho military
parades that have taken place in
Honolulu this summer.Thure is not
the least doubt that in such n case
there would have been a cordial
response, and the event would go
far toward mollifying international
feeling over diplomatic differences.
Atuoug now street crossings for
which tho Minister of tho Interior
is to bo thanked, that betweou tho
Executive and the Judiciary
ground over King street should
bo specially mentioned by tho
Dui.I.ms. It was an original
suggestion of this paper.
Whero is the scheme for a
permanont memorinl of tho Dia
mond Jubilee in Honolulu rest
ing ? The subscribers and all
who may bo willing to contribute
to tho fund ought to bo brought
together and keep the business
Before the new central tiro
station is occupied, tho tramways
switch at that corner ought to be
rpmoved. Its coutinuanco there
would mean a constant liability to
While a carriage road is being
eoust meted over the Pali the Gov
eminent, against its opening for
traffic, ought to put the Nuuanu
road leading thereto in better con
dition than at present. There is
one stretch in particular that is
very rugged and needs a smooth
overlay, while other parts of the
thorouchfaro are exceedingly bog
gy in wet weather. This direct
route to the other side rant in
oritably be extremely popular
when the terrors of the r"-untain
pass have become past memories
through the opening of the new
thoroughfare. It will be it great
go for tourists.
THE JAPtNMI NININTKK.
Continued from 1st Page.
It is shown on Bcieutilic author
ity quoted elsewhere that a Pacific
cable, for tho greatest stretches
necessary, is feasible from an en
gineering standpoint. Depths in
tho Pacific to be traversed are
tcarcely if any more formidable
than those iu the Atlantic through
which cables lie. Tho survey
just id ado between Sydney and
Jlonokilu, it may ho mentioned,
.furnishes data to strengthen this
argument, the average depth of
soundings about 2700 fathoms
being within the limit of cable
From oway back the Bulletin
has clung to the bolief that tho
Pauama canal would be completed
ami iu tune to shut out the Nica
ragua schorno. An account is
given elsewhere of a movement
to coalesce four great nations iu
the project, in which Nathan
Appleton of Boston, a recent
agreeable visitor to Honolulu, is
an active spirit.
"A long and bitter diplomatic
wrangle," over Japanese relations
with Hawaii, is predicted by a
Washington observer to take
place betweou the United States
and Japau. Iu other words, tho
Tokio lightning has been drawn
from the towuru of tho Honolulu
capitol to tho domo of tho Wash
The subject of arbitration as a
.solution of the difficulty was not
mentioned, the reporter inferring
that it was one, the Minister did
not care to discuss, at least until
after the arrival of important dis
patches expectPil on tho Bilgic,
due here noxt Tuesday.
Gold, silver, nickel and copper
plating done at the Pacific Cycle
fe Manufacturing Co., Love Build
ing, Fort street.
fiiilifnrmn Rpstiiiirniit rclnsnd
for repairs, will reopen July 24,
under management of Sidney
lioyd, formerly chief cook of the
S. S. Austrolia.
On account of departure, the
furniture for thtee rooms for
light house keopiug, and a good
paying business will bo sold
cheap. Apply to Madame Yule,
at No. 513 Nuuanu street, second
house below the Eagle Houde.
MI perrons ate hereby notified that
the premlfes known as AINAHAU,
(A. 8. Cleghorn's resilience), w Wal
klkl, Honolulu. Oaliu, is mt a
Thorounhfiie, u l'ulilu! 1'ttrk or a Pub
li Recreation Ground.
Honolulu, July 22. 1897.
J H IIOYD,
CGQ-31 111 charge of Alimhaii.
Received pep . . Australia
The following Hut of Fresh Goods:
"In time of peace prepare
for war" Is an excellent adage,
and one which the United
States evidently believed in
when the new navy was built.
We in Hawaii have especial
reason to be thankful that in
times of peace such a magni
ficent specimen of marine ar
chitecture as" the battleship
Oregon was made icady for
such emergencies as the pres
ent, and should take the lesson
to heart, not alone in national
affairs but in those of the
household. Suppose the Japa
nese fleet should blockade Ho
nolulu, for instance, we should
soon find ourselves run
ning short of lots of little
household necessaries other
This week we have one of
our windows filled with an as
sortment of articles necessary
in every kitchen. Buy them
today while you have a chance.
Among them may be enumer
ated chopping bowls, all sizes
and shapes, egg beaters, lemon
squeezers, chopping knives in
several varieties, nutmeg
graters, gem ice shavers, but
ter moulds, fruit pickers.rolling
pins and bread boards.
Another useful novelty is
the family butter case which
just holds one roll; the butter
can oe cur on as neeaea wiin
out moying it from the case.
See that your kitchen is
supplied with all these requi
sites before the war breaks
Hawaiian Hardware Co
NO. 307 FOET STREET,
Opposite SpreckelB' Bank
Auction Sales by Jus. F. Morgan.
IUolmin'id Straight Cut, iu quarter
All There, Etc., Etc.
Alnn, a general assortment of
Fresh Smoking and
of different BraudB.
FOR BALE AT THE
Beaver Lunch Rooms
TO-MOREOVV, July 24th,
AT 12 O'CLOCK M
I will eell at Public Auction ut.tny
BalrHioom, Queen Mrcwt, the following
gilt edge utoubH'.
15 Share People's Ice and Refrli?erat.
inu Com'iu's btock Par value,
15 St-ares T. I. 8. X Corapmiy'H ttock
Pur value, SUM) a atuie.
10 riliurc Pala Pluntntlou Company's
Mock Par value, SlflO n t-lmre
0 Sliare-i Hawaiian Elt-ctriu Compa
ny's atoek Par value, $100 a share.
0 Shares Ewa Plantation Company's
atock Pur value, $100 a almr,).
Broke His. Own Record,
Doing the half-mile in 1:05 flat
Pronounces the REMINGTON
the best Racing Wheel ever
$g- NOTE. Tho REMINGTON ROADSTER is mndo on the same model as
the Racer, only it is more substantial and built expressly to stand usage on hesivy ronds.
fi3T The prices of these Wheels ore within tho reach of nil, and nre either
cash or on tho installment plan.
g3r" In our Supply Department we keep a full line of parts fir this make of wheel
thereby doing nway with tho necessity of sending to the factory.
3- Our Repairing Department is fully equipped to do tho most intricate and
delicate of repairing.
Wheels rented by the hour, day or week.
The Pacific Cycle & Manufacturing Co.,
FORT STREET- .
Sole A.gents for the Islands.
From ilSTew York:
j. M WEBB'S
No. 316 Fort Street.
II. J. NOL.TK,
At tho .Jubik'n hall a way down
in Toilet, iinnoiinconiGut ww
made of tlio nxHct moment wlion
tint (.jiimtn louclifil tlin button,
Honcling a inoriniio to all lior auu
jct louiiii tint world, Thorn wan
Binnl entlniHdmm. 'I'lils item wiih
HOinnliow iieU'i'toil iu tlio Hono
lulu colnhratloti .
Our Doaril of Health iiillit
jilfikn iinlnof (lm inoilel iIIh
cpynry In Moxleu of n vnhill
Mmliitlvn for Did Irciilnmiil of tlio
(Jliliiibu iiiilnrillnu o ,Mox(io
Miu HUH l' l" ryaiilml MM Ollly
j;oliU Id IiidiI niv (i(!ii!ml hy
HoIiIiihou lllock, Hotel street.
3STew Tii cycle
New Gent's Neckwear
In How, rltrliiKioiilKuiirflii'iluiiil,
UtMt Colors! Newest Designs!
IhMltiKtM ltl'ul') Hi)UlMII"u.
J AS. F. MORGAN. 1
666 It Auctioneer.
AUCTION SALE OF ;
Books and Silverware 1
TO-MORKOW, July 24,
AT 10 O CLOCK A. M.,
I urn Inatructuil to sell nt Publlo
AUKtlon, ut my Rule-room, Qticn
Htret-t, on iiuuiiuut of ilupurturu n( the
A FINE L.BRABY OP BOOKS BY
Hiiirntwril Aiitli'irnover!M)0 vnlume0
Also, Silver Txiplo-Platcd Varo.
i'ouiiil(lii, Center Plei'fH, (JruetH,
Tim, DihIi (!(iVerHetc, 'IVit Mini Cof.
ICM n''Vf ruilniiiK iihim"i jiuiicr
DIhIiiv, li'o I'ltfilmr-, ICiii , Km
Shovels, Axes, Hoe, Etc.,
'. . Scales, Waste, ,
rf .t Benzine, Axles,
Hinges, Lawn Mowers, ' ' '
Paper Bags, Axlo Grease,
And many other articles that wo have a steady domand
for, and which wo oilbr to you at very low prices.
Taro-patch Guitars, Uku
leles. Hawaiian Sheet Music.
Island Photographic Views.
J3ooks and Stationery.
Etc., Etc., Etc.
Cor niiH nt tliu lrK"t Mini lel
iiiillim LuiIkIuu kii'I JI'mnlliiK 1 1 Din..'
1.. .1... ..I,.. M'lila Iu it rum iinnnrlll.
nlty for wuynnu wldt iik l fiivn.1
"null impltul , AiMi- "No. ,!,
,'ih( liuUilnt, 7lr. jiff luimtli,
E. O. Hall & Son, Ltd.
Cornor Fort and King Streets.
Universal Stoves $ Ranges!
Tho Best and tho Ohoapowt !
itiui.i- n,ww Ko 7 ,U7 iniih IlnlnM. Ovun 1Cx17. l'iico $ 8 00
Wkhtisiin, No. 7, t -7 inoh llulra, Uvnn lxl7. n ". lc 00
I'lilZK Uanmk, No. 7-18, 0-7 inch Holcu, Ovou 18x18 IiidIioh.
l'iico -!J 00
Wklcomk JIanok, No, 7-18, 0-7 inuli Union, Ovon 18x18 IiioIioh,
l'riUO 1(1 iiiiiMIMMllllllHMIII IIIIIHM M "U
Al'i'ou.o Haniik, No, 7-1H, II-7 inoli JIoIijh, Ovuii 18x18. IiioIioh,
1'riCO HIIIIIMIIIIIMMIIMIIIIIIMIIIM Mill "U Wl
Hui'Kiiii Univuimai IUniik, No, 7 18, 0-7 luult Holm, Ovnn
18xl8i l'iico ,. i . i , 1 1 1 iniiiiiiiiii fn lit 00
i'OH HAM'J 11 V TIII
Pacific Hardware Co,, Ltd
Prices .Always lygftt!
Independence Park Pavilion
I will fell nt pulilln sale on 8 El'.
TKMJIHU li(, 1KII7, If not Mionir dla
POHetl of at private ealn, all of the
UullilInK known as "ludependeno
l'ark Puvlllnn." Tf n ilii.trml by In.
tonilliiK iuiulia4frH tlio 1 11 r go Olulug
room niy Iu nolil K'uiulily fiom tho
Mulu UuIIiIIiik. Alnn, ut tliH name
tliuit uuil iiluuu Itltlust, KnlitluK Chulru,
Tutilus, Wnbhatuuilti, Wuttr I'Iuch,
uto. Term: $HK) or uniler, cub:
ovur $100, eu-l or Wl iIuvh with good
uiprovtil imlu ilruwIiiK puruoiu ln
tiTi'Ht Tlio aliovo biillilliiKH unit mu
terliilH to ho removod within 80 ilayt
from iliito of mli. Tim nrciulnus will
at nil UiniK tiu oiiuu for iiiiotlou,
HW lm J, N. WltKJHT,
To Bo Opened.
llouiu, tint Jti'-uiiruiit will rt'onuii
with n I'rt'ii Dluimr nHrvi'd In flntt
iiImmi ty In, MduIk, hIiikIh, 'J5h tlikutu,
l,fil), Dihiii fiiiiu (in. in, lo7 i in,