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title: 'Evening bulletin. (Honolulu [Oahu, Hawaii) 1895-1912, July 23, 1897, Page 8, Image 8',
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EVENING BULLETIN, JUL 23, 1897.
DO YOTJ USE
OCEANIC STEAMSHIP CO.
.The undersigned will sell Through Tickets from HONOLULU
to NEW YORK mill INTERMEDIATE POINTS nt specially
reduced rates per " AUSTRALIA " leuving this port JULY 28T11
ONLY, and arriving nt Shu Fraucisco August 4th. THESE
THROUGH TICKETS GOOD ONLY TO LEAVE SAN FRAN
CISCO FOR EASTERN POINTS ON AUGUST 5TH AND
B For fuitbor infonnation
Wm. GK IRWIN & CO.,
Genernl Agents Oceanic Steamship Co.
T. 0, Box 480.
S. W. LEDEItEP.,
BSi- Sold Choap
3F Highest Cnah Price paid for Second-hand Furniture
at the I X L, corner King and Nuuanu streets.
Jlrendt Jeffress & Ca ,
tn,; btretl, near AVit.ta.
Will ODt.li tin HATfTftnAV.
JUy :I4, iiinler lliu iniitmge'nieiit of
oiimi.i j i.
IjirilCMl Ullll ("oollft Diiilnir
Kimiiii lii iIih city. Open evening.
FAMILY LL'MIl ROOM,
Woman's ExcIihmku OIiI Bland.
First Glass JWeals, - - 25c
New Cml h nrnl Now WhitoiB,
Now Kurmtuio and Dishes.
Rooms To Lot
KIIIIhIiIh f'T IWO HIIUll flllllllltH, III
iaiiit hiillillnu; euoli pm dully lui
iiInIkiI If iniiilrc''. Inijmrunf
... r, iiuuiMjno,
M Miller mrtut,
as to rates, etc., apply to
Corner King and Nan-
for Cash 8
Most anything will go down
our throats, excepting the story
about the exclusive hatter's
five-dollar hat being better
than ours at two fifty,
because Lib name is inside.
If we could put old heads on young
shouldorB, there'd be but one store
hi town sellinc clothes for little
fellow 6. It takes an old head to
know what's best in clothes.
Toilnj'e offorings are a study
9 Hotel Street : : WflTGrley BlOCk
Agent for Dr. Dclinel's Llnen-Meon
Unilorwear. Senil for Catalogue.
We Make Shirts to Order.
Cornir ICtujj anil AlnltcuHtreots,
Honolulu, H. I,
Mrs. A, Scliincden Proprietress.
It'WII Klimllo anil KImkIii, with
Jlimid, nnii fij fto iMtr wuek, nuuorillnu
til riiirHIlillU I Dili ullimlH,
, lliu only Hoof 1'iiiiiieiii.ile. fjurilmi
Tblxnliouu 051, j MHUkgMr,
STEAMER MAVNA I.OA COM I
FROM KONA AMD KAU.
Icumara Kaaaa Kaaakon With
Hucr-aehooar Rab Rr From
Light rains are reported in Ha
Vessels are getting Bcarce in the
Tho schoouor Bob Hoy arrived
from Hawaii this morning.
The steamer Keauhou with Li
huo sugar arrived early this morn
Tho bark Palmyra sailed for
Port Townsend in ballast this
Tho steamor Keauhou with (103
bags of Hanamaulu sugar arrived
The Boston has arrived at
Kobe, Japan. Tho Maine has ar
rived at Lewes.
The bark Hesper owing to
trouble amongst her sailors did
not get away for tho Sound yes
terday. Tomorrow, high tidp large 1:10
pm;high tidesmall 11:10 p m; low
tide large 4:16 a m; low tido small
8510 p m.
The bark Colorado cleared for
Boyal Boads yesterday aud ex
pects to learo this evening or ear
ly tomorrow thence.
The steamer Kaena arrived in
with 5C0 bags of Waialua sugar
for the bark Irmgard and return
ed thence this morning.
Tho steamer Mauna Loa ar
rived at noon today from Kona.
Pursor Matthews says there is
plenty of rain along the Kona
coast but it continues dry in Kau
the same as for some months.
The volcano of Eilauea is still
Washington, July 9 The bat
tleship Orpgon has sailed from
Seattle for Port Angeles for coal.
It is stated at the Navy Depart
ment that there is not the slight
est intention of sending the ship
to Hawaii. She is bound for San
Franoisco and has stayed at Seat
tle, whero she went solely to help
out in the Fourth of July celebra
tion, longor than was intended by
The Hawaiian bark B P Bithot,
Thompson master, arrived from
San Francisco this morning with
a general cargo consigned to
Brewer & Co. Among the lead
ing shipments aro the following:
100 bxs tinplalo, 300 gals' brandy,
C875 lbs powdor, 1 os fuse, 45)0 IiIb
hay, 1250 lbs solder, 88.349 lbs
oats, 158 pals wine, C )G9 lbs feed,
947 bble flour, 338,208 lbs bran,
15,GTT1h rorn, 82,400 lbs i oiled
barley, 4025 lbs alfalja, 58,495 lbs
middlings, 105.G29 lbs barley 351
ctls wheat, 125 cs gasoline, 2000
gals oil, 880,800 lbs. fertilizer,
1000 cs soap, 4!)59 redwood posts,
1010 lbs meal, 285 pkgs doors and
From Hawaii and Maui, per
stmr Mauna Loa, July 23 Judge
A Petry, Hon Samuol Parker,
Saml Parker Jr, Antone Fernan
den, T K It Arualu, M F Scott and
wife, H T Haysolden, Mrs C Hay
solden, Miss May Hayseldon, Mrs
0 Dickenson, O Kaiser, J J Bice
and wife, J F Morgan und son,
W F Drake, J H Drake, Mrs V
Ward, MUh Alico Beard, Miss
Davis, Mies Testa, Bev Fathers
Alyos, Buuult, Victor, aud T
Shibayama, and 4G deck.
From Ban Francisco, par bk It
P Bithot, July 23 O E Copolanil,
W B Long, Miss Zella E Leigh
ton, Mihs M L Shioley.
IIE.N'NINO-At Liilialna, Maul, Jul 2", to
the wife of W Hcmilng, a daughttr.
IN' THIS CIRCUIT COURT KIRST
Clioull uf tlie liuwullttii IhlnllllN. In
I'r liHt' In lliu intttirof the Estate
t Joeili I.iiuriiM, latent Hiniolulii,
Oilui iliue.iK)., Tlio last Will aini
IVHtniiis-nt ol mild ilereiiBHil, iuvnj
li mi r "fiiieil to milil Court, ami a
IH'lltlmi fur tlio I'rolmto (hereof, ami
'or tit l inn uof I.uttum I'lutumuif
Mry 10 John H. Wulkur Imvlng luoii
llkil, iiotiin In lieiutiy ulvuu tlml I'll
ily, Juli SO. A. 1). 16d;, ut lOo'cloitk
a. m,, In Alllolmil Hule, Honolulu,
ttiM)iiiifil tlin tlmu mul iiluct, fur orov.
Ihk fulil Will ami lieMrlugM-ililiipiili.
em Inn, w Imn mul vylmm mi) nrmn
lllleio'li'il muy tii)'iir ami nhow riiiihi
II iiiij llii'v liuvu why Hid iiiu)ei
ot mlil it.iltl(iii nIhhiIiI not i irniiifl.
(y lliu Court i
, jiicoitni: w'(A8, cimu.
Honolulu, Juuu Vil, Ml, M) H
Hw bk K V RHUet, Thompson, from 8n
8tmr Keauhou, Thompson, from ports on
Btmr Huna, rrker, from Waialua.
Bclir Rob Roj, from Hawaii.
Btmr Mauna !., 81mcrsn, from Hawaii
Sclir Kniilllim, from wltul'viud.
TiltmsiUT. July 22.
Haw bk Iolanl, McCliire, for HoOKkonR.
Stmr Kllauca Hon, Weir, for Olowalu,
Lnupalioclioc, Ilonolilnn, llakalnu, llonomu,
Fohikuninnu, IVpcckeo, at 4 p m,
Stmr Kncnn, l'arkcr, for Wnlnlna.
Hclir Mile Morris, for Oaliu ports.
Am bk I'almjra, Keller, for I'ort Town
Ki. stmr Mll.ulinlj M.'U bis sugar.
Er stmr Keaiilinti fills (f. P) bK suirar
for llackfeld .V: Ui i lieud lira stock for
.Metropolitan Miat liv and 1 horse.
Ex stmr Knena-550 bays sugar (or Castle
Ex stmr Mauna I.on 10,427 bags sugar, 54
bags colTic, Ml IiliJ cittle, ill) bdls hides, 150
Ex stmr Kiauhou COS bags sugar for U
Hackfcld it Co.
Preaprel of a Lone and Bitter Dlplo
malic Wranrln Willi the
New York, July 9. The
Herald's Washington correspon
dent Bays: The Japanese Govorn
meut, through Minister Hoshi,
will muke to tho State Depart
ment tomorrow an undaunted re
insertion of its attitude toward
tho United States in th matter of
the annexation of Hawaii. This
rejoinder to the reply of Secretary
Sherman to the Japanese protest
will reiterate with added vigor all
the claims and grievances cited in
the original protest.
It is not understood that any
new grounds for complaint will
be adduced, but the indignation
of Japan at tho lack of considera
tion with which she foe's t-ho has
been treated, both before and
since the filing of the protest, will
be unreservedly expressed. While
the officials of the Legation still
deny that Japan entertains any
desire for tho acquisition of Ha
waii and renew their protestations
that a breach of the friendly re
lations between Japan and the
United States is farthest from her
wishes or expectations, it is be
lieved at the State Department
that she is not to bo placated
without a long and bitter diplo
Japan is vory much wrought up
over the Hawaiian emigration
trouble and the settlement of the
indemnity demand, and her in
sistence that she must have ade
quato satisfaction for the sum
mary abrogation of her treaty
rights by the treaty of annexation,
which she will reaffirm in her
second protest, are matters which
will consume much time and dip
lomacy to peacefully adjust. The
recall of Minister fioshi is regard
ed at the State Department as one
bf tho probabilities in the situa
tion. IN THE OIKOUIT COURT OF THE F1R3T
Circuit, Hawaiian Islands In nrobato. In
I lliu mutter of the I'.slutc ol Josiph d. ,oc
jo), late 01 Honolulu, uaim, Hi uusi.il, lliu
petition aud aieouuts of the Executor und
Exiuitrlx of the will of said deceased,
w he i el it tlieyask that tlulr accounts bu ex
mnlhid nod approvtd, and thut n tlnal order
be in ado of distribution of the propcity re
maining In tlielr bunds to the persons thereto
entitled, anil dl.chargliu them I mm all
liirlhcr rispnnslbllll at such Executor and
LxtLutrix. It la ordered, that Monday, tho
Uth ilnj of AiigUft, A. D. Ib'J", ut ten olloek
u. in,, at Chambers, In the Court House, at
Honolulu, bu and the same heruliy lit ap
pointed us the tlmu and place lor hearing
said petition and aceonnU, and that all per
tous interested may then und there uppcar
and ebon caui. If any the) uac, nh) the
same should not ha granted.
Honolulu, Jul) U, lti'J7,
II) the Court.
051-Jt P. D, KFLLETT, JR., Clerk.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OI THE FIRST
Circuit ot theUawallanlslauds, nl'robate. In
tlio matter of the Estate of Francis Spencer,
Ute of Vulmcu,Hawuil,deceaecd The last will
and testament of said deceased, baring been
presented to raid court together wllh a peti
tion for the I'rohate thereof, and for the Is
miiuucu of I Kirs testamentary to Marina X.
Spencer baring been llled, notice Is heieby
gUeu that Friday, Ihelltli day of August, A.
H 1'J7, at U iicoek a. m of said day, at
the Coiirl Room of said Couil, at Alliolaul
Halt, In Honolulu, Oahu, U appointed tho
lime aud place for pun lug H Will and
hiuilug said appllcailon, when and where
niij pi inn lull nsted m.iy apptor and show
cause, If uny they hove, why I tin piujirnf
suht pellllou thoiild nut bi) grailtid.
Honolulu, Jul) 7, 18V7.
(-:it I' I) KKI.I.M 1', Jit., Clerk.
A. V. GEAR.
rii plum m
U$, )M Klu t.
If so, why not have the BEST?
It Is well-known that . . .
HAS NO SUPERIOn.
' HfiT SboulJ jour requirements call
for a nrst-clan8, but leB expensive
wine, we have a full supply of
I tST Every tiottlo of any of above
brands la guaranteed in perfect order
at time of delivery.
W. C. PEACOCK & CO.
Holders of water privilege", orthoxe
plng water raten, are hereby notl
Sed that the hour for irrigation pur
poses are from 6 to 8 o'olock a. h. und
from 4 to 6 o'clock p. M.
II. Holders of mer privileges ou
the slopes of Punchbowl above Grceu
street, and in Nuuuuu Valley above
Beihool street, are hereby uuilfii-d that
they will not be reMrloteil to the irri
gation hours of 6 to 8 m. m. and 4 to 6
p. m., but will be allowed to irrigate
whenever hu (Helen t water Ih available,
provided that they do not ue the wa
ter for irrigation purposed for more
than four bourn In every twenty-four.
Supt. Honolulu Wuter Works.
Approved: J. A. Kino, Minister of
Honolulu, H. I., June 17, 1897.
PER S. S. "AUSTRALIA."
AT TIIU '
H. J. Wolte, Proprietor.
FINEST EQUIPPED CARRIAGES
iu the City, with Competent uud Cure-
Gentle saddle nires Rr Lidles ui Gentlemen
Always ou lmuil,
Stand at the Pantheon Stables,
Corner of Fort mid Hotel Btrcuhi,
'IVr.ia'iioKic Mnw'i, llntnl Hlnbloa 'M,
Hlllmotiljl' lot tll) HVKNINO JlDtr
iwtiu 70 ouii Ui ir tuuutli.
MANUFAOTUHED DY THE
Oliver Bros.' Plow Works.
These, through good service
nnd effective work on SUGAR
nnd RICE PLANTATIONS,
nnd elsewhere, have mndo for
themselves a good reputation.
Reports from our customers
show perfect satisfaction given
in scouring, light draft and in
We now prosent to tho pub
lic a full line, as follows:
Sizes: 5 to 10 Inches.
Made fur light cultivation
and ull ordinary use nnd by a
systematic system of brai-ing
theso plows are both light ana
Sizes: C, 8 nnd 10 Inches. For
Sizes: 12 and 14 Inches. For
bre iking nnd heavy plowing.
Tlieo. C. Porter und E. D. Tonney,
ExeitulorH of the w III of M Onldberg,
ilecuuHed, having llleil their lliml ho
count iu the 1'iobuto Court umi re
relveil their dlrolmrge, huvu UHnlguel
nil the iiuciiiuilH, in it en, ui'iiitunccB
uud property of the hhIi) M. (loldburg,
dereatcd, to Mr. Idu I.timialierg, of
Clevelund, Ohio, hoIh ilevUee under
the will of tlio factU M. (Jldb. ib-. du
reitMuil, und (ho uld Idu Mtiilxhertr
Iiim given tilt undurtlKiieil a full
power of Httoriify to collect ull ilelitu
tint wmIiI ette, flier o'oro puyiuuiit I
linrnliy iluiiiniiilo'l fiom ull pumouti ,
invlnif mid eniulti,
Hy liur Attorimv licfunl.
.'ij Muiulmnt utieel,
July Yi, lbU7. W7-U
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