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EVENING BULLETIN, AUOUMT 21, 181)7,
Removal Notice I
The City Furniture Store
lfnvo removed from tlio Old Stniui, corner Fort mid Boro
tatila Street, to tlio
.Lovo "Building, B'orfc Stvoot. ,
A FULL filf8-i
E3T Tlio UNDERTAKING DEPAHTMENT is
fully equipped with all tlio Latest facilities m its lino.
II IT, VK:LL.IA.M:S, Mnnnjrcr,
Undertaker and ISmbnlmer.
Aksiuenou: King street, near Rich- I Office: Love Building. Telepbono
ard-. Telephone No. 819. I Wn, 816.
Fiom New York:
Shovels, Axes, Hoe, Etc.,
Hinges, Lawn Mowers,
Paper Bags, Axle Grease,
And many other articles that wo have a steady demand
for, and which wo oiler to you at very low prices,
E. O. Hall & Son, Ltd.
Comer Fort and King Streets.
WHITE LUPINE BEANS
When planted for soiling purposes cause the
ground to absorb and hold moisture and act as
a most eilicient .....
Da m-opn i n q.
cnmiuBan DEriri chi ng-e
No Better Fertilizer is known for CANE LANDS.
E5ST For sale in quantities to suit by
The California Eeed Co.,
Telephone 121. Queen Street.
8. W. LEDEBEB,
WJ9u Sold Cheap foi' Cash "tea
3P irigln'st Cosh Prico pn id for Second-hand Furnituro
at tho 1 X J j, corner King and Nuuanu streets.
I Corner King and Nuu.
HEWS OF THE OCEAN
4laa4lu llnrU-Mlly f 4'ofttl
KMH.im-PHrit r Tafl' Mdnrn-
Mdrnn tin the Kryrtsf k.
Alameda tomorrow night per
haps. Tho bark Martha Darin expects
to uail (or Ban Francisco tomor
row. Tho Btonmcr Holone is beitiK
overhauled aud cleaned on the Ma
rino Hail way.
Tomorrow, high tide largo '2:30
p in;high tido small 2:05 a in; low
tide largo 7:05 ani; low ticUstnull
0:25 p in.
l'ursor M N Tuft having return
ed from his vacation to tint Coast,
has started in to work again as
freii'Iit clerk of tho steamer Mika-
Tho Pacifio Mail S S Itio will
not tako in Honolulu as previous
ly expected today. Tho 0.tOS
H Gaolio will nrrivo from tho
Orient in her place about Septem
The steamer Maana Loa with a
big passenger list and cargo of
sugar and coffeo and 27 head of
Kapapala cattle, shoved her noso
into Fort street wharf at half past
twelve o'clock today.
The training crow of the Ilea
lani Boat Olub while disporting
in the wator this morning alter a
brisk practise row in tho harbor,
were scared out of their wits and
on land again by a Heven foot
No rain and medium weather
reported with all sugar cleaned
out at Funaluu and Uonuapo; no
rain and good weather roported at
Houokaa and Kukuihaole witli
2500 bags of sugar left at former
plantation and 800 bags of sugar
loft at latter.
Tho ditliculty of getting sailors
for deep water and routing ves
sels is growing worse. The Ship
owners' Association claims that
the Sailors' Union cannot supply
any men. At all events, all sorts
of men aro being sent aboard tho
lumber schooners. A gang of
non-union men was hustled to
Powell-street wharf beforo doy
light yesterday morning and put
aboard the barkentino Tain
O'Shauter and tho schooner
Esther Buhuo. The schoonor
Olga wus also successful iu get
ting a crew and nulled. If the sit
nation gets worse, thoie is
great dauger of persons boiug
shanghaied. S. F. Chronicle.
From Hamakua, per atmr Noo
an, Auuust 23 Mrs Ldo L Ward,
Miss Alico ltiokard,Mis8 Florence
Iiickard, 0 Andorson and 4 on"
From Hawaii and Maui, per
stmr Mauna Loa,August 24 Karl
Buchholtz, W A Wall and wife, H
D Sloggetr, A Garlenlierg iiud
wifn, P U Aikeuf F F Baldwin, W
FMcConhey, D Kauuha, A K
Akuu and sou, Mr Smith, Mrs S
(J Uwight, Miss Elsio D wight,
Mrs V H Kitcat, Mrs A Clark and
daughter, Mrs W P Royd, Miss
May Baldwin, Mrs Fi?puilti and
son, Mrs Alapai, Miss Mary Ka
pali, Ali and G8 deck.
P.' SSEXCEr.a DEPAKTED.
For Maui, per stmr Claudino,
August 24 President Dolo, Mrs
J N Wright, MiVs Sin.. .., Mrs
W A McKay, Miss Schweitzer, A
l? J mid Jr, J Tt Jndd, A W Judd,
li P Judd, Mr Brook, Mr Brew
ster, Kaamauu, Mr and Mis A N
Kopoikai, H P Baldwin, BroRa'v-
mond, Q Ross, Mr Kawidea, wife
and child, W 0 Crook, A II Crook,
A Enos, D Mollison and child,
Miss Nollie Mackenzie, Mr Rose
crans, D Ogiltv, A Chalmors, J J
Drnmmond, H V Patton, D Mac
kenzie and 20 on deck.
Before giving your order for a
portrait, see what King Bros,
navo to show in crayon enlarge
ments and judge for yoursolf
whe.thor they can givo you tho
best value for your monoy or
When you Iiavo n portrait on
larged boo that you got your
moiioy'fl worth. King Uros. Iiavo
reduced pricos to $5.00, SG.50,
S7.50 and S10.00 for work that
I hey ynarnufeo o bo (iratclasy.
Thoy invito comparison.
Muxiiit, Atiit IM.
Btliif Norm, tVlrrion.trntii 111 til.
TurmiiTi A ii(( III.
Bltnr Mnuim I., Blmertcn, (rem llll
8c hr Mlllc Mnrlt, (or KitoUtu.
Tuehiiat, Aug 2t.
8lmr Kcmtliim, Tliompnon, for Nwlllwlll
Hlmr Miknliah, Hnlund, for norU on
Stmr Noeiui, I'ctfroon, for Ijilnltu, Ho
noUn, niul Kukullmrlu.
Stmr Clituuine, Cnmcron, for port on
(I S S Australia, llouillttlp, for Son Krnn
clco. Am lik Mnrlhi 1)t1. VrlU.fnrSun Kmncln
co, Wcdiiird.1), Aiib .'. ill noun.
Ei Noiau 1115 bit atiur and 28 head
I'l ettnr Moutia l.na ll,1.'rt bat;s augar, 72
bata colfi'O, St lm.' avta, 4 bdls lililen.V? Uead
catllunnd 1.' pKl. hi nil ile.
VKHHhl.d IN l'OIir.
U 8 8 Bennington, Nichols, San Dlcco.
U 8 8 1 Marlon. Hook, Han DIcro, March IS.
U 8 8 Philadelphia, Cotton, 8an l)lc(,'o, April
It 1 J M 8 Nunlwa Kan, Kurooka, Japan,
(Coasters uot Included In this llBt.)
Ocrslilp II F Olade. Ilnesloop. llrcmcn.
Hr hk Woollahra, Uarncson. Newcatlc.
Am hk C I) Urtant, Colley, LaNsan Island.
Am hk Llrxiu y'iiIicc, U.trdwkk, NuACiHlh.
Am hk (IciirKO K Manson, Crock, Newcastle.
O 8 8 Australia, Houdlettc, S F
Am hk Mohican, Pannders, P.
FOUEION VFHSKLS EXPECTED.
Vessels Where irom Due
Am sihr Aloha 8 F Aug
Ilrhk Kosciusko Newcastle.... Sept
Am sli lilllo Kfitarhuck.. Newcastle. .8ept
U 8 8 Baltimore 8 K Oct
U 8 f Oregon 8F Sept
Am ship W F Bahcock....llaltlmore..Nov
Am bktu Echo.... I'uct 8onnd Duo
Am schr Esther Dulinc... Eurika Due
Am bktu Kllkitat 1't (iamblo ....Due
Am schr Louisiana... ,1'uKet bound.. Duo
Am schr Itobert 8carles l'uijct Sound. .Duo
AmbkAicher 8 F ..Due
Am -.! iertl.t i. l't Souud .Pu
Haw bk Pooling Sucy... .New York. .Feb
Am hk Colusa. ..Newcastle A lie
Am schr J u North. ..8 F (Uonolpu)...Aui:
Am schr Transit SF ....Sept A
Am hrlt VHlrwln....S F sept 3
Am bktn 8 N Castle. ...8 F Sept 4
Am bark Albert 8F Sept 10
Am schr Bertie Minor.. d F..(Kallua)Sept 15
"Chnclc him out into ile lcip wr.ttr,
Jiinuiy. IIb's got tor lenrn how ter s im,
ami Jut's ler (itiicUost way." Life.
Hard I'm d'orc.
Fond Slotber Here's a letter from
Ofiorgo rIopnynlit hrmn't inttrli tinio
to wiito on necoiuit of tho soveruJiejd
woikhoisdoliis Poorlmyl I'm ni'taiil
ho'll study hiuihclf to deuth beforo he
Tills Is Qrorgo In tlio stiipod jersey
doing Bome of tlio severo heud work afore,
Meohanios' Homo, oornor Hotol
and Niiuiinti ntreetR, lodging by
day, woek or month. Terms: 25
aud 50 cnntH per night. $1, nnd
dl Vfi nor week. .
If you coutomplato ordoring a
portrait culargoiuuut M'o invite
your attonlion to tho superior
woik wo otTor and would ask a
comparison of prices and work
irmuHliip before plncing your
ordor. Kiuu liros., Hotol strcot.
i'ommiioii or iiivi'i',
Opinion ill n ,alltr ml llin lltlllsli
Lntoly tho Cairo correspondent
ot tho London Tiinnii forwardod
tho following lottar:
HtiBriein, son of tho well-known
Mousan el Akad, who was exiled
for deods committed as an nctivo
pnrtisan of the Arab! Pasha re
volt, has written a ramarkabla
otter to tho Moknttatn, an Arabic
journal, iu reply to attacks upon
tho English occupation lundo by
another Arabic journal, tho
Ahram. The following is a trans
lation: 'Desiring to show the enormous
dilTercnco existing between tho
past and tho present, I ask you to
publish the following lines. Be
fore tho occupation tho Stale col
lected taxes of all sort, amounting
to 41 Egyptian pounda (02-. 4d.)
per feddau (or auiu), whilst at
present it demands only 1
pounds (30s. 9d.) per feddau.
Tho Mamours could insult,
Hog nnd imprison tho Omdi-hs
with impunity. Today corporal
punishment is abolished, and not
even tho simple laborer in tho
Golds can bo arbitrarily molested
by the highest government offici
al. Formerly, the official world,
from the Chief of the State down to
the lowest employee of the Admin
istration, despoiled tho fellaheen
of all that they possessed; but iu
these days, thanks to the occupa
tion, tho inviolability of property
is assured aud the Khedive him
self cannot tako a feddau of land
unless he buys it with the owner's
consent aud pays fur u in lull.
TJie Administration and Palace
officials, ob also their friends,
monopolized the Nile water to
irrigate abundantly their Own
lands, without any regard for the
plantations of the uufortuuato
fellaheen which for most of tho
time were dried up. Actually
tho poorest fellah enjoys tho
same right of water as does
the highest State dignitary. Then,
tho lives of privato persons were
at the raoroy of tho adminietrativo
authority, which put thein to
acath or oxileu thorn without any
form of law. Now, no ono is above
tho law. Public offices were given
to tho highest bidders, but today
are allotted to the most capable.
False accusations wore tho order
of the day, and, following upon
any mere scuflle, the notables of
the villages invariably paid ran
soma to the Mudirs in ordor not
to be gratuitously accused of dis
turbing publio order. Merchants
nnd manufacturers paid a profes
sional tax, which is now abolished.
The Finance Ministry was tho
privato chest of tho Khedive, who
seized for himself and favorites tho
public funds and lands. At pre
sent this ministry is worked inde
pendently of tho eaprices of tho
Chief of tho Stute. Tho Khedive,
publio functionaries and their
friends compelled tho fellaheen to
work 'on corveo' on their lauds,
foroing them to dig canals, to
construct embankments and roads
for the benefit Of large properties,
to tho prejudico of small holdings,
which thus suffered from a defi
ciency of hando. As to the ad
ministrative forced labor, it exist
ed all the year round. Today it is
enforced only in cases of public
danger. The growth of cotton,
which was limited, has doubled
under the aegis of justice nnd
equality betoro the law.' Hussein
el Akad concludes with the fol
lowing remarks: 'Such aro the
benefits of the British occupation,
and I do not understand how ihu
pretended patriots who run count
or to tho exibting regimo can deny
their existence, seeing that they
shine as tho sun at noonday. Tho
protended patriotn would do hot
tor by keopiug bilonce and leaving
tho occupiers of the couutry to
complete, their humanitarian
DY I'OIJCE AT CALLA.O.
Inquiry hero confln3 tho sory com.
lug from Lima to the elfect that the
Statu Department lias lodged a de
mand with the United States charge
of legation nt Lima for the rele'ise of
the mate of tho American bark "Uncle
John." He "a ashore on December
10 last at CalliiO, and was arrested be.
cause of his constant demand for "Rai
nier Beer." On tap or In bottled at the
Don't bo porsuaded to nccopt
what is not really good iu on
laiged portraits, just bocauso you
h'avo givou an ordor, for ono,
King Bros, will givo you souio
thiug infinitely better and cheap
or than yon can get tinywlioro olso
INSUKE IN THE
Atlas Assurance Company
US'- All losses sottled hero
If the maker hadn't ...
fooled himself, the
price ticket would
call lor u dollar fifty.
If our bundle wrapper
bus ii u idle moment
today, it's became
less than half price
has nu Influence.
9 Hotel Street
Aeents for Dr. Deimel's Linen-Mesh
Underwear Ren.i for Caiiligue.
We Make Shirts to Order.
By virtue of a writ of Execution
iued out of the Ciicuit Court of the
Flmt Cln-ult on the 4th d.t of August,
A. D. 1897, against Puou (h), drlwid
ant, in fnvonti rhomaGy, plaint III-,
for the sum of One Hundred and Eigh
teen 10-100 Dollars, (118 10), I In.vo
levied UMn and hhull expose fur ale
at the Polio- Station, Kaiakuua Hle,
Honolulu, Island of Oahu, R-public
of Hawaii, at ISn'oloi-k noon nt MON
DAY, Ibe20ili ilny of September, A.
D. 1897, tbthe hlghext bidder, all the
lUht, title utiii interest of said Puou
(k), defendant, Iu and to the following
property, uuleni said Judgment, Inter
est, costs and my t-xpeuses bo pre-vlou-ly
I let of property for sain: Piece of
Lund of Pi Ikiiniautiu, R. P 1115,
(Grant), at Kamauanul, District of
Walalun, OhIiii, loHsed to Edgar and
Frank Halsteatl, fur 10 years at Twen
ty 20 Dollars a year, commenelng
from cue Old day or June, A. D. 1890.
Ar-N ISSuores, situated at Puaapll
3, Kamauanul, Walalun, Oaltu.
Piece of Liiid of Pen, It P 1112,
Giant, at K uiuuaiiui, Wnialua,
O.ihu, leaned to Rluaraud Frank Hal-i-ieail,
for 10 yrara at Sixteen 16 Dol
lars a yt-ar, eoiumt-uulngfroiu October
20, A D, 1896, riluateil atKuinunlu 2,
Kamauanul, VVainlua, Oaliu. Area
3 24 acres.
H. R HITCHCOCK,
Gtd-Gt Uonuiy .siuroiiu).
No person or perHons are authorized
to contract any dolits In behalf of the
Hawaiian Hugey Institute (rum this
A. V. GEAR,
Honolulu, Aug 23, 1897. CJ2 lw
SARATOGA being no loncer a pub
lio resort, the proprlet rus will be glad
to let the whole or part (with board if
dn-lred or light housekeeping), to
prlvute families wlaliiug a healthy
summer resort. For term, address
P. O. Bux 248, or on tho premises.
. 669 lm
tLost, Strayed or Stolen.
A Young Carriage Dog; white, well
covered with blaolc spots one light
and one dark nye Answers to the V
nume of "Spot'' Finder will here. ,
warded by returning to
C01-31 DR. GEO. HEHBERT. f
Ono of tho Flnesttttid Largest Hotels
In the city, at a very reasonable bar
gain, For particular--, linnly to
m , A. V. GEAR & CO,
000-lw io King street.