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KVKNINO MUIiLRTlM, UOU8T 2(1. 18H7.
iwWimwiiiwiwiimiiiiii iu wi i uMiWimi'wM I'm1
tjgPPffr 11 I lilC"''''tV'rV.JI.,'l1ll.llVTi.M . M Ml ,. .IMIIIl.,
I3y the Prcsitlont of tho
Ropublio of Hawaii.
Wheteaa, A treaty of political
union between tliu Hepublic of
Hawaii and the United Slates of
Amoricn Ihih been mado liy tlio
President with thu approval nf the.
Cabinet, in aeeoidauco w ' Wt
icle IV2 of tho Conotitutioii, and
line been signed by tho represent-'
otives of both OovernmentB:
Now, thcrefoto, 1, Santohi) 13.
Doi.u, President of the Republic
of llawoii, by virtuo of tlio power
conferred upon me by Article 28
of the Constitution, hereby con
vene tho Senoto in Special Session
at tho Executive Building in Ho
nolulu, at 12 o'clock noon, on
"WEDNESDAY, tho Eighth
Day of September, A. D. 1897,
for tho consideration of the ques
tion of tho ratification of the said
treaty of annexation and for tho
dispatch of other public business.
Given under my hand and tho
Great Seal of the Bepublic of Ha
waii, this Twenty-fifth day of
August, A. D. 1897.
SANFORD 13. DOLE.
13y the President :
HENRY E. COOPER,
Minister of Foreign Affairs
l) Euer?li?$ Bulletin
DANU5L, LOQAN, Editor.
THURSDAY, AIM. i!tf, 18U7.
Senator Whito'n article against
nnnoxattnti in tho Forum is ably
nuswerod by tho Ohroniclo of
August If). Regarding tho mix
(tire of races in Hawaii, tho San
Frauoisco paper says: "If tho groat
national stomach is uuablo to as
similato so small a mouthful of
mixed food, there is n treatment
in ordor for dyspepsia." Tho ar
ticle occupies column and a
It has been dcoided by the Tax
Appeal Board at Hilo that the law
does not exempt coffeo lauds from
taxation. They should not bo ex
empt permanently, but it might
be sound policy to make them so
until tueir maiuen crops
Sotno words put in tho wrong
placo, correcting proof yesterday,
confused part of the leading editorial.
LATENT KSHKIUN Nt:MV
Continued from Ut Page.
Will bo received at tho Office
of tho Minister of tho Iutrinr till
12 o'clock -noon of MONDAY,
September 20, 1897, for tho con
struction of Houl from Mnhukonn
to tho Wuimtm lluud, Huunii.
Plans and Specifications at tho
Oilico of tho Superintendent of
Public Woiks and at Kobalu Post
Tho Ministor dops not bind
himself to uccopt tho lowost or
any bid. J. A. KING,
Minister df tho interior.
Interior Office. Aug. 2o, 1897.
Public Land Notice.
Loass and Salo of Public Lands in
Puna and South Kcna, Hawaii.
On MONDAY, September 20,
1897,t front entrance of Judiciary
Building, 12 o'olock, noon, will be
sold at Public Auction. Two Lots
in Kolionu, Puna, containing G-i
3-10 acres and G 9-10 acres res
pectively. Upset nrico. -1192.90
and -1-20 70. Tonus Cusli in United
At the sumo time and place will
be bold tho loaso of Aliupuun of
Kaulnnumuunu, S. Komi, contuin
.ing 3,-100 aares, more or loss.
Turin, 21 years.
Upset Uouhil, if50 por annum,
payable annually in advance.
Tho Government reserves tho
right to tnko up any portions of
this laud forpurposos of Laud Act
without dilation of rout.
For further partioulms apply at
tho i'n'ulic Lniuli oilice, Honolulu,
or of E. D. Baldwin, Hilo.
J. F. BROWN,
Agent nf I'ublio Lands.
Dated, August 23, 1807. .
A. V. TAVARE3, E.(t., hss this
.day bieu appointed a Notary 1'uulio
'fr tho First Juillcliil Circuit of tho
J A. KING,
Mlnls-ter of the Intdrlor.
Interior Oillce, (Ue 23, I8')7.
For n term (if filiv vejM u taw Wul-
,1:11(1 Jieuuli mh at a rental of $75 00
(per aniiiiui. Apuly at oiu-o to
A. V, OKA It & CO
. . 211) KIiik street.
Telrpliiiiiu 2W. u'rtjw
tho Aurora. Ho says he located
tho place whore he can lay his
hands on $30,000,000, but Captain
Haokett refused to sign on agree
ment to give him half. Mrs.
Trevan, tho widow of the Capo
Breton skipper who left chartB of
tho island and the hiding place of
tho treasure, returned with the
rest. Two inon were loft on tho
island to continuo the search. The
story is that the late Captain
Trevan came away from the island
with a small load of tho stuff, but
his schooner was wrecked on tho
coast, some of the crew being lost.
On his return homo tho skipper
spent the rest of his days making
charts of the treasure island in
TUB fiOI.D FIKLDM.
EdwardThorp writes bis brother
that he had cleared up $130,000
on the Klondiko in eight weeks
and was coininc home. He left
Seattle a year ago, going north
with a drove of cattle.
H. W. Snowden of San Fran
cisco paid 1000 for the delivery
of 2000 pounds of freight on the
other side of tho mountains.
Many are returning from tho
trail, dismayed at the hardships
ahead. Auction sales of outfits
are of daily occurrence.
Ouo leport is that White Pass
is siiporior to Chilcoot, and an
other tho very reverse.
Families includiug little child
ren aro ovortakuu wearily trailiug
the gold fields.
There are reports of rich strikes
on tho Stewart rivor, on the Ame
ricau side, the discoverioB boing
richer than thoso on the Klondiko.
Twelve Canadian custom house
officers are statioued at Skagway,
to collect duties on miuers' outfits,
and they aro backed by inountod
Tho Old Dominion line steamer
City of Columbia has been bought
at Now York for a Klondike ex
pedition and will make the voy-
ago to JJawson (Jity, Alaska, via
the Straits of Magellan, touchinc
at West Indies, South American
and Panama ports. She will sail
from New York with 400 passen
gors on October 1.
Iluudrods of prospectors from
far and near are rushing to Trini
ty couuty, tho "Klondike" of
northern California. Ledges
twelve feet wide are mentioned.
The rock is free milling and
An exchange of American and
Cauadian mails will bo inudo at
Dawson City. Curiously, propo
sitions to that offoat from both
sides crossed each othor in trans
mission between Washington and
A letter received at Victoria
from tho Doputy Minister of tho
Interior indicates that the Domi
nion Qoverumont will uot waive
its claim to royalty on the Klon
diko output, justifying tho tax on
tho ground of the great oxpnnsu
of making tlio gold fields accessi
ble mid safe.
August 19, 1897.
This week we want to call
the attention of the public to
the excellence of the
for which we are the sole
agents for the Hawaiian Islands.
I he merits of these wind
mills are so well known that
their repetition would be tire
some. It is sufficient to state
that the Aermotors will run
when all others are at a stand
still. They are self-regulating-,
requiring no attention what
ever beyond an occasional
drop of "oil. There are more
Aermotors sold in the islands
than all other makes of wind
Among those who have re
cently purchased Aermotors of
us may be mentioned Ainisrer
Damon, who has one at Moana
Iua; Minister Cooper one at his
new Manoa mansion; Paul
Isenberg is so well satisfied
with them that he has no less
than four at his Waialae place.
We can show an Aermotor
Windmill in actual operation
which pumps water 4000 feet
to an elevation of 190 feet.
There is no other that will do
this. We can furnish the Aer
motor with pumping mills or
geared to run machinery. These
latter will perform all the work
of a one to four horse power
In connection with these
windmills we supply Gould's
apd JCrogh's triple acting
siphon and other pumps and
patent water tanks of ?00,
1000, 2000, 3000, ?000 and
10,000 gallons capacity.
Hawaiian Hardware Co,
NO. 307 FORT STREET,
Opposite Hptrulcola' Bank
1 1 1.
lliwntin, Aug. JH. -If In report
oil at a lain hour that the force nf
(limornl (.lumps', haui ciitcicd Snij.
U Clara city. The important town
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ui j. i uiumii iiiiuiii uiiiiii ii i v i ii vi',
linn been raided by the iiiRtirgoulH, (
who piuuuerau an tuo principal
Mores, securing a large amount of
SrovisiouB and Ammunition, Tho
poniah garrison in ado a stubborn
resistance, but could not prevent
tho Cubans from entering the
town. At Santo, Santiago do Culm
province, Colonel Vara del Buy
reports n hard engagement be
tween his column and several
Cuban bauds. Losses wero heavy
on both sides, though tho Spanish,
as usual, claim victory.
Berlin, August 18. Tho Vos
aisclie Zoituuir says that Minister
Woodford will impress upon tho
Spanish Government that autono
my for Cuba must bo precedod by
tho withdrawal of tho Spanish
troops from tho island. If Gen
eral Woodford's mission fails,
President McKiuloy has decided
to take further stops, which ho
will anuounco by a special mes
sago to Congress.
London, August 1!). Tho cor
respondent of tho Daily Chronicle
at Berlin says: It is understood
that Mr. White, the United States
Embassador to Oormany, has
gone to Paris to meet General
Stewart L. Woodford, the newly
appointed United States Minister
to Spain, for a conference as to
the best method ot presenting
American views as to Cuba at
Comariuos Refrigerator:' Nec
tarines, Grapes, Cherrios, Peach
es, Apricots, Plums, Asparagus,
Rhubarb, Gooseberries, Currants,
Celery, Cauliflower, Fresh Salmon,
Flounders, Crabs, Frozen Oysters
(tin or shell), Navel OrangeB,
Lemons, 'Queen Olives, Early
Boso Potatoes, Pickles, Sauer
kraut, New Apples, Bartlett Pears.
Oalu'oiikia FituiT" Market.
The Latest Model is reduced from
$100 to $85.
The Pacific Cycle & Manufacturing Co,,
Hole Agents for the Islands.
Do you know that a great
deal of ware is sold iu this
market under tho general term
indicated above but in which
there must bo a wide diverg
ence of quality. If cost counts
for anything, take buckets for
instance. A gonuino agate -1
qt seamed Bucket costsyou
50 cents at our store. Tho
samo size iu Peerless ware
would realize the same por
contage of profit if sold for 30
cents. The moral is obvious.
Wo do not handle the cheap
grades in enameled ware but
will sell you the best quality
known to tho trade aBiowas
tho same can honestly be sold.
Our shelves contain tho
most complete stock of these
goods ever imported to this
market. Call and inspect
We have stocked a complete
assortment of these conveni
ent cauldron cookers for coal
or wood. Useful for cooking
all manner of food for stock,
heating water iu quantities,
etc. Size of cauldron from
15 to (55 gallons capacity.
Along with these wo havo a
largo liuo Cook Stoves and
Ranges, Water-coils and Boil
ers which will bear inspec
tion. If in need of anything
in this lino, examino our stock
and got our prices before mak
iug your purchases.
You Can Find
Some interesting items
for Goutlemeu with in
teresting August prices
iu Linen Crash, suitings
of all kinds and Gents'
The Hotel St. Tailors,
Telephone 641. p. o. Box
227 and 229 King Sfcrqet.
Dealers in Stoves, Kitchen "Utensils, Plumbers
Supplies and Sheet Metal.
Jobbing promptly attended to.
Pacific Hardware Co., Ltd
Just to baud an iuvoico of tho New Improved PLANTERS HOE.
SOLID OAST STEEL Extra Btrong, Eyo and Ulado forged from
PLOWS Breakers, Doublo Furrow, Subsoil, Bice.
HOWE'S SCALES Tho host in tho world.
BRUSHES Paints, Oils and Varnishos.
WIRE DOOR MATS Windmill and Oislom PunipB.
VISES, PIPE OUTTEllS-Norton's Jack Screws, 8 ami 10 tone.
VACUUM OILS Auotlior invoice just rocoived,
Ariiqgtaq BilliMd paring
.... COMMENCINO ....
.Tuesday, August 31st,
At S:30 o'clock p. m.
1st Prize Gold Medal value $20.
2d Prize Silver Mk value $10.
Entries will be received until 0 p. m.
Saturday, August 28.
Entrauce Fee, $1.00. 005 5t
210 King Htreot.
Difficult Collections a Specialty
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