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In accordance with Section 1, of Oknptor
XXXVI ol tho I.iiwn of 18S0:
AH poHuiw holding wntot privileges or
those p-iyiin? water tes, aro Iioroby noti
fied tliut tho vn or rfttiw for tho lariu ond
ing June HO, 1807, will bo due nnd piyuble
ftt the otlico of tho Honolulu W.iUr Works,
on tho 1st lny of January, 1807.
All rntcs leinnhiiug min.dd for fifteen duy
after they nro duo will bo subject to nn
additional 10 per cent.
Hilton nrs payable at the office of tho
Wator Votl:n iu tho Kapimiwa iluililluR.
Snpsrintun luit Ilouolnlu NViito Works.
. Honolulu, U. I., Deo 17,1830.
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DA'.UttL LOCjAM, !:3ttoi
"WEDNESDAY, HEC. 30, 1896.
Should tho hope no boiug as
fiiJuously cultivated of nn Parly
consummation of unnexation prove
illusory, the resulting disappoint
ment cnunot but lmve tho effect of
retarding the movement both in
this country mid in tho United
fctatos. There is no piomotivo
vnlne but ratlt r tho revorso in
predictions hnaed upon ilimuy
prem'ee. L-'t us therefore have
practical dH'-nion of tho ques
tion' ns leijuired ly tho devolop
.lriont of th r-itutitioi) nt both ends
of tho line. To tho BULLETIN it
appears that tho canso of annexa
tion has lost as much aw, if not
inoro than, it has gained iu
tho United States Biuco, Bay,
tho organization of tho Bo
public of Hawaii and its recog
nition by the nations of the world.
First of nil, there is clearly to bo
recognized a fnlling away of sym
pathy of tho kind that commiser
ated what was designated as tho
"struggling American colony"
which was n sympathy that was
willing to make sacrifices oven of
precedents nnd strict construction
for tho sake of 6iich an isolated
Americnn community. The sen
timent in question has been large
ly replaced by ouo of admiration
for the npparont success with
which tho transition has boon
effectod hero from n provisional
government, seeking emancipa
tion from tho necessity of
undis-guihi'dly military rule in
absorption by Iho American
commonwealth, to a form
of independent republican in
stitutions. "You aro doing
very well: work out your own
salvation" that is what public
opinion in tho United States, by
many iniluonlial voices, is now
Baying to tho Bepublic of Ha
waii. Apart, therefore, from the
not by any means weak degreo of
opinion Btill held there, that
neither the existing government
of Hawaii nor its policy of annex
ation is backed by tho authority
of tho people, tho importunity of
this Bepublic for political uniou
is liable to be choked in its
throat with honey from tho hands
of some of its devoted friends in
the groat Republic. Iu view cf
all tho foregoing considerations,
incidontnl as well as direct,
tho work that lies beforo
Unionists is to show that the ad
mission of Hawaii to tho family
of tho American Commonwealth
would bo of mutual bouolit to
both countries. This conviction
mny happily be established in tho
controlling public opinion of
each country before tho closo of
tho ensuing American presidential
term. Such an eventuality will
not bo brought about, however, by
tho dissemination of bpeeulntho
opinions rogniding the situation
at tho prosont timo in tho United
While it is vory gratifying to
loam that Minister Cooper was
most hospitably entertained at
Uostou, Washington nnd ol.o
where, not the slightest signifi
cance should bo attached to tho
fnct eo far ns the cause of annexa
tion is concorued. At least not
more thnn what bolongs to any as
surances our Minister of For
oicu Affairs mnv have rocoived
of former opponents having
chnugod to friends, nnd of friondB
iu positions to sponk with author- '
- w .
uy naving any langinio gruuuuo
of eucouragemont to offer regard
ing probnblo early action by Con
gress. It would bo just aB Bonsiblo for
n land owner to object to tho
taking in of a pieco of wild laud ;
by a tennnt or manager, as it is
for anjoue in tho United States to
object to the annexation of Hawaii
on tho ground that his couutry j
ouht to raise all the ciigar nued
od for homo consumption. Hawaii
in the Union would grontly help I
out that object.
There has always been a little
indopondenco faction in Catindn.
It could not elect a hogrcevo in
any constituency of tho country.
Aiming to realize the weak ns
Well as tho strong points of n situ
nliou marks tho higher order of
Hiloitos want the Government
to understand that more than rain
wator is needed to keep their loy
IVI..11S IfllO.TI llvWAII.
Oaltioi't'il trout Hi" frllmiic ol
A very light enrthquake whs
folt last Monday ovening.
Waiakoa mill begnn grinding
List Monday. Manager Kennedy
is iu consequence a much busier
Tho four masted schooner No
komia fifteen days from Mexico
arrived iu this port Thursday
evening. Sho will loud sugar for
Tho Tribune is informed that
Attorney General V. O. Smith
and Minister of tho Interior J. A.
Kiug will pay Hilo and tho Isl
aud of Hawaii a visit by tho next
steamer. Wo hopo this is trup.
There is much for these two otli
cials to learn about this town,
much that wo would wish to make
understood, and to intuit our peo
pie, partake of our earnest dosiro
to go ahead, and the diflicultifr
under which wo aro laboring, will
do much towards giving inertia to
many slow moving improvements
aud remove tho friction between
our peoplo and the Government.
The outcome of the mass meet -ing
on tho water question was a
memorial to the Government.
The Tribuno issues as a souv
enir supplement n P. C. Adver
tiser extra of April ;"5, 18(8, de
scribing tho great lava How of
that time. Its priucipal matter
was written at Realakekua by tho
editor, H. M. Whitney, and trans
mitted by tho Koua puckot Comet.
The extra has boon disentombed
from the corner stone of tho old
Foreign church, Hilo. There woro
othor papers, the bible aud tho
manual of Fort street church, Ho
nolulu, but moisturo had nearly
Men 1ourN Nollro.
If yon waut to find out what a
dollar will purchase in tho way of
groceries for Now Year, juRt bring
ono along to tho Palnma Grocery,
aud you will bo Surprised at its
purchasing power. Colestiala aro
usually closo buyers, aud the tact
that wo eorvo a good number of
them speaks volumes for our
prices. H. Canuon, Palama Gro
cery, opposite Railway Depot,
King street. Tolephono 755 ovory
A. J. Uerby, D.D.S., Dental
o$icv Cut .go N. 00, Ahu:oi
ahoet, M -phono o. 015. liliee
lours I) a.m. tod p.m. "
The Artograph is a valuable
aid to anyono wishing to learn to
sketch from nature without an in
structor. Price SS.00. King Bros,
havo th"m for sale.
Kroogor Pianos, sweetest in tono,
Jus.W. Borgstrom, solo agent, ensh
or installments. Wnrorooms nt
G. "West's, Masonic Tomplo. Of
fice at Thrum's Book Storo. Tim
ing and repairing. ES"" Tele
CART AND BUGGY HAR
NESS AND EQUINE
Last week we entertained
the public with a list of a few
of the articles we have in stock
suitable for Christmas and
New Year's gifts. This week
we have got an economical
streak on, on account of taxes
being due and the water rates
for next year being needed in
advance. We take it for grant
ed that everyone else is in the
same boat, and hence en
deavor to show people how
they can save a little money,
at least enough to buy some
thing to put in the children's
stockings next Thursday night.
You can save money by buy
ing from us:
Cart and Buggy Harness
neat, light, strong and cheap, all
prices from $l.0 to $35-00
Dump Cart Harness and
Boston Team Horse Collars.
Welt Horse Collars.
Something new. Dash
boards lor Brakes and Carts,
three sizes, all ready to fix on.
Good assortment of Chamois
Skins, Horse Brushes, Dandy
Brushes, Mane Combs, Halter
The celebrated Whitman Bit,
the best Riding Bit out.
A new invoice of Horse
Clippers, Carriage and Riding
If you want to go out driving
after dark, buy a Dietz Dash
Lantern 3 for a $1.00 and save
a $.00 fine.
If your taste is more expen
sive we can sell you a Dietz
Driving Lantern for $4.00.
Hawaiian Hardware Co.
Opposite Spreads' Bnuk,
NO. 307 TOBT STK13ET.
Mortgagee's Notico of Intention to
Foreclose and of Salo.
In nccordanoe with tho provi
sions of that certain mortgngo
mndo by KONAL15 MARKHAM,
o widow, to O. P. EMEKSON,
dated August 6th, 1892, and also
in ncoordanco with tho provisions
of that additional charge to tho
said mortgngo mndo by said Ko
nnlo Markhatn to said Emerson,
datodOct.18, 1892, tho original
mortgnge being of record in the
Register Oflico, Onhu, in Libev
139, pp. 17-1-5, nnd Bnid addition
al charge in Liber 11)8, pp. 5102-3,
which moitgng" and ndibtioiinl
chiirge tlierol havo beou duly
assigned by said Emerson to J. A
.M. -go. in, iintico in heioby given
tlmt B.iid nttatgU' e ii toiuls to fore
close tho s.iino f.ir condition
broken, naiin lj tho iKUi-pnyirH'iit
of hot li principal, intorest and
taxa whun duo
Notico is likewise giwn lh.it
after the txpiratiun of three wouks
from this duto the property cv
oivd by said mortgage will bo
iidvorti-ed for salo and will bo
sold at public miction at tho auc
tion roo.nn of Jis. F. Morgan,
Honolulu, on Tuesday, January
2()th, 1897, nt 12 o'clock noon of
For further particulars npply to
J. A. MAOOON,
Assigueoof said Mortgages.
D.tlfd Honolulu, Dhc. Slat, 1890.
Tut- pro crty to bo sold is as
All that certain land and promise-
situnto at Kilihi, Oihu,
dcpcrbed in Royal I'atont 079,
Land Comniibsion Aw.ird 1200 to
Hnlekit, containing an ui-o.i of two
and 7-100 acre;
And also all the 1 ind situate nt
Kalihi aforo-aid described in
Roy.il Patent 1255, Land Com
iniss'on Award 1205, containing
an urea of 55 100 of nn aero.
Terms Cash (iold coin of U.
S. of America. D.odsat oxponse
Mortgagee's 1'otico of Intention to
Foreclose) and of Salo.
In accordance with tho provi
sions of tlmt certnin mortgngo
mr.do by GICORGE WOND and
HATTIE K. vVOND his wife, to
ISmmn M. Nakuinu. dutod tvpt.
30, 1891, ..ml recorded in tho Re
gister oilieo, Oahu, in liber 12 ,
pages -150 nnd -151, which
mortgage has boon duly assigned
by said Emma M. N"kuina to Miss
Agnes Mclntyre, notico is hereby
given that tho assignee of said
mortgage intends to forecloso the
hiimo for condition broken, to wit,
tho non-payment of both princi
pil, interest and t.ixes when due.
Notioo is likewise given that
nftor tho (Xnir.itmuof threo uco's
froii this (lato the property cover
ed by said moitgnge will'bo d
vertised for salo and will be sold
at public auction at the auction
rooms of W. S Luce, Honolulu,
on Walnodaj', January 27, 1897,
at 12 o'clock noon of tlmt day.
For further particuhir apply to
J. A. Magoon, attorney for Miss
MISS AGNES McINTYRE,
Assignee of mortgage.
Dated Honolulu, Deo. 21, 1897.
The property to be sold is us
All those certain preiniaos situ
nto in Kaili place, Kalihi, Hono
lulu, more particularly described
as Lots No. 11 and 12 upon a map
or diagram of tho mime, recorded
in liber 120, on folios 391 and 392,
in the Hawaiian Register of Con
voyancoH, the total area of snid
promises is 12,915 square feet,
inoro or lo-s.
Tonus Cash Gold coin of the
United Stntes of Amoricu. Doeds
nt expense of purchaser. -J89 td
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",,c of oxooptionnl nndunox-
neotod nrosnerit.v fn ns TV-
wnokn nnnf. v Imvn Unr nll
I"-"- .." ...v.v. k.,, vmi-
Itrv nrrnitrirtti 4-.- ..-.a .nn.l
f3 iiuvunuiuu lu iHiiujr yuuua
as w as those of an orimraen-
tai character. Wo raight havo
,ulw,.rf-.;cl of,.;fl oP.,l :
clos, but people as a rule,
draw tho lino at cumbersome
presents placed in the hosiery
hung besido tho hoirth. A
.Towel stove, for instance,
would be injurious to tho aver
ngo Honolulu stocking, but it
would have been most ac
ceptable in the homes of a
great many pooplo hero.
Wo have just rocoived a
vory largo invoico of theso
stoves in all sizes, from the
smallest to the largest made
at tho factory. Our prices for
these stoves aro so reasonable
that oue of them should be. in
every homo in Honolulu.
Our method of soiling to
island customers is an innova
tion to tho people of tho islands;
tho price of tho stove in our
storo is the same at any ship
ping port in tho islands wo
pay tho freight from Honolulu.
Von Holt Block.