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EVENING BULLETIN, JULY '19, 1895.
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5 Euei)ii)$ Bulletin,
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DANIEL LOGAN, Editor.
FRIDAY, JULY 19, 1895.
What is tlio uso of annexing
islands that will not support evon
c.4 flagstaff ?
Starving tho schools to surfoit
tho soldiers is a part of tho Gov
ernmont's policy which tho House
of' Representatives refused to
Thoro wus a dovolopment of in
dependence in tho House of Rep
resentatives this morning which
is tho most promising sign for tho
Republic Boon in a long time.
Thanks to Representative Mo
Urydo, the public is likely to ob
tain Bomo information regarding
tho extraordinary course pursued
in erecting tho pumping station
without calling for tenders.
Mr. Robortson lod the House
properly when ho had tho item
:for Citizens' Guard reserved for
investigation. If the occasion
should evor again arise for calling
out that body, the Govornmont
haB power to equip it immediately
under tho emergency provision of
the constitution. There is .no
noed for a continual shelling out
of money for civilian rouorves in
Experiments linvo been mado
'at Indian Head with results in-
dionting that buttle ships with
upper works constructed as in the
. plans would be dangerous to tho
lives of the gunners. The report
of Captain Sampson of tho Ord-
"nnnco Bureau upon tho tosts has
oauiod muoh perploxity in the
Navy Department at Washington.
Whero is the raonpy to pay tho
'iprice of S30.000 for tho Bishop
promises on Emma streot, bought
by tho Board of Education for
high school accommodation ? No
- appropriation has boon asked of
' tho Legislature for this object.
An interrogation to tho Minister
of Finance by a member of the
Legislature would probably elicit
--the desired information.
There wns no log-rolling per
ceivable in tho hcratnble for local
appropriations in tho House this
anomiug Tho member insteud
of us mting each other did all
thoy oould to hold oaoh other in
oheok. They wore apparently
dominated bv the beliof that there
whs little use in voting money ont
of u depleted treasury, espocially
when the Executive ca-i do what
7itpleusos in tho matter of carry
'iug out appropriations made by
Colorado ought n"t to be a
"bigoted free silver State when
the people in somo parts of it
.cannot get u drink of water with
' -out taking gold into treir systems
at the same timo. A pumping
plant has lately been started at
Colorado Springs, not to Bupply
tho town with water but to extract
gold and platinum from tho wator
iiold by tho gravol banks on
-which tho town stands. Tho
.plant ovaporatos 108,01)0 gallons
ovary twenty-four hours, yielding
not returns of 463 daily. Recent
oxporiraents show that ovon the
-olty wator thoro ii strongly ladon
with gold 'a soli t!oa.
Dr. Rodgors' plan adoptod by
tho Hawaiian Histirioal Society
for getting information ut first
hand of the events of January,
1893, may bo tho means of pre
serving valuable material for
tho historian of the futuro,
to whoso purposes they should
bo exclusively dovoted and
not mado subject to the manipula
tion of anyone who participated in
the events in question.
It is well that tho so-called
korosono bill has boen killed in
the Senate. If it mount crudo
petroleum it should have said so,
and tho public had a right to bo
fully informed of tho naturo of
tho measuro in advance As tho
bill wont to tho Senate from the
Houso it involvod tho danger of
admitting a highly bxplosiyo fluid
into tho homos of tho peoplo in
tho gulso of u safo oil for illumin
uting or cooking purposes.
There would he groat advantage
to tho public interests if thoro
was a law requiring notioo of all
private bills to bo advertised at
least thirty days beforo tho open
ing of tho legislative session at
whioh they are to bo introduced.
By privato bills is meant all that
do not originate with the Exoou
tive. Such a notice, giving tho
gist of the object of each bill,
would bo u safeguard against leg
islative jobs, as woll us afford
timo for public discussion of the
merits of a measuro prior to its
consideration by tho Legislature.
Full assortment of sizes in
Jaeger's Sanitary Voolon TJndor
Wear for Moibund Womon at very
low prices at Tracy's.
Houso koopers, now jb tho timo
to lay in a supply. Sheotinga,
table linens, towels, napkins, bed
spreads, mosquito netting, all go
ing at very low prices at Sachs'
Ex-president Harrison is op
posed to womon riding on bioyclos.
Ho declares it is a disgraoo for
womon to indulge in this sport,
but it is not thought this opinion
will detor tho fair sex from ''bik
ing," if they feol so inclined.
A. V. GEAR
ACCOUNTANT AND GENERAL
53-tf COO King St.
VVM. L. PETERSON.
Notary Public, Typewriter
Offic e: OverGoldon Rule Bazaar
Howe shoeing n bpecinlty Ail work
promptly attended to. Tonus reusonuble.
J. w. Mcdonald,
GOO Fort ut., opposite the Pantheon Stable.
THE H. II. .
To savo plants, flowers, trees, etc, from
the detraction of insect), you will do well
to communicate with tho undersigned as he
manufactures a Pure Vegetable Compound
free of any polsoaouB substances; thereforo,
it does not kill the insects, but keeps the
same off tho plants, and will not injuro the
plants or fruits. "Hoses," "Gropes," etc,
will not suffer any longer but grow hoalthy
and pretty by tho use of tho Compound anil
to oouvinoo the public of its sucoess, I shall
perform a ttlul ordor or application without
King and Punchbowl Stroota.
Most people make their wills
before they die, and some of
them are great curiosities in
their way. Among the many
curious legacies made lately is
that of a Christiana man wjio
directs that his whole fortune
shall ue expended in .bicycles.
A Norwegian newspaper which
does not give itselt up to the
comic element relates that a
Dutch lawyer, named Nikolson,
bequeathed the Nvhole of his
property to trustees, to be em
ployed in the purchase of bicy
cles for the use of children at
tending school, while part of
the money is to go towards
paying the teacher to train the
boys in bicycle riding.
The validity of the will has
been disputed by the sons of
the testator, who refuse to ac
knowledge it, so that it is still a
question of doubt whether the
children will reap the benefit
of the strange bequest. That
the testator was sincere enough,
and that he recognized in the
wheel untold blessings which
might have escaped the ob
servation of minds of less
acumen, the concluding portion
of the will should go to prove.
It says :-
I have always found a bi
cycle capital protection against
the importunity of those
people who persist in stopping
you in your walk to spin a long
yarn in the hot sun or in the
biting east wind. My machine,
unlike a horse, nevershied once;
and in my drives I have had no
need to intrust life and limb
to the tender mercies of a
Now that lawyer had good
hard, solid sense and plenty of
it, in fact, a good deal more of
it than most lawyers are credit
ed with, and yet- not more than
many boys and girls in Hono
lulu have, for are there not
many of the latter who are
spending their whole fortunes
in purchasing a bicycle and they
are wise in spending their
money on something that will
give them their money's worth
The bicycle of the Khedive
of Egypt is a gorgeous ma
chine, almost entirely covered
with silver plating but if anyone
wants a duplicate of it we can
furnish it, or if something
"English you know" is wanted
we can supply similiar ma
chines to those used by the
Princejof Wales' boys and girls,
all of whom are expert riders.
But for common every day
people like those who reside in
Paradise, we mean the Hawaii
an Paradise, the Monarch is
the machine to buy. It gives
you better value for the money
than any other make, and we
can furnish it in any style and
price. We have received by
the Australia the largest con
signment of wheels' ever brought
to the islands, and also a
complete line of extra fittings.
If any portion of a Monarch
wheel gets broken or out of
order we can replace it at
moment's notice at factory
Mr. T. V. King, who arrived
by the same steamer, will have
charge of the mechanical depart
ment of our bicycle business.
His large experience in that line
enables us to guarantee satisfac
tion in all work entrusted to
He Haniia Bodiw Ce. ML
Look Out for the Best!
And when found mnlco a no to on.
Wo havo a place now whoro wo can
show our Furniture to ndvnntngo, wo
can nut it in a position wlioro you will
bco Just what it will nppcnr in your
homo. If you will look in' nt our win
dows in tho Waking Block, Fort and
Borotania Streets, you will bco what wo
BEDROOM, PARLOR and
LIBRARY SUITS ....
and all kinds ot Furniture ready for
your inspection and delivery to -your
THE CITY FURNITURE STORE
Anil Unclortnklnc Entnlilliihment,
Cor. Fort and Borotania Sts.,
G-3m II. II. Williams, Manager.
FOR SALE OR LEASE
Yielding a Bate Income. Address
4-3m Bulletin Olllco.
W. F. O'HALLARON
Estimates Given on
Brick, Stone & Wooden Buildings
Jobbing Promptly Attended to.
337 King Street.
Cental JVEeat tolre1i
Love's Building, Nuuanu Bt.
A FIRST GLASS Market in every
Orders dolivered promptly to all parts of
ttT" Telephone 164.
H. WCt $ CO.,
Wholesale and Retail
98 Fort Streot, Honolulu
Telephone 22 P.O. Box 470
O BALED PROPOSALS WILL "BE BE-
OEIVED at tho office of tho Hawaiian
Electrio Company, Honolulu II. I., until
10 a. m., July 15, 1895, for the Construo
tion of a. Cold btorago Building. Plans and
specifications can be seen at tho office of
the said Company.
The Hawaiian Electrio Company reserves
tho right to rojeot any or all bids.
C. R. COLLINS,
HARNESS AND SADDLERY,
HA8 EEMOVED TO
337 King St.
THIS SPACE RESERVED
M. S. LEVY
E. B. THOMAS,
CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER.
UFlfltimutes givon on all
kiudd of Stoi.o, Brick and Wood
work. King stroot. 47-tf
Wanted to Rent.
A small cottupo of about 4
rooms and usual offices not inoro
thnn ten minutos walk from Post
Address " Cottage. "
48-3t Bumetin Office.
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