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MVIIMNO llttfitfHTlN, AUGUST HO. 181)5.
Sl;$ EuGpl Bullet,
Willi tthlrli I liirorpnrnlnl llir
DANIEL LOGAN, Editor.
l'UISSDAY, - - AUG. 'JO. 1805.
GREATEST OF ALL.
Am'iM nil tho aRitution for
work of intonml dnvolnptnont,
Hid givntrsi tclionio of nil hns
(hopped cut of view, now, for
Rovcrul yours. Thnt is llio build
ing f n ru i I way from Hilo to lln
imiRu... It him hud no powerful
champion sinco tho doath of
Saraiiol G. Wilder, who really
laid down his life in pursuit of
tho project. Tho railway in quos
tiou ought to havo bon placod
hhoad of Pacific and iutor-ishmd
oabltts in tho oidor of importance
It would unito in ono industrial
community tho wholo windward
Bido of Hawaii, and opon up largo
bolts of land adaptod to a great
vjrioty of products. Hilo would
by that railway attain to tho im
portance as an ontropot of coin
mcrco for tho largest island of
tho group which is hor natural
due. Tho troaaury could well
afibrd, from certain promise of in
creased rovenueB to pay for what
ovor improvements tho harbor of
Hilo requires, both in onhancing
its safety for refuge and its fa
cilities of commerce. Mr. ltycroft,
representative for Puna, has often
nnd eloquently urgod in tho Logis
liluro tho importance of common
roads to opon up tho cofleo lands
of Hawaii. His arguments would
apply with equal force to the
Hilo and Hamakua railway. This
groat project if carried out would
curtuinly incroaso to a degreo at
pivFonl hardly cnlculoble the area
of improved lands, and thus mul
tiply tho tax-bearing capabilities
of tho whole const and territory
back of it extending far into tho
mountain rango. Tho procoss of
dovolopmont would bo immensely
enlarged by irrigation works
whore noeded to ronder now desert
lands cultivable. What would bo
sayed in freights to tho sugar and
cofleo planters, from having their
products shippod direct to San
Francisco from Hilo, would be a
largo economy for those great in
toiosts. Direct steamers would
bo placed on the route, which
would at once dovolop an import
ant trade in pineapples, bananas,
limes and other fruits. Honolulu
has nothing to gain by stupid
oalousy toward a projoct thot
would make Hilo a gateway of
c immorco to the group in general
and to tho largost island in par
ticular. Whatever develops tho
resources of ono pnrt of tho coun
try enriches the" whole common
lu an article on tho political
and commercial prospects of
China, tho Celestial Erapiro pub
lished at Shanghai says: "In
Chi nn tho exciteraont of the war
is rapidly cooling down, too
rapidly indood, for its lossons are
already forgotten, and China,
whom dear old womon in Etiropo
insistod was going to reform, has
trtiinblod back into her old groove
nnd is lying in tho rut, for all the
world like a niggr child twirling
. its thumbs, and staring at noth
ingness." The articlo gives a
warning rolativo to tho troatmont
of tho Chineso by tho Powers,
.spying that "unchookod rioting is
(apt to break uiit again with
redoubled violence," This wu ru
in hiiK its commentary in tho
later information of u brutal
iniiMflerof Amotiodii and MtigliHh
niiftHloimry women at u plaou In
Tho OhinoBO havo a provoib
which Hays that ho Hint hath not
n smilhiK fneo Hliould not opon a
Ono of tho saving of Mollcro
was "Unreasonable hHto is tho
direct rond to error." It will
probnbly bo exemplified in tho
Spalding cable ooulraot.
In this issue nppoar tho appro
priation acts of tho spooinl ses
sion. Tho soldiering businoss,
including tho Citizens' Guard,
takos 19 percent of all tho monoy
votod, including tho $32,000 for
tho Honolulu high school.
Tho porsonal pronoun "I" is
rocommonded to cx-Lnbir Com
missioner and Adviser-in-gonornl
Armstrong ns a coat of arms in
lieu of tho titlo or docorntiou his
ominont sorvices to tho common
wealth domand at tho hands of a
Stimulated by tho competition
of electric light companios, tho
makors of coal gas havo groatly
improved thoir product. They
havo porfected an incandoscent
gas light costing only ono-sevonth
as much as incandoscent electric
light of equal powor. That old
gas franobiso in tho Hawaiian
statutes inuy yot bo dug up and
Speaking of window curtains,
wo will soil boauties ut 75 conts
a pair, during tho clearance salo
at tho Teuiplo of Fashion Sopt. 2.
t m m
A Grand Venture
Of Hood's Snrsaparilla is thnt while it puri
fies the Mood and sands it coursing through
tho veins full of richuesa nud health, it
also imparts now lifu nud vigor to every
function of tho body, llenco the expression
no often heard: "Hood's Snreaparilla made
n new person of rn." It overcomes that
tired feeling so common now.
Hoou's Pills nro purely vecetnb'e per
fectly harmless, nlways reliable nnd bono
By Lewis J. Levey.
I will sell it Publio Auotion
On Wednesday, August 21, 1895,
At 10 o'clock a. .,
Groceries, Corned Beef in kegs
(to close consignment), Qreen
nnd ltoast Coffee, Apples, Po
tatoes, Carpets und Had Car
potiug in good ordtr, nud Oon
ersl Merchandise, to., nud
six oases of champagne.
L. J. Levey,
A POSITION IN AN OFFICE OR STORE
by an Island boy 10 years of age, who
speaks English and Portuguese. Can clvo
the beat of references.
7J-3t Apply at this Office.
ALL ACCOUNTS OF 3 .MONTHS OR
longer standing must be settled on or
before Septomber IStli, or collections will
bo forced on same.
79-3t J. J. EGAN.
TO HAVE nOUItOWLl) hAY ?:i,ooo,
1 from tho P. J), k L. Aswjciation, at
their last moating, would have cost you
$.'17.fi0 per month, for say, 10 years, n total
of $1,500. .'1,000 when vour mortgage would
Ik cancelled, 4,000liO0 interest in 10
yoiirs, or $lfi0 interest in 1 yeur, $JG05
percent on 83,000.
Office Ileum j f ; JJ;
Chuuibur of Commerce Jtoouis,
A. V, QlUll,
Aost people make their wills
before they die, and sonic of
them arc great curiosities in
their way. Among the maiiy
curious IcgcMes made lately is
that of a Christiana man who
directs that his whole fortune
shall be expended in bicycles.
A Norwegian newspaper which
does not give itself up to the
comic clement relates that a
Dutch lawyer, named Nikolson,
bequeathed the whole 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
tne money is ro go towaras
paying the teacher to train the
boys in bicycle riding.
The validity of the will has
been disputed bv 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 :-
1 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
Prince of Wales' boys and girls,
all of whom are expert riders.
But for common every day
People like those who reside in
aradise, 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 wheelsever 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 a
moment's notice at factory
Mr. T. V. King, who arrived
by the same steamer, will have
charge of the mechanical depart
ment uf our bicycle business.
His large experience in that line
enables us to guarantee satisfac
tion in all work entrusted to
Ito HmM Hardware Cfc Ltd
. . . . SUNDAYS.
Trains Mill lrnu Honolulu at U:I5n.m , nnd
1:45 p.m. ltcliirnhijr will arrive in Honolulu
at U.I I p.m. unit 3:55 p.m.
ROUND TRIP TICKETS:
1st Class H 75
2nd Olnss, 1 25
P. O. Smith,
Gon'l Toss, and Ticket Agent.
$5.00 Per week.
TltltEE OH FOUll l'KOPI.H CAN HE
accommodated with excellent hoard In a
private family; apply at 81 Ucrctanla street.
DUMNO MY AI13ENCE ON KAUAI
during tho next two months all orders
tor milk or wood from Walanae Itanch will
havo tho careful attention or Mr. Schlcisscr
who will he at the ranch olllco to receive
telephone mcMsgcs from 0:30 to 8 y. m. All
orders for cither milk or wood! will ho
D. P. E. ISENBERG.
ESTABLISHED IN 1858.
BISHOP & COMPANY,
-t IIANKEIIS, 1-
llonolulu, Hawaiian Islands.
Trausnct n general Bunking and Ex
change Business. Loans made on approved
security. Bilis discounted, Commercial
credits granted. Deposits rcceivod on cur
reut account subject to check.
Letters of credit issued on tho principal
cities of tho world.
Agents of Tho Liverpool, London and
Gloho Iusnranco Company.
At WAIKIK1 on car line nnd onTPA-
LAMA ROAD near Fertilizing
These Lota are Very Cheap and Sold
on Easy Terms.
Desirable Aero Tracts near tho city nnd
other Properties for sale.
BRUCE, WAKING & CO.,
Dealers in Lots and Lands,
1-tf 603 Fort Street, near King.
Telephone 607. P. O. Box 32L
To the Public and Tourists.
Any party wishing to tako a
rido around tho Island, or to tho
Pali, can bo accomomdatod at a
small cost by F. Smith, tho Bus
man. At Smith's Stablos can be
found at a momont's notico Buss
es, Wagonottos, Buggies, Saddlo
Horsos.eto , for biro.
Spooial nttontion paid to Tour
ists wishing to tako in the sights
at a small furc. This is tho cheap
est pluco in town.
Horsos broke, doublo or singlo;
also horsos bought, sold or ox
changed. For furthor particulars
Bus and Livory Stablos.
King St, botweou Fort and Botbol.
relephono '108. Juno 18. G-mo.
IN TOWN I
I am now nrennrftl in Mnvn VnmMtrtrr
in better ehniiethan any other aitc'i-'
cunucrn in 1110 city, as j. uara a waf'l J
larpo enough to move a whole hottwfrj
of Furnituro at one load.
I have the latest PIANO MOVING
APPAKATUS and guarantoe to move
Pianos without scratching, to any port of
tho city for 82JH). I am a rustler and
don t caro who knows it; urn always to
bo found ut my Stand,
Cor, Nuuanu & King Btroots,
"tfTl move my Furniture HO FAST
that it mnkos inv mimitlltum tiuiuim
to tivuu look at me.
ionrn hit Jhibluoss only,
A l'lN'l! NIW n)l.l!MIIIW I'liAirro.s
l nl H IttlflHlit. A I hi llittwx, I InrMi n
Ml.) bill lllrtke. r.llillillc Hi "Htlllliy BiiHtll,"
. .. !. 1 '.. !.,... 1UU. ".I,.
1.1 J 1 irjiimiiT tun. ,f
Aloha Bath House.
Next lo Marino Jl'iilvrny. Hath
ing Hiiiln on liund. I'nlrons
brought froo from tup-bout whnr(
0'i ttilt'phntiiiif; No. 585. Fiirn
iiihr.d rooms to lot on 1 lit; i-nifRi;s.
:iui. .). JLl. liKlBT.
niv 16-1 mi
ED. C. KOWE,
HoitKO, SfgU nnd
Ornmnciitul . .
. . PAINTER . .
Paper Manner and Decorator.
lloiv&s Liquid Slathif,
020 KitiR Street.
I California Fruit Market.
Corner Kiujr nnd Alnken Strcots.
BY EVERY STEAMER
From Snn Francisco with
Fresh Fruits, Oysters, Salmon, Poultry.
Jose Do Espirito Santo,
GUITAR 14 MAKER
Taro-Patc!i and Ukulele Guitars
Undo of Hawaiian Woods.
130 Fort Street Opposite Clnb Stables,
(Successor to Ohas. Hammer.)
Kino and Fout SinEETS,
Ib prepared to manufacture all kinds
nnd grades of Hand-mndo Harness at
LOWEST Or I'ltlCES FOIt CASH.
All work guaranteed to bo satisfactory
before leaving the ehop. 53m
Honolulu, Hnwaiian Islands
Principal Parts of tho World,
Transact a General Banking,
the x. n.
To save plants, (lowers, troos, etc, from
tho destruction of insects, you will do well
to communicate with tho undersigned as he
manufactures a l'nro Vegetablo Compound
froo of any poisonous substances; therefore,
it does not kill tho insects, but keeps the
same off tho plants, and will not iujure the
plnuts or fruits, "ltobes," "Grapes," etc,
wiU not suffer any longer but grow healthy
nnd pretty by tho use of tho Compound and
to convince tho public of its success, I shall
perform a trial ordor or application without
liiliha street, near School.
JUST HEOEIVKD 1'EIt
A Small Consignment or
JULES MUMM & Cos CHAMPAGNE
In 2uurUnd I'lnti,
F, A, hMtsf & Co-
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