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bbllsliod ovory day except Sunday nt
' COO Kinfj Street, Honolulu, II. I.
.yer Month, nnywbero In tin
, waiinn Islands
'or xenr, postpaid to America,
i Canndn, or Mexico 10 00
W Yar, postpaid, othor Foreign
f Countries -13 00
I'nynblo Invnrlnblr 1" Advance.
,f elepliono 250. r. O. Box 89.
.1 B. L. FINNEY, Manager.
,i , .
Auction Sales by las. F. Morgan.
On Waikiki Road
n WEDNESDAY, July 8,
AT 12 O'CLOCK NOON.
my Sftlcsroou, Qnccu Street, I will noil
f nt Publics Auction, if not previously
. disposed of nt private salo,
2 HOMESTEAD SITES'
On tho WalHUi Itoad,
bIiir ft Subdivision of tbo Property 'for
merly occupied by C V Macfarluue, Esq.
i Sites Ajacciit to the Aboye,
id facing on the W.iikiki Ho id and
folin Kim Jtoad Tlio John Euit itoad is
ow being widened to 60 feet.
The purchaser ha the option of tluoo
Second One -Third Cnsh; bulanco on
rtgngoat 8 per cent.
"bird Fnymenta ou the Installment
ns agreed, nay 5u Cash, and balance
i per month.
3T Maps at my Salesroom, whoro nil
tticnlors run bo obtained.
JAS. F. MORGAN,
Now Building, Esplanade,
Opposito Sailors' Homo.
A WEEK'S PERFORMANCE
Commencing June 25th.
iDMISSION: .50o and .25c for
nrliilts. 25o nnd .10o for child
8 Gate opons nt G p. m.
Having engaged a Pirat-class
Painter fiom tho Coast wo
propeso to uiako
a Bpccialty nnd to guarantee
lawaiian Carriage M'fg
fo. 70,Qnoon Street. 336 12t
PAHTIES ItEQUIItlNQ PURE
talian Bees or Queens
BEfc. Apply to
lr ailltlHff I
C::ro ri"". HEADACHE.
Arc Purely Vegetable,
Are Sugar Coated,
Are Mild but Effective.
Goad for the Stomach,
Good for tiic Liver,
Good for the Bowels.
THERE ARE HO OTHER Plt-LS
SO COOP AS
JHIghoat Awards at tho World's
Hollister Drug Co., Ltd.
Bole Agents for tho llopublio of Hawaii.
UALI.LKY or AIIT.
Tlmo Left to Sco IIuxo
Next week Iho exhibition of
paintings by Hugo Fisher will
close. Therefore it is to bo hoped
that nil patrons and lovers of art,
who havo not yot done so, will
pay n visit to tho rirt rooms of tho
Pacific Hardware Company while
there is yet time. From descrip
tions of somo of tho jpaiutins
given in this journal, n fair
idea can bo gathered of tho great
range of Mr. Fisher's talent, in
his selection of subjects ns in their
treatment. Both in oils and water
colors tho exhibition forms ouo of
tho greatest displays of real art
over soon in Honolulu. One
should not conclude that genuine
works of art are beyond his means
until ho has inquired tho prico of
Mr. Fisher's works. Becauso
wealthy peoplo havo been among
his earliest patrons hero does not
prove that somo real treasures are
not available for persons of mod
erate means. A good picture is n
valuablo household nssetthatoven
grent ago will not impair but rather
tho contrary. It is besides an
educating agency that hourly
distils an artistic sense and tasto
into tho minds of tho young be
fore whoso eyes it is hung in their
own homo. Modern invention
has given us n dolugo of cheap
yot really beautiful works of nrt
made aud multiplied by machines
from tho originals produced by
tho hands of artists. Yot tho
finest of these is not to bo named
in tho samo day for value with
an original painting of which no
copies are extant. Ono or two
good original paintings will on
rich tho handsomest collection
of reproductions in black and
white nnd tho artistic chromatic
printings now so abundant.
The following cases havo been
argued and submitted nt Supremo
Court term since last provious re
S. M. Ballou vs. tho Hawaiian
Tramways Co., appeal from Dis
trict Court of Honolulu. Ballou
and Diol?oy for plaintiff; Neu
mann for defendant nppollnnt.
P. Hnne vs. Kuluwnimnkn, dnm
ages. Neumann for plaintiff; Ka
ulia nnd Knnoakua for dofondaut
appollaut. Appeal dismissed.
Peter Nunos otal. vs. Yim Qnon,
exceptions from First Oirouit.
Magoon it Edings for plaintiffs;
Neumann & Davis for defendant.
J. G. Henrique vs. J. D. Paris,
bill for specific performance, is
on this afternoon, ltobortson for
plaintiff appellant; Kinney it
Bnllou for defendant.
iiaadsomi; m'li.ni.Mi von voitr
'luo-ntory llrlck nllh Mlium Fnilng-
Uniicriil IX'xci'liHIoii f lliu Do
IinrttiH'fit'N I'uiiiro qinirtcfk.
Arrangements have eo far pro
grobsod in regard to the new
building for the Fire Department
coutrnl slntion in this rity, tbnt
bids will bo asked for thn erection
of tho building in iv very short
time. The lot on tho corner of
Borotania nnd Fort streets, owned
by tho government nnd set
nsido for fire department purposes
is nbout 100x101 foot in extent.
Tho building to bo erected nccord
ing to tho plans shown a Bulle
tin reporter todny will bo 58x103
feet, leaving n yard in tho rear of
tho building 38 feet wido and ex
tending tho full length.
Tho now central station of tho
Honolulu Fire Department will
bo two stories in height and con
structed of brick with stono
facings similar to tho pumping
station on Borotania street. At
tho Fort street end there will bo n
hoso tower 80 feet in height,
tho use of which 'will bo
explained f urthor on. The corner
of tho building cmFort and Bore
tania will bo somi-rjircular with
largo doublo dodrs opening into
the main iloor and n wido stair
way leading to the upper floors.
There will bo no doorways on
tho Fort Btreot ontrance, but
thoro will bo a largo gato lending
to tho rear ynrd. On tho Borotn
nin street side thoro will bo four
nrched doorwnys 12xlG feet,
through which tho engines pnss
in going to n fire. In returning
from duty tho nppnrntus will bo
driven thrdugh tho gates in the
ronr nnd through similnr nrched
doors in tho back of tho building
to tho proper stalls, thus obviat
ing tho necessity of turning round.
Tho plnn of tho ground floor
comprised ono main room about
40x82 feot on . which tho en
gines and horses will bo placed
Tho stalls for tho animals
aro situated on each sido of and
just in tho rear of tho engines,
nnd will bo looso boxes open bnck
nnd front. On tho Fort street
corner is tho hoso room so nr
rnugod that tho enrts can bo driv
en into it from tho ynrd nnd out
in front. This room is 12ixlC,
and is ronlly tho bottom of tho
tower. Whon tho now building is
rondy for occupnncy, thero will bo
no moro coiling up of wot nnd
dirty hoso. As tho enrts return
from tho firo tho hose used will
bo washed clean, attached to pul
leys and hoisted up iu tho tower,
whero it will hang in fiO-foot
lengths until it is required for
use again, tho carts in tho mean
time being loaded up with clean
and dry hose. In this way much
snving iu tho wear and tenr of tho
hoso is oxpected to bo mnde, a not
unimportant item. This hose
towor is 80 feot in height from
iloor to top. Over tho main en
trance will bo nn ornnmontal
towor 10 foot above tho height of
tho second story, from which tho
flng polo will riso to a height
equal to tho hoso towor.
On tho main iloor in tho rear nnd
adjoining tho hose room are the
toilet looms for tho mon aud tho
night watchman's room, occupy
ing togothor a spneo of 12JjxlG.
Thou comes n feed room 12x14,
bolihid which is a backstnirwny
leading to tho upper iloor. There
is nlso a room fijxl4 for tho stor
ago of fuel.
Willi all the space taken up iu
tho foregoing description thoro
yet remains n room 22 feot front
nnd extending tho full width of
tho building, fi8 foot, which is de
signated as tho ropair shop, al
though ns tho dopartmont in
creases room can bo sparod for
nnothor engine nnd tenm in tho
front. In tho ronr of this room
thoro will bo n pit bi'x feet long
nnd four wide, in which workmen
can stand in making repairs to
n much-needed improvement, os it
is now necessary for n mnn to lie
on his back in repairing n boiler.
Asctinliug (lie tnnin stairway
ono lcni'he't ti linllv.uv iiii.uiug to
tho chief's piivuto nflii-o, i-hunted
over tho main entrance ou tho ,
corner, and cnnuei'tiug with u cor-'
ridor running nearly tho full '
lnr.fl, nF tlw. l,MiM,i;.,., Tim ..".- I
ridor is eight feot wide. On the,
Derohuiiu street sido of this cor
ridor thero will bo threo lnrgo
slooping rooms for tho mon, 10x40,
22x4') nnd 22Jx40. On tho rear
sido will be iivo ionm, each
I( ' ' x'Jif that iu 1ui'ni is do
voted to the, men's bnth aud
washroom. The second connects
with a private bath and toilet
roomiu the rear of tho men's bath
and is designed for tho Chief's
bedroom. Tho othor threo bed
rooms nro for tho engineers. At
the Waikiki end of tho main cor
ridor is tho men's gymnasium
33x40 feet, ami tho library nnd
rending room 17Jxld. Iu each of
tho threo men's bedrooms is u
well with sliding polo for tho men
to got down iu n hurry, each of
tho rooms being oxactly ovor to
engino with which tho men nro
connected, so thore Avill bo no
confusion ou getting to tho
lower Iloor ut night. Fnch man
will find himself closo to his own
engino. " From tho mnin corridor
ii pnsBngo wny also connects with
tho rear staircase.
Tho hose towor will correspond
iu appearance to tho main build
ing but will bo four stories in
height instead of two. It will
have a handsorao mansard roof aud
will bo surmouuted with orna
mental iron work. Tho niain roof
will nlso bo of iron with orna
mental ridgo piece.
Tho second story will bo pro
vided with n pretty balcony of or
nnmontal iron work, ton feet wido,
extending nlong the Borotnnin
stroot frontpuly, nnd the drawings
of thoj front elevntions show a
very prettily deigned building
which will bo o?o of tho lnrgest
nnd handsomest iu town.
The matorinl for tho lowor iloor
bus not yot been decided ou, but
it will probably be of cement,
with Wooden covoring yhoro tho
On tho Fort Btreot sido of tho
building thoro will bo four lnrgo
windows but no doors. Tho ynrd
in tho ronr will bo nbout 40x104
feet nud will bo occupied with
sheds, extra stablos for tho horses
nnd tho genornl usos of n corpo
Chief Engineer Hunt nnd tho
mombors of the depnrtment nro to
bo congrntulnted on tho fnct thnt
nt last tho contrnl station shows
signs of materializing nud thnt
thoy mny soon got out of promises
which hnvo long been n disgrace
to tho city nnd tho dopartmont
and a menaco to tho personal
safoty of those employed about
Superintendent of Public "Works
Howell says tho now firo station
building will bo the next of tho
improvements authorized by tho
Legislature to bo put under wny
nnd thnt bidB will bo nskod for
in a very short time.
roii sri.AMN; ii:aus.
l'lro llojs (iet tno Aiturx L'ucli In tli
Six small boys named Joseph
Loio, nged 10; Kahalowai, 14;
Abraham, 10; Moses, 13; Daniel,
9, nnd Mnhi, ago unknown, wore
up boforo Judgo do la Vorgno
this morning charged with steal
ing six dozen ponrs of tho valuo
of SB from Georgo Oartar. Tho
boys nil plendod guilty and woro
each soutouced to two years in
the Kolorm school, oxcopt Joseph
who got off with throe months.
Tlio Iti-Klmeiitiil Muiot.
Out of 215 men who took part
in tho regimontal shoot just ended
120 nro entitled to medals, 55 sil
vor and 71 bronze. Corporal Snm
Johnson of Company F and musi
cian Bordtfold of Company A
succeeded in making tho highest
Bcores, 45 each. Thoro woro sevon
who mnde 41 and thirteon who
Nw Wliutnilll round to bo Nroc-tmiry
Tim Acnuotur Sow In IF.
Whon tho nrtosinn well which
supplies tho Queen's hospital with
wnter wns bored, tho trustees pur
chased a Gem windmill which was
represented as being nblo to do !
tho necessnry work of pumping
tho wnter into tho big tank. It
did not como up to expectations,
howovor, and it has been replneod
by an Aormotor, which wns put
into operation yesterday for tho
Tho now mill is twnlvo feet in I
diameter and is raised on n plat
form nbout 80 feot from tho
ground. When seen in operation
by tho roportor yostordny it wns
pumping wntor into tho 30,000
gnllou tank at tho rate of nbout
700 gnlloiiB nu hour, although
thoro wns not wind enough to keep
tho pump going stendily. Tho
pump has n 12-inch Btroko. Tho
now windmill doos its work easily
and in futuro tho hospital will not
hnvo to dopond on tho city mains
to keep its tank full, ns of late.
Tho inechaniBm of tho Aormotor
wheel is extremoly simple It re
quires no attention whatever, bo
youd oiling, nnd never gets out of
ropair. Tho new mill is tho
highest on this island and tho
surrounding trees will novor grow
high enough to obstruct its sup
ply of wind. ,Tho Hawaiian
Hardwaro Company aro tho solo
ngonts for tho Aormotor wheels
for these islnuds.
All ilKi'iil of n Tolil.i CnlillHlnv
! J; n
Ylcu'lusr AIannlliiu Territory.
A now Japauoso lifo insurance
company, tho "Ain Amoreg Kai
sha," of Tokio, is about to estab
lish a branch hero. Tho company
is an old and opulont one, doing
a henvy nnd conservative business
all over Jnpnu. Tho managing
agout, Mimashata Kuruyn, now
stnyiug in town to look over the
field, is n business man of wido
experience, having traveled ex
tensively all over the world.
In convocation with a Bulle
tin roportor yostorday ho Baid:
"Whilo not desiring to bring
about any friction between
our competitors in thcBO isl
ands, still wo boliovo that wo
havo a perfect right to secure what
business wo enn hero and wo havo
a perfect assuranco of its being
"Our plan is n now ono, very
cheap1 insurance being granted.
"Tho company has about $85,
000,000 cash assets and is capital
ized for S70,000,000. Wo do n
business in Jnpan and Chiun of
nearly $90,000,000 por annum.
"Our rates nro so low nnd our
stability so well recognized that
wo nro cortnin of getting n lnrgo
porcontngo of the businosB horo."
Thus tho aggressive Jnpaneso
propose to enter another branch
of business in theso islands.
I'.lcctrlc I'rjlni; 1'iin.
Thoo. Hoffman has received a
now and unique electrical dovico
which will doubtless become a
necessity horo boforo long. It
coufaists of n stow pan or skillot
which nt first glanco looks liko
any other iron frying pan. Upon
examining it closely, however, ono
finds that tho bottom is double,
botweon tho two iron plates thoro
boing a small electric machine.
Insulated flexible wires nro at
tached to tho utonsil and by un
screwing a common incandoscont
lamp f loin its fastenings nud in
serting tho cap which is at tho
terminus of the wiro, onough heat
is generated ho that tho pnn is
nearly red hot iu a littlo over a
minute. For gotting up n quick
meal, tho invontion takes tho
cako and can bo utilized for ninny
things in tho lino of cookory.
Sporting. By tho Mnrtha Davis
which arrived this morning a com
plete lino of sporting supplies for
tho coming season woro received
by Messrs! Castlo it Cooko.
I'rnnk I'nclirco'ii Iteccnc lmiroc
mciita to III Toiiiorlul Parlor.
Slowly but suiely Honolulu is
getting out of the old rut nnd
udoptiug now idu.is nnd improve
ments. And this is especially
true of harbor shops, although it
cannot be said of street-cars. For
a long tinio Honolulu barbers and
their patrons wore content with
uucoiufortehle ehnirH, dirty towels
and ciirete&tt baibors who thought
they were doing ono u favor to
give them a shavo or hair cut.
15ut nil this has changed in tho
hint few years nnd tho city can
now boast of some vory respectn
blo harbor shops, although so far
thoy cannot bo termed tonsorial
Believing thnt it pnys to havo
tho host of everything, Frank
Pncheco, tho well known proprie
tor of tho Criterion shaving par
lors, has recently refitted his placo
in tho latest Btylo. An olognnt
piece of cnbinot work tokos up ono
Bide of tho room, in which nro
drawers nud othor recoptacleB nec
essary for tho business nnd threo
fino mirrors in which tlio patrons
may view tho operations perform
ed on thorn. At tho end of tho
room is nn ornamental glass caso
in which nro kept tho cups, brush
es and razors of tho customers.
On tho opposite Bido of tho room
will bo handsomo marblo wnsh
Btands extending nearly across.
Tlieso wero ordered from Chicago
and for somo reason failod to con
nect with the last steamer. Threo
luxurious chairs of tho latest pat
torn for barber's uso make n mnn
nlmosl drowsy to look at them, so
elegautly aro thoy upholstered.
Thero will be threo good men
employed in this shop, and pa
trons will not bo kopt waiting.
No slipshod methods or poor har
bors nro nllowed in Mr. Pnchcco's
establishment. Patrons will bo
scraped or Bhiugled iu tho most
artistic maunor by gentlemanly,
quiet and neatly clothed operators
and none but tho best of soaps nnd
porfumory will bo used.
Now that Frank has Bet the
fashion for othors, thoro is littlo
doubt similar establishments will
make liko improvements.
Tin: itoiiTc or nn: i'kocksnioa.
IC Will lucliiilo Iho Iluxlne Portion
Several of tho merchants ou
Fort street declined to decorato
their buildings for tho Fourth on
tho grouud that tho route of tho
procession as published in a con
temporary did not include Fort
street. Colonol McLean was nsk
ed by a Bulletin roportor today
about tho matter and said thnt tho
publication was entirely unautho
rized. The route of tho
procession will bo arranged
this afternoon and olli
cially given out by Colonol Mc
Lean tomorrow. Tho Colonel said,
howovor, tlmtf it would surely in
clude tho business portion of Fort
street and that ho did not boo nny
uso in marching out Borotania
stroot aud back again, and that
portion of tho route will pro
bably bo Btrickon out.
-i in: z uiAUoz v akhivi:u.
Slio ! u .Mexican Ma roll I p on n Sclen
The Mexican warship Zaragozn
arrived at noon today, 16 duyH
from Sauta Cruz, California. Shof
is conveying an expedition of scien
tific discovery on n cruiso around
tho world. Tho Znragoza is nu,
old-fashioned, bark-rigged, wool
on, steam corvette of about 1500
Nobody but officials was nllow
ed on board tho Zarngoza, conse
quently a report of hor voyago
could not bo obtained for this is
sue. She only fired four rounds
iu saluting tho Hawaiian ilng, uud
n consular official has gono ou
board for an explanation. Thoro
may hnvo been an nccidont nt tho
Colored nud uucolorod photos
of islaud sconory at King Bros',