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EVENING BULLETIN, JULY 9, 1890.
lMWl.Wa iktMAM WiltrfllitmMMIH1ty'llH'
Depirtment of Public Instruction
Examination for teachers' certificate of
both primary and grammar prailts will be
belli In the High School, Honolulu, Augnit
SStli, liOth anil S7th, 18W1. Particulars as to
coudttlous, branches anil certificates can be
had by applying to the Deputy Inspector of
Schools. All teachers In the employ of the
Department of Public Instruction who have
not valid certificates for the coming school
year arc required to present them
selves for examination. This does not apply
to those teachers who hold first class primary
certificates or their equivalents.
HENRY E. COOPER,
Minister or Public Instruction.
Honolulu, July 7th, 13WJ. 340-3t
V ' ' " ' '
WILL HE ItECEtVED AT THE OITICE
of iho Miulstor of tho Iutcrlor till 12 o'clock
uouuof TUU113DAY, July 30, 1390, for
tho construction of a Road from Makeua to
Thus and Specifications can be scou At
tho Ofdco of the Suporlutoudent of Public
Works, ami nlsu at tlw Offlco of tho Sheriff
Tho Miulaier dot lint Idml Mmwlf to
accopt tho loeht or any bid.
Minister of the Interior.
Interior Offlio, July 7th, 1890. 348JU
MU. WILLIAM A. HESSHALL HAS
thin iliy lceu nppoiutcd Notary Fnblio for
the l'lwt Judicial Cueuit of tho Hawaiian
J. A. KINO,
Minister of tho Intorior.
Intorior Office. July 0, 1800. 318 3t
5 Eueiir? Bulletin
DANIEL LOGAN, Editor.
TIIUBSDAY. JULY 9, 1896.
WAS A NOBLE MAN.
Rev. Edward P. Bnker, whoso
shocking denth by accident in
California has beon recorded in
this pnpor, was for several yoars
pastor of tho Foreign Church
(Congregational) at Ililo. Tho
following passage in the San
Francisco Chronicle's report of liis
death is about aB accurnte as news
papers in that part usually get
anything about tho Hawaiian Isl
ands: Tho deceased was n native of
Massachusetts. Although ho had
spent several years in Honolulu
in search of . hoalth, occasionally
offiuiatiug in one of Unchurches,
ho did not seem to regain it.
Mr. Baker was scarcely known
by sight in Houolulu, excopting
to leading members of his denom
ination. Tho writer traveled with
him on tho steamer Kinau as far
as Maui one time, olso would not
have over known him to seo him.
In an enviable reputation, how
ever, Mr. Baker was known to all
our intelligent people. Ho was
an idol of tho inhabitants of Hilo
for his brotherlikiudness
and manly qualities. Rev.
E. P. Baker's uumo was synony
mous with "mouutain climber,"
as ho was the champion in that
lino of athletics in theso islands.
Once the Bulletin, when under
the ownership and editorship of
its lamented fouador, Walter Hill,
perpetrated a grand April Fool's
Day joko by publishing a minute
account of tho discovery of a race
of pigmies living in a cave of one
of tho triplot mountains oE Iln
waii, employing a namo assonant
with that of Mr. Baker's as tho
name of tho heroic discoverer.
On tho recent expedition to tho
eruption in Mokuaweoweo, tho
summit crator of Mauua Loa,
tho coudnctor pointed out the
placo whore Mr. Baker loft his
horses while ho made tho rest of
tho ascent on foot. It has been
Btatod that Mr. Baker loBt his life
by riding over a precipice on a
bioyclo. The full particulars of
his death in tin Chroniclo show
that criminal official negligence
was tho primary cause of tho
world's losing the benefit of this
noblo man's services in tho causes
of lollgion and scienci'. This is
revealed in tho following para
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It is supposed that when tho
deceased was riding down a Bteep
hill which loads to tho bridge ho
lost control of tho wheel, and
thero boing no railing on the
bridge, ho wont over and down
sovonty-fivo foot. A coroner's in
quest was hold, tho verdict being
accidental death. The condition
of the bridge was strongly con
demnod for not having a i ailing.
TOURIST BOOM WANTED.
A visitor from tho Pacific CoaBt
contributed nu excellent letter to
this papor a few day's ago upon
the subject of booming Honolulu
as an attractivo rosort for tourists.
Editorial comment was provonted
at tho timo by a pressuro of other
matter, but tho letter probably
carried duo weight with our
readers on its merits. Tho idea
presented was tho getting up of
night fetes with illuminations,
otc, nftor the completion of
tho beach boulonrd. Useful
8Uggtstions weie mado as to per
manently decorating tho route of
tho boulevard with palms and oth
er trees. Other cities liuvo done
largo strokes of business by means
o popular festivals such as tho
flower carnivals of California and
tho ice carnivals of cities of tho
north. Amidst tho seething en
terprise now manifest in internal
development the matter of attrac
tions for tourists must not bo neg
lected. It is something that has
proved equal to goldmines in val
uo for other countries having nat
uial beauties and .woudors no
greater tlmu those islands possess.
A reader asks tho Bulletin to
note tho fact that tho Kamohamo
has IV. and V. invariably ro
cognized foreign bulls or similar
functions of any accouut. If thov
did not lend their porsonnl pro
sonco thoy would send oithor tho
chamberlain or tho governor to
represent thorn. This rovorsion
to a discussion that this paper
had done with is only admitted
hero with a view to having tho
right precedent adopted for tho
An improvement in tho mode
of paying toachors, truaut ollicers
and janitors has been put into
offect by tho Department of
Public Instruction. Instead of
their drawing drafts on tho Edu
cation Office as heretofore, tho
Minister sends each ono of them
a treasury draft, which post
masters are required to honor.
It is a long timo since tho Gov
ernment has played a return
matoh in hospitality with any of
tho several nations whoso repre
sentatives havo on many occasions
in a year or two past given gen
erous ontoitamments to tho inha
bitants of both official and private
It was long ago domonstratod
that coffee of tho best quality
could be raised ou this island.
Tho enterprise of tho young
capitalists who havo formed tho
Makaha Coffee Company, to raise
mo prouuci on a largo scale, is
worthy of imitation.
With tho varied recruits being
added to tho fauna of thoso isl
ands from abroad, Hawaii may
bid ono day for tho titlo of
"Menagerio of tho Pacific."
Meohanics' Homo, corner Hotel
and Nuniinu streets, lodging by
ilny, week or mouth, 'forms: 25
and 50 oonts por night- $1 and
$1 25 nor WpIc.
THE OIItOOIT COURT OF tiir
First Circuit. Hawaiian Islands. Tn Mm
matter of tho Bankruptcy of Neo Lee, do
inpj business in Honolulu and Lithiiinn.
Ciedltors of tho said Bankrupt aro hereby
notified tocomo inandproe their debts
before the Clerk of tho Circuit Comt of the
lbt Circuit, nt tho Court Houso, in Hono
lulu, on MONDAY, tho 20th day of July,
1800, between tho hours of 10 o'clock in
,the forenoon and noon of the said day, nnd
ricci mi AbHi(jui'u oi mo sum jjankrnm s
By tho Courtt
and Cream Sepa
rators. Now that the Fourth of July
celebration is over and people
are settling down to business
again, we desire to call the
attention of the residents of
the Hawaiian Islands to a few
matters of interest.
We have lately been ap
pointed sole agents for Bar
ber's Refrigerating Ma
chines. This machine can readily be
arranged in creameries, etc., so
as to cool cream, milk and
water to any desired tempera
ture down to and below freez
ing, as also to hold a well
insulated butter-room at any
temperature desired above 30
degrees, only requiring the
running of the machine from
four to six hours per day,
which is the usual time that
the other machinery in a
creamery is operated.
in addition to creameries,
these machines are also adapted
for use in produce nouses,
meat markets, hotels, club
houses, etc. Their perfect work
has been demonstrated fully
in the past two years in a large
number of creameries in differ
ent portions of the East, and
more particularly in the Eltrin.
111., district, as well as in butter
houses in Chicago, New Or
leans, and elsewhere.
The cost of operation is no
minal, as the charge of ammo
nia furnished with the plant
should last a year or more
without recharging, and will
cost only about $ .00
The De Laval Cream
Separators are now in al
most universal creamery or
iitctury use me world over,
and in the past few years the
Dairy or "Baby" sizes of these
machines have almost as com
pletely revolutionized general
dairying as had the larger
machines previously the cream
The De Laval Company now
presents to the public a smaller
type of its latest and most
improved "Alpha" machines
intended Tor household and
small dairy use, and designed
to confer in its new field the
same inestimable benefits of
centrifugal separation of cream
from milk as have the larger
machines in their respective
No more fitting and des
criptive term could well be
applied to this little machine
than the name which has been
so aptly given it, the "Humming-Bird."
It is very small.
very compact, extremely sim
ple, easily understood and
cared for, safe and durable. It
possesses every advantage to
be found in any of the larger
"Alpha" machines, is so ex
tremely easy of operation by
reason of its new method of
obtaining motion as to be
designed mainly for use by
women and children, and is
absolutely thorough in its
effectiveness. It need simply
be said that it fulfills every
requirement of its purpose.
Hawaiian Hardware Co.
Opposite Sprockols' Bank,
NO. 307 FORT STREET.
The bulletin very kindly
noticed our now department
in its columns of last
and already tho number
orders for this kind of work,
convinces us that thoro has
boon pressing need for such
work in this city.
AN ithout making tho slightest
brag ou the kind of work our
engraver is ablo to do, we fool
so coitain that wo can pleaso
tho over particular that thero
will bo no longer any excuso
for sonding away for your
cards, or for any of tho liner
embossing work, which you
have beon compollod to do up
to tho yresont moment.
"Will bo found to bo
Our stationery tho latest and
finest in use. Wo will keep
posted on evory now wriuklo
m tho work aud you can rest
assured thatany work turned
out by ub . will bo correct and
tho kind you won't be ashamed
"Will you keep this work at
home by placing your orders
with us? You save the expense
of mailing, to say nothing of
the long wait, so let us do your
H. F. Wiciiman
Take an Outing
Trains will Ipuvu at 9:15 a. m.
aud 1:45 p. jr., u'rriving in Hono
lulu at 3:11 nnd 5:55 P. M.
1st Glass 2d Class
Pearl City $ 75 $
Ewa Plantation... 1 00
Waianao 150 1
I5T My Hack dooa not tip in this mau
nor, no matter how weighty the load.
Hack No: 14
BT TELEPHONE 17Gfl
8tadi Bethel and Klna Rlreets.
To 1)0 hold nt cost. To close
up consignment! . - . .
SIIO.OO to S7G.OO,
To make quick halo".
Wall, Nichols Co.
On nccouut of depnrture I hereby ro
fluent nil iiccountx duo me to bu tmid by
the 20th tout.
3I8-3C A. M. MELLIS.
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. ,.. - , ,
A man who had something to sell and whev by- honest
representation lost tho salo, would, according to tho deplorable
standard of today, lack an essential in tho muke-up,of a sales-
There is but one suro way to guard ngainst misrepresen
tation in business: it is- to supply an article of suchi merit that
its superior qualities leave nothing to bo desired. Tlio truth
more adequately describes such an article than a- lie could
To put inferior goods into tho hands of a salesman whoso
living is contingent on their sale, is to lead that man into
temptation. There is but one way to stop tho salo of liquor
and inferior merchandise, and that is to abolish their manu
facture. The manufacturer of a Shoe who does not putt his namo
on it, thus guaranteeing it, can't soil Shoes to
The Manufacturers' Shoe Go.,
3?ig- Slioo Store. C51C5 Fort) s3fcirot.
jIeW ffavh&ls ii Our
White Linen Table Damask, good quality.
White Linen Table Covers with Napkins to match.
White- Linon Bed Shooting, 90 inch, at .$1.50 per yard.
White Linen for Pillow Cases 45 inch, 60c per yard.
Fine White Linen, 3G inch, GOc per yard.
Red Table Damask, GOc and 70c por yard.
White Damask Table Covers with Hod. Borders, $1.50
and $1.75 a piece.
White Damask Doilies, $1.50 a dozen.
Whito Damask Doilies with Red Border 75c and $1.25 a
B. P. Ehlers &
cleans tho glass at one move-
t ment of the hand and prevents
n ,- n n -i 'Possibility of breakage. Don't
bastie & uooi5.e!cost; mud, but rth a
Co., Port Street
Our advertisements in the
daily papers attract more
wanters than we know what
to do with at times, but thoy
aro indulgent with us and if
thoy cannot be waited on the
minuto thoy get in the store
thero aio attractive bits of
crockery and glassware to
occupy their attention for a
few minutes. It's tho shoppers
and buyers that mako us
happy. If the rush continues
tho force of clerks will be
enlarged. Advertising suits us.
If it is a steak or a chop,
it's all the better for broiling,
if you havo the right sort of
broiler. The Unique is tho
ono that broils both sides with
least trouble. No danger of
burning fingers with a Unique.
Every housewife uses raisins
to a degree in cooking; the
bother has been in the seeding.
An Automatic seeder will seed
a pound in fivo minutes and
all tho machine costs is a
dollar and a half.
Tho Columbia Egg Beater
goes to you for a quarter.
(Another stylo works quicker
J and has a graduating glass;
costs 00 cents, but it is worth
tho difference. -
j Tho patent chimney cleaner
Von Holt Building.
j N FERNANDEZ.
ROTARY PUBLIC ai TYPEWRITER
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