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EVENING BULLETIN, JULY 11, 18.
Dapartment of Public Instruction
Examinations for teachers' certificates of
both primary nnil grammar (trades will bo
held In tlio High School, Honolulu, August
25th, 20th and 87th, 18WJ. Particulars as to
condition, branches and certificates can bo
hadbjr appblugto 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
j car are required to present thenv
ith es for examination. This does not apply
to those teachers who hold first class primary
lertlitcatcs or their equivalents.
I1EKIIY E. COOPER,
Minister or Public Instruction.
Honolulu. July 7th, I8W. 34')-3t
Sill. J. Q. WOOD has thin day been np
poiutod a Notary Public for the Tirat Judi
cial Oirouit of tlio Hawaiian Inlands.
J. A. KINO,
Minister of tlio Interior.
Interior Office, July 0, 1890. 331-3t
5l?v? Evepir Bulletip,
PANIEL, LOGAN. Editor.
SATURDAY, JULY 11, 189G.
A reudor o the BULLETIN, who
wus n practical road builder in
tlio States, lias expressed his cor
dial approval of. the opinions
given in n recent article on
ronds. Ho wants us to "hit
'cm ngnin" in the sanio strnin.
The article in question advocated
tlio opening of roads into agricul
tural lands availablo for sottlement,
and those already being settled,
with the greatest possible expedi
tion. This would preclude tho
making of finished macadam
turnpikes at the start, but
just rough and ready pioueor
roads that will admit o heavy
wheel traflic. Such a policy would
be analogous to tho plan usually
adopted by pioneers with regard
to their dwellings. They are con
tent with putting np n rude shan
ty, for shelter from the ele
ments, leaving the construction of
n permanent roofttce, having both
comfort and elegance, until re
turns from their toil enable them
to afford it. The object of the
roads now most urgently need
ed is to open up the coun
try, not to provide beautiful
pleasure drives and subjects of
lino descriptive letters by visitors.
These would bo grand if tho
moans at tho disposal of the Gov
ernment were adequate therefor,
without keeping great areas of
cultivable land awaiting facilities
for settlement. Break down tho
rocky obstacles and fill up the hol
lows to let the wheels of advancing
pioueeis through. Tho pioneers
will not be long then iu returning
tributo to tho treasury sutticioutto
enable tho perfecting of the whole
system of roads to proceed with
Princo Louis of Savoy would
seem to have 'acquired "tho big
hoad " from tho kindly hospitality
accorded him on tho Pacific const,
and even in Honolulu, Whoutho
Oribtofoio Colombo arrived in
Chili, thu Princo, according to tho
news, deliberately snubbed tho
Spanish residents who proffered
him civilities. The Spanish colon
ists nro tho more surimsed at this
uction as the Prince, a son of tho
late King Amodeo of Spain, -was
born in Madrid. Sometimes it's
augels you find, and sometimes it
isn't, when you entertain stran
Suitors at tho locunl Supiemo
Court term are not being treated
to the exasperation of tho "law's
delays." The Justices within two
or three days from the close of
tho lorm began making tho tiles
hot with decisions.
Li Hung Chang is full of busi
ness in his European tour. A
llusso-OhincBO alhanco, fastened
with American steel roilsjpromises
to materialize out of liis aotivo
brain, weighted down as it is with
a Jopnneso bullot.
It will bo tho "twelfth of July
in tho morning," and tho cable
grams on Monday will bo punctu
ated with brokou heads in " ould
Oiroland." "What a pity to boo
ancient feuds perpotuated in civil
ized countries 1
Our Hilo chroniclor is faithful
enough to record the ignoring of
tho anti-betting act at tho horso
races thore. It is to bo romembored,
however, that tho "holy terror" has
not been iu good health lately.
If California justico was equal
in promptitudo to Pennsylvania
justice, tho cold-blooded villain
Durrant would long ero this have
had his portion with the monster
There has been a large increase
in tho production of California
sweet wiues last year, dospito tho
competition met with in Hawaii
from tho Japanese bngjuice.
Hilo displays as much enter
prise in holiday keoping as in
Explorer Marsden has boon
discovered by our Stanley at Hilo.
C'Hptnln Ornliaui Hum IVInrc- Trpiiblu
Willi Hit flren in Xt'H Vorli.
The ship "W. F. Bnbcock, which
took ono of the largest cargoes of
sugar from Honolulu this season,
has arrived safely in Now York,
but according to a Now Yotk dis
patch of Juno 25th her captain
and mato are still having trouble
with their crow. Tho dispatch
rends: "Twelve sailors from the
American ship William Babcock,
which arrived Friday from San
Francisco and Honolulu with a
cargo of sugar, appeared at tho
Shipping Commissioner's office
today to make a complaint against
their former skipper, Captain
Graham, and Mato McEachen.
They said the' hud beeu beaton
by tlio mato on th.i voyogo, and
instead of getting thoir wages
when they reached this port, they
wero told by Gruham that they
were in debt to tho ship.
"Ono of the sailors, Carl Brow
er, a Norwegian, said ho expected
to recoivo $07 when ho got hero.
Ho Bays that he and some, of his
shipmates left tho ship at Hono
lulu to havo a good time and they
wero arrested for desortion. Five
of them, including Browor, broke
a plain glass window of a Chinese
laundry, in tho hope of being ar
rested and escaping furtlior ser
vico on tjio Babcock. They canto
up before American Consul Mills
at Honolulu and ho sent them
back to the ship and required
them to pay SGO for wrecking tho
laundry. Thoy say thut Captain
Graham deducted this money
from thoir wages, nnd ho also
charged thorn &2.fj0 a day each for
tho stevedores ho had hired to
load tho cargo during their ab
sence. They dtclare that tho ar
ticles thoy signed did not stipu
late that they wero to do stovedoro
work. There will be an investi
gation." nn-AitTinu; or tiii: saiiv.
Tlio AiiNtrl'Mi Wai'lii (ictn n Hood
After u pleasant stay of nine
days in tho "Paradiso of tho Paci
fio," tho Austrian warship Saida
pulled np her mud hooks, and de
parted this forenoon for tho
"Land of tho Itising Sun."
Mauy people were down ou
tho watorfrout to see their
friends aboard tho good ship
off, and tho waving of hand
keichiofs, huts and parasols wus
kept up until tlio departing naval
gupst reached tho entrance of tho
hnrbor. As tho Saida steamed
out of tho harbor, tho ship's bund,
stationed aft on the poop deck,
played Bonio lively airs, tho
oflicors waved their hands to thoir
lady friends and others, and ilug
signals wero exchanged with tho
Moxicun and American men-of-war.
When passing tho light
house, tho Austrian tars swarmed
into tho rigging, and gave three
rousing cheers as a good-bye to
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 ihave 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 bulter-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 houses,
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 Elgin,
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 $1.00
The De Laval Cream
Separators are now in al
most universal creamery or
factory use the 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 for 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 oi us purpose.
Hawaiian Hardware Co.
Opposite Spreckols' Bank,
NO. 307 FORT STREET.
HI Tho Bulletin very' kindly
noticed our now department
in its columus of lust week,
and already the number of
orders for this kind of work,
convinces us that thero has
been pressing need for such
work in this city.
Without making tho slightest
brag on tho kind of work our
engraver is able to do, we fool
so certain that wo cau please
tho over particular that there
will bo no longer any excuse
for sending away for your
enrds, or for any of tho finer
embossing work, which you
havo boon compelled to do up
to tho present moment.
Will bo found to bo
Our stationery tho latest and
finest in use. Wo will keep
posted on every now wrinkle
in tho work and you can rest
assured that any work turned
out by us will bo correct and
the kind vou won't bo ashamed
Will you keop this work at
homo by placing your orders
with us? You save the espouse
of mailing, to say nothing of
the long wait, so let us do your
H. F. Wichman
....AND Till. ..
A RECORD OF BARBARISM
DARKER THAN DARKEST
AFRICA. . . .
(By Bev. Edwin M. Bliss.)
QfST Prospectus and subscription lists
The UawaiiaD News Co.,L'd
rvlorotiunt Street, Honolulu.
In ono vol. cloth $ 2 00
In one vol. cloth gilt, 2 CO
In one vol. IlaK-Ktistinn gilt 3 "0
(3T My Hack does not tip in this man
uer, no mutter how weighty the loud.
Hack No. 14
BS2T TELEPHONE 176 a
Stnadi Bolb.nl nnd King nlreets.
rlealani Yacht and Boat Club.
A SPECIAL MEETING OK THE
Henkui Ynoht nnd Boat Club will be hold
I ..f I. llnulmilUnnt MniKiiiill 'PITTTTlII A V
EVENING, July lfith, nt 7 30 o'clock, for
tho pmposo of fllliu' aciitioios in the
Board ot Directors nnd transiting other
business ot iniportiuico. A lull attendance
Pur oidtr of the Bunid of Dlicctors,
A. V. GEAR.
DU1UNG MY ABSENCE niOM TIIE
ItilfuidB Mr. Fred. II. Out will not for mo in
nil personal busmen mattoih under full
power of attorney.
1 O. E. BOARDMAN.
Honolulu, July 10, 1S90- 3S?-3t
A man who had something to soil and who byHwiest
representation lost tho saio, would, uccording to tho dbplteablo
standard of today, lack an essential in tho make-up of a sales-
There is but one sure way to guard against misrepresen
tation in business: it is-to supply an article of suclii merit, that
its superior qualities leave nothing to bo desired; Tho truth
more adequately describes such an article than a lio could
To put inferior goods into the hands of a salesman whoso
living is contingent on their sale, is to lead that mart into
temptation. Thoro is but ono way to stop tho salo of liquor
and inferior merchandise, and that is to nbolish their manu
facture. The manufacturer of a Shoe who does not put his name
on it, .thus guaranteeing it, can't sell Shoes to
The Manufacturers' Shoe Go,, v
33iT Shoe Store. GIG Fort Strrt.
IeW Jfr rivals ii Our
White Linen Tablo Damask, good quality.
White Linen Table Covers with Napkins to match.
White Linen Bed Sheeting, 90 inch, at $1.50 per yard.
White Linen for Pillow Cases 45 inch, 00c per yard.
Fine White Linen, 3G inch, GOc per yard.
Red Tabic Damask, GOc nnd 70c per yard.
White Damask Table Covers with lied' Borders, $1.50
and $1.75 a piece.
White Damask Doilies, $1.50 a dozen.
White Damask Doilies with Bed Border 75c and $1.25 a
B. F. Ehlers & Go., Fort Street
Gastle 4 Cooke
Put a ring around thoord
opportunity tho occasion
makes it. Never in the his
tory of mercantile transac
tions in Honolulu have the
people had such a golden
opportunity to select a lamp
as to-day. A manufacturer
who had more than ho know
what to do with, more than he
had space to put them, wrote
us of his troubles. Wo had
none of our own so we
listened to him. Our stock of
lamps is the result of his tale
of woo and you get the benefit.
A black lamp that will give
a bright light is not a fad,' but
a stylo that will remain until
''New Hawaii" shall become '
old. Being sombre in color
they furnish with any decora
tions you may havo in your
room and any color shade that
suits your fancy will look
well on the lamp.
For a dinner tablo nothing
furnishes tho table bettor than
black banquet lamps. Wo havo
them, not cumbersome, but of
a height that will beautify
rather than detract from the
other features. Wo havo piano
lamps, hall lamps, boudoir
lamps and every other character .
of lamp that over was made
Tho prices aro so low that
it would injure our business
to put them in this column.
Von Holt Building.
NOTARY PUBLIC ai TYPEWRITER '
Ofhok: 203 Merchant street, Campbell
Block (rear t J, O. Carter's office. I'. Ot
Box M. 340-U
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