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EVENING BULLETIN, JULY 15, ISiM.
Public Lands Notice.
Notico is hereby given that tho
following lots of Government land
will be open for application ou or
aftor July loth, 1890, under tho
provisions of tho "Land Act, 1895,"
for Eight of Purchaso Loaso or
Two lots of Agricultural Land,
suitable for coffoo culture, in
Lot 1 Containing 108 -11-100
acres. Appraisod Value, S325.25.
Lot 7 Containing 38 5-10
acres. Appraised Value, S115.50.
Applications for tho abovo lots
will be received at 9 o'clock a. m.
of Wednesday, July 15th, nt tho
oilico of the sub-Agent for tho 4th
Land District, Paia, Maui.
Full particulars as to necessary
qimlifiVntions' of applicants,
method of applying, etc., may bo
obtained from tho sub-Agent, Mr.
W. O. Aiken, Paia, or at the Pub
lic Lands Office, Honolulu.
J. F. BROWN,
355-lt Agout of Public LnndB.
5I?? Ever?ir?$ Bulletin,
DANIEL LOGAN. Editor.
WEDNESDAY, JULY 15, 1890.
Thero is a possibility, even a
probability, that before a groat
many years restrictive laws will
not be so much needed in other
countries to stem tho tido of emi
gration from China and Japan.
The Chinese and Jupinoso will bo
offered in an increasing degree
employment at homo which will
make their labor less and less
cheap abrond than is now tho case.
Already with tho renewed expan
sion, since tho war, of Japan's
manufacturing industries a risoin
wages is chronicled, and the ten
dency of the prodigious develop
ment in that lino, which is excit
ing the attention of tho whole com
mercial world, will bo moro and
more to draw tho surplus of popu
lation from tho agricultural dis
tricts to tho manufacturing towns.
It phould not bo surprising, in tho
near future, to see Japan putting
a stop outiroly to labor emigra
tion. China bids fair soon to
present similar changing con
ditions to those of Japan.
Awakened from tho lethargy
of ages by tho war,
her rulers find that tho country is
really out of tho modem world.
Thoy are wise enough to see that
to bring the empire's position into
a parity with that of other nations,
for either peace or -war, its dif
ferent parts must bo united by
railways. Therefore thoy are
vigorously casting about in
western lands for tho requisite
capital aud skill to provide this
essential desideratum. It is not
likely when ouco begun that tho
building of railways in China will
be upon a small scalo either.
Great distances havo to bo tray
orsed even to join tho principal
cities iu bonds of stool. Accord
ingly, railway construction in
China will make an immense
draft ou tho surplus labor of tho
country. At the same time thore
is. at preseut roported a rapid
expansion of manufacturing in
dustry in China. Foreign capital
ists including Japanese aro start
ing cotton factories at different
places. Labor is bound to bo
como higher priced in China, and
with its advance iu value will
come improvement in tho condi
tions of living. There might bo
stranger things happen within a
few years than a hcgira of Chin
ese from the Pacific Coast aud tho
Hawaiian Islands for their native
"flowery kingdom." At all ovonts,
it will not bo long beforo both
Chinese and Japanese labor will
como much highor to Hawaiian
planters than it loos today. And
tho timo is spoediug on, doubtless,
when westorn marts will bo flush
ed moro with tho products of
cheap Oriental labor than with
tho raw personal article.
How now ? It was fondly hoped
that tho lesson of last year should
havo led to tho provoution of re
ceiving contagious disease from
tho Orient with our oyos opon.
"What about tho wonderfully per
fect transpocifio quarantine pro
cautions that President Smith and
Physician Wood took the journey
across to effect ? Tho only Buro
proventivo is to absolutely sus
pend all steerago immigration
from tho Orient whenever conta
gious diseases aro provalont in tho
towns of that quarter.
Managor Peter Leo of tho Vol
cano Hou80 would not swap
places with President Dolo binco
tho tiring up of Halemaumau.
Tli IIciiMi of Knlnnn d-oni AlrxiiuiN
vr'm Continent ol'Oiiliu.
Thoso who havo flocked to tho
Pacific Hardwaro Company's art
gallery within tho padt few days
could not fail to have their atten
tion attracted to a large painting
crowded with Hawaiian figures in
ancient npparol and engaged in
fiorco battle. It is a cauvaB of say
sevon by five feet, and its subject,
the High Chief, at Nuuanu, 1795."
Tho artist is Mr. Lo Breton, who
has COlllO to thfi irIiithI in tlin in.
terest of an illustrated weokly.
Bolow is a synopsis of tho paint
ing: In the middle foreground stands
Kamehameha, in yellow feather
helmet and cloak, aud tho four
Kona chiofs, in similar articles of
scarlet. Kniana, lying on the
grass in tho last throos of death,
is supported by his wife, who has
followed him in battle, whilo Ka
ahumanu defends Kaiana agahiHt
Knmohameha's charges of deser
tion and troachory. Several dead
warriors lying about bolong to
Kalanikapulo's forces. Tho
wounded whito man is ono of tho
sixteen foreigners in Kamehn
meha's service. John Young,
red-shirted, with cutlass in hand,
stands in tho middle of an attack
ing band, urging his comrades to
ronowed action and victory, whilo
a cannon iu front is belching
forth death and destruction to tho
defenders of Oahu's independence.
Kamehamelm's troops nro cross
ing a mountain stream to capture
the Oahu king and chiofs, as thoy
stand trying to rally their fleeing
Tho drawing of tho figures and
mountain scenery is excellent, but
tho execution of tho finor details
is a trifle coarse, being rathor
oriontnl in impression. It is a
picture, however, that jtells its
famous story well.
Now I.iim nulla.
A suit of ejectment has boon
filed by Nakahili w., G. K. Ko
poikai, A. N. Kopoikai, Mrs. Aluli
and John T. Aluli against tho
Hilo Sugar Company, for cortain
lands occupied by that corpora
tion. H. Ii has brought suit for $1000
damages against Jonathan Shaw,
tax collector, for false imprison
ment for personal taxos of 1895.
Tho two volcanoes in Iceland
aro advertised for sale in a Co
penhagen paper. Tho price asked
is about 150.
Attention, Company G-.
HKAi(ji7.inTF.it.s Company G., N. O. n
Honolulu, July 10, 1800. J
GEVEItY MEXiniUt OP TI11S COM
puny Ih heroby ordered to unpenr
nt the Drill Shed THIS (Wednesday)
EVENING, July 15, 1800. at 7:30
o'clock, for Drill.
JOHN M. KEA,
353-It Cnptnin Couiinaudtng.
rilirinrT ATV ItnUVilmilM'n nKannnA Aft.
jjwiiiu will lmve olmrgtt of my bookt) nnd
ntioml to all colluolitmn. IIu can bo found
uitlitirtit Mr. Duurdimm'n oflice nPOgurn fc
Co.'h or nt nty offlco.
105-tf Dlt. HElUiEllT.
taKon trom tho "(Jonquest of
Oahu"in Alexander's History of
Hawaii, id ''Tim Dnnfli of TCnmtm
and Cream Separators.
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
lor 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
nymber of creameries in differ
ent portions of the East, and
more particularly in the Elgin,
II!., 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 exr
tremely easy of operation bv
reason of its new method oT
obtaining motion as to bfc
designed mainly for use by
women and children, and 15
absolutely thorough in its
effectiveness. It need simply
be said that it fulfills every
requirement of its purpose.
Hawaiian Hardware Co.
Opposito Spreckols' Bank,
NO. 307 FORT STREET.'
j Tho Bulletin very kindly
1 noticed our now department
ijiiiv oi .
in its columns of last week,
and already tho number o
orders for this kind of work,
convinces us that thore has
boon pressing need for such
work in this city.
Without making theslightost
brag on tho kind of work our
engraver is able to do, we feel
so cortain that wo can please
tho over particular that thero
will bo no longer nny oxcuse
for sending away for your
cards, or for any of tho finer
embossing work, which you
havo bpoii compelled to do up
to tho present moment.
Will bo found to bo
Our stationery the latest and
finest in use. Wo will keep
posted on every now wrinkle
in tho work nnd you can rest
assured that any work turned
out by us will bo correct and
tho kind you won't bo ashamed
Will you keep this work at
homo by placing your orders
with us? You save tho exponso
of mailing, to say nothing of
tho long wait, so let us do your
137" My Hnck does not tip in this man.
ner, no matter how weighty the load.
Hack No. 14
VST TELEPHONE 17Gsfl
Stnad: Hathnl nnd Kin streets.
Notico is hereby given that tho
undersigned luivi on tho 25th day
of June, A. D. 189(5, purchased
from Messrs. Wong Ohong and
Ng Gang, Assignees of the estate
of Ting SangWoi Co., a bank
rupt of Wailun, Island of Kauai,
H. I., all leases, buildings, horses,
oxen, pigs, fowls, tools, imple
ments and everything connected
with tho abovo named Ting dang
Wai Co. Rico Plantation.
Dated at Honolulu, Juno 24th.
CHEONG HUNG WAI CO.
IN THE CIUOUIT COURT OK THE
I Fiist Circuit, Huwailan Inlands. Iu tho
mutter of the Bankruptcy of Neo Lee, do
ing husineHS iu HonMuln aud Lnhainn.
Cieditors of tho said Uunkrupt nro hereby
notilied to ooiao in and prove their debts
beforo tho Clerk of the Cirouit Court of tho
1st Circuit, ut tho Court House, in Hono
lulu, ou MONDAY, tho 20th day of July,
189(1, between tho hours of lo o'clock in
tho forenoon and noou of tho said day, nnd
elect an Assigueo of tho said Bankrupt's
By the Court:
MR. C. HENRY WHITE
Prepare Teachers for tho .Next"
tff Apply nt Eaglo House. 353-lm
A man. who had something to soil and who by honest
representation lost tho sale, would, according to the' deplorable
standard of today, lack an essential in tho make-up of a sales
There is but ono sure way to guard' against misrepresen
tation in business: it is to supply an-article of such- merit that;
its superior qualities leave nothing to bo desired. Tho truth
moro adequately describes such an article than a lie- could
To put iufcrior goods into the hands of a salesman whoso
living is contingent on their sale, is to load that man into
temptation. Thero is but one way to stop tho sale of liquor
and inferior merchandise, and that is to abolish their manu
facture Tho manufacturer of a Shoe who does not put his name
on it, thus guaranteeing it, can't sell Shoes' to
The Manufacturers' Shoe Go,,
Big1 Shoe Store. CJ1C5 Foit Sti-eet.
feW Jfovhdlz in Our
White Linen Table Damask, good quality.
"White Linen Table Covers with Napkins to match.
White Linen Bed Sheeting, 90 inch, at $1.50"per yarefc.
White Linen for Pillow Cases 45 inch, GOc per yard.
Fine White Linen, 36 inch, 60c per yard.
Red Table Damask, 60c and 70c per yard. '
White Damask Table Covers with Rod Borders, $1.50
and $1.75 a piece.
White Damask Doilies, $1.50 a dozen.
White Damask Doilies with Red Border 75c and $1.25 a
B. F. Ehlers & Co., Fort Street
Castle & Cooke
Put a ring around tho word
opportunity tho occasion
makes it. Never in tho his--tory
of mercantile transac
tions in Honolulu havo tho
people had such a golden
opportunity to select a lamp
as to-day. A manufacturer
who had moro than' ho knew
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 style that will remain until
'New Hawaii" shall become
old. Being sombro in color
they furnish with any decora
tions you may havo in your
room and any color shndo that
suits your fancy will look
woll on the lamp.
Eor a dinner table nothing
furnishes tho table better than
black banquet lamps. Wo havo
them, not cumbersome, but of
a height that will beautify
rather than detract from the
other features. We havo piano
lamps, hall lamps, boudoir
lamps aud every other character
of hmp 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 and TYPEWRITER
Orncu: 203 Merchnut Rtreot, Campbell
Block rear of J. O. Caiter'n ofllcel. p. 0.
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