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EVENING BULLETIN, JULY I&, 18UB,
Holders ot water privileges, or those pay
lag water ratw are licrt-liy nutlHcil that ttio
limiiM fur IrrUitlon imriocs nro from 0 to 8
o'clock a. m. anil 1 to 0 o'clock v. m.
Superintendent Honolulu Water Work.
J. A. Kino,
MlnUtCr of the interior.
Honolulu, July 10, lS'JO. 330-lm
5 Eueiii7 Bulletin
DANIEL LOGAN, Editor.
SATURDAY, JULY 18, 189G.
HOW WAS IT ?
lu the wrnnglo betweou the Ad
vortiser unci the Star over Cnptniu
Good's rasp, tho Star to knock
down the antagonist gave n some
wlmt specific Btntomout of tho
character o sotno of the specifica
tions nttnclied to tho charges. Tho
authorities lnul refused to divulgo
tho txt or the uuturo of tho docu
uiotits to the newspaper fraternity,
and it looked odd to see the Star's
statement as if written by one
who had been shown tho papers.
If the Star got tho information
through leaky officials having to
do with tho trial, it cannot bo
blamed for making use of it to
natt) tho public's thirst for news.
But if our contemporary gained its
advantage through its woll-known
relationship to tho fiold staff of
the army, the publication was an
unfair ono as regards tho other
newspapers iiud a breach of con
Jiduni'e toward tho military au
thorities. An explanation would
bo in order, in justice to all con
cerned. According to "Oath," Mr.
Bryun, the Democratic uomiuco,
"h a clear, temperate, respectable
person, a representative of tho
immature - minded Northwest.
Again he i- spokou of us a child
who had jumped upon tho ros
trum and, by his spasmodic ofTort,
had taken away tho brains of tho
descendant of Jelferson and
Madison. When all is said, how
ever, Bryan was not nominated
by an elaborate aud costly ma
chine, constructed months in ad
vance, as the case was of Mc
Kiuloy. Next year Professor H. Bergor
will have completed a quarter of a
century as bandmaster for the
Government of Hawaii. On tho
twentieth anniversary of tho
veteran bandmaster's incumbency
ho was treated with a rousing
complimentary concert in tho
Opera House. It will soon bo
timo for his friends to preparo an
event for recognizing Profossor
Borgor s silver anniversary.
Thoro is no moro Doraocratic
pirty that Cleveland led. Its
successor, or may bo only rival,
inherits the tariff for revenue poli
cy, and that is all.
"Without a freo silver Congress,
a freo silver President would be
only a chip in tho porridge.
There seems to be somo blight
affecting tho bloom of tho beauti
ful Punciana Regia this season,
ior of all the trees in tho city but
fow have blossoms enough to at
tract attention. Tho ono on Hotel
street next to tho Arlington is a
notable exception, and in con
sequence is a source of wonder
nud delight to visitors who havo
nover bpforo f-eon this tree in
bloom. King Bros, havo made
several excellent hkotohos in oil
ami water colors of this subject,
which are meeting with nmly
City Carriage Co.. J. S. And.
rado, manager. Il you want a
hack with good horse and care
ful driver ring up i'olopliono 113,
corner nf Fojt owl Merchant
Streets Maok at ill hours.
I, TEST I'Oltr.MlN NEWS.
Continued from 1st Payc.
ponding with desultory firing. For
halt an hour thoro was groat ex
citement. Tho insurgents finally
retreated, carrying thoir wounded
with thorn. The attacking parties
displayed poor marksmanship, as
they neither killed nor wounded
any mombor of tho garriBous in
tho outposts defending tho city.
From Pinar del Rio, Goneral
Bernal oilicially roports having
BUBtaincd for two and one-half
hours a combat with various in
surgont bands intrenched in
stiong positions. In viowo thoir
tenacious resistance against re
peated Spanish charges, Bornal
personally led tho last and suc
cessful charge, tho artillery co
operating with good effect.
The rebel camps at Basnoy and
Blanco wero taken by storm and a
great quantity of munitions cap
tured. Bornal had only (!00 men.
Ho calculated that tho insurgonts
numbered upward of KiOO and
wore commanded by Ramon Lnzo.
It is reported thut the hitter was
seriously wounded in tho light.
Tho Spanish loss is given at
oloveu. Tho rebels, in thoir flight,
loft thiity-ouo dead on tho fiold.
Peasant families in the vicinity
say thoy carried away many
uooi(i:i to i,i:avs:.
Lint or People Who Will Tnkr the
Aiiotrnllx mi liii'Mtiiy.
Tho following passengers are
books to leave on tho Australia:
E L Boeder, Brothers Josoph,
Albert and Edward, Mrs L Kess
lor, Frod Horner and wife, A L
Taylor, Mrs Shortridgo, Miss
Mario Swingloy, Mrs M S Dumas,
Mrs J 0 McStay, Mrs Kcech and
two children, tho Misses Scott,
Miss Jewell, J S McCandloss, L
L McCaudless, Mrs Sehank n:d
two children, Miss Shortridgo,
Theo Richards and wifo, Miss
Atherton, Miss Annio Dnhl, T J
Birch, Dr Anderson and wife, D
E Bortreo, C E Rice, .Miss A M
Paris, Miss M E Bortreo, Mrs
Usner, Miss Fitzgerald, Mm E J
Dully, Mrs A Kingsfoid, E 0
White, wife and two children,
Aug Fries, II Polilmann, Mrs E
Curtis, Miss S Carter, Miss F L
Guenthor, Miss L Golstoin, It 1
Lillie and wife, 0 Macdonald,
Major Z K Pangborn and wife,
Mrs J L Mauror, Mrs H Morri
son, J U Suydam, 0 II Suydam,
Captain "V B Godfrey, wife and
five children, Mr and Mrs P A
Williams and E D Tonnoy.
When you aro down on your
luck nud feel as if the world was
cold, hard and dreary, just stop
into the Criterion saloon and put a
rose-colored tint on everything by
imbibing a glass of Seattle
Arrived per 8. S. "Australia."
NOW ON SALE AT THAT
EMPORIUM OF FASHION
tatf Qoods! jtaaQoods!
X3f Corno early and get your cliolcc.
KWONG SING LOY,
407-0 King St., near CaMIe it Cooko.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
I Pint Circuit, Hawaiiitu Islands. In tho
matter of the Bankruptcy of, Noo-Xee, do
ing business in Horn. lulu and Lahaina.
Creditors of the said Bankrupt nro heioby
notified to come in nud prove their dobU
before tho Clerk of the Circuit Court of the
1st Circuit, at the Court House, in Hono
lulu, on MONDAY, tho 20th day of July,
lS'JO, between tho hours of lo o'olook in
the forenoon and noon of tho bhl day, nnd
elect au Asiigueo of tho s dd ISunkrupt't)
Ily the Courts
THE ANNUAL MEETING OF THE
Olowulu Sugar Company will ho held at
tho Othco of Messrs. W. O. Irwin ,t Co.,
LM, on MONDAY, July 20. 1890, (it 10
o'clook n. in. O. ISDJtaE,
335-3t Secretary 0. 8. Co.
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 ?0
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 $15.00
The De Laval Cream
Separators are now in al
most universal creamery ol
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 of its purpose.
Hawaiian Hardware Co.
Opposite Sprookols' Bank,
NO. 307 PORT STREET.
TJio bulletin very Kinuiy
noticed oar now department
in its columns of Inst week,
nud nlrendy the number o
orders for this kind of work,
convinces us that thore lin.8
boon pressing need for such
work in this city.
Without mnkinR tho slightest
lira ft nn tlin kind of WOlk OUT
engraver is iiblo to do, we feel !
so cortuiu mat wo can piuiihu
tho over particular that thoro
will bo no longor any excuse
for sondiug away for your
cards, or for tiny of tho liner
embossing work, which you
have boon compelled to do up
to the present moment.
Will be found to bo
Our stationery tho latest and
finest in use. Wo will keep,
posted on every now wrinlile
in tho work aud you enn rest
assured that any work turned
out by us will bo correct and
tho kind you won't bo ashamed
Will vou keen this work at
homo by placing your ordors
with lis? You save the expense
of mailing, to say nothing of
the long wait, so let us do your
CO te iua 'l ()
! W 4$ Hf J
PER S. S. "AUSTRALIA."
H. J. Nolt9, Proprietor.
12?" My Hack does not tip in this man
ner, uo matter bow weighty the load.
Hack No. 14
JES" TELEPHONE 17(fl
Staadt Untln-1 aud King steotn.
Election of Offbers.
At the Animal MevthiR ( the Stock
holders of Wm. G. Irwin fcCo., L'd, held
it its Office on Wednesday, mly 15, 189(1,
tho following gentlemen t)eio elected to
kctvo as Officers during tkreuMiiiig year,
l'residunt and Manager
Vm. G. Irwin,
Vico-1'rcBiilent Onus Bpiecltols,
Secretary uud Treasure.
.W. M. Giffard,
II. 31. WHTNKY.Jr..
Acting Fecietnry WjO. I. ,te Co., L'd.
ItS.- V. A, tt A 33
A man who had something to soil and who by honest .
representation lost tho sale, would, oocording to the deplorable
standard of today, lack an essential in the make-up of a sales
man. There iabut one sure way to guard' against misrqpresen- -tation
in business: it is to supplyan' 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 inferior goods into tho hands, of a salesman whose.
living is contingent on their sale, is to lead that man into
temptation. Thero is but one way to stop tho sale of liquor r
and inferior merchandise, nnd that-is to abolish their manu
facture. The manufacturer of a Shoo who does not put his name
on it, thus guaranteeing it, can't' sell Shoes to
The Manufactured Shoe Co.,,
Bigf Shoe Stove. 51G Xoi't Stroot.
ifeif Arrivals ii Oup
White Linen Table Damask, good quality.
White Linon Table Covors- with Napkins to match.
White Linen Bed Sheeting, DO inch, at $1.50 per yarda
White Linen for Pillow Cases. 45 inch, 60c per yard..
Fine White Linen, 3G inch, 60c per yard.
Red Table Damask, 00c and 70c per yard.
White Damask Table Covors 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-at
B. F. Ehlers & Co., Port Street,
Castle & Cooke
Linen Department fc!
Put a ring around tho word'
opportunity tho occasion
makes it. Never in tho his
tory of mercantile transac
tions in Honolulu havo the
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, moro than he
had space to put them,, wrote
us of his troubles. We had
none of our own so we
listened to him. Our stock of
lamps is the result of his talo
of woo and you get tke benefit.
A black lamp that will cive
a bright light isnot a fad, but
a style that will remain until
"New Hawaii" shall become
old. Being sombre in color
they furnish with any decora
tions you may have in your
room and any color shade that
suits your fancy will look
well on tho lamp.
Por a dinner table nothing
furnishes tho table better than
black banquet lamps. Wo havo
them, not cumborsomo, 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 lump that over was made.
The prices aro so low that
it would injure our business
to put them in this column.
Von Holt Building.
MARY PUBLIC and TYPEWRITER
I Ofi-ick: 203 Merchant street, Campbell
I llloclt fiear of J. O. Cuitei's office. P. O