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EVENING BULLETIN, JULY 25, 185)0.
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Will bo received nt Iho Office of the Minis
ter of tho Interior till TUU113DAY, An
glint 13th, 1890, nt 12 o'clock noon, for
tho construction of ii road uloug tho beach
at Kailun, North Konn, Hawaii.
Plans and Specifioatlous can be Been nt
tho Office of tho Superintendent of l'ublio
Works, aUo nt tho Ofllco of Win. G. Wait,
Chairman of tho North Kona Ro.ul Board.
The Minister does not bind himself to
accopt tho lowest or nny bid.
J. A. KING,
Minister of tho Interior.
Interior Office, July 23rd, 1890. S02-.1t
Holders nf water privilege, or those pay
ing water role nre liiTCby notlllcil that the
lioura for Irrigation purpose aro from 0 to 8
o'clock A. M. ainl I to 0 o'clock l M.
Gupcrlntcr.Juut HoimhiHi Water Work.
J. A. Kino,
MtnWtcr of the Interior.
Ilonol-ilu July Irt, 110. nofi-lm
G'Q'l Eier;i Bulletin
DANIEL LOGAN, Editor.
SATURDAY, JULY 25, 189G.
Moro toleration o logitimnto
nnil strictly loyal criticism, n long
timo ngo, would huvo sooner
ofTected concili ition of dissidonts
th'iu tlie fii'rco resouttuont, for
solftsh purposes, which wns dis
played toward such criticism.
Contemporaries that are now fit
fully jabbing back at tho "irre
concilable.," and expressing gra
tification perhaps only foigued
over the udhosion oE somo former
opponents of tho new ordor, did
thoir level best to provent recon
ciliation. They did it by indica
ting as "rascals," to bo turned out
of oflbe, young Hawaiians who
woro a credit to tho public service
and to their nationality. They
did it by shouting "rebel" and
"royalist" at everyone who had
the tnmority to question tho per
fect wisdom of any act of the ad
ministration. They did it by re
fusing to ncknowledgo good faith
in those who, when tho United
States Government changed its
base by recognizing tho Rprmblic
of Hawaii, gavo in thoir
support to the constitution of
the republic. Thoy did it
all along until lately by propagat
ing falso and fraudulent, roasons
for tho overthrow of the
monarchy, in addition to thoso
reasons tlmt woro from tho first
acknowledged by a largo propor
tion of tho royalists to havo been
provocation for at least severe ro
buko, while holding that tho
change brought about was ill-considered,
too violent, and liable to
produce futuro disaster. A groat
many peoplo who had no super
stitious rovoreuco for royalty as
such although believing that tho
best form of government for Ha
waii was that which a majority of
its poople were most used to and
best liked disapproved of soma
of the doings and details of
policy of tho Provisional Govern
ment, as well ns, later, of tho
Government of tho Hopublic.
"Whenever such independent
spirits oponod their raoutliB or
showed thoir feelings thoy woro
basely attacked as "royalists" and
subjected to boycotting, yot thoro
were nouo moro prompt than
scored of this olass to spring to
the defense of law and ordor in
1895 when an attempt was mado
to overthrow tho Government by
The foregoing was written for
yesterday's issue, but the printer
was allowed to lift its type out of
tho form, to niako room for a late
rush of uews and advertisements.
"What is said is more (linn justi
fied by tho impotent gnashing of
tooth at this paper iu yesterday's
Star. One hue not to go fnr back,
on this occasion, to discover tho
motivo of tho Star's little explosion
of ugly temper. That paper has
a habit, peculiar to tho Ealonswill
Gazotto clasB of journals, of
breaking out with spluttors of
mud at everybody who says "boo"
to its nonsoiiBo or "scat" to its
coutemptiblo impudence. To Ihis
latest ebullition tho Star was
excited by two causes arising
lately. Doubtless under a pres
sure that was dangorous to its
limited capacity, it had for moro
than a week been nursing .its
wrath to koop it warm, in tho hope
probably that a littlo timo would
conceal its motive. A second shot
below tho wator line, however,
struck its magazine and tho ex
plosion was inevitable. It will bo
romembored, by tho diminishing
fow reliders of that bushwhacking
sheet, that tho Star, ton or
twelve days ago, made itself
tho mouthpiece of a covert
attack on the Govurnmont,
upon tho matter of oinploy
iiioiit fur iiiotiiliors of tho National
Guard on public works. It even
went so far as to print a letter,
pointed with a suonking threat of
sedition, ovor an anonymous
siguatuio. Tho Bulletin went
to headquarters and published
facts thoro gained which showed
that tho Star's underhanded
attack on tho Government, ovor
the shouldors of tho volunteer
soldiery, was grounded upon a
pack of Iies.Tho Star was silent ,
no doubt sorely silent, over tho
exposure, but with foxy craftiness
bided its timo for rovongo.
When, however, the Bulletin
was impolled to puncture the
boasting of tho Star to leadership
in the purveying of news, by ex
posing somo of its littlo "tricks"
not "of tho trade," its fury became
incontinont. Honco tho out
burst of yesterday's stellar ap
parition. Tho Bulletin has no
shovel in stock with which to
reply to tho Star's mucky delivery.
Its only answer to these periodical
ravings is to givo tho patient
homeopathic treatment cultivat
ing its jealousy down to an in
nocuous typo of tho disease by re
ferring it to tho constantly in
creasing favor with which tho
Bulletin is regarded by tho com
munity in general, both as a
newspaper and a trustworthy
vohiclo of public opinion.
With consequential blandness
and in its most dreary nnd defec
tive diction, tho Advertiser en
dorses tho Star's fanfarouado so
far as that refers to other papers
than its, tho Advertiser's, self,
but in tho samo breath al
most reads tho pretentious and
humbugging evening print, of
its own stripo, a locturo on
its bulging' conceit. Tho fact
is that both these self-constituted
oracles, who protend to bo
divinely appointed bulwarks of
good government, aro suffering
internal pain from tho exhibition
of impotoncy they mado during
tho late session of tho Leg
islature, in thoir frantic efforts to
lead publio opinion and to in
fluence legislation. It was tho
rule with fow exceptions that tho
measures either of thoso papers
made particular oxerlionB t6 pro
mote were thoso most surely fated
to bo squelched. Even tho Inde
pendent, with its flat-footed but
sometimes inconsidoralo discon
tent, had more powor to its elbow
Bhown by its results than oither
of the two journals that plumed
themselves upon boing tho touch
stones of profound statesmanship.
'Hint hUIier'n (ironl,
Editou Bulletin: With ref
erence to the rowl of tho captain
of tho Jessio Osborne in tho Ad
vertiser, and tho hoap of tulk
about it in that paper, lot mo
throw in a word of truth. Ballast
was novor sold 20(10 lb. to the ton.
I have weighod lots at 22J.0 lb.
Honolulu, July 25, 1890.
' 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 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,
III., 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 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 of its purpose.
Hawaiian .Hardware Co.
Opposite Spreckols' Bank,
2TO. 307 FORT STREET.
Tho Bulletin very kindly
S noticed our now department
a that of
in its columns of last week,
and already tho number of
orders for this kind of work,
convinces us that thoro has
boon pressing need for such
work in this city.
Without making tho slightest
brag on tho kind of work our
engraver is able to do, wo feel
so certain that wo cuu plcaso
tho ovor particular that thero
will bo no longer any oxcuso
for sending tiway for your
cards, or for any of tho finer
embossing work, which you
havo been compolled to do up
to tho presont moment.
Will bo found to be
Our stationery tho latest and
finest in use. Wo will keep
posted on every now wriuklo
in tho work and you can rest
assured that any work turned
out by us will bo correct and
tho kind you won't bo ashamed
i Will you keep this work at
jl homo by placing your orders
i with us i" You save tho expense
1 of mailing, to Bay nothing of
tho long wait, so let us do your
1 H. E. Wiclimaxi
of Hawaii tamass&ss
I take ploasuro in announc
ing to you tlmt I havo remov
ed to my new quarters at NO.
513 FORT STltEET and am
prepared to execute all orders
pertaining to my business.
Jewelry Ropairing, Watch
Repairing, Fine Engraving,
etc., otc. I havo a handsome
stock of Watches and Jewel
ry to show you including a
largo variety of valuable Isl
and Curios. Your patronage
is respectfully solicited.
-: kecs of i-
Fresh Island Butter
In Cold Storage, by
Tel. 225. 320 Fort Strcot.
I, GEORGE II. HUDDY, D. 8., HERE
by give to II. W. Knight a power of attor
ney to roeeive oil niuounta duo me.
M3t GEO. II. HUDDY, D. S.
During Mr. Uoiirdtnnn'B absence, Mr.
Swing will lmvo cliurgu of my books and
uttend to all collections. Hu can bo found
either at Mr. Donrdmnn's ofllco at Ogura k
Co.'b or at my ofllco.
335-tf DR. HERBERT.
ALL CLAIMS AGAINST THE UNDER.
Binned iu connection witti work dono by
him for Mw. Win. II. Smith nro desired to
be iirobonted on or before July 25, inst.
Honolulu, July 20, 1800. 350-lw
MARY PUBLIC and TYPEWRITER
Omcu: 208 Merchant street, Cuuniuell
Wools rear of J. O. Garter's office. I'. 0.
A man who had something to soil nnd who by Honest
representation lost tho sale, would, according to tho deplorable
standard of today, lack an essential in tho muke-upiof a sales
man. Therfi is but one suro 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 lio could
To put inferior goods into the hands of a salesman whose
living is contingent on their sale, is to load that man into
temptation. Thero is but ono way to stop tho sale of liquor',
and inferior merchandise, and that is to abolish 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 Co.,
Bigf Shoo Stove. 5KJ Port Stroot.
jtaw fopMs ii 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 yard.
White Linen for Pillow Cases. 45 inch, GOo per yord.
Fine White Linen, 3G inch, GOc per. yard.
Red Table Damask, GOc and 70c per yard.
White Damask Table Covers with Keel Borders, 1.50
and $1.75 a piece. j
White Damask Doilies, 1.50 a dozen.
Whito Damask Doilies with lied Border 75o and 1.25 a
B. F. EMers & Co., Port Street
Castle & Cooke
Linen Department tf
This .is hot weathor, food
spoiling weathor, unless tho
proper attention is given to re
frigerator suggestions. There's
all sorts of devices for keeping
food fresh, good, bad or indiff
erent. Somo of the named re
frigerators aro no better than
dry goods boxes; tho lining is
not right nnd tho system
of draught and air circulation
In tho United States there
were complaints ugainst the
Gurney, complaints wo had
not heard of here. When wo
were at tho Coast a few weeks
ago, wo took tho trouble to
investigate and learned that
tho objections were all right,
but they were against tho Gur
ney Challenge refrigerator and
not tho Gurnoy Cleanablo.
We sell tho Cleanablo; woro
appointed solo agents for tho
Hawaiian Islands and wo
don't sell any other. Tho
Gurnoy Cleanablo is lined
with mineral wool, the great
est non-conductor known to
science; tho Gurney Chal
lenge is lined with charcoal
and is a cheap combination
that is unserviccblo.
Foods are easily kept sweet
and appetizing with a right
refrigerator to help. Your
summer health is easier kept
than regained. Thero aro
many refrigerators, some ex
cellent ones, but nono equal tho
Gurnoy Cleanablo. Profits aro
forgotten when we sell them.
Von Holt Building.