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Honiara "i wiwi -)iii(iicv -, ' ,--,--j
ing wtr rt arc hereby notified that the
norm for irrigation purposes nrc inmi u iu
o'dfoole A. t. and to 0 o'clock v. m.
Supertntcmtent llonolnlu Water Work.
.1. A. Kiso,
Minister of the Interior.
Honolulu, July 10, IsuO. VM-Un
Sr;? Eue?iQ Bulletin,
DANIEL LOGAN, Editor.
"WEDNESDAY, JULY 29, 1896.
Ouv morning contemporary ia
astray ia its sweeping imputation
of 'heartlessncss to American
liowspipor publishers. Thoionro
-voterau writers in the States
vfhnaa tlasliitfn yours nro made
comfortnblo by pensions settled
on thorn by appreciative owners
tfliom th.y bad borved. Thoy
need only contribute to tboir
benefactors' paper when thoy,
eol so inclined. Newspaper pio
Icietors liko tho Into George W,
Ghilds have lived and wo boliove
am living, who:jnlnablorpcords of
Icatjii ny wilnj,WAys bo. nn
eT. 1 i ? t b.ig' i 'd chnrbp of
XTOhftpf.liaftv&'in'ttiB guild.- t
Jffer i, v-rw "l
In- ynr win Aifttie cholera hnvo
b J k' i '." ' ' i't' ' M U-
us of eminent scientific opinions
b$14u AiiwtcHit iiurope. In
looking back at that dread beason,
it uiUHt bo regarded n fortunate
tluktr the pli'bioi.111 w' ' was called
to tho first patient ontsido of tho
quarantine station Dr. Murray
had seou casf s of cholera boforo
nnd wua therefore, in a position lo
giro pojitivo and timely warning
ot Ihoroscnce of the unwolcomo
Whon a newspaper interferes
iu competitions for Government
contracts before they nro awarded
it goes too far. Tf a nowspapor
thinks that the officials having tho
responsibility of deciding such
aintters nro not com potent for
that service, it should come out'
iStniigbtforwardly and sny so.
Two of our contemporaries aro
squabbling over the question of
whether the articles iu a third aro
seditious. In the meantime tho
opiuions of tho third on its two
&dif-appointed judges innko much
more interesting reading than
thoir laborious vaporing nbout
An interesting decision bearing
on tho limitations of private com
binations for mutual prolit is re
It's bullion to buttons that tho
Populists have tumbled aud fallou
into lino behind silvor-tongued
I'ollco 'nrl Iiuiiin.
In Judge Wilcox's court this
aooMiinj5 0. B. Mangos, tho young
wan who to k a royc oin from a
passungor on the Wnrrimoo to
ibuy some ntp- and failed to re
turn ths ch i 'go tbangod his plea
of not guilty t.) ono of gnilty.
Sentence w fiupeuied at the
roqu3t,af the Mnrsbal.
A Japanese who imbibed enffi
ciontsnke lnat night to make him
hilarious paid the nsuml ponnlty
iii arfh cusms nmdf ni.l provided,
to jrit: 2 and ooata with a head
ache thrown in.
K.ihale, a female .ho created a
disturbance and uas consequently
locked np, was reprimanded by
tho Court nnd dis hnvgod.
Mainao, for solliug liquor with-
out a license, pleaded not gnilty
and had his trial fixed for August
Tho trial of Yong Yoo aud Ton
Tak for burglary was Set for Aug
. list 3d.
if-1 'iIlT I ifflifT'!
Asi: or Ai.i.i:a:n nusiunoN.
One or tho nimij 1'ocHllttr OMie Wlill
Coiiip Itrforo n IHiixIMrnli'.
In tho District Court yesterday
afternoon J udgo "Wilcox was honr
iug tho caso of Fnjiwara vs. Noio,
for deseition, in which a peculiar
state of affairs was dovolopcd.
More than sovon years ago
Eujiwara was a farmer in Japan
nnd married Noio, tho girl of his
choice, nnd in duo courso of timo
a sou aud heir was born. Aftor
a couple of years tfujiwara
thought ho had had enough of
wedded hnppiness, and made up
his mind to como to tho promised
land of Hawaii. Ho told his wifo
of his decision to separate from
hor and in nccordanco with tho
law in Japan went b"foro a pro
per oflicor and sinned a contract
of sopaiation boforo witnesses
and told his wifo to go homo to
her folks, which sho did.
This was live years ago, but
about ten days sinco Fujiwara
unexpectedly inot his former wito
on tho street, and ho. assorts thnt
nil his former loe for her return
ed to Ill's bosom or tho
place whoro lovo is supposed
to reside and ho determined Rho
should bo his once more. Ho
traced her out ind with a couple
of friends went nftor her. But
sho was living with another man,
who refused to let hqr. even see
her former husband nnd threat
ened to kill him on sight if he
came " round the much any more.
t fujiwara .then hadhe wniinu.
nrrobted'fnr Jiie-i iti ,u ()n . tin
trial (lie nbov fncts wen1 b'-o'u 'hi
foith together with lh6 H'Uitioual
his wifo during his stay here ow
cnt lies' "any mouey and
w;ould not have .thought anytjiing'
more ri'ioat lu-i ' hr hn 1 nf u(ii
heron thostrettni 11 lidialu.
Jmlgo Wilcox di'cil( I that tho
Japanese divoue was g8Cc7and
that if it was not tho woman was
certainly not guilty of deserting
hor hiishiud. Tho complaining
witness dillers with tho Jmlgo on
his construction of the law and
tho evidence nnd will npppal
to the higher court. Uo ia $3.50
out of pocket for costs as far as ho
Auction b'ulcs by Jus. F. Morgan.
TO-NIGHT, July 29,
AT 7 O'CLOCK P. M.,
At tho "Waverly Builcling,"
I will sell ut Publlo Aucliou for iiccount ot
whom it limy unucom:
DaiiinKoil ly firo niut wuler nt tho ht jio ot
11. F. lihlcw it C.i., Honolulu.
JAS. F. MORGAN,
Attention, Company G-.
AUMOUV TOMI-VVV O, X. O. II.,
Hosoii'LiT, Tuly 20, 1890
tvnnv Jiuiiuu: uv tuij coit-
puny is lieroby ordorod to ronort
nt the DiillSliu.1, THIS (Woauoacky)
ijVBMiM. Jiuy zu, low. nt 7:0
BVENINO, July 20, 1S00. nt
o'clool;, for Drill,
(I 11 f I 11 ULVittr!
Tw Ab'a Bolied and Imlugtrtoua
&SJ App'y nl P. Molnerny' Pndy
Stoie, Tort etreet. 7-!t
v i " '"h'l"" ' "
PtmiVa 511 AB8BNGR TOOil THE
Ilnwuiiau I-daiiJs, my bio)ir C'hnua Vee
will liiiinngo my two nkiro U04-U00 Nun
mm htrcot known n You Clnin, uud 330
'!.'!2 Niluiinn Htieet known ii.i O. Afut,
nmlcr full jiowei of nttornoy.
Honolulu, July 27, 1800.
AS HALEMAN1 Oil TIIAVnU.ER UY
innii cxiioriencoil iu Island trnda. 1' O Unx
B VISAING BULUET1N, JULY 29, 185)6,
MMwannW " fa-.. w
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.
Wc have lately been ap
pointed sole agents for Barber's-
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 5
degrees, only requiring' the
running of the machine from
four to six hours per day,
which is the usual time that
tne oilier nncninervv. liv-a1-
creamery istfp2rated. '
In addition to creameries,
fprA yse in produce houses,
r-.it market", hotel ., clrb
houses, etc. Their perfect woi k
lu: teeii dcjiioniniated fully
in-thepast 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
pMely revr V: i'-,vl :;one;al
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 conier '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
i.o iiptly given it, the "ilum-ming-BirJ."
It is very small,
very compact, extremely sim
ple, easily understood and
cared for, afe a, id durable, ll
possesses every advantage to
be found in any of the larger
"Alpha" machines, is 50 ex
tremely casy ot nreiaiion bv
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 Spreokols' Bank,
NO. 307 FORT STREET.
U' vM-B-d-w- Oh' JWte-
Tho Uult.etin very kindly
noticed our now departmout
in its columus of. hint woek,
and nlrcndy tho number of
orders for this kind of work,
convinced ns that there has
been pressing need for such
work in this city.
"Without making thoalichtost
brng on tho hind of woik onr
engraver is able to do, we fool
so cortnin that wo can please
tho over particular that there
will bo no longer any oxcubo
for Bonding away for your
cards, or for any of the liner
embossing work, which you
havo been compollod to do up
to tho present inoinont.
Our Prices" '
Will bo fonncl tolbo' '
Our stationery tho latest and
Gnost in use. "Wo will keep
posted on ovary now wrinkle
in the ork nnib-yqu ..cnn,ro3t
nHsured that any work turned
ut bv n v.'M ''" r)orrp"t nnd
th kind oii won't b ashamed
Will you keep this work at
hoirio by placing' your ordors
with us? You snvo tho oxpeneo
of mailing, to say nothing of
tho long wait, so let us do your
H. F. Wicliman
6 Years' Lease of
Emmes' Wharf . ,
rn? FEET OP WATER
S35SH FRONT .-vGE . . .
100 Tout of Wntur Tiontnyo.
THIS IS A GREAT BARGAIN
Purchasers of llila property can cot back
tliulr money In n ulinrt tlmo by extending tho
warcuoiiso accommodations. Apply lo
Tclepliouo 310. SKH-lw
Sf. J .
I tako pleasure in announc
ing to von that I have remov
ed to mv lu-w qu'irters at NOi
318 FOUT blilKKT and am
proparcd to exoouto all ordois
portnining to my business.
Jowolry Hopairina, Watch
Repairing, Fine Engraving,
etc.. etc. I hao a handsome
stook of .itcheB and Jewel
ry to show you including a
largo variety of valuablo Isl
and OurioR. Your pntronngo
is rofapoctfully solicited.
NOTARY PUBLIC and TYPEWRITER
OrriCKi 208 Morchnnt utreot, Campljell
Illool: roar of J. O. Ourtoi's oulco, P. O.
' ft if
nr. -temiimi mvif ifMiMmmtm
Are WeSI Fixed.
giWo refer of courso to Footwear, particularly nil tlio now shades
in colors for Lndies and Gentlemen..
If You Need Fixing .s&e
Come in and See XJs.
"THIS tilT 'EM'PLENTr." LAST MONTH:
The Manufacturers' Shoe Go,(,-
hito. )jiTiu Tabic Dairmsk, ijood qualifcv.
' Wlyto'J4inn T.-tbleCovers with Nupkisin uiatcht
WlHfeJiiiuiU4J.flfrSheotiiigfJ10,J , itybr aj i'0 tporard.
Yhito Linen nv Killpw Cases Jf)Mnol,nGOo.pcr yard.'
i flMHific Vniit.Tiyaqi6,J8G inch, GOn per-yard.
TTnTl T ,1il,. T.i iiinftlc . r(Ynnncl 70W iVlt''vovH?- ' ' '
White JDif.tlffeIcTable Covb? c'UpeVi'o'b
Iliul?' 75 T lV'TO.
T1 i- I ..!. !-.., ll..- Ol
Line of .
Castle k Cooke
liat' J 'ir aiv J-IMIU-B, ri..f a u'jt;ii,
Wli'tf lJni.'-lv J)ojicb with Knd Border 75c nnd 01.25 a
B. g,' EM'Qr '& CoM Fort Street
' ' - - ' "'
4jMft"fW " -wi-tel
1,9 tit l1oi-t'tsti,k-L.
Kl .. A......
This is liofc weather, food
spoiling weather, unless the
proper attention is given to re
frigerator suggestions. There's
all sorts of devices for kcopino
food fresh, good, bad or indiff
erent. Sotno of tho named re
frigerators are no better than
dry goods boxes; the lining is
not right and tho system
ot draii'rhr, nnJ mr r-ivMl.,:,-,.,
In the United States there
were complaints onanist tlm
Gurney, complaints wo had
not Heard ot hero. When we
were at tho Coast a few weeks
ago, wo took tho trouble to
investigate and learned that
the objections were all right,
but thoy were against the Gur
ney Challenge jefrigerator and
not tho Uurnoy Cleanablo.
Wo sell tho Cleanablc; were
appointed solo agents for tho
Hawaiian Islands and wo
don't sell any other. Tho
Lruniey Cleanablo is lined
with mineral wool, tho irreat-
ost non-conductor known to
science; tho Gurney Chal
fcugo u l,uod With charuu.il
and is a cheap combination
that is uusorvicoble.
Foods ai-o easily kept s-vo. t
und appetizing with a right
rofrigerator to help. Your
summon health is easier kept
than regained. There aro
uiany refrigerators, some ex
cellent ones, but none equal tho
Gurney Cloauable. Profits aro
forgotten when wo sell them.
Von Holt Building.
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