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flVmfll&Q BUJVLIWIS, JULY' 81. 1800.
ziz HA 31-
Offloa of the Board of
, M -Health.
At thgfcfttffuft of the Buntd of Health
Utikl thin .r. WtfXIAM O. f UTSti, Esq.,
Ta 4f0t.nl Pi Hdfdsnt of tlie Board of
SdqUk, rice Pr. H. ft. Fror-cnn, resigned.
"v'r lj. . f )- Reynolds,
V ' JEx&cntfvo Qffleef Hdanl of Health.
gQBoluIii'.'JnlySO. 1800. 3MM!t
' 'irrigation Notice.
JlolJeVa of water privileges, or those pay
ing water rates uric hereby untitled thnt the
Bonr for Irrigation purposes nre from 0 to S
'clocl? A. M. nnd 1 to 0 o'clock i i.
Superintendent Ilonoltilit Wnter Works.
J. A. Kino,
Mlulalcr of the interior.
Honolulu, July 10, 1890. SSO-Im
5 Eueijii)( Bulletii?,
DANIEL LOGAN, Editor.
FRIDAY, JULY 81, 1896.
THEY ARE OFF.
Our threo contemporaries
havo nil said thnt tho Department
of Education roftiBed to allow
Chinese schools in tho Chinese
language to bo opoued unless tho
pupils wero within tho yenrs of
school ago thnt is, from six to
.fifteen yours inclusive. The ex
act contrnry is tho fact. Chinoso
schools for toaohiug Chinoso to
pupils moro than fifteen years of
age may bo conducted "without
saying, "By your leave?" to the
Department of Education. All
schools for children within tho
compulsory school age raut have,
for their bnsis of instruction, tho
English language. Thus. children
attending any private school that
may not have such basis are lia
bio to be arrested by tho truant
officer, and both themselves and
Ihoir parents or guardians sub
jected to tho penalties of tho vio
lated law. This is n wholesome
provision of tho law, ensuring, ns
it docs, that tho great bulk of the
rising generation shall be, at least
rudimentarily, educated in tho
dominant lauguago of the country.
It is a measure of justico nnd
equal rights to tho children, n
protection from tho possible short
sightedness and stupidity of thoso
responsible for thoir well-being.
Ills Ctoiiraitce tittle
Iwakami, the Hotel street fan
cy goods dealer, is about to com
toouco n groat cloarauco Bale nnd
will offer his largo stock at ridi
culously low figures. Mr. Iwa
kami is tho most enterprising
Japaueso merchant in tho city.
His well selected stock indicates
judgmont and caro. For a few
days only you can purohaso of
him tho following fine lines nt
fifty per cent of ordinary prices:
Veiy bt'st silk 50 cunts, negligee
crepe shirts at 85 cents, uudor
ahirts at lfi conts, fino silk shirts,
$1.50 up. Best crepe pyjamas,
i'l upward. Kimonos 85 cents, otc.
Fred Harrison received by last
night's steamer tho nows of tho
death in Snu Francisco of his
youngest son, aged nineteen
Auffinn Siihs hy Ji's. F. Mimjan.
Auction Salts hy Jamex F. Morynn,
.On SATURDAY, August I,
AT 10 0'Ct.OOK A. 31.,
At my salesroom, Qjcou Btnct, I will
3ell nt i ubi.c aurlloii fur weonut of whniu
it tuuy coiipera
A QUANTITY OK
JAS. F. MORGAN,
5691 1 Auctloueer.
immiMJKortiK sooni son oir Tnn
K1SU or SiiCS&ASK.
lU'iniirUnlitp liutlMmliiNiii ol tlio Lon
don Inlncp Visible Kniotlon
f tlit- VncrI)lo Qnecn.
Tho following is from tho
cabled report of tho Now York
Sun's correspondent, dated Lon
don, July 22:
Tho -wedding of Princess Maud
of Wales to Priuco Charles of
Denmark has furnished another
of thoso raro occasions whon tho
masses and classos of England
can givo expression to tho extra
ordinary affection in which thoy
hold tho" royal family. Tho day
has wituosod n series of popular
demonstrations so SDontiuinnno,
so genuine nnd bo overwhelming
that tho Queen herself hns been
moved to todrs in tho presence of
thousands of her subjects by tho
public proof of their heartfelt
loyalty and devotion.
Tho significant nnd important
feature of the event wns the mil
lion or more uninvited guests who
thronged tho approaches to tho
royal ohapal, and cheered with tm
enthusiasm which was infectious
and inspiring to the bridegroom
and tho othor members of tho dis
tinguished company. It was not
supposed nt first that tho gencrnl
public would take nny great inter
est in tho marriago of two persons
who, only by remote possibility,
will ever sit on any throno.
I ho Queen herself, with her
well known dislike to display nnd
ostentation, desired to make tho
event ns much ns posuiblo a fami
ly affair. Gradually, howovor, its
scopo was enlarged, until a day or
two ugo tho prcssuro of public in -
torest induced tho introduction of
certain spectacular featuros for
tho gratification of tho popular
desires. It is not nn exaggeratipn
to say that 1,000,000 persons tried
to see and cheer tho royal bride
Nor was tho intorost confined
to tho common people. Govern
ment whips were unable to en
force tho attondauco of membors
of Parliament this afternoon, and
tho Salisbury Ministry suffered
d of oat in one section of tho Irish
land bill because their supporters,
in defiance of the whips, trooped
off to get a glimpse of the royal
Ono of tho most pleasant
features of the gathering at Buck
ingham Palace was tho impromptu
reception by tho "grand old man"
on tho terrace after tho wedding
lunch. Looking younger than
whon ho dropped tho reins of
Government moro than two years
ago, Gladstone greeted the former
associates of both parties witli tho
warmest cordiality. It was his
first semi-public appearance in
London sinco his retirement into
private life, nnd tho personnel of
the throng which surrounded tho
splendid vetoran was proof enough
that tho veneration in which ho is
hold is now national and non
partisan. Tho most toivhing incident of
tho day was after all ollioial func
tions wero finished, tho bridal
pair had gone away and most of
tho guests had doparted Tho
Queen entered her carriage to re
turn to Windsor. Sho drove to
Pnddington station through St.
J antes nnd llydo Parks. It was
a diivo of only fifteen minutes,
but it brought her experience
which will livo long oven in tlio
royal momory. Every ono who
had tried to witi f" tlio enilh-r
festivities of tlio day had waited
to see tho Queen on Iter doparturo.
They waited in their hundteds of
thousands, patient and enthusias
tic. Thoy tilled ovory inch of J
space outside the narrow path of
her carriago along tho rnilo or
moro she had passed.
'1 heir greeting to her cannot bo '
described. It wns n mighty, un- j
ceasing roar, iuarticulato, yot so
pregnant of meaning that it
dominated tho emotions aH only I
tlio voico of a vast multitude can (
do. Then was seen that "woman
liness as Queen and that quoenli
noss as woman" which have chiefly
ondeared her to her people. Sho
was plainly affected by tho popu
lar tribute from tho moment of
leaving tho palace. Tho groat
demonstration seomod to reach a
Continued on Sth Fage.
wiuoL' HiASmt ..
Democratic Party And
The singular situation of the
Democratic party at this time
is aptly illustrated by the story
of two Irishmen who occupied
berths in a sleeping car on one
of the great American railway
lines. A collision took place
in the night and confusion
ensued. Both men dressed
hastily, and when they emerged
from "behind the curtains, Pat,
recognizing his friend Alike,
said to him, "Mike, are you
hurted?" "No," said Mike,
who in his haste to dress had
gotten into his trousers with
the hind Dart before. "I am not
I hurt, but am fatally twisted."
i ne Democratic party, it is al
most needless to remark, is like
unto Mike, "fatally twisted."
Instead of being twisted in
a railway collision, however,
Democracy seems to have been
twisted by wind. Whether
some remnants of the recent
S't. Louis tornado hovered
around the Chicago convention
or whether it was simply a
tornado issuing from the mouth
of the"BoyOrator of the Platte"
certain it is that windy
eloquence carried the dav in
the Democratic convention,
and from all accounts the
campaign will have to be
carried through on wind, as the
banks refuse to. let the Demo
crats have any gold to run
II the windy eloquence of a
boy orator can force a Presi
dential nomination in favor of
an almpst unknown candidate,
what must be the power of old
Boreas himself when he turns
loose a consignment of the
real article. We have seen it in
the almost total destruction of
a portion of the city of St.
Louis and we have seen it
take a "twist" through Kapio
lani Park just to show the
people of these islands that we
are not entirely forgotten.
Wind, however, properly
regulated and controlled is not
only a good thing in the mouth
of a man like Wm. J. Bryan,
but it is a better one in the
case of the Aermotor Wind
mill, and a very little of it
will answer the purpose. The
mechanism of the Aermotor is
of Steel and it is simplicity
personified. A boy or an
ignorant Jap can run it and
keep it in order. Only a few
weeks ago we replaced a wind
mill set up in the grounds of
the Queen's Hospital, which
would not do the work re
presented, by an Aermotor.
There has been no trouble
about water since. The hospital
people are using more water
than ever before, have more to
use and yet the Aermotor only
runs a portion of the time.
For the first time in the history
of the institution, the trustees
are assured of water enough to
irrigate the entire grounds and
.the pipes will soon be laid
to do so.
But enough said! Everybody
knows the Aermotor does
exactly what it is represented
to do. To( those who have not
examined its simple construc
tion we would like to show a
small working model which
we have in operation. .
Hawaiian Hardware Co.
Opposite Sprookels' Bank,
NO. 307 FORT STREET.
.- t.- upJ'i
9 The Bulletin very kindly
I noticed oni now (topnrtuiont
I that of
in its columns of last wcok,
and nlrendy the number of
orders for this kind of work,
convinces us that there has
been pressing need for Bitch
work in this city.
"N ithout making tho slightest
brag on tlio kind of work our
engraver is nblo to do, we fool
so certain that wo can please
tho over particular that thero
will bo no longer any excuso
for sending away for your
cards, or for nny of the finer
embossing -work, which you
have been compelled to do up
to tho prosont momont.
Will bo found to bo
Our stationery tho latest nnd
finest in use. Wo -will keep
posted on every new wrinkle
in tho work and you can rest
assured that nny work turned
out by us will bo correct nnd
tho kind you won't bo nshnmed
Will "you koop this work at
homo by placing your ordors
with ub? You suvo tho oxponso
of mailing, to say nothing of
tho long wait, so let us do your
H. F. Wickmaii
If you are thinking of getting a
Bicycle, now is tho time to got
ono while they last. This offor of
Ramblers at $75.00 is not acut in
price, so don't wait oxpocting to
seo tho price como nny lower. Wo
nre offering 1895 wheels nt this
price and thore aro but a fow loft.
Chis whool is fittod with tho
GJi-cnt O. fc .T. Xive
which haB proven so satisfactory
in this land of tho
Wo also have a stock of tho 180(J
wheols both ladios and gents which
we aro offoring at a low figure aud
on easy tonus. Como in and havo
a look at our wheols and satisfy
yournolf that wouroin tlio Bioycle
A n InA'cstment
Stop aud think how ninny Niok
les and Dimes you might savp
had yon a wheel. A ride to Wni
kiki is not only a pleasure but a
Buro saving of health and strength.
You will find new vigor by theuso
of muscles novor bofqre brought
WHEELS THAT LAST AND DON'T COST YOU
" THEIR VALUE FOR REPAIRS.
E. 0. Hall & Son
"-H- -T jw irk iiw;j'jrOr,,""'r'H"
Are Well Fixed.
BST'Wo refer of course to Footwear, particularly all tlio now shadop t
in colors for Ladies and Gentlemen.
If You Need Fixing1 osssssb
..... Como in and Seo TJ.
"THIS HIT 'EM PLENTY." LAST MONTH.
The Manufacturers' Shoe Co.,
Big Shoe Store. C51G Fort Street.
jleW Arrivals 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 yard.
White Linen for Pillow Cases, 45 inch, 60c per yard.
Fine White Linen, 36 inch, 60c per yard.
Red Table Damask, 60c nnd 70c per yard.
White Damask Table Covers with .Red Borders, $1.50
and $1.75 a piece.
White Damask Doilies, $1.50 a dnzon.
White Damask Doilies with Red Border 75c and $1.25 a
B. F. Bhlers & Co., Fort Street
Castle & Cooke
m r 1
This is hot weather, food
spoiling weather, unless the '
proper attention is given to re
frigerator suggestions. There's
all sorts of devices for keeping
food fresh, good, bad or indiff
erent. Some of tho named re
frigerators aro no better- than
dry goods boxes; tho lining Is
not right and the system
of draught and air circulation
In tho United States thore
were complaints against the
Gurney, complaints wo had
not heard of hero. When wo
were at tho Coast a few Aveeks
ago, wo took tho troublo to
investigate and learned that
tho objections wero all right,
but they wero against tho Gur
ney Challenge rofrigerator and
not the Gurney Clcanable.
We soil tho Clcanable; were
appointed solo agents for the
Hawaiian Islands and wo
don't sell any othor. Tho
Gurnoy Cleannblo is lined
with mineral wool, tho great
est non-conductor known to
science; tho Gurney Chal
lenge is lined with charcoal
and id a cheap combination
that is unscrvicoblo.
Foods are easily kept sweot
and appetizing with a right
refrigerator to help. Your
summer health is easier kept
than regained. Thero aro
many refrigerators, some ex-
cellont ones. huf. nnnn nnuol v.
, .w.w v.,UUi UUU
trurnoy Uleanable, Profits aro
forgotten when wo sell them.
Von Holt Building.
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