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EVENING BULLETIN, A.tJGlUBT 12, 18J6.
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Holder of water privileges, 'r those pay
ing water rates arc hereby notified that the
hours for Irrlintlon purposes nrc from 0 to 8
o'clock A. m. and 4 to n o'clock p. M.
ANDKBW lilt OWN,
Superintendent Honolulu Water Works.
J. A. Kino,
Milliliter of the interior.
Honolulu, July 10, 181H5. aVJ-lm
S Evetyir Bulletin
DANIEL LOGAN, Editor.
WEDNESDAY, AUG. 12, 1896.
COFFEE AND LABOR.
Commissioner Mnrsilan says tbo
Advertiser lias not trontecl him
fuirly in roferenco to certain ro
innrks purported to bavo beou
made by him and printed in tbo
Hilo Tribune nnd nftorwardn mis
quoted nnd commented on by tbo
Advertiser. AVbnt Mr. Marsdon
did say wns that tbo labor of pick
iug coffee berries would have to
bo done by contrnot, not that
it would lmvo to be done by
contract labor, lie meant that
o'lildrcu, families aud labor
ore gonorally would bavo to
bo pud by tbo cofTeo plauters at
80 much per bushel, the same as
is done in picking fruit and hops
in other countries. Mr. Marsdon
wants it understood that he is op
posod to the present system of
contraot labor and wants it abo
lished jiiHt as soon as tbo way is
open tor ino piautors to ooiaiu
frco labor. For his part ho is in
favor of obtaiuing European fami
lies, but so far exporionco has
shown that the supply of that class
of labor has boon entirely too mea
gre for tbo needs of Hawaii. Ho
claims that a constant and full
supply of labor must bo had hero,
find that as long as frco labor can
not bo obtained wo muBt employ
the other kind. According to tho
Commissioner's views given to tho
Bulletin this morning, tho coffee
plantor of Hawaii today is in a
precarious condition, and unless
a plentiful supply of labor from
Bomo source is furnished him tho
industry is doomed.
Lord Wolseley, Great Britain's
'only" General, haB raised a ueBt
of hornets about his ears. He
testified beforo tho Commission
on Indian Military Expenditures
that he would not like to put tho
British Indian troops in front of
Europoau soldiers and that ho
would not liko to fight France,
Germany or any other army with
Indian troops. As a sample of
tho scoring his remarks have
got him in tho press, tho follow
ing is quoted from tho London
Globo: "Lord Wolsoloy is no
longor our only General because
in tho ono war which many bo
liovo inovitablo, with Russia, our
Indian army which ho recklessly
insulted will play an important
part, and wo ahould not like to
see them called upon io follow
euoh an intensoly unpopular com
mander." Lord Wolsoley's testi
mony was cablod to India, whoro
it has aroused groat indignatiou.
A dispatch from Simla says :
"Tho high authorities fear it will
cutiRO groat discontent among tho
Sir Mnckenzio Bowoll, on his
arrival at Now York from London
o fow dnyB ago, speaking of tho
British cable conference said that
"the feasibility, practicability and
desirability of such a system havo
already been established, and
about tho only thing that tho con
ference will determine is tho mode
of management. What wo want
to find out is, whether it should
be subsidized by tho government
or owned by tho government.
That will be decided by tho con
ference to bo held in tho latter
part of October."
A Washington dispatch says:
"Among old politicians Vermont
is known as tho rural political
baromotor. Whenever tho Re
publican majority in that stato
drops below 25,000, tho Demo
crats alwayB carry tho country.
This was first uoticoablo in 187G.
Again in 188i when Olevolnud
was first olocted, and in 1892, tho
barometer was a faithful indox to
public sentimotit. Both Maine
and Vermont hold their stato
election on Sept. LI this year, and
from tho rosult of those somo in
teresting and important calcula
tions may bo mado." Theso facts
aro causing the Republicans much
anxiety as to tho Vermont elec
tion. Corrospondonco recoived in
Washington indicates that both
Maino and Vermont aro wavering.
It is called to mind that Maino
I was tho original greenback stato
and onco elected tho greonbauk
Certainly tho unexpected has
not happened in tho findings and
sentence of tho court martial
that tried Captain Good of tho
regular forces. Tho public had
alrondy condomned tho captain
for palpable and persistent trans
gression of military discipline,
which was evident on tho very
faco of tho case apart from tho
suspicion aroused of conspiracy,
also, to down tho chief command
ing officer of tho regimout.
Mariners will be interested in
tho report of a now sailing route
laid out to tho equator in tho Paci
fic, which promises to roduco tho
time from San Francisco by five
days out of an average of twenty
four. Major Pangboru's high opinions
of Hawaii's resources ought to be
holpful to both public and private
prospecting for capital in tho
United States for investment in
Students of roligious subjects
have interesting intolligcnco of
tho discovery of valuablo manu
scripts at Cairo bearing upon
events in tho early part of the
It is easier to got a quorum in
tho field than in a hull with out
door sporting clubs.
In conversation with Mr.
Vandorlip this morning, he ex
plained to a Bi'LLKTiN representa
tive tho nature of somo of tho now
acts to bo given Thursday nnd
Saturday evenings by the Elsie
Adair company. They will be
extremely entertaining and some
of them entirely now to tho Hono
lulu public in conception and do
tail. A performance much bettor
than tho first Jb promised and Mr.
Vandorlip is a gontloman who
keeps Iiib promises.
JllllflU I. IIRJ'IIO'M VlctlllM.
The holders of Julion D.
TT 1 1 li ft .
xiaynos (irans railed to recoivo
any word from him by
mail, although word was
from tho Nevada bank that no
funds had yet boen placed to tho
credit of Hayuo or his wife. Mr.
Peterson will send his threo drafts,
amounting to $1970, to his brother
with instructions to commence
suit against Mrs. Hayno wherover
Bho may bo found.
At The Anchor.
It is extremely refreshing theso
warm days to take a nice cold
Bhowor bath before donning your
attire in tho morning. However,
one soon becomes warmed up to
an uncomfortable degreo again
and tho best thing to keop your
body in proper condition is to go
ovortothoAnchor and drink a glass
or two of Fredorieksburg beer, tho
noctnr liko beverago which Mr.
Cunningham offers each customer
who drops into tho saloon. His
graceful bow and melodious voice
are two additional attractions
which increase tho enjoyment of
quaffing tho healthful draught.
Fredericksburg is tho best in the
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 Mike,
said to him, "Mike, are you
hurted?" "No," said Aike,
who in his haste to dress had
gotten into his trousers with
the hind part before, "I am not
hurt, but am fatally twisted."
The 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
St. Louis tornado hovered
around the Chicago convention
or whether it was simply a
tornado issuinir from the mouth
of the"BoyOrator of the Platte"
certain it is that windy
eloquence carried the day 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
If the windy eloquence of a
boy orator can force a Presi
dential nomination in favor of
an almost 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 Win. 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
auouc warer since, i ne Hospital
pjpie 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 Spreckola' Bank,
NO. 307 FOKT STREET.
to your typo printed visiting
card, whon it is so easy to
got tho correct thing right tit
No card but an engraved
one is acceptable; others are
considered shoddy and should
not bo used.
Wo know tho correct thing,
and any work turned out by
us, will place you right in
Evory effort is being mado
by us to keep this work at
homo, nnd if a strict adher
ence to San Francisco prices,
combined with good clean
work is any inducement to
place orders horo, wo will got
all your work from, now on.
Boar in mind that wo are
not trying to meet tho cut
rates of Eastern Department
stores for inferior work; but
are doing good workj using,
tho very best of material, and
adhering closely to ruling
rates in San Francisco.
Nor is tho work confined
to Cards alone, but Wedding;
uuu oooieiy oiaiiouery, rusi
nesB Cards, Announcements,.
Bill Hoads for Professional
men, Embossing, and tho
genoral run of work coming,
undor that head, havo tho
same careful attention.
You may not need any
thing now, but it is well to
bear in mind when the time
comes, nnd oavo tho expense
or Bonding away for it.
25 and 50
Just Received ex
"Archer." . .
Every piece of our
4 Ply Hose
Also, a supply of
Gastle & Cooke
Are Well Fixed;
ttaS-Wo refer of course to Fdotwear, particularly all the now shades
lhicolocs for Ladies and Gentle-men..
If You Needi iir IMHn
- Come in and See Us.-.
" THIS HIT 'EM.iBLMNTT..' LASS' MONTH.
The Manufacturers' Shoe Go,,.,
Big- Shoe Storoi
If you aro thinking of getting a
Bicycle, now iB tho time- to get
ono while they last. Thisouor of
3 at $75.00 is not- cut in reason wo included Pern pans,
don't wait oxpootrng to of English pottery among aur.
ico como any lower. Wo i J
Bee tlie pneo como any
aro offering 1895 wheols. at this
price und there aro but' a fow loft.
This wheel is fitted with&o
Great G-. Sc .5. Tire
which has proven so satisfactory
in this laud of tho
Wo also havo a stock of the 189G
wheols both ladies andgents which
wo aro offering at a lowliguro and
on easy terms. Como in and have
a look at our wheels und satisfy
yourself that we aroiiiithe Bicycle
Stop and think how many Nick
les and Dimes you might Bavo
had you a wheel. A ride to Wai
kiki is not only a pleasuro but a
sure saving of health and strength.
You will find now vigor by thouso
of muscles nevor boforo brought
WHEELS THAT LAST AUD DON'T COST YOU
THEIR VALUE FOR REPAIRS.
E. 0. Hall & Son
Pioneer Building and
Assets, July 1S9G, $100,646.16
Money Loaned on Approved Security.
A Savings Bank for Monthly Deposits.
IIouRen Built on tbo Mouthly Iuutallmeut
Thirteenth Series of Stock now open.
For further particular apply to
A. V. GEAR, Secretary.
Ohnmhei' of Commerce- Rooms.
Office hours, 12 JO 1;30P.M. 373-tf
600 King street.
Difficult Collections a Specialty
C5 1 0 !FVi-t Stroet.
IM'en with a supor-abund
ance of deprodatory bugs the..-
averago woman of Honolulu
takts a great interest
plants. Tho taste of
runs to ferns because they are,
little or no trouble to raise,.
And tliero is money in it to
arsons who wish to raise -them
for sale. A plant for .a.
quarter will bo worth two orr
three dollars in a year if pro
perly attended to. That's 4be-
They are new hero and have
never been seen before. Iff"
you are raising ferns coraeiandl
look at our window. We'toe
lots of things in there suited
to the tlower garden or in, the
In tho celebrated Mon
mouth Pottory we have Stono
Jars holding from a half gallon
to ton. Then there are Butter
Crocks, Fruit Jars, Bean.?'ots.
Stow Pans and Water Pots.
Tho factory nt Monmouth,
Illinois, holds tho record for
tho best glazing on stono of
any placo in tho United States.
It is their goods wa, handle.
Wo havo also small and large
flower pots, with and without
saucers, absolutely perfect.
Wo carry no second quality.
Then we havo other and
cheaper tlower pots- of both
English and American make.
An inspection may bo to
Von Holt Building.
Juat Issued from the Press:
'How to Live on ie
A Summary of Individual
If' rt w
my rtML w
N. RUSSEL, M. D.
Contents! Introductory: Hawaiian Cll.
mate. Boil and water; The influence of
ground poisons upon tho system Selection
of placo for residence; Building of a housot
Foods Bathlnp; Exercise; Concluding re.
marks; Hawaiian Climate for Invalids.
Prioe 50 Cents.
"OUR HEALTH POLICY."
By the samo author; l'rico 10 cento. Fqj
sale at ull bookstores.
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