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EVENING BULLETIN, AUGUST 17, 1890.
Notice to Importers.
Till'. ATTENTION OF IMVOUTERS Is
alleil tu llio Customs Regulation demanding
iuc IJcuIlllcntlon otcaiw ulllitliclr contents.
Tt In absolutely necessary for tlio proper con
duct of (lie work that tills rigulatlon bo ad
fccrud to. Importers foiling to comply with
the remiUtlon will subject themselves to ex
jwnso and delay as Invoices which can not be
tfrnpcily identified will bo scut In bulk to the
Appraiser Kntilcs to be complete must de
signate each case by number and tho contents
thereof Where & case contains mixed goods
that h, free and dutiable, tho case and num
ber should bo designated on one entry only.
Tho contents which aro other than the class
so entered should bo designated on entry as
"packed In No. entered
(Slncd) F. II. Mo3TOCKF.Il,
B. M. Damon',
Minister of Finance. SSl-St
WILIi HE RECEIVED AT THE OFFICE
of tbo Chief Engineer, Honolulu Fire De
partment, till noon Tuesday, Sept 15th,
ISOO, for lfiOO feet 2j in 3-ply Cotton Hoso
mbbor lined, warranted to huhIiud a preB
ure of COO lbs. per square in. Tbo Board
of OoimnissiouerB, Honolulu Fire Depart
ment, does not bind itself to accept the low
ent or any bid.
J. II. HUNT,
Chief II. F. D
Hoiiolnlu, August 12, 18!)0. .180 .It
Holder of water privileges, or those' pay
log water rates aro hereby notllied that tho
Sours for Irrigation purposes are from 0 to 8
clock A. m. and 4 to fl o'clock i m.
Superintendent Honolulu Water Works,
i. A. KtNd,
.Minister of the Interior.
Honolulu, Jul) 10. ISM. 3T(i-tiii
&f? Eueiir?$ Bulletin,
DANIEL LOGAN. Editor.
MONDAY, AUG. 17, 1896.
AN OMIT TED NAME.
A movement is on foot "to in
augurate an international memori
al to com rue in or a to the iucoption
nd extension of submarine tele
graphy connected with tho names
of Cyrus V. Field, Sir James An
derson and Sir John Pender." It
h strango that nothing is said of
F. N. Gisborno, who originated
the project of the lirst Atlantic
cable. His claim to that honor
was clearly proved in tho editorial
columnR of tho Washington llo
pnblican nearly twonty years ago.
Mr. Gisborno impoverished him
self and injured his health to pro
ruoto that grand idea, and Inter
rrent cleau broke iu a scheme to
estab ish tho "shortest route to
Europo" from New York. Had
lie shared in tho wealth his pro
gressive mind brought to others,
iiis claim to duo honors would not
liave beou ignored whilo ho lived
nor forgotten after his death.
A San Francisco paper says:
On and after January 1, 1807,
ihecityof Glasgow, with 505,714
inhabitants, will lovy no taxes of
any kind. All public expenditures
nill be mot from the earnings of
sheet railways, lighting and water
plants. Thoro is food for thought
among tho opponents of civic
ownership of these properties in
luif pliibit of its practical effects
abioml, especially so in San Fran
cisco, which will soon bo called
upon to accept or reject a new
Exclusive franchises given to
corporations for furnishing gen
eral services of any kind can only
lo justified when accompanied by
le two conditions of government
', ''regulation and government parti
(;eipatiou in the profits. Given
athorwiBO they aro a fraud on tho
public for tho advantage of private
Householders aro not allowed
to leave their boxes of refuse on
the sidewalk, and this is very pro
per. But the garbage collectors
Zoavo tho boxes strewed along tho
middle of the sidewalk, instead of
throwing them into tho yards from
whdro thoy got thorn. Thon, un
less liousoholdors nro kooping a
closo watch for tho carts, the side
walk is obstructed for more or
less time. This nuiBnuco is not n
necessary ovil, but tho product of
thoughtlessness or olso pure ug
liness on tho part of tho col.
Iu coii8equonco of tho failure of
Mooro Bros., mentioned in our
foreign nows by tho Australia, a
government committee has closed
the Chicago Stock Exchange.
This remarkably drastic measure,
it is claimed, has averted a panic.
It is reassuring to find that gov
ernment in tho United States has
tho powor thus to intorforo with
speculators, who in epidemics of
in ndness have previously, on dif
foront occasions, precipitated dis
astrous panics thot were without
causo in natural conditions.
Arbitration lias again triumphed.
The King of Portugal as arbitra
tor has givon his decision that tho
islaud of Trinidad, occupied by
tho British for a cablo station, bo
longs to Brazil. Groat Britain
cheerfully accepts tho docisiou
although her Promior, Lord Salis
bury, has been blamed at homo
for roluctauco in consenting to
tho principle of arbitration, par
ticularly with regard to tho Vene
zuela boundary question.
Another victory of peace by tho
Now World over tho Old is ro
corded. Tho Canadian artillery
team won the Queen's garrisou
artillory prize at Shooburyncss,
and their opponents carried thorn
in chairs on their shoulders. It
is noted that tho Canadians had
novor seou a (5-A-pouudor, with
which tho contest was held, until
tho previous wook.
Tho good suggestion is mado
that tha National Picas Club pay
tho cost of moviug Kate Field'B
body from Hawaii to tho spot in
tho AdirondackB whoro she de
sired to bo laid away. Unloss tho
Hawaiian annexationists, in
whoso behalf the gifted journalist
ovortaxod hor health, forestall
such action by meeting tho ex
pense themselves, tho idea is ono
that should bo taken up. Suroly
a woman such as Kato Field was
in life should not bo denied the
Bix feet of ground which the
world owes to even tho humblest
of its mortals in death. San
Fecit thu Nerve
Upon pure, rich blood and nu iilci! not fe.ir
ticriuus prostrations. Nones aro weak
hen they arc Improperly and lnsulllclently
nourished. Pure blood U their proper food,
and pure blood cornea by takhu; Hood's Sar
saparllln, uhleh Is thus the greatest and best
nene toulc. It also builds up the whole ms
Hood's 1'ii.ls arc the laorlte family cath
artic, cay to lake, easy to operate.
I. O. O. F.
HARMONY I.nnRP. Vl) a wir.T. riM."r
at Hurmony hall THIS (Monday) EVENING,
iniKuoi ii, ni ;ou ociock. on in tno
luiatory Dejjree. Members of the Order are
invited to be present.
C. T. RODGEHS, N.G.
Application will he received by the Board
ol FirtCommiasIoncrs up to tlio !J5tu olAuj;ust
to fill tho position of Engineer for No. 'i
fetation (or a term of tuo months fiom Sept.
let. Tho applicant must oo a (ully ciuulllled
ilOARD OK FIRF. COMMISSIONERS.
Attention, Company H.
Aimiouy Company If, N. G. H.,
Honolulu, August 17, 1806. J"
ALL MEMBERS OP COMPANY
II., N. O, II., aio hoieby ordered
to assemble at the Drill Shod, THIS
(Monday) EVENING, Aug. 17,1890,
ut7:30 o'clook, for Drill.
T. B. MUimAY,
Attention, P. H. Brooks
Division, No. 1, TJ.
R. K. P.
Every Member of this Division is hereby
ordered to appear at tho Oaatlo Hall of Oaliu
I.odce on TUK8DAV EVfNING, August
18th. at 7 o'clock, to attend theslliur nn
nlveisary eelcbiatlon of l'ythhnlsm Iu Ha
wall. Hill )rig Uniform Fatliruu Cap
KW-Jt Captain Commanding.
YOUR HOUSE IS ON
This may be the warning
cry to you some night.
Whether it refers to your store,
factory, mill, office, or resi
dence, it means that all of your
valuable account books, secu
rities, deeds, insurance policies,
notes, receipts, mortgages, etc.,
will be destroyed if not pro
tected by a fire-proof safe.
Can you afford to run this
hazardous risk? The loss of
an insurance policy alone in
nine cases out of ten would
cause you endless trouble and
expense in going to law to se-
jcure a settlement, and (hen
! your chances of coming to a
satisfactory adjustment with
the insurance company would
indeed be very slim. It is a
duty that you owe to your
business, to your family and
to yourself to protect these
things against both fire and
thieves. That old tin box or
drawer in which you have
been in the habit of keeping
your papers, would be of no
service whatever in case of
A VICTOR safe will last
you a life-time, and it is the
best investment that any busi
ness man can make. You
make no mistake in buying a
Victor. Out of forty thousand
safes manufactured and shipped
by this company, upwards of
four hundred have already
gone through very severe fires
and not one has ever yet failed
to preserve its contents when
put to a test.
We have thousands of testi
monials from prominent people
as to the merits of these
VICTOR safes. We offer a
recent one as a sample
Greouvlllo, N. 0., Fob. 20th, 1890.
The Victor ixtfc ami Ijok Co., Cin., 0.
Gentlemen: I am plensod to say tbo
Vitor hafe you sold me somo fivo or six
years oro, preserved intact a'.l of its con
tents iu the Into firo iu Greenvdle, on tbo
Kith inst. Tho -..ife .tood nt a point iu luy
office in tho Opera House Block, that must
liavtt been ono of tbo hottest parts in tho
great coutliigratiou. It contained pnpers
und other things of value. When it wis
taken out of tho ruins and opened some
twelve hours after the fire, everything in it
was found to bo safely preserved and in
good condition. I cheerfully inuko this
statement of facts in recognition of tho
valnablo acrvico rondorod mo by your safe,
and you aro at liberty to make bueh uso of
it as you may see proper.
Yours truly, THOS. J. JARVIS.
Thos. J. Jarvis was Gov
ernor of North Carolina for
six consecutive years; was U.
S. Minister to Brazil for four
years and served one year as
U. S. Senator from North
Carolina after the death of
We have these safes on
hand in four sizes which we
retail at $50, $75, 112.50 and
$137oO. The Victor Safe
Company also make a special
ty of vaults and doors, for
which we will quote prices.
The piano polish prepared
by Merten & Co. is something
new. It is the best and cheap
est yet. We have it in 8 oz.
bottles at 25 cents.
Hawaiian Hardware Co.
Opposite Spveckels' Bank,
NO. 307 FORT STIET.
to your typo printed visiting
card, whon it is bo eany to
get the correct thing right at
No card but an engraved
ono is aueenlaole; others aro
considered shoddy and should
not bo ueetU
Wo know tho correct thing,
and any work turned out by
us, will placo you right in
Every effort is being mado
by us to koep this work at
home, and if a strict adher
ence to San Francipco prices,
combined with good clean
work is any inducomqut to
placo ordors hero, 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
aro doing good work using
tho very lost of material, and
adhering closely to ruling
rates in San Francisco.
Nor is tho work confined
to Cards alone, but Wedding
nud Socioty Stationery, Busi
ness Cards, Anuouncomonts,
Bill lleads for Professional
men, Elnbossing, and the
general run of work coming
under that hoad, havo tho
eamo careful attention.
You may not need any
thing now, but it is well to
bear in mind when tho time
comes, and save tho expense
of sending away for it.
H. P. Wicliman
25 and 50
Just Received ex
"Archer." . .
Every piece of our
4 Ply Hose
Also, a supply of
Gastle & Cooke
Are Well Fixed.
eSyWo refer of course to Footwear, particularly all tho now shades
in colors for Ladies and Gentlemen.
If You Need Fixing .
Oomo in and SeeU.
"THIS HIT 'EM PLENTY." LAST MONTH.
The Manufacturers' Shoe Co.,
D3igr Shoe Store. C510 Foi't Street.
b o rt
i r -rAf
If you aro thinking of getting a
Bicycle, now is the timo to get
ono whilo they last. This otTor of
Ramblers at S75.00 is not a cut in
price, so don't wait oxpocting to
seo tho price como any lower. Wo
aro offering 1S!)5 wheels at this
price and thero aro but a few loft.
T'his wheel is fitted with tho
Great Gh. &. .T. Tire
which has proven so satisfactory
in this land of tho
Wo also have a stock of tho 189G
wheels both ladies and gonts which
wo aro offering nt a low figure and
on easy terms. Como in and havo
a look at our wheels and satisfy
yoursolf that we aio in the Bioycle
A n. Investment
Stop and think how many Nick
les and Dimes you might savo
had you a wheel. A rido to Wni
kiln is not only n plcasuro but n
sura saving of health and strength.
You will find now vigor by the uso
of muscles novor bofuro brought
WHEELS THAT LAST AND DON'T COST YOU
THEIR VALUE FOR REPAIRS.
E. 0. Hall & Son
Just Issued from the Press:
'How to Live on tk
A Snmmnry of ImHvidunl
N. RUSSEL, M. D
Contents: Introductory: nnwaiinn GIN
mate, Soil und water; Tho iiifluonco of
ground poisous upon the RVBtoni; Selection
of place for residence; liuildinp of n bouso;
Food; liftthincj Exercise; Concluding ro
marks; Hawaiian Climnto for invalids,
Price 50 Cents.
"OUR HEALTH TOLIOY."
l)y the same author: l'rico 10 conts. Tor
sale at all bookniorei.
P Y It
We've snid something, once
or twice, nbout the beauties
of the dining table when
properly dressed with appro
priate china and clnsswaro
Everything depends upon the
quality and artistic design.
You havo had China nows
galore now for dasswaro.
You've lived half your life
with the impression that r.nt
glass is too high priced an
article for you to nosscsa.
You ure wrong. We are sell-
J ing to day genuine cut glass
salt cellars, individual, ' in
different designs, for two bits
each; they've sold in other
stores in Honolulu as high as
$2. It's the way wo buy.
We have, also, sots consisting
of a tray, ono popper and ono
salt, silvor tops $2. You never
heurd of thorn being sold any
where for less than $10. You
never saw tlmm bofnm ; ti
nolulu. Our stock goes from
these small pieces to tho
heuvier and larger dishes which
sell at 150.
In cheap tumblers we offer
a thoroughly finished article
at 50 cents a dozen and in
case you might wish to uso
them for preserve glasses,
wo throw in a tin top for
each. Wo havo an engraved
decanter, holds a quart. 35
cents, a pressed gluss pickle
or olive dish for 10 cents, a
berry set, 7 pieces, 75 cents.
llio average man does not
know how much glass is
used in tho household. Wo
do, and wo have 150 patterns
f glasses to select from. In
lamp chimneys we havo all
Sul'tS. No. 1 A. fclirnn fnr- n
quarter; No. 2 A, ten cents
Yon Holt Building.
Brass Signs and
Gilding on Glass Specialties
-,,,?r Al1 k'ndsof Contracts for
Union Stroot, noxt to Storllno.
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