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1 RVRNTNG BULLETIN, AUGUST 18, 18W5. , . -
Foreign Office Notice
HON.ALllKltT S.W1LL1S having rcsum.
ctl Uio oictciso of tlio functions of Dmoy
Extraordinary nnd Minister 1'lonipotentiary
of tlio United Sta-ca of America, Ml persons
niiil All Departments of the Government aro
inquired to pay liigk consideration to Lis
poison, his property mid his retniuors, nud
givo full faith find attach full credit to all
IiIh oflloinl nets an such Envoy Extraordin
ary and Minister 1'leiiipotentiary
1IENKY V. COOPER,
Minister of Foreign Affaire.
Foreign Offlco. 38Mt
Notice to Importers.
THE ATTENTION OF IMl'OltTKKS U
called to ttic Custom llt-gnlntlnii demumllng
tlm identification ofctuts ultlitlielr contents.
It U absolutely necessary for tlio proper con-
duct of the work thnt this regulation bo ad
hered to. Importers fnlllni? to comply with
, tlio regulation will stibjeet tuenischcs to ex
kih and df lay as Invoices which can not bu
propcily Idcntllled Millie sent In bulk to tlio
Appraiser Entries to be complete must de
signate each case by number and the contents
(lietiof. Where a ease conlalns mixed goods
that U, free and dutiable, the ease and num
tier should be designated on ono entry only.
The contents which are other than the class
u entered should hu designated on entry as
'packed In No. entered
(SIsiied) F. 11. McSTOCEU,
S. M. Damon,
Minister of Finance. 382-3t
l)$ Eueoii)1 Bulletin,
DANIEL LOGAN. Editor.
TUESDAY, AUG. 18, 1896.
At the risk of being stigmatized
ns silurian or antediluvian, tho
Bulletin cannot seo its way clear !
to seconding tho proposal for a I
permnni'iil inhibition of natural
products in the old legislative
hall or, for tho present at leant,
anywhere else. Experience has
proved that agricultural and in
dustrial oxhibitidns in Honolulu
oxcito but a languid popular in
terest. Those masters of local in
dustry who aro best,, able to con
tribute to the success of such an
undertaking would "not be there.''
So many of our most interesting
products aro of a perishable
naturo that tho exhibition would
soon degonerate into something
stale, flat and unprofitable. Un
connected with a show of live
stock the exhibition would rise
but slightly above the rank of a
combination fruit and feed store.
Thor-' is no approptiuliou availa
ble forimy help from tho treasury,
and the scheme would cost
far moro than its san
guino advocntes imagine. It
-would reqtiiro constant por
sonal directorship and attendance,
but who is thoro among the per
manent officials of government
with both capacity and time for
those functions ? If a raodol
agricultural and horticultural
fcum wore within tho national
ineniip, a orpditablo permanent
exhibition connected therowith
m.Jit be feasible. Othorwiso tho
notion is vngue, inchoate and vi
sionary. Wo have a pormanent
ovhil'ition now easily available
for tho benefit of visitors who
may bo willing to invest in the
development of Hawoiian re
sources. That is tho whole island
oEOahu, which, with magnificent
natural scenery thrown in, may
in all its parts bo inspected at a
trilling expanse of travel from the
heart of Honolulu. This exhibi
tion presents all tho leading soil
p-cdui'H of tho country, in tho
full glory oe high ard extensive
cultivation, besides horse and cat
tle ranges to illustrate tho live stook
raising capabilities of the islands.
Cheap Bteamor excursions will, on
two sides, introduco tho investiga
tor to tho great sheep rtuiB alone
lacking to the completeness of
this island lor exhibition pur
poses. A moderato expenditure,
especially for capitalists, will
servo to convoy ono to tlio lnrgor
coffoo regions thnt tho islmid of
Hawaii affords, with a viow of our
grandest mountains and assorted
volcanoos to boot. On tho way to
those exhibits tho traveler with a
stop-over check from Pursor
Hockley may inspect tho tompor
ato zone cultures of tho mountain
Blopcs of Maui, nscondiug for
his fill of tho purest ozono of
earth's atmospherio strata and
satiation with sublimity of
sconery, abovo the cloudB to tho
summit of Hnleaknla, tho vastest
extinct crater over viowed by
human eyes. Contrast such an
exhibition as Onhu provid.es
in itself, and tho corollaries
furnished by tho other islands,
with an artificial aggregation of
products in a dingy hall in town
bags of sugar and l'ice, trays of
dry coffoo beans, dull heaps of
caunigro root, tubs of plucked
sugarcane, rico and banana plants,
roquiring constant watering to
prosorvo them from wilting, bo
sides frequent renewal. There
might bo something in an annual
or biennial industrial exhibition
at Kapiolani Park, well advortised
on tho Coast, but it would have to
be on a larger scale than the form
er ones, besides being supplement
ed with outside attractions
throughout tho soason.
Advocating a permanent exhi
bition of island products, to bo
established in tho old legislative
hall, the Advertiser says "there
ought to bo some provision made
for a display of tho natural fauna
of tho country." According to
Hawaiian historians tho natura
fauna of theso islands, at tho time
I r.f I'linnnnitaJ. ,..V.-( :..l.l '
w.. . iiNM'uii-I o iliin, tUliaiU'U Hi
dogs, hogs and domestic fowl. If
an exhibition of these creatures
is to bo made, tho old exhibition
buildings of tho defunct Eoyal
Agricultural Society, at Kapio
lani Park, should be repaired for
their reception. It would hardly
bo appropriate to havo a livestock
show in the samo building with
tho highei courts, the educational,
land, tax and registry buroaus,
least of all tho. Board of Health,
with its iunor doors opening di
rectly into tho proposed show
room with its necessary coops,
kennels and pene. Porhaps our
contemporary means the Judiciary
building yard for the live stock
exhibit, but tho objections
thetoto for such u purposo are
only loss strong than to tho in
terior of tho building. Tho Ad
vertiser follows its suggestion
quoted abovo with tho observation :
"Exotics aro pushing their way in
with such rapidity that it will not
bo many years before it will bo
forgotten that Hawaii over had
any individuality." Tho griev
ance expressed in this sudden
change of subject from tho fauna
to tho flora might porhaps bo to
some extent redressed by a
mothod that could bo illustrated
in tho proposed oxhibition. The
natural fauna might bo turned
loose two or three times n day to
browso upon tho aggrcssivo ex
otics, but it should bo understood
that this mode of feeding tho
animals should have no political
significance Tho querulous tone
of tho Advertiser in referring to
the exotics sounds, even if faintly,
like an echo of tho old National
party's cry of "Hawaii for tho
Hawaiians." Olir mnrmnrr nn.
k . :
temporary ought to be moro care
ful of its words, especially while
the President is absent from tho
l!ac you ever heard of a medicine nlth
stub a record of cures as Hood's 8area
parlllay Don't you know that Hood's tjar
aaparllla, the One True Blood Vurllier, has
prou'd, over and over afraln, that It has
poner to cure, even niter nil other remedies
fall ? If jou hao Impure blood you may
take Hood's Sarsaimrllln with the utmost
confidence that It will do you i'ood.
Iloou'ri I'n.J.s assist digestion. 25 cents.
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
cure a settlement, and then
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 toa 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
Greonvllle, N. 0., I'ob. 20th, 1S!)0.
Tlte VUtor &fe and Ixk Co., Cin., 0.
Gentlemen: I am pleased to say tho
Vitor bate you 'sold me some fhoorsix
years ogo, preserved intact n!l of its con
tents in the Into firo in Greenville, on tho
Kith iiiHt. The safe stood nt u point iu uiy
olllco in tho Oporu Uouso Block, that must
hnv heon one of tbo hottest parts iu the
grout conflagration. It contained papers
and other things of vnluo. When it vt&t
taken out o( the ruina and opened boiuo
twelve hours after the lire, everything iu it
was found to bo safely preserved nud in
good condition. I cheorfully mako this
statement of facts in recognition of the
valoablo scrvico rendoied mo by your safe,
and you are nt liberty to mako buch use of
it ns you may seo propor.
Yours tiuly, TUOS. J. J Alt VIS.
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. JO and
$ I) 7. SO. 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 2 J cents.
Hawaiian Hardware Co.
Opposite Spreckols' Bank,
NO. 307 FORT STH7JET.
to your typo printed visilfing
card, when it is so easy to
get tho correct thing right at
No card bwb an engraved
one is acceptable; other aro
considered shoddy and should
not bo lined.
Wo know tho correct thing,
and any work turned oat by
us, will place you right in
Every effort is being made
by us to keep this work at
homo, aud 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.
Bear in mind that wo are
not trying to meet tho cut
rates of Eastern Department
stores for inforior work; but
aro doing good workj using
tho very best of material, ana
adhering closely to ruling
rates in San Francisco.
Nor is tho work 'confined
to Cards alone, but Wedding
aud Society Stationery, Busi
ness Cards, Announcements,
Bill Heads for Professional
mon, Embossing, and the
general run of work coming
under that head, havo tho
samo careful attention.
You may not need any
thing now, but it is well to
bear in mind when tho timo
comes, and savo tho oxpenso
of sending away for it.
25 and 50
Just Received ox
"Archer." . .
Every piece of our
4 Ply Hose
Also, a supply of
Castle & Cooke
Are Well Fixed.
. BSTWo rofor of-oouree to Footwear, particularly all tho now shadeB
in colors for Ladios and Oontlemon.
If You Need Fixing;.-BaBmk
Come in and See TJ&i.
THIS HED' 'EM PLENTY."- LAST MONTH.
The: Manufacturers' Shoe Co,.
Big1 Shoo- Store.
If you are thinking of gotting a.
'BlOYOiii:, now is tlio timo to get
ono while they last. Thin oiror of
RAMBLERS at $75.00 is not a cut in.
mrico. bo don't wait oxpoctiue to.
!boo tho price corao any lower. Wo-
aro oueriug jlouo wueeiB at iunHplu,i,.
ti in nrl 4 Warn nva lint n fftw mFK I
L'his wheel is fitted with the
i aw (tiivt laiu (.&u wiiv i iuii iwivtt
Great Gr. & .T. Tiro
whioh has proven bo satisfaotooy
in this land of tho
Wo also havo a stock of the-189G
wheels both ladies and gonts which
wo aro offering at a lowfigure and
on easy termB. Como in ana havo
a look at our wheels and satisfy
yourself that we aro in tlio Bicycle
Stop and think how many Nick
les and Dimes you might savo
had you a wheel. A rido to Wai
kiki is not only a pleasure but a
sure saving of health and strength.
You will find now vigor by thouso
of muscles never before brought
WHEELS THAT LAST km DON'T COST YOU
THEIR VALUE FOR REPAIRS.
E. 0. Hall & Son
Just Issued from the Press:
'How to Live od tie
A Summary of Individual
N. RUSSEL, M. D
Contents: Introductory: Hawaiiiiii Cli
mate, Soil and wutor; Tho influence of
ground poisona upon the Hyntenii Selection
of place for rfbidonoe; Building of a house;
Food; Bathing; liercise; Concluding in.
murks; Hawaiian Climate for invalids.
Price 50 Cents.
"OUR HEALTH POLIOY."
By tho narao author: Trice 10 conts. Tor
sale at all bookstores.
C l'O Port Street.
We've said something, once
or twice, about the beauties,
of' the dining table whom
properly dressed with appro
priate china and glassware,.
Everything depends upon the
quality and artistic design..
You havo hud China now&
galore now for glassware..
"Fou'Ve lived half nr. HfVu
with the impression that out
glnss is too high priced ani
article for you to. possos3k
You are wrong. Vfa aro soil
ing U.dny genuine oufc gjass
salt cellars, individual in
different designs, for two bits.
they've sc)dl in other
.stores m Honolulu us-high as
$2. It's the way. wo buy.
We have, also, cots- consisting
of a tray, ono popper, and. opa
salt, silvor tops 2. Yom never
heard of them Vmg, sold any
where for less than &lQt You
never saw them befoue- in Ho
nolulu. Our stock goes from
these small nieces, to. tho
heuvier aild j dJ j . fa
,, , wo""-! wu
seu at iJIoUi,
Iii choip tumblers wo offer
a thoroughly finished article
t 50 ceath a doxen and in
case yuu might wish to use
tliem for preserve glasses,
wo throw in a tiii top for
ench. Wo havo an engraved
decanter, holds a quart, 35
cents, a pressed glass pickle
or olive dish for 10 cents, a
beny set, 7 pieces, 75 cents.
J. lie average man does not
know how much glass is
used in the household. We
do, and we have 150 patterns
"f glasses to select from. In
lamp chimneys wo havo all
sorts. No. 1 A, three for a
qunrter; No. 2 A, ten conts
Von Holt Building.
Brass Signs and
Gliding on Glass Specialties
B" AU kinds of Contracts for
Union Street, next to, Sterling,
" ssi tf