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EVENING BULLETIN, AUGUST 19, 1896. ,
Sale of GovernmentLot on
Prospect Street, Hono
On MONDAY, September 21, 1890, nt 12
o'clock noon, nt the front entriinco of the
Uxecuthu Uulldiug, will be sold nt l'ublio
Auotlon n Oovetnmont Lot on Prospect
Sticet, Honolulu, Oahu, rontftlnlng nn nroa
of 22,600 Squnro Tcet, more or lees.
Upset 1'rlco: $225.00.
J. A KINO,
Minister of the Interior.
Interior Office, AR. 18, 1803.
Sl?? Euei?ir)$ Bulletin,
DANIEL LOGAN. Editor.
WEDNESDAY, AUG. 19, 1896.
" In tho efforts to set forth tho
character of its agricultural pro
ducts, Hawaii is today far bohind
tho agricultural communities of
tho Western Const, and wo doubt
if it equnlB ovon tho provinco of
Now Brunswick on tho EnBtorn
Const," says tho Advertiser as
part of its reply to this paper on
tho subject of exhibitions. As
tho editor of this paper was novor
in Now Brunswick more than
two nights and a day,
ho cannot resolve the Adver
tiser's doubt. But having in his
tiino written full reports of fed
eral, provincial, county and na
tive Indian industrial exhibitions,
east nnd west of Now Brunswick,
he is in n position to say thnt tho
idea conveyed in tho sentcuco
quoted from tho Advortisor is
-eminently correct. It is a groat
treat to isit tho average ex
hibition anywhero from tho At
Inntic to tho Pacific. Jiut tho
kind of exhibition advocated
by tho Advertiser without legis
lative sanction or support, or
authorized location, no occobso
ries for exciting popular interest,
nor likely to havo moans for
bringing it properly to tho atten
tion of tho outsido world could
not como up to tho averngo coun
ty or oven township exhibition
of North America. Lately a cor
respondent of this paper advocat
ed u series of popular festivals to
tnko place on tho innugurntion of
the Waikiki boach boulovard.
This paper thought it a good idea,
in keeping with tho stimulating
fotes latelyhold iuCalifornia towns.
Similarly, the Bulletin will bo
f.uind nt the front iu supporting
poriodical industrial exhibitions
whonovor tho Legislaturo sees its
way clear to giving it authoriza
tion and assistance. It would bo
a grand thing for Honolulu to
have a pormaront main building
for poriodical exhibitions, with
accommodation ndjacont for live
stock shows, oithor nt Kapiolani
park or n park that ought to be
established nt Kalihi. Such an
institution would alone make a
pormanoiit exhibition of n crodit
nbln nature fonsiblo. Tho Bul
letin is not antediluvian in its
idens, but cannot bo beguiled into
supporting counterfeit schemes of
English opinion in China, as
Toiloctod by tho Shanghai Mer
cury, iB very bitter upon the sub
ject of the Jnpanoso in Formosa.
This, however, is only one of a
largo crop of international "ques
tions" nrisiug from tho Into war.
There will likely bo "music in
tho nir" toward the rising of tho
Bun bforo tho world is much
older, nnd it will hardly bo nn
echo of tho nngels' song henrd by
tho shephords at Bethlehem.
In tho celebration of thoir
qtinrtor centonniy the Knights of
Pythias exhibited tho social sido
of tho organization in truo knight
ly brilliancy. Pythiauimn in
IIouolulu, siuco its institution
twenty-five years ngo, has novor
lucked tunny of tho brightest und
best mornbors o tho community
in its ranks.
AT 'I UK OKI LI, MIi:i.
Another loul nnd Jicw I'roKriini by
tlio r.lalc Ailiilr Co.
Tho Elsio Adair company pro
Bouted an entirely now program
nt the drill shod yesterday ovou
ing, which was very enthusiastic
ally recoived by tho audieuco.
Tho latter was not n very lnrgo
ono owing to tho K. of P. bnll nt
Snns Souci, which nttrncted many
pooplo who would havo attended
Mr. Vnnderlip's performance
Miss Jardyno nnd Master llus
Bell sang several protty airs.
Master Eussoll has cortainly a
phenomenal voico for ono so
young and, unless somo accident
intervenes, will surely become a
Tho "Ghost in a Pawn Shop," a
clover but somowhat nnciont skit,
in tho lino of furcc, elicited much
MisB Adair scored another hit
in horsougs,which woromolodioiu
plensing und most charmingly
rendered. Tho shndow pnntoraitno
illustrating tho doings in a
doctor's oilice, n dentist's den, nnd
a boxing match betweon two mem
bers of tho company who nltor
nately became dwarfod or gigan
tic, was firHtrato nnd everyone was
pleased with it.
Mr. Emmett "paralyzed" the
entire audience with a scries of
excruciatingly funny character
sketches, imitations, comic songs,
at cetera. They wero all good.
Emmett is the best all-round
comodian whom this community
hns had tho pleasuro of listoning
to in n long time.
Tho show wound up with Miss
Aanir in her beautiful serpentine
dnuces. A new dnnco was intro
duced, called tho "Toreador." It
was lunrvbluubly well executed
and was alone worth tho price of
Tomorrow evening anothor now
bill will bo rendered, composed
entirely of novelties.
THE CHINESE TIMES.
IIlKli OiaTlnif III (lie Flllor Mane
turn Thla Afternoon.
Chung Chang Sing is tho editor
and halfownor of tho ChinesoTimes
und he is now in tho hospital. Ho
invested tho sum of 811 in tho pnper
a short timo since. Yesterday he
valued his interest nt SCO and
offered to sell at that figure. An
agreement was made with a would
bo purchasor who wns to pny up
and take control of tho papor to
day. The man wont to the office
with his money, nccompnnied by
Chin Tni, another stockholder.
But tho editor had changed his
mind nnd rofusod to sell. There
upon Chin Tni larded the editori
al sanctum with choico celestial
epithets and sailed into tho editor
with a convenient hammer.
A blow on tho back of tho
head luckily glanced off, tearing a
hole iu tho editor's scalp. If tho
blow had struck squarely instead
of glancing, tho editor would havo
beon in chargo of tho corner in
stead of being laid up for repairs
in tho hospital. Ohing Tai is
under arrest on a chargo of as
sault with a dendly weapon und
tho futuro of the Chinese Times
is very uucortuin.
Chamber of Commerce.
At tho anuunl meeting of tho
Chamber of Commorcothis morn
ing tho following officers wore
elected for tho onsuing year: J.
B. Athorton, president; W. F.
Allen, vice-president, nnd J. G.
Spencer, secrotnry and treasurer,
Messrs. T. It. Walker, W. F.
Alleu, J F Hackfold, 0. Bolto nnd
C. M. Cooke wore elected ns tho
Arbitration Committee. Thoro
was a Bmall attendance of mom
bora present and no business of
importance beyond tho election of
A Million Mold Ilolliirs
Would not brlni; happiness to lliu punson
Millirlni; wltli iljptpln, but Iloocl'b tSaiea
lmrllla linn cured many tliousnmU of cases of
tliis disease. It tout tliu stouiaeli, regulates
tlio bowel mid puts all tlio machinery of the
8jlciii In l'ooiI working order. It cn-atca a
Kind nppi-tltu mid iihta liinlth, strength nnd
Cine all liver Ills
The . .
On . .
Is the .
Hawaiian Hardware Co.
to your typo printed visiting
card, whon it is so cany to
got tho corroot thing right at
No card but an engraved
one is ncceptublo; others nro
considered shoddy nnd should
not bo used.
Wo know tho correct thing,
and any work turnedout by
us, will placo you right in
Every effort is being mado
by ub to koop this work at
homo, and if a strict adhor
onco to San Francisco prices,
combinod with good clean
work is any inducement to
placo ordors hero, wo will got
all your work from now on.
I3oar iu mind that wo arc
not trying to meet tho cut
rates of Eastern Departmont
stores for inforior work; but
aro doing good workj using
tho vory best of material, and
adhering closely to ruling
rates in San Francisco.
Nor is tho work confined
to Cards alone, but Wedding
and Society Stationery, Busi
ness Cards, Aunouncomonts,
Bill HoadB for Professional
men, Embossing, and tho
general run of work coming
under that head, havo tho
same careful attention.
You may not need any
thing now, but it is well to
bear in mind who:: tho timo
comes, nnd savo tho expense
of Bonding away for it.
25 and 50
Just Received ex
"Archer." . .
Every piece of our
4 Ply Hose
Also, a Bupply of
Castle & Cooke
Are Well Fixed.
BST"Wo rotor of course to Footwonr, particularly nil tho now shades
in colors for Ladios nnd Gentlomon.
If You Need Fixing-
Come in and See TJ.
"THIS HIT 'EM PLENTY." LAST MONTH.
The Manufacturers' Shoe Co.,
Big- Shoo Store.
If you nro thinking of gotting a
Bicycle, now is the time to get
one while they hut. This offer of
Ramblers nt S75.00 is not n cut in
price, so don't wnit expecting to
seo tho prico como nny lower. Wo
nro offering 1805 wheels nt this
prico nnd thoro aro but n few loft.
This wheel is fitted with tho
Great &. Sc -T. Tire
which has proven so satisfactory
in this land of tho
Wo also havo a stock of tho 189G
wheels both ludies und gonts which
wo aro offering at a low figure and
on eaBy terms. Como in nnd havo
a look at our wheals and satisfy
yourself that we aro in tho 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
suro saving of health and strength.
You will fiud now vigor by thouso
of musclos uover boforo brought
WHEELS THAT LAST AND DON'T COST YOU
TnEIR VALUE FOR REPAIRS.
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