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EVENING UOLLETIN, AUGUST 20, 1W6.
r 'hi niw tiwiwit'HUHni
Sale of Government Lot on
Prospect Street, Hono
Ou MONDAY, September 21, 1890, at 12 '
ft'clook noon, at the front entrance of the
i:eoulituUulU1luit, will bo Bold at l'ublio
Auotlou a Government Iiot ou Prospect
Street, Honolulu, Oahu, containing an area
of 22,800 Square feet, more or less.
Onset Price! $225.00.
J. A KINO,
Minister of the Interior.
Interior Office, A. 18, 1800
5r)? Evei?ir?$ Bulletin,
DANIEL LOGAN, Editor.
THURSDAY, AUG. 20, 18.
Tn the course of a parliamenta
ry inquiry into tho position of
fciindry loading banks ami corpor- i
fttions of Now Zealand, William
Watson, president of tho Bank of
NowZonhind, was tho first witness
examined by tho House solect
coiumittco. He refused to an
swor n question as to who wero
tho porsonB in whoso favor
amounts aggregating moro than
oiio million dollars woro writton
off subsequent to tho balanco
sheot of 1838. His reason was
Unit ho and all tho officers of tho
bank hud signed a declaration
that tlioy would not disclose any
thing rotating to individual ac
counts. He had been appointed
to conserve tho interosts of tho
i a ti.o, oi iw.u.. ...i
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ho contended that it would be
against such interests to divulge
the information, and it was his
duty nut to divulge it. Tin'
Premier said it was a question
then whether tho bank oih'cors
should bo mastors of tho Houso
of lvoproscntativos. Ou tho fol
lowing day tho question was re
newed, when Mr. Watson formal
ly ropeatod his answer. Next tho
chairman of tho committoe re
ported tho mattor to tho
House. Tho bank president was
brought to the bar and questioned
by tho Speaker, whon he said ho
believed, if ho were to anBWor
ouch quostions, tho customers of
tho bank would fall away
nd tho colony would
suffer. Counsel for Mr. Watson
addressed tho House in dofense
of his position, larta motion made
by tho Premier, to fiuo Mr. Wat
son $2500 and detain him in cus
tody until tho aniouut was paid,
was carried by a vote of UC to 2(5.
Tho fine was paid, but the presi
dent was not called before tho
committee aguin. Mr. Booth, one
of tho bank directors, refused a
request to produce a number of
document), aB they referred to the
private affairs of the bank, but at
latest accounts no motion had boon
mado to bring him before the
Houso in tho way in which tho
presidont was treat d. The iuci
dont haB general intorest as illus
trating the old question, variously
d.joided in different countries, of
privileges of witnesses holding
privato confidences of certain
kinds. Statements mado to spi
ritual advisors and confossorB.
, i :. .i i... !...:..:. .
nowiuuno Biwm-u uy yimismiio
in their practice and, as in the
- i l :.. f,a0 ,ii;
instance hero gnon, facts JelatlVO
to tho financial standing of per-
, , i i n
eone known to bank oilicers, as
privato trustees, frequently bo
of contention in the
"A Califomian on n visit here
snid such exhibitions did moro
for his State than all tho other
advertising," says the Advertiser.
California does not havo "Mich"
exhibitions as the saniplo room
show tho Advertiser advocates.
Support by tho Advertiser of j Ruberibe for the Evknino Bdl
Iho proposal to institute a gouernl i-etin, 76 cents ptir month.
olonning-up of tbo city ns a pre
cautionary luoasuro is lioroby
duly acknowledged. It is n matter
that sliould bo considered without
delay by the Board of Honlth.
There ought to bo an official feo
nresoribed for health cortificatofl
q 8(jnool chiUlron by Govornmout
. , . ... , ,. . ,
physicians in tbo country districts.
Tho absence of any regulation in
tho mattor leaves a door open for
FOIIEICIN JUIIV TI1IAL,.
rrnud Nlirrlflcil Ago I nut Knmnmntnu
l'.atiitr of AkmiB.
Ah Sam withdraw his plea of
not guilty, and, pleading guilty to
tho chargo of common nuisauco,
was sontoncod by Judgo Carter
to six months' imprisonment.
Thurston & Stauloy for defen
dant. Two out of ton Chinese, charg
ed with wambling, having with
drawn their appeal had their I
sontonces in tho Distiiot Court
with S2.50 costs each.
I'lio other eight in a no o pro-
Hutjui umuiuu lui mum uy a-oji.y
Attorney General JJolo and
discharged. .Robertson for de
fendants. Minna Crommor had her trial,
for selling liquor without licenso,
by a foreign jury today. Coun
sel aro closing this afternoon.
Dole for tho llepublic; Ilosa for
Akona and Akiua, administra
tors of tho estate of Akana, under
notice to show causo why thoy
should not bo committed for con
tompt, filed their accounts and
asked for discharge, ltoceipts
are given as SL4,7(J1.83 and pay
ments $15,207.40, showing S-112.73
duo tho administrators. Judge
'Carter ordered that tho accounts
ana books be si
submitted to tho re
ceivor for examination, and that
tho administrators go to Kona to
review the accounts with tho ro
e'ivn. An iinli r lins iMied to
W. Jb Wilbou, receiver, to sell tho
leasehold and coffee planting in
terests of the estate. Ilenshall
for petitioner; ThurstoufcStanley
for tho widow; Do Bolt for tho
H. Havkfeltl it Co.lmo filed an
amended motion in opposition to
the discharge of Kazamatsu from
bankruptcy. Thoy allego that in
contemplation of becoming a
bankrupt Kazamatsu mado u
transfer of purt of his proporty to
prevent its coining into tho hands
of the assiguoos. Thoy say ho
paid Yotsuuioto, his partner or
agent, 31500 for tho ostensible
purpose of purchasing goodB in
Japan and lias not delivered that
amount to the assignee nor ac
counted for it.
Mrs. Lilia Hannia petitions for
letters of administration to her
self on tho estate of her late hus
band, which is valued at S1500.
Judgo Carter gavo judg
ment for plaintiff, awarding him
the land and $100 damages, in tho
ejectment caso of Tni Po Apa vs.
Hen Qwai and othors.
Inventories have been filod of
tho estates of tho late Thomas Sor
onson and QuerinoFornandes.
Seattlo is fast becoming a groat
oity. Uno thing winch makes it
famous is Seattle beer, which you
find at tho Criterion. A good
thing always makes its mark.
This is one of tho best things on
Two deserters from tho Iolaui
woro captured and taken to the
police station this morning.
I BY VIUTUE OF A. WMT OF I'Xmj
tion ,8sI18,i out of the Flint Circuit Court.
I ou the llthdny of July, A.D. 1898, ngalnst
j Chan. T. Gullok, Administrator Estate of
Jo8.Qoni08t decoased, defendant, in favor
I of Manuel Francisco, plaintiff, for the sum
i of $287.25, 1 hao levied upon and shall ox-
i p0B8 ior me ai ti,e station House, in tho
Dixtrtct of Honolulu, Island of Uahu, at 12
o'clock of Saturday, the 12th day of Sep
tember, A. I). 1890, to tho highest bidder,
all th right, title and iuteiost of the said
Cliiis. T. Ciuhck, Ad" inistrator Esjato Jos.
Gomes, deceased, defendant, in and to tho
following property, unless said judgment,
interest, costs and my expenses be previ
liist of property for sale:
Consisting of au undivided half iuterest
in Heal 1'ioporty as set forth in L. 0. A.
556. H.P 109 to Maknlawelawe, situated
in Honolulu, lslaud of Oahu.
A. M. BROWN,
Marshal Hcpuhlio of Hawaii.
Honolulu, Oahu, Aug. 12, 180(1. 3S0-5t
A short time ago we intro
duced the De Laval Cream
Separators to the notice of the
public through this column
but we were compelled to
change our advertisement in a
few days as the demand created
by it soon exhausted the sup
ply of Separators we had on
We have just received a
fresh supply and again call
attention to their merits.
Have you one or more cows?
If so, what is your purpose in
keeping them? Is it your object
to tret the most money from
them, with at same time some
comfort ancj satisfaction?
you doing il?
Have you kept pace with
the improvements in dairy ap
paratus? Have you ever stop
ped to consider the benefits of
the Cream Separator, not to
the world, not to your neigh
bor, but to you personally and
If not, you cannot do any
thing better, and the sooner
the better. Everybody now
understands the principle of
centrifugal creaming. Gravity
causes the cream to rise in the
old way. The separator sim
ply adds centrifugal force to
gravity. It merely uses two
natural forces instead of one
only. It effects the complete
separation of cream from milk,
which is not possible in any
other way, and in the most all
around practical manner.
The De Laval Cream Separ
ators are in almost universal
use the world over. They have
revolutionized dairying me
thods. The State Colleges
and Experiment Stations all
use and advocate them. More
than 8,000 have been sold.
All practical creameries have
long used them. Progressive
dairy farmers do so in all sec
tions. There must be many
users around vou. No user of
a De Laval machine ever did
otherwise than endorse it.
The De Laval "Baby" or
Dairy Cream Separators are
now made in six different
styles and sizes. They range
in capacity from 1 $0 lbs. per
hour to 700 lbs. per hour.
Capacity means separating
capacity per hour. They are
made for all requirements from
the household buying its milk,
to the dairy or irom one cow
to one hundred.
The De Laval machines are
Hand machines. They are de
signed and constructed for
hand use. Women and chil
dren run them. They are used
almost wholly in such Way.
Still they may be attached to
any sort of light power, from
dog tread to engine.
We have also a smaller type
of the same machine, which is
designated as the "Humming
Bird," especially intended for
household use. It is very
small, very compact, extremely
simple, easily understood and
cared for, safe and durable. It
possesses every advantage to
be found in any of the larger
Samples and prices of these
Hawaiian Hardware Co.
Opposite Spreckols' Bank,
NO 307 FORT STATIST.
to your typo printed visifvag
card, when it is so easy .o
get tho correct thing right at
No card but an engraved
one is acceptable; others arc
considered shoddy nnd Bhould
not bo used.
Wo know the correct thing,
nnd nny work turned out by
us, will placo you right in
Every effort is being mado
by us to keep this work at
homo, and if a strict adher
enco to San Francisco prices,
combined with good clean
work is any inducomont to
placo ordors hero, wo will get
all your work from now on.
Uoar in mmcl tuat wo aro
not trying to meet the cut
rates of Eastom Doportment
Btores for inferior work; but
aro doing good work, using
tho very best of material, and
adhering closely to ruling
rates in San Francisco.
Nor is tho iwork confined
to CardB alone, but Wedding
aud Socioty Stationery, Busi
ness Cards, Announcements,
Bill Heads for Professional
men, Embossing, nnd tho
general run of work coming
under that head, have tho
same careful attontion.
Yon may not need any
thing now, but it is well to
boar in mind when tho time
comes, nnd save the- expense
of 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.
BSyWo refer of couree to Footwear, particularly all the now shades
in colors for Ladies and Qentlomon.
If You Need Fixing aHEs
Come in and See TJ.
" THIS HIT 'EH PLENTY." LAST MONTH.
The Manufacturers' Shoe Co.,
Big1 Shoo Fstoi'e.
If you aro thiukiug of getting a
Bicycle, now is tho time to get
one while they last. This offer of
Ramdleiis at $75.00' iB not acut in
price, so don't wait expecting to
boo tho price come any lower. Wo
aro offering 1805 wheolB at this
price and there aro but n few loft..
'this whcol is fitted with the
Great C. & J. Tiro
which has proven so
in this land of the-
We also havo a stock of tho 1896
wheels both ladies and gents which
wo aro offering at a low figure and
on easy terms. Come in aud have
a look at our wheels and satisfy
youraelf that we aro in the Bicycle
Stop and think how mauy Niok
les and Dimes yon might savo
had you a wheel. A rido to Wai
kiki is not ouly a pleasure but a
sure saving of health and strong! h.
You will find new vigor by tlnuo
of muscles never before brought
WHEELS THAT L&ST AUD DONT COST YOD
THEIR VALUE FOR REPAIRS.
E. 0. Hal! & Son
Just hmedfrom the Press:
'How to live on the
A Summary of Individual
N. RUSSEL, M. D
Contents: Introductory! llawniinu Cll
ninte. Soil nnd wntorj Tho influonco of
marks; Hawaiian Climato for invalids.
Price 50 Cents.
"ODE HEALTH POLICY."
By tbo amo author: Vrico 10 cents. For
sulo ut nil booLaiore.
E B (Hi B V H W'Pw'fr" V
CiXG Fort Sti-oot.
or twice, nbout
of the dining
priato china and glassware
Everything depends upon the
quality and artistic design
You have had China news,
galore now fur glassware.
You've lived half your lifo
with tho impression that cut
glnss is too high priced an
article for you to- possess.
You nre wrong. We are sell
ing to dny genuine cut gluss
salt cellars, individual, in
different designs, for two bits
each; they've sold in other
stores in Honolulu ns high as
$2. Its the' way we buy.
Wo havo, also, sots consisting
of a tray, one pepper and one
salt, sdvor tops $2. You never
heurd of tlioin being sold any
where f..r k'Fs. than $10. You
never saw tliem before in Ho
nolulu. Our stock goes from
tht'be small pieces to the
heavier und larger dishes which
sell at $150..
Iuchu'p tumblers we-offer
a thoroughly finishul article
ot 50 cenfc a dozen and in
cnsi' j-t.u might wish to uso
them for preserve glasses,
we throw in a tin top for
oiu'h Wo havo an engraved
dicaiitor, holds a quart. 35
cents, a pressed glnss pickle
or liv dish for 10 cents, a
bury sut, 7 pieces, 75 cents.
Liio average man does not
know how much glass is
used in the household. We
do, and wo have 150 patterns
of glasses to select from. In
lamp chimneys we havo all
sorih. ao. 1 A, three for a
q rter; No. 2 &., ten cents
Vou Bolt Building.
Brass Signs and
Gilding on Glass Specialties
K? A.M kinds of Contracts for
Union Street, noxt to Sterling,