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FVUNTNG BULLETIN, AUGUST 21, 185)0.
Sale of Government Lot on
Prospect Street, Hono
On MONDAY, September 21, 1S90, nt 12
o'clock noon, nt tho front ontmnro of tlio
Executive llnilding, will bo sold nt l'ublio
Auction n Oovermnout Lot on l'rospoct
5ueot, Honolulu, Onlm, rontiiiiiiug au area
of 22,800 Squnro Kect, more or lphB.
Upsot Price: $225.00.
J. A' KIS'O,
Minister of tho Interior. '
Interior Office, Aur. 18, 180rt.
Sr;? Eueiii) Bulletin
DANIEL LOGAN, Editor.
FRIDAY, AUG. 21, 189G.
JAPANESE STEAMERS. '
It has been n subject of wondor
how enfjer is tho competition be-
twoou Pucilic Const ports for tho
terminal statiou o Jtvpauoso
steamers, while chambors of com
merce and labor organizations aro
regarding with sorious up prehen
sion the prospect of a dolugo of
manufactured goods from Japun
produced by tho cheap labor of
that country. Tho repulsing of
Japaueso steamers oven if it could
be effected would not, however,
be any availing check to tho im
portation of cheap Japanese
goods. American and British
steamers from Japan might bo
royardud as unwelcome, on that
score, as Japanese steamers. Un
less tho strangers inaugurated a
froight rate war- which does not
teem likely Japanoso goods
Trould not bo any cheaper for tho
item of cost of transportation.
Whntover excess of impoiUtions
from Japan might bo referable to
tho increased facilities provided
hy new lines, would almost ccr
lainly bo more than offset by an
increase in the usportB of Amo
lican goods to Japan. To secure
Teturn cargoes tho managers of
the Japaueso' steamers will cast
about for raw and manufactured
American products likely to find
a market in Japan for freighting
the steamers on tho homeward
voyage. Tho leading steamship
compauy has before tho
first voyage made by its
line, as will bo scon olsowhero in
this paper, mado arrangements for
n constant traffic in American cot
ton a commodity that Japan has
hithorto imported from Eugland
with several intermediary profits
added to its cost. With all hor
expansion of domestic industry
since tho war, Japan will for a
long time to como bo a great mar
ket for the manufactures of other
countries. Even when in tho ar
ticles she can profitably manufac
ture tho homo supply will bogin
to approach the homo demand,
Japan will still find that thoro
are many articles moro profitable
to buy than to make. But,
leyond arid abovo all, hor
very industrial expansion de
crees that Japan will in an in
creasing degree become a vast
cousumer of raw materials. Tho
United States has not been push
ing her trad with tho Orient so
rigorously as might have beon ex
pected fiom hor superior maritimo
point of vantage to tho position of
European countries. These have
been outstripping hor in tho race.
New steamship lines to tho Orient
will improve American opportun
ities in that quarter. Business
men on tho Pacific Coast evident
ly realize that trade will thereby
bo groatly stimulated. Thoroforo
it is that, without tho fear of Jap
mjpho competition at homo, tho
uuitpd commercial interests of
different Coast jjorts are in heated
rivalry ns to which shall become
the fociiR of tho commerco borno
by any of the Japanese steamship
companies reaching out across
Jho Pacifio for business.
All tho other papors should bo
with tho Advertisor in objecting
to tho rehabilitation of tho Ehlcrs '
storo on the old lino of Fort street.
If the walls woro wood thero
would bo no question about re
pairs, because then tho lire would
havo put tho building outside tho
lawful limit for repairing. "Why
cannot tho Govornmont tako lime
by tho forelock, now, and con
domn so much of tho site as tho
plan for widening tho stroot re
quires? Tho damages will bo
much less while tho wood and
glass front is burnt out than after
its restoration. If tho walls of tho
building aro too valuable, in tho
proprietor's eyes, to be razed, tho
greater portiou of them may bo
preserved. "With tho front
cut back to tho now line, and re
stored in modem fashion, tho
building would - bo greatly on
hnnccd in valuo to tho proprietor.
Its setting back would extend tho
wider part of Fort stroot no
where wide enough for tho traffic
just so much aud bo in the lino
of miblio improvement. Tho
Government will bo expected to
doal firmly with this aud all
similar cases, in which thoro may
bo a conflict between private and
"Not a fow of tho passengors by
tho Alameda," tho Sydney Daily
Tolegraph says, "havo been book
ed round tho world, which is a
form of travel becoming very
popular." Hawaii might benoGt
groatly if it had an agent nt every
chiof point of embarkation, to
couviuco travelers of tho ploasuro
thoy would gain by staying ovor a
little whilo at Honolulu to onjoy
the Hawaiian climato and scenery.
Kanaka laborers in tho 6Ugar
district of Tweed River, Australia,
organized a Btriko for higher pay.
Everything was conducted on tho
most approved now union plan.
"Howovor," says a writer in tho
Sydney Telegraph, "tho strike
proved a miserable fizzle, for all
tho ironshod capitalist had to do
was put white labor in tho blaok
Commenting on tho Jameson
trial, tho Paris Figaro says that
the high sonso of justice display
ed by the English bench violently
contrasts with tho administration
of justico in France. It considers
that tho pormanont stipends paid
to English judges are tho sourco
of their indepotidenco, Fronch
judges always acting in Govorn
Burglary seems to havo its
fruiting seasons as woll as live in
A 16 to 1 Shot!
Old Prices Busted I
New Ones Prevail 1
I. LEVINGSTON, - - Manager,
Waverloy Block, Hotel Street.
E Shirts Made to Order.
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 get the most money from
them, with at same time some
comfort and satisfaction? Are
you doing it?
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 you. No user ot
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 SO 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 tne ciairy 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, frorn
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 Sprockola' Bank,
NO. 307 FORT STKTJET,
to your typo printed visiting
card, whou it is so easy to
got tho correct thing right at
No card but on engraved
one is acceptable; others aro
considered shoddy and should
not bo used.
AVo know tho correct thing,
nud any work turned out by
us, will placo you right in
tho swim. I
Every effort is being mado j
by us to koop this work nt
homo, and if a strict ndher
onco to San Francisco prices,
combined with good clean
work is nny inducomqnt to
placo orders horo, wo will got
nil your work from now on.
Boar in mind that wo aro
not trying to moot tho cut
rates of Eastern Department
stores for inferior work; but
aro doing good workj using
tho very best of material, and
ndhoring closi-ly to ruling
rates in San Francisco.
Nor is tho work confined
to Cards alone, but Wedding
and Society Stationery, Busi
ness Cards, Announcements,
Bill Heads for Professional
men, Embossing, and tho
general run of work coining
under that head, havo tho
same careful attention.
Yon may not need nny
Uiinp now, but it is well to
boar in mind when tho time
comes, nud snvo tho expense
of souding away for it.
25 and 50
Just Received ex
"Archer." . .
Every piece of our
4 Ply Hose
Also, a supply of
Castle &, Cooke
Are Well Fixed.
B5T"Wo rotor o courso to Footwear, particularly nil tho now shades
in colors for Ladies and Gentlemen.
If You Weed Fixing-snaas
Como in and See XJ.
" THIS HIT 'EM PLENTY." LAST MONTH.
The Manufacturers' Shoe Co.,
33i? Slioo Storo.
If you aro thinking of gottiug a
Bicycle, now is tho time to get
ouo whilo they last. This offer of
Bamblehs at $76.00 is not n cut in
price, so don't wait expecting to
seo tho price como nny lowor. Wo
nro offering 1895 wheels at this
price and there aro but a fow loft.
This wheel iB fitted with tho
Great &. & J. Tiro
which has proven so satisfactory
in this lnnd of tho ,
"Wo also havo a stock of tho 189f
whools both ladies and gents which
we are offering nt a low figure and
on easy terms. Como in aud have
a look at our wheels and satisfy
yourself that we aro in tho Bicycle
Stop aud think how many Nick
les nnd Dimes you might save
had you a wheel." A rido to Wni
kiki is not only n pleasure but n
Buro saving of health and strength.
You will find nw vigor by tlxMiso
of muscles nevor before brought
WHEELS THAT LAST AND DONT COST YOD
THEIR YALDE FOR REPAIRS.
E. 0. Hall & Son
Just Issued from the Press:
'How to live mi the
A Summary of Individual
N. RUSSEL, M. D
Contents: Introductory: Ilawuiiun Cli
mato, Soil and water; Tlio inlluonuo of
ground poibotiH upon the HVKtom; H election
of place for risiilonce; llnildiup of n house;
Food; HiitUiiiK; HxercUe; Concluding re
unvrkHj Hnwitiiuu Clinmto for invalids.
Prioe 50 Cents.
"OUll HEALTH POLICY."
i Uy tlio same author : l'rico 10 couti. For
tmio ni mi ooiiKBioroi).
a: i 7t
C5 1 0 DFoi't Stveet.
We've said something, once
or twice, about tlio beauties
of the dining table when
properly dressed with appro
priate china and glassware.
Everything depends upon the
quality and artistic design.
You have had China news
galore now for glassware.
You've lived half your life
with the impression that cut
glass is too high priced an
article for you to possess.
You are wrong. We aro sell
ing to day genuine cut glass
salt cellars, individual, in
different designs, for two bits
each; they've sold in other
stores- m Honolulu as high as
$2. It's- the way- we buy.
We have, also, sets consisting,
of a tray, ono pepper and one
salt, silver tops $2. ' You never
heard of them being sold any
where for less than 10. You
never saw them before in Ho
nolulu. Our stock goes from
these small pieces to the
heavier 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 use
them for preserve glasses, .
we throw in a tin top for
each. We havo an engraved
decanter, holds a quart, 35
cents, a pressed glass pickle
or olive dish for 10 cents, a
bor.y aut, 7 pieces, 75 conts.
1 he average man does not
know how much glass is
used in the household. Wo
do, and we havo 150 patterns
of glasses to select from. In
lamp chimneys we have all
surts. No. 1 A, three for a
quarter; No. 2 A, ten cents
Von Holt Building.
Brass Signs and
Gliding on Glass Specialties
BST All kinds of Contruots for
Union Stroot, noxt to Storling,
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