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The IlaWiiliiti Govertimont Koiinnl nnil
Triilulug Softool rili ocn tit tho High
Pnhool bnililiiiK, Mondny tnnmiuH, Spt. 7.
Vpplirant rIiuuM ln nt least sixteen
yoats o( no ami triioTtld pjiwena oimnd
tiotlHy lipalth anil n couil mural clmrnotor.
To be mUulltorl to tho KGliior cIurb,
fltmlciitrt iiiuBt picsent h firsUclnsa pre '
nwy certlRculo or ittt oqnlviilont.
GrudttntCd receive ceillflcatos or ilip
loniiiR vvuloli nro license? to ttuoh In
Tnitlou Is freo.
For futtlior p-utieJiilum callon or mldioai
J. L. DUMAS,
S!;$ Euei)ir$ Bulletig, ;
DANIEL. LOGAN. Editor.
FRIDAY, BEl'T. 4, 1896.
Till! IMi'.I.IJtM.II v.sv.
The Oelfiuliuil VrtifPMCf-tf f Tim
Thoro was very littlo additional
testimony to that published in
yodloulny's Bulletin presented
in tho l?itzgernll case yesterday
nfi-ijiotiu. Tho defense oiToral
tin Iwtiinony whatovpr nud tho
defendant w:ia nt once sentenced
to '- iKi- mipiiaoniuent nt hard
luii!-.), slnch uiu tho full limit.
Attorney Cioighton for the do-fc.i-e
jr.ve notice of appeal to tho
OirenitCourt on two gioumUcFirtt,
for mitigation of senloueo and,
second, ou a quostion of juris
diction. It appears thoro is some
donlit in to whether Iho District
iI"iiMi.trutt has power to f.cnt.'nco
for tlio oriino of assault with si
deadly weapon or whether ho
merely nits h aeommiitiiiff magis
tv.i'... Attorney (.'icijjnon -will
curry the mntter up to tlio highest
tribunal in order to have it dotor
miued. so 12.0511:.:: ,vi :sa:ii: .::.
'uto:icl nic.S.'jaii uilrnIliMs a nrim
ri adtjUiitcn Fiit Ilegimcnt
National (Innrd of Hawaii, Ilono-
lniu, . h., Sept. 4, mm.
ElUTOlt Evr.N'INO Bulletin : I
beg h'nve to politely cull your at
tention to un article in hint ovon
iny'rt Bullktix headed "Trouhlo
in the Ban neks." Such a stato
moiit is absolutely incorrect and
without foundation. For good
mid sufficient reasonu, in connec
tion wiili discipline and propriety,
I have given certain orders, and
such orders are, and will bo abso
lutely olj"v-d: nor is there tho
slightest trouhlo of any kind at
the barracks. Very respectfully,
1, U. Mc Lean,
Col. 1st Kcgt., N. U. H.
Drt'P .Sen l"lli.
Captain Bosohill of tho schoon
er Norma has favored tho BiTu,r
tin with a big chunk of brain
food in the shapuof a huge mullet,
out of tho cargo of fi&h he brought
fiom French Frigate Shoals.
This gift specimen was
about two foot long aud no fat as
it could roll. Its libio it delicate
and its flavor equal to tho finest
mullet of Hawaiian inland or sea
waters. Captain Rosehill will
place hib curo on tl.u market
tomorrow, and everybody should
try to get a tasto of it. Ho will
not go back to tho fishing grounds
this year, as tho season is too ud-vnnci-d.
lltnriMii'u V.'I.Iic'm idi'llittuy.
l!,i- ti'm ot Macf.-irlime & Co.
uloocd at 1 o'clock today in honor
of the birthday of their popular
bookkeeper, Blr. Clarence White,
who ia forty eight yens of ago to
day. During the morning numer
ous friend?, have called on him to
present their congratulations aud
ho has bf.it) tho recipient of many
handsome (okeiif, of their regard,
ilou'-ir1 ''! '11." Bi'LUTtN joins
with til- ot!ur Irimds of .Mr.
"White in winiiing him many hap
py retuttiR of tho day.
Biugorn lead the world. Over
13,000,000 made and sold. High
est awards at tho World's Colum
bian Exposition for excel 1 once of
construction, legularity of motion,
eaBO of motion, yroat speed, ad
juBtability, durability, onHe of
learning ud convonionce of nr
rangoment. B. Borgoraeu, agent,
King and Bethel streets.
Ttli: I'Oltll'Ut'l.Ni: COMIMNV.
Continued from Jul Potje.
This company had tho handicap
of going into tho competition with
out expocting to win tho prize, t
Captain McCarthy had not ) o n
in coiumaud long enough to pre
jpre his men for the event. Itn
object in entering w;.'i putely out
of tespect for tho Commamler-iu-Ohiof
who had offered tho prir.o.
Company A, known as the "Cer
tnaiiB," emorged with martial tread
and formidable array. Capt. Paul
Smith mported thrco officers and
fifty men. He gave a splendid
osliibition with his coiumaud. His
ordorn came quick anil in clarion
tones attuned, in tho moro lengthy
phr.ivs, like tho intonation of a
chant. I'opnlar comment tan that
this vnn Co. O'h sole rival. A few
blunders in tho ranks innrml the
general good effect, one that was
amusing being the dropuing of
i sonio men in the wrong direction
nt the order to lio do.vn. Tho
company wus particularly good in
1 tho rapid luoii'iueutfl, itSHkirmih-
j ing tactics being exciting in thoir
I warlike effect-". The company to-
ceise.l a libeia! ined of cheering
i Capt. Catnara with Co. C, tho
1 Portuguese contingent, thongh
, coming lat piotd from tho wry
i stmt that his command was not
'tho least, by loug odds, in mili
taiy appearance and efficiency,
i Two commissioned officers, fivo
sergeants and thiity-two mon
1 formed the complmnt. Puncti
liou-. to a liue point in details,
I which is ono of tho supremo
virtues in the finished soldiot's
eye, tho cnplaiu had his command
j in peifecl discipline. Their
I manual of arms, spacing, maroh
I ing, firing, skirmishing every
thing in fact -wis worthy of the
llowi-r of any army. L.hid cheers
I greeted them at frequent intervals,
and when they marched into
' quarters thrir stock was in tho
; After bienking ranks iuiido
I Companies (, D and C redpec
I tivoly tapped kegs of foaming
i lager and iudu'eru for the rest of
! tho evening in mild hilaiity.
, Charlie's boys discussed Mclviu-
ley and Bryan for a llavor to their
I social convpixo with each other
ti'ii. viMtu.g Irien.ls. the i.atno
lads sang their gay songs and
danced the national mode. In
tho Portuguese quarters tho 'oid
iug diversion was toasts and ora
tory. Captniu Cainara delivered u
neat spoech in beautiful English
idiom, calling forth a repetition of
the romark hoard at tho drill, that
tho Portuguese captain had tho
purest English accent of any offi
cer in tho routes.
Hopes that tho decision of tho
judges would bo given out that
ovening were disappointed. Tho
judg . ifiiiYiid tln'ir decision to
President Dole ao Commander-in-Chief.
It awarded first place iu
excellence or performance to
rl -, .,i i -.
company i, wim v hccoiki, u
third and D fourth. So the Por
tuguese company wears tho
laurels. That Co. G only takes
third placo, after making such a
handsome showing, only goes to
provo tho very liijh dpgreo of
elliciency that tho militia of the
liopublic of Hawaii has attained.
m e m
lliiriin llio I'rtt'oint.
Burns i3 unique in the utaltor
of his work. Ho was born and
lived and died among the people.
Others have described peasant lifo
from above, Burns knew it froi l
tho inner and tho under side It
is said that the gloomy auger
which ho showed after the Edin
lmi.h i-i' v, .n (1 i i il. j Iu I
that he failed to obtain a post
which would save him from tho
drudger) of ta. miug. AVe may bo
th u.ki'nl that sn-h s.i iLo caao;
what Burns lost, literatuto has
gained. Because he iievnr left
the country and the enmity life,
Jio sang of them always from ac
tual observation, never from jaded
reminiscence. Ho lived what ho
wrote, more, perhaps, than any
other author, and honco his mat
ter is unique, being new nnd fresh,
and fa.' of the nl. To tlin mat
ter lus manner torrespoiuis when
ho narrates with sagacious and
humorous common-sense, and a
kind of sublimated sense is tho
murk of Burns's best narrativo
nr, aguiu, in thoso lyrics whore
the feeling is oo inteuso that tho
thought and the stylo cannot but
be pure. Blackwood's Magazine
Nicely furnished rooms at tho
Popular House, lf4 Fort stroot,
from $1.00 per week up.
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tnely f opiej
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 or.
We have just ' received a
fresh supply and again call
attention to their merits.
Have you one or mois cows?
It 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
cennifugal creaming. Giavily
causes the cream to rise in the
old way. The separator sim
ply adds centrifugal foice to
giavity. It merely uses two
natural forces instead of one
only, i It effects the complete
separation of cream from milk,
which is not possible in anv
other way, and in the most all
around practical mannei.
The De Laval Cteam Separ
ators are in almost universal
use the world over. They have
revolutionized dairying me
thods The Stale" Colleges
and Experiment Stations all
use and advocate them. A'tore
than 8,000 have been sold.
All practical creameries have
long used them. Piogresiive
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 "13" or
Dairy Cream Separators are
now made in six diderent
styles and sizes. They range
in capacity from 1 50 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 of from 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
ali :.i t wholly in nich wiy.
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 infended for
household use. It is very
small, veiy compact, extremely
simple, easily understood and
cared for, safe and durable. It
posscv.es, every advantage to
be lound in any of the larger
Samples and prices of these
Hawaiian Hardware Co.
Opposite Spreckols' Bank,
NO. 307 ffCRT STS-FJET.
SEPTEMBER 4, 18.
that wo nro prepared at
all timos to do your Copper
Plato Engraving ftnd Printing
on Cauls, Wedding and Soototy
Stationery; Announcement; ,
Also, Fino Monogram Em
bossing, Address Dies and
Stamping in colors or plain.
Cards from your plato SI 50
H. F. Wichman,
Don't ynn noed a wutcli?
One Hint you can depend
upon. Tho kind wo soil.
We nro soiling Wnltlmms
in a dust proof cnso for
and fully warrant thorn in
.1 Wo soil other tmikes,
soino us low as 5.00,
others as high us $'200.00.
Our stock is so large, wo
would take pleasure in
helping you to a watch at
so low a price your pocket
would not feci the lift.
No pie plateH sld, ut
most reliability in every
25 and 50
Just Received ex
"Archer." . .
Every pieco of our
Also, a supply of
f 7 KP
ay b gvuiK.a)
Castle &o Oooke
jBauuimwi ".i.imw."1 uumiiii W "?
III B ttVUlffi
A I I I OT
C7 f M il
the best shoutnak. rs m tlio world and pick what best suits our
trade mid wo don't know of anything too good for the people
of this town.
The Manufacturers' Shoe &
Eitr Shoe tSloi'o-
t ! T-if Vt1t& V
If you are thinking of netting n
15icom:, now is the time to got
ono whilo they lar.t. This oll'or of
IIamuleiih at S75.00 is not a cut in
pi ice, so don't wt.il expecting to
see tho prico come any lower. Wo
are offering 18i)5 wheels ot this
prico and there aro but a few left.
This wheel is fitted with tho
Great GJ- JSc .T. Tiro
whioh has proven so satisfactory
iu this laud of the
We also have a stock of the 1S9G
whcols both ladies and gents which
wo aro offering at a low figure and
on enuy terms. Come in and have
a look nt our wheels and satisfy
yourself that we aro in the l!icycle
Stop aud think how many Niok
les and Dimes you might save
had you a wheel. A ride to "Wai
kiki is not only a pleasure but a
Hiiro saving of health aud streng'h.
You will iind now vigor by thouso
of muscles uovor before brought
WHEELS THAT L&ST AUD'BONT COST YOH
THEIR VALUE FOR REPAIRS.
HAWAIIAN BASEBALL &880GI&TI0H
Saturday, Sept 5, 1896
G.uii: Caw.uu at 8:80 r. sr.
Aclnaittsion, - 25c-
nnd our knowledge ofcho
shoo luf-kcrsand their pro
ducts gives U8 tho power
to buy tho host that's
made, with rendy ensh in
hunt! wo can atul do go to
C510 JF'oTt Sti'pet.
By tho Albert which arriv
ed a few d.iya ago wo re
ceived 128 Gurncy Clennablo
Refrigerators, ringing in size
from tho small household ico
box to that used iu a grocery
store. It was a lame in
voice not eonnin-rierl li-
bought outright. Theso 1i- '
frigerators and ice boxfea'S .
have nine points t f excel- r'
lence, to wit:
Cleanliness, freo circulation;
economy in the use of ice;
condensation and dry air; low
avurngo temperature; freedom
from condensation on the inner
walls; free do, n from damage
by the use of ico picks; proper
location of drip pipe and long
life. Tin so points are found
only in the Gurnoy Cloanuble.
Now for tho reason for tho
hrgo purchase. There nro
128 persons in Honolulu who
need refrigerators, many of
them have old ones. Wo pro
pose leasing theso rofrigerators
on the following terms: Tho
selling prico of tho article is
divided by six: when tho rofri
gerutor is dolivered one-sixth
of tho prico is paid in cash
and monthly thereafter iu
equal payments until the
entire amount is paid. If
before the expiration of tho
six months, the lessee wishes
to pay off tho balance ho will
be entitled to a discount of
five por cent, on tho amount
unpaid. If a customer wants
to buy outright for cash, ho
gets fivo per cent, discount
on the entiro amount.
The Gurncy Cleanablo can
bo had only of us.
Von kfolt Building.
' ' yfcwj-iMff m
Diirinpj Mr. llomilmnu's nbsenco, Jlr.
KuiiiR will lm vo oh.iro of my books nml
iittDul to nil folleatiiiim. Ho am bo fouml
oitlitrnt Mr. ISijarriimin's ollicu lit Ogiiru it
Co.'or nt my ollko.
!""-tf Dit. ircnncnT.
ALMA COTTAGU AND THE LAItGE
Tto.mh Tint Hiirrntinrlliiff (n-r wif n ..in.n.i.
ublo tonus. This is u Imrcalu: Ainily to
;iu-lia rilANJi IIUST
HOTARY PUBLIC and TYPEWRITER
Omeis: 203 Mot chant street, Campbell
Jjloolt fiear of J. O. Cuitor'u ofllcol. l O.