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E-'f 4 EVENING BULLETIN, SEPTEMBER 2(5, 1890. .
1 SATU11DAY. SEPT. 26. 1896. 1 $
Editor H. M. Whitupy, in tho
Planters' Monthly for Soptombor,
Rpeaks of tho increased uso of
fruits us duily food abroad, add
ing: During a rocout visit to the
Anioricnn const, wo uoticod a mnrk
t'd improvoruont in the upnoaranco
of the bananas offered for salo in
tho fruit stores. Those packed in
boxesjiirogonernllyoponod in fresh
and unbruimnl condition, and ns
tho bunches hung in tho stores
tho fruit seemed as fresh as though
it hud been gathered only yester
day. Vessels in tho. Jamaica fruit
trade aro fitted with beams on
which tho bunches h ug,uud usual
ly they are carried across tho ocean
with very little chafing of tho
fruit, which is deposited in cold
storage buildings until disposed
of to tho tiado. Both dealers and
consumers givo a proferonco to
our Iluwniian Ohineso bananas,
both for eating and keeping qual
ities, over either tho Coutral
American or West Indian varie
ties, except when they cultivate
tho same kiud as ours. Tho supe
riority of tho Hawaiian banana as
a tablo fruit is dually this: thnt
it has a finer taste, and, when
fully ripo, it can bo sufoly eaten
by young and old alike; and oven
for nursing children and bod rid
den invalids, it is not only harm
less, but tho most nourishing fruit
that can bo eaton. For invalids,
however, bananas in tho form of
Hour is cousidorcd a still moro
It is learnod somi-ofiicially that
tho necessary attentions to Emma
square have for somo time past
bosn aivaiting a dull spell in tho
Bureau of Public Works. It is
intended ono "tomorrow" to hnvo
tho Feats repairod, and thoir backs
will bo trimmed shnrp to prevent
big lubbets from sitting oh them,
as this has been the chief cause of
broken backs. Tho decayed vege
tation is removed periodically, but
it is hard to keep up with
the constant shedding of foliage.
As for maintaining a carpet of
grass, it is out of tho question.
Tho square is so small and tho
attondanoo at concorts so nu
merous, that any "keep off tho
grass" edict would be sheer non
sense. Commissioner Marsdon is
not neglecting the public squares
at all, but his powers aro limited.
Attorney-General Smith stated
to a Bulletin reporter yesterday
morning that the popular impres
sion that all foreign diplomats,
consuls, etc., wero exempt from
arrest was erroneous. It is only
foreign ministers and such of
their attaches whose names aro
duly registered in tho Foreign
office as beiug connected with tho
legation who coma within the
exemption . International courte
sy, Mr. Smith added, usually ox
touded tho exemption to other
representatives whore thero was
no minister. Ho much regretted
tho recent arrest, which ho termed
a piece of gross carelessness, but
it was something of which tho
Government would tako no official
Tv pewritiug seems to have de
veloped a groat deal of bad spell
ing in legal documents. It is to
bo hoped the night schools will
woik un improvement. Tho Bul
letin may ono day begin to give
samples oE wrong orthography
out of the records.
The trial of AVilliam Hickoy
for malicious injury and mischief,
which has been postponed in tho
l'olico Court from lime to time,
camo oil' this morning. At the
conolusiou of tho testimony for
tho prosecution a nolle prosequi
was entoreu and tho defendant
CONTAINING TWO STO
RIES AND ONE
A New England Congress
man recently sent one of his
constituents a package of flow
er seeds for the latter's wife,
and received a genuine Yankee
acknowledgment. The latter
thanked the member for the
flower seeds so kindly sent,
"including sweet peas and
other varieties of long, unpro
nounceable, unintelligible, ro
mantic names. We have plant
ed the seeds," the letter con
tinued, "and if they grow we
will use the names to train the
In the same connection one
tells at the capitol of a visitor
to a committee - room who
found a Congressman's clerks
busily directing seed packages.
"What are you doing?" the
"Sending out garden seeds,"
was the answer.
"Seeds?" said the other.
"This late in the season you
ought to be sending out vege
tables." You may think it hard to
find the moral to the above
stories but we know better. It
is concealed in the oven of one
of our lately imported
Model St. Clair Wood
You buy the stove and we
throw in the moral. These
model St. Clairs are truly
"model," for they are peifcct.
They have every convenience,
including spacious oven, and
in addition a commodious hot
water tank situated at the back
of the stove. A six-hole cook
ing surface is sufficient to do
the cooking of a large family
and these stoves are built for
that purpose. They are solid
and substantial, are tastefully
ornamented and sell for $50.00.
Should you prefer a range
we can recommend the "Gol
den Anvil" as the best made..
These are built of steel through
out and burn either wood or
coal. We have them in two
sizes, $50 and $6$.
You may need a handy lan
tern for the barn. We have
them with glass oil containers
instead of tin. They are much
neater, cleaner and nicer than
the old style and your fingers
Won't smell of Kerosene after
handling them. They only cost
Hawaiian Hardware Co.
Opposite Sprockets' Bank,
NO. 307 FORT STREET.
that wo aro propared at
all times to do your Copper
Plato Engraving and Printing
on Coids, Woddiug and Socioty
Also, Fino Monogram Em
boBsing, Address Dies and
Stamping in colors or plain.
Cards from your plato 1 0
H. F. Wichman,
Dm't you need a watch?
Ono that you can depend
upon. The kind wo sell.
Wo nro selling Walthams
iu a dust proof case for
and fully warrant them in
Wo sell other makes,
somo as low as $5.00,
others ns high ns 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 feol the lift.
No pio plates sold, ut
most reliability in every
25 and 50
Just Beccived ex
"Archer." . .
Every piece of our
4 Ply Hose
Also, a supply of
Gastle & Cooke
No. 10, Kort Street.
FOR THIS WEEK THE SPECIAL ATTRACTIONS
Etageres, Inlaid Desks,
Hand Carved Ivory,
Tortoise Sholl Combs
I KNICK KNACKS!
KNICK KNAUCS I
! In Infinite Variety!
A now lrgo consignment of
French C!aret !
litis received a large coubisuiucnt of
Frenoh v Claret v Wine
&&- Ex "JHowera."
Best Wino in the
IN THE CIIltlUIT COUNT OF THE
'irnt Cironit, Ilnwdiiuu l- iiidn. Iu tho
Mutter of the llankriiptoy of Walter A.
Wright of Wuimeii, Kumii. Creditor of
tho unid Bankrupt aro hereby ntil!ed to
coru'i in and prove thoir debts before tho
Clerk of tho Circuit Couit of tho First Cir
cuit, nt the Court flottbo in Honolulu, on
MONDAY, tho 28th day of September,
1S9I3, between the hours of ten o'olook in
tho forenoon aud noon of the said day, uad
elect nn Assignee, or Assigntes, of the said
By the Court.
41.'t-5t ' Clerk.
We wish to give notieo thnt C. D. Chase
no longer acts for tho Gcrmnniii Life
Insurance Company ol New Yoik, We
take plwnsnre iu nunouncing that Mr.
C. It. CurtittH, a perfectly reiinblo nnd
gentlemanly man, will remain iu Honolulu
for the present to ntteud to the affairs of
THE GEUMAKIA LIFE 1NSUUAN0E
O.IMPANY OF NEW YU1UC
By its Attorney,
J. ALFRED MAGOONs
Dated Honolulu, September 17, 1800.
Notice is hereby ujven that I. the under
signed, hns this day Riven n full power of
attornoy to Mr. Au Cou Cheo, of Knpua,
Island of Kauai, who will act for me
during my abseme from the Islands.
Dated at llanulci, Kauai, Aug .lint, 1890.
SOO-lm TAM HEE SEE WO.
During Mr. Uoardmau'B aU-ence, Mr.
EwIiir will have charge of uiy books aud
attend to all collections. Ho ean ho found
either at Mr. llourdmau's oflico at Ogmu te
Co.'s or at my offico.
335-tf Dlt. HKltBEllT.
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' the best shoemakers in tho world
trado and wo don't know of anything too good for tho people
of this town.
The Manufacturers' Shoe Co.,
Biqr Shoe Store.
ST"-'. V jfl'mi
If you aro thinking of gotting a
Bioyole, now i3 tho timo to got
ono while they last. This ofTor of
Ramblehs at 875.00 is not a out in
price, bo don't wait ospocting to
boo tho price come any lowor. Wo
are offering 1805 wheols nt this
prico and thero nro but n few loft.
Hiis whool is fitted with tho
Great . ,& J. Tire
which 1ms proven so satisfactory
iu this laud of the
"Wo nlso hnven stock of the 1896
wheels both Indies and gonts which
we aro offering at a low figure aud
on ensy terms. Como in and have
a look at our wheels aud satisfy
yourself that we aro in tho Bicycle
An. Investment '
Stop and think how mnuy Nick
les aud Dimes you might save
had you a wheel. A ride to Wai
kiki is not only a pleasure but a
sure saving of health and strength.
You will find now vigor by the use
of muscles nevor before brought
WHEELS THAT LAST AUD DON'T COST YOU
THEIR VALUE FOR REPAIRS.
E. 0. Ha!! & Son
OatTON". NlKLL k Co.. i . i Prnnrfatnra.
1 John Nieli,, i s : i i t t Superintendent.
General Repair Shop!
JOBBING A SPECIALTY
Queen street, between Aluken
and lllchards streets.
irsMSHoLtlw B .
and our knowledge of tho
shoe makers and their pro
duels gives us the power
to buy the best that's
made, with ready cash in
hand wo run mut An m fr
- &" "
and pick what best suits our
CJIO Fort Street.
Tho flics bother the bald
headed man, likowiso tho man
who has plenty of hair. They
aro nnnoyanco at table and in
the house generally. We have
a killer that does its work with
Neatness and Dispatch. A
Combination Thermon and
Barom is a handy thing to
havo about the house next to
a clock thero is nothing like
it, and we sell thorn in polished
oak frames for 1 each.
We have a Lemonade Shak
er, made in Temperance ville,
Long Island, that is tho most
convenient article of tho kind
ever offered for sale. By its
uso it is impossible for tho
seeds to get into tho glass and
a little air pipe prevonts explo
sion from an accumulation of
gasses. What do you think
A Nickle - Plated Crumb
Tray and Scraper, neat design
for 75 cents. You never saw
anything in your life so much
like silver that was not silver.
, There's no necessity now for
your bird to bo in an old cage.
Wo sell them made of solid
brass for 75 cents each, regu
lar prico $2.
Von Holt Building.
HAS TAKEN THE
Photograph : Gallery,
Opposite Love's Bakory on
Nuuanu -:- Street,
Where ho will onfer immediately into the
work of Taking Pictures. Mr. Beverin has
had years of experience at this branch and
has uhvays mot with success in it.
MARY PUBLIC M TYPEWRITER
Offioki 208 Merchant street, Campbell
Block Dear of J. O. Gaiter's offlco. V, O,
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