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EVENING BULLETIN, OCTOBER 0, 1890.
' BY AUTHORITY.
Postal Savings Bank No
tice. Notice I hereby Riven that from and alter
.Hmwy ), I"t7. the ratu of Interest allowed
mi l'uftil Sntlin; lhnk necuunU will lie
four anil one linlf (4) jier cent per annum.
.103. M OAT,
4J")3t. I'lutinmtor flencrat.
5i; Euei)ii)($ Bulletin,
DANIEL LOGAN, Editor.
TUESDAY, OUT. G, 1800.
Should a nn'stako bo niado in
tlio soloction of u Circuit Judge
now, if it is only bud ouougli to
bo too b.id, it would doubtless bo
roctitipcl by tlio Sonato's disap
proval two years honco. Much
harm could bo done, liowever, by
an incompetent incumbent in that
timo. It is a great pity that tho
oilice does not attract lawyers of
long residence, mature knowledgo
and ripo exporience. Nobody
could fill this bill moro satisfac
torily than Mr. Kosa--a nativo of
tho country, a well-read student
and above the average- as an ad
vocate. That gentleman is under
stood, however, to bo averse to
giving up his praclico for tho
bench. The country is scarcely
far enough advanced to insist on
tho local residonco idea. How
many lawyers properly eligible
for tho vacant position aro there
in tho Circuit whose residence
Ihero is not comparatively of very
Tecent date r With Mr. Itosa in
temporary incumbency tlio Piohi
dont hns time to look over tho wholo
field and make tho beat choice
available. As a lawyer and a
judge himself, President Dole
fcatcely needs any advice in tho
NOT A BOOM.
It is a groat mistako to say that
Honolulu has had an exceptional
building boom in tho past three
years. Probably moro money
was spent in erecting business
blocks and structures of a public
nature in any corresponding
period for a dozen years previ
ous. Indeed, the greater part of
business Honolulu, ns it now
Mauds, was built in tho ton
or eleven years prior to 1893,
mid tho same titno witnessed tho
tearing of Kauniakapili and Cou
tral Union churches, tho Katnoha
meha huhool buildings, the Police
Station, tho Kapuaiwa building,
No. 3 firo-station, and other
public or semi-public buildings.
Thero has been a gratifying
amount of activity in tho oxten
bion of tho residential area all
along, with perhaps a consi
derably increased ratio in tho
3ast year from different stimu
lating causes. The town has
been growing right straight
nlong, .ono might say, from
the inauguration of tho recipro
city treaty twenty years ago.
Thero is uo particular boom just
now and it is wrong to send an
impression abroad that skilled
labor is in demand for tho build
Brazilian immigration agents
lately worked up tho Fronch
Labi aiiB of Quebec to such an ex
tent that a largo steamer at Mont
real was crowded with emigrants
lor tho big South American re
public, ft was in vain that the
press hud warned tho population
of tho peril of Hying to ills they
know not of, for a largo propor
tion of the habitant) never road a
-newspaper, therefore is outside
tlio sphere of press influence An
immeuso crowd of their com
patriots, however, gathered at tho
liver to see tho self-exiling people
off. Tho crowd denounced tho
emigrants' action as both utiwiso
and unpatriotic with such olo
quonco that many of tho intend
inc passoucors, including entire
I families, recovered thoir baggngo
and walked down the gangways
not .to roturu.
These French-Canadians would
likely make a valuable element of
labor supply for llawaii if thoy
could bo got. Thoy aro hardy and
industrious, and, when their con
tracts woro ouded, would mako
good sottlers. Of ono of tho
brightest races in tho world, their
children taught in our scIiodIs
would bo good material for build
ing up the commonwealth. Used
to popular institutions tlio parents
would encourage thoir sous to
qualify for tho franchise. Thero
aro somo points of resemblance
I betweon tho French and tho Ha
waiian races lively spirits, natu
ral oloquonco, hospitality, etc.
These remarks aro only in tho
line of suggestion, justified, how
ovor, by tho roported desire of our
planters to introduce labor of Eu
"Parent" is probably hypercriti
cal in his satirical estimate of part
of tho teaching methods to which
his child is subjected. Mangoes
ought to bo as good certainly
they nro equally interesting, to
say tho least fur counting sym
bols in school ns tho uueutable
balls in an abacus. Still it can
not bo denied that a groat deal of
the text books, us woll as of tho
methods of touching, now extant
t-oems to have boon invented on
the presumption that all children
aro congenital idiots. Beading
books for children who have long
since mastered words of more than
ono syllable are fillod with non
sonsical jabbor about nothing,
when thoy might bettor be tho
vehicles of convoying usoful in
formation to tho growirg mind.
An eclectic article elsewhere,
headed "Nobility in Hard Linos"
by tlio way, "r lyalty" was tho
word used in tho paper fiom
which it was cut mentions tho
preseut Premier of Great Britain
as having onco worked with pick
and shovel in the Australian gold
mines. This is a fact that has
been hoard rotated by Australians
in Honolulu. Perhaps this is ono
reason of Lord Salisbury's sue
cess in undeimining the diploma
tic schemes of other countries.
Petroloum V. Nasby's cross
roads philosophy survives its au
thor His treatment of tho silver
quostiou eighteen years ago ro
tains its cogency of leasoniug
for tho preseut controversy. It
leavos nothing to bo decided but
tho question whether free coinage
will or will not prove to bo a de
preciation of tho currency.
An interesting study in pouolo
gy is afforded in that story of a
French convict who found hiB
clandestine liberty insupportablo
from its many hardships and who
sought surcouso from his woes in
a return to penal banishment.
Bicycle club usefulness would
bo enhanced by tho discounten
ancing of "scorching" on tho
sheets. The practice is all too
provalent aud will inevitably yield
a crop of accidents if not sup
pressed. Tho Pacifio Hardware Co. havo
received by tho Australia two con
I signmouts of picturo moulding
I aud mat board, and aro prepared
' to executo orclors at lower prices
I than ovor kuowu bofoie in Hono
Tlio u ml c reigned, the Ali;nee In Bank
ruptcj of tlio JJatiito of II V liurtelinann,
(jlvi-s noilco tuat lie lia HU-il In tlio CI cult
Court, l'lret Circuit. Hawaii in Isluutln, IiIb
uciounU us eiicli Awlgaeti and hat asked for
a hcttleiuent of tlio siiiiu and a ilUclnuc und
thai hearing on tho binio lum been ti.t lor
Kilduy, October Dili. lSJfl, a ID o'c ck a. in.
.fslnnec of tlio Katateof II I'. Ilvitelniaun,
AEAT CHOPPERS, BIRD
CAGES AND RAIN
Before Whitelaw Reid be
came Minister to France he
devoted a good deal of his
time to the conduct of his pa
per, the Tribune. The copy
editors who put up the head
lines of stories of the day fell
into the habit ol making most
of them interrogative, as, for
instance, "Was it murder or
suicide?" or "Did she kill him
for love?" or "Will the Presi
dent sign it?" etc.
The whole.paper was speck
led with interrogative points.
The thing had been going for
weeks, till one day a postal ar
rived, addressed to Mr. Reid,
and marked personal. It read
"I'm getting awful tired of
your questions. Why don't
you find out something? A
great newspaper is supposed to
know eveiything, and ought
not to annoy its readers with
needless inquiries. This morn
ing you asked: "Will Ar.
Piatt consent?" How the h-1
do I know?
That night an order came
that the Tribune must ask few
In spite of Whitelaw Reid's
experience we are tempted to
ask the people of Hawaii a few
leading questions, just an even
half a dozen of them.
Question l Have you seen
the new improved American
Meat and Vegetable Chop
per? If you haven't it will pay
you to call and take a look at it.
It has an automatic rotarymove
ment as well as the up and
down chopping motion. They
are simply and cheap and a
child can operate them.
Question 2 Have you seen
the new, Brass Bird Cages
we have just received? They
are beauties and they only cost
from 2.0 to $4.$0 according
Question Have you seen
the Painted Bird Cages we
are offering at 1.25 to $2.00?
Question 4 Have you seen
the Hartman Steel Wire
Mats we are offering? The
rainy season is coming on and
they are just what you want.
They are cheap, cleanly and
Question J Have you seen
the Rain Gauges we have
lately imported? With one of
these little instruments you
can laugh at the Clerk of the
Weather and give him a point
er after every storm.
Question 6 Haveyou seen
the latest thing out? It is a
portable bootblack stand, made
of iron, which can be screwed
to a post anywhere and moved
in any direction. Must be seen
to be appreciated. Complete
with brushes, two kinds of
blacking, etc., only 2.0.
Hawaiian Hardware Co.
Opposite Spreckels' Bank,
NO. 307 FORT STREET.
that wo aro prepared at
all times to do your Copper
Plato Engraving and Printing
on Cauls, Wedding and Society
Also, Pino Monogram Em
bossing, Address Dies aud
Stamping in colors or plain.
Cards from your plato S1.G0
1 H. F. Wichman,
Don't you need n watch?
One thnt you can depend
upon. The kind wo sell.
We nre selling Wnlthaius
in a dust proof case for
and fully warrant them in
Wo sell other makes,
some ns low as 5.00,
others as high as $200.00.
Our stock is so largo, wo
would take pleasure in
helping you to a watch at
so low a price your pocket
would not feel tho lift.
No pie plates sold, ut
most reliability in every
Light and Serviceable.
Castle & Gooke
I WR KnowSedg
V ti a HSVzm oA....u
m t im i ii in i.m jrw mi m m m mi m r o
sum m i uwca
ml I 1
(is W- m IJs
tho best shoemakers in tho world
trade and we don't know of anything too gooil for the people
of this town.
The Manufacturers' Shoe Co.,
33icr Shoe Store.
If you aro thinking of getting a
Bicycle, now is tho timo to get
ono while thoy last. This offer of
Eamiileiis at 875.00 is not a cut in
price, bo don't wait oxpocting to
see the price como auy lower. Wo
nre offering 1895 wheels at this
price and there aro but a fow loft.
This wheel is fitted with tho
Great G-. & .T. Tire
which has proven so satisfactory
in this laud of tho
Wo also havo n stock of tho 189G
wheels both ladies and gents which
wo aro offering at a low figure and
on easy terms. Como in and havo
u look at our wheels and satisfy
yoursolf that we are in the Pioycle
Stop and think how many Nick
les and Dimes you might save
had you a wheel. A lido to Wai
kiki is not only a pleasure but a
sure saving of health and strongth.
You will find now vigor by thouso
of muscles nevor before brought
WHEELS TDAT L&ST AUD DON'T COST YOU
THEIR VALUE FOR REPAIRS.
E. 0. Hall & Son
Hotel Street Shaving Parlor.
Three Chairs. FIrst-claaa Work.
Ilair Cutting 15 o.
Sliaviag 15 o.
Hotel street opposite Botliol.
JAS. N. K. KEOLA,
TYrEWHITElt, Coi'YlST, TlUNSLA-
Ton (English and Hawaiian)
RT Offlco wltli W. R. CASTLE. 425 tf
Notice in heroliy uivon thnt I will not be
I responsible (or any debtn contracted by my
W1I6. V. H. I'AUL.LiIWA,
and our knowledge of tho
shoe makers and their pro
ducts gives us the power
to buy the best that's
made, with ready cash in
hand wo can and do go to
and pick what best suits our
d 1 0 Port Stroot.
Glasses are Glasses
and the best can bo obtain
ed only where the dealer makes
a specialty of the lino. We
have moro glasses on our sam
ple table than somo dealers
have in their entire stock, and
thero is not a sample there
but what has a stock from
which orders may bo filled.
Gwek Star Palleta
that never sold in Honolulu
for less than $2.f0 per dozen,
may bo had of us for a dollar.
They nre tumblers fit to grace
any table, and thero is nothing
better in quality unless Dor
flinger's cut is selected.
Tvo Other Styles
Engraved, fine quality, clear
flint, not a defect in them; go
to you at the same price.
These are now goods.
temoa Squash Glasses
built to hold a long drink,
aro in demand in a warm clim
ate. We have small ones too,
only hold a thimble full.
Sometimes it is all (ou caro to
take. Then thero are others
which hold more, suited' to
medicine or something else.
You know the size and maybe
you know whufc thoy nro used
SherM or Custard Cups
may bo had in cut glass for
4; plain ones for 2.
Von Holt Building.
Puumii Tract !
A Lot 50 feet by 100 feet
On the Instalment Tlnn and 10 rorcent
Diaaonut (or Cmh.
W Apply to
JAS. P. MORGAN,
Or W. 0. ACHI, Itoal Tstato Ilrokor.
September 21, 1890. 412.tr.
NOTARY PUBLIC and TYPEWRITER v
Office: 203 Merchant street. Cnmpboll
Illoclt rear ol J. O. Cartcr'u office. P. O.
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