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EVENING BULLETLN, OCTOBER 10, 1800.
5I?2 Euepi Bulletin,
DANIEL LOGAN, Editor.
MONDAY, OOT. 19, 1890.
' whoro. Both aro vital questions
Lord KoBobery's resignation of , ioug domauding solution in Ho
iho leadership of tho Liberal ! nolulu.
party, announced in tho Coptic's j
advices, is significant of "tho fool What aro wo to do with tourists
ing in England on tho Armouinn whou tho proposod Buroau of lu
quostion. Boforo Mr. Gladstone's formation kidnaps them, if tho
great speech nt Livorpool wns do-1 Govornmont do not allow n first
livored and published broadcast, I class soasido hotel to bo estnb
Lord Bosebory had boon almost , Hshod ?
ostentatiously expressing his
opinion that Great Britain could
not, in any caso, act alouo in i
menus for compelling tho Sultan
to put a Btop to tho Armenian
atrocities. Mr. Gladstone, both
m his Livorpool speech and in a
nolo to tho press, advocated an
immediate suspension of diploma
tic relations with Turkoy, bosidos
plainly intimating that tho nation
should not shrink even from war
iE that alternative was forced up
on it as a consequcuco of any iso
lated British action to put an cud
to tho unspeakable horrors of tho
situation. There has been a res
ponse) of public opinion to tho
sentiments enunciated by tho
grand old man, and to similar
0'ies uttered by an inilunutial por
tion of tho press, which has con
vincod Lord Itosebery that ho did
not reulizo tho depth of national
spirit in tho matter. It was ox
P"tittl that tho Govern raout
would bo embarrassed by tho
agitition for intervention on bo
half of tho Armenians, but it
ii an unusually striking event
uality for tho loader of the Oppo
sition to bo put in tho saino box
with tho Government on a groat
public question. The resignation
of Lord Rosobery as tho Liberal
leader, on account of liis finding
he does not truly roprosont his
party in insisting upon British
inaction without continental sup
poit, yields all tho moro emphatio
an inference from tho fact that his
paity wliilo in power was criti
cised by tho Conservatives in
nothing moro severely than for
its alleged "peaco at any price"
policy in international affairs.
All the outsido world will bo jus
tified iu assuming that, when tho
Liborals of Great Britain repudi-
nto the loadoiship of a man who
ndvooates peaco at auy price, tho
nation as a wholo must bo faco
to faco with a question so serious
in its estimation as to mako war
nn alternative to bo readily ac
cepted, if no othor solution can bo
dodcriod on tho horizon of early
"Whilo tho Attorney General
was absent on tho island of Ha
waii last week a contemporary,
with evidently intondod signific
ance, Buggostod that tho chief law
officer might visit the oilice of tho
Hilo Tribune. But Minister
Smith did not go to Hilo
nt nil on that occasion. It
might not hurl tho Govornmont a
bit for its members to pay occa
sional visits to nil tho districts of
tho group, and especially to that
ouo containing tho second largest j
town in tho islands. They might
thus loam as much that would bo
for the banefit of tho couutry for
them to know no cuu bo gniued by
tiipi to Now Zealand, Japan and
China, or oven the United Slates.
Thoro is no objection to having
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out uioy ougnt uot to neglect vis
iting the different sections of tho
country they govern.
Somo British sailors at Con
stantinople saved nu Armenian
from a Turkish mob. A com
plaint of tho interference was
promptly made to tho British au
thorities, but tho answer was that
British sailors might bo counted
upon to do the Bamo thing nt
Experiments with Bownno at
Exeter, England, and purification
of wator in Paris, Franco, are tho
! subjects o short articles else-
Japan scorns to hnvo freedom
of tho pross iu sight, but, for a
littlo while, it will not bo a patch
on tho frcodom of tho Japauoso
press iu Honolulu.
Japan is wamod by a Hong
kong journalist, who is doubtless
English, to keep her weather oyo
pooled for Russian designs iu tho
A new census would bo neces
sary every month to keep up with
tho importation of Asiatics.
mint watch tiu: m:,ii.
A Hongkong Opinion on Jutmicso
There are, says tho Hongkong
Telegraph, but two questions of
vory grave importance before the
.Tapauesoat the moment the state
of their finnncfs, on which a heavy
strain is being put by tho doub
ling of tho Military unci Navul
Forcos of tho Empire, and by the
calls from Formosa, and tho ntti
tudo to bo adopted by Japan in
her dealings with Russia nutl in
connection with Korea. In tho
ability of tho Japanese Govern
ment to ovorcomo all financial
dilliculties we havo great faith, if
only war can bo avoided for a
yoar or two. Tho War Indemnity
will suilico for all deficiencies un
til tho steady growth of trade, of
commerce, of manufactures, of
geuoral agricultural prosperity,
provides sufficient funds without
any increase iu tho rato of taxa
tion. Japau iB growing, and grow
ing fast. Fationco and a very or
diuaiy measuro of foresight is all
that is needed. Tho outlook in
the other direction is not so clear;
what Russia wants and means to
havo is not quito apparent yet.
uor pronouncements unvo been
rather ambiguous. Sho professes
to want nothinc, but sho will take
! nil film nrm nut oolflrtm liir nnan
forc but bv dinlomiitio skill com-
bined with an inimitable patienco
and porsovomnce. All Japan has
to do is to study closely tho past
history of Russian growth. As has
boon her past, so will her future
bo. The countries she covots aro
first Russianized, then taken un
der protection, and finally an
nexed; but sho is nevor so proci
pitate ob France. For eacli step
she generally allows abundant
time. Russia is in her foroigu
politics tho Chief of Opportunists.
Japau must play n waiting gamo
and watch, watch, watch !
1'irir lVarn Hence.
Mogistrato 'What's tho chargo
against this man ? '
Officer 3,210 'Tho Suburban
Cyclo Brigade brought him in,
Your "Worship. He wbb found
wandering iu tho suburbs. When
asked what ho was looking for, ho
Magistrate 'Great Caesar I
Doesn't ho know wo havo had no
uso for pavements during the last
twenty years V
hero's his bi-
Oflicor 'Ho has no bicvele.
Magistrate No bicyclo! What
is ho theu ?
Oflicor He says he is a a
pedestrian, Your Worship.'
Mngistrato Put Jiim in the
i" tmi uuiu x vnn coinmu
u ....i:i t it
llim.' TIlO Hub.
Dukano "Tho English nnnr
chists are now demanding tho
nbolition of orders and docorn
tious conferred by royalty." Gas
well "I bupposo their bitterest
opposition is to tho Ordor of
Nicely furnished rooniB at tho
Popular House, 151 Fort Btreet,
from S1.00 per wook up.
Scwnjfo r.iiierlinrnt nt I xotcr.
Since lost January an inteiesting
oxporimont with sowngo has been
in progress at Exctor. A mothod
dovisedbyMr. F. J. Cummin, tho
city surveyor, is used, aud is
known as tho 'septic tank system.'
It deals with about 7500 gallons
por day ns now triod, which would
reprosent tho sewage of 800 to 400
poot'lo. Tho tank is 24ft long
by Oft Gin wido, and about 4ft
doop, and is archod over and
covored with earth. Its onpacity
its nassaco through this tank.
n iiiiiini iiiiiiii I'liiiuiin. -u in inc
occupying about 20 hours, tho
Bfwaco is cut oil lrom licjnt and
nir. but no ohomioais or other in-
gred.onts are added to it. The in- I
lot andoutlot nro so nrrnng"(l Mint
tho upper poitinn of the contents
is undistuibed. A son ago soiim '
forms on top, eventually reaching
3in in thicknoss, and by this all t
snlublo polida nrc thrown into
Hiintinn by b-icturiuiugio.ii action, .
tho outflow froin the tank being
comparatively ole.ir nud odorles",
mid c.isidoi.d fit for discharge
into ticlHlwnti.r, or f.rfi trillion,'
or i'ir uiiiisniion on I'uiti.
Scheme I'or l'iii-lf.vlii;i Hlvor Water
As the result of u competition
opunod in 191, tho cily of Pupa
loeoived 148 schomos for purify
ing river w.itor for drinking.
Most of theso wore wild or
amateurish, but 29 wore votniued
for further c n.-mlontion, 4 of
these boing b.s-d on the action of
bout 12 on nieohanioiil troatmnnt
or filtration. 6 on cliemicil trti.it
moiit, rind 7 providing for mixed
tioiitniont Experiments by n
commission have shown that tho
methods depending on heat aio
too costly, tho moohauic il sydtoms
requiro frequent cleaning, and
the chemical methods aro im
practicable. On tho wholo a
mixt-d treatment, tho addition of
cbomic ils beii'g followed by filtra
tion, has been reoommouded.
Such a process giv noirly 1000
gillons per day fr un 11 squirofeet
of si ud fi tor, tho oigiino matter
being rcductd 30 por cent, and
tho buctoriu 99 77 por cout., but
tho working wus uot always
Meolmnica' Homo, corner Hotel
and Nuuuiiu streets, lodging by
day, wook or month. ToruiB: 25
and 50 cents per night. $1, and
$1.25 ner wvek.
pi that wo aro propared at
j all times to do your Copper
1 Plato Engraving and Printing
ja on Cnids, Wedding and Society
S Also, Fino Monogrnm Ein-
P bossing, Address Die3 nud
j Stamping in colors or plain.
rcj Cards from your plato $1 50
m por hundred.
I H. F. Wichman,
Don't you need a watch?
One that you can depend
upon. The kind we sell.
Wo are selling Walthams
in a dust proof case for
and fully warrant them in
Wo soil othor makes. '
somo as low as $5.00,
others as high as 200.00.
Our stock is so largo, wo
would take pleasuro in
helping you to a watch at
so low a price your pocket
yould not feel the lift.
No pie plates sold, ut
most reliability in overy
i H. P.Wichman
BICYCLE TRADE IN
" IS a mistake to suppose
, for a moment that the Hawaii
,, , .
an Hardware Company is gb-
jng out 0f the business of
Selling bicycles. Not much,
m l j i. i
WC KI10W a gOOa tiling Wiieil
ye have it and OUr bicycle
, , , , , .
trade has been and is now a
good tiling. We have 110 doubt
some of our competitors would
ketosee us jet Q Qf jHE
Tribune agency, lor instance,
but we don't intend to do it.
j The Tribune is the bestall
I round wheel in the market and
i we are selling them right along,
i They are good serviceable
wheels and don't cost their
, owners $10 a month for re
pairs, like some wheels we
Now that Aarshal Brown
and his myrmidons are on the
warpath against wheelmen and
have declared in no uncertain
tone of voice that they must
carry a light at night, it be
hooves all of them to get the
best light they can for the
least money. We have a large
stock on hand at prices to suit
the times say from $1.50 to
$4.!)0. It is cheaper to buy
one of the highest priced lamps
than to be hauled up in the
Police Court and fined, besides
the loss of time incurred and
the wear and tear of your
While we are not going out
of the bicycle business by any
means, we have a small con
signment of bicycle shoes
which were sent us with a lot
of other bicycle material. We
want to close these out and
do it quick, as we are not in
the shoe business. Come and
take a look at them, and if
there is a pair in the house
you want you can take them
along with you for a very
We have a few of the well
known "Zimmy" Wheels left.
We want to close these out too,
so as to devote our whole
attention to the Tribune agency.
If you want a wheel cheap for
cash now is your chance.
Money talks on these wheels.
Show us the cash and it will
be our fault if we don't make
you happy with one of them
We still carry the usual line
of extras for the Tribune and
other wheels we handle, and
shall continue to do so.
Hawaiian Hardware Co.
Opposite Spreckols' Bank,
NO. 307 FORT STKKET.
wrMft' v&-i " Uv!
ZXr,?. r-lf.rP I If A --1?- -i-s, "il.
no mnttor what its price. There aro good low-priced shoes
aud poor high-priced ones. Thoro are swindles in overy
grade. Thoro is no protection iu prico though a great many
pooplo seem to think thnt by paying dearly thoy aro suro to
got a good shoe. Your only protection lies with and in your
dealer. Ho should havo tho experionco and ability to know
tho shoes ho buyB and sells. Wo guarantee ovary pair of
shoes you buy hero to bo worth ovory cont you pay.
The Manufacturers' Shoe Co.,
5" Distributors of Footwear 3
- W . fl
If you are thinking of getting n
Bicycle, now iB tho timo to got
ono wliilo they last. This offer of
Ramblkhs at '$75.00 is not n cut in
price, bo don't wait oxpocting to
soo tho prico corao any lower. Wo
nro offering 1895 wheels at this
prico aud thoro aro but n fow loft.
This wheel is fitted with tho
Grant Gr. Sc .T. Tire
which has proven bo satisfactory
in this land of tho
Wo nlso have a stock of tho 189G
wheels both ladies and gonts which
wo nro offering at a lowfiguro and
on easy terms. Comoinand have
a look at our wheels and satisfy
yourself that we aro in tho Bicycle
A n. Investment
Stop and think how many Nick
lea and Dimes you might save
had you a wheel. A ride to Wai
kiki is not only a pleasure but a
suro saving of health nud strength.
You will find now vigor by tho uso
of muscles never beforo brought
WHEELS THAT LAST AND DON'T COST YOD
TnEIR VALUE FOR REPAIRS.
E. 0. Hall & Son
Take an Outing
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Trains will lenvo at 9:15 a. m,
and 1:45 p. M,, arriving in Hono
lulu at 3:11 and 5:55 P. M.
ROUND TRIP TICKETS:
1st Class 3d Class
Pearl Oity $ 75 $ 50
EwaBlantution... 1 00 75
Waianao 1 50 1 25
y m t.- y
w- . w i - itarit i- . I i - r i 1 I
.' ZS .' --VA 1 ... ' - M 1 X
Should Be Good
It is said that when Jane
gets tho money sho will in
herit by her uncle's will, sho
will buy a whole row of seats
for II Trovatorc. Then sho
will go in for solid useful and
ornamental articles for her
homo. What do you think
of tho scheme?
YOU'VE PAID $5.00
for a wheel barrow and then
not been half sntisfied. Wo
sell you ono thnt is neat and
strong, not too large to pass
through tho gateway, and an
all 'round gem for $3.50.
Solidly braced sides and front
and with a pntent stool wheol.
It's worth looking at and'
after a bath or before battle
may bo avoided in a simple
manner. Tho patent cork mats
absorb water and prevent its
dripping over the bath room
floor. They aro healthy and
serviceable, hard to wear out
and no ono soils them but
Tho California variety havo
always cost you $2.50; our
latest invoice was bought so
wo can deliver them nt-, vmir
' door, and, if necessarv. attnnh
'it to your hose fur $1.80,
seventy cents less than you'vo
been paying. Thut is what
good buying means.
and Jardinieres or lamps
of every description in shape
made of wrought iron black'
color are au fait. Wo havo
evory stylo you can think of.
Von Holt Building.
A. W. SEABURY,
Collector & Real Estate Agent,
Next to the Woman's Exchuuf-e.
Bring in your bills, tbey will bo promptly
attended to. Tfclopliono 059j L'. O. Uox 430.
JAS. N. K. KEOLA, .
TypewiUteii, Copyist, Thansla-
toii (English and Hawaiian)
VtT Offlco with W. R. CASTLE. 425-tf
NOTARY- PUBLIC and TYPEWRITER
Office: 203 Merchant strut, Campbell
Illook ioar of J. O. Carter's office, l O,
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