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EVENING BULLETIN, MARCH 1G, 1897.
5!? Eueoii? Bulletin
DANIEL LOGAN, Editor.
TUESDAY, MARCH ID, 1897.
Somo timo ngo n deputation of
prominont Englishmen wont to
Q rmnny to look into technical
education in that country. Tboy
have lately roturuoTl find tho
British Trndo Review quotes
stntoraents from thoir roport and
makes comments upon it. Tho
document is particularly valuable,
that journal says, for tho fullness
with which it treats of Gorman
progrosR, but at tho samo time tho
writora aro careful to correct somo
of tho alarming impressions that
have been current of lato as to tho
growth of tho Fathorland's export
business at tho expeuBO of Great
Britaiu. Tboy dcclaro it satis
factory to be assured that British
axporta of manufactured goods to
Gormany uomparo favorably
with tho imports therefrom,
German Empire is tho largest
customer of Great Britain. At
the samo timo it is admitted that
in certain industries British
supremacy is seriously challenged.
"Germany is making enormous
stridos," tho report says, "and
notably in those manufactures in
which superior knowledge, techni
cal skill and tho agency of tho
expert in chemistry or other
sciences can ho brought to bear.
This holds good to a remnrkablo
degreo in certain industries con
cerning which wo had special
means of forming an opinion
namely, in the electrical trades
and in tho cognate branches of
olectrical engineering, ap also in
the color manufacture and in
various applications of printing
involving artistic and scientific
skill." Further on they say that
it was Germany's "bolief in tho
future applications of chemistry
to industrial purposos that led to
the erection and equipment at a
great cost of chemical laboratories,
and to the encouragement held out
to students to pursue tho studies
in thorio laboratories for a
period of five, six, or oven seven
yoars." Ouo manufacturing es
tablishment iu Germany is men
tioned, in which 100 scientifically
trained chemists and thirty en
gineers are now employed.
Whatovor commercial rivalry
thero may bo botweon Groat
Britain and Germany has no
particular iuiorest for us iu Ha
waii. It is important for our
people, however, to have somo
realization of tho great jmit that
scientific training has iu modern
industrial development. Tho idea
ought to bo useful in directing
tho trend of the education above
the rudimoutary branches which
our echools may bo ablo to afford.
As was said in this papor a short
timo ago in connection with the
news of tho departure of tho
deputation here spokou of there
is an intimate relation bit ween
tho technical schools of Gormany
and tho chief industry of
tho Hawaiian Islands. Grad
uates of thoso institutions
in tho laboratories of sugar houses
and fertilizer works aro entitled to
a large share of tho credit for the
bigh standard attained hero iu
both cultivation and manufacture
of our main product. While Ha
waii is too small a country to have
technical schools that would turn
out graduates approaching in
knowledge and skill thoso of tho
Gorman institutes, yet tho educa
tion of our common as well as
high sojiools might bo made more
and more contributory to praotical
results in oquipping tho youth of
tho land for industrial efficiency.
Systomatio efforts in this direction
might at least bo expected to yield
n cortain proportion of scientific
students who should be worthy of
Bonding to tho host technical
sohools abroad for properly finish
ing thoir training. Tho fiolcl for
Bciontifio industrialism is steudily
onlarging here, and it would bo a
groat thing for tho futuro of Ha
waii if her own boub could bo
equipped to occupy tho positions
in that lino which aro to bo in
Although tho Montreal Star
roprosonts neither Irnporial nor
ovon Canadian official opiuiou, its
remarks on Hawaii copied iu this
issue may bo taken as a straw,
showing which way tho wind may
blow ouo day. British commercial
and naval prestigo both are being
stoadily increased in tho Pacific,
North and South, and if Hawaii
be slighted by her natural protec
tor, tho United States, it may yet
bo Groat Britain's necessity to
claim at least a share of tho con
trol of tho islands with tho United
States. If tho claim should not
bo in advance of equal British in
toresls in these parts it would bo
rejected, if at all, with discreet and
Evidontly tho Advertiser lmH
nothing to soy in defonso of its
sudden defection from tho causo
of annexation. If it hod not been
for tho prominouco that sheet
gave- tho subject, from a timo even
antedating the revolution of 1893,
its flop would concern uouo but
itsolf. Its action is, howover,
liable to bo mibconstrucd with
damage to Hawaii's interests aud
policy at Washington. Hero tho
inlluenco of tho Advertiser is dis
counted for what it is worth.
A short artiole from thcSauFrau
oisco Bulletin, olsewhoro, shows
that at least one daily papor of
that oity proservos common soubo
ou tho sugar question.
A FAST HUN.
HcHla llio llrcortl on Hulled Nlntv
H. J. Mpyhnu, who took a Bur
lingtou special train from Chicago
to Denver yesterday morning,
hoping to rat oh tho bedside of his
only son before death came to
him, arrived this morning, near
ly four hours late, suys a rooent
Denver dispatch. Tho run unulo
by tho special train betucon tho
two cities was marvellous, tho
distance of 1020 miles being made
in eighteen hours nd tifh-two
minutes. Tho lut three hundred
miles this morning, with n climb
of nearly :i mile in the air, wor
modo at the roto of fifty-seven
miles an hour. Young May hum
died just us his father entered
Colorado. Tho journey is ono of
tho greatest railway foots over
accomplished. Tho best previous
railway long distance reonrd wan
ninetoen hours aud fifty-five
minutes, for 910 miles, over tho
New York Control and Lako Shore
from Now York to Chicugo. Mr.
Muyhani, a broker, living in Now
York, loft tho city on Sundny on
tho Pennsylvania limited, and
charterod a special train at Chi
cago in order to rooch tho bodsido
of his sou. The Burlington offi
cials agreed to tako him to Denver
in twenty-four hours. Every re
source of tho system was brought
into play. On stretches of straight
track tho train covered rnoro than
sixty miles an hour. The moun
tain" climb from Akron, Col., to
Denver, a hundred and eighteen
miles, wan miido in a hundred and
twonty-fonr minutes, tho train
running an ovon mile a minuto.
m m i
Thero ore two reasons why
people are now paying car fare
all tho way from Waikiki to tho
Palama Grocery nud back. Reason
1. It is tho only placo on tho
Islands whore thecolebroted Sal
vation Army tea is sold. Reason
2. After poying car fare both
ways patrons find they aro money
iu pooket by dealiug at this "livo
ana let live" establishment. Wo
also delivor goods between Dia
mond Head and Moanalua free.
Opposito Railway depot, King
street. Tel. 7C(5.
ON THE .
"TRIBUNE" 1897 WHEELS,
We have just received our
1897 Tribune Wheels and
invite inspection. We have
them both for Ladies and
Gents and we have plenty of
them on hand and more on the
The '97 Tribune is an im
provement over its predecessors
and is second to none. Among
the changes made we might
mention the increase of the
upper frame tube to 1 1-8 in.,
and the adoption of one inch
tubular seat post, secured by
clamp, retaining otherwise the
same foim of forging into
which the rear tubes are brazed.
The crank fastening is also im
proved, and secured more posi
tively by the use of a small
key instead of clamp screw;
the matched corrugations of
theshaft and crank are retained.
We are selling '97 Tribunes
For a good, strong, durable
wheel for every day use we
have the "Stormer." It is a
cheap wheel for the money
and will be found quite as ser
viceable as some ol the higher
priced ones. It is the '97 pat
tern and has all the late im
provements. We also have a few "Zimmy"
wheels on hand, which we are
closing out at $45. They are
cheap at double the money.
We carry a full line of bicy
cle sundries of all kinds, such
as wooden handle bars, shoes,
pumps, etc., at reduced prices.
Hawaiian Hardware Co.
Opposite Sprockels' Bank.
NO. 307 FORT STREET.
A. Special Brew !
Bottled by the Enterprise Brow
ing Co. of San Francisco, spe
cially for Export.
The Merchants' Exohange
is tho only Saloon in town whero
this Spooml Brand is sold. The
25 c. per 33ottle.
gM Rec illect, this beor is
Bottled in San Francisco. All
tho latest Bottling Appliances aro
used. One bottle will convince
, Nuuanu and King StreotB.
The Evening Bulletin, 75 cents
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Now that wo have found a
preparation that ia a powerful
disinfectant, perfectly harm
less, free from odor, con
venient to use and at tho re
markablo low figure of
5 Cents a Gallon.
No prudent housekeeper can
aftord to run tho risk of con
tracting sickness, which is sure
to occur, should you neglect
to keep the sowers, cess-pools
and outhouses in a peifcctly
An' Physician will endorse
wliut we claim when we tell
you that nino tenths ot nil
f'ovors and alike illness is the
result of carelessness about
tho sanitary conditions of tho
One great objection to most
disinfectants is that they have
such a dipngrecablo odor. Puri
fine is odorless.
Purifine $! 00.
Don't delay in purifying the
air you daily breathe and
trust' to kind providence that
you may escape illness. Now
is tho time to commenco tho
good work, don't wait until
tho dead heat of summer has
arrived; it may be too lato.
Take timo by tho forelock.
To bo forewarned is to bo fore
armed. Purifino in quantities to suit.
We are the Soio Agents.
Kollister Drug Go
Yielding to a universal de
mand, I have again inaugurated
a series of my
Most of you are acquainted
with tho mode of procedure, but
to thoso who are not, wo would
explain, that it is a plan devised,
whereby you got a Fine Solid
Gold Watcb,of recognized valuo,
by paying a weekly sum of
It is of espeoial valuo to thoso
who could not afford tho entire
amount in one payraont, and
appeals to thoso who do not
caro for tho Dollar it costs thorn
It took less than one weok to
fill one club complete, and ono
halt of a second olub. This ulono
is sufficient guarantoo of its
popularity, and of tho confidonco
placed upon tho reliability of
those in oharge. Olub uuiubor
ono draws today.
Olub numbor two will bo full
before tho next week is out.
Each day adds from ouo to two
dozon names to tho list.
"Will you be ono to join this
Health Officers Speak.
City, State and National Authorities
report the Royal Baking: Powder in
every way Superior to all others.
STATE CHEMIST, CALIFORNIA; The Royal fulfils all the
requirements. Our tests show it has greater leavening power
" than any other. J
STATE CHEMIST, WASHINGTON: There is no question but
the Royal is the strongest, purest and most wholesome baking
powder in the market. . i
U. 5. QOV'T FOOD REPORT: Royal Baking Powder is
shown a pure cream of tartar powder, highest of all in leaven-'
ing strength. . J
CANADIAN OFFICIAL TESTS: Royal Baking Powder is
commended as of highest excellence, and shown to be greatest
of all in leavening strength. v&tA
SAN FRANCISCO BOARD OF HEALTH : We cordially ap
prove and recommend the Royal Baking Powder. It is
j absolutely pure and healthful, composed of the best ingredients, '
, of the highest strength and character. ,A
BOARD OF HEALTH, SEATTLE, VVASHINQTON: finding
in analysis that it is entirely free from any adulteration, we
Ft heartily recommend the Royal Baking Powder for its great '
strength, purity and wholcsomcness. ,.. ...o'
BOARD OF HEALTH, TACOMA. WASHINGTON: In our;'
judgment the Royal is the best and strongest baking powder
before the public. .vd
BOARD OF HEALTH, SPOKANE: Certainly there is no bak- '
ing powder known to us equal to the Royal. ., .ivtfi
DR. BINSWANOER, UNIVERSITY OF OREGON: It is also
l, my opinion that there exists no purer, better or stronger baking
$3?, powder than the Royal. I confidently recommend it. J
Do not permit the slanderous stories of inter
ested parties to influence you in using any
other than The
Patent - Shaft - Springs
Invented and Patented by W. V. WRIGHT.
It Obliterates All Horse Motion
This dovico can bo attached to Any Brake
with Straight Shafts
t3V For full particulars, call on or uiMrs
W. W. WRIGJrIT,
Proprietor Honolulu Carrlagft Manufactory, Fort street, nbovo Hotel.
THIS BRAND IS SIMPLY OWWt
TO THE OATS BEM MASTED. '
WHILE ALL OTHIA BBANDTASEll .
STEAMED. THE ROASTING? .
Gives J PECUUUi jtz
twmeojnsysANFRANCiscccAL AS GOOD
In whllo ?'
Duck Ve8t "
The price la
9 Hotel Street : : WaYBrlBy BlQClC
We Make Shirts to Order.
Best, The Royal.
wV- 3ZaCHeaHEKZ( v feriiri? RDiuns
Cor. Beretaniiv and Alakea Sts.
Every Wight This "Week.
I'mully Mittliieo VpliiiNdnjr nml
Nalurilny nt 3 i. iu.
First anil Only Appearance in this
City ot the "World-famous
Prof. D. M. Bristol
AND HIS WONDERFUL
Performing Horses, Ponies and Mules,
The Original Etpui-H-Ourrlculura.
The Largest ami Beat Solionl of E4
unattd Howes. For the Past Ten
Yeura "A Popular ami Fashionable
Success" In all the largest cities ot
OT Prices: Evonlugs. 50 Cts. Ro
eervod Seats. $1 IK), Matloee Adnlts,
6U Cta. Onlldren, i5 Cm. 553-tf
NOTARY PUBLIC ant TYPEWRITER
OrncEi 203 Merchant Btreet, Campbell
Block rear of J. O. Cartel' ofllcel. t O.
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