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fiVENINQ BULLETIN, MARCH 23, 1807.
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Okku'B ok this Hoahu ok Hkai.th,
Hoi.oiulu, March 17, 1897. j
Notice Is hereby given that YOKO-!
HAMA, JAPAN, i an INFECTED
PORT; that, until further notice, nil !
Vessels mid PaBscnKerii from loko
huma, Japan, will be strlptly quaran
tlncil for the full period of Eighteen
DayH from date of leaving Yokohama,
lly order of the Board of Health.
' CHARLES WILCOX,
561 3t Secretary.
Tenders for Beef Cattle.
Okkici: oktiik Ho.vui) ok Health, I
, Honolulu, Murcli 17, 1607. )
Tenders will Im received at this
OlHce until 12 o'clock noon, WED
NESDAY, Mnich 31, 1S!)7, for nupjily
lng tho Leper Settlement at Molokal
Ith(l) Fat Reef Cuttle, or (2) Good
Href Cattle, to weigh not less lhau 350
potiuds net when dressed. Cuttle to
be delivered at the L-per Setllenient
at an average of uliont ninety head
per month, for the period of six mouths
euding September 30, 1897.
The teuder mint lie for tho price per
pound dressed, and not psr head.
Hides and Tallow to he the property
of the Hoard.
The Hoard of Health does not bind
It-elf to accept the lowest or any bid.
Bv order of the Hotrd of Health.
SOI :U Secretary.
Sh Euerir;$ Bulletii),
DANIEL LOGAN, Editor.
TUESDAY, MA11CII 23, 1S97.
Doubtless thoro was sound eco
nomic senso iu the view of that
English manufacturer, republish
ed in this paper tho other day,
that "the time would come when
each couutry would produco that
class of goods for which, by rea
son o its natural resources nud
tho skill and industry of its popu
lation, it was well fitted." Again:
"Tho couutry that hns the great
est facilities, both iaturul and ac
quired, for producing certain
kinds of articles is the country
that must eventually win iu tho
race of competition." Tliero is
much encouragement for Hawaii
in tho doctrine Ujub aptly sot
forth. It confirms the abiding con
viction of the Bulletin that this
couutry caunotbo ruined industri
ally by competition in tho products
that nature especially fits it to
yield. Grass will never grow in
tho streots of its chief towns,
vrhero thoro are facilities for com
merce with tho outsido world.
Besides its resources of produc
tion, Hawaii has a positiou that
will give it groat importance ir
the future commerce of tho Paci
fic. That commerce, in tho opini
on of thoughtful, obsorvors for a
generation back, is inovitably to
be of prodigious volume. Put tho
two things together. Hawaiian
products will havo markets north,
south, east and west. Honolulu
and llilo will be tho moat'tulvHU
tageous distributing points in tho
Pacific for the surplus products
of countries on all sides. There
will bo au immense storage and
transhipment business at theso
As to markets for Hawaiian
products, there is little doubt, the
future presents brilliant prospects.
Sugar will always bo a loading
staplo of export, bncauf-o nature
has supplied tho conditioua as
deecribftd iu tho Euglih opinion
quoted for its being an instance
of tho "survival of tho fittest."
And tho United States, annexation
or othorwiBe, will tako most if not
nil our sugar, for tho consumption
of the articlo in that country is
not likely ever to bo overtaken by
tho homo Bupply. With regard to
other Ilawaiiau products, our in
creasing dovolopmont is going to
toll greutly on tho futuro, with its
certainly expanding opportunities
Jor commerce with othor countries
besides tho Unltod Status. "When
steamships with cold storago con
liect Honolulu with Vladivostok,
on tho completion of tho Traus
siberian railway, Hawaiian bana
nas, piueapplos and othor tropical
fruits will graco tho bauquoting
boards of tho Czar and nobles of
llussiu. At tho same time tho pea
santry of that illimitable ompiro
may vary thoir diot of black bread
and tea with tho nutritious rico
and fragrant coffeo of Hawaii.
Demand for our products will cer
tainly bo created by tho facilities
of furnishing thom. Then thoro
is a vast field opening out to the
near viow in tho northwest of Ca
nada, which, with its very diRsiuii
lar climate from ours, will have a
healthy appetito for almost every
thing of which Hawaii can pro
duco n surplus. They nro ouly
just beginning over thoro to
realize tho immensely rich
mineral resources of . British
Columbia, and all their pro
phots as well ns export obsorvors
from outsido predict an enormous
development of that country with
in the coming fow years. Premier
Laurier lately said that the
Dominion now had tho greatest
known attraction for immigration,
which hitherto it had lacked, aud
that was "gold." While gold
mining has for many years been
one of the larger sources of wealth
in Canada, it is only lately that
tho deposits 'of the precious metal,
along with a great variety of other
valuable minerals, have boon dis
covered to be so extensive in
British Columbia as to excite
gold fever throughout the world.
As an instance of iho dovolopmont
of that rich mineral region al
ready in progress, tho British
Columbia Lcgislaturo at last ac
counts had bills before it to incor
porate three considerable cities,
where five years .ago was little
more than a trackless wilderness.
Besides tho opening vistas of'
now cornmorco for Hawaii to the
westward and northward, thoro aro
tho increasing possibilities of
traffic with tho South Seas, as
well ns tho almost certainty, with
in a measurable period, of a pro
digious cloud of commorco east
wardly from the opening of nn iu
teroccanio cnnal between the At
lantic and tho Pacific. Hawaii has
the brightest promise, iu all theso
things added to its present pros
porous conditions, of being
nothiug less than tho hub of tho
greatost circumference oE com
mercial activity over marked out
on tho globo.
What tho Jupaueso writer iu
this issuo says of the intent of the
SAO requirement of tho Alien Act
is correct. Ho advises something
impracticable, however, when ho
says tho authorities should land
tho immigrants first aud test their
proper possossion of tho amount
aftorward by watching what they
do with tho moiioy. This is too
absurd for a moment's discussion.
It is enough for tho Government to
know that for every immigrant
having 50 in his possession, who
is rejected upon auy ground not
set forth in tho law, there will be
a liability for a claim of damages
against this country. Whon Japa
nese immigration is stopped it
will have to bo by diroct legisla
tion. Tho Colleotor General is
not empowered to make a now
restriction law, but only to on
forco tho existing law that applies
equally to all uatioualitios.
As tho Bulletin had renson to
believo, Japanese immigrants aro
not being rejected by arbitrary
rulings, but on grouuds in tho
statute. Those coming by tho
Sokura raaru who aro refused ad
missiou happen to havo had thoir
pnssagos assisted by an immigra
tion compauy, which had not ob
tained the requisite permission
to introduce labor from tho Ha
waiian Board of Immigration, at
least so far as this particular
bntoh is concerned. Thisiscloar
ly against the law aud Iiiib nothing
to do with tho question of Japa
uoso family financing. Tho pro
bability is that, after tho thorough
examinations of intonding immi
grants in tho two last Japanoso
Btenmors, very fow of those reject
ed havo boon done so without au
thority of law. Whatever excep
tions inny transpire will doubtless
havo boon duo to inadvertouco or
tho absonce of duo explanations
from tho injured persons.
Tho plated spoons and forks
made by tho Ilohncs & Ed
wards Silver Company oamiot
be distinguished from solid sil
ver, except in weight. Tho
patterns arc identical with the
solid goods, and the bowls and
handles arc' reinforced with
sterling silver, so that those
parts of the spoons which come
in contact with the table are
well protected and will last as
long as solid ware. Every pieco
sold by us is guaranteed by
tho manufacturers, by this cer
tificate: "Wc guarantee these goods in or
dinary family service to wcarTwcnty
fivc V'cars, and in hotels from Ten to
Fifteen Years. Wc a!o ae;ree to ac
cept as half payment, such goods as
show wear during next five years
after the term of guarantee, if other
wise in good order."
In buying these inlaid goods
you practically havo tho use of
them for thirty years at half
what you originally pay for
them. No other manufacturers
give such a guarantee; no other
manufacturer can afford to.
Wo believo wo havo tho lar
gest stock of cutlery, in Hono
lulu, and it is from tho best
English and American manu
facturers they make good
knives in the United States
and our prices aro low. Tho
best makers are using grained
celluloid as a substitute for
ivory handles and tho effect is
very pretty. Bono handles turn
j'ellow, tho celluloid imita
tions do not. '-The price is in
favor of bone handles, if cheap
ness iB the object.
Medium knives, bono han
dles, $4.75 a dozen, with cellu
loid $6. Dessert, ivory handles
$5.75; bono, 4.25. Eogor's
English 'knives, bone handle,
33.50. Dessert $!. Plated
knives $2.50 and $2.75. Large
assortment of carvers from $1
to $27 per sot.
Von Holt Block.
THUKSDAY, APRIL 1st,
And the following diiyn, I will dinplay a
new lot of w
tacli - Pattern - Dais,
And Novelties. AIho
AUNIQUK "DISPIAYOF COLONS"
Will bo tho feature of
MY -:- OPENING- -:- DAY!
An inspection solicited.
MRS. M. HANNA.
503td Fort stmt, Honolulu, H. I.
The Honolulu Sanitarium
- 1082 King Street.
A Qniot, Homolllto Plnoo, whero Trained1
Nurses, Massage, "Swodlsh Movement,"
Baths, Elcctiieity and l'hysioal Training
tuny be obtained.
1'. 8. KEM.OGd, m. 1).,
Telephone 030. Superintendent.
March 22, 1S97.
We have recently imported
a few little novelties for the
household which we are sure
will find ready appreciation
among Honolulu people. 1
A Cigar Rest and Ash Tray !
is something new. It can be !
fastened to any table and Is 1
just the thing to use during a :
sociable game of cards. It is
as easy to adjust as a letter j
clip, contains a receptacle for
the lighted cigar and another
for the ashes. It takes up little
or no space, doesn't tip your
hand to the other fellow -or j
make any side remarks about j
your bad playing, but by its '
convenience leads to that Feel
ing of satisfaction and content
ment without which no man
can properly play the great
American game of whist.
People have often wondered
why barkeepers always mix
cocktails to order instead of
making up a lot and keeping
them on hand. The reason is
that they never taste as well
after standing. The same rea
soning applies to lemonade, the
delicate aroma of the lemon
and the other stuff you flavor
the lemon with disappears on
standing. We have Lemonade
Shakers in sizes to suit from
one to six persons, so that you
can make just the requisite
amount. They are in silver or
nickel as preferred.
Gem Ice Shavers will be
found both economical and
labor saving in mixing cold
Have you a dog? If so you
had better get him a collar and
a license tag. We have the
collars in all sizes, shapes and
styles and the tax man will do
Hawaiian Hardware Co.
Yielding to a universal do
main, I havo agaiu inaugurated
a aeries of my
Most o you nro acquainted
with tho mode of procedure, but
to those who nro not, wo would
explain, that it is a plan devised,
wheroby you get a Fino Solid
Gold Wntch,of recognized value,
by paying a wookly sum of
It is of especial valuo to those
who could not afford tho ontiro
amount in one pnytnont, and
appeals to those who do not
citro for tho Dollar it costs them
It took less than one wook to
fill one club complete, and one
hah of n second club. This nlono
is snllifiont guarantee of its
popularity, nnd of tho confidonco
placed upon the reliability of
those in ohnrge. Club numbor
one draws today.
Olub number two will be full
before tho next weok is out.
Each day ndds from ono to two
dozon names to tho list.'
Will you bo one to join thiB
THE SAN FRANCISCO BOARD OF HEALTH '-
URQES THE USE OF THE
Royal Baking Powder.
Tho magnificent tribute of tho San Francisco Board of Health to
the great purity and wholcsomcncss of tho Royal Baking Powder greatly
disturbs tho manufacturers of the lower grade powders. Their envious . him
publications, however, cannot break the force of this unsolicited and un- YV '
biassed high medical endorsement. Attached is a certified copy of theiry
original report, with the signatures of tho members of the Board iijf Lifjft
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we, trie memDers or ine soara 01 neaun 01
the City and County of San Francisco, cordially
approve and recommend the Royal Baking Pow
der. It is absolutely pure and healthful, composed
of the best ingredients of the highest strength
In our judgment it is impossible to make a purer
or stronger Baking Powder than the " Royal."
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T-fSJ t V S S
Patent - Shaft - Springs
1 ,,n 1 m t 'tt"1
Invented and Patented by W. W. WIWGHT.
It Obliterates AU Horse Metiori,
This dovico oan bo attached to Any Brake ' '
with Straight Shafts. ' .
J3. For full particulars, call on or address
Proprietor Honolulu Carriage
Auction Goods I
LEFT UNSOLD AT H1LP PRICE.
New Bedroom eot, $17.50 and $15,
Now Wire lluttrebu, $.'KS0.
New Wool Mattress, 94.01).
New lluir Mattrofld, half price.
Gray nnd Black Hair, Best Silk Tiok,
oulyMOo. per pound.
Also lftrgo Iron Safe, 4 Door Combina
tion, 3Cx:U, nt Um than half price.
Hand Cart, Suitable for laundry. Any
City Feed Store,
509 Bcretanta st. near Punchbowl st.
mmm. fift iMMES
WIS BRAND IS SIMPLY 0WNQi . TliTlM 1 I fifT :?wtVTUV
TO THE OATS BEIN6 ROASTED OtMmf (, 3Stg3YiV"'
WHILE AU OTHER BgAM&AK) ) BM jfeLCrOHOAWS-.'"-
STEAMED. THE HOASTlitGp ) ZT-. TT rCWC
GIVES A PECULIAR &?& yU-rtfPETEft57ftl SSSSSM-VXVAVJVJO .
K?yYA6Z32 CALIFORNIA ST.N
Manufactory, Fort strcot, obovo Ifotol,
25 2nd 50 Cents I
Sohool children iuabody .lCctK '
nt Matiueos, , . . . v
Every AFTERNOON and EVENING!'
Reserved Beats nt Wnll Xiohola Comuauy,
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