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EVENING BULLETIN, JULY 27,
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Postponement of Sale.
Tho Sulo at Public Auction of
the Hawaiian Hotel Fromiaes,
Honolulu, advertised for "Wed
nesday, July 28th iuBt., has been
postponed uutil SATURDAY,
AUC1USU 28, 1807, at 12 o'clock
noon, at tho Front Entrance of
the Executive Buildiii".
J. A. KING,
Minister of the Interior.
Interior Office, July 20, 1897.
5'9 Euenir?$ Bullet1'').
DANIEL LOGAN, Editor.
TUESDAY, JULY 27, 1897.
lJuilfii't statements of the Jnp
nut'st) Govoruiucut uro bumg
nnnlyzed l)y tho native press.
Olio of the criticisms copied by
an English pnper illustrates that
things are not always what they
seem. The budget for tho 29th
year, voted at tho uiuth and tenth
sessions of tho Diet, gave 207,230,
075.-11G yen revenue and 203,
lf8,079.895 yen expenditure, thus
prefiguring a surplus of 3,771,
995 52 yen. The National Jlegis
ter gavo the national accounts en
tered up to June 30 last, showing
tho rcvenno to havo been 180,880,
312.981 yon, and the expenditure
16G,S90,243.350 yen, leaving a sur
plus of 19,990,009.031 yen. Upon
this tho critio remarks that foiue
people may iufer that tho cxpan
Hiou of the expenditure may
bo easily disposed of, as
tho estiuiutes for a nurplus of
'3,700,000 yon have nctunlly
brought about 20 nullum jui. Ho
shouf-, however, that the surplus
wad not procured by an iucrcuse
of the revenue, because the reve
nue had actually fallen below the
estimato by more than 20 million
yon. Also ho shows that more
Until 20 million yen was from tho
Chinese indemnity and not dis
burscd, vhilo of 43,745,000 yen
which wns to bo raised in tho form
of public works loan only four
million was raised. The sum of
tho two should be deducted from
the revenue, when tho true surplus
would be 4,119,051.507 yen. Tho
surplus was caused by a decrease
of 3G million yen in tho expendi -hire
not from its politic curtail
ment, however, but because public
undertakings did not progress suf
ficiently to justify the estimnted
outlay. "The production of the
surplus for tho 29th year," the
Ghugai Shogyo concludes, "is
therefore not at all a healthy
UNITED STATES TEA.
had from tho following summary
given in a lato Washington dis
patch: "Tho report says tho labor
question is tho most important
one in tho economics of this busi
ness in this country. It estimates
tho minimum cost to pick ouo
pound of tea in South Carolina
about eight times as much as that
paid for the samo servico in Asia.
In districts favored with sufficient
i heat and rains, plants furnish
I from tiftepii to twenty pickings
yearly. In the South Carolina
I fields the conservation of moisturo
by draining is enhanced by sys
tematic surfneo culture. Tho re
port huggeats that it seomod im
priicieuble to compete with the
cheap Oriental tabor, nud, while
tome of ll.rt pro 'esses of develop
meut lmu he v. left to maohiuery,
tho picking of loaves requires dis
crimination in selection and has
to be done by hand, but the pro
blem has been met by establishing
n Miiall colored school where tea
picking is included. Seeds have
been imported ftom all tea regions,
especially from liiuli altitude. A
vegetation of one-thini ol tin
seeds i a 31 A mo ' vi,J'l tin
loss of a whole importation is no
novelty. With cauful pruning
plants hero should maintain their
prisliuo vigor for forty years, but
pruning is a costly manipulation.
The report urges the development
of knowledge as to toa raising by
means of schools."
H Herbert, b Moloney 9
A Wnnsoy, o Iiewin,b Denno. . 2
It S Scrimgeour, b Malouoy.. 3
H Vincent, b Mnlonoy 12
T Lishman, b Malouey 0
SOBiddall, b Malouoy 8
Dr Murray, b Hughes 2
W L Stanley, not out 0.
W J Kaue, runout 4
It. M. h. l'KNOUIX 8 riiUVKX.
HngheH, b A St M Mackintosh
A hor6o in a King stieot cross
bench tramcar this morning kick
ed at u newspaper man w ho wns
mounting the front settee and
reaching out his faU. Perhaps it
wh ouu of Bristol's educated nag
left behind, which took that way
of warning tho passenger to look
out tho money box didn't fall on
Spittle, b A it Mackintosh.. .. 0
Lieut IJrcnis, o Kane, b Lish
Malouey, o A II Mackintosh,
b Mackintosh 0
Garret, b A St M Mackintosh.. 0
Mr Toop, b A St M Mnckin-lo-l
Mr Murray, b A St M Mackin
Lieut Naugh, b A St M Mackin
Lieut Varos,h Liphniau 1
De.uie, not out 0
Seigt Hooker, b Lishuian. . . . 1
Extras , 5
LKir Ittim Wickets
AStMM,idiiu;..-h..l2 25 0
Alt MnckiutoMh... 7 10 1
T Lishman 5 3
It will bo a funny old Legisla
ture of this liepuhlic which will
not only put Japanese sake back
to its old lay in the tariff, but vole
to refund the druleis all tho in
creased duties the shall have
already paid on the liquors.
It has gratified the Bulletin to
learn that its suggestion of a local
company to buy the Hawaiian
hotel and put it oil a first class
footing is being considered by
business men wiio aro ready to
invest in the project.
Hawaii can hardly obtain a
wnlkovor in tho Americau market
with any of its staplo products
present or prospective, unless
sugar bo excepted for a while
This country will meet with com
petition in articles of tropical
growth, not only from Mexico
and the fnrthor South, but from
the sub-tropical zone of the Unit
ed States. Quality, tliar depends
on skill in preparing and packing
.as well as in cultivation, will
therefore bo of tho fiiBt import
nuco to attain in all tho exports
that wo would piofitably mm Let
in the United States. Thcro is a
.prospect ovon now that our tea in
dustry, more infantile than the
coffee though still promising well,
is to have tho rivalry of a home
grown article in the United States,
Mr. Wilson, Secretary of Agricnl
turo in Prosidilit .MuKinloy's
Cabinet, lias already received the
report of n votorau horticulturist
whom ho sent to investigate tho
toafariniug industry carried on at
Sjvtuniorvillo, South Carolina. An
idea of the nature of lliu lupoit is
Japauese newspapers are rang
ing the Euiopeau powers agaiiibt
the uuuexatiou of liuwiiii by the
United States. What will they
say to their readers if the powers
don't stay put ?
vi.sri-.iiin vs jKicKi:r hiah'ii.
Tlir lllni'i, from II. It. .11. S IViiuhIii
Uenleii by Local l'lHjera.
A very interesting game of
crickot was played on the old
baseball ground, Makiki, on
Monday aftomoon between the
Honolulu Cricket club and H. M.
The home team went first to the
bat and succeeded in making a
score of 100 by good steady play.
The Ponguin eluven made a very
poor start, four wickets falling for
two runs, nnd six for thirteen,
and it was uot until Lieut. Brewis
was joined by Mr. Toop that the
score began to increase. .Lieut.
Wnugh and Deano did some very
good batting; tju did II. Herbert
for the Honolulu eleven. Tho
bowling of Malouey was very
good und uniform very few runs
tit iug made in bin overs. A. St.
M. Mackintosh was up to his
usual form and bowled exceeding
ly well, performing, what is the
delight of all bowlers, tho 'hat
trick' that is, bowling threo men
out in three sucepRsivo balls. It
is to be regretted that Mr. Kano is
about to return to Hawaii, for hie
Holding will be greatly missed.
Yesterday ho was on tho spot
whenever a ball came his way and
made a good and useful catch
which dismissed Lieut. Browid
from the field.
Thnro will be prnrtfcooii Wednes
day ani Friday oreuiugH on tho
giouud in front of tho Barracks,
Following is tho seoro;
HONOLULU CHICK I'.T (Ji,i:l.
A St M Mackintosh, b Mali)
nnv : 29
A it Mackintosh, run out.... 25'
July 20, iSq.
"Iii time of peace prepare
for war" is an excellent adage,
and one which the United
States evidently believed in
when the new navy was built.
We in Hawaii have especial
reason to be thankful that in
times of peace such a magni
ficent specimen of marine ar
chitecture as the battleship
Oregon was made teady for
such emergencies as the pres
ent, and shoul i take the lesson
to heart, not alone in national
affairs but in those of the
household. Suppose the Japa
nese fleet should blockade Ho
nolulu, for instance, we should
soon find ourselves run
ning short i.f lots of little
household necessaries other
This week we have one of
our windows filled with an as
sortment of articles necessary
in every kitchen. Buy them
today while you have a chance.
Among them may be enumer
ated chopping bowls, all sizes
and shapes, egg beaters, lemon
squeezers, chopping knives in
several varieties, nutmeg
graters, gem ice shavers, but
ter moulds, fruit pickers.rolling
pins and bread boards.
Another useful novelty is
the family butter case which
just holds one roll; the butter
can be cut off as needed with
out moving it from the case.
See that your kitchen is
supplied with all these requi
sites before the war breaks
Hawaiian Hardware Co
NO. 307 FORT STREET,
Opposite Spreckels' Bank
SYDNEY BOYD, iSMS
tiul;i.liun.mni'il inoiluui'iiuii! uihI will
rntlle uwr tlitf Mlrlien la cion,
yClii;; Ml., twnv .tliilfcii.
The Latest Model is reduced from
$100 to $85.
The Pacific Cycle & Manufacturing Co,,
Sole Agents for the Islands.
WHITE LUPINE BEANS i
When planted for soiling purposes cause the
ground to absorb and hold moisture and act as
a most cflicient .....
- JUnri chin a.
No Better Fertilizer is known for CANE LANDS.
KsP For salo in quantities to suit by
The California Feed Co.,
Telephone 131. i Queen Street.
Received per . , Australia
TIiu following list of Fresh Goods:
Itlclmio'iil Straight Cut. In .lumter
All There, Etc., Etc.
Pacific Hardware Co., Ltd
Just to hand,an invoice of the Now Improved PLANTERS HOE.
SOLID OAST STEEL Extra Btrong, Eyo and Blade forged from
PLOWS Breakers, Double Furrow, Subsoil, lUco.
HOWE'S SCALES The best in tho world.
BltUSUES Puints, Oils nud Varnishes.
WIRE DOOlt MATS Windmill and Cistern Pumps.
VISES, PIPE QUITE US Norton's Jack Sorowe, 8 nnd 10 tous.
VACUUM OILS Anotlior invoice just rocoived.
Card of Thanks.
I iluHlru to extend thituUw to Dr. (1,
Horliert and K I, Cutter, Huprlntuii-di-nlH
el tho Innino Atjluin, lor lint
attention ami rare kIvuii my wife who
him unlliely recovered Iut health
WHMt J. K, HIliVA.
To Be Opsnod.
THUUHDAY, July ir, at thuBullor'H
Home, the Ituotuiirxut will mopon
with a Krt'u Dluuwr nerved In tlml
idiu'N ktyhi, Mimli, Hluglti, tilt' ( tldudH,
fl.fiO, Onon (rein n a. m, to 7 ii in,
Oil UNCI HKK,
7 I 'i I'niprlctiir.
aIo, a general assortment of
Fresh Smoking and
of different Brands.
FOR SALE AT THE
Beaver Lunch Rooms
H. J. NOLTE,
Wc Can Handle
somu moiu cnllt'clinittt; ne aro
nu'etlutr Willi cient cucccan
which meaiu) nuccuaB lo our
patrons. Drop ua a cord and
we will call. It will be to
BUCK & MASON,
CollHing & Adv'fsing Ag'cy,
1!17 Merchant Street.
9 rgaM.-r.w., i -.. t.-T
DR. G. WALDO BURGESS,
Physician and Surgsan,
Itcntduucei US I'umhlmwl Hired.
Ilorii'i U Ui.'i ami 7 r. m. Tn.. bW
1, 4, MAfl)USAI.II.
1. , MLUI'IIIIKI,
HUMPlinilTS & MACDONALD,
A ttornoys J Counsellors,
Oilier. Klnuomt lnhuU ,iiliili).
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