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KVJiNlKO HOliIiKTlNi .IUIjV 38. IIW7.
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Postponumont of Sale.
Tlit Bain nt l'uli.lc Auction ot
tlm Hnwnllnti Holel I'reinlnos,
Honolulu, nilverllffil for Wcd
iiosilnv, .luly '28lli InM., linn lieon
IKintpfiiifit until SATCHDAY,
AWUJSr iM. W. al l'J o'clock
noon, ut tlio Fiout Kutriuii'o of
tlic Ifixeculivo KuihlliiK
.1. A. KINO,
Minister of tlio Interior.
Interior Ulllco, July l!(l. 1S!I7.
5 Eueniijq Rullcrto
DANIEL LOGAN, Editor
WEDNESDAY, JULY 28, 181)7.
QUALITY THE CARD.
Agitation in behdf nf making
tlio btat in.nihlo -honing of Un
uaiian coffee, with regard to
quality, ciinuot tut tlio welfare of
tho country bo allowed to grow
desultory or faint. As was stated
the other daj, by the nid of tin
eager correspondent, the colTeo
maiket is ujuuh deprensed now.
It id thereforo largely a question
of tho survival of the tittcst, bo
fai as profit is concerned, with
tho competing coffees of many
laudd. Hawaiian coffee Iimk a
reputation for excellence of flavor
fur and wide, but with a basis not
yet broad and deep enough where
on to build tho grunt industry an
ticipated in the near future
A bad lot here aud a bad lot thero
among tho good of our as yet
limited 6upply would have a dele
terious leavening iullueuco in the
woild's markets which it would
take yearB of expensie btruggle
to eradicate. CoireeyiowHi should
beware of tho oolf - conceit that
would make them disregard the
advice that experienced aud well
informed men have been from
time to time giving out unselfishly
with regard to tho picking and
cuiing aud final prepaiiug for
market. Cultivation of the trees
seeniri, aftor boine cosily experi
ments, to have been generally
mastered bore, although the pio
eent peason has yielded the report
of one very notable failnio in that
regaid. Given a fair selection of
location the coffeo trees will grow
well in this country nothing is
moro sure than that aud wher
ever they grow well iu the islands
their bearing capacity seems to bo
equally good, notwithstanding
disagreojient of the authorities
as to details of cultivation. Where
thero is any failure in these ro
epectb, it may almost certainly bo
set down to some sort of incapa
city or negligence. The harvest
ing and tho preparation for mark
et qf the berries are therefore
where wise counsels are most
needed to prevail for giving Ha
waiian coffee a place second to
none in the world. In this con
nection the Bulletin would re
pent tho advice given the otbor
day to small growers, who cannot
afford tho best perfecting appara
tus of their own, to have recourse
to the large and well equipped
central coffee mills now establish
ed. What this intermediary
agency would cost them is
scarcely likely to bo bo
much as tho difference between
the price they .would receive for
their product in tho best condition
in which it is capable of being
marketed und the price it would
bring if ouly crudely prepared. It
is not too much to expect the good
oflices of tho Government in this
matter apart from what the Leg
islature will probably be asked to
do in establibhiug otlicial brand
ing and warehousing. The Gov
ernment has iu its Bureau of
Agriculture the niachiuery for
collecting, collating aud dishe
riting information, from tho best
sources at homo aud abroad, for
'llin lielinllt nnu('lftlly of lii'ijln-
nws In tlio uofffo imltiMry. Ililn
in Junt micli work n tlm nrlcul
tuiitl ilt'pniliiH'titrtof otlicr mnrn
nintil". iiivlnltly tlut of tlm Unitcil
tithtcH In i1oiiit niut il is i1cbhIiik
to noto tlint our GoToriiiiionl linn
iiintlo Rood bfliuiiti(ii in tlio
l''nt driving round comers
ought to bo put down with tho
ntroug liuud. 1'rivnto olToinloia
should be given the extreme
penalty, nnd guilty hncktnon have
their HceiiHO Rimpended.
Evidently the editor of tho Hilo
Tribune is nlnovl Much ot the
nmttor i'h i) n4 niigiual editorial
in that paper is scissored from
Const papers without credit.
Everybody will join in winning
the genial Hritisli Commissioner,
Captaiu A. G. S. Hawes, speedy
restoration from his roported
The latest about Commissioner
Hawcs before the Kinauleft Ililo,
was that he had favorably turned
tho comer of his illness. It wn-i,
however, a very hard time ho had
gone through. Dr. Williams was
his physician and called Drs.Wct
more and Moore iu consultation.
Dr. Williams was in hope?, at last
accountb, (if preparing tho patient
for eoiniug home next week.
Auction Sales hy .iris. '. Moryan.
AUCTION SALE OF
On FRIDAY, July 30th,
AT 11 O'CLOCK A. M.,
At the Wharf, foot ot Kiiuimu street,
i win hi ii hi i'ii iiiu Auction,
Portland Cement I
Just lauded In good order per "Uicii
bllda" from Liverpool.
JAS. F. MORGAN,
The Biennial Meeting of the Member-
of flu- Queen s Ho-pltul A-soola-i
ton will be Held hi the Itimm nf tiie
('hiiiotier of diiimerre, on PHUIt-'-DAY,
theUOth linim.t, a' It o'clock
it. in. A lull alii ml nice lo replevied.
The Semi- in ui, Meetiiit; of the
riUHtees ot the Queen's Hnspltnl will
be held directly nftertboa Juiiriimeiit
of the above meeting nt the same
pli-. GKO W.SMITH,
For Kent Elegantly Fur
A Residence on Hureliinlii, near
Pt-nxai-ola ttri'et, In Honolulu, con
tiiiuliig doii'ilu parlors, two In rye bed
rooms, dining room, sewlug room,
kltcbt-n, pautry, storeroom nuil bath
room. In the yard la a 2-Room Cot
tage, stable for two horses and ear
Mage tiouie. Tlie yard Is planted with
rare and beautiful flower, shrubs and
shade trees. Buildings and grouuds
In perfect order. AppTv to
J. ALFRED MAG00K,
669 lw Next Pot Otllee.
Notice to Creditors.
The uiHleridgued has been appointed
by the Honorable, Alfred W. ;urter,
Circuit Judgu of the Firvt Circuit, He
public of Hawaii, lo be Administrator
for the tCBtiite of John Kuunedv, de
ceased, Intestate, at Honolulu, inland
or Oihu, oti the 10th day of July, A
D. ISO 7. Therefore notice is hereby,
given to those who Iiiivh any claims
ai;iiluBt tho e-late, of the wild John
K-nuudy. to preneut tliu miviiio ut the
Olllceof I'.ul Neuniuuii, 'Ml Merchant
Street, Honolulu, within hIx innutha
from thin dute or they will forever be
661 -U GEORGE ANDREWS.
Not lee Is hereby given that the fol
lowing eatray Ima been Impouudeil
In the Government Pound at Makikl,
Houolulu, viz. :
1 Bay Home branded X on the rltdit
lilud hip, white spot on the forehead,
alao on the uose, two forefeot black,
hind feet white, ahod all round.
And tf mtcli eatray is not claimed
and all pound cliurea aatUfled on or
before bai'UHUAY, Aug, 7. IBJ7, at
12 o'clock noon, the same will be sold
on that date and hour to Him lilfjheet
Didder. K. kkkuiJN1;,
Honolulu, H, T., July 2.1, lb07.
"In lime of peace prepare
for war" is an excellent siiliij;?.
and one which the United
States evidently believed in
when the new naw was built.
We in Hawaii have especial
reason to be tnanklul mat ;u
times of peace .such a magni
ficent specimen of marine' ar
chitecture as the battleship1
Oregon was made icady for'
such emergencies as the pies- i
ent, and should lake the lesson '
to heart, not alone in national ,
affairs but in those of the '
household. Suppose the Japa-
nese lleet should blockade Ho
nolulu, for instance, we should
soon find ourselves run
ning short of lots of little
household necessaries other
This week we have one of
our windows filled' with an as
sortment ol articles necessaiy
in every kitchen. Buy them
today while you have a chance.
Among them may,be enumer
ated chopping bowls, all sizes
and shapes, t beaters, lemon
squeezers, chopping knives in
seveial varieties, nutmeg
graters, gem ice shaveis, 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 on 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 TTORT STREET,
Opposite Sprocket' Bank
SYDNEY BOYD, UIW.?
tialiu. Hub assumed inuiiaenii-nt uml IU
preside our the kitchen In peuon.
King Nt., near AInkca.
J. M. WEBB'S
No. 316 Fort Street.
Hub just' roceiveil direct
from Lomlou a stock of tho
fnuious F. H. Ayro's Lawn
TenuiH ltuokete, used at the
English, Irish, Scotch nnd
AVeluh CliiiiiipiouBhip meet
iuis. Au inspection is eoli
citcd. Always on hund.
llnwniian Guitnrs, Tnropatoh
Guitars, Ukuleles, Hnwniinn
Shoot Music, Hawiuiun Pho
togrnphio Views, Lund nnd
Sen Shells, Hawniinn Fnns in
grent vnriety, Curios, etc., etc,
Looks., Stntiouory nnd ollico
Prices Always Iigrit
Iiveniny llullctin, 75c. per month,
' . .
-The Latest Model is reduced from
$100 to $85.
WHITE LUPINE BEANS
Wlicu planted fov
ground to absorb nnd
a most cflicicnt
MelloAving- ai Ld
No Better Fertilizer is known for CANE LANDS.
S For salo in quantities to suit by
The California Feed Co.,
Telephone 121. Queen Street.
Pacific Hardware Co., Ltd
Just to linud nu invoice of tlio Now Improved PLANTERS HOE.
SOLID OAST STEEL Extra Btroug, Eyo nnd Blndo forged from
PLOWS Breakers, Double Furrow, Subsoil, Ilico.
HOWE'S SCALES The best in tho world.
BRUSHES Paints, Oils and Varnishes.
WIRE DOOR MATS Windmill and Cistern Pumps.
VISES, PIPE CUTTERS Norton's Jack Sorows, 8 and 10 tons.
VACUUM OILS Another iilvoico just rocoived.
S'AUATOQA being no lonuer a pub
ho resort, the nroprletiexii will be glad
to let the whole or part (with board if
(leiilrod or light houuekeeiliii;), to
private families wlshlug n heulthy
Bummer resort. For term?, mldruss
1 O. 5ox 2AS, or on the promises.
$85.00. ; -
Cycle & Manufacturing Co.,
Agents Tor tlie Islands.
hold moisture und
To Be Opened.
THUUSD AY, July 15, at the Bailor's
Heme, the Hestaurunt will reopen
with a Free Dinner served In first
class stylo. Meals, sluglo, 25o; tickets,
$4.50. Open from 5 a. m. to 7 p m.
7 I na Proprietor.
Received pep . S. Australia
The following list of Fresh Goods:
OIG .AR K' rTJES :
Riclimo'iil Straight Cut, in qimrter
All Tnere, Etc., Etc
aNo, a general assortment of
Fresh Smoking and
of different Brands.
FOR SALE AT THE
Beaver Lunch Rooms
We Can Handle
tome more collections; wo are
ratetlnn with great success
nMcu means success to our
patrons. Drop.us a card and
we will call. ' It will be to
BUCK & MASON,
Coll'ting & AdvTsing Agcy,
317 Merchant Struct.
DR. G. WALDO BDRQESS,
Physician and Surge an.
llcslileucc; 438 Punchbowl Street.
Horns: II to 5 and 7i m.
lliose Very Deslrablo Premises on
Nuiianu street at present occupied by
Messrs. Emmeluth & Co. are for rent.
Vacant August 1st.
670 31. F. A. SC1IAEFER & CO,