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)( Eveijlij$ Bulletin,
DANIEL. LOGAN, Kdltor.
FRIDAY, AUG. 0, 181)7.
Hnwnii ought to on tor n good
oxtiibit tit the TriuimtiiHuippt nnd
international Exposition, to bo
lu'lil from Juno to November of
next year nt Omiilm. Tlioro nro
ditVcretit reasons why. It in Cm
misiflsippi with uh, and wo nro
euro of ii sisterly welcome. One
of tho wannest iuvitntinns Ilawnii
bus yet reeeiu'd, from ninny poli
ticnl nnd commercinl bodies it tho
United States, to como iu out of
the wet, is that issupd tho othor
dny by the TrnnBinisnissippi Con
gross. Annexation next December
or HDiiiH time in a future decndei
wo oup;iit to cultivate ac(uainlauce
witii tin' StntcM wont of tho Missis
sippi. Get their good will and affec
tion and, wuethet in or out of the
Union, Hawaii will always be well
guarded iu her interests at
Washington. Tho territory in
queation is tbnt wheio Hawaiian
niiicliunta must necessarily for
nil time bestoiv their chief cus
tom, and an exposition is a good
place to establish profitable new
trad1) connections. People of
that territory, by tho sunn tokon,
nie likely to bo the priuaip.il con
sumers of Hawaiiun products. It
is remark' d, on the he d of tin
exposition blank, that: "The
Trausuiissisaippi States contuiu u
population exceeding 20,000,000,
transact, commcice of enormous
volume, and have trans
portation facilities which em
brace, besides many thousands
of miles of navigable rivers,
7'.),7f)u' miles of railway." Just
think of it. That is the westward
empire of which Hawaii may
be recarded now hs a commercial
outpost, witb the prospect of be
ing part and parcel of it under
one flag. Private enterprise
'would need to be put iu motion
unir en no " l.o pmliiuiuaricD
perfected in good time for an ex
hibit ono that will by its excel
lence compel a liberal appropri
ation by tho Legislature on its
assembling, which will be in
good time before the open
ing of tho exposition. A meeting
of business meu, tho opeuing of a
subscription list, an office set
apart for receiviug applications
for space these are tho initial
stepB that should be takou without
delay. By all means, let Hawaii
make a showiug at Omaha. It
may bo orgued that expositions
have in the past beeu a disap
pointment in results to countries
other than thope holding them.
Yet thero may be a good deal in
the auswor that a country staying
out loses more than it will ever
ii liifth older of civilization, mid
wliouuvtr lliny luuo beconio pou
sucMcd of tho moans of purchasing
Uioy will be liheial piuchus
urn of goods proiluord iu
tho United SuIch. The sol.
Moment of avftilitblo homo
Rleads by civilized pcoplo which
is Bteiullly progressing will, for the
same reason, onhanco tho purchas
ing powor of this country with
corresponding benefit to American
exports hithor. Possibly in a vory
fow yonrB the annual capacity of
these islands for producing natur
al wealth, to bo exchanged for tho
products of other countries and
especially the United Statos, may
even exceed the fifty millions
stated at u en'uro in a provious
issuo of this paper. Thero is a
good 100,000 acros of wild land
remaining which is capable of cul
tivation in coffee alone, besides
a largo ncruago which by means
of modem iirigation processes
may bo reclaimed for the raising
of sugarcane. American states
men cannot fail to obtain assur
ance, from an intelligent investi
gation of the resources of the Ha
waiian Islands, that the Union
will not in tho acquisition of tho
group mako a bad bargain commercially.
Mr. Jones' suggestion that an
entrauco fee-should bo charged at
Moudny's base ball came, for tho
benefit of tho Stranger's Friend
Society, is worthy of considera
tion. As the day is not a holiday,
those able to attend are likely for
the most part people that will not
miss a quarter dollar.
JJVUNtNU BULLETIN, AUGUST fl, UW7.
lllgHSt 6, iSyj.
Nl'GUhSIIO.V rilK CIIAKITY.
Editou Evkninh Bulletin:
Would it not bo better to mako
a charge of twonty-fivo cents for
admission to tho baseball game to
come off noxt Monday, than to
have froo ontrance? Tho pro
ceeds might b given to the
Stranger's Friend Society, and the
money would relieve many noedy
ones. Many friends approvo of
this idea. I C. Jones.
Honolulu, Align. t G, 1807.
Every move Iu this game
of clothe building is
made foryour gain.
there's the remotest possibility,
and not a penny too mu :U to pay.
Another searf maker tripped up.
All going now ut twenty tlvecents.
9 Hotel Street
' Wayerley Block
Elsowhore will bo found a tele
gruphed summary of a circular
ropoit issued by tho D paitmeut
of Agriculture at Washington,
upon tho trade of tho United
States with tho Hawaiian Islands.
It will be an improssivo fact to
American htutesmen at tho pios
out juncture, that tho trudo be
tween the two countries is grow
ing chiefly iu tho salo3 of mer
chandise by tho United States to
the islands. An incroaseof about
a million dollars in thi- regard, is
last vent's rtooid. Whon the
large nrcn of coflue undor cultiva
tion, with more boing plunted,
begins to yield roturns to tho
growora thoro will in at likoly be
a marked increase in tho purchas
es mado by tho islands in tho
United States. Muny of tho cofleo
planters are now just living from
hand to mouth whilo nw.uting the
fruition of their labois. They urif
cbioily of nationalities that aro
consumers of nrlioloa belonging to
Ajrwnts for Dr. Delmel's Linen-Mesh
Underwear. Send for Catalogue.
We Make Shirts to Order.
Not Ico Is hereby given that the fol
lowing estrays have been impounded
in the Goveruraeut Pound at Miiklkl,
1 By Mare hranded W on the left
neok, white spot on the forehead,
front legs black and hlad legs white,
1 Grey Colt without brand.
And if such estrays are not claimed
and all pound elmrgei' Kitl-ll-d m or
before 8ATUHDAY, Aug. 21, 1607, at
12 o'clook noon, the same will be sold
on that date and hour to the highest
bidder. K. KEKUENK,
Honolulu, H. I., Aug. 0, 1807.
Florida Peach ftees
can secure them by
leaving orders with
E. W. JORDAN,
" Till September. Delivery dur
ing December. 077-ltn
The Kewalo Bicycle Track,
to be known as Cyclomeic
Park, is at last a reality and
"not a dream," thanks to Hie
energy and enterprise of Ar.
Desky, and will be opened
with a grand meet next month,
and all the young men and
perhaps also the lovely girls
will want to try their luck on
it. In anticipation of increased
sales on bicycles we have
nm'pflv WA in n rrnnrl ctnrl nf
taJ5? ,?fi,THE REMINGTON
iiivaw u iiviiw uwuv.1 ill ill l.
market. The Tribune is now
recognized in the United States
as the best; it is the favorite
with all the society people and
business men all over the
Union, and our own American
Minister rides one. Recent
advices announce a cut in
prices of low grade, but the
strictly high grade wheels still
sell readily at the former list
price. We have made better
arrangements with the manu
facturers, whereby we are en
abled -to sell the Tribune bicy
cles at list price $100, and
invite all intending purchasers
of wheels to come and inspect
our stock before going else
where. We have ladies' and
ijentlemen's road wheels, racers
and all models manufactured
by the celebrated Black Manu
facturing Co. We also carry
the Columbus, Columbus
Juvenile for Boys and Girls,
B & H Special, Zimmy and
Stormer, which are sold ex
' 'TZie Latest Model is reduced from
$100 to $85.
Hawaiian Hardware Co,
NO. 307 FOBT STREET,
Opposite SprockolB' Bank
J t-sr ,e viii..
Ker Comedy Company
Matiqee To-njoMoto I
" LENA, THE MADCAP."
Matinee Prices: 50o. and 25o.
" THE OLD LIME KILN."
.ri!",H. x-T V10, v","''u Cl,n bo eouured
ut Wull, Mcliolh Umiiiiauy.
Attention, Company A.
The Pacific Cycle & Manufacturing Co.,
Sole Agents for tlie Islands.
WHITE LUPINE BEATSfS
When planted for soiling purposes cause tbo
"round to absorb and hold moisture and act as
a most efficient .....
Buunn.. Enri ching.
No Better Fertilizer is known for CANE LANDS.
E For salo in quantities to suit by
The California Feed Co.,
Telephone 12 1. Queen Street.
Aumouv Coui'anv A., N. O. II.,
Honolulu, Aur. 0. 1897.
Every Member of this Command h
hereby ordered to report ut the Drill
Shed THIS (Friili)) KVKNINO,
AuRust 6, at 7:30 o'clook, for
For Rent or Lease.
House on Kuwalo Btreot, containing
three budrnuuiH, purlor, kitctiuu, din
ing and Ijatliroonia. All nowly repair
ed. Apply to
J. A. MAGOON,
677-lw Next Pout Olllce.
limine of seveu roomfl with pantry.
bathroom, stable and borviint'b room,
situated ou the corner nf I'liiiolibowi
and Ileretauiu Btreetn. Apply to
J. G. BIUVA,
077-2WB At KUltM & Go.
Pacific Hardware Co., Ltd
Our New Suiting nncl
Liueu Orasli cnuuot be
Hxcelled nuy where iu tho
city either for Prices,
Quality or Style.
We Gnarantec Satisfaction.
The Hotel St. Tailors,
Telephone 611. P. O. Box
Pwe Can Handle J
Just to lmnd an invoico of tho Now Improved PLANTERS HOE.
SOLID OAST STEEL Extra stroug, Eye and Blade forgod from
PLOWS Breakors, Double Furrow, Subsoil, Rico.
HOWE'S SCALES Tho best in tho world.
BRUSHES Paiulfl, Oils and Varui3hos.
WIRE DOOR MATS AVindmill and Cistern Pumps.
VISES, PIPE CUTTERS Norton's Jack Screws, 8 and 10 tonB.
VACUUM OILS Anothor invoice juBt rocoivod.
eome inure collections; wo are
mcetlni: nlth great success
Mlilcli means success to our
patrons. Drop us acarilaud
we will call. It will be to
BUCK & MASON,
Coll'ting & AdVt'sing Ag'cy,
317 .Merchant Street.
SARATOGA being no loncer a pub
lic report, the proprietress will bo glad
to lot the whole or part (with board if
desired or light housokeeplnn), to
prlvato iniulllea wishing u healthy
summer resort. Kor terms, address
1. O. llnx 218, or ou the premises.
To Be Opened.
THUR8D AY, July IB, at the Bailor's
Homo, the ResUuraut will reopen
with a Free Dinner served In first
elans style. Meals, single, 25a; tickets,
$1.60. Open from 5 a. m. to 7 p m.
057-1 m l'roprletor.
PEOPLE'S EXPRSS CO.
OiriCK: 207 Merchant Sihect,
Furniture nnd Pianos care
Baggage ChccM at Your Home.
E&.IUNG US UP.
1'honiny liullelin, 7fc. per month.