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Hilo is not going bnckwnrri. Sloro
kcupors arc not eninplniniug of dull
tiinos. Three nii'o now buildings
hnvo boon eroded latoly and ono is
now occupied. The. .lapaneso mis
sion, located on the main street, was
torn down and a bountiful now one
erected, much larger and of a dif
ferent stylo of architect uro. It has
been all at tho oxpensoof the .lapan
eso, as thoy said thoy did not
wish contributions from outsiders.
Tho church will seal two hundred or
inoro. It is beautifully painted in
colors selected by our home artist,
Mr. C. 17urnonu. Tho pulpit (01
desk) is of beautiful design. Them
is a platform on which it rests, also
a cabinet organ, on which Mrs. Fur
neaux plaj's, and those who load tho
music, sit. Tho mission is in a very
prosperous condition. Jlev. dim
Oknbo is much liked. There is a
missionary at llonomu, How Mr.
Oku, who lately arrived from Japan,
who has been very successful in that
country. Kov. O. 11. Gulick, who
has labored with him in Japan,
speaks in tho highest terms of him.
There is also a missionary at Hono
kaa. Tho Hawaiian Board are en
titled to many thanks for doing so
well by tho Japanese.
Two doors above the Japanese
Church is tho now building erected
by Mr. Silva the photographer,
which is also an ornament to Hilo.
It has every convenience. The main
room is beautiful, as also the di eas
ing room. Probably there is no
better artist on tho islands. Pictures
aro truthful and wear well. Each
picture is a portrait. He has had 12."
years' experience as a photographer
in California and the islands.
On tho corner of Front and Wni
anuenue streets is tho new store of
Antonio Serrao, also an ornament to
Hilo, and is opposite tho store of L.
Tho Steon-Sniith Combination
have given three entertainments,
and gave general satisfaction, but
the first two nights to small but ap
preciative audiences. The last night,
Saturday, there was a largo house.
On Saturday evening the Portu
guese Mission gave an ice cream
festiv.nl for tho purpose of raising
money for an oran. As usual there
woro for sale flowers, cake, lemonade,
home-made candies, netting a nice
sum. The ico cream, made by Mrs.
Piorra, was perfectly delicious and
all who tasted praised it. So was
the homo cocoanut candy made by
tho ladios praised.
Glad to know that tho Volcano
road is making rapid strides under
tho now management. It should be
finished this year. J. A. M.
Hilo, Sept. f, 1892.
An Ignored Reply.
Tho following solf-oxphinatorj'
letter was handed to tho editor of
tho Advertiser last night, and as that
paper made no allusion to it in to
day's issues and has not retracted its
falso statomonts, T ask for its inser
tion in your columns.
A GENTLE I'llOTEST.
Mn. Editor: Thoro is a popular
superstition in Honolulu to tho
effect that tho editor of tho Advor
tiser is a gentleman. Does tho fol
lowing excerpt from 3-our journal
confirm such a belief, or does it sus
tain your journalistic motto of "Bo
"The 'white-washed' American em
ployed in a planing mill is threaten
ed with a loss of his position unless
ho indites letters to gratify the
spleon of his warrant shaving em
ployers." I mado certain charges against
your paper under my signature in
tho Bulletin, charges that you could
not rofuto. I conducted my side of
tho controversy in decent English
and in a gentlemanly manner, and
you have replied like a blackguard.
Tho insinuation above quoted that I
have been influenced or coerced into
writing a single lino for or against
your paper or tho proposed lottery
is an unqualified falsehood. I can
readily understand that you should
imagine that a mechanic is obliged
to submit to tho will of his employ
ers in such matters, for the intellec
tual ounuch, commonly called nn edi
tor, is obliged to sacrifice his mental
independence to tho policy of tho
paper. To become a quill-driving
automaton and to await the approv
al of his chiof before the bread-and-butter-inspired
products of his pen
can moot the public gaze. Fortun
ately tho world moves and the Gal
liloos of industrial life aro no longer
obliged to whisper that fact on the
threshold of a prison. T think you
owo tho gentlemen you have so
grossly insulted, my employers, as
ample an apology as you latoly ex
tended to Miss Calhoun for a similar
cowardly attack. As for myself, J
am not at all offended with your
coarse innuondos, for I am aware
that my letters must have furnished
you considerable amusement, and
I always strive to annuo.
Honolulu, Sept. (5, 1892.
rpHtt WEEKLY HULLKTJN-fflS COL
X uiiuiH of IntereRtlui! Heading .Matter.
Islands. $4: HiaUeU to'foreh;" eouutrius, $0.
Undo Sam Won't Hiwo It.
ISntTon Bt'Lt.r.Tix :
The lottery men ask for tho un
restricted use of the Hawaiian mails.
We aro a member of tho Postal
Union. How long would wo remain
a member of tho Postal Union, if
this thing woro established horo? If
there is a. plague-spot hero, don't,
you suppose tho civilized world will
establish a quarantine?
You say that is not our business.
It is very much our business. If we
buy property ol a man, wo propose
to examine his title to the real estate.
If we make a little deal with the
deil, wo propose to count his chips.
The people of tho United States
have expended treasure and made
sacrifices to suppress tho lottery.
Will they receive lottery mail? Will
t hoy allow lot lory cable messages? In
cipher? Yes, and tho Hawaiian
Government will receive their money
in cipher too. We want our money
If tho cable is built by a lottery
company, tho United Stales will not
allow tho end to land on theirshores.
If the bulk of our mail matter is
known to bo lottery mail, it will not
bo allowed to land at any port in tho
United Slates. It will bo watched
and excluded as effectually as Chi
nese immigration. The scheme is
not feasible, and tho fool-killer is
liable to stop our way.
If we are to become the bye-word
of the civilized world wo don't want
to become its laughing slock. It
would be a pretty sight to see tho
world holding itsuoe with ono hand
and pointing at us with the other.
Sept. 7, 1892. J. P..
It Will Break Dillingham.
Editor Bulletin :
livery man who signs his name to
tho petition in favor of tho lottery,
signs the death warrant to Mr. Dil
lingham's success abroad. Every
thinking man knows it. There am
many people in this community, who
aro waiting eagerly for his return,
knowing thai if successful in his mis
sion, it means honest work and
honest pay to hundreds of laboring
men in our midst, who can thereby
make for themselves a comfortable
existence to say the least. Hawaii
has been her own worit enemy more
than onco in recent history. Will
she go down to a suicide's grave at.
last? Is Mr. Dillingham to return
empty-handed, and find that his
years of effort and labor have boon
destroyed by the hands of men he
trusted to sustain at homo, tho inte
grity and honesty of tho country he
is representing abroad? W. L.
Sept. (i, 1S.)2.
The First Law of Nature.
Tho balloon was tugging at tho
ropes that held it, as if eager to
bound upward into tho trackless
dopths of space.
Tho aeronaut, pale but self-possessed,
stood at tho side of the bas
ket giving his final directions to tho
men in charge of the ropes.
As ho was preparing to take his
place in tho frail vessel in which ho
was about to navigate tho air an ex
cited young man with a hunted look
in his eyes rushed up and asked him
'Will this balloon take up two
''ft will," answered tho aeronaut.
"Is the basket strong enough for
"Then 1 want to make tho trip
"Young man, do you know any
thing about the dangers of a balloon
"No, sir; but. I'm not, afraid of
"Do you see that it is getting
cloudy in the west, that tho wind is
rising, and a storm is coming up that
may carry us 500 miles from hero be
fore we come down?"
"That's all right. It doesn't scare
mo a cent's worth. I'd rather go
than stay, and I'm ready to climb if
"What's your business, young
"I'm a newspaper reporter."
"Oh! you want to go along to write
tho thing up?"
"No!" said the young man, wildly.
"I'm trying to dodge the cityoditor.
He's looking for a reporter to send
to write u) a Woman Suffrage con
vention!" Chlvuu" '1'rtlmnr.
Saved, a Woman's Iiifo.
Mr, J. 13. Tlioroughgood, writing
from Georgetown, Delaware, says:
"Two teaspoonfuls of Chamberlain's
Colic, Cholera and Diarrhum Rem
edy saved tho life of Mrs. .lauo
Thomas, of this place." ilo also
states that several other very bad
cases of bowel complaint there have
been cured by this remedy. For
sale bj' all dealers. J5onson, Smith
& Co,, Agents.
Old Rags Wanted.
Clean white rags, suitable for band
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Homo and the Hoys' Homo, Leper
Settlement, Molokai. -Ring up 281
Mutual telephone, and they will be
sent for; or leave tho same at the
otlico of tho Hoard of Health, or at
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At jirlct'K which wo eslnltlhhed on
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Turkish Bath Soap, 4 Gakos 25 cts.
Farina Bouquet, 4 Cakes 25 cts.
Oatmoal Soap, 4 Cakos 25 cts.
Curly Maple, 4 Cakos 25 cts.
And Other Soaps at 3 for 25 Cents.
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6F Cull ami -ei1 our floods bifuu buy
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Jcwarc of Imitations !
1 CAUTION tho I'uldie iigainst the oll'er
ings of "Normal bnnltiiry Jaeger
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houses to mislead tins imlilic. The
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ME CANDIES !
HART & CO.,
Elite Ice Cream Parlors,
Wish to inform the, l'uhliuof Hono
lulu and all lesidents of the other
Islands that they have scented the
services! of Jlr. Charles I.udwigt-en,
an expert Candy Maker of long ex
perience, and who is particularly
familiar with theitastes of all lovers
Having recently made great im
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ery to onrextensive Candy Factory,
we nre now hotter ahle than ever
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"not how l'huai', hut now noon"
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