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title: 'The Daily bulletin. (Honolulu [Hawaii]) 1882-1895, December 15, 1892, SUPPLEMENT, Image 6',
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Golden Rule Bazaar.
W. F. REYNOLDS, Prop.
N'o Humbug about our 1'iiees; thej aie
made on n
And never liavo to herniated.
I I Il-ON VI.IA M.l.l ( Tl II hTO K (II
Elegant Gift Books
Anil M'ANDAltl) AUTllOIJK
Children's Books in Illuminated Covers
In Hoards mtl Ianen
Combination Purses & Card Cases
( omhinatiou Wallet- in Alligatoi,
Snake and heal SI.111-.
liA.MIN OP Al.li DHH'IMITIOVb.
DIARIES for 1893
At Kowei I'm i". tban eei ofleied In
Lawn Tennis Supplies
Including IS.irKi 1-, Hall-, Hat-, Oai, -Vet-,
i'olc- and (int.
(MSOQUIW &IU'h fioni tl.r) to f-1.
CIlKIhTilAb CAliDS au- out of fislnon
and we have in theii nine-a
JlIiAl'TIKUJ, I,i: 01
which (an ot jm: iii:ati:.
HOW OLD ARE YOU?
(live the nuiuhi'i of the month in w hh h
JOU Weil' 1)01 II.
,lllltiil bj .Til.
t-llbtr.ll t .ill":.
.Multiil, b, lliu.
Add nuinb'r of daj of the month on
whieh jou weii l)iiiii.
In the le-uit-the fii-l two left-hand
liguie-will Ik the month- the -ixond two
tin- ago -the thinl two the d i of the
If Jim will i.ileulato join age bj the
.ibove fin mill i and uni'lou the ie-iilt to
ii-, wu will funii-li ion with an lllu-ti.i-tion,
not bj J)oie', hut b tlit JJlJl'l 1'-
aui.i: urn A.sbUUAxci: ,sorn:TYor
the United States, -bowing the advantage -of
theii 1'ne 'tontine l'ulii ies and llond-,
ba-ed on the aetual ie-iilt- of J'oliiii
wbieh have matiiied this jl.ii.
BRUCE & A. J. CARTWRIGHT,
ifiiui.il Agent- for the Hawaii in -land-,
dilutable Life A mania .Nuietv of the
HTJSTACE & CO.,
WOOD and COAL.
White and Black Sand
Whleh we will hull at the Veij Lowest
noil Hi TuiL'Dimiip 11 1 1 x.
Bell 414 TELEPHONE Mutual 414
uiti.Mi 'j in: Ti:.M'oitAitv
ident -elite 01 win. (i. Irwin. J'n
ViV" ,J""H'er of "'"' a hwl A Co., Id,
-..- . .,..., .j,, 11 11 in, a ti:
will attend to and puifomi the duties of
uiii.uu, neii-uuer una Beti
me nrst nieiitloned n i er.
-- "': iy
,, VM. (I IIIWIN,
l'rtr dent M'ni (i Irwin t o., 1. d
Honolulu, Dee. 7, iU2, .'iljj--,w
TO '1'IIB DA.I1A I1ULLHT1N, '1MIUKS11AY, DHCEMBBU If, J8II2.
(Con 1 1 mini mm the olh-r vih:)
(1:1(1011 was (lint of J'roMdonl Fioice,
and his Sociotary of State, William
L. Marey.gavo titloiaueo to similar
views in his cimtoiumv vigoiotts lan
guage. Declaiing that (ho Unitod
Slate- did not intond to attempt the
ooieiso of atij ovolusho contiol
over the Sandwich Is-laiuN. ho addod
(hat mo al-o 10-ohod "that no other
jiovvor or btalo shall exact any po
litical or coinmoteial pnvilogos fiom
thoni -whioh wo ato noi poimittod to
enjoj, far loss to ostablibh any pio
toetoiato oot thoni. Tho intor
couiso but noon oui Pacific poits and
tho poits of tho distant East i& des
tined, peilnps-, to bo upon as laigo a
soido as that whioh wo now on joy
with all tho world, and tho vessels
engaged in that tiado must oor 10
soit to tho Sandwich Islands for
fuel and othoi supplies, as husovor
boon tho ease with our whale ships
in (heir out ward and inw aid n ages.
it is consequent I j indispensable to
our welfaio that tho polio whioh
govenib them should bo lilvial and
that it -hould oontinito fieo fiom
control ot any thinl counhy."
This was tho way in whioh tho
matter was left up to the beginning
ol the chil wat, and since that eont
the .same policy has boon puiMiod.
Undei Gen. Giant's Administiation.
Seciotaiy Fish deolaied that "the'
position of tho Sandwich slands as
aii outpost lionting and command
ing tho whole of oui possessions on
the Pacific Ocean ghos to the futuie
of those islands a poouliai inteiost
in tho Government and people of
the United States. It is oiy clear
that this Goeinment cannot be ex
pected to n-ent to their tianstei
fiom theii present contiol to that of
any powortul inaritiino 01 eommoi
cial nation. Such transfoi to a maii
tinie power would threaten a militaij
suneillaiio( in tin. P. will,. -;,,.;i-,.. 1,,
that which jiouuiidn has ailouled in
the Atlantic. The lattoi has been
submitted to fiom neoessilv, inas
much as it was congenital with our
Gineinmont, but wo desiie no addi
tional similai out posts in the hands
of those who may at any futuie time
u-e thoni to our disadvantage." Sec
rotaij Blame put the same point
cloaity, dining his first town as Soc
lotary of State: "Tho hiMon of oui
iMiiopeiin lelations for Jilf oai.s
show ,s t he jealous concein w it li w hich
the United States has guauled its
control of the coast from Joieign in
teifoience, and this without exten
sion of toiiitonal possession beyond
tho mainland. Lt has alwas "been
us aim to pieseno tiio liiondly 11011
tialitj ot tho adjacent State, and
insular possessions. Its attitude to
waid Cuba is in point. The position
of the Hawaiian Islands 111 (ho
iehiity of our Pacific coast and
(heir intimate conimoicial and poli
tical lelations with us, load this
Gineinmont to watch with giao 111
j toiost, and to logaid imlavoiably,
, any inoomonl, negotiation, 01 dfs
I oiission aiming to tumbler thorn in
I any oumtuality whatoor to another
1 The bumming up of all (his ana
I of testimony is that oui U01 eminent
is committed against am polie of
I annoving these islands, 'but is "also
comniitted against allowing thoni to
I pass under tho contiol ol anv other
! nation. No doubt it is largely be-
cause of this generous policy that
American influence is stiongin the
I islands. Tho United States may
pioporly be logaided at. the virtual
(loloudei ol Hawaii against absorp
tion bj aiij ICnropean powoi.
When on a Isit to low a, .Mi. K.
J)olton, of Lm.ij, Ihissoll Count j,
iv.iiis.is, oauoii at iiio lalnnatoiy of
Chaniboihiin i. (Jo.. On- Mriim.v i,
J"us.is, uauoii at 1 110 a una 1
Chan.boiiain A, Co., Dos .Moim
l ii . . .' " VV ' '"
.siiuw uioiii nib si joar old hoy,
whose life had boon saved by Chain
bcrlain'b Cough Koinedy, it having
cm i'd him ot a vorj sovoio attack of
oiottp. Mr. Dalton is coitain that it
saved his boy's Hfo and is enthus
iastic in hib piaiso of tho Homedy.
1'or sale by all doiilom. Boiiboh,
Smith (!l Co, Agentn foi tho Hawai
Notice to tho Public.
The Mount People of Jfonnlnhi:
Tho Shirt Question is still in tho
minds of tho public and 1 wish to
make a standing statement in regard
to (ho LuniTig-.lohiibou matter. On
or about tho 2d day or December a
lot of old shuts was left in my ollioo
with insti actions to topaii them bj
one signed Luning. I did topair
tho shuts, and a few diiys later this
man Luning, accompanied by his
wife, called and biought another
bhnt to bo lopahed, and also abking
to see tho fltst lot of shirts. I show
ed them and thoj wore both well
pleased and s.nid the job was well
done, and told me that tho China
man would call on Monday and take
thorn to bo 10-laiindiied. This was
on Satuidaj minions to Monday
mentioned, and when I finibhed tho
last shiit I biought the bill to
Lunintr tit his ollioo. TT. ! w .;(,!
but I did not s(.nic, and T simply
told him 1 would like to collect
money for my w 01 L Ho used some
eiy hot winds and said T had a
cheek to ask for 1113 money then,
and ho said he would iitin mi?, but
still T did not soaio. 1 told Luning
in jMOsoneo of a witness that ho was
welcome to call at 1113 place of busi
ness, whoio 1 hae a 'room enclosed,
and ho could tiy on tho shiits there,
but ho would not do it. No doubt
Mr. Luning thought ho had dead
easy game, but ho was like the man
that tell out of the balloon ho was
simply not in it. 1 will say this,
that in any case 1 make now shiits
and if (hey do not gio entiio satis
faction will alter thoni, make now
shiits, or lefund tho 11101103-. Can
any poison do 111010? I will also
keep 111 repair all shiits made by 1110
for two yoai.s fioe of charge, for 1
am as quiet as a lamb.
A. L. Johnson,
Tho Shut Maker,
Goiad Wio 111 JJeutohland.
Big Cornied, Farmraised Turkeys
JPor Christmas !
?&- run i-Au: .r tiii:
W. J, WJl.COX.
Waialae Ranch & Dairy
FOR S-AJliE! !
j)i;i.ivi:i!i:i) twioi: a day.
COf Head J' to book legulai eii-tomei-
Armory Building, - BeretaniaSt.
Bicycle Hiding Scliool.
Day & EJvenixag.
Ladies' & Gents' Bicyclos For Hire
J1Y 'Uli; J)AY Ult JiOUJi.
ViibllebKiitliigi Mondaj and Saturday
ovciilnuB, fiom 7:J0 to 1(1. J.'Udav ovining
foi Ladies mid tlioir j:-foitn only.' Jliuvolu
1.0-oiih: Tue-daj , WidneMlav and Tiiiirij
diiy Bicyolo Repairing Solicited.
The Markets of San Fiancisco
ARE BROUGHT TO YOUR DOORS
in mtvns 01 tiii
Which is Operated Dlreetlj bj the
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THE SAN FRANCISCO
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i a letter will do it all
"&- W'lllr. iiw f... .........:
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wliole-ale and jou ituji tlie benutit.
KZ3 Addre-s all LoiuniuniiationH
EXAMINER PURCHASING DEPARTMENT,
Calilornla, - - . U. S. A.
Jim, 411 Ti:u:j'HONKS Muriui. Ill
At McKinley Frices!
Departure Bay Coal
SI312 J T03ST!
T-J)(iUvuu'(l to any iurt of Honolulu
HUSTAOE & CO.
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