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NOTICE TO OWNERS OF BRANDS.
All Brands mint, bj low, be le-regls-tored
prior to July 1, 18'U, or the.v will be
forfeited, mid cull thereafter bu appro
printed by any one.
Itcgiit ration on Oalut shall be miido til
tlio Interior Olllee.
On tlio othei Islands It liiill bo dono nt
tlio Otllc s of tlio saverul SliuillK
0. X. WILCOX,
Minister of the Interior.
Interior Olllee, Dee. '., 1SIU. flji'Mf
Holders of Water Privileges, or "tlic-e
paying Water Hates, me hereby nolilicd
thuttlio Hour for ulng wutor for Irilgii
tlon purposes tiro fioiu Oto ; o'clock . m.,
and 4 to 0 o'oloek- v. v., until further notice.
J011X I'. WHITE,
Supt. Honolulu Water Woiks.
U. X. Wiii'o,
Minister of the Interloi.
Honolulu, II. 1., J.m. fi, UH.
THE DAILY BULLETIN.
Pledged to neither Sict nor Party,
But Estnhlhhed for the Benefit of AIL
THUUSDAY, M.AKCU .'$(), 1893.
Tlio scholars at Kaiuolinmolia
School woro given not only a holi
day, but also annexation badges,
presumably to show the Commis
sioner tho feeling of ioung llawai
iaus and to swell tho roll of "those
eligible to vote. The innocent lads
no doubt wont far to make up the
largo number of signets reported in
this morning's "padded" impression.
One of the qualities that attract
admiration to President Cle eland
is his thoroughness. The Aiher
tiser reluctantly pas him a tribute
on this score. Already the State
Department has "full information"
on tho Hawaiian quest ion, it .
But "full" information is not enough
for tho 1'roiident. it adds in etlect.
&o he has sent Mr. Blount here to
got the "fullest" information. If
tho information at the State Depart
ment was quite full, however, wo do
not believe Mr. Cleveland would
tend anybody here prospecting for
tho superlative article. By the way,
how much can vou add to a full
quart measure to make it fuller, and
how much will it hold at the
MAJORITY OR MINORITY RULE?
Ono of the incongruities of tho
prosout and prospective political
situations is that tho annexationist
openly express their determination
to conduct the government of Ha
waii upon the principle that the
minority, and not tho majority, shall
rule. It is a melancholy thought
that so many intelligent people, call
ing themselves Americans, and pro
fessing attachment for those princi
ples of government expressed by the
immortal Lincoln, viz., "government
of tho people, by tho people and for
the people" should now peso as
tho outspoken champious of minor
ity rulo, and under circumstances
which will made it nothing short of
a despotism. Is annexation to mean
a government conducted upon tho
American, or upon the llussiau prin
ciple? If tho formor, it must em
brace the feature of civil rights for
tho people, and local control of local
affairs. If those rights are not to
bo recognized and preserved, and if
tho Russian principle of a govern
ment by an oligarchy backed up by
bayonets is to be permanently im
posed upon Hawaii, then wo protest
against the Stars and Stripes being
prostituted to tho piotecticm of such
conditions. Such a theft of the
livery of Heaven ami its prostitution
to tho service of Satan, should bo
frowned down and prevented by all
"A TREBLED POPULATION."
The Star proves too much when it
"troblos tho population" as one of
tho results of annexation. The pro
posed union is intended, l3' its pres
ent advocates, to result, first of all,
in tho abolition of the forms of
local self-government, such as have
prevailed horo for a half century.
Tho excuso given 1)3' the champions
of this schoino of piracy is, that if
the voting franchise is pieserved,
thoy (tho champions; will not be "in I Piovisional Government's Coinmis
it," as the majority of tho people sioueis. The organ of coercion sol
aro averse to annexation and to tho I i-iunly cursed the organs of public
party represented by the champions ! opinion foi their wickedness in hold
aforesaid. They aro doubtless cor-I ing out "faNe" hopes to tho native
root in this, so far as the facts aro , Hawaiians that tho Anioricnn Gov
coucorned, but what about the eminent would pay (lie slightest at
"troblod population" that is going tention to lepiesentations of the
to follow so closely upon the heels (vueou on behalf of hor count ry
of annexation? Thoio are only about I people as well as her-elf. It is tine
10,000 Hawaiians in this countiy,
less thai) half of the entire popula
tion, and yet tho annexationists pro
claim, in one breath, that a piosona-
tion of the forms of local solf - gov -
aritinnnf IVlll UlWltllM I Imttl it (lift
v ""- " ""' :" "
puna, 0uu11u.su ui mu iiiiuiu iiiiijmiij ,
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and in tho uo.xt brunt h thoy jno
claim that a treblod population will
at onco follow tho acceptance of
their Bchoine. If tlio population is
to bo bo soon and so greatly inuroua-
od by the influx of Americans, what
possible leason can thoio be for dis
franchising the natives, so soon to
be enormously outnumbered, as a
means of pieveuting so-called native
Why is annexation unpopular
among the people, outside the circle
of foreign shopkeepers who see, or
think Ih 03 see. moie "tiade" in the
piopo-ed condition? Why do the
native Hawaiian abhor tho von
idea and shudder and grow indig
nant at the bate mention of annexa
tion? The answer to these questions
is not far to seek, and we commend
to Mr. Commissioner Blount the
light task of obtaining such answer.
We will, to facilitate that efTott on
his part, assure him, b3' way of
ground-woik for the answer, that
the main cause of such uupopulatil3
and abhononeo among Hawaiians,
lias been the criminal .stupidity f
the Provisional Government in act
ing upon the supposition that the
wishes and sentiments of the Ha
waiians, as to the government of
their own country, would bo as ruth
lessly ignored 1 tho United States
Congiess as they havo been, are, and
promise to be, by the Provisional
Government itself. From the day
when the "oininontly respectable"
coteiio who aie sailing under the
Hag of tho Unite I States and undei
the claim of being the JIauaiiun
Government, (list imposed their
political viitues and eccentricities
upon un tliey have at least wink
ed at the proclamation sent to
every wind of heaven by their
noisy parti-aiiN that "the kanaka
must take a back seat," in tho
government of his own, his
native land. The pluaso quoted has
been amplified, in construction, into
a wholesale lobbuiy of the civil
rights of the inoffensive and un
offending Hawaiian. With a solf
sullicieney that might lie amusing
vveie it les disgusting, the P. G. has
studiously avoided oveiy effort to
counteiact the impressions of im
pending piracy with which the
mouthing-) of its Commissioners and
other paitUans have imbued the
native mind, and lias practiced the
bluudeiing stupidity of allowing it
self to bo consideied as an active
party to the threatened spoliation.
Instead of educating the natives to
tho real intent and benelits of an
nexation, tho P. G. has allowed them
to believe the threats of vassalage
so fteoly indulged in by the rump of
political louudeia who comprise their
chief support. A policy of concilia
tion and education would havo
biought conveits to annexation by
the hundred, from tho native camp.
The Vandoibiltian policy of "the
people bo damned," thus far in
dulged, lias made the Hawaiians
unanimous against annexation.
The logic of the foregoing facts
is, that if annexation is to bo popu
larized if it is to bo made even en
durable to tho sons of tlio soil tho
pioject must bo placed in other
hands for its consummation, than
those 1)3" which it has thus far been
so mioiahry mismanaged. Messrs.
Dole, Smith and Jones would no
doubt shine in tlio diiectorate of a
inissionai3' Sunday school kinder
garten, but as to their political
sagticitj', wo piefer, in the face of
their recently enacted sedition
"laws," to express no opinion.
MR. BLOUNT'S MISSION.
Fioni the first day of the Ptovi
sional Government's existence up to
tho present time, nothing discredita
ble nor disordei 13' has become charge
able to tho opposition. This state
ment applies both to opponents of
annexation on tho merits and to
those who condemn tho modes
adopted 1)3 its piomoteis and many
things done 1)3" and in the name of
its jiiirty. Nothing seems to havo
aiiniJjed the supporiois of tlio
scheme in hand more than tho dig
nified behavior of tho-e who have
not enlisted under their banner.
That tho dissidents of all complex
ions havo avoided bucking against
the United States as a nation has
grieved especially tho hotter-headed
portion of the revolutionists. It
has galled them particulaily to see
tho native Hawaiians awaiting with
calmness and patience tho action
of the United States after tho nation
h?id iccoived fuller infounation than
tin inloiosted statements of tlio
that Harrison's administration was
in for coercive annexation witli all
the mind and heart and soul depo
sited beneath "grandfather's hat."
, But Hariison's administration had
lwmil m Mil linn iwwl m nilmn wi huur
i...r. .. .. ;4 .. .......t... i ... j '
iiuiuiu n iinuiiiiirii mit leiik wiling.
When the man with n conscience.
Urover Cleveland, assumed tho min, 1 ". "" """'" 'f the 1'oituguoso
r n .:, ,i,lu.;,,.. c... r ... Cabinet went 011 a special train to
of tho nation destiny for four Cl,,,,as ,, ,liia lu ,,', i,oh,,tnl.
yoaie, a change eanio over tho spirit 'j'lio tiain uiu oir the tiaek at (Jainp
of tho coinoiouistb' dieain. Their olide, ami all tho pusouguin woio
local iepreentatives wero buoyed
up for a few days with baseless re
ports from Mr. Thuistou in
Washington, to the effect that
Piesident Cleveland was going to
press the tieaty fathered by his
piedecessor thiough tlio Senate, sit
ting in extra session to eonfitin tlio
new Piesident's appointments It)
olllee. At the same time these mis
leading and wholly unauthoritative
reports from the Provisional Govern
ment's Commission were leceived,
advices fioni Messrs. Neumann and
MacTai'lano lopresentiug the "fair
ileal" cause stated that Piesident
Cleveland was going to send a Coin
mission to these islands to investi
gate the whole scheme. These cor
rect advices were denounced by the
eoeicion organ as being manufac
tured to mislead tho Hawaiians.
Well, President Clot eland's Com
missioner is hero now. His recep
tion 1)3' the coercion organ is a com
bination of a snarl and a sneer.
Paraplnased with the thought that
ciops up between the lines, tho coer
cion oi gau's gieetiug runs about
"Mr Cleveland had no business to
send a Commissioner heie. Full in
formation had already been laid bo
fore the State Department b3 Thurs
ton and his colleagues, which tho
Piesident, being innocent of know
ledge of Thuihton's reputation for
veracity, had no right to doubt. If
Mr. Cleveland is determined to show
aii3- regard for tho opinions of real
Hawaiians, or any icspect for tho
majoiity of a fiee and intelligent
people, he had bettei not do any
thing contrary to the wishes of the
alleged majoiit3' of the foieign
miuorit3. The friends of annexation
are not afraid of investigation, but,
after they had effected tho sale of
tho count i3 for nothing, would even
couit investigation 13 the futuie
writers of the county's histoi3'.
Annexation of a kind involving tax
ation without ropiosentation, against
which the fathers of our country
successfully levolled, is good enough
for Hawaiians in these latter day.s.
Let it come lirst, and investigation
ma3 be left to posterity."
ROUND THE GLOBE.
LatQat Items from Every Point of
Tiemont Temple. Boston, was
gutted by lire Mai eh It). Its dam-
age is estimated at fiom ;j:i2.'),00l) to i Sunburn relieved at onco 1)3 Cu
SJTo.OOO. The Paikor House, adjoin- i cumber Tonic. Benson, Smith & Co.,
ing, sustained S,"0,000 damage fioni
Agents at New Voik of the miss
ing steamer Naionic havo given her
up as lost.
Tho New Yoik Times, in the face
of ollicial denials, persists in declar
ing that the boileia of the new Pa
cific Coast defense battle ship Mon
terey havo failed to develop the re
quired hoiso power.
E. J. W. Moiso Sc Co.'s large cot
ton thread factory at Southeast on,
Mass., has been burned; loss $173,000
to 200,000, partly insured.
Prairie tires aro raging in different
parts of Oklahoma territor3-.
Tho S. S. Sarnia arrived at Halifax,
N. S., long ovoidue. Sho had bro
ken her shaft at sea and repaired it
in a few d.'ys so as to stand an 8
There is a stiike on tho Ann Ar
bor, Mich., r.iilwa3', and tho engin
eers of the Wabash road threaten to
go out in sympathy. (Tho Ann Ar
bor general manager's name is Ash
lo3', same as that of tho Oaliu Kail
way's superintendent .)
Captain Jacob Hand Vanderbilt,
brother of the lato Coininodoio
Cornelius Vanderbilt, died Match
10. For 11C.11I3' JO yoatsho command
ed .steam boats plying between New
York and polls on the Hudson, etc.
Sheriff Johnson has brought to
Ukiah, Cal., a stage robber named
Poit Randolph, with sutlicient evi
dence to convict him of lobbing the
Cusidoco stage of Wells, Fargo &
Co.'s money box on March 0.
it is lepoited at Poitlaud that the
International Nickel Company, own
ing the gieat nickel niine at Kiddles,
has sold out to an English s3'iidicate,
which is capitalized for ;j8,000,000.
The Noithein Pacific steamship
Tacoma ai lived at Tacoma on Mar.
I!) witli a valuable cargo, including
uiany e.xliibits lor the World's Fail.
On the next .steamer J00 Chiue-o
actoi.s and actresses for the Fair will
E. 1). Walli, aged forty years, had
his horse fall on him in tlio wilds of
Nevada, breaking one of his legs and
l)adly injuiing one aim. He d tagged
himself with one leg and one arm
over the mountain trail foi fourteen
miles, the painful journey occiqn
ing thi eo days. Valti was then
found in a pitiable condition, but it
is hoped he will livo.
An awful fatality occurred at a fiie
in Madrid, Spain. Two families weie
suffocated 111 tlieir beds. Fifteen
poisons jumped fioni the windows,
ten of tlieui Jjeing killed and tin 00
receiving mortal injuries, Twent3'
one poisons ate known to have
perished, and several others, whose
late is iinkiiow 11, ate believed to have
been binned or crushed in the ruins.
The liie In oko out 111 a pastry cook's
shop in Saint Sebastian, and spread
to flense tenanted houses tniougli
1 tho explosion of a keg of spirits.
John Dillon, Nationalist member
of Parliament for East .Ma!), in
J speaking to a Glasgow audience said
that U ill the trouble with Lister it
i,. i...:,kir 4 i.i. i;i,.i...u i... i.,..w.
. w t i i .1 .
. rule 11 inIiiiioii count iiom 1 lieu own
' King Carlos, Oner 11 .Maiie Aliialio
thrown off tho seats. Aside from tho
fright caused bv the shock, hovyever,
nobody sufforod from the accident.
After two hours' wailing the royal
party proceeded on another train.
Tho celebration in Hoilin of tho
memory of tho patriots who fell in
the revolution of MS was quiet bo-
vond all expectation. The police i
had made efaboiato preparation to
queii an iiisuiruiiui'cs, uia iiiiiini no
.! i ..f :..i..-r.. :.,.. ...m. n... ..,n
lll'tu l'l iiiiui ii'iiuu iviiu uiu mutiii
mid ordoily group that wont out to
lnx wreaths on the graves of tho
revolutionary martyrs. Tho outdoor
meetings, for which propaiations
had been made, wore rendered im
possible by tho weaUier.
Judgo Fostor Finds that tho Lot
tory Act of 1802 Novor Oarno
A nuinbor of Chinese woro tried
in the District Court tho other day
on a charge of violating chapter 11,
Laws of 188C), in regard to gaining.
Messrs. llartwell and Peterson as
counsol in tho respective cases en
teied an exception to tho effect that
on .Inn. .'11, 181):$, the law under
which the charge is made was not
Police Magistrate Foster made tho
following lindings this morning:
UJ Utuior Sec. I ol tlio Utvil
Code, tho Lottery Act Jan. 18, l.SSW,
never took effect or became "obliga
tory" for any purpose, because it
was ropoaled before it was printed
and made public.
J.) JbiVon if said Lottery Act over
took effect, chap. 11, Laws of 1881),
was not repealed and therefore re
mained in force until the publica
tion of Act 21 of the Provisional
Government on Maich '.), 18'.1,'3.
Judgment was given in thecaso
of J. Andrade, selling liquor to
minors, finding defendant guilty
and suspending sentence, as theie
was no law providing for au3' pun
ishment. Tlneo Chinese weie found guilty
of violating tho gaming law by play
ing dominoes and lined 87.
Honor to Whom Honor is Due.
In 3'our issue last night you state
that the Golden Kulo Bazaar had
displayed aciossthe stieet the Ha
waiian and American Hags with the
woids welcome and aloha. The
Golden Rulo Bazaai Hies the Ha
waiian Hag as tho Hag of these Isl
ands. Mr. Cooke and Mr. "Lovvroy,
of tho linn of Lowers A; Cooke, pot
souallv interested themselves in
having the two Hags mentioned
placed acioss the stieet, and it is
pleasant to nut ice in those unsettled
times that thoio aro at least two
Anioiican gentlemen who realize the
fact that thoio is still a Hawaiian
Hag. W. F. Kuv.noi.us.
Honolulu, Mai oh !$(), JSSI.i.
J. C. Davis, Rector of St. James'
Episcopal Church, Eufaula, Ala.:
"My sou has been badly afflicted
with a fearful and ilncateuiug cough
for several months, and after trying
several prescriptions fioni phj'sicians
which failed to relieve him, he has
been perfectly restoicd by the use ol
two bottles of Bo
An Episcopal schec's German Syr
up. I can recom
Roctor. mend it without
severe, deep-seated coughs like this
are as severe tests as a renicdj' can
be subjected to. It is for these long
standing cases that Boschee's Ger
man Syiup is made a specialty.
Many others afflicted as this lad
was, will do well to make a note ol
J. F. Arnold, Montevideo, Minn.,
writes: I always use German Syrup
for a Cold 011 the Lungs. I have
never found an equal to it far less
G. G. 01; I.N. S(ik Mdiffr.Woodbury.NJ.
FRIDAY, MARCH 31.
run 0.1 ai.m'y has hi'okijn
28 Tears !
Ready From 0 O'clock A, M.
H 1893 W
Bimilii Hirlfin Cp., L'l
Saturday, March 25, 1S9S.
Was it ever occurred to you
that the Islands are getting a
trcmciulolls amount of free
. . . .
advertising? Has it ever oc
curred to you that it would be
better if the representative of
one of the foreign newspapers
now sojourning here would
adhere closer to the truth, and
to the principle of investigat
ing rumors before publishing
them, rather than publish first
and be called a scorner of the
truth afterward? Better for
the community and the paper
represented. It has to us and
we're not alone in the opi
nion. The generous ant' general
advertising the country has
received during the past two
months will help us in many
ways and injure certain indivi
duals in others. It will bring
capital to the country and tou
rists to our shores. It will
create a demand for Kodaks
and bring globe trotters here
to view, what the representa
tive of one San Francisco pa
per has made them believ e, is
the most available spot on
earth for Parkhursting cranks
and the Rotbed of intrigue and
deception. The Bureau of
Annexation has proven itst-lf a
better advertising channel than
the Bureau of Information,
but then the latter deals mostly
in climate and scenery. The
tourists now here proclaim this
a veritable h.den, a paradise,
the condensation of every
thing necessary to make life
pleasant and bearable, and the
society feature hits them hard.
instead ol me "nait naked na
tive" who carts treasureb from
the Palace they found an in
telligf nt well dressed people.
Instead of native women run
ning the streets regardless of
dress they found a "swag
ger" set among which the divi
ded skirt is popular. Instead of
the "two an' ha'penny" shops
in whose windows they expect
ed to see curios and tapa they
find in our store the embodi
ment of everything new and
ornamental. They find in it a
larger and better displayed
assortment of house furnishing
goods than they ever saw in a
city of three times the size in
the United States. We don't
like to boast but when such
decayed substance as lately
appeared in a San Francisco
paper is placed under our
olfactory organ we are forced
to do it and to murmur a gen
Does anyone suppose that
the people who read the arti
cles referred to believe they
would find in far off Hawaii a
plow half so good as the Hen
dry Breaker? Did anv of
them expect to find in this re
puted slow going community
a firm with snap and ginger
enough in its composition to
take hold of a new fangled
thing like the Aermotor and
drive every other windmill out
of the market? We trow not !
We like advertising whether
it be free or paid, but give us a
bit of truth in it. Let it be
known that the country
abounds in milk and honey;
that the land in some parts of
the Islands produces coffee
that will cause the South
American article to blush. Let
them know that our establish
ment contains a complete
stock of implements necessary
to the proper cultivation of the
soil and that we compete with
the manufacturers in price.
Tell them that there is a hard
ware company in I Ionolulu
with ideas just a few weeks
ahead of the times, and the
people who come here to stay
and control politics can 'jm
their outfit cheaper in 1 Iono
lulu than they could back
home. All they need bring is
a paid-up subscription to their
home paper and a celluloid
collar; ami if newspaper corre
spondents who come to 1 lawaii
and find they left a reticule
full of truth back home will
call on us we will give them
a supply. "Now is the time
Hawaiian Hardware Co., L'd
(iioliu Spivel.elb' llloul;,
Comer Port 8c
Gr ZR, -A.
Opening of Spring Goods !
r.X "AVJSTIiAMA" AND "t D. 1UIYANT" I 1IAVD nKCKIVUD
117 Oases of lew Koofls
Personally "olei'teil which nrc now opi'iieil out mill an inspection
of which is invited.
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BOOMS TO LET
rpVO NICP.LY PUli
X uisliul ltiioiiis at Ni.
I O.udeii Lane, ver lea
Ni;w housi: ok pivi: 4 sa'
100ms, on MjaiMiiu ffiniSfrrtil
stieet, with ISathioom, j.it- iai!vrf3T
ent W. C., ete. Commands &JQ&ig3
one of the linest views in Honolulu. Auiily
to (177-tf) J. !. VIVAS.
Um. hum i ritw.vi mi- & .wvi N
let.mia stieet ears, a S."'VfZ3J
Cool and Convenient Cot- fcjnjl
tasre of M llnuiiis LarKe 2diSid
Lot, htable mid Chieken House. AiiiiIv to
13. It. UKNDIIY,
at Hawaiian Hurdvvmu Co.'s stole.
TO LET OK LEASE
rpllP.COITAdi; AT NO.
X liiS Kin stieet, lately
iiiii.iii,ir,l In l i l Is I jnri' R3'..A-rl
ontiiiiiini:.') lledtiiunis. Par- iii"l-y5i?
lor, DiniiiK-iooiu, Kitchen ami itathiooin;
Stable in v.ud; Ailesiun Water laid on.
1'or 11.11 tleiil lis anil teinis, aniilv to
Gli-tf at L'. 0. Hall t .Sons'.
A P.riLPIN'O CONSIST-
XL. Ill) of I ltooms,
ehen, "iiiuill llaekjaid and mpM,
side iiiti.inie, at present Cfiiiy-iiiSS
oieupied .is .1 s.iddluiy shop by Jose Dm,
in the Ijiisiiilss .ut of the town and eeu
tialh loeatul, lur p.uli( ulais apply to
On the puiinises or bv letter.
W.iiliiku, Muebiil. 1181-lw
I?"UPIl?Tc" QA1 OfYM
ELECTION OF OFFICERS.
rjlockholdeiK ol the 1 nlci - l-lanil
Steam .Saviuution ,, (L'd), held this
da, the following Ollleers anil illieetor
weioelteled foi tho enriuiug jiat :
W. It. (Iodfio
W. Ii. MuLi.in
.1. L. .MuLean
T. W. Ilobroii
.. heei mil 1 j,
noMin 01 iiiii.i'iiii;i;
W. II. Jndfiii, .1. i:na, (1. X. Wlleo
W. 0. hiiillli, K. A. riiilmufiir.
W. II. MrUiAN,
Beeiutiuv I. 1. h, N. Co.
HuiHiliillI, II, I,, Milluli l!l, IM1I,
POSITION AH llUQKKIJIJI'r.K OH
4, t-ItrL, miliar In town ir uu uluiiiu
Hon. ,iiiriaH"iiiUoMiu, ua
Oyster Cocktails ,
at iiii: -
UST ID -"
20c. Yard. '
Bruce & A. J. Cnrtwright.
At Prices to Suit the Times.
line k 1 1 uilil milt
witli Pleasant Grounds,
loriiicrly the residence of the late H. J.
Hurt, situate on Nuuanu Avenue below
School stieet. Terms easy. U2J-tf
NOTi; llofore seekiim or elosini; bar
gains elsewhere, it will pay you to scan our
column, and to at onco consult the uuder
1 signed at then ollicc.
;gp-Ve keep property in first-class con-
(lit ion. Our teinis nie moderate and as
I landlords we will alwajs be found reason
able in our dealings.
I & Apply In each eao to
BRUCE or A. J. CARTWRIGHT,
'CaitwriL'lit llullding," Merchant street,
Golden Rule Bazaar
W. F. REYNOLDS, Prop.
Our Optical Department ntill
(joca along in the even tenor of its
way despite all opposition. Every
day we jit somebody citlicr with a
pair of Eyeglasses for Q5c, and
once in a while vie get as high as
$2.00. We can't go higher be
cause, that is the best pair of crys
tals you can buy und why pay
more) The reason is that we do
not need any special two weeks'
si ud 1 of the (juration because our
iust'rumcnt, the EVEMETER, is
so simjile that its test is absolute.
I)oi, n't matter if your eyes arc
myoinc, astigmatic or any other
if ii(i 1 1 f 1 (i uit'ii win hi ;"' --
Toilet Soaps, Hair A Cloth IlruxheH,
( loiiuel hel, Lawn TunuN bilppllos.
llilitius fioni l up, llanjos, Violins,
On tlio liiittiliueiit Plan, aim 1'or limit
A liirp' Miiipl of Popular Novulu,
A well llKsoiKd block of Iloilllil Hooks ,
lo suit all anes at imhlhdiertt' nUex.
Clilldrmi'u Books from 5o. uii,
I Sols Hawaiian Stiuuiia 81.75 & S4.00.
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1 Sheet Music Ordered by Every Steamer,