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THE DAILY BULLETIN.
I'kdgcd to neither Sid nor lirly,
Hut Established for the lit m fit of AIL
MONDAY, APUIL 21, 185)3.
"What uoxt of our prospoctho and
rismt!" timv iiwhmt rmi in fnim in u
duplicated in tho United Slates with 1
promisoof supplying all tho homo J
innrkol? Who would hae thought i
it should bo teat What can wo iaio
in Hawaii that tho Aaron's roil of
Amorican ontorpriso will not pro
duce likewise somewhere on Uncle
Sam's big farm? Taro malou is
about all that's now in sight.
Mr. K. W. Wilcox, one of tho
orators at tho inauguration of tho
Annexation Club, suggests in tho
Liberal that a Fijian should have
precedence oor a Portuguese in till
ing tho uoxt vacancy in tho Advisory
Council. Tho reason given is that
ho might bo mistaken for a Hawai
ian and annoxation on tho basis of
Alaska's acquisition thus bo pro
moted, liathor sharp on his lato
Tho Bulletin 1?eoi&tk on our first
page oilers tho lowest advertising
rates over heard of in Honolulu foi
those wanting situations or help,
houses or tenants, rooms or roomers.
This now departure originated in a
feeling of sympathy for persons out
of employment, for whom tho rates
aro made lower than for any other
class in tho Reqisthv. The advan
tage to all concerned is the greater
from tho fact that no other daily
paper in Honolulu comes up to the
Bulletin in tho number of its sub
scribers. Everybody is invited to
put this claim to tho test of actual
It would givo tho professions of
regard for Hawaiiaus' civil rights on
tho part of tho P. G. oracles some
degree of credit if thoy weie accom
panied by advocacy of Hawaiian re
presentation in the councils of the
Provisional Government. Instead of
this, howover, wo find tho morning
oigan iu agony over tho injustice of
keeping tho Portuguese aliens out
o' representation. If representation
is to go by nationality, then the Ha
wuiians should have first place, and
tho Japanese and Cliino-e not l.i-t.
Tho distress of tho Advoiticr ovoi
the dear Poitugueso is piobabl as
sincere as its newfound faith iu civil
rights for Hawaiiaus under annoxa
tion. ANOTHER HEAD IN THE BAS
KET. Another victim has been found
and decapitated by tho P. G. Mr.
Henry Dofrie,vv ho has been head car
penter on tho Government wharves
for several 3 ears, was summarily
dismissed this morning, without rea
son whatever being given him. It is
thought by his friends that his re
fusal to join tho Annexation Club
and don a badge has been the cause.
Mr. H. Waterhouso had asked him
to join the ranks of tho annexation
ists, but Mr. Dofrios refused on tho
ground that ho had novor meddled in
polities and could seo no reason w hy
ho should do so now. It must bieak
Mr. Thurston's heart to read of such
doings, so glaringly at variance with
tho principles of his famous non
partisan civil service pronuncia
mento in 1888.
The Church Fight.
Tho "scandal" in tho fold of tho
Anglican cathedral has become a
topic for public discussion. The
latest contributor is an "unknown"
of three months' residence, who, in
this morning's P. C A., undertakes
to settle tho question out of hand.
It is not to bo wondered at that tho
delectable element of "carpet bag
gers" having scored a signal success
in thoir foray upon the political
offices, should turn their attention
to church government, as a possible
source of pelf and plunder. Tho
cool audacity of tho "unknown's"
proposition to oust tho Bishop from
tho possession and control of his
own church finds a pat precedent iu
that historic event wherein Satan
essayed tho same benevolent game
upon tho Almighty. But the game
failed iu that case, as it will in this.
It is surely no now principle that if
a man gives another a license to
occupy his house, and linds, alter a
time, that tho tonus of tho license
aio being violated, he may revoke
tiio license, and terminate tho occu
pancy. How absurd for tho ollond
nig liconsi'os, in bueh a case, to com
plain that tho disturbance of thou
possession is blamablo upon tho
owner, who insists upon conformity
id tho terms of his license, rather
than upon themselves, who have
violated those conditions. If we
look carefully for a precedent for
tho Bishop's proposed action, ma,v
wo not find it in tho episode of the
.Saviour's expulsion of tho money
loaders, otcotora, from tho tomplo?
Is tho editor of tho "highly respect
able journal" of tho early morning
aware of tiio coarseness and wanton
abuse of an estimable and talented
churchman which tho letter in its
columns contains? If so, lie is deeply
blamablo for allowing its publica
tion. If not, ho is wantonly negli
gent of tho rights of otluus.
An Onlookuh in Venice.
April 21, lbU3.
Goo. Mauson vs. Bishop Willis.
I linvo not tho honor of knowing
tho Geo. M;mon who in this morn
lug's Adu'itwT hits attompti'il te
stir up ill fooling naiiiMt tho Bishop
of tho Aiiylicau church. Mr. Man
son says ho is onl. throo months lv
thi) eountiy ami admits that lu is
not a inuiuhur of tho church- that
is, such as would ontitlo him to a
voioo in its numngoniont. Bishop
Willis issui'd an "onon lottor" ad
ilrosocl to ct'itain members of tho
T T&Zt Vt.
()ullU!liy ,ul(.s of journalistic ethics
which should govern such a case,
"". "jrSf.. 7 VV" "'.J '
.. .w ..,, w...u-. v,.. v..v.. ..ou.. i ,
ian leaders of whatever naiuo, that
tho unchristian tenor of this Mr.
Manson's letter puts him out of court
as judgo in tho case. 1 am sure that
his giatuitous and free uso of a
vocabulary totally uusuitod to the
subject he has solocted will not gain
the thanks or respect of an mem
ber of either congregation, between
whom theie is no such feeling as
this stranger's lottor would imply.
"By their fruits yo shall know
them," said the head of tho church,
and an unchristian spirit of contro
vert. never jot did any good. But
it would seem that Geo. Mauson has
an annexation axe to grind as ho
writes, "But annexation will sottlo
this question as it will others equally
as voved, and Bishop Willis will not
bo tho only ouo who will have to
hunt fresh Holds and pastures anew."
Ono is led to suppose that Geo.
Mauson has "whitewashed" his na
tionality and is proud to hold himself
high for pioper admiration. As a
brand new annexation sample ho has
a right to advertise himself ; ho is at
any into in the 'swim" so to spoak.
For my own part 1 prefer to swim
against tho stream when I fool like
it, and when I get tired or ashamed
cf tho Union Jack under which 1
was born, 1 too will follow tho Mau
son plan of advertising tho fact to
an admiring world.
D. M. Crovvly.
Those Four Thousand!
The Advertiser is again this morn
ing at its iuvoteiato habit of provaii
c.iting by saving that "the cordial
siippoit of the four thoitbund (llXK))
votes of tho J'oitugueso is a Uniie
tutor in tho stiength of tho annex 1
tum cause." I am not very curious,
but L would like to know wheat e
those KHX) Poituguese votes con o
fiom? The last census of 1890 tl o
conectness of which cannot be gai 1
said, since it was made by tho pie-.-ent
sociotary of the P. G. brought
the total Portuguese population, 11
the whole gioup. to Sh02: 1770 males
and I5SJ2 vv omen. Out of these malt s,
1101 were under 15 3 ears of ago and
about .")00 uioio between 13 and '1 J,
leaving about IJL70 as tho extreme
possible number ol ago for voting,
unless tiio Atlvoitisoi expects 10
make tho women also help tho
"cause"' bj spin ions voting. But out
of this total of males of voting ago
only 20'JO have been regularly rego
teied, ollicial figures. Moreover,
since lbi)(). tho Poituguese popula
tion has largely diminished, 007 go
ing away up to July, 18U2, aoeoid
ing to ThruinS Annual, and as many
niino since then, so that tho highest
estimate cannot allow more than
lblK) Portuguese voters now on tho
Islands. Out of these again, less
than 1300 know how to road, and
these last alone, in case of a plebis
cite for annexation, would bo able to
vole, so that oven supposing that
every Portuguese voter would vote
in favor of annexation, which is veiy
far from being exact, whatever tho
demagogues among them may say,
this "hirpt fat tor" with which tho
Advertiser wants to blind us would
dwindle down from 1000 to loss than
1300, about 0110-half of which are in
Honolulu. If tho various other
"largo factors to tho annexation
cause" cannot stand enquiry better
than this, its boasted "strength"
must bo very tottoriiigl At any rate,
dear 'Tisor man tho noxt time you
try to prop up your riokotj' cause on
figures, do givo yoursolf tho trouble
of bottor posting yourself, especially
Superstition and Corruption.
Wo hoar so much about tho ox
Queen and tho natives being super
stitious that 1 send you this clipping
from a lato Examiner, It will show
that wo iu Honolulu have got no
monopoly of kahunas or of supersti
tious people, thoro boing some of
both classes iu San Francisco as
well as hero. This clipping is for
tho especial bonofit ol Hon. V. I.
Castle and tho Key. S. E. Bishop.
Iheso same two gentlemen never get
tiretl tolling us that tho last Logfs-
latuio hero was so awfully corrupt.
They should look at tho last session
of tho California Legislature lor
coiruption. Thoro ono statesman
remarked that ovory other Logisla
(uio had been accused of taki ig
ever thing except the capitol: ao
thought that thin 0110 ought to take
that away also and it did. Seo tho
holy show tho statesmen aro maki ig
of themselves in Nebraska ami Ki.11
sas. So I hope the P. C, A. and tho
Star will give us something nt w,
and I would advise the P. G. to n
vost in a inulo for the 11-Lihoi.d,
I Tho clipping rofonod to by our
ooriospoudoiit coutainsa long striag
of advertisements of spiiiluabst,
clairvoyant ami tianco "mediums"
who grow rich in Sau Francisco oil
the gross superstition of foolish p o-
A huge colleo plantation near Cor
doba, iu tho State of Vera Cm,
.Mouco, inc. Ijcoii piiusluiMxi by clans
bnn'cKuli-, lliu San 1'iuiiuim'o Htiyar
.urn .i iiinu iiiymui i 0f bearing any uouxlil mat coultl Do :.. ,i. t.i. r i,. nt
stay liore Knows all about it am u placL(l u011 tluMn, T, hnvo cost i" V"';?'1 "', headaclie
poms his littlo v ononious pot of oil b0twoen &25.000 and M),00(). i. ?.?,-i t I, S , S
-not on the troubled waters, but on Somo i(ll,n'of tho mag.'ntiulo of tho ! "lIfl. X bcc,1,eT S , r "
what he alleges to bo an Anglican wholo undertaking may bo gathered Arl u,ne?. to. l have fulll'
chinch lire. 1 submit to voui Chi ist- ,.,,, t. clni, .,. .i.i ,.. viir.d 'after eatmir. a pressure alter eating
Kiliir. for HH).(KX). Jlo proiiuu lo " .' .r ",I,I'I'H"' "aviiig bupeiior Ac
ullruut Aiiiuiii'iuift Willi mirtlnmto,0,",,,0,,u,,UM',,l'l'l
cujjitiil into thin UwrnUvo buaiuona. I vuu-at Tlli:o. 11. iuvius A:C0,
TALIiER THAN THE EIFFEL.
Sir Edward Watkins' Groat Towor in
London Has tho Foundation Laid.
j Tho foundations of Sir Edward
WatUius' now Towor of London hao
i boon coinplotod. Thov occupy foui
acres in a ploasuro park of 120 acres
.botvvoon Willosdon and Hartovv.
rimv ..mieUt nf iiiuiwnM l.liu.u nf
VII lllllt J At! i ivhii
concrete. Tho nature of tho ground nt Dover, the County Seat and Cap
whoro tho towor is to bo constructed Hal of the St.ite Ihe sheriff is a
is so sloping and uneven that while1 gentleman fifty-nine years of age,
ono sot of footings appeals about and this is what he says : "I have
live foot above tho surface another is " used your August Flower for sev
ovon foot holovv, a thud live foot bo- " eral years in my family and for my
low and tho fouilh at least twenty , "own use, and found it does me
n - "i uviuu uiu -numvut
. Tl,o.ofoudatio,,sgoch)wnno:irlyr.Ihnv?bccn tbied with what I
thorny loot, ami snouui no capamo
Towor, which is to bo so far surpass
ed in si.o by tho English tower, was
made of 7000 tons of steel and iron,
consisting of 12,000 specially design
ed pieces, fastened togothor with
Tho English towor is to bo 150
foot higher than tho French wonder,
and tho latter can bo soon at a dis
tance of sovoiity-fivo milos. Tho
English structure will also bo on
higher ground. On tho top of tho
English tower thoro will bo an ob
servatory and rooms for scientific
experiments, which aro likely to bo
of groat value.
Tho plan provides for a largo
landing-stage that will accoinmodalo
20,000 people This landing-stage
will contain a largo dancing-room
and sovoral shops and have rofrosh-ment-bars
all lound. Underneath
will bo rooms for stores and other
purposes, whdo at tho top thoro will
bo a number of small rooms which
might be used as private dining
rooms. Chicago Tribune.
Booked for tho Coast.
Tho following passengers aro
booked at the ollico of W. G. Irwin
tc Co. to leave by the S. S. Australia
on Wednesday for the Coast:
Mr nul Mis 1' Lee ami 'J children, 12 M
Walsh W.1 Atittcison, T V Porter, J It
Kunl.ill, C b llullmu and wife, Dr JJull, l)r
M Ij Miner, Kev.1 S Wulluie, Miss Lovvicv,
Miss fatruut, Miss XL bmitli, Mrs Ml:
i'uullsoii. Miss Mary G Parker, Miss Annie
K Pratt, Mi Helen Kinney, Miss Duncan,
IJrnntl Mrs S X Cross, MKs Hill, l)r F I,
Miner, wife unil'J rhiltlren, Mrs A V KeeUi
ami child, Miss Ilnlstu.ul, Dr and Mrs J
Wight, Mis Mnguiro, Mrs Chilian, Mrs
Hitchcock, Man E Low, Mrs CI! Wells,
Miss Laura Wiplit, F M LnKlish, It 0
Moore, A Hanehurg, Miss Little, Miss
rittcliti, W Haiiiiiuanaiiil wife, Miss Bull,
Mrs Di Hull, Mrs Thurston and child, Mrs
II Ounn and dnld. Miss Maeuirc, Mis T L
Krousc, Mrs Marks, baud VV W'iIcok anil
wife, Mrs E 12 Carev and J dnldren, Mr
and Mrs U Chute, Mis MuLl.ui and child,
I'll Wetniorc, ! Ivmist, 0 A Lie, W II
t ole, Arthur Hill, &lster .leioinu, bister
I.ii-.iliu, LutliLr bevLianie, I Peek, V Jiar
wii.k, MisN Mahon, Mis ' (I Xecdliam,
Mis L 11 Tr.ie.v, T.I ICiiiiiii, J Kblandickir,
Miss Hcilhroii, Mrs i uslung, T V llohron
and wife, bir Kenneth Cummhie;, Di L
Hidden, P V LuimslmiL', Hon C L Mc
Arlliui and wile, )Y tu alloy and wife,
Itriuisnii How.ud and wife, "II it llovv
liml, Mis V U Mullet, Mis V (i Walktr,
Miss i: Pomuroj, Mis " ) Wittram,
Mrs Andrew Moon, C mtain bivee, b L
Laitlley. Malie Kali u, l! liiker, 'Mrs A W
Luiifrjey, tito II Paris, R y Anderson, Mr
and .Mrs Durkee, Miss H 1'lavter, Miss f
PI ijtcr, Mis Blake, Miss Blake, i: .1 Crane
Tho following names aro already
booked to leave for San Francisco
on tho S. S. Monovvai, duo from the
Colonies on May Jlli:
J C Cook, V K uudseii and wife, 1) Xoo
nnu, II linn Luttwit, b I' Alex mdei, M A
Dmllej, Mrs s Arnold, 11 .1 Moore.
My wife was confined to her hod
for over two months with a very se
vere attack of rheumatism. We
could got nothing that would affoid
her any relief, ami as a last resort
gave Chamberlain's Pain Balm a
trial. To our great suipriso sho be
gan to improve after the tiist appli
cation, and by using it regularly she
was soon able to got up and attend
to houso work. E. II. Johnson, of
C. J. Knutson in Co., Kensington,
Minn. f0 cent bottles for sale by
all dealers. Benson, Smith Si Co.,
agents for the Hawaiian Islands.
Subscribe for the Daily llulletin, SO
rpntx wr month.
By Lewis J. Levey.
Household -:- Furniture
On THURSDAY, April 27th,
AT 10 (VCF.00K A. M..
I will hell at Public Auction, at my I!ei
ilcncc, corner of llLrctaniu and Alapai
HtrtctH, tlm Wlmlc of inv HuUbcliold 1'itr
nitnie, etc., con-Nting of
B. W. Marbletop Bedroom Set,
SnriiiK Mattrosi, 11. W. Wardrobe and
Cliellonier, II. V. Hut Stand, ilarblo
toji Center TuIiIuh, I.aco Curtains,
B. W. Upholstered Parlor Set,
Poles and CoiiiIluh, Pictures, Lamps,
Clinndtllers, L.ugu and bniall Hugs,
Hound and Unbound Honks,
Chiokering Square Pianoforte,
. V. Sideboard, Intension II. W. Pil
lur Dining Table and Cbaiis, Ujiliol
stured Hid I-oungu, CIiIIcPm Iron Cot,
Meat bale, IIiiikImiiiio Decorated Din
liorbet, 1DI iteew; Crocker and (Hussj
vvnie, "Westwood" Cooking Stove and Utensils,
(iarJen llo-e .V, Tools, lUe., Vau.
tSf 'I lie Hoiie will be opened for in
spection on Wednesday, from I to J r. m,
Lewis J. Levey,
For San Francisco
. sL 'J
Will sail for above port on or about
' Thursday Next, 27th inst.
The Hon. T. W. Fennimorc 13 the
blicnii ol Kent jjo.. dcl, ami lives
- innrn irrnn rnnii nnv hi imi iiiiil:iiv.
"at the pit of the stomach, and
1 ' sourness, when food seemed to rise
" up in my throat and mouth. When
"I feel this coming on if I take a
"little August Flower it relieves
" me, and is the best remedy I have
" ever taken for it. For this reason
"I take it and recommend it to
" others as a great remedy for Dys
G. G. GREEN, Sole Manufacturer,
Woodbmy, New Jersey, U. S. A.
By Jns. F. Morgan.
Mortgagee's Notico of Intention to
Foreclose and of Sale.
N0T1CH IS HKKEBY GIVEN THAT,
in pursuant e of n Power of Sale con
tained In a lertain Indenture of Morteiige
executed bipteinber flth, 18'U, hy William
C. Achi nnd Isabella A. Achi, his wife, of
Honolulu, to Charles It. Bishop and Sam
uel M. Damon, partners under tho firm
name of Bishop it Company, of suid Hono
lulu, and recorded in Libel 13'lut pages '.'Ml
to li"0, the said mortgagees intuitu to fore
close tho said mortgage, for condition
broken, to wit: tho non-payment of the
principal and interest secuiid then by
when due. And notice is hereby further
given that, upon such foreclosure (and un
less said mortgage shall have been sooner
p ml), it is tho intention of said mortgagLOs
to sell the property therein and thereby
desciibed mid mortgaged, nt Public Auc
tion, nt the miction looms of .laines P.
Morgan, in said Honolulu, on SATUlt
I1AY, the iuth tiny of May, 18')J, lit 12
W"Vor further particulars apply to (J.
W. Aslifoid, Attorney for Mortgagees,
Merchant street, Honolulu.
B1SHUP & CO., Mortgagees.
tub risoriim to he poid is as ioi.lowk:
1 All that i ertain tract of land contain
ing .'10-100 ucies at Kalawahiue, Honolulu,
afoiC"Uiil, convened to me by Bishop iv
Company, bj deed recorded in tlie Hawai
ian liegistrof Conveyances iu Book 112,
2 All that tract of land containing 120
acies at Kcal.ikomo, Puna, Hawaii, con
vojed to me lv Wailehua and wife, by
deid recordid m Book 1M, page 2S1, and
being part of itoyal l'atuit Orant 2s'Ji to
Keniuuilani ct al.
.1 All that tract of land containing 110.71
acres at Miuawai. Molokai. conveved to
me by Hoopii 01cp.ui, bv deed recorded in
I Book' 1 Its, pige 15). and being pait of L. 0.
a. -iwu to Jiooiiaiuu.
I All that tiartof land containing 1.20
acres at South Kona, Hawaii, eonvejed to
me by I). W. lCiiililaina, bv deed recorded
in Book 12'i, page 201, and being the laud
desciibed in Itojnl Patent 5VH, L. C. A.
"i7ll to Kaeleiiiakule.
5 All that tract of land containing 27..W0
squaie feet at Kapalama, Honolulu, ufoie
"jiil, convex ed to me by l.au Chong, bj
deed iccorJcd in Hook , page , and
So'Kano lto-" em m '" A
l All that tract of 1 mil 150 by lo0 feet,
be hit' Lot .i2i, Block 0, at Pearl City, Hwa.
Oiliu, conveved to me bv Oaliu Railway A,
i.tndComi.aiiv.bv deed ruorded in Book
1 7 lilird -Ns
7 One share in Hulu.iloa, 1 .mil 2 North
Ivou.i, Hawaii, tran-ltued to me and .1. Ii.
.Niili.ile by Kaoiwi bj deed recorded in
Book l"J7, page Al.
H All tho:?e land- i onvcj id to mo bj Kc
iiloha K.ilua, by died recorded in Hook
1 )0, page l'HJ, and being a one-half interest
in the land containing 1 iU acres desuihed
in liov.il l'atuit 51711, U. C. A. 4')fi to Hi
Kauafoha at Kawanui 2, North Kona,
Hawaii, and all that laud containing )')
acre" described in Kojal Patent Grant 1V)7
to Kalua at Kawanui' 1, North Kona ufore
aid. il All that tract of land containing 00-100
.are at Kalilii, Honolulu, aforesaid, con
vej ed to me by S. Kiiaiai, by deed recorded
in Book S7, page H'J.
11 All that tnu t of land containg HU-100
aciu nt Kahili, a fore-aid, conveyed tome
bj Komo, by deed r corded in Book !)0,
11 Lots l) and 11 at Kapalanm, aforesaid,
being part of the land couvejed to mo by
P. Kunoa by deed lccordcd in Book 111,
ago 35 1, and being ii irt of Itoyal li
01. L. O. A. b!05 to Kanoa.
12 All of that tract of land containing
7)2 fathoms at Keawanui. Molokai. con
vex ed to me by Kuui Ivanene, by deed ro-
coided in Book !)2, pige 20.
UUIUVU HI 1JUUIV ., JJ lU .u, unit UUlilU IMU
land described in ltoval Patent 7081, L. 0.
.. Ib2.1 to Kuailcuo.
13 That certain lot
on the Hwa Hide of
my new homestead at Kap llama aforesaid,
lonvuv ed to mo by L iu Clioug, by deed re
(orded in Book l.U, page 12.
14 All that land conveved to mo by J.
Malm by deed recorded m Book 115, page
M, being part of Itojal Patent Grant 26'H.
15 All that land containing 18-100 acre
at Kalawahine, Honolulu, aforesaid, eon
vejed to mo by Bila Kawaa, by deed re
corded in Book 107, niige 125,
10 All those lamls lonveycd to me by
Chung Waa by deed recorded iu Book 111,
page 212, being Apana 13 and 1JA, each
loutaining us-iou acre, more particular!
described in Partition Deed recorded in
Book 110, pigelWi,
1 All those lanilH eonvejed to mo by
ou lanilH convej ed to mo by C
.VI. Jivile ana wile, li iiecu recunleu in
Book 111), p-ige 1124, being Apana 11 and
II A f..i..l.. .ml. I. .I.,.. (k1iui ........ ..w.n..,H
tieiilai 1 v described in H.-iid Partition Deed.
IS That certain lease of land loutaining
15.-I00 Niuare fiet nt Kapalama aforemiiil,
jiirt of ltojul Patent 101 to Kanoa, for 10
vciiiK from January 1, 1801, inailc to me by
l.au Chong t'lid recorded in Book 128, pngo
ID Ono buggy, ono express, ono bay
liuri-o, four carts, four harnesses, and four
hur"us umjiI In my cartage business j one
half interest In b," K Kani A Couipany, all
olllie furniture in my olllca No. lid, .Mer
eliaiit street, Honolulu, aforesaid, also 110
shine" of stock in the Iteeljiroeitj bugar
( oiiiiiin, ,i0 shares in the kona Collie A
Prill t Compaii) Snliarcs In the l!ua Plan
tation Coiiiiaii 70i-15t
1 Family Carriage Horse, bh1
1 Phaeton in Good Order,
1 Covered Brake,
1 Imported Jersey Cow.
It. 1, lillii:,
lit T. 11. DuvicH A Co.'n.
Daily llulletin, 60 tenU a month,
1 " call Sick Headache. A nam comes
Ilawiiiiiiii Uiiiilwiiii: Cii.i, il
Saturday, April 22, 1808.
We had quite made up our
minds to ignore the question
of the day in this column for
various reasons, but, as the
space in the Honolulu dailies
is occupied largely by the
editors in moulding public opi
nion on the subject of politics
and religion it is quite prob
able the readers of this paper
would ignore our advertise
ment if we were to let pass the
opportunity to "speak a piece."
We do not intend to say that
we know how the thing will
be decided, we violate no con
fidence when we declare pub
licly through this column that
we do not. We are not alone
in this and we have no hesita
tion, no compunctions of con
science in telling you that we
burned many gallons of mid
night oil before we reached
this conclusion. We doubt if
Mr. Cleveland knows; we can
imagine we see him sitting in
his "nightie" after every one
else in the family has retired,
reading the various memorials
and petitions he has received
from Honolulu, we can see his
face brighten as he pores over
the illuminated reasons why
the Islands should be annexed
and then spread out over his
knees the memorial from the
patriots who request for as
many reasons that the country
be not toyed with. We can,
in our mind's eye, see the flick
ering hope die out after he has
waded through the various
documents at hand and hear
him ask "Where am I at?" and
the echoes of every corner of
the room allotted to the "first
gentleman of the land" as a
place of repose will take up
. i . i r . .i
the question and refer it to the
I i- ... i
lucliciary committee, and there
, . . . .
the memorials and petitions
will curl up and die like the
minority reports in the last
Legislature. Mr. Blount will
fix the thing in his own quiet
way, just now he's the people.
Those who do not dabble in
paint are not aware that there
has been a shortage of that
article in this market for the
past few weeks. The painter
who has held back his work
on account of not being able
to secure a supply, may get all
he wants from us by telephon
ing. By the "Australia" we
received enough Pioneer White
Lead to cover every building
in Honolulu, and make them
vie with the exhibition build
ings in Chicago in whiteness.
We're bound to have a boom
here as a result of the adver
tising the country lias had, and
the property owner who wants
to sell or get increased rentals
cannot do better than get their
houses ready before the boom
begins. When the carpenters
and painters are engaged the
prices will go up. Supply and
demand governs the wages
of the painter as in the case of
every other branch of labor.
Cut off the supply and let the
demand grow and where are
The warm weather ap
proaches and tlie demand for
Hose increases. We are pre-
t-.' iA i Pill ill k.Ii.h f.-..- r. 1.1. i
J4i V-C4 tu 1111 fill UlUllS lli Diua
from half inch up to three
inches with the best brands of
hose ever imported here.
Wire-bound Hose in the usual
Hawaiian Hardware Co., L'd
Opposite SprecU'lu' Block,
Ooraor P1or,t Sc
S DP IE O I .A. Xj !
By tlie S. S. "Australia"
l WLLL RECEIVE A LA HOE STOCK OF
Dry & Fancy Goods
AV1I1CU "WILL Uti SOLD AT
Corner Fort and Hotel Sts., - Honolulu, H. I.
R.H50E3STT JTTtTVJLi "TAOORA"
lS DAYS I'ltOM MVinil'OOI
Regular Additions to Stocks Received per Sail and Steam
from Europe, Australia, New Zealand
and the States.
l'nehe Harboi Lime, Powell Dulhui I.aigo Steam Coal.
ANfH.O COXTlNr.NTAl, OTANO WOHKS CO.'S
Guano " Concentrado "
Ohleiiuorif's Special Cano Manure, Ohlemlorfl's Dissolved Peruvian Guano.
Steel :R,a,ils, 14, IS, 18&20 ITds.;
HOLTS, NUTS and PISH PLATKs '10 SUIT.
BAflS Bice, Coil and I'.uldv ;
W1KH Galvanied, Y.irnKheil, HI ick nnd llalvanued Barbed;
G-AttDESr FE2sTCE, GATES, ETC., ETC.
Yellow Mtt.il .Shoiithing, Coal Tu,
1'iaiii aim i iiiiugatiu u
Ridging, (i.ilvaiiied Wall i Pip", fiom
Sheet Lend, Sin or Zinc,
Wildcn's Cliarcoil Tin Plates,
Pooling Slates, l'iie Clay.
Higgin's Fine Eureka Dairy Salt!
56 Pound Bags;
LIVLP.POOL COVIi: SALT, 11211. bis;
HAWAIIAN COAPM: SALT, limil. In;
HOCK SALT, SODA CP.YSTALS, LUMP ALUM.
Useful and Ornamental Furniture
i:i:i)i:oom sirrh in maplh, walnut ami ash,
SCOTCH CHLSl'h OK DIJAW KISS,
WHITING DLSKS IN ISOSP.WOOl) and MAHOGANY,
COliNHIt and HALL CHAIPS, CAP.l) TABLKS, Ltc., lUc.
Freiicli Iron Eedsteacis !
FJLI3TTS and OILS I
COMPLETE STOCK OF SADDLERY,
Grain, Hay and Feed Stuffs Always on Hand
20 lbs. W
A ihlnty new book, The JJaby, In
best autlioritlci on baby life, free to
mother who sends her address,
THOMAS U'HMINd & COMPANY,
73 Wurrcn St.,Ncu orK,
HOLLISTER & CO.?
loe Fort Street, - - - Honolvil-u, H. I.
lion Tank", 100 gallon;
Aich l'ne Bucks,
h l'ne Bucks, Down Pipe,
enng, "(in.ui1 and O. 0. i t
DANES fi CO
UnSr3 You are respect
Your doctor fulbr requested to call at
will tell you Our Store and get a Fkke
it is the Sampli: of the
Bafest diet .
. u . BEST
Pure Milk Food!
And requiri'H only the addi
tion of Water to pre
pare it for use.
Large Packages 50 Cts
4 I A -- -
-k i.-.ify, .pj, Ji.wfc.
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