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THE DAILY BULLETIN, FEBRUARY 12, 1895,
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H. Hackfeld & Co.,
Offer to the trade on the most liberal tcrnm their
laro and varied stock of
DRY and FANCY GOODS,
Boots and Shoes, Hats, Shawls,
Clothing, Saddlery, Etc., Etc., Etc.
Bags, Bagging, Building Material, Crockery and
ware, Groceries, Wines, Liquors, Etc., Etc.
SOLE AGENTS VOtt
O olden. Gate Flour,
.Fort Sb Queen Streets
Our stock of Holiday
Goods are now ready for
inspection at our Now
Store (Wennci's old
stand) on Fort Street.
A carefully selected stock
of Jewelry bought with
an eyo on tho Holiday
Trade and will be sold at
JACOBSEN ft PFEIFFER.
P. O. Dox 287.
The Best Lnnch in Tows.
Ten a.n.d Ooffea
T ALL HOCWf
THE KINEST BRANDS OK
Cigars and Tobacco
4LWATS ON BAHD.
EL. J. NOLTB, Prop.
Practical Carriage Trimmer
(Has no connection with any car
TOPS OF EVERY DESCRIPTION
Fendtra, Dashes, Btorm Aprons, Etc.,
at Lowest Possible Prices, and
Workmanship of the llest.
I use.First-class Material o( my own im
porting. Manufacturer of all kinds of
Workshop 210 King Btreet near Maunakea.
P. O. Box 490.
California Fruit Market
Corner King and Alakea 8ts.
Every BUamer from
Fresh Fruit, Oysters,
Baluion, Poultry, Etc, Etc.
M. T. DONNELL,
PATENTEE AND SOLE
New Patetited Poi Strainer
All Onlors or CominunlcatlonB
addressed to E. O. Hall & Son, L'd.,
iwho have them on sale), or to M. T.
)onnell, will receive prompt attention.
That Tireless Toiltr,
J. J. EGAN,
51. Fort Street.
Wire -:- Nails
WILDER & CO., L'd,
JOB PRINTING ffoTSSaWK
tC.Stal Wi!;w Spalty. Elites
given. Orders promptly executed.
FEARFUL. OF JAPANESE.
, Interview With Minister Hatch by
tht Sftu Francisco Chron'clo
In untiring th departure of tho
Australia the Chronicle says: ,
1 F. M. Hatch, tueuHoaod as ono of !
tho passengers, is Hawaii's Minister '
of Foreign Affair?, aud is now one
I of tho most important mon on tho '
islamic Just before the steamer
sailed yesterday morning, Mr. Hatch i
was asked what ho thought of the
future of Hawaii, iu view of tho ro
i ''Tho rebellion," said the Minister,
"is, to my mind, a thing of the past.
When the Alameda left, Wilcox aud
his followers were in tho mountains, ,
fugitives from lustier1. Mr opinion
is that when tho Australia reaches,
Honolulu wo shall find that tho
1 rebel leaders have been captured
and are iu jail. Wo have developed
, in tho suppression of this uprising
tho ability to take care of any insular
i disturbance without foreign aid. We
hnvo no fear of any further native
i "Tho greatest evil now threaten
' ing us is tho alarmiug increaso of
Japanese immigration and tho atti-1
tudo of the Orientals iu tho islands.
Tho Japanese aro supplanting tho
natives on tho plantations aud tho
Chinese iu the merchandise busi
ness. "Tho men, from the moichant to
tho lowest laborer, are becoming im
bued with tho spirit of their coun- i
trvmou at home. They havo heard
of Japan's boast to become the Eng-:
land of tho Pacific and thoy fully
boliovo that such a condition of af
fairs will como to pass. Tho labor
ers have grown importunate iu their
demands for more pay aud for dif
ferent treatment. Small-sized riots
have become common on tho isl
ands. "Iu IIouolulu tho trade is being
rapidly absorbed by tho Japauoso
merchants. While tho Alameda was
in port there was a British ship thoro
with a cargo of merchandise from
the Orient for tho Japanese. Not
an article was for tho Chiuoso.
"Just what wo aro going to do in
regard to tho problem wo cannot say
as yet. Wo aro capable of taking
care of our internal affairs, but if
Japan should demand sUffrago for
.her subjects the situation would bo
serious. Tho Japanese representa
tives have already sounded tho key
note of their country's policy in that
direction. They are pushing the
demands of their couutrymen in
every instance with assiduity and
clamoring for political recognition
for thetn. With the Japanese in
powor it would be easy to predict
the future oi the islands.
"For her own sake, America should
assist us in pur extremity, for Japa
nese supremacy means the loss of
valuable trade to the United States.
Alone we can do nothing against
such a formidable power as Japan.
With the Unitod States or Eugfand
behind us we can compel the Japa
nese to moderate their domauds. and
can proporly control tho government
"There is no immediate danger of
so deplorable a state of affairs as
that of Japan dictating to us. but,
romoto as the contingency is, it ex
ists, and it will como as soon as the
oriental war is closed, unless we re
coivo outside aid.
"With regard to tho British sub
jocts who havo been imprisoned, I
rehend no trouble yitu tho Eng
Government. It is well known
that the prisoners wore ra sympathy
with the rebels, and they will be
tried as any other criminals who
havo conspired against the Repub
lic" The Whitney Recital.
A good audience attended a most
delightful entertainment at Y. M. O.
A. hall Saturday evonjng. Mr.
Whitney's six numbers were handled
in a manner which denotod careful
study. His rendition of "The Haven"
was a rovelation, it being given with
a povfor and finish that (s soldom
excelled. His work in the humor
ous selections also deserves particu
lar mention, oach character being
brought out iu a manuer that was
entertaiuiug and amusing in tho ex
treme. On tho whole Mr, Whitnoy
showed himself a finished reader and
most versatile imporsouator, It is
hoped ho will be heard from agajn
soou under more favorable circum
stances, Of tho3o who assisted Mr. Whit
noy, Prof. Borgor heads tho list, and
his work is so popular with all, that
to moution it at leugth would bo
superfluous. Tho cornet solo by
Prof. Pesqualo was good and was
accorded an encore. Mr. Ordway's
banjo playiug was phenomenal, and
tho finest work of liis life, He was
ably seconded by Mr. Heuuossy on
guitar and mandolin. Tho pair re
sponded to two hearty encores.
On tho whole, tho entertoinmout
was highly onjoyablo, aud was, to
those who were present, a pleasing
break in the monotonous existence
which martial law imposes upon the
3Uy a fco- kQfii
WE HAVE JUST KEUKIVED Ex
14,400 Bottles !
4- 4- 4
Agents for the
5SS For r. Street
THIS 8PACE 18
:m. s. TJErvir,
Foht Street, H. I.
Fort, near Hotel Bta.
Ciias. J, McCarthy, Malinger.
Popultt Braids of Straight Goods
ALWAYS O.N HANI).
Try the Great AptetUer Thk Brownie
Cocktail a specialty with this retort.
DErOT OK THE
Famous Wieland Lagor Beer.
8. 1. 811 AW, Proprietor.
Cor. King and Nuuanu Street, Honolulu.
Choice Liquors and Fine Beor.
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Cold Water Faint
Especially Designed . .
For Inside Work on , , .
Factories and Public Buildings
It is n dry powder which cnu ho
prepared for tike by simply ttirring
in COLD WATER and can ho np
plied by anyone nntl will always pro
duce good work.
It is VEKY WHITE, extremely re
flective mid burdens on u wtdl like
It will last for years, and is tin
nlVectcd by gases.
Ono cont covers better than two
coats of oil paint or whitewash.
It can bo used on any surface and
for all clnstus of work, even for tho
It will not rub, tculc or crack, nor
will it rotten with age or dUculor.
It will not set in the mixing vessel,
in fact it improves by standing a few
Tl p. in lm nsnil In L'OOtl udvuiltaCO
over old whitewash without scraping.
ITDUIESOUT WHITE AFTER
It is cheaper than whitewash, dura
Is is supplied in barrels from 300
to -100 lbs., also iu boxcH of 100, CO
and 25 pounds,
Jb'OK SALE BY . . .
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Agents for the Hawaiian Island!
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If you do, yon out the best yonr
money will ruy I have Jast ro
celvtit a cholco invoice of Vie llncst
wblch pvll from 0 cents np oV5
omiU. While many people prefer
Mantis Cigars, I uve for tlirlr
benellt a very choice selection of
all the best known brands of
Fr thoi who den't sinoko cIk&u,
hit "hit the pipe," I have a lino
Mterschanm and Briar Wood Pipes,
Alio Com Cobs, Etc., J-I'c.
TOBACCO and CIGARETTES
the faYorUo brands of Cigarettes are
alio kept on hand In faot any.
thing in the Hie of smoker's re
queues can be fouud at ihe
U. J. Kolte, I'rop.
MERCHANT - TAILOR
Fine Casslmeras, SorgoB,
White Linens, Etc.
Suits Made to Order
ON SHOUT NOTICE.
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- 40 Ntiuauu Street.