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THE DAILY BULLETIN, FKBKUAUY IB, 1895.
H. Hackfeld & Co.,
Offer to the trade on the most liberal terms their
large and varied stock of
DRY and FANCY GOODS,
Boots and Shoes, Hats, Shawls,
Clothing, Saddlery, Etc., Etc., Etc.
Furniture $P Hardware,
Bags, Bagging, Building Material, Crockery and Glass
ware, Groceries, Wines, Liquors, Etc., Etc.
SOLE A HUNTS FOR
Golden O-ate Flour,
Fort Ss Qiaeen. Streets
Our stock of Holiday
Goods are now ready for
inspection at our !N"ov
Store (Wenner's old
stand) on Fort Street.
A carefully selected stock
of Jewelry bought with
an eye on tho Holiday
Trade and will be sold at
JAGOBSEN & PFEIFFER.
P. 0. Box 287.
The Best Lunch in Town.
Tbm a.nd Oorrs
T U. UODBS
TtiK FINEST BRANDS OK
Cigars and Tobacco
iiWATTS ON BAND.
HI. J. TOLTB3. Prop.
O. R. OOXjXrfXZTS,
Practical Carriage Trimmer
(Has no connection with any car
TOPS OF EVERY DESCRIPTION
Fenders, Dashes, Storm Aprons, Etc,
at Lowest Possible Prices, and
Workmanship of the Heat.
I use First-class Material of my own Im-
Jorting. Manufacturer ot all kinds of
Workshop 210 King Street near Maunakea.
P. Q. Box 490.
Wire -:- Nails
WILDER "&" CO., L'd.
California Fruit Market
Corner Klnp nud Alukea BtB.
Uy Every Rtmtuer from Bin
Prune! too with
Fresh Fruit, Oysterp,
Salmon, Poultry, Etc., Etc.
That Tireless Toiler,
J. J. EGAN,
514 Fort Street.
PATENTEE AND SOLE MANUFACTURES
New Patented Pol Strainer
All Orders or Communications
addressed to E. O. Hall & Son, L'd.,
iwho have them on sale), or to M. T.
)onnell, will receive prompt attention.
JOB PRINTING ?,oevZe,1byfe
Dullktin i'unu6iiiNO Co., Lit. First-class
Commercial Work n Specialty. Estimates
Riven. Ordett) promptly eiecuted.
K'OOSH AND THE BEPORTHS.
How the Latter Mixed Up Onn ot
tho Former's Best B'ntencos.
Dr. McCosh was uot one of the
kind of (rreat rami who affect to des
piso tho newspapers, lit) would talk
to the professional interviewer with
tho freedom of a common person,
and ho never complained when ho
found a"chiel ainaiiK" hi audience,
"takin1 notes," for fear he'd ''print
'em." Ho had (lie same roasou, how
ever, to be terrified ntsurh an appar
ition as other orator, because, by
1 roason of his often abstracted man
uor of speech and tho thick burr on
his tongue, it wa. hard for the
most expert shorthaud man to got
him down letter perfect. Ono in
stance was particularly striking. Tho
Now Vork Herald was making a
great point of its accurate steno
graphic reports of speeches and ser
mons of eminent orators, and laid
itself out to do the handsome tliiug
by an address which Dr. McCosh
was going lo deliver. Tho man pick
ed out to writo tho roport was a
young Irishman whose pencil had
' proved uncommonly quick in laking
down fast talk, and whoso familiar
ity with a brogus would, it was be
lieved, help him over tho hard parts
of tho old Scot's rugged utterauce.
All went well till the doctor used
tho figure: "If you put a rod-hot
coal on tho back of a terrapin, ho is
bound to travel." Catching tho re
mark phonetically, and novor having
hoard of a terrapin, but thinking
tho expression possibly a quaint
Americanism, tho reporter jotted it
down. When he camo to writo out
his notes ho found diimself unablo
to makohoad or tail of this sent,
once, which read as ho glanced over
it. "If you put a red-hot polo on
tho back of eternity ho is bound to
travel." Ho puzzled a whilo longer
ovor it, and made up his mind that
ho must have left something out; so.
in order to finish up his roport anil
get it into the hands of tho printer,
ho decided to complete tho sontonce
himself. Rubbing out tho period,
ho added: "whithorsoever the tide of
i revolutionary warfare may lead him."
Ho had usually been so correct in
his work that, as tho hour was late,
i nobody looked over his copy, and
, into tho papor went tho fearfully
and wonderfully constructed sont
once. It so happened that on this
, day Mr. Bennett had himself written
i an editorial reference to Dr. Mo- i
I Cosh's address iu another column,
j making it the text for Bomo lauda
, tory remarks on the Herald's invaria-
bio perfection in iU shorthand re
! ports and indulging in the custom
ary left-handed flings at the rival
papers. It is almost needless to say
that when somebody called atten
1 tion to Dr. McCosh's strangely irro
I levaut simile, Mr. Bennett was taken
' ill, and even the discharge of the re-
Eorter in disgrace failed to restore
A Penal Colony.
Editor Bulletin :
In meting out punisbmont to tho
rebols now imprisoned, is it worth
tho whilo to consider tho feasibility
of deportation to Cure or Oceau
Whilo it is conceded to bo almost
a barren spot, cannot it be converted
I through modern intelligence and in-
i dustry into a useful aud productive
outpost? Drinking water can bo
condensed, buildings erected, food,
: plants and animals raised and reared
j and minor industries fostered.
For a year or more food might
have to be transported, but tho cost
of founding, maintaining and en
couraging the colony would pro
bably be far less than that of main
taining tho prisoners here aud care
fully guarding them from injudi
cious attempts of thoir friends.
With a school aud books for such
families of tho deported as might ac
company them it might be mado a
missionary center. Thoro would bo
but little dauger or probability of an
omeuto against the government if tho
ordinary criminal class wero not sent
there. A simple form of govern
ment might readily bo established
with a medical mau and teacher on
its staQ Iioturn to Hawaii without
permission could bo mado br the
I terms of banishmont oven a capital
By a quarterly communication
with Honolulu a trading station
might bo established, and tho Island
become a l'haro iu that desolate
part of tho ocean to warn and aid
the mariner. I am aware that a
purely commercial colonization
schonio has hitherto boon considered
and rejected. W. II. W.
In a recent editorial tho Salem.
Oregou, Independent says: "Time
nud again havo we seou Chambur
lnin's Cough Itemedy tried and never
without tho most satisfactory re
sults. Whouovor wo tea a person
afllicted with horsonejs, with a cough
or cold, wo invariably advise them
to get Chamborlaiu'ii Cough Homo
tly; mid when they do, they never
regret it. It always does tho work,
and does it well." For sale by Ben
sou, Smith & Co., Agents for. the
and hro.ve.nr erou.3
WIS HAVE JUST P.KCKIVKD Kx
14,400 Bottles !
-$ 4- -t
Exclusive Agents for the Hawaiian
523 Fort, s reet
THIS SPAOB IB
lbL. S. LiETVY,
Fort Street, H. I.
j Criterion Saloon
j Fort, near Hotel Sti.
'has. J. McCarthy, - Manager.
Popular Brands of Straight Goods
AlWAYS OS HAND.
, Try the Great AppetUer Tub Brownie
! Coi'KTAiu a specialty lth tills retort.
' DEPOT OK THE
i Famous WIeland Lager Boor.
I Merchants' Exchange
H. I. SHAW, Proprietor.
Uor. King and Nuuanu Street, Honolulu,
Choice Liquors and Fine Boor.
HELL TELBI'HONK 4'J,
Cold Water Faint
Especially Designed . .
For Inside Work on , , .
Factories and Public Buildings
It is a dry powder which can ho
I prepared for mo by simply stirring
I in COLD WATER nud can ho np-
plied by anyone and will always pro
duce good work.
It is VERY WHITE, extremely re
flective anil hardens on a wall like
It will last for yearn, ami is mi-aU'ectcd-hy
I Ono coat cover better than two
coats of oil paint or whitewash.
It can ho used on any suifucc and
i for all classes of work, even for the
1 It will tint rub, t-c.ilc or crack, uor
; will il soften with age or discolor.
It will not n't in the mixing vessel,
in fact it improves by standing a few
It can he used to j;ood advantage
over old whitewash without scraping.
IT DRIES OUT WHITE AFTER
It is cheaper than whitewash, dura
Is is supplied in barrels from !J0O
to -J00 lbs., also in boxes of 100, fit)
mul 25 pounds,
.... FOR SALE BY ....
win;. IRWIN CO.,
Agents for the Hawaiian Islands
Do Yon Smoke?
If you do, von want the bent your
money will buy I have just re
reivnt n choice invoice of the finest
which II from S rents up loVS
osnta. While many people prefer
Manila CUrn, I luv for their
bencllt n very choice selection of
all tho be9t known brmls of
For thoi who don't smoke cigars,
lnt "lilt the pi lie," 1 have a lino
Htersctunm an. Briar Wood Pipes,
Al'o Corn Cobs, Ktc, K'c.
TOBACCO and CIGARETTES
RmoklnKatid Chewing Tobacco and
tlirt favorlto brands of Cigarette are
bI'o kept on hand In tact any
tliliu; in the lli.e of smoker's ro
qu'siu'ti can ho found at the
H. J. Nolte, Prop.
Fine Cassimoroa, Sorges,
White Linens, Eto.
Suits Made to Order
ON BHOIIT NOTICE.
CLEANING, DYEING & REPAIRING
1 C. AKIMA, - - 40 Nuuanu Street.