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THE DAILY BULLETIN, FEBRUARY 18, 1895.
Arc Receiving New Invoices of
BOOK AND JOB STOCK
BY EVERY STEAMER
1c Prmlii Office,
Where they nro fully prepared to do nl)
binds of work in the latest styles, at
the shortest notice and at the
most Reasonable Hates.
Fins Job Wort In Colors a Specialty 1
Executed In tho Most Attractive
Read the following partial list of spec
ialties and get tho Bulletin's prices bo
fore placing your orders. By so doing
you will save both time and money.
Bills of Lading,
Receipts of all kinds,
Labels of ovory variety,
Petitions in any language,
Envelopes & Lottor Circulars,
Sporting Scores &. Records,
Perpetual Washing Lists,
Qonorul Book Work,
Etc., Etc., Etc., Etc.,
Printed and Blocked when desired.
Sr No Job is allowed to leave tho of'
II co until It gives satisfaction.
BACK AGAIN TO WORK.
1ST. F. BTJR,GKEiSS
la again prepared to repslr Garden Hose,
Bprihklers, Water Tapi. etn, Baw FIIIiik
aud all kinds ot Tools tharyened, JnoIn1
lug Carving Knives mm Bolsters; Lawn
.Mowers a snecia't : h1i Setting Glass; in
fact ah kinds of jobbing. Work called for
and retnrned. Ring up 102 Mutual Tele
phone any time before U a. m. 117'Jtf
Pour great requisites of
Men's "Wearing Apparel to
be found in all the Suits
made by Johnston & Sto
rey. Mr. Storey was for
some years one of the best
known cutters on the Coaat,
consequently the best dress
ed men in town wear clothes
Johnston & Storey,
413 Fort Slroet
Grocery v Store
322 NUtJANU 8TltEET,
Between Hotel and King Street, next to
otel and King Stn
Has opened a First-class Grocery Store
as above. He will keep always on hand
the Best and Freshest
American and Eoglisb Groceries
Canned Goods, Etc.,
And do bis best to please all
Purchases delivered to all parts
of the City.
2vC-u.tia.al Toloplxono 257.
W. W. AHANA,
333 2TmiU3.m Btxast,
Rugllsb, Scotch and American Goods.
Btyle and Fit Guaranteed.
Gleaning & Repairing
latnal Tele. 668. P. 0. Boi 144.
Regan Yaor & Pacific Gas
IP I" "U
THE BEST IN THE MARKET.
They cannot be surpassed (or motive
SEND FOR CATALOGUE
1033-tl Bole Agent, Nunanu Btreut
, Consolidated Soda Water Co,, L'd
Cor. Allen k Fort SI&., Bfiaololn.
HOrJiTRTWR A CO.,
If you are out of Bill Heads, Letter
Heads, etc, we can supply them.
SOKE ENQLIBH STATESMEN.
Lord Bandolph Churchill's Opinion
of Mr. Gladstone
In an ntticlo in tho Now York Tri
bune, Mr. O. W. Smaller tells of
Lord Randolph Churchill's opinion
of Mr. Gladstone:
I owo to Lord Randolph bimsolf
am account of hisono personal intor
viow with Mr. Glndstono on public
business. It was whilo ho was Chan
cellor of tho Exchequer. Mr. Glad
stone was then at Dollis Hill, tho
Kilburn villa which Lord Aberdeon '
nut at his disposal as often and as
long as he cared to uso it half an
hour's drive from Connaught Placo,
whore Lord Raudolph then lived.
i Financo is ono of tho two or llireo
' subjects which havo always had a
Eermanent interest for the great
liberal, and ho had asked tho young
I Conservative Chancellor of tho Ei
I chequer to como out and talk with I
I him on somo points thou at issue
1 with respoct to the public accounts. '
Ho went tho noxt aftornoon,and was
i roceived by Mr. Gladstouo under an .
apple troo in tho garden You mny I
bo certain that on neithor sido was
1 there a thought of political anlago-
nism betweon them, or of their con
, tests in the Houso. Such contots in
England seldom leave nuy bitterness
I uoiiiuM. luoy inui us itvu .ciigiinu
Sentlotnon who had somothing to
iscuss. They had a long talk. Mr.
Gladstouo stated his views with that
tremendous onorgy so characteristic
of him; putting all his forco of intol
. lect into his argument. "For tho
I first lime in my life," said Lord Kan
i dolph, "I felt myself in tho presence
of a suporior being." That always
seemed to mo n remarkable confes
sion. It bocatno more so when ho
wout on to draw a kind of contrast
botwoou Mr. Gladstouo and Lord
Salisbury. "I havo known Lord
Salisbury all my life, intimately. I
was his friend and colleague. Ho
' was my chief. Ho is a groat man
and a great loader, with tho montal
range and tho forco of character you
know. It uover occurred to mo to
bo afraid of him, or to think of my-
self with reforonco to him as other
than an equal. A hotter man than
I, no doubt, and an oldor, but still
of tho same clay. Mr. Gladstone is
a being apart. You know how tho '
1 royalties regard themselves, as if
they were of another race, and the
1 moanest royalty far above tho high-.
est of other than royal blood. That
is the impression Gladstone made on
me. Ho was not merely greater, but
l dissimilar. I had to discuss finance
with him. I did the beBt I could
' with tho discussion aud argumont,
as I 'do in the House, whore I never
hesitated to face him, as you know.
In privato it is another matter. I
could argue, but before the man
I himsolf I bent."
Hard things, I see, are said about
Lord Randolph's hard hitting in his
1 House of Commons controversies
i with Mr. Gladstone. Holiimself ad
mitted, with the generous frankness
1 which was in him, that ho had some
times struck too heavily. You com
mented tho other day on his descrip
' tion of his great opponent in 188G as
( an old man in a hurry. It was the
ono thing which Lord Raudolph
himself most regretted. "But," I
Raid, "it was a perfectly true and
nictiiresquo account of tho matter."
I Ho would iiot admit that tho truth
of it atoned for the severity. ''Of
t courso it was true," he admittod.
"It summed up tho situation. Never
would Gladstone have taken tho lino
I ho did, or dealt with homo rule in
I tho way he did, or tyrannized over
I his party as ho did, had he been
I twenty years youuger. But I ought
not to havo said it."
Leads to nervousness, fretfulness.
peevishness, chronio Dyspepsia ana
preat misery. Hood's Sarsaparilla
is tho remedy. It tones the stomanh,
croates an appetite, and gives a
relish to food. It makes pure blood
and gives healthy action to all the
organs of tho body. Tako Hood's
for Hood's Sarsaparilla Cures.
Hood's Fills become tho favorito
cathartic with every ono who tries
them. n 25c.
ELECTION OF OFFICERS.
AT THE ADJOURNED ANNUAL
Meeting of tlio" Stooklin!d-rn of the
Waianak Co., held tu's day, tho following
gentlemen w.ro elected to serve during the
II. A. U'lileniaim , . ..President,
Q.N. Wile a . . ..Vice-President.
J. M. lwftt. Hecretary it Treasurer,
V. W. Macfarlane Auditor
J. M. DUWBETT,
Honolulu, Feb. 11, 1815. lL'.O 3t
rpHE UNDERSIGNED HAVING RE
X nlv..t Letters of Administration t !
the EtBti t'f Html 0. McGrew, lieieliv
uiakci dun nml iinon all persona havini!
iinu-rtv blniiiliiL tn ni'A Kstntn iiiiIk.
liver same to him Nutli u is also hereby
given 10 a'l creditor of the deceased to
pro eut Ili-Ir rlslms duly authoniirnt-d
w tljlti tlx niuntli.1 fiom tins ilnt-.
J. O. OARTEK,
Adiuinlstrainr, 'JOS Merchant stiet.
Honolulu, Jan. 'U, lbi) I'-'lt-liu
centcred lens. Yon think you get the samo amount of relief
from a cheap glass, because it may have tho same amount of
refractive power as the more costly. See where tho above
lens focuses. See the scattering of rays. Ah much spheri
cal aberration in such glasses as there is aberration of tho
mind in an insane person j yet this is tho general run of
glasses you buy chiap. How long will your sensitive eye
stand this strain? Why, until they are ruined entirely. Can
you afford to wear such glutscs, simply becauso they cost
you a little less than the perfectV No, a thousand times, No.
You could not if they were given you with a bonus. We
will not sell Mich glasses; would not bo guilty of giving
thpm away. Hut we guarantee to fit every manner of com
plicated case with tho proper and correctly ground glass, and
to give perfeet satisfaction.
1. 0. BOX 481-
O. N. WILCOX
J. K. HAOKFELI)
OUR NEW WORKS AT KALIHI being completed, wo are now ready
to Furnish all kinds of
AL80 KEEP CONSTANTLY ON HAND
Pacific Guano, Potash, Nitrate of Soda,
Sulphate of Ammonia, Calcined Fertilizer Salts,
8dmM attention elven to Analysis of Soils by oar Aericnltaral Chemist.
All Goods are guaranteed In every rcaptct.
0T For further particulars apply to
Ratal Cane Shredder
PATENTED UNDER T1IE LAWS OF THE HAWAIIAN ISLANDS.
alirferrSfcSKsi 1; Vs.
Mr. John A. Scott, Manager of tho Hilo Sugar Oompany, gives tho follow
inir wonderful record of tho working of tho NATIONAL CANE SHRED
DER, which was erected by their works at tho commencement of tho crop
"During tho past wcok tho Milo Sugar Company's mill exceeded nny of
its former records by closing tho 125 hours grinding with an output of 900)
tons. This is fully 10 percent moro than tho best work of former years.
"Tho thrco roller mill being 20 in. by 54 in. and tho two roller mill SO in.
by CO in. Iho first mill doing this amount of work in an efficient manner
and with grout ease, compared with work on whole cane, owing to thorough
preparation of tho cano by tho National Oano Shredder, recontly erected by
"And by its use tho extraction has beou increased from 3 percent to 5 per
conton all kinds of cituu, und iu somo oases 60 porcont has boon reached;
the avorago being 75 to 78 porcont, according to quality.
"I continue to ilnd the megass from shredded cano better fuel than from
"Tho shredder has been working day and night for sovon months and has
given mo entire satisfaction, having shredded during that time about sovonty
thousand tons of cano, und a largo part of it being hard rutoous.
"Tho shreddor and encino require very little caro or attention."
nuns and specillcation6 of thebo Shredders may bo scon at tho oilico of
Ed. Hoifschlaeger & Go.
"Household" Sewing Machine;,
Hand Stwlng Uacblnes, with ill (be litest Improvements.
Wesiermayer's Cottage Pianos.
Parlor Organs, Guitars, and otoer Instruments,
is a fair and comprehensive
example of a cheap and un-
MUTUAL TELE. 407
& FERTILIZER CO.
Secretary aud Treasurer.
Guano it Fertilizer Co.,
DR. W. AVERDAM, Manager.
G. IRWIN & CO., L'd,. .
80U Agent for the Hawaiian JilatuU
and Bethel Streets.