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THE DAILY BULLETIN, FEBRUARY 19, 1895.
jjp ? 'JVrnl SPECIAUL.V FOR Majff 3
H. Hackfeld & Co.,
Of for to the trade on the most liberal tonus their
large and varied stock of
DRY and FANCY GOODS,
Boots and Shoos, Hats, Shawls,
Clothing, Saddlery, Etc., Etc., Etc.
Bags, Bagging, Building Material, Crockery and Glass
ware, Groceries, Wines, Liquors, Etc., Etc.
SOLK A CENTS KOlt
G olden. Q-ate Flour,
Fort z Q,-u.een. Streets
Grocery v Store
3a NUOANU STREET.
Between Hotel And King Street, next to
otel And KlngStn
Has opened a First-class Grocery Store
as above. Ho will keep always on band
the Best and Freshest
American and English Groceries
Canned Goods, Etc.,
And do his best to please all
Purchases delivered to all narts
of the Cliy.
XvCvitvial Toloplioric 257.
Our stock of Holiday
Goods arc now ready for
inspection at our New
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
JACOBSEN & PFEIFFER.
I O. Box 2S7.
o. :r,. coXiX-iasrs,
Practical Carriage Trimmer
(Has no connection with any car
TOPS OF EVERY DESCRIPTION
Fender, Dahes, S'orm Aprons, Ktc,
at Lowest Possihlo Trices, and
Wurkmunshlp of. tho Best.
I iiba First-class Material of my own Im
portlnf;. Manufacturer o' all kinds of
Workshop 210 King Street near Maunakea.
V. O. Box 490.
Four great requisites of
Men's Wearing Apparel to
be found in all the Suits
made by Johnston & Sto
rey. Mr. Storey was for
some vears one of the best
known cutters on the Coast,
consequently the best dress
ed men in town wear clothes
Johnston & Storey,
4 13 P"ort Street
Wire -:- Nails
WILDER & CO., L'i).
CaliforDia Fruit Market
Corner King and Alakcn Sis.
Dy Every Rtfnrucr from S.in
Fresli Fruit, Oystci's,
Salmon, Poultry, Ktc, Ktc.
JOB PRINTING jL"33dSyte
IIuilktin Funt.iBiiiNn Co.. I, n. Flrut'dass
Commercial Work a Specialty. Katliantes
filven. Orders promptly executed.
I THE PACIFIC SWITZERLAND.
Sir Jtonny Wfttsou's Vimws on Ha
waii and Its Futuro
F. A. Schncfttr hrn rncoived Uih
following, lu tltH form of a nmv
paper cutting, from Johu Purvis, Si.
And roup, Si'otUitid, and kindly hand
ed it to tho Bulletin for publica
tion: ROVAL SCOTTISH nEOdrtANlIGAL SOCIETY.
Yesterday nftorm on Sir lnny
Watson delivered a ltcturo to tho
Itoyal Scottish Geographical Society
in tho Society's Hall, Qui-uti streut,
Edinburgh. Tlmru v.-n a good at
toudatict', and tho chair wa occupied
by Sir Thomas Clark, Sir Kenny
Watson bcau by Having that during
thoso last few yeara Hawaii had lw
como a much tnoro familiar namo
than it used to be, anil during tho
past few months aud dayu tin) news
papers had given much attention to
tho group. They would romembor
tho long dobato in tho United States
Senate, which arose on tho question
whether the group should bo annex
ed by tho United States or not. Tho
lecturer went on to describe tho
geographical position of the group
as well as their topography; aud ho
referred to tho proposal to cut tho
Nicaragujm Canal a work which
could, ho understood, bo carried
through at much the same cost as
was involved in tho construction of
tho Manchester Ship f'aual. It
would only be a matter of sown
years before that Canal was cut; and
when it was, the Hawaiian Islands
would occupy a unique position on
tho way from Panama to China for
our road to tho Cast. Tho climate
of tho Hawaiian Inlands was liko a
mild summer warm and salubrious,
never hot in the shade, and seldom
chilly. In July aud August it was
warmest, and t ho thermometer might
reach DO degrees in tho shade, but
that was not usual. So far as one
might judgo in relation to human
comfort, tho climate was perfection,
and tho islauds might truly bo called
tho Paradise of tho Pacific.
After speaking of tho many natu
ral beauties of tho islauds, Sir Kenny
Watson recalled their recent history,
and noiuted out its leading inci
dents. He spoke of tho passing of
the M'Kinlay Tariff Act as a sevoro
blow to tho commerce of tho islands,
m it admitted all sugars free to tho
United States, thus knocking the
bottom out of the former commer
cial reciprocity treaty between the
i Hawaiian Government and the
States, and' causing the price of
i sugar to fall to tho old figure. That
matter, he was afraid, might cud
somewhat seriously for many inter
ests in tho islands. In regard to the
present Government of Hawaii, ho i
thought those who wero in power
wero managiug the business well, '
and were indeed tho only class in
tho islands to bring back any kind
of settlement in tho way of govern
ment. America, as they knew, re
garded tho position of these islands
as of vory groat importance, and
while ho could not say how from
time to time tho question of tho pro-'
posed annexation of tho group would '
faro in Americau politics, ho could
not but wish that they sUonhl ro-1
main, as they had remained for tho '
last century, froo to all nations, aud I
I supported as such by all. Why I
could wo not have a Switzerland in
the Pacific, sc to speak an attrao-,
tivo country, tho holiday ground of
all tho other Powers. Tho wonder- '
1 ful climate and natural beauties of !
tho country all contributed to such
1 an end. (Applause.) Tho lecture
, was illustrated by a series of lime- j
! light views, which served to convoy
to tho audionco some idea of tho ,
manifold natural attractions of tho '
islands. At tho close a hearty voto !
of thanks was given to Sir Uouuy '
v. it. narrison, practical piano
and organ maker and tuner, can fur
nish best factory reference. Orders
left at. Hawaiian Ngws Co. Will re
ceive prompt attention. All work
guaranteed to bo the nam hh done
ELECTION OF OFFICERS
AT THi: ADJOUKKKD ANNUAL
MeeiliiK of tho Stockhold-rs of the
Waianak Co.. held thin day, the following
Kemlcmen wro elected to servo during the
II. A. Wldemauii
it. N. Wllc x
J. M.iwmt. Secretary it Treasurer.
F. W. Mnclnrlano Auilltor
j. m. dowsfit,
llotiomm, Feb. II, 181S. i2ti
THK UNDEHSIONKD HAVINO UK
emed Letters of Admlilstratlon f
the Knate of Hfjirl G. McQrvw, he'ehy
moket dexianil upon All jiersons haviiK
jiropvrty heloni-lni? o ta'd Kstam todu
liver shiiio to him. Notii u is also herbv
Klven lo nil creditor of ths di-coesed to
lre-crit th-lr uIaIiks duly niuhocitieat-d
w.tliln tix moutlitt fiom thf daK
, , , , JO. t'AUTKH,
Administrator, Liw Merchant strtet.
Honolulu, Jan. '.'1, lt'J l'.'ll-lm
yd 6 pirujc-
dhJi hravcrCt crow
WK II AVK JUST KKOEIVEI) Kx
14,400 Bottles !
4- 4- 4
Exclusive Agents for the Hawaiian
THI8 SPAOK IS
:&. s. uetvut,
Font Stbcet, H. I.
Fort, neur Hotel Stj. '
Oiiah. J, MuUartiiv, Manager. i
Popular Brands of Straight Goods
ALWAYS OS IHND.
1 Try the Great Apiietlzer Tne Hbownie
Cocktail a specialty with this retort.
DErOT OK THE
Famous "Wieland Lagor Boor.
j 8. I. SHAW, Proprietor.
Cor. King and Nuimim Street, Houolmu.
Choice Liquors and Fine Boor,
IIKLL TELEPHONE Ml.
Cold Water Faint
Especially Designed . .
For Inside Work on , , .
Factories and Public Buildings
It is u dry powder which can ho
prepared for mo by simply ttirring
in COL1) WATER and can bo up
plied by i n yo no und will iilwnys pro
duce good work.
It is VEKY WHITE, extremely re
llcctivc ami burdens on u wnll like
It will liiht fur years, und is tin
uU'ccti'd by pises.
One cent covers better than two
coats of oil paint or whitewash.
It can be used on uny surface mul
for nil clitsrcs of work, even for tho
It will not rub, scale or crack, nor
will it soften with age or ilUcolor.
It will not Mt in the inixing vwhiI,
in fact it improves by stuuiliug u few
It can bo wviX to good advantage
over old whitewafb without scraping.
1TDH1KSOUT WIIITK AFTEtt
It is cheaper than whitewash, dura
Is is supplied in barrels from iSOO
to -100 llw., alto in boxes of 100, fit)
and 2't pounds.
.... FOR SALE BY ....
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Agents (or ttie Hawaiian Islands
Do You Smoke?
If jem do, yon want the bet yonr
money will buy I havn Jit re
rclT.d a choice fnvolca of the Cneit
which sell from 5 renti up o'.'S
oints. While mitiiy prople prefer
.Manila Omars, I liv for their
benefit n very choice selection of
all the be9t known brands of
For thoio who don't smoko clunu,
bat "hit the pipe," I have u lino
Htersctunm and Briar Wood Pipe,
Alro Corn Cobs, Kto., K'o.
TOBACCO and CIGARETTES
BiiioklniraiidCliewInK Tobacco and
tlm fnvorlto brands of Cigarettes ore
elo kept on hnnd In fact any
tlilnp in the Hi e of smoker's re
qtrslirs can bo found at the
II. J. Nolti:, Prop.
MERCHANT - TAILOR
Fine Casslmores, Sorgos,
White Linens, Etc
Suits Mado to Orfler
ON SHOUT NOTICE.
CLEANING, DYEING & REPAIRING
- 4G NuuauH Stroot.