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THE DAILY BULLETIN, MABGH 22, 1895.
Ordway & Porter
-, Hotel Street, "Robinson Block."-
Beg to announce to their numerous patrons the
arrival of New Goods, such as Carved Oak Bed
room Sets, Iiattan and Wicker Ware made up
into Stands, Center Tables and Chairs of the
very laksl designs; Dining Room Furniture, Ex
tension Tables a specially. Also a fresh lot of
Porticr Curtains in delicate shades, etc., etc., etc.
Beu. 526 TELEPHONES Mvtoai, 646
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 $ Hardware,
Bags, Bagging, Building Material, Crockery and Glass
ware, Groceries, Wines, Liquor, Etc., Etc.
SOLE AGENTS FOll
Golden Grate Flour,
Fort Sc Q,ixeen. Streets
P. O. BOX 48t
PACIFIC GUANO & FERTILIZER CO.
Q. N. WILCOX President.
J. F. HACKFELD VIco-l'resldent.
T. MAY Auditor.
E. 8UHR Beoretaryand Treasurer.
OUR NEW WORKS AT KALIHI being completed, we are now ready
to Furnish all kinds of
ALBO KEEP CONSTANTLY ON HAND
Pacific Guano, Potash, Nitrato of Soda,
Sulphate of Ammonia, Calcined Fertilizer Salts,
Special attention clven to Analysis of Soils by oar AKrlcullural Chemist.
All Goods are gnaranU-u t in every reipect.
Fur further particulars
-MUTUAL TELE. 407
G-vatio & Fertilizer Co.,
W. AVEItDAM, Manner.
Tho Democracy and tho President.
The New York Times exultiugly
Indorsos tho action of tho House
iu striking out tho first appropria
tion for a cablo to tho Hawaiian Isl
ands. The House, tho Times says,
"is really tho representative of tho
Democratic party. Tho Senate job
bers," continues that enlightened
journal, "want a Hawaiiau cable for
purposes of their own." Tho point
of this commont upon tho policy of '
tu.3T. p '.?. " T. .?" J ..V""
'. . .a A. itomuub vir.uiauu o nun
York morning mouthpiece. Tho
Eveniug Post performs that service
iu the afteruoou. Neither has had
a word of censure for tho bond folly
at which most of tho Cleveland or
gans faltered. If tho Tiuios really
speaks for tho Democratic party,
nndif thntiwrty sees nothing in the
Pacific Cable ami Nicaragua Canal
projects but n "job," its days aro
A good many years ago a great
man, who was also a great American,
planted himself on the ground of
"no more territory." That was be
fore tho Mexican War and of course
before California was American soil,
and at a tiino when tho domauds of
slaveholders invested acquisition of
territory with a peculiar peril to tho
Union. Thero was somo excuse then
for placing a limit upon our national
boundaries. Wo could not go in ono
direction without insisting also upon
tho right to go iu any other direc
tion. But tho "no moro territory"
platform did not awakou any re
sponse Tho people would uot thus
bind themselves. Wiser than somo
of their loaders, they held that in
the future an expansion of the boun
daries of the Union might becomo a
Tho livo statesmen of to-day por
ceivo that tho annexation of tho IJa
waiian Islands may becomo a mea
sure of national safety. They do
not propose to let $2,000,000 or
$3,000,000 stand in the way of carry
ing out a poliey that evonts ara
forcing upon us. The Administra
tion which tho Timos defends so
blindly threw enough money away
in the late bond deal to construct a
cable to Hawaii and give tho Nica
ragua Canal'V good start. S. F.
Oup and Saucer.
A verv pretty story is told of a
short dialogue between Washington
and Jefferson concerning tho useful
ness of a Senate. Washington
thought there should bo two nouses
aud Jefferson thought a second
House superfluous. The two states-1
mou were discussing tho question in ,
a familiar way, Jeflbreou standing
before a fire with a cup of lea in his
hand. "Of what uso is the Senate!" .
he asked, pouting a littlo of the tea
into a saucor. "You hove answered
your own question," replied Wash-,
Inton. lint Jefferson was loo
much absorbed in the themo to I
perceive the drift of Washington's
rotnark. Ho wanted to know
how ho had answered his own
question. "Why do you pour toa I
into a saucer!" was tho Yankee-
like way of answering tho question. '
"To cool it," was tho iuimodiale re-1
spouse. "Even so," returned Wash
ington, "the Sonato is tbo saucer
into which wo pour legislation to
Tho illustration is apt. but in mo
dem legislation it does uot always
hold good. In tho last days of Con
gress we do not find much tirao to
cool iu tho Senate. There are also
bills that do not require cooling
which pass one House aud fail to
pass tho other. In tho last Con
gress, iu tho caso of the Nicaragua
Canal bill aud tbo Pacific Cable
bill, tho nouse was the saucer in
which both froze to death at least,
into a condition of suspendod ani
mation. S. F. Bulletin.
Now that tho war of the revolu
tion is over, it is tho duty of every
man to support tho existing form of
governmout. Although thtuga may
not movo with that cordiality that
would onsuro an everlasting peaco,
still they may bo allowed to subBido
into that iudifferouco without animo
sity that would allow either party
to work out their best intorests. All
things considered it may bo for tho
best, but time, tho only arbitrator in
such cases, must alouo docido that
Jamos T. Stownrt is a Plumber and
will do your work in good shapo
and at uguros that will give you
James T. Stewart.
15 Bothol Street, Honolulu.
Two and Half Miles
of - '
Fowled Patent Portable Track1
0 INCH GAUGE. !
Just arrived per Hark "H. F. Glade"
in quantities to suit.
LOOK BEFORE YOU1
LEAP. When you cro out'
shopping-, consider: think of
the money in your pocket, and
take account of the
stores whoso various attrac-'
tions aro laid before you.
There i X, with tempta-1
tions in the form of a pretty
show; there is Y, whose wiles
are innumerable j And Z, who i
says he is tho man for your !
1 money. PLEASE PAUSE ! '
And remember your pocket
is concerned. i
STOP AND TIILNKl,
Would it not bo well to go
where for forty j'ears
IIOKKST GOODS and1
IIONES I PRICiUS go hand
in hand. Beauty and dura-:
bility, instead of mere show I
and display, from the virtue :
of goods handled by us.
To sell at a Small Profit in
every Department is tho fun-'
duinemal law of oun house ; j
to carry the best and newist
goods the markets of the
world afford is our constant
Among tho many now
, things found on our counters
thT8 week, wo wish to call
your especial attention to what
, fa gene 'ally known as TABLE
FKLT, TABLE PELT,
TABLE FELT, though it is
continually used for fancy
work. Wc have an extra fine
lino of this cloth in all colors.
! EEDERDO W N, EIDER
To look at it is to buy it,
soft ms velvet, just tho thing
for Capes or Children's Jack
ets. We have it in blue, pink,
1 and cream. You will want it
in all these colors after onco
looking at it.
B. F. BHLKRS & CO.
Our stock of Spring
Goods is acknowledged by
everybody to be tho finest
on tho Honolulu market,
and consists of everything
Useful and Ornamental.
Our prices aro moderate.
Jewelry in special designs
manufactured to order on
JAC0BSEN & PFEIFFER,
P. O. Box 287. Fort Strcot.
Flno Casslmoros, Sorges,
White Linens, Etc.
Suits Made to Order
ON SHOUT NOTICE.
CLEANING, DYEING & REPAIRING
46 Nuuanu Stroot.
Juse Do Espinto Santo,
Taro Patch & Ukulele Guitars
Mado of Hawaiian Wood.
130 Fort Street. Opposite Club Slabes.
UUING MY AHHENCE FUOM THE
country Mr. Choy dice will act for
me under full power of iittornov
12W-3t . Hawl, Kohala, Hawaii.
City Uoiiies, Seaside HoDses, Peninsula!
(Peail Harbor) Houses
At Special lUtci. Furnished or Unfur
nished. Building Lots on Long Lease
In Desirable Location at WAIKIKI.
A Hotel on Nnuanu Avenue
Information furnished and house
0cncd for inspection at any time.
127J-U . Queen Street.
Beach Residence !
FOB HUNT, LKA8K or BALK.
SITUATED IN KAl'IOLANI PAIIK,
next to residence of J as. II. Castle. Is
for Kent, Lease or Sale; Furnished or Un
furnished. Also, for So'c or Lease
4 Acres of Good Pasture Land,
Situated on Wilder Avenue.
W For further particulars, apply to
Dlmond Block, King street.
To Let or Lease 1
A Very CouffiUil New Cottage
On Wilder Avenue (near I'ensacola street),
with all modern Improvements, Ser
vants' Hoom, Carriage House.
Stables, Etc., Etc. Alto
LARGE 1'ASTUKK FOll HOK8E.
Alio, Family Hone aid Cirrlsg For Sal
raises, or of
For particulars, tiicinirn on th tre-
r. M. 11UUM-.1.
"XTEW COTTAGE ON
JLl Thurston Avunuo,
ljirgo Lot nicely laid out. ,
For Halo, some Ferns, mid I
Hanging Duckets. Also Carriage Horse.
BOOMS AND BOARD.
TOOM8 AND DOAUD
ii for a few persons can bo i
had at Ilaniwal, on tho Wal-J
klki beach. I
W. 8. HAHTLRTT.
Cottage, all modern
Improvements, with btuble. ,
llarn and Servants' Boom I
on promtHtH, on KInau street, one tilock
from horae-cars. For imrtlculars apply to
N. 8. 8AOH8.
1252. tf 6!M Fort trcet.
JL utthe terminus of the,
trarucars, Wnlklkl. It lms J
a frontaire on the ten auit-l
able for bathing purposes. The House la
commodious, kliuatcd on a well Improved
lot containing Frultand Ornamental Trees.
For particulars iiKinlro of
laiQ-liii O. E. BOAHDMAN.
JL premises situate on tho
east sine or the old Maltlkl
nlavcrouiid. formerly oceu-
iileil bv A. aartonlwrif. Eko
Iiiks are modorn and commoillous and tho
spacious crounda are Uld out la frultand
ornamental trees. Easy terms to n desira
ble tenant. For further particulars pleaso
apply to BHUOK OAUTWHIGUT.
Beach House To Let I
1m to let or leitbo lit
Walklkl beach, a fow min
utes' walk from the tram-
car. It has Cook Hoaso, Until House and
Good Sea Hathine. Household Utensils
aud Dishes aro all complete. Rooms may
be let with bathing privileges. If the whole
promises are not taken.
Having routed all the other houses ou
my list, I am ready to take any furlhor
orders In that linn.
.Inquire of DAVID DAYTON,
1277-tf r: Merchant street.
G-. E. SMITHIES,
Accountant, Collector and Copyist.
ODIce with C. I). Chase, Safe Deposit Build
ing, 400 Fort Street. Telephone 181.
W The Collection of Government Bills
n specialty. I'.'TMf
. Scientific American!
rpiIUlTY-FOUH VOLUMES OF TIM
X Sclentlllo American, IS S-lfeDI inclu
sive, well-bound, ure for salo uncap. Ap
ply at this office. 12S5-1W