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THE DAILY BULLETIN, APRIL 8, 1895.
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Ordway & Porter
Hotel Street, "Robinson Block."
H. Hackfeld & Co.,
Offer to the trade qii 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-
, Uroccnes, Wines, .Liquors, IUc, JUtc.
SOLE AGENTS FOIl
Golden Gate Flour,
Fort Sc 0,-u.eerL Streets
P. 0. BOX iU-
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OUR NEW WORKS AT KALIHI being completed, wo aro now ready
to Furnish all kinds of
. AI.80 KEEP CONSTANTLY ON HAND
Pacific Guano, Potash, Nitrato of Soda,
Sulphate of Ammonia, Calcined Fertilizer Salts,
Etc., Etc, Etc., Etc
If Special attention given to Analysis of Bolls by our Agricultural Chemist,
All Goods are guaranteed In every reipect.
For further particulars
-MUXUAL TELE. 407
& FERTILIZER CO.
Beoretary and Treasurer.
Guano & Fe-'.liUzer Co.,
1H. W. AVEUDA5I, jlium.nr.
ABOUT MB. THUKSlO.Nf.
He is Condemned by a Ohnmplon of
Mr. Tiuirslon has boconiu nou por
Bona grnta to tbo jjovorument on no
count of his pernicious nctivity as
an annexationist advocate, auu his
too frrquent use of tho nowspatiura
in matttTd portaiuiny to tho politics
of this country, nays tho Washing
ton correspondent of tho Chicago
TjinovIIvrnld. Ho is also charged
with inspiring attacks upon Ministor
Willis in Honolulu, iudttciu nuns
I papers published to critiuisn Mr.
, Willis for attempting to carry out
I instructions given him by the Stntu
Department. An ollicial of tho do
1 parttnout said to-day that many of
1 Mr. Thurston's other oflonses might
have been overlooked if hu liad not
made war upon Mr. Willi, but this,
in addition to his other sins of cotn
uiNsion, had led to his recall. II is
truo that Secretary Oresham and
Mr. Thurston hrno inner been on
very cordial terms. Mr. Grosbwn
has from tho first placed l'ttlo confi
dence in tho Hawaiian envoy, and,
as nlroady indicated in Tho Tiuios
Herald, tliy had porno slurp words
concerning tbo' publication by Mr
Thurston of ofhclal dispatches in
tho nnwspapors bolero t hoy were
filed at tho Statu Department.
Senator Hale, of Maine, has boon
among tho moat zealous defenders
of the Hawaiian Republic on tho
floor of tho senate, but ho does not
support Mr. Thurston in the matter
of tho minister's reported recall at
the iustauco of Secretary Oresham
on tho facts so far as developed. 'I
havo no iusido or exclusive informa-
tion." lin said, in iliiiaRiticr t.hn mnt..
tor, "but tho published reports say
that Mr. Thurston's recall has been
asked because ho made public dipTo
matic correspondence boforo sub
pitting it to tho secrotary. If this
is correct ho was cloarly in tho
wrong, and could not expect that
tho secrotary would do otberwieo
than ask for his recall. It was
cloarly a breach of ollicial otiquetto
and is a practice which this country
cannot afford to encourage There
alTord to encourage There
might bo times when sneh a course
would load to serious consequences,
and if matters of international im
portance are to be so treated by tho
representatives of foreign govern-.
moots, wo might as well havo no
state department. I had hoped,"
he continued, "that nothing more
would happen to strain our rolationo '
with tho Dolo government, for I be
lieve it is a good government and
that tho Hawaiian have a republic
which is such in fact as well as in .
namo not like those Central Ameri
can republics, including Mexico,
which aro nothing but military
"If tho Hawaiian government can
put up with Minister Willis I think
this government might easily over
look such a trivial matter as that
which was mado an excuse for Miu- j
inter Thurston's dismissal," said
Senator Fryo, of Maiuo. '"It looks
to mo liko a very small piece of busi-1
uess. I think Mr. Thurston's famous i
reply to Blount started tho trouble,
and I think that Mr. Thurston was
absolutely right in that reply to I
Blount. Tho administration did not
like it, and they have felt resent
ment to Mr. Thurston." ;
lu another letter tho Times Her-
aid says that on more thau ono occa
sion Secretary Oresham and Minis-1
ter Thurston havo indulged, in con-1
versation not provided for in tho
rules of diplomatic intercourse and
not likely to preserve the ontento
cordiale which should exist botweou
a,secrotary of foreign alfairs and a i
resident envoy, it. is well known
that Mr. Oresham is a stickler for
truthfulness and good faith in di
plomatic relations. Ho takes tho
ground that lying is an unnecessary
art in diplomacy as well as in other
relations of life. Every member of
tho diplomatic corps hore will boar
out the assertion that Mr. Gresham
has always boon found frank and
sincere. Tho treatmont which ho
accords to ministers ho exacts from
thorn. In this respect Mr. Thurston
has more thau once offended.
If, as now seems probable, Mr.
Thurston's career as ft diplomatist
Is soon to come to an end so far as
this capital is concerned, thoro will
be a good deal of regret among pub
lic men here. With all his faults ho
has good qualities, and has mado
many frionds. Many of tho ropub-
lipATi annntnrit ntiil vnni-Aannt ftftirna
greatly admire him. ami to this fact,
and tho relations which have sprung
up between thorn, Mr. Thurston
must m largo part ascribo
Frank Sheimidsou. an omnuoor on
the Southern Pacific lty., who resides
at Los Augelos, Cnl., was troubled
with rheumatism for a long time.
IIo was treated by several physicians, ,
also visited the Hot Springs, but re
ceived uo permanent roliuf until ho ,
used Ohambelaiu's Pain Halm. He
says it is tho best medicine in tho
worm lor rheumatism, l-.ir sale by
all dealers, Benson, Smith k Co,,
agents for tho Hawaiian Islands,
I have just received a coin-
in the Latest
are very choice
and were im
ported specially for my fine
trade. Also have a full line of
At Reasonable Prices.
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514 Fort Street.
FOE INFORMATION CONCERNING
tW CALL ON, OK ADMtr.SS,
JOHN M. CHASE,
OIUco, JOO Fort Street.
Fort, near Hotel Bts.
Uiias. J. McCarthy, Manager.
Popular Braids of Straight Goodi
ALWAYS O.N HAND.
Try tli Great Appetizer Til Brownix
Cocktail a specialty with this reaort.
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Famous Wioland Lager Boer.
California and Hawaiian Fruit
AND PRODUCE COMPANY.
Opp. 0. R. & L Depot, on King Street.
Groceries, Provisions and Ice Houbo
Goods, Flan, Vegetables, Frozen Oysters,
Etc., received by every steamer from San
Franclboo and Vancouver.
The Shipping Tratlo supplied.
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' Merchants' EXOhailffe
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8. 1. B1IAW, Proprietor.
cor. King and Nuuanu Street, Honolulu.
Choice Liquors and Fino Beor.
BKM. TELEPHONE 4IU.
IIO YEN KEE & CO.,
41 Hiiuttmi rilrevi
Tinsmiths, Plumbing, Etc.
(UtOUKKKY aud QLA6BWAHR
Tho business of tho country is
sottling into its former groovo. Our
goutlemauly drivor has returned
from his vacation, the cows in tho
pasturo switch flics instead of bul
lets with their tails and tho cream is
richer in consequouco. Wo boliovo
wo have satisfied every one of our
customers who havo taken milk from
us aud wo aro in a position to sup
ply a groat many more. The pooplo
who from choice or necessity visited
Waialao during tho past two weeks
havo had an opportunity to seo just
what sort of diet our stock feeds
upon, and no longer wonder at tho
richness of the milk from our dairy
Our facilities for delivery aro tho
best. With tho exception of a day
or two early hi tho late unpleasant
ness our drivers havo always been
on time at our customers' residences.
We take this opportunity to thank
those who have been patient with us
aud to solicit a contiuuanco of thoir
patronage. We will bo pleased to
fill nil orders telephoned to us and
guarantee all milk to be pure and
freo from adulteration.
Tin-: WAIALAB 11ANCII.
$200, $250, $275,
$375 and $550.
$1000, $1200, $1300,
O. 3D. CHASE,
Bate Dopojit Building. 401 Fort
I Our stock of Spring
Goods is acknowledged by
everybody to be the finest
on the 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. llox 237.
l'cr S. S. "Australia"
A SMALIj INVOICE OK
roil SALE BY
H. J. 2STOLTJE3,
lajQ-tf Fort Btreet.
Comer Nuuanu and Hotel Bts.
E. N. ItKQUA, Manager
Choice Wines, Lfqnors, Ales,
PORTEIIS, ETC., ON DRAUGHT.
Half and Half on Draught.
Hand-made Sour Hash
MERCHANT - TAILOR
Fino CaBsimoros, Serges,
White Linens, Eto.
Suits Made to Order
ON SHORT NOTICE.
CLEANING, DYEING & REPAIRING
O. AKIMA, - - dG Nuuanu Streot.