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EVENING BULLETIN, MAY 28, 1895.
5 Euepii) Bulletin,
xincil ovory Anortiouii JWuitiit Stm
iluy, from 000 KImk btruct.
J. T. STACKER. EDITOH.
TUESDAY. MAY 28, 1895.
If it can Ijo provon thut tliero nro
people liere, in or out of the police
department, engaged in the ques
tionnblo prnctk-u of building wnr
jumorn for. towns along the Pacific
Coast it might bo advantageous to
the Government and the people
generally if the men were given
Tho credit for thuso revolu
tionary rumors has generally
been given to mon who are associ
ated with foreign newspapers as
correspondents, but tho latest seem
to be inspired by an entirely difl'er
Reports of revolutions and up
risings have been in the air for two
months past but they havo been
wafted here on the trade winds that
blow down from tho Coast and
then again largely magnified by
pcoplo here who should know bet
ter. It should bo remembered that
there are in Honolulu lines of busi
ness which require a certain
amount of credit abroad; without
this credit it would bo almost nn
impossibility for thco business
men to succeed. Hut tho merchant
of the United .States declines to
hike unlimited chances with his
foreign customer, some of them will
give no credit at all, and if thete
war rumorsand thoy arc mere
idle rumors continue, tliero will
be a general shutting down of
Revolutions have been a factor
in keeping back tho advancement
. of tho islands in the past, and tho
rumors of impending danger to the
Government at this time may be
the means of keeping in the back
ground enterprises that would bene
fit the entire population of the isl
ands. Let these scribblers occupy
their time at something that will
do tho islands some good rather
than that which, if can only result
in harm to the community.
Tho editor of newspapers feel
easier now that the income tax law
is declared invalid.
If hor.-ewhipping for (scandal
mongers should become the na
tional pastime of Hawaii, a good
many pcoplo would tako part.
It seems from recent dispatches
that the Hawaiian Legation at
Washington is closed for tho sum
mor. In that caso thcro will bo no
immediate necessity for making
any appointment to the place mado
vacant by tho retirement of Mr.
"Honor to "Whom Honor."
Permit mo on behalf of tho
Anglican Church (to which in your
leader last evening you give an
honor which is not our duo) to dis
claim any participation in the
honor of contributing to tho Settle
ment on Molokai any of those who
are devoting their lives to tho stfr
Tico of tho lepers. The Fathers
Wcndelin at Kaluupapa and Con
rardy at Kalawao, tho Sisters in
charge of the Bishop and Baldwin
Homes, and Brother Joseph Dut-
ton are all of the Roman Catholic
Church,' while the Roy. Kealoha
bolongs to tho Congregationalist
Lpdy. Ai.fued Wilms.
Bishop of the Anglican Church.
May 28, 1895.
Tho fault lies entirely with the
utlitor of the 'Evening Bulletin.
Tho interest which Bishop Willis
las always shown in affairs at
Molokai led him to believe that tho
Anglican Church was entitled to a
portion of the credit for tho condition
of affairs at tho Settlement. Eni
Tho Supreme Court meets in
banco on Monday, Juno 17th.
An extra session of the Circuit
Court will follow tho adjournment
of tho regular session. Tho final
adjournment will be on or before
Tho case of Drcier vs. McBryde
is sot for Wednesday, May 29th.
In the matter ot the bankruptcy
of C. L. Brito, tho disputed claim
of one Lopez comes up for hearing
On Friday tho Court will hear
the petition for letters of adminis
tration on the estate of S. Keku
mano, tho petition of M. S. Mc
Wayno for discharge fron bank
ruptcy and the petition for letters
of administration on the estate of
A. P. Peterson.
On Monday, June 3d, tho peti
tion for the probate of tho will of
Thomas Kccfo will come up.
In tho two assumpsit cases, Y.
Ah In vs. Chun See Chcong and
Chin Wo Company vs. Chun See
Chcong, juries diavo been waived.
The case of Antono G. Scrrao vs.
J. G. Serrao for damages is on trial
to-day before Judge Whiting.
Whilo in S'ockton, Cal., some limo
ago, Thos. F. Lauxau, of Los Banos,
that state, wm taken very severely
with cramps aud and diarrhoea. He
chanced to moul Mr. C. M. Carter,
who was nimilarlv afllictod. He pars:
"I told him of Chamberlain's Colic,
Cholera ami Diarrhoea Itouiody, aucl
we wpnfc ti lb" Holden Drug Store
and procured a bottle of it. It (;avo
Mr. Carter prompt reliof and I can
vouch for its having cured tno." For
Balo by all dtulnr. Benson, Smith
& Co., agents for the Hawaiian Islands.
! May 27, 1895.
If the business in any one
1 line was controlled by ono in
dividual, what would be tho
, result? If tliero was a demand
, for his waies ho would be
I richer than Croesus at tho end
, of a year and you would havo
1 to pay through the nose for
1 what you bought of him. In
I the United States competition
has brought the price of neces
sities down to a stage where
pcoplo may havo them and not
he looked upon as extravagant.
If jrou will look around among
i our stock you will find that it
is made up largely of articles
i for which yon have overy day
use. Wo have luxuries as well,
but, to-day wo toll you of
things needful about tho house.
Agate ware for instance!
Thoro'u bceu a scarcity iu ColTco Biggiua
In town, but wo have a stock of them
That will interest everyone.
We got our goods in agate
ware from La Lance and uros
joan, the makers, and they havo
tho reputation of making the
best goods in their particular
lines in the United States. Wo
can get "seconds" from them,
but tho first quality is tho best
because the enamel will not
Water coolers, hnniLiomcly painted out-
And cnnuiol liued inside,
Small ones for a family ur largo
Ones for a foundry.
Japanned ware includes cake
tins, trays, crumb pans, cuspi
dors and lots of other things.
Tho prettiest and probably tno
most useful article in tho lot is
a toilet stand, very neat as to
decorations and comploto as to
detail in tho niattor of articles
that go with them.
Tho one that will striko your fancy
Has a water tank that will
Hold uuillcient water for tho day.
The price of these articles is
not in proportion to tho value
of the goods. You get raoro
for your money than you are
used to, but then competition
has fixed that in tho United
States we buy cheap and fol
low the same rule in'solling,
you understand tho "Golden
Kotinucd Glue Pots and Slop Bowls
Are a new thing with us:
Brifjht and pretty, liko a silvor dollar.
And you can got them at a
price that will amaze you.
You should have ono of these
because they are useful and
This is a fish-eating com
munity because tho fish are
fresh aud of an exquisite flavor.
All people do uot know how
to cook them so us to got the
With ono of our Agate Steamors you
Can steam or boil your fish
And not lose tho ilavor.
Those fish kettles vary in
size from the mullet to the
aluaK and the price goes ac
cording to the size.
Farmers' Boilers are not
used in every household, but
there is scarcely a plantation
on tho islands but what re
quires ono; thoy are not to bo
found in ovory storo in the
city, but we have a few of
thorn to accommodate the peo
ple who want them.
Among other useful articles
lot us call your atoution to
agato and tin basting spoons,
tea and coffee caddies, ogg
poachers, chopping bowls, dish
pans, dairy pans and wooden
What is better with your chop
In tho morning than a few
Saratogo Chips? You can get them
By using ono of theso slicors.
Our stock is comploto in do
tail nothing old or shop-worn.
Elootrio Light Provided by Ha
waiian Eleotrio Light Company.
TBE PACIFIC HARDWARE Co.
IT PROVED .
to me that good goods und low
prices are still appreciated in Ho
nolulu. T therefore intend to give
my customers and the public in
general another opportunity. I
beg to call attention to the special
bm-gainn in our line of
oo! Goods, Oashmere, Flannelettes & Flannels.
ale will commence MONDAY, April 22d.
is the latest novelty in cigars, This is a per
fectly flat cigar. The filler is Havana of av
very high grade and laid in, like the sheets of
a book, in the same way an cigars that cost
150.00 per thousand. The outside appear
ance of the cigar conforms to the filler, and is
perfectly flat. Those of our cigur customers
who have sampled them pronounce tho Ha
vana Flats of excellent quality and of uniquo
and attractive shape.
by reason of their superior quality and name
are usually sold at high prices. TVe have an
excellent lino of theso cigars direct from Ha
vana. "While tho quality of theso cigars i at
the top-notch our prices havo been scaled down
to bring these popular cigars within the reach
need very little said in their praise, for they arc
well known here to every smoker. It would
be difficult to get a better cigar for the price
at which Manilas are sold. We allow no one
to undersell us in this line. We compete with
any nationality. Remember that when look
ing for Manila Cigars.
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New Goods ! New Goods !
' Suitings, Serges, Trouserings,
Linen Duck, Linen Drill, Flannels.
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Lace Stripes, Organdies, Pongee", Ginghams,
Sateens, India Linens, Victoria Lawns, '
Handkerchiefs, Hosiery, Ribbons,
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S-AJULOIR, HATS !
Mosquito Net Art Muslins, Cretonne, Madapolains, spe
cially adapted for Ladies and Children's Underwear.
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