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KVKNINO BULIjBTIN, MAY HO, JS03.
Sl? Euer?iQ$ Bulletin,
ImihmI mrry AflKriimih llxiipt Hitml.t)-,
f. inn I(H Ivlnic Mrio t.
J. T. STACKER, EDITOR.
Til U IIS DAY. MAY 30, 1S00.
Mr. Hutch, in speaking of the
jumoml (li8M)ii!"ion. in tliu cahinot
ns well uh the reports that tlie gov
ernment could not stand the pres
sure of dissatisfaction hrought by
its supporter?, paid: "That the gov
ernment had stood it, that the com-
munity had stood it, is the best
testimony that can be given of the
stability of the government, and
that gives tho greatest comfort to
our friends abroad."
Tho merchants will be glad of
this information, and so will the
mechanic. But if this is the can
did opinion of so prominent and
able a man as Mr. Hatch whercfor
is the necessity of annexation? If
the government has stood the
trials that have passed why not
thoso which may come? Mr.
Thuraton only a little while before
that said that without political
union we could not havo stability
"When doctors disagree who
Mr. Hatch Koplics.
The following is theoflicial reply
of Minister Hatch to the notifica
tion from Mr. Willis of the action
of the Administration at Washing
ton regarding Mr. Thurston:
Department ok Foreign )
Honolulu, May J)rd, 1895.)
Sir: Referring to our interview
on the 30th ultimo in which you
intimated that the President of the
United States would bo pleased if
the Hawaiian Minister at Washing
ton should bo recalled, for personal
reasons, and upon which occasion
you read to mo a dispatch from the
Secretary of State to yourself on
tho subject dated February 21st,
but which had been sent to Japan
by mistake, I havo tho honor to in
That Mr. Thurston is now in
Hawaii and will not return to the
post of Hawaiian Minister at
I regret extremely that the pres
ence in Washington of tho late
Minister is no longer agreeable and
that the matters referred to by the
Secretary of State should havo
been considered of sufficient gravity
to call for the action taken.
I havo the honor to be, with the
highest consideration, sir,
Your obedient servant,
Fbancis M. Hatch,
Minister of Foreign Affairs.
Mn. Aldekt S. Willis,
U. S. Envoy Extraordinary and
For Annexation First, Last and
AH tho Timo-No Stability
Last night League Hall was
crowded to hear Mr. Thurston and
other officials of tho Government
tell why they are annexationists.
As it was understood by tho people
to bo strictly a government affair
and as tho officials havo been charg
ed with harboring desires to continue
tho present independent form of
government whilo openly express
ing a preference for annexation the
interest of the audience was bound
less. In beginning his address, Mr.
Gi:ntlkmi:n of the American
League: Ever sinco my return, I
nMwiilitrikMliiilt'iiitlr'fw. bnkii,Admi1n!lt ,i' ',,ltir trit' .33iurtkiVJu&ki
havo heard whisperings to tho
eil'oct that a restoration of the
monarchy with Kaiulnniatits head
had found favor in my eyes, and
that I was endeavoring to encom
pass that object. What tho origin
of this suggestion is I do not know.
, It certainly has not como from any
I action, word or suggestion on my
The speaker then referred to the
capabilities of some men here in
changing their political opinions
and proceeded to tell his hearers
that the charges that the oillctals
I of tho government aro not heartily
in accord with the movement was
as false as any lies that have ever
been uttered concerning the gov-
A little later in his
speech he told why he is in favor
of political union with the United
States. During his remarks on this
point he said:
Tho palpable fact that tho physi
cal force of a small independent
government is necessarily limited,
renders it liable to constant rumors
of trouble, which, in tho long run,
is almost as injurious as actual
Hawaii is no exception to this
proposition. If this were a com
munity of Anglo-Saxons, or of
those thoroughly imbued with tho
principles of representative govern
ment, tho situation would bo differ
ent. Under those circumstances
the community, however small,
could be depended upon to work
along constitutional lines.
No matter how the present con
ditions camo about, wo must deal
with them as we find them. The
situation which we must face is,
that the Anglo-Saxon proportion of
the community, and those who be
lieve with them in the principles
of representative government, will
not submit to the arbitrary, despo
tic and vicious methods represent
ed by tho late monarchy; while
many of those who believe in the
divine rights of kings are not yet
content to accept republic princi
ples of government.
Mr. Thurston having enlighten
ed tho audience on this point gave
it as his belief that the present
force of armed men could hold tho
fort against insurrectionists, local
or imported. Nothing could phase
them in their earnest endeavor to
carry out the principles upon
which the government was funded.
Hons. W. N. Armstrong, W. 0.
Smith and Hatch followed in tho
same strain and tho audience dis
persed. Tho funeral services over the re
mains of Mon8ikur Henri Leon
Vkrleye, tho lato Consul and
Commissioner for tho French Re
public, will bo held at the Roman
Catholic Cathedral, on Friday af
ternoon, the 3l6t instant, at 3
o'clock, after which tho body will
bo conveyed to tho Roman Catho
lic cemetery on King street.
Friends and acquaintances of the
deceased and the public generally
are invited to attend.
HOMESTEAD FOB SAIE.
ACOTTAQK AND LOT i."
tot nale. Inquirn nt IjJnA' t.
t he Arlington Jlurber Shop fKfi?L'
ED. C. HOWE,
House, Sign mid
Ornamoutnl . .
. . PAINTER . .
Paper Hanger and Decorator.
Howe's Liquid Platliiff.
C20 King Street.
T7UKNITURE CONTAINED IN A
J. Oottago nt Falnran. Cottngo may
bo rented. Also, a Hay Saddle Mnre.
Innuirn nt 'Riir.T.nTTv nfflnn Ann tj.,
Street, ' io.tf
May W, IS!)'),
If the business in any one
1 lino was controlled by one in
dividual, wlint would bo the
result? If there was a demand
1 for his wines he would bo
, richer than Crcesus at the end
I of a year and yon would have
I to pay through the noso for
, what you bought of him. In
tho United States competition
has brought the prico of neces
1 sities down to a stage whero
1 people- may have thorn and not
1 be loohed upon as extravagant.
If you will look around among
our stock you will find that it
, is made up largely or articles
I for whieh you have every day
I use. We have luxuries as woll,
; but, to-day wo tell you of
things needful about the house.
1 Arvnt-n ,itni)i frti. tticifnnAnl
There's been n Bcarcity in CofTeo Biggins
In town, but wo liavo n stock of them
That will interest everyone.
We get our goods in agate
ware from La Lance and Gros
jean, the makers, and they have
the reputation of making tho
best goods in their particular
Hues in tho United States. We
can get "seconds" from them,
but tho first quality is the best
because tho enamel will not
Water coolers, handsomely pniuted out-
Ami enamel lined inside,
Small ones for n family or large
Ones for a foundry.
Japanned ware includes cake
tins, trays, crumb pans, cuspi
dors and lots of other things.
The prettiest and probably tho
most useful article in the lot is
a toilet stand, very neat as to
decorations and complete as to
detail in tho matter of articles
that go with them.
The one tbat will fltriko your fancy
Has a water tank tbnt will
Hold Btiulcieut wator for tbo day.
The price of these articles is
not in proportion to the value
of the goods. You get more
for your money than you are
used to, but then competition
has fixed that in tho United
btates we buy cheap and fol
low the same rule insolling,
you understand the Golden
Itetinuod Gluo Pot nnd Slop Bowls
Are a now thing with us:
Bright and protty, like a silver dollar.
And you can got them at a
price that will amaze you.
You should have oue .of thoso
because they aro useful and
This is a fish-eating com
munity becauso the fish are
fresh and of an exquisite flavor.
All people do not know how
to cook them so as to get tho
With ono'of our Agate Stenmora you
Can stenm or boil your fish
And not lose the flavor.
These fish kettles vary in
size from tho mullet to the
ulna, and tho price goes ac-
uuiuiu lu unu size.
Farmers' Boilers are not
used in every household, but
there is scarcely a plantation
on tho islands but what re
quires one; thoy are not to be
found in every store in tho
city, but wo havo a few of
them to accommodate the peo
ple who want thorn.
Among other useful articles
lot us call your at'ention to
agato and tin basting spoons,
tea and coffee caddies, egg
poachers, chopping bowls, dish
pans, dairy pans and wooden
What is bettor with j our chop
In tho morning thnu n few
Snrntogo Chips? You can get them
By usiiig 0110 of thoso slicors.
Our stock is complete in do
tail nothing old or shop-worn.
THE PACIFIC HARDWARE Co.
' rp PffcOVED
to me that good goods and low
prices arc still .appreciated in Ho
nolulu. T therefore iutend to giv
my customers find the public in
general another opportunity. 1
beg to call attention to the special
bargains in our line of
Jfool Goods, Cashmere, Flannelettes & Flannels.
ale will commence MONDAY, April 22d.
J ait a mlnnto. Wo want yon to know about tho famous
BOYOE P ABIDES!? TLtTJSTXJVLlSlXrrP.
Tho many favorable testi
monials received from Horse
men both in the United States,
and in Europe concerning
Boyco Tablots, encourago us,
in preparing for the coming
season, to make every effort to
bring Boyce Tablets to the no
tico of everyone who is inter
ested in horses. A few of these
testimonials will suffice to
show tho reputation Boyco
Tablets have obtained for
themselves throughout tho
To Horsemen who have not
yet used Boyce Tablets, we
would say that these tablets
represent tho solid ingredients
of a most valuable Liquid Lini
ment prepared by combining
the medicinal agents, recog
nized by the Veterinary Medi
cal Profession to bo the most
effective in reducing fever,
strengthening stimulating and
imparting elasticity to the mus
cles and tendons; in purifying
healing, and softenino the skin;
and in keeping the hair bright
It will readily be seen that
this liniment in dry form has
the following advantages over
any other liniments.
1. Its great economy.
2. It requires much less
space to carry it.
8. It is much lighter in
4. It is free from danger of
leaking, breaking, freezing or
5. Its ready solubility in
either warm or cold wator en
ables the Horseman to prepare
his liniment in any quantity
and of strength in a few mo
In addition to the ingredi
ents most popularly consider
ed by Horsemen as valuable
constituents of Veterinary Lin
iment, we may say that, a
Boyce Tablet contains more
Genuine Witch Hazel than is in
a quart of tho liquid extract;
rem sam by HOBRON DRUG CO.,
WHOLESALE AQENTTS FOR HAWAIIAN ISLANDS.
Tie Hawaiian Hotel Billiard Booms
Havo been entirely refitted nnd tiro
uiulor tlio jnanngcineut of . . . .
Tho position of tho Tables have been
changed bo ns to nllow nmplo room for
ELECTRIC LIGHT CHANDELIERS
Hnvo been placed over each table.
Cushions on tho Tables havo been thor
C5T Enter your name for tho tourna
ment which takes place after JUNE 11th.
Eucalyptus, or Extract of tho
fever' tree of South Ameri
ca, and Sal-Lister, whoso
valuable properties as an Anti
septic, Anizymotic and Prophy
lactic, aro accented and ack
nowledged by all medical prac
titioners, also form a part of
Tehue Haute, Ind.,
April 27, 1890.
lioyce Tablet Co.:
Gentlemen : After a fair
and impartial trial of your
Tablets, as a body and leg
wash, would say I think them
tho best in the market. They
are very convenient to carry,
and when dissolved, produce
tho desired effect.
W. P. MAL0NEY.
Nov. 18, 1889.
Boyce Tablet Co.:
Dear Sirs: I like your Leg
and Body "Wash very much.
It produces the desired results,
besides boing a great conveni
ence. Yours truly,
New York City.
I have given the Boyco Tab
lots a trial and find it the best
thing for fevered legs, inflamed
tendons and sprained ankles I
havo ever used.
Supt. of Frank Work's stable,
157 V. 56th St.
Terre Haute, Ind.,
Feb. 14, 1891.
Boyce Tablet Co.:
1 have used your Tablets as
a Body and Leg Wash for the
past two seasons on "Bessi
mor" 2:134, "Erwin" 2:249,
"Harrison" 2:26, "LaurabeV'
2:279 and all the horses trained
at Edgewood Farm, and find
them the best made.
W. F. O'HALLARON
Estimates Given on
Brick, Stone & Wooden Buildings
Jobbing Promptly Attended to.
73 Kinjy Street, Redward'a Old Stand.
B. L BHAW, Proprietor.
Cor. King and Nauana Btrwt, Honolulu
Oholoe Liquors and Fine Beer.
BELL TKLTCI'HOHK 19L
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