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EVENING BULLETIN, JUNE 5, 1895.
S Euei)iF Bulletin,
Imd itti'i) Aflrninmi tixn-pt Siimlnj'i
from (lull Klui; Mrcc'l.
J, T. STACKER, EDITOR.
"WEDNESDAY, JUNE fi, 1805.
15y tlio death of Secretary Grc.
luun, .Mr. Clovoluml in deprived of
his strongest stipportor. In the
administration of afl'airs of nlato
nndor a policy, which to .say the
least is peculiar, Mr. Greahani has
been of great asMHtanco to tho pre
sident and no man will mine him
moro than he.
Honolulu, like every other placo
on tho globe, has its Silurians, and
the worst are those who put the
brake on tho whcoN of progress and
public improvements. It is a Si
lurian who has tlnib far prevented
tho roadway from the ear lino to
the bridge ncna John Ena's resi
dence at Waikiki being widened.
As tho terms of tho family com
pact arc inviolable, there is nothing
to prevent tho ladies who will adopt
bloomers as a style of dress from
applying for positions under the
Why not create tho position of
Xord High Admiral of tho Navy of
Hawaii and give tho ladies a chance?
Our sisters, cousins, and aunts
should be provided for.
Tho Japanese, in making a treaty
with Hawaii, wcro just progressive
and far-seeing enough to insist up
on the insertion of tho " most favor
ed nation" clauso as well as to
have an agreement, implied or
othorwise, that tho prcforonco would
bo given Japan in tho matter of
supplying laborers. During the
time .Mr. Fujii represented Japan
in this country, ho insisted upon
the government carrying out the
terms of tho treaty in so far as the
Yoting franchise was concerned. Ho
claimed, on behalf of his govorn-
nient, that tho most favored nation
clauso carried with it tho same
right of franchise enjoyed by other
aliens. This was a thorn in the
Jlesh of tho monarchy and Mr.
Fujii made it doubly annoying to
tlio Provisional Government. His
.meetings with tho government were
always pleasant enough, but the
delays and excuses for not carry
ing out tho terms of the treaty were
so frequent and annoying that the
Japanese representative intimated
his intention to abrogate the labor
treaty unless tho subjects of his
government were accorded the same
rights as thoso held by other aliens.
To regulate this was a task for the
frarners of the constitution, but it
" was done and to tho satisfaction of
Japan. Mr. Fujii proved himself
an able diplomat and his sorvices
wcro recognized by his government.
Having arranged tho franchise to
his satisfaction tho matter of
Chinese immigration had Mr.
Fujii's attention. If tlio report
that 5000 Chinese aro to arrivo
liero boforo tho close of tho year is
true, it does not appear that tho
labor part of the agicemout is being
faithfully carried out. Mr. Fujii
expressed himself to his friends as
being quito imlopemlont of Hawaii,
and that treaties could ho mado
with other governments quito as
bonelieial, if not moro so, to tho
Japanese who wish to took fortunes
in other clinics. Hut tho treaty lius
not boon abrogated, and tho depar
ture of W. N. Armstrong for Japan
is an indication that it will not ho.
And his mission is but an endorse
ment of tlio opinion that tho sugar
industry must ho maintained oven
ni tlio imoriflco of uimoxatioii.
Tho United States gun hoat Uen
nington was signalled off Diamond
Head at 0:30 this morning. She
left Hare Island -1 p. m. on tho
The Uennington is a gun boat j dividual, what would bo tho
built of steel and is of 1750 tons , result? If there was a demand
displacement. She develops a ' for his waie.s ho would be
speed of seventeen knots with her I richer than Cro'Slis at the end
8100 horse power engines. She , of " 3'Our and you would have
has sixsix-ineh breech nZouWl SS t
guns, two s.x-pounders, two three- fcl(J jjj Sla7es com,)etjtj0
pounders, two Hotchkiss revolving ; m8 brought the price of nccos
caunon, two gatling machine guns; , jgitios down to a stage where
1G1 blue jackets, 18 marines, 19 , people may have them and not
olllcorn. Tlio following is a list of ' bo looked upon as extravagant,
od'.cers: If you will look around amoiu
Commander -C. M. Thomas. 0UI' stock you will find that if
Lieutenants A. . Snevcrs. ' mildo up largely of articles
I. Elliott II T Mayo C I' Eaton
Ensigns-il.'j. Zlcaemeior 'c. u!
Surgeon C. T. Hibbett.
I. A. I'aymaste J. S. Phillips.
Chief Engineer J. K. Harlow.
1'. A. Engineer W. II. Allder
Tay Clerk -I). M. Addison.
A Itcniitikablo Cnro lor Jtliou
miillmn. Wi:stmi.N8TEU, Cal., March 21,
1804. Some time ago, on awaken
ing ono morning, 1 found that I
had rheumatism in my knee so
badly Hint as I remarked to
my wife, it would bo impossible
for me to attend to business
that day. Itemcmbering that
I had some of Chamberlain's Pain
Halm in my store I sent for a bot
tle, and rubbed the afilictcd narts
thoroughly with it, according to'
directions, and within an hour I
was completely rclioved. Ono appli
cation had done the business. It
is the best liniment on the market,
and I sell it under a positive guar
antee. It. T. Haiihis. For sale by
all dealers. Benson, Smith & Co.,
agents for tho Hawaiian Islands.
Pacific Trading Co.
WHOLESALE AND KETAIL
206 IFort Stroot.
FIE, CAKE AKB ICE CREAM !
II. 1'. Hikukii, for six years forumnu fit
Swiiin'n bnkory, Suttor street, Sim Frnn
cisco, lirm tiikon up his Uendquurtern with
Muh. Kate Sinoeii, Kino SmKirr,
will bulfo miporior
PIES asisi CAKES
for family use.
Milieu Pies a Specialty t
Delicious leu Cream !
Mudo from pure cream and from puro
fruits will be supplied to families or for
bulls parties and receptions.
C2T Order on Telophouo 872 will re
ceive prompt attention.
iSi" Delicious Pies will lw on sale at
II. J . Nolto's Weaver Saloon. 18-1 m
ED. C. ROWB,
IIouso, Sifrn and
Ornamental . ,
. . PAINTER . .
Paper Hanger and Decorator.
Jlowe'H Liquid Slathif,
020 Kiwr Street.
6. 1. BHAW, I'roprlttor
Our. Ring nd Nuuami Strrtl, Himnlnm
Oholoo Liquors and Fine Bear
BBUi TBMtl'UONK 9U
i' (Jottiwo nt
CONTAINED IN A
I'alnmii. Cottnuu nuiv
aim, ii jiiiy nudum Diiiro,
hvhumu Olllco, tm King
niJUINO MY AUSENCJE VHOftl'mii
Jfiiwiiiinn IhIiiiiiIb, Mr. W;)i Wn
I'oy will mil for liiu in nil innllurM by full
pownr of ntvirnuy. JiKV UMm,
Diitod Honolulu, Juno J, 895, J55t
.1 2'J, imr,.
If tho business in any one
lino was controlled by one in
'or which jou have every day
' ,se Wo ,,lavc Il,xl,li,e,s ils "el'
iiiit m.iriir it'i in tmi it
Vui f-Mj v v j'
; things needful about the house.
I Agato ware for instance!
i . . .
TJioro's been n uriirc ly in Coflee lliimim
in town, Kill wo iinvo n mock or Uicm
'i'luit will interest everyone.
Wo got our goods in agate
ware from La Lance and Gros
joan, mn hers, and they have
Ihe reputation of making the
best goods in their particular
lines in the United States. We
can get "seconds" from them,
but tho fii'nt quality is the best
because the enamel will not
Water coolera, liuiidiioinch imlnk'il out
side Ami eiinmi'l lined itiHide,
Kiniill oncrt for a family or In rye
Oiicti for ii foundry.
Japanned ware includes cake The many favorable testi
tins, trays, crumb pans, cuspi-' monials received from Howe
dors and lots of other things, men both in the L'nitcd State-,
The prettiest and probably tlio and in Kurope concerning
most useful article in the lot is Hoyce Tablets, encourage m,
a toilet stand, very neat as to . in preparing for the wining
decorations and complete as to - season. Ut make every effort to
detail in the matter of articles J bring JJoyce Tablets to the no
that go with them. i tice of everyone who is inter-
The ono Hint will atriko your fiucy
linn n water tank Hint will
Hold mifllcient water for the 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 the United
States wo buy cheap and fol
low tho same rule in'sclling,
you understand the Golden
Itetiuued OJne Pot mid Stop Howl
Aro n now tbinu with tin:
Iiriifht mid pretty, Jiltc h Mirer dollar.
And you can get them at a
price that will amaze yon.
You should have one of tneso
because they are useful and
This is a fish-eating com
munity because tho fish aro
fresh and of an exquisite flavor.
All people do not know how
to cook them so as to get the
With ono of our Auto Steamer yon
Can steam or Ixiil your (lull
And not low tho ifavor.
These fish kettles vary in
size from tho mullet to the
ulna,' and tho price goes ac
cording to tho size.
Farmers' Boilers are not
used in every household, but
there is scarcely a plantation
on tho islands but what re
quires one; they aro not to be
found iu every store in the
city, but we huvo a few of
them to accomiiiodafo the peo
ple who want thorn.
Among other nM articles
lot us call your atention to
agate and tin banting spoons,
tea and coJI'eo caddies, egg
poachers, chopping bowls, dish
pans, dairy pans and wooden
What U huUur with our elwp
III tlio inoriiiiif limn n few
Kiuubmo Chip? Yit n) ot them
JJy usiiiK ono of tborfo Mkura.
Our stock is complete In de
tailnothing old or shopworn,
THE PACIFIC MRDOT, ft
Frrv jrom JJntfrr of Jistf onion I
Vrrr from tlnjihuiMini t OiIovm
,M ,,Mn one of t,,C5C fetovc
liiu iuuu w wtn. invtY.r, tiijtv j y.r Hii.r viiior IS drawn from
ij,e tap it is boiling, when one of these stoves are ucd
i I llf evneilfif' in i rUlitur. uu fnrtv.ttvn Irnna nt ..i:.
i.,i t rrti t iwti ''.... 11
'J lie expense is tnling, as
. .. . ' "'
niiiinte will give all the heat
tSf" Call at the Haleioom
C. V. STUBDEVANT,
WnrlitK HlotU, ... tUrntmilu Htn;-t.
Jiut miuuU, V nunt you to Unow uhout tha fumou
23O"2T033 Z7 A232J3307 Xji'XJXrX.'XJLZU.TX'X.
ested in horses, A few of these
testimonials will suffice to
show the reputation JJoyce
Tablets have obtained for
themselves throughout the
To I forsemen who have not
yet used JJojce Tablet, we
would say that these tablet
represent the nolid Uujwlknln
oj a moxt valuable fjijiiiil lAni
went prepared by combining
the medicinal agentw, recog
nized by the Veterinary Medi
cal Profession to be the most
effective in rcduriny fner,
Htrenijtlu'iiiiti Htliiiulaihitj ami
impuHimj I'liiHfiritij to It'ir mun
dim anil I endow; in purify in'
liealiuij, mid xofkninu the nkin;
and in heepituj Hie jfmir briijlit
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,
I It is much lighter in
4. It is free from 'lander of
leaking, breaking, freezing or
J. Its ready solubility in
either warm or cold water en
ables the Horseman to prepare
his liniment in any quantity
and of strength in a. few mo
In addition Jo the ingredi
ents most popularly consider
ed by Horsemen as valuable
constituents of Veterinary M-.
iment, we may nay that, a,
llnijir Tahiti contains more
fJi'iiuiii' Wilrli llazil than jsin
a quart of the liquid extraH;
FOR SAhF, BY
A I'AWhY Iff WW
rpf JCjrcye, -
Par )ny . .
The JJ of MUmmw. Did m H)n
If yon want a stove
that will cook well
and economically got a
'ou ,,avc n0 ,0" Kails for
...'. ..&. .....i.u s t
' --v w, biiw)mi(!
and ee thorn in opera! ion.
hiiriihjptiin, or Hxtract of the
fever tree of South Ameri
ca, and Hal-Fjkkr, whoe
valuable properties as an Ani
xcplk, Anizymofir and I'ropfn
fartir, are accepted and ack
nowledged by all medical prac
titioners, also form a part of
TKBBK IfAfTK, I tin.,
April 27, 181)0.
Iloure Tabid Co.:
(iy.vri.vMKv: After a fair
and impartial trial of your
Tablet?, sm a, body and leg
wash, would say I think them
the best in the market. They
urovcry convenient to carry,
and when dissolved, produce
the desired effect.
W, V. MAIJN'EY.
Nov. 18, J8S0,
Itouir Tabid Co.:
JJkab Sibm I like yoir Leg
and limly Wash very rnuch.
It produces the desired results,
besides being a great conveni
ence. Yours truly.
Xkw Yobjc ClTV,
I have given the Uoyce Tab
let a trial and find it the best
thing for fevered legs, inflamed
tendons and sprained ankles I
have ever used.
Supt, of Frank Work's stable,
107 VV, OfJth St,
TfSKBK HaITK, UlU
Feb, If, 181)1.
W Tobkt Co.:
l have uxed your Tablets as
a Hody and Ieg Wash for the
past two Keasous on "Hessi
mor" 2;J3fr. "Frwin" 2:2R
"Harrison" 2:2fi, " Laurabel"
2;27; and all the horses trained
atKdgowood I'tirm, and find
i mm the bet made,
HOBRON DRUG CO.,
WIWWWAM5 MHWm Vim NAVVAtAK HbAKM.
O, V,, SMITHIES,
ItoMliW, m PwtHlml, 'w
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