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EVENING BULLETIN, JUNE 8, 1895.
51? Evei)ir;$ Bulletin
3miril cicry Aftcrn i Excrpt Sunilnjr,
ftom GOO Klnc .Street.
J. T. STACKER, EDITOR.
SATURDAY. JUNE 8, 1S95.
A correspondent who evidently
enjoys the music by the Hawaiian
band makes a righteous kick against
the dimly lighted band stand in
Thomas Square. The surroundings
being so beautiful the necessity for
moro light has probably escaped
the various officials who have direct
ed tho affairs- of government since
tho organization of the band. There
Bcems to bo no reason why tho
light should not be furnished. As
to the reference to hoodlums, the
complaint is general wherever music
is given in public places. It creates
a desire among the younger clo
inent to sing, dance, and enjoy
themselves generally, but it should
not be permitted to tho annoyanco
of coplo who attend the concerts
to listen to tho music.
If the Lehua, which was charter
ed at a certain sum per week, had
been tied up at the dock from the
time of the signing of tho contract
rnitil now, tho people would howl
about it quite as much as they do
about tho frequent and mysterious
It was somnthing of a farce to
charter the vessel instead of arrang
ing to buy or build ono that would
anBwer tho purpose Speed is what
is needed, and it does not seem to
be obtainable in tho Lehua. If the
icport tnnt tho steamer is to be re
turned to her ownors when tho con
tract is at an end is true, the next
atcp for the government to tako will
bo to negotiate for a steamer that
will have a speed of at least twelve
knots an hour. Tho failuro of tho
Lehua to catch an opium-smuggling
craft'is not an indication that there,
are nono sailing in tho waters.
Tho Independent is wrong aguin.
Judge Widemann is not tho person
referred to as keeping tho people
from having a wider road from tho
tramcars to old Waikiki-kai road.
The Bulletin is not awaro thnt
"Mr. Ena has asked the public to
build the road and we don't bolievo
he has. His name was mentioned
in an article on the subject simply
becauso, to the editor, it was the
easiest way of fixing the locality.
To widen the road prop6rly would
icqniro probably ten feet of land
and the same quantity of fish pond.
As wc understand it, Judge 'Wido
mann was willing to donate a por
tion of his land, but tho owner of
tho fish pond declined to do so
without amplo compensation from
the government. This latter bit of
information was obtained by the
editor of this paper from tho owner
of the pond. ,
If tho editor of tho Independent
has ever had occasion.to go to Waikiki-kai
over tho road mentioned,
he has no doubt felt that a wider
one would bo safer and-better.
It is not a fact-'tlia broad road
would bonefit " only a few people."
You might jubt as well say that
the building of roads through sec
tions where there are no residences
at all would benefit no ono. There
aro quito a number of residents on
the lower i- .d -"! " v 'a io say
that each has visitors tho visitors
aro known in the newspapers as
" tho general public."
Wo -presume the government
would bo willing to purchase ten or
fifteen feet offish pond if tho treaB-,
xiry was fat enough to stand it, as
it is not tho owner might show a
littlopublic-spiritedness and donato
it. It would not injure the value
of his property an iota, on tho con
trary it would enhance its value.
Tho Biim.ktin did not have the
property-holders in Waikiki-kai in
mind when the article referred to
wa printed, nearly so much as the
Nniiu Sunday School Children
Miijoy si Fou.st.
Several hundred children from
the different native Sunday schools
marched from Kaumakapili church
to the ICnwuiahno ground" at noon
to-day, headed by the Hawaiian
On arriving at tho grounds tho
children found long lines of tables
on which were spicad an abundance
of Hawaiian delicacies, watermelons
and soda water which soon disap
peared under the healthy appetites
Tho Hawaiian band discoursed
sweet munic during the luau, and
all had a good time.
Chief Justice Judd and others
interested in Hawaiian mission
work were present.
The Cathcart Case.
After hearing the testimony in
the case of R. W. Cathcart, charged
with using threatening language
and threatening to shoot one Ellen
Poaha, the Court ordorcd the de
fendant to give a bond in tho sum
of $100 to ki'cp the peace towards
the complaining witness for six
months and to bo committed to
prison until he give such bond.
Having used Chamberlain's
Cough Remedy in my family and
found it to bo a first-class article, I
take pleasure in recommending it
to my friends. J. V. Foster, West
port, Cal. For sale by all dealers.
Benson, Smith & Co., Agents for
By Lewis tl. Levey.
AT AUCTION, s
I urn instructed by MXp.AiE HENRI
VEHLEYB, to soil by Public Auction,
at hor llcsidenco, on Berotanin street,
nenr Punchbowl sticoi,
On THUKSOAY, Juno 1:5th,
AT 10 O'OLOOK A. M.,
Tho Whole of hor Household Furniture
(nearly all of which was rondo in nnd im
ported from ParU), constating in part na
PoRLOR SET Genre Anita,
Chinoso Parlor Bet, inlaid with Moihor-of-Poarl
and Hnndsomoly Carved; Ele
gant Chinese Whatnots, Centre Tublos,
Decorated Sutsuma Wave,
Ornnmonts nnd Plnquos, nud Jnpnncso
Enjjrnved Ornaments, Vases nnd Wnro
in largo variety, Fine Bronzo Vases, Sta
tuary nnd Cnndloabra,
Elogantly Carved Oak Dining Sets,
Consisting of Chairs, Sideboard, Desso
voir and Extension Table, nil mndo in
Paris; Upright Piano, Chandeliers,
Lamps, Ico Chost, Glnsawaro, Plated
Ware and Crookory,
Solid Silver Tea and Coffoe Service,
Knives, Forks, Carvers, Etc., Etc., Ilnnd
painted Japanoso nud Chiueso Diunor
and Tea Seta, nnd n very lino nnd rare
SUVJtliS THA SET,
Wheolor & Wilson Sowing Machino,
Wines, Chnmpngno, Cognacs, Liquors
Etc., Etc. Also, Good Family
Carriage Horsoand Harness
2 New Sets of Harness, 2 Australian Rid
ing Saddles, neurly now: nud n
If' This is n good opportunity of pro
curing rnro nnd nluubloni tides of Vortu
E3T Houso opon for inspection on
Monday, Tuesday nnd Wednesday, from
1(1 a, u. to 4 l'. m., previous to day of snlo.
ZiSWZS J. LEVEY,
,V HORSE, BRAKE AND HARNESS
A for 8100. Apply at thia Ollice.
Advehtisino Aoekot, CI nnd 05 Mer
chant's Exchaugo, San Frnncisco, Gali
fornin. whoro contracts for advertising
cau bo made for it.
May 29, 1895.
If tho business in any ouo
lino was controlled by ono in
dividual, what would bo tho
result? If there was a demand
for his waies he would bo
richor than Croesus at tho ond
of a year and you would liavo
to pay through tho nose for
what you bought of him. In
tho United States competition
has brought tho price of neces
sities down to a stage whoro
people may have thorn and not
bo looked upon as extravagant.
If you will look around among
our stock you will find that it
is made up largely of articles
for which you have every day
use. Wo hiivo luxuries as well,
but, to-day wo tell you ' of
things needful about the houso.
Agato waro for instance!
Thoro'a been n scarcity in Coffoo Biggins
In town, but no have n stock of them
That will interest everyone.
tir i i . . i -
vo get our goous in agate i
ware from La Lance and Gros- j
jean, the makers, and they have
tho reputation of making tho
best goods in their particular
lines in tho United States. Wo
can got "seconds" from thorn,
but tho first quality is tho best
because tho enamel will not
Water coolers, hnndsomoly paiutcd out-
Aud enamel lined inaide,
Small onea for n family or largo
Ones for a foundry.
m Japanned waro includes cake
tins, trays, crumb pans, cuspi
dors and lots of other things.
The prettiest and probably the
most useful article in tho 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 ono that will strike your fanoy
Haw n water tank that will
Hold sufficient water for tho day.
The prico of these articles is
not in proportion to the value
of tho 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 abseiling,
you understand the Golden
Returned Gluo Pots nnd Slop Bowla
Aro n new tliinir witli no?
Bright nnd protty, like u silver dollar.
And you can get them at a
price that will amaze you.
You should have ono of these
becauso they aro useful and
This is a fish-eating com
munity because the fish are
fresh and of an oxquisite flavor.
All pcoplo do not know how
to cook them so as to got tho
With ono of our Agato Steamers you
Can stonm or boil your fish
And not loao tho flavor.
These fish kettles vary in
sizo from tho mullet to tho
ulua, and tho prico goes ac
cording to tho size.
Farmors' Boilers aro not
used in every household, but
there is scarcely a plantation
on tho islands but what re
quires ono; they sire not to bo
found in every store in the
city, but wo have a few of
them to accommodate tho peo
ple who want thorn.
Among other useful articles
lot us call your at'ontion to
agato and tin basting spoons,
tea and coffee caddies, egg
poachers, chopping bowls, dish
pans, dairy pans and wooden
What ia better with your chop
In tho morning thnu n few
Hnrntogo Chips? You can get them
By using ono of theao alicers.
Our stock is complete in do
tail nothing old or shop-worn.
THE PACIFIC HARDWARE Ct
Free from. Danger of Xfaitloslon I
Free from Unpleasant Odors !
In using ono of those stoves you have no long waits for
tho food to cook. Terek Minutes after water is drawn from
the tap it is boiling, when ono of these stoves aro used.
Tho exponse is trifling, as forty-five drops of gasoline a
minute will give all the heat necessary.
tST Call at tho Salesroom and see thorn in operation.
0. V. STURDEVANT,
Jurtn minute. We want yon
Tho many favorable testi
monials received from Horse
men both in the United States,
aud in Europe concerning
Boyce Tablets, encourage us,
in preparing for- the coming
season, to make every effort to
bring Boyce Tablets to the no
tice of everyone who is inter
ested in horses. A few of these
testimonials will suffice to
show the reputation Boyce
Tablets have obtained for
themselves throughout the
To Horsemen who have not
yot used Boyce Tablets, wo
would say that these tablets
represent the solid ingredients
of a most valuable Liquid Lini
ment prepared by combining
tho medicinal agents, recog
nized by the Veterinary Medi
cal Profession to be the most
effective in reducing fever,
strengthening stimulating and
imparting elasticity to the mus
cles and tendons; in purifying
healing, aud softening the shin;
and in keeping the hair bright
It will readily be seen that
this liniment in dry form has
tho following advantages over
any other liniments.
1. Its great economy.
2. It requires much less
space to carry it.
3. 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 water en
ables tho Horseman to prepare
his liniment in any quantity
and of strength in a tow mo
In addition to the ingredi
ents most popularly consider
ed by Horsemen as valuable
constituents of Veterinary Lin
iment, wo may say that, a
Boyce Tablet contaius more
Genuine Witch Hazel than is in
a quart of tho liquid extract;
FOIt SALE BY
A FAMILY HOTEL.
. . 12.00
(Special &sxvttil3r Uatool
Tho Uest of Attondanco, tho Best Situa
tion nnd tho Finest Meals in this City.
If you want a stove
that will cook well
and economically get a
to know about tho f.-.nion
Eucalyptus, or Extract of the
fever tree of South Ameri
ca, and Sal-Lister, whose
valuable properties as an Anti
septic, Anizymotic and Prophy
lactic, aro accepted and ack
nowledged by all medical prac
titioners, also form a part of
Terre Haute, Ind.,
April 27, 1890.
Boyce Tablet Co.:
Gentlemen : After a fair
and impartial trial of your
Tablets, a3 a body and leg
wash, would say I think them
the best in tho market. They
aro very convenient to carry,
and when dissolved, produce
the desired effect.
W. P. MALONEY.
Nov. 18, 1SS9.
Boyce Tablet Co.:
Dear Sirs: 1 like your Leg
and Body Wash very much.
It produces tho desired results,
besides behi" a great conveni
ence. Yours truly.
New York City.
I have given the Boyce Tab
lets a trial and find it the best
thing for fevered legs, inflamed
tendons aud sprained ankles I
have over used.
Supt. of Frank Work's stable,
157 W. 56th St.
Terre Haute, Ind.,
Feb. 14, 1891.
Boyce Tablet Co.:
1 havo used your Tablets as
a Body and Leg Wash for tho
past two seasons on "Bessi
mor" 2:181, "Erwin" 2:249,
"Harrison" 2:2G, "Laurabel"
2:275 and all tho horse.? trained
at Edgewood Farm, and find
them tho best made.
HOBRON DRUG CO.,
WHOLESALE AGEtfTTS FOR HAWAIIAN ISLANDS.
G. E. SMITHIES
Accountant, Collector & Copyist,
Offlco with O. D. Chnso, Safo Doposit
Building, 400 Fort Street. Tolo-
CSTTlie collection o Government Bills n