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EVENING BULLETIN, JUNE 15, 1895.
5 Evepii Bulletin,
laMirtl ctcrj Aflpriinim Uxcrpt Hnliclfxy,
fnim (toll KIiir Street.
J. T. STACKER, EDITOR.
SATURDAY, JUNE 15, 1895.
Tlio subscribers of tho Indepen
dent will bo served with tho con
solidated paper on Monday after
noon. From nnd after July 1st
the subscription price of tho Evkn
ing BtTi,LKTi will bo 75 cents per
Tho Independent "has went."
With the isstio this morning tho
files of that paper closed; and it
has been grafted on to tho Evuni.no
Bum.kti.v and on Monday this
paper, with Daniel Logan as editor,
will blossom out brighter and bet
tor than over. The owners of each
paper believed that the interests of
the people, and themselves, would
bo better served by a consolidation,
with Mr. Logan in tho editorial
chair. Tho future of tho now paper
is bright and tho manager hope
fully anticipates an increased pat
ronage in the subscription as
well as the advertising depart
ments. That tho paper will be
newsy, with Mr. Logan as editor,
there can be no doubt; that its
editorials will bo crisp and up to
dato is equally as certain. He has
had long years of experience in
Honolulu journalism and knows
what tho people want and how it
should bo put before them; tho re
tiring editor admits that ho is lack
ing in these essential qualifications
and gracefully yields to Mr. Logan
knowing that tho Evkni.no Bulle
tin and the subscribers will bo
benefitted by tho change. It is
hoped that Tho Time will bo im
proved by its editor devoting all of
his energies to that journal.
Observer in the last issue of tho
Independent complains that tho
haolo Sunday School children no
longer join tho natives in their an
nual Sunday School picnic. Now
is this really tho case or is it that
natives refuse to affiliate to any
great extent with tho members of
the Sunday School attached to tho
Contral Union Church. We know
positively that Rev. Mr. Bimio is
doing all that man can do to bring
into his Sunday School all nativo,
as well an white, children who do
not now atted. When objections
were made to tho move on tho score
of lack of accomodations Mr. Bimio
wisely advised tho opening of tho
church from pulpit to gallery in
order that there might bo amplo
room for all that would bo brought
in. Observer is evidently of a
cantankerous nature and ono who
allows his desire to have a conflict,
between the church and state, get
tho better of his judgment.
' Tho man who wants band con
certs at the Pali is facaetous and
no doubt makes the remark be
cause of tho suggestion that con
certs at Palama are contemplated.
Wo realize full woll that tho peo
plo at Waikiki can seo no uso in
having concerts at either Thomas
or Emma Square much less Pala
ma while Makeo Island offers such
attractions onco tho place is reach
ed by the people avIio enjoy music.
If the gentleman fioin tho Pali dis
trict will build up his locality with
pcoplo who support tho band
through taxation, his request will
bo complied with. Palama is quite
thiokly settled and tho residents
thcro aio quite as much entitled to
a portion of tho musician's time as
those of any other section of the city.
Wo realize full well that they can
visit any of tho squares and have
their souls filled with tho strains
of Mendelssohn or Braham or they
can stay at homo and listen to tho
blissful melody of "Sweet Marie"
or "Dennis was a Spieler" as
brought out on tho accordian, but
so long as a park is in contempla
tion in tho locality of tho Palama
itc,s there is no good reason why
their neighborhood should not oc
casionally reound with notes of
the bazoo and tho piccolo as ren
dered l3 tho government musicians.
TIIK CIRCUIT COUItT.
A Suit for Damages Against tho
In the case of F. W. McChesnoy
is assignee in bankruptcy of C. L.
Brito vs. Antonio J. Lopez the de
fendants bill of exceptions to the
verdict and ruling of tho Court has
been filed, together with a stipula
tion that tho timo within which a
transcript of tho evidence must bo
filed may bo extended fivo days.
A bill of exceptions has also been
filed on behalf of the defendant'
in tho asc of James R. Holt vs.
George Lycurgus et al., together
with plaintiff's exceptions thereto.
Judge Cooper heard argument
this morning on a plea to the juris
diction in tho action of Pablo Ar
timc for damages against tho Ha
waiian Government and sustained
the plea. Paul Neumann for plain
tiff ; and A. G. M. Robertson for the
Some time ago I was taken sick
witli a cramp in the stomach, fol
lowed by diarrhoea. I took a cou
ple of doses of Chamberlain's Colic,
Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy
and was immediately relieved. I
consider it the best medicino in tho
market for all such complaints. I
have sold the remedy to others and
overy one who uses it speaks highly
of it. J. W. Stuickler, Valley
Center, Cal. For sale by all deal
ers. Benson, Smith & Co., Agents
for tho Hawaiian Islands.
The Evening Bulletin is the best
medium for advertising.
H. A. A. C.
June 15, 1805,
AT 230 P. 31. SHARP, at
Inoluding CarrinRCs, Hordes, Etc.
4th of July Notice
I AM REQUESTED TO INVITE
1 Citizens of tho United Stntea in the
Hawaiian Islands nnd all others so dis
posed to meet nt tho ArlinRton Hotel
NEXT SATURDAY, ct 7:30 o'clock r. m.,
to consult as to tho celebration of tho 4th
of July. ALBERT S. WILLTS,
25-2t E. E. nud M. P. U. S. A.
3i I-Clner Street.
G. J. AVallei!, - - - MANAQnit.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
Pacific Trading Co.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
2QG IFort Street.
id of Hie Bay.
June 7, 1895.
"If there is no necessity for
the presence of two war vessels
at Honolulu proceed with tho
Philadelphia to San Fran
cisco." So writes Secretary
Herbort to Admiral Beardsloy.
If there is any necessity for
two ships of war the man on
tho outside fails to seo it; tho
peoplo hero are as quiet as tho
inmates of a deaf and dumb
asylum and will probably con
tinue so. This is tho season
why peoplo dovoto their time
to devising ways aud means to
make their homes pretty and
attractive. A trellis hero aud
a basket of ferns over there do
, much toward making tho home
inviting but they are wasted
I if tho homo is not in good con
dition regarding paint.
There s an advantage in us
ing ready-mixed paints provid
ed they are of tho right mate
rials. Some makers get their
profit by mixing up barytes,
costing ono cent a pound, and
selling it to their customers as
pure lead or zinc. Is it neces
sary for us to guarantee to you
that Hall's Cottage Paint coil:
tains no barytes, nothing but
lead, pure zinc and tho best
quality of linseed oil. There's
a great deal in tho mixing of
paints; if by hand it will not
be as well done as if it is mix
ed by machinery. Ours are
made by tho most modern
methods of manufacture and
are especially adapted to stand
the salt atmosphere of the
Hall's Cottage Paint is as
good a spreader as any you
ever tried, we don't say it's
the best because that would be
putting it on too thick. It's as
good because a gallon will cover
three hundred square feet,
two coats, and that is all any
ready-mixed paint will do. We
claim the quality is better than
any other because it is free
from whiting or berytes. Test
it if you wish and see how
near correct our assertions
We have twenty-four shades,
for inside or outside use, an ele
gant variety forming beautiful
combinations. We hell them
in ono pound tins, half-gallons
Wo are making a speciality
also of Floor and Dock Paints,
six shades. They dry in ono
night and are just what you
vrant for your verandas. Any
size container you wish.
EST Send for a sample card.
E. O. Hall Son,
Fort & King Streets.
Look Out for the Best!
And when found make n note on.
Wo have a placo now Wiero wo can
show our Furniture to advantage, we
can put it in a ponition whero you will
see just what it will appear in your
homo. If you will look in at our win
dows in tho AVamno Block, Fort nnd
Beretania Streets, you will see what wo
BEDROOM, PARLOR and
LIBRARY SUITS ....
nnd all kinds of Furniture ready for
your inspection and delivery to jour
THE CITY FURNITURE STORE
And I'mlrrtaklug Kstnblliluni'nt,
Cor. Fort and Boretania Sts.,
C-3ia H. H. Williams, Manager.
Free from Datifcr of Explosion !
Free from Un2lea.snnt Odors !
In using ono of these stoves you have no long waits for
tho food to cook. Three Minutes after water is drawn from
tho tap it is boiling, when ono of these stoves aro used.
The expenso is trifling, as forty-five drops of gasoline a
minuto will give all tho heat necessary.
EST Call at the Salesroom and seo them in operation.
O. V. STURDEVANT,
Just a mlnnta. Wo want you io know about tho f.imou
BOYOE TABIjEIT XiHSTjCIMCEiKrT.
Tho many favorable testi
monials received from Horse
men both in tho United States,
and in Europe concerning
Boyce Tablets, encourage us,
in prepariug for the coming
season, to make every effort to
bring Boyce Tablots to the no
tice of everyone who is inter
ested in horses. A few of these
testimonials will suffice to
show the reputation Boyce
Tablots have obtained for
themselves throughout the
To Horsemen who havo 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
tho medicinal agents, recog
nized by the Veterinary Medi
cal Profession to bo tho most
effective in reducing fever,
strengthening stimulating and
imparting elasticity to the mus
cles and tendons; in purifying
healing, aud softening the skin;
and in keeping the hair bright
It will readily be seon 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.
3. It is much lighter in
4. It is freo 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 few mo
In addition to tho ingredi
ents most popularly consider
ed by Horsemen as valuable
constituents of Veterinary Lin
iment, wo may say that, a
Boyce Tablet contains more
Genuine Witch Hazel than is in
a quart of tho liquid extract;
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Per Day 8 2.00
Per Week ' 12.00
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If you want a stovo
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Eucalyptus, or Extract of tho
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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 the market. They
are very convenient to carry,
and when dissolved, produce
the desired pffect.
W. P. MALONEY.
Nov. 18, 1889.
Boyce Tablet Co.:
Dear Sirs: I like your Leg
and Body Wash very much.
It produces the desired results,
besides being a great conveni
ence. Yours truly,
New York Cjty.
I have given the Boyco Tab
lets a trial and find it the best
thing for fevered logs, inflamed
tendons and sprained ankles I
have ever used.
Supt. of Frank Work's stable,
157 W. 56th St.
Terre Haute, Ind.,
Feb. 14, 1891.
Boyce Tablet Co.:
I have used your Tablets as
a Body and Leg Wash for the
past two seasons on "Bessi
mor" 2:l3i, "Erwin" 2:242,
"Harrison" 2:26, "Laurabor
2:27 and all tho.horses trained
atEdgewood Farm, and find
them tho best made.
G. E. SMITHIES
Accountant, Collector & Copyist,
Ofllco with O. D. Chaao, Safe Deposit
Buildiug, 100 Fort Street. Tele
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