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EVENING BULLETIN, JUNK 27, 1895.
Willi u-hlrli 1 Iiicorpornu-il tlio"In.
DANIEL LOGAN, Editor.
THUJiSDAY. - -JUNE 27,1895.
SMASH THAT DRUM.
31 Eueiji Bulletin,
and thon it will lake tho united
There is ngeneril howl of indig- vifjilwuoo of nil of them to cir-
nalion ut tho disturbance oronted 1 cumvont tho wily Chinese when
about the utroets at half past iivo bjs jninc ls bont on yetting into
o'clock ovory morning by tho Jiftwaii-iu"i.
inarching out of troops with a tin '
pot fife mid drum band. This is ' OBSERVATIONS.
an hour nt which many peoplo
. aro golting thoir most rufrt slung j It is slM tlmt no womnM jn n0
j. slumber of tho night, and there ' noiuiu Ciu keep a Bocret and only
aro but few whoso avocations re- ' a f,!W ,noilt nono 0f whom aro in
quiro them to nso uotoro six
o'clock. In the case of people
in poor health, nnd latoly there
baa been n groat deal of sicknoss,
the noise is an ontrago. Tho
stability of the ropublic suroly ( iecturor for tho public schools on
doos not depend upon drilling tho j Richardson's anti-narcotic doc
qarrison in this species of Chinese trinos jn tne Honolulu faculty,
tactics. To disturb tho peaceful 1
inhubitantd iinnocossiirily cannot
bo useful in the maintenance of
peace. Lt tho comm uider-in-chiof
call ofl'tho timbrels and tom
toms if ho desires tho pooplo to
remain loyal. Thero will he a
frightful insurrection ono of these Tom, Dick and Harry a few min
Oays HRiinst this oppression of utos uftor tho doors aro ouon, if
the q'lict-loving public ear.
CHINESE IMMIGRATION, j it is probablo that the Senate
I will chango tho appropriation for
Ai-oording to tho Colloctor-Gen-' a steel bridge over the Nuuanu
oral's report for 1801, tho oxcoss 1 stroam, making it for a bridge of
of arrivals of Chinese over dopart- native stono. This would bo a
ures was but 180, although ho good inovo, as it would givo em
states it was 101. In his passon- ! ploy mont to homo labor, and a woll
ger statistics he reports arrivals: built stone bridge would last for
males l.G(J, fomulo? 138, child-1 ages.
xon 50, a total of 1151: and
departures: males lOlo, fomales
71, childron 170, a total of 1205.
This makes tho oxcoss 180. Per
haps if tho Colloctor Goneral's
statistics wore criticized by an ox
port, mmy discrepancies of a
similar nature would bo discov
ered. A ltirgo amount of inonoy
is handled in tho Ch-nese
immigration business, and it
13 important to tho public that
tho rocjuls be kopt with strict
correctness. Horo is a table of
the receipts of tho Government
from this source last year:
PasuporU nt $1 ench departure
Arrival-, purmita $I ....
Stamps uu say (iOO bonds
Pergonal tax h each dcpartnru
Cliuiheu departing 1 each.
Custom Iloiihu certificates to depart
ing nix months' residents nt $1
e.iuh . . ....
Jlathor n handoino revonuo
for this ueoplo to pay on
2710 of then, mid yet thir
nuiubrs increased by only 180
A largo m:iu of money is paid into
tho Custom House fir ceitificates
ti dopart.ng iiumi who liavo 10
s did hero six months, in leos for
tho cauoiill t on of thoir bonds as
required by t'uo law. No state- j
inent U in.ido by tho Collector- English and Coloni.il dispatohos
General of tlrs amount, but it is by tho Sydney mail indicate that
fair to presume that it is included I tho Faoifio c.ible question is
under tho head of "foos." As it j warming up. Tho Loudon Times
is n realization to tho Government ' urges tho Premier to assent to
on which there is no check, fur- tho proposals of tho Ottawa con
thor than tint of the receivor's l ferencu, saying thut tho Colonies
couscier.ee, would it not bu well
that tho Collictor-iGoneral koop a
aeparalo account of this receipt?
Then a chock c uld be had on it
through tho Chinose Uureau. oxpoiiditu.ro of .$500,000 a year on
Tho Collector-General's Bug- j Fucific stoamers and cable, which
gestion t gather the whole shoot-! would bo amply repaid by im
ing mntch of tio Chinosn Bureau proved communication, and would
under his wing is not wise. Mr. strengthen tho attachment of tho
Castle is a man of unsullied in- Colonies and develop British in
tegrity, and would excoriate any iluouco in tho Pacific. On tho
of his doputios whm he found' othor hand, some of the Australian
crooked. Yot he ought to look I Colonies aro hesitating nbotit
boyonil tho present, rcmomboring
that ho may not be follovfod by
one as strictly honorablo na ho is,
and ho should bo tho last ono to
Btiggost removing a systom of
checks. On tho contrary, lot
tho systom be extended. Tho
Custom IIouso, tho Consulate at
Hongkong nnd tho Chinese
Dtvrea'i should bo set ono against
tho othor in ovory possiblo man- '
nor. Lot oacli watch the othor
the prosont legislature
Fivo doctors at tho Board of
Hoalth mooting all smoked cigars.
It would bo difficult to got a
Now that Miuistor Castle has
been confirmed let us hopo there
will bo an end to tho secret
session humbug. Tho votes and
proceedings of those star-chamber
caucuses n'ro alwavs known to
A morning contemporary says
that dress suits and evening
dresses will bo in order at tho
Marqunrdt's concorts. Wo woro
always undor tho imjirossion that
whon a man paid hie dollar for a
seat he did not enter into a con
1 tract to wear u dress suit. White
suits aro much more comfortable
iu this climate, aud those who
woar them arc quito as rospoctablo
as some of thoso who aim to set the
fashions here, if not more so,
"While tho Senate is awaiting
the action of tho Houso on tho
la-id and other bills what is the
matter with investigating tho
enormous amounts paid out
through the Attorney-General's
and other dopartmonts for ex
penses incidental to the suppres
sion of tho late uprising ? This
would be paitieulirly appropriate
now that a bill is boforo both
Hoiisos asking for an additional
6um of $10,000 for tho Attorney
Goneral's department. i
j have already taken thoir part in
. welding tho Empire, aud Colo-
mill tnxpayers are bearing thoir
burdens, it mires an lmnorial
giving thoir assent to a proposal
from Fromior Turnor of Victoria
that tho Agonts General should
ho instructed to urge tho Pacific
cablo question on tho Imperial
authorities. Thoro is no doubt,
however, that tho mattor of a
British cable has decidedly pro
grossed within a year past. What
concerns us hero most 1
s w bother
any cablo that will includo Ha
waii in its route is within men
surable distanco of consummation.
AT 3:30 F. M.
Admission. 25 Cts.
Y. M. C. A. Hall.
Frank 1j. Hooos.
Tho ntniingcmont talso ploasuro iu nn
nounoiug tha iippennuico of tho eminent
TWO CONCERTS WILL
FKTDAY NIGHT, - - - ,1 UNE '28
SATURDAY NIGHT. - JUNE 20.
Itosorvcd felt silo now in progress or
Hobron Drill Coiiipaiiy'n btoro.
JleMWi eil Seal One Hollar Kaeli.
P. O. Uox 321.
128 & 130 FONT STREET.
Blacksmithin in All Its Branches.
Orders from tho other Islauds in Build
ing, Triniininj,', l'mutinj,', etc., etc.,
Promptly attended to.
W. IV. WUItiHT, Proprietor.
(Hiicccssor to G. West)
flS.CAKE ANDKE CRSAM !
II. P. Ki.vnuu, for m ywirs foremnn nt
SwainV bakery. Sutler Htreet. Kan Frnn-
ciueo, lin taken uj) Inn headquarters with
Mi:h. Kati: Sinii:ii, Kino Stiiki:t,
will bate huporior
PIES aid. CEES
fur family use.
31 incu 1Mc.hu. Specialty!
-. Delicious Ice C real 11 !
IMnilo from jiure cream anil from pnro
fruitH will bo Hitpplioil to fiimilios or for
balls partii nnd leceptioiiH.
CSTOulorou IVlephouo 872 will ro
coivu promjit atkntion.
t"" Duhcioua l'ien will bo on nalo at
II. J. NulloV lieavur Saloon. 181m
Wm. G. Irwin & Co.
Wm, G.Irwin, - President and Manager
Glaus Hiireckols. - - - Vii'.Pnicli,iit
W. M. Gill'aid, - Secretary nnd Treasurer
Theo. C. Porter, Auditor
AUKNTH 01' T1IK
OCEANIC 'STEAMSHIP COMPANY
OF BAN FRANOISCO. OAL.
lime 26. 189.
In ro the soft, warm light of !
tli. .IrHtM'mr.mnm the Il2aw
"l" fmnriUa i-nnwruilnrol
floated and tilled the place as I
with a ior of Mowers.
Beneath the crystal cliand- J
elier, which shone in the mel
low light as a suspended rain
bow in an atmosphere of gold,
stood a fair, pale girl, erect,
Shrinking away into the
shadows was the object of it.
It was a young man in a red
waistcoat, with other things to
He had told her of his love
for her; of his devotion to her;
of his worship, of the dear de
sire of his heart to make her
his own, and in the midst of it
she stopped him suddenly.
" Enough," she exclaimed.
" Enough! 1 will not listen to
" Hear me out," he pleaded.
" Hear me out."
"Never," she laughed, scorn
fully, "but I wilf take great
pleasure in seeing you out,"
and the shadows closed around
that shrinking youth like the
deadly arms oi the octopus. ,
Slow V and Sad V he mount-
pd lik wIippI nnd rndp fnrth I
ea nii wneu inu roue lurui .
into ine coiti, coia wona oi ims
city. In spite of our Paradise-of-the-Pacific
climate it had
been a cold day for him and he
could not get rid of a crushed-strawberry-and-ice-cream
ing in the region of his heart
which would not away.
Riissing the Hawaiian Hard
ware Company's store the
brilliant scintillations from the
electric globes on the Alonarch
bicycle "in their window at
tracted his attention and like
an electric flash the thought
entered his mind, "I wonder if
sne is mad because l never
asked her to take a bicycle
ride with me. I'll do it if it
takes my last dollar." With
out a second's hesitation he
walked into the store and
ordered a Aonarch ladies'
wheel sent to her house, first
tying his card to it.
That same evening he re
ceived a polite note asking
him to call again. He went
and two minutes sufficed to
make him the happiest man in
Honolulu, the cause of the
whole trouble being that the
young lady suspected him of
taking other gins our oicycie
riding and was jealous ac
cordingly. There will-be an
other wedding in Honolulu in
a few weeks.
While we are on the subject
of girls and wheels we will
state .that we are prepared to
furnish bicycles enough, for
every engaged gin in Hono
lulu or even lor every gin who
wants to be engaged.
Ladies and misses are cor
dially invited to call at the
store and examine the Alonarch
wheels, for which we are sole
agents for the Hawaiian Isl
ands. The Hawaiian Hardware Co. Ltd.
Upixmtte Hjirookels' Block,
Q(W IKRT fcTrW.IBJTC.
IT IS AN OLD SAYING
'Flint "whole t irie it in kcthoio tntiKt
bo Fire," iiiul that tir, ml ninoko to
gotlitr often cnie plo-iiiiim. . . .
THIS HAS' FITTED TO HE
Ami 111 the proof 'f thu pml'MiiK it in thu
eating, I most mspectfnlly invite yo i to cml
iiiul inspect tho
m:v inori:sv ;aoi.im: viovi:
nbsolutoly free fro'' iiiiphmwiiit orioro, uiul
can lio operated by u child. This Stovo
will roilnco ico colli water to boiling hent in
The cxpoiiflo is hiiiiiII. In fact it docs not
cost ono half ns nuioh to mu tho NEW
l'KUCKSS ns 11 wood, coal or uny other
kind of storo.
Waring Block, Berctanla St. 27-tf.
Lool( Out for the Best!
And when found mnko n noto on.
Wo lmvo n lnco 110W wllpro wo nin
liov our Furniture to advantage, wo
C,U1 ,mt il ,in n.,K)ait,iS'11 wliero 'm wil1
beo imt wh;it it wiU n,,,)Cftr , yotlr
home. If you will look in at our win
dows in the Waiuno UnooK, Fort and
Ueretania Streets, you will bco what wo
BEDROOM, PARLOR ani.
LIBRARY SUITS ....
aud all kinds of Furniture ready for
your inspection mid delivery to jour
Ami ITiiilf'i'tnkliiR lNtnlillHlimcnt,
Cor. Fort and Rorctania Sts.,
C-flm II. II. Williams, Manager.
FOR SALE OR LEASE
Yielding a safe Income. Addrecs
W. F. 0'
KtitimateB Given on
Brick, Stone I Woollen Buildings
Jobbing Promptly Attended to.
337 King Street.
Central tat VIaret
Lovo'b Building, Xuiinun Sit.
A FIltST CLASS Market in ovory
Onleru duliveiul Liomiitlr to nil parts of
gj&- Telephone l&l.
Home Industry !
Ask your Grocer for
Pure Hawaiian Honey
PUT UP 11V
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