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Tixivr DH'AIITMINT, III III M )( ) I
I noil it, II I .UctolKT lltli, IHIKi,
on and .rn:it .tmlu it, lvm, '
linportan, lu making cnlrj at I bo Cimtoiii
Hoiw, will ikwIIUpIj iilentify eneli onne
irltli it content. Aniilo timi U lir iil
ovwnI (or notification of tlii ncroKsit to nil
-ore1jn pounlgiiorn, nml (mime to comply
Iter tlic rtatt nluo niuueil will inevltnlil
satMO Increased ileliy nml cuirnso befoie
Wlwrj of the gooiN l'rotu nml nfttr the
tamp 1 te, tho reduction of ron"ln enr
rvncleii in Cnitoum eutrii'H will be nxmuud
j the Cttntoini.
.US. It. CASTLE,
Collector-Ovm ml of CiiMouih.
Mmmli r of l'limnr 12.1 .It
Tenders for Making Uniforms for
the National Guard of Hawaii.
Oeloln-r 11th, lhl
Senlid tendert. will lw riceied lij tho
luiUritiRncd until 2 ei'elocl. noon of WED
NESD.U, OctoUr 10, lb'1.1, for inippijiiiB
tho Niitiotml Otiiml of Ilnvwui vltliono
liuudrtdnud lilt (more orient) lllncriauiiel
IlloitMs, nml one hundred unci lilt (tuoie
or It ss) White Uncle l'nnts
lilousex to lo ell boc1 with silk tin end
Tin ninterlnl lor nil garment to he well
slirunV, rut nnd mndo to mensnre, to tho
ntiro hntisfnction of the uiiMrxlgnod.
C riautitl duck, triimuiiiKs and lmttern an
5or Miinplen ttt Heiulqu irters.
Ttndtrs to he marked "lllda for Cloth
leg" nnd addressed to Cnptnin W (!
hlej , Qunrtiniiustir, llemlimnrters Nr
Ciounl Ciimrd of Iluwiui
Tho uuiHroigutd eerves tho light to
wtjut nuj or all bids.
W. G ASIIIXY,
QiinitemmMcr lnt liegiinent, Nn.
tlunal Guard of Hunan.
F I IUthi,
Miulitel of Foreign Allaire. I'iVSt
JlMliJCAUTlU' III.ST iUDIMI NT, .N - j
TiiiNti Groin of II n. .
IIONoimtr, It II, OetoKr 10th, IVCi )
(.'l.M1tI. OltlllltS M. 1.1.
Xiich Company Coiniuandir will leport
iu writing to Iteginitutal Hindquarters, on
lha luoituug aftir drill, the nnims of cnih
7nemliur of his eoinpaiiy absent from drill,
and tho tensons assigned, if un , for ttucli
Hj eoinuinnd of
(OLONKL Mi LEAN.
J W. Putt,
Ca)taiu nud Adjutant. I'J.i -t
Regulations of the Board of Health.
OmiioiTiii lloMinor IIkaitii,
HnMiiuiu, H. I., OcTniiHtll, ISO."!.
The tnkiug rf hh, hhell lish or nuj nro
lutt of the sea or water of any noud,
itruun, clock, inlet, bay or harbor, or upon
the u to a dixtiiuio of two miles from tho
ohore, httuicu Diamond I lead nnd Aliuii
Point, in tho District of Konn, IhIiiikI of
Onhu, and from the mountains to tl.c sea,
it, strii tl prohibited
The salo of !ish nnd of nil products of tho
tten is prohibited m tho District of Honolulu,
excepting at the New Market lluilding,
hue scale liuli, clams and lobsters from
the waters outside of tho uboe limits inn)
Te eXMsed for wile iindci tho supirvisiou of
Inspectors appointed b) the llouid of
Ousters fiom l'mrl Haibor mij he sold
5hewheio uiiilir special lernilt
buch lnsjiectors shall hao tho power to
.w , eoiidcmu aud.destroj nuj fish or pro
duct of the sea cx o-.ed for h tie, oi biought
to tho maiket, which tluj shiill lnno reason
to lelue was taken from the locality pio
blbitedby thc-olUgiilatioiis, or whiili shall
appear to b unlit for food.
Tho Itcgiilitlon of tho Hoard of Health
.-e'a'mg to the taking and sale of lish in tho
iud Dihtnct of Konn, dated Septombor
rd, IS'f, lshiRhj rescinded.
11 onlir of tho Hoard of Health
WILLI IM O hMITH,
121-21 Piesidtnt lloaid of Health.
5 Euei)if) Bulletit),
Klltli li It'll In im iiriioralett
DANIEL LOGAN. Editor.
OCT. 11, 18!)o
Onco thoio was a Stnr, which
?beciuno so proud of its linllinney
ttihat it insisted upon coming out
Tho assistant genotal suponn
"tondont of tho moements
of heavenly bodies called the
sStnr's attention to the fuel that
such nn cinitic couiso was out o
i on! it.
"Thoio is a BtiLLirm issued lo
Hint ofi'ocl, which 1 tlnnk yon had
I boiler load," said tlm A. G. S.
"Alt," said tho bMligoiont orb,
"but oborvo tho ndmiration
which I nin tho recipient of, ns I
whool tlnough space 1 run Miry
swift nnd when 1 puss through
tho stroets of the city, hundreds
of chihhen shout out my niimo."
"Ye, I soo, Imt you hud best
modointo j our spiort a tnllo; it is
not always well to bo too speedy,
nml you louve a voiy wido margin
of unfillod spico which it would
bo ndisiblo to fill up As for
wlualx, 1 fear thoy Imvo guttrn
into your hind. 1 lopoit: roul
tho Bulletin, which is nlwuy
well posted nnd iu pluiu view, and
lifter you have oi'Uiiiutti-d its con
tents to motnory, you will hao
ncquirt'd much vnlttib'o inforiim
tion." Morn! Cnndlo nmuufiicturors
sxnetiuics mistake u bum 1 an torn
f t n Stnr i f destiu'.
THANKS FOR THE WORD.
A rilAUD EXPOSED.
An alleged newspaper hero
called the Ironing Bulletin, tho
wreck and roiiruus of a publica
tion that w. s once fairly success
ful, has been singing in n quite
loud tono latoly. It prates of its
now suites and brags of its opinion.
Much might be s.tid of the piper,
but Tho Stir takes it tho public
doos not cuv. Tho purpose of
thoso linos is to oxposo tho Even
ing Bulletin as a fraud and woise.
Tlio evidence is at this ollico and
win ue suown readily to any
owner, agent, editor or repoitor
of tho Evening Bulletin or to
any other person interested. Thoy
aio inviltd to call. Tho exhibit
constbts of marked copies of the
Evening Bulletin of Thuisday,
October 10th, nud of The Staii
of Wednesday. October l)th. In
tho Evening Bulletin of Thurs
day, the 10th, aro no less than
JiJIeen locil itomsoullod, condens
ed or changed fmrn Ihe SiAit
of Wednesday the !)th tho even
ing before. "Wo protost against
this laiceny and falho pretonco.
Tins c.ibo is but one of a seiios. It
is a plain, direct conviction, as
tho statements and invitation
Our contompoiuiy tho Star
contains the foregoing freo adver
tisement of tho Bulletin, fur
which it doseivs our grateful rec
ognition. Wo know that wo were
giving much moio nows and ori
ginal mattor than tho Star, but
uhvlt thought worth while to
ostitnato tho excess until tho
nrticlo abovo quoted appeared in
that piper. Eiguiing on the
contents of the issues of the two
papeis on tho 9th instant yields
tho following result:
On that dato tho Star contained
olevon columns of rouding matter,
all told. Ono is editorial; five
are "boiler plate," which costs
about twenty-five conts por col
umn; fivoofxoriospondonco, nows
items and comment. The total
uutnbor of nows itotns is forty
sovon. Tho Bulletin of tho suno
day had ninoty-ono local items;
two columns of editorial, fivo of
nows aitclos; two of correspon
dence, three of couit nows, ono of
local stones uul two taken from
"Tho gallod jade winces" and
in iho Star's caso sooms t vvinco
protty b idly.
Tho recent loigo inoronso in the
Hullejin's subscription list pro
bably accounts for tho bid nttnek
of sploon from which tho Stir is
Opposition is the lifo of trade,
and eortainly thtio is jilonty of
it in tho bicyclo business about
now to ploabo tho im st fastidious.
EVENING BULLETIN, OCTOBER 1-1, 189C.
For tho nonoo only much spneo
is giveu up today to dealing with
tho ussnult mndo on this pipor by
its noonday contompoiary. Shouul
that paper chooso to continue tho
controversy, it will bo answciod
in a manner short and swool. The
Bulletin will go on its way, giv
ing tho public ficsh fict and con
sistent opinions. It will glonu
whatever items it choos fiom
its exchanges, whilo continuing
to givo tho moxt inipoituit news a
diy ahead of tho Stnr.
It is just about fix weoks until
Unittd Status Thiinksgmng Day.
That ought to bo sufliciont time
for President Dnlo to mako up
his mind about showing clemency
to tho loinaining iiolitical prison
oi Since sovoiul of tho piime
leaders in tho revolt aro enjoying
liborly, there is not a shadow of
roison for continuum anv fino
i u " .
(tistinciions to tho piojuuico oj
tuose still in nil
!. Ima n iii f oiw..,. ii,
breadth of his mental gauge. To'Cf ,l0,11 "n,1tl,"t 'V ,s tho oul'
, ,, , . isafetvnf Mie liepublic.
mako two or threo bitos of a - ,., .,r, ji, , ism
cherry by loaving somo paidons Tho Star says iigmi today Don't
ovor to Uliristmns nnd the Pourth
of Julv would be nicavnnish
der the circumstances. ,
r. r., .. , ...
o i nn. wirsu bluws,
In succoeding parallel columns '
is presontod an oxhibit of tho
kind of consistency that is mini- '
fosted in tho conduct of the Star,
Such a comnlote. roveraal nf m.in.
,u Witt,,-., .. i;m i :
ons winiiu a nuio moro tiinu mx
months has snroly never boon
m.iMu uy any oilier p.ipor
nil,ilt, VV'ttn.i fl.n TJtit ..,. 1 1
WA...I. M 1UU VIIU JJC'I.I J.l 11 iriUtl
tj allay tho fover of excitement
incident to the January uprising,
,i.,i. ,, . i. , " i niu lino uuigH govoiumoni ncg-, , ',; I ; " """ i inuuy. u WC Were to print
which threatened to pioduc3 ox- looted to do in 1887, and nga.n in of P-nlty? The natives , you J div0) VJ Z"uR s
owes that would bo lamonted by 1880, must not be repeated In ow hold ns felons havo received ' fn ,r thpl ,L Pn ntnaslW
the would-bo authors and 18M. A republican govorn.nont ,l wholosomo losson. Those inoi.. ' ' " n J',,, n?l-N 1 u be ,5
their children to tho second ,s in conUo1' to Mo to voi- hgntened than tho rank nnd file ,uple 111 Oakland that would
iminrntinii flm m- i.nt i
ginorntion, tho Star charaotorU"d
tlns paper ..s "tho only lobol or-
gan now boing published," and
uy sundry innuoudoos attomptod1
to diiect tho provalcnt disposition
inwnl rinioni oit :....i ....
I),..,,,,. .. i .,,, , .
" .". iiuwuu iiu.iiu.se 1110
ijui.i.i.i.ix. xn --tlio Utufllv
parallel following roaders will
murk how completely its olomon-
cy articles of August and boptem-
ber condemn its doininds for
,,,,, . T .7, ,
blood in Januaiy. Ihey will ob-
sorvo how its fears in January,
that tinio might ho.il tho
wounds of a certain vveok.
havo been realized in its own
..,.o0 i i i ,
eagerness to bo a healor of the
buuiu wuuuus in August, it es-1
teemed a goneial slaughtoi of
political prisoners in Jnuuiryum
a light piece of buinos, but in
a,,,., ,uf (.; i :..i ... , ,
as a "desneiato oTn,l,f f ....
roign of militaiy law." The Star'
was appiohonsivo that if tho lives
of tho political piisonois woro
spared .sympathy would bung pub-,
lie sentiment down tho scale fiom !
1 . . . v u v w. mo
. ,. . .
demanding thoir shooting to bo-1
iiiK 3IH1BI10U wiui inuir "broakingl
stonos on tho leof." It has itself i
stonos on tho leof." It has itself i
outrun its own prediction by ask
ing that tho prison dois bo open
ed to tho sumo captives. If thoy
woro not shot iii Januaiy, 1895,
theio would bo another lovolution
in 1897 If in August they nro
not soon to be relcahod Ironi ftn-
thor punishment, tho Star will go
into sack-oloth and nshos for
giief at tho hardhoaitednoss of the
Govornmont. All its opinions at
eithor iuncturo amount to is this:
It thought tho military nnd civil
ian supporters of tho Government
wore going to insist on nummary
executions in January; thoiefmo
it advocated blood-letting without
delay as tho only provontivo of hi
onnial levolution. In duo time it
hocamo awaio that tho Govern
ment had docided upon clomoncy;
forthwith it advocated morcv in
full moasuro ns tho host restori-
tive of harmony and tho host
presoivative of poaco. This all
lominds ono of the wise mm.
saying, "As the boll clinlath, so
tho fool thinkoth."
iook ov uiin I'Hrmtr,
JfamnlOH Vnr, hn s, V),
Tho business at hand horo is
doaling with a rovolution. Theio
is only ono snfe ami correct waj
to linudlo such a thing. It miit
be disposal of in slioit order. To
do tliM lcquiies that tho lobels
be hunted down and killed oi
captured. Tho leadois ostuci'illv
desoivo death Tho fact that
dynamite was found iu nn aban
doned hostile camp today Bhould
ndd nails to tho ctiilins of tli He
engaged in any way in tho instir
lectton. But don t delay. Con
sider well. But consider quietly
and act with promptness.
Jt would bo about
take out nnd shoo
inon -iriostod since nimtiiu law
was declined. Nowloin and Wil
cox should bo put to death within
uii hour after they aie taken. Tho
vviiter has hctiid at least fifty
oight mon now under nrms siy
they would foisako tho cause nn'
loss v morons action is taken. Tho
Kim. iu f ti,. ....;..,.. ii... n...
Government will tako the caso iu
, mind iiH it sliouul bo maiinuod
p.,..,;. ., Z:Z7: . ' ''iy " tho othor iiawa urns
oC,rrsinUTlTonshSirbLil,9L"s -11 bo at liberty
un-'1 b) some business. To shoot
so.no of tho rebels moans much
moro than merely punishing thorn.
ltmoiins an end to tho bionniiil
revolution in Hawaii
Hawaiian Mar, Jan 11, ls;r,.
j1:t ;n-0m: Escape.
The revolution is not oiidod it
has just begun. The skirmishes,
tin-hard fighting nnd the completo
i outing of' tho lobols at the hands
of tho 'oyil l'otcos is but a foro
,. ..r ...., i. t
4iunui ill ute-1119 LIlllC UIG HI liUIHL'.
Tho killing or capturing of
a dozen or fifty mon in battle doos
tiuf nlir,na .muI. fltr. n..:.ln
"W .......ju VAIIDII l,,U niJIIilS .
in iuciun who inn nuu auet ,
such uniisinir. What
..r ..,...iA ...i. ... l ..i , i '
il.. I.i. IT . '
throw it is troasou; n ovi ry c vi -1
iVr,i ,mrn-nmnilf ' i, ... f
tho globe tho crime has but one
.V1. -. .UU4V Wll HIV lllll JL
. . .
Neithor tho heads of tho Gov-
ommont nor tho supporter
ornmont nor tho supporters of thai
S OI I O HOV-
i i.i. i.i...i i . .. nn
aeiiuiiiiu uro uiuuu oiiijLriy. J.noy
. .. ..l !.:.. . mi. ".
nro bittlmg fir cv"lizition and
ftoodom. In buttle of this sort
loss l,f llto is esontiaI.
rPl n ". ,,
Iho Govoruniont hns tho iovo-
lt,on well in hand. The uprising
is eupprosed. The Star
believts that the hoads of tho Gov-
l'rn,nont lni"w thoir business.
i'r'y nn0.t "e11i!,otue8S, to
public sontimont aud tho wishes
f thoir supporters. And thoy
must know what the pooplo
iyi"g nnd thinking,
HauauaH star, Jan u, isos
Iolys aro dangerous.
Lot no cruiltv man osciino.
.".""Bl't bo bettor to deport tho
iimo is a gieat hoalei. Some
wounds have been indicted this
vvoik that should not bo permitted
We will likoly havo moro trvintr
times than over noxt weok. Of
....,. .111,11 u,ui I1UAI vruft, vi
course, tho Govoinmont has um-
l,R eviuonco against nearly every
ono tno priflonors. As a nntui il
roquouco thein will ho some exe
cutions. To older thorn nnd to
bo that thoy occur quietly will
roquno notion of tho bort that ac
companies what is culled back
bone. Is tho backbone all right ?
Too Stni holiovosthat it is. There
nro plenty of mon to holp btieimth
eu it if nocohsaiy.
Hawaiian .Stai , Jan 11, IS'H
In tho tiial the defense will
fight for time. It will b ittlo des
perately for ovory minute. This
explains why: Now nearly every
body wants tho lobol leadeis
takon out and shot to death. In
a few days somo will bo saying
they should bo hanged. Their
imprisonment for life oi deporta
tion will bo suggested. After that
it will bo "bioaking stone on tho
roof." Next, "Oh, they havo had
a sovore lcssion and will behave
hcieafter." And then in 1897 wo
will havo another revolution.
Havatlanlilai, Jan 17, 1831
TllO Slllr IH linf lllnrwl luinn,,.
Tho people it speaks for are nt
bulchois. A fiosh stait is
boing mndo To get undoi way
on the light track, somo distaste
ful stops must bo taken. If wo
after, wo invito anothoi dyna
mito and inuider conspiracy.
ami o. mis.
llairallan SMi ..( IS, Vfl
rhtli the Military
It would bo bottor if a lot of
poop'o got down to business in
stead of standing around and
paving tho way fot lynch law.
That will come spontnnoously if
roul I v iequir"d. In the nicaulimi)
the law is holding to its coins"
Ill rnliiiii Vnr, liy 12, I '."
Thcio will not bo a single voice
of piotost ngninst tlio extonsion
'if cloinoncy to Gieig md Iiai
shall, the young political cllondors
nou in tho Qiioon'is llospitil.
Tho only criticism that cm bo
ir ili 11 !ih lo """" '" '"" promises is uiai mo
!t a fowof tho!(:,'01,,1mf,nl-'!"8' ns "'!. Btolo"
r... mmlinl I..U- tt"l OM tbo people. It 18
now in order to tako up othor
ens s w ithout much dolny. A
sir uig pica has been made on bo
lialf of Cail Widomann and
it should not bo disregarded.
W II. Kiokard and C. T.
Qulick both look to be wiockid
physically. John P. Howlor'j
iuonds aro oxortiiiLr themselves to
tho utmost for him. Mnior Sow
a rd has influential petitioners for
hisl.beity in the United States
us well as in Hawaii. Wilcox
may not bo quito cured yot, but
be a graceful aud politic act to
transler hi uioKii an fiom tin
j an iiiinini . ii. vviiiini
transler hiliuoKiilaui fiom tho
Executive Building to Washing-
Awjutt 13, 1895.
Tho star is a b,t surprised and
very much gratified ovor tho ro
caption of its viows nn nnirlnn f
politic il prisoners. There can bo
no question but what tho groat
bulk of tho noonlo aro follv in
accord with tho nantr. Fuither
or Kr01l0r l'u''shniont cannot b
1 indicted upon tho ollbndoi'
-.... .. . ..
l, iitiiK i.iif'ii m run iiri ir. n ,.
. . ," .' "' '
1,.c-v of continuing for any longth
OI tinio vet tlin nnlnv nf n,(li,f ,.,
' """-"1 uns army hum
had a most bittor exnoiionco
.t..i...t- i...; ..... .i t
u,.c una ims mpiosseu a lasting
momoiy. As for the foiiuer qui on
now living quietly under uatd in
tho Executive Building, sh'. would
. . ...... ..,b, .,.,. iiuuiu
i irtiii in
llve Jl,st ."8 quiutly hack in Wash-
JiJii.uii 1 iiiui. iiiir nifi iioiiim.
- . ..--.w.
Jlavallmi S,i,, In j 15, Is'j
It is safe to assume that tho
Government will nt an oarly day
oegin oxeiciso oi tlio paidonnv
power nnd pract.o.llv thiow opon
tho prison doo J far as fTio
poisons involved in the Junuai
upiising aro concerned. Even
mum uiuuf mis nuo suouiu no
unueiiiiKon and carried out. Tho
reference is to tho trrent mainritv
of tho oxilos. Thoie is no good
roason oithor in fair play or in
law why theso men, w ho are not
folons, should lougor suffer a bm
lshmont that was a dtspeiato
expedient of tho reign of
military law and suspension of
tho light of writ of haboascoipus.
Hamillan .Viir, Am. Ill, 1S'J3.
By oponing tho pri
son doors tho Govornmont will
abolish tho only tangible and
reasonable causo for local hosti
lity, and will gain tho cordial ap
pioval of tho civilized vvoild.
hesido and beyond that it will
he motiug out justico.
Jlaieailan Star, .lty 2S, 1805
Evoiy friond of Hawaii abiond
has advised that tho Januaiy af
fair bo wound up expeditiously
nnd to tho advantage oi tho Be
public by tho liboinl oxoioiso of
cloinoncy to the political pnson
ers. Tho two local arguments
against theso aro expressions ot
four and tho putting torth
of the opinion that tho of
fondeis have not boen fiuffi
oiently disciplined. In tho latttu
inemises thoio mi' bo giounds of
discussion, but wo fail to discern
them.' Tho first contontion is un
woithy and despicnblo. Thoio
aro ofton oncounterod mon so
constituted that they mo alwnvs
mtiiacing to peace and law and
Older. But tho average political
piisonervvho can ciuse a loiiublio
to tiemblo must havo somo olo
mont in his power thnt is missing
iu tho strength of the liepublic.
Jlatiaitan Stai , S;,f 1, IS'.H
Tho Government war
suspend the sentences of Cail
Widemaun, Knae, tho Itimo
brothois, Ioloa Keakahi nnu the
othor less piominunt jiolitical
Judirc Oc;i!cn of Oakland
lecently gave a young; inanied
woman some good advice when
he ufuscd to giant her a
divorce. The couple had been
niatried three veaus and were
quite young, but they evident
ly got along about as well as
most mat i ied people do. How
ever, the voungwoman thought
she ought to have a divorce
and tiled a complaint against
her husband alleging crueltv.
The specilic facts set forth
were that her husband fre
quently slapped her, whether
playfully or not the complaint
does not state, and that once
he spoke ctossiy to her. This,
however, was while the hus
band was putting up a stove,
and (heiefore cannot be wnn-
I and (he
dered nf. On nnnthor nndo,,
(he youil wife savs her 'hns
I bind IhrpntPiuSl IU Kf ?
I "" V,i V ?i i j' b,Ut '"
' a,ls.Wer tO lie Judge She ex-
H''i'"cu ne iiau only to d her
Ihe proper thing loW her
iiiiiii'i vimru'iinn nti i. j
i mse a famjIy But this DOOr
I i...t. ... j, J , . l'lla lJVor
I hcK,n ac ,' irJ. ,5
j ""nd s greatest offense lay
in his feet. He hnri hio- nn
according to his wife, and on
' i e occasion lie had the auda-
Cltv to P them 111 her lap,
In refusing to grant a divorce
on such tiivial testimony Judge
Ogden gave the wife a little
fatheiJy lecture. "You can
haidly expect the court to grant
i ' -"r-- - -uui i iu uiui
' VOU a divorce UD011 surh tpsrL
I .,,,..... If
jiui uc cnicicu iu a aiVOrce. t
s mnnn hU tn C,.i I
, w "-'Wl ViV LVJ 111IL1 lllllll III
nature' t hnr k ,iU, na,fani-
. - -
mere are manv mp. minor.
fections that education ancks-
i -- - l bvieiLiiiiun it ii i
i . ,. ... -. -
, SOCiaUOIl Will smooth off, and
...v...wvt h'WWLVJ.. 1IIL131 CAflt INr
. ni:iriiifi npnn m mite ni,n;
forbeaiance and patience. In
stead of widening the breach
close it up. A voting couple
, S11,.'? U arC. W1" !l11? '"ar-
ed ll,e very happy existence
" )'ou Will return to your home
( and tiotdo just what )'0U have
. oeeii uouig iieretolore.
Thit DiHn-,1 1,.
. ..m. vMiviiiiii JUNl'r
ouiiic sense, mcieed it is ap
parent that his wisdom arose
lrom experience. It is a pity
theie aie not moie like him. If
theie were theie would be
fewer divorces and more hap
py homes. What is home
without a mother-in-law and
the piivilegeof putting your
feet on your wife's lap without
putting your boots on lirst.
All of which reminds us of
anothei little story. By the
steamer Australia we have re
ceived one of the largest con
signments of hardware ever
landed on these fly specks of
the Pacific. It comprises an
assortment of plated ware, ideal
coffee pots, three and five
thousand gallon tanks, steel
wire cloth, flour sifters, black
smith's bellows, wire mats,
cutleiy, feather dusters, hoe
handles, California lawn sprink
lers, lanterns, shovels, rice
plows, bath tub enamel, Dis
ston's No. 2 cane knives, mill
saw tiles, sole leather and as
sorted goods such as varnishes,
nateilf wntr rdncnte tsn!.-.!-
. ei .
burner s, Hendry's mixed
paints, hose in all sizes and
qualities, metallic paint in oil
and shooting coats.
We have also received a
fiesh shipment of "Tiibune"
and "Monarch" bicycles, with
lamps and fittings of all kinds.
All of the above goods are
on the whaif and may be ship
ped to any port of the islands.
The Hawaiian Mwarc Co. MA