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EVENING BULLETIN, OCTOBlill 18, I80B.
Jlr, jHKllii.tlTnrllir on Hip Ne rclr)
lor tlm I'lilunlm.
In tlie d uno nuruhor of tho
"Forum," it a papor by Mv. .lus
tiu M'Carthy, M. P., treating
as ono of series of "Studios of
Notable Mou" of Mr. Joseph
Ohaiuberluiu, M. I. Mr. Cluun
borlaiu is desoribod ns not niun
to go tigor-hunting with. More
than once bo bus nought his own
enfoty in a moment of political
danger nnd has mndo till" and left
bis comrndo in tho lurch. He is
mndo by nature, by inclination,
and by training to bo a first-class
"boss" to adopt an expression
familiar im American politics. Ho
is not a statesman; ho is not an
orator; be is a "boss," and a
boss" of first magnitude.
Ho Ins piactict'd tho art with
groat suceewj in tho municipali
ty of Birmingham, and In has
shown ureal skill in transfer-1
ring tho practice to tlie lloor
and tho lobbies of the Hotiso of
Commons. Ho lias surrounded
himself with futuds and "led ,
enptains," as thpy used to bo call-
c3 in tho days of tho Restoration, l
and with dependants and hangers-1
on of all kinds. At ono limo he
had contrived to got quito a littlo
family bodyguard of his own iuto
tho House of Commons. 1 should
think ho would probably bo a vory
good friend to bis friend, fo long
as tho f.ioud did not disobey j
ordors and did not prosumo to sot
up for himself. Jiut, however ,
that miiy bo, i d&Oh wcu tu havo
u considerable g.itbciing of sup
porters who are devoted to him, i
who cheer him wbon lm speaks, '
and unrourinnuly upplnud all his
sircasms and cry down all bis
political (pob'ji.Js. I ' not '
spoaking now of tho littlo group j
of renlly distinguished men
who ha;ip"ii to agioo with him on I
the question of Homo Rule, and j
who therefore work with him. i
Mr. Chamberlain has u docided
gift for wlnt I may call "working
things," urd for fnuting th inun
who will bolp him to work thorn.
At one time ho undoubtedly
sooniod to us hero to bo emphat
ically a coming man. Why did
be not come? Was it bocatiso at
one particular crisis ho was too
1 !.. . I . .., .,.,,1 o
rmedun Till bst hisbaiance?
Is he to comn even yet? Many
think that ho ha missed his
dunco; but I at least am not in
clined ti bo ti" dogimtio on that
quostion. in .n..i u compara
tively .young man, as ago is
reckoned -kw in English polUics;
'hn in no), umburnis-td by mcdasij
or lioinnied in by scrup'es. !'or
baps if ho does not come it will
bo only bis own fault. Tbero
can hardly be a worse stroko of
ill-luck in English political life
or 1 dare say in any other politi
cal lifo than for an nspiring
man to get the repute of being
"too clover by half." I think
that is just Mr. Clmmberl.iin's
condition. Uo has tbo repute of
being too clover by half. This
may, some dtij, be his political
I'oitruNi: foii ijii: iiliss hoys.
money Given the OriiUniiN or the Dead
When I. P. bliss, tho gospol
song wiibr, and his wife wont
down to the r death in tho craBh
of tho Ashtabula railroad bridgo
on tbo r.igv:t ' i Dec-mber 29,1875,
they left two orphano boys.
Ponny collections in the Sunday
hchools of tho land, uudor tho in
spiration of I). L. Moody, result
ed in u fund for their support and
education. This ws supplemented
by sums trom various sourcts aud
song-book loyalties, nnd i.lacod in
Philip Pi"l and Goorgo Good
win liliss. now young men, one a
graduulo of Princeton University
and the other a 8"nior, appeared
boforo Judgo Kohlsaat in tho
Probato Court of Chicago a fow
days ago, and recoivod tho accu
mulated ostnte of 4100,000 from tho
bands of their fatbor's executor,
James H Monro. The fund is all
in solid Rocnritios
rjfoDo you roally love mo,
Ilusband I adore you, my
nwoct, n"d am proparod to givo
you auy proof of the fact not ox
cooding 100 franc?.
CorHo Orene Sinn
Save the Children
By Purifying Tholr Blood
Hood's Sarsnparllla Makes Pur
Blood, Curoo Scrofula, Etc.
"My experience with Hood's Saruparlllii !
hlftn tprv fTirtl. Mv llttlM wlrl flvM vorl
I oli!, bad for our years a bad skin disease. Hei
. arms and limbs would break out In a mass ol
sores, discharging jellow matter, She would
scratch tho eruptions as though It cava relief,
and tear oicatue sores.
Two Bottlo of Hood's
Sartaparllta caused tlie eruptions to heat and
nnd tlie scabs pealed oil, alter which thp skin
became) soft and smooth. Asaf.inillyxLedlcUii
we bcllere Hood's Ssrsaparllla has no equal and
J recommend It." W. L. Kino, Illiilt 1Mb), Tex.
Hood's Pills are tho liest f imlly cathartic,
i ulle aud effective. Try box. 24 cents.
Hobron Drug Co., L'd,
Sole Agents for tho Republic of Hawaii.
FOl'.T ANI) HOTEL STS.
HeatyQartcrs Eulcrorisc Brewino" Co
Largest Consignment of Beer
that over arrived bore, now
J. DODD. I'rop'i
Ceritral Jfflcat YIaret
Love's Duilding, Nunanu St.
riRST CLASS Market in
Tilers delivered nromntlv to all narts of
YVESTIHIOOK & OAnEH
gap-Tclephouo 101. 129-tf.
K E. BURGESS
E Gaita HOS?, Spi11lkIErS. Water 1
Saw FiliiiK and nil kinds of Tools Sharp
ened, including Carving Knives nnd Scis
sors. Lawn Moweis repaired nnd for rent.
Also, Settiuir Olafs in fact all kinds of
Jobbing. Work tailed for nnd returned.
Shop and residence en Miller street.
Ring up Telephone; 852. 1-tf
MRS. AUG. DARROW.
WELU), llltHAIHWON k Co ,
Gentlemen: I wi very much run
WAS l'KUIlXTIiV WltK'lClin).
us I could before I was taken sick.
i, niiui..iu .. .... i .,- i v, , i I., .
wen an l cohki bi'loro i was taken sick,
uund and do nil Hit it irk fur vninmilu
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verv much n i-apuil with It . 1 .1111 now tnkiiiL' mv fifth mttln. nnil umilil KKCIIMMKNI) IT TO ALL WHO A III: STIITI liivn
Willi bTUMACU 1KUUIU.1. UK Xl.HVUUS TltUUllLE.
n HUILDINQ DUNNED ltECENTLY
" In Milwaukee, without Insurniico,
U'CftUhO n clcrk'FOHGOT to renew certniu
policies promptly M Uistmctcd.
"A few days Inter, tho owner dlcl m Itliout
insurance on liia life, lcaing n widow unit
thrco young children hi poverty, l)ccntiHO
lio hnd NEGLECTED to insure. Ab procrnst.
(nation is more culpable- than forgctdiluetm
perhaps tho owner is havluR his punish-
"MOltAL I Consultation and ofllco treat-
mentfrco. Special nttcntioti given to pro-
I.NHCLKYOUK tllK IN
The Equitable Lifo Assurance Society
of the United States.
General Manager for tho llnwniiim Islands:
123 & 130 FORT STREET.
Bhckimitbing in All Its Branches.
Orders from tho other Islands in Build-
iug, Trimming, Paiiitinp, etc., etc.,
Promptly attended to.
W W. lVIIIUIIT. Vropriefor.
(Successor to O. West.)
C. B. DWIGHT,
Docs all kinds of Work in
Cement & Stone Sidewalks & Curbing
Tie hns on hand a largo supply of
Chiueso Qranito Curb and always keeps
Ilawnunn Curbing Stone. Estimates
given nnd lowes prices nssured. 'I'ele
At WAIKIK1 ou car lino nnd on PA
LAMA ROAD near Fertilizing
These lots are VeryJCheap and Sold
on Easy Terms.
Desirnblo Acre Tracts near tho city nnd
other Properties for sale.
JJKUCK, WAKING CO.,
Dealers iu Lots iiud Lands,
BOS Fort Street, near King
P. O. Box 321.
PAINE'S CELERY COMPOUND
RESTORED MRS. DARROW
TO HEALTH AND HAPPINESS.
This is the Medicine That
Makes People Well!
down, had no appetite at nil, wns vory nervous, hnd no bleep night or day; to sum it 1
lint thanks to l'aino's Celery Compound 1 can now eat and sleep and work just
When I eommcnceil taking the Compound 1 weighed 111(1 pounds; hum ivthjh It
in, i. Liiuiiit-. iu tumi a v-uiui uiuiiuiiiiu
wiien l eommcnceil tukiinr the LoiiiDoiinu
of Jite. I have recommended the Compound to three familioi nlieiuly and thoy nro
1 7. : .. . 1 '
S FOR SALE BYTHE
"Wholesale Agents for the Hawaiian
Tho plcasantost, quietest,
shadiest and most porfectly ap
pointed soaside rosort on the
Islands. It is only four inilos
from tho boart of tho city and
within easy reach of tho tramcars.
which run every twenty minutes
or oftonor. Elegantly furnished
dotaohed cottages or rooms are
obtainable on oasy terms. The
tablo is suporior to that of any of
tbo olty hotels and all tho modern
conveniences arc provided.
Picnics and bathing parties can
obtnin extra accommodations by
telephoning in advance.
Tho battling facilities of Sans
Souci nro suporior to those of any
placoon tho boacb. 8(.)-tf
Our Stock ot Summer Goods
is acknowledged by every
body to bo the finest on the
Honolulu market, and con
sists of everything Usoful
and Ornamental. Our prices
are moderate. Jewelry in
special designs manufactur
ed to order on short notice.
P. O. Box 287 Fort Street.
I nm now prepared to Move Ftiti;i. :
in better shnpo than any other f r.t
concern in tho city, ns I havo a V ft. "
lnrco eiioujh to niovo a whole hoc,;!
of Fiirnituro nt ono load.
I linvo tho Inteht PIANO MOVING
APPARATUS aud Kuaranteo to move
Pianos without Bcrntcliini, to "any part of
the city for S2.50. I nm n rustler and
don't care who knows it; nm always to
bo found nt my Stand,
Car. Nuuanu & King Stroots,
T"-I move my Furniture- SO FAST
Mint it makes my competitors SWEAT
to oven look nt mo.
Yours for Business only
SIo.STitosK, 1'a Sept. LVi, 1S94
i Mil in in ir.u iiuii bhtji uill n ill l jllofc US
1 wciirlied i;iu pounils: Viiuh letinh IBS
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MKS. AUG. DABHOW.
THEO. H DAVIESS & CO
While Brothers' Cement,
Corrugated Iron Roofing,
Galvanized Water Pipe
Paints and Oils.
Roche Harbor Lime,
C. fc C. Fine Flour,
Hay, Grain, and Groceries,
Hardware and Cutlery,
Etc., Etc., Etc., Etc., Eto.
C. E. WILLIAMS & SOE
Oldest Furniture and Under
taking Establishment m
II. J. NOLTE, Proprietor.
The Best Lunch in Town
Tea and Coffee
AT ALTj IIOUIIH.
THE FINEST BRANDS OF
Cigars and Tobacco
ALWAYS ON nAND.
The . . .
Hns n largo assortment of
Chandeliers and Elec
Constantly on unnd.
Estimatos given for houso wir
ing and Electrical plants.
Marino Wiring ft spocinlty.
Horizontal Slide Valvo En
giuo mndo by Honolulu Iron
Works Co. in 1885. Boro of
Gylindor 13": Lenth of Stroko
40"': Crank Shaft on loft of
Cylindbr: Hand Reversing Goar.
Diametor of Fly-wheel 14ft.: Sizo
of Engine Bed 3 fogt wide x 20ft.
For further particulars apply to
Theo. H. Davies& Co., Ltd.
OU Kino St.
Book and Job Printer
Morchnnt Stroot, Honolulu, II. I.
Over Hawaiian Nows Company's
Book Storo. my 13.
BB. C. ROWS.
House, Si'sti and
Ornamental . .
. PAINTER . .
Paper Hanger and Decorator
Howe's Liquid Slitting.
C20 Kinjj Stroet.
A Good Fertilizer
To Suit the Times
At S.IO per ton of 2000 lbs.
Analyzed ns oIIowh:
10 per cent. Tliosphorio Acid, i Bolnblo
0 per cent. 1'otnsli (actual).
3 per cent Ammonin.
10 per cent. I.lme (Carbonate).
SULPHATE AND MU1UATE
NITRATE OF SODA AND
SULPHATE OF AMMONIA.
40 per cent, to '8 per cent
soluble in water, in qnan.
tities to unit.
ANY SPECIAL FORMULA MADE TO
A F. COOKE,
UT-tf HAWAIIAN FEHTILIZINO CO.