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EVENINQ -BULLETIN, OO'lOHBlt 20, 1806
TYRANTS IN AMERICA.
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Tlio Wltlj I'rciirliin.in Tillx r Hum"
llrollicr .IoiiiiIIiiiii l IIiiIIIimI unit
Still lll-1 1) lll S-rt .lilt.
Complaints nio so mo t'mt 1
ouco it o sod, in a lintel, u'
rorfecl c ra i oti n start' d by an !
English . a who had dand ox-
pros Ii'h dis'it -fact on at tho'
wayh vns tio.twi. Ho was in1
n. i.n 'pi.: ;,. .i i I
tuu mi... j-iji n inu Murai jii in-
ago l . to J h ve ver huon in,'
ho oxclaimod to t'io clerk.
it'.o iropi-t r' 1 should bko
to 'oo im." T e pnpiiotor was
in tho all, th ro g'dy enj.yingi
tlio -cenu. Ho n n iit d at to
the g t hy tho ch-ik. Tlio ICn
glijliin n, oxe tod and angry,
woat it i to the proprotir.
'N i' yo i wh i aro running this
liom i ho sii'd.
'Wed,' sad ih-i propiietor,
with h o gar In his mouth and
h:s ha id-j in his pickets, '1
though' 1 wa- till you c mi'-. ' i
Tho Knglishmun looked nt him,
turned l)ic, paid his lull, and
I am hound to iidunt that tho I
inciv.lity you moet with in tunny '
hokds uiliees, shops, etc., is only
nppitient. They a ro busy, iinid
busy, those clciks and shopmen,
And d i not boo w 1)3' they thouid
indii'go in the thou-uud of putty
acts of o-niitoy t:i it customers
oxpd t in huropi', whoro, I'm-example,
fhop'iuepors h.ivo tinio to
wiit ln:,g i) it ice to 'lcspoctlully
bog tho public not to touch the
ariic.es expos-nd for sal'.' in
Auiei ii a, 'Hands oil",' answers tho j
ii rpos , end tho visitois do not
But anii'iig the lower class ser
vants of t! o p.b .c. I mil porsuad
ed that incivility is simply a form
of mism. derate d doinoeracy. "I
am a K'O'I as )'uu," is thou mot
to, and by boiug polite they would
fear to tipped' s- rvile. Thoy are
not a- g mil ns yuu, however, bo
causo ou aro polite to them, and
tin J' aro lint polite to you, hut
thoy do not -to ihat. It is not
equality, it is tyianny, tho woist
ot tji'iiiny, tyi .niiy from below.
The pat'i nee of tlio Amciican
pubic is simply angol cal, noth
ing shoit of that. 1 have seen
American audnneos kopt waiting
by theatrical companies more
than half an hour. Something
wa wio -g behind tho scenes.
They maniiosted uo signs of im
patience. When tho curtain rose,
nobody cuno f rard to apologize
to t o ii for this obvious want of
vnc nrt; Onnn ,, n Vrttir IT.tiff null
town, through a truin's bo tig
lute, 1 arr veil at the opora house I
threo-quanois nf an hour utter the
timo my lecture was advertised to
bigin "I supposo I had bitter
apoioi.o to the audionco," I said
to tho ma agor, "and ixplain ti
thoni why I am lute." ''Just as
"you ploa-o," ho ropliod, "but 1
would not. I R..05S thoy would
h v.' wa t d iiiiother half an hour
without thowing any s gn of im
patiouoo. Tho Ain-ric n public
expo tno courosy truin tho peo
pie thoy pay, and they got nono "
Uio poojilo of ciilturo and 10
fiuemunt in A ner ea aro paying
dually for kooping aloof from
politics and refusing to liavo any
thing t do w th tho government
ot their country. Thoy aro bo
ginuing to lo.ilizo that fact. In
every day hfo their apathy, their
lack of initiative alnno can ex
plain thoir endurance nf the potty
tyia nes I have only jutt inoi
c tod in thoso remarks.
If ovrr oflic al woio edncaiod
up 1 1 ha fact that h is mud bv
the Ktiitp flint iu fn hiv he ( ,, I
people, and that h n daty is to
udmiu st'Ji', to the bost f his
abilities, to tho w fine of tho
ponple; if ovory cond ctor of
every r.illw.iy compai y w ro madu
to uidoistaiid ti at . is His in u
tion is to attend to tho c mf rt
and wishes of puHPunU'ii-, if
waiteru, w itrosso , porteri, soi-j
vants f a I sorts, were to d tl u' a!
polite pom o lias a liflit to oxpei t
Ji oui tliom pol tu'ierH, com t sy
iml ootl suiviui). life i i Amor oi
v ii d bo a gr at deal happier.
Aujoiid.ins may siy tint nil
'.Lis s bt'ijo.ilh thoir notice, but
foniiiucf7 tut .Jnl junje
I I I J
Huoli it tlio case
Hint lmc tricil
MALTING CO'S PRODUCT.
UJ-iN ouvj a.,
PLUMBER AND TIN SMITH
.0:5 HoH snoot, Honolulu.
And want tlio projior
tiling bntli in cut and
stylo and desire to
linvu the Intest Pnt
' tern you must call on
JViedeiros $ Co4
S. Decker, Msr,
i And Don't You Forget It?
Water, pronounced by
ptoplo who know to bo
tho best on the Market.
This Wator ivceivcd
tho vory highost award
at tho . . .
As a Table Boverago,
is a f vori'o amloieily
load' all othor Mineral
Benson Smith & Co.
Wliolo.ulu (in retail iimitrt for tlio Hit
Vp.. (ng, Ka3 wJtr ' fl'nn' i r$r"4 H .
JsBlgS wJiiLJ II Jiiw-J' nn I ! f' y
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OU prnb.ibly know what it
and sundries on shelves,
venient. This has boon tho case with many people bucauso thoy
have not been able to socuro tables at anything like loasonablo
prioee. We soil yon tables with tups 22x22 inches, oh g.intly finish
ed and durablo, for $2.00. You'vo paid double the money for some
thing of h.ilf tho valuo and thou stopped buying bocitiso you con
sidered youiself sold. Wo do not confine oursolvos 1 1 this cheap
lino but havo them iu every conceivable stylo. Heavy qunrtoiod
oil: with handsomely carved logs and brass mountings. Dining
tables in endless vaiii ty in oither oak or walnut.
Wo al-o e irry a huge stock of chairs siiitiblo fornuy room in the
limii-s. As with the tables tho pneo dopeuds largely upon tho qua
lity; wo havo no old stock so that ago of tho goods makes no dif
ference in tho price. "Wo do not keep furniture lung enough for
pieces to got old. Tho only goods of that character soon iu our store
is what people havo bought olsowhero and brought to us to havo made
ovoi We havo an upholstory department in which work of tho
finest ohiiriic ti r isdone. Perhiips you'vo lmtiei d ologautly upholster
od Couches in tho show looms and thought thoy wore made abroad 1
Thoy am tho wok of our nion and we feol a just pride in turning
out work that cumpaios favorably with that niado iu tho largost
hioloiios in the United States.
DUItaim since the or-
has been to
people of Honolulu with
first class furniture at a
medium price. Tho
grow th of tho business is
tho best evidence wo can
nd'er as a vorific.ition
that wo have never di
veig. d from our motto.
Iu this advoitisement
wo call your attention in
a Roueral way to tho var
ions articles of furnituio
wo carry by submitting
a fow designs of pieces
that should bo in every
China Ci.oskts am us
much in demand us bed
stoads, they aro no long
er iu the list of luxuries;
tho craze for collecting
odd bits of China or brie
a brae, and the desire t"
keep them in a conven
ient plnco for showing
tonne's fnoiids, hn- miide
the China closet mdis
pensiblo. AVo have them
in viirmiH styles, single
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liVUdUUl. .LllWU IU Illl-
ratuiuo oak aro fnshinnaliln
i55S3&.v bucaico thov
!iiS2i sjrt i 'l'- uliln ilw ilnrnlitl ill' .if
irt..r IV ' :".
.j'y lie lioish fin
lleet ot making
S-11 wavs apnear
is to scatter sowing, books, papors
hunaus and wherever is most con
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' HE utter impossibility of au attempt f o have a din
mg room well furnished without i sidehm,,! i, .
boon demonstrated in half the hums in llooolulo
Them is no ncc-ssity for anyone going without one
when they havo a took liko ours t dnw frmu Tho
no .h wn is of ipiarteivd O.ik sitin pobsh finifli mid
Ins French bovol plato ghiis. In th hig'inr pri'-i d
s deboards iimiiiIo spaco is nlloiwd for silvrware. On'r
stock of pluin oak sideboirds has never boon equalled
oak has tin
(lyNli bure.iu is scarcely nde
V3Sf iputo 1 1 hold alt tho'nhirts,
uiiderwonr, itc, of a genth mini
and Wife, two biiio.ius in a room
lunko it lop-sidid paiticulaily
when tiny an not tho siime pat
tern. A . Hirro.NIKlt. no mattel
what tlie ih s g.i or col. r.
finish to tho room just as a piano
doos to a parlor.
it may sound egotistical, hut o
hol.ovo wo have tho hngost btuck
of these iiilioles to sbiett from
outbido San Eranciscn.
O. k is tho style oftouost selected
foi the sumo reason as given re
garding China closets, but with
our stock there ib no limit us to
stylo of wood. Oak, Birch or Ash,
it is all the same, wo cun supply
them in twenty odd styles. Wo
have tlipm with or without toilets;
plain top and with either Gorman
or French bevel mirrors, and
polished or varnished surfaco.
Tho half dozon drawers in a
ChiU'onier make it possible to
soparato the clothes and keep them
always iu place. If youhavo ever
had one you know tho valuo; if
you have not got one while tho
price is bolow bed-ruck.
ftlUIt hair mattresses uro mado up in the bost quality of tick
, ii gs, bound with tho bost bed laco, havo b idi rs -1 inches
ueop, stitched twico around.
M.ittreses made of moss have the same c ire on our part as
thobo of hair Tho difi'erenco iu prica is accounted for by the dif
fieience botwoen moss and hair. This work has tiie attention of
experienced upholstoiers, and no bettor mattresses em b. bought
anywhoio than we make The prices aro goveruod by the size of
tho buls and number of pounds of hair used.