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K& 2 EVENING BULLETIN, JANUARY 13, 1896.
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EVERY i MAN I HIS t DWN i HORSE i DDCTaR.
CELEBRATED -:- LIVE -:- STOCK -:- REMEDIES
ton THE UUItK OK DISEASES OP '
HORSES, OATTLB, SHEEP, BOGS, SWIHB AKD PQULT&Y.
IP THE DOCTRINE OF MONROE Jf .... ,. n
i ; When It Comes
I L FULLTtXI OF TUB NOW l'AMOUS
v I Music
If llxpremoil tho Pi-lnolplo or jYL LLlOXO
Sj.j. i America Tor Americans.
I : Music I v
t )- ' . ' e.
Tlio Monroo doctrino was pro
mulgate! as a protest ngaiiiBt
foreign intorforonco iu affairs con
cerning the wostern hemisphere.
The rovolution whioh freed the
thirteen colonies from tho English
yoko inspired tho uume deaiio to
bo froe uraong tho Spunish
Americiin colonies. Tho revolts
were successful and republics arose
upon the ruins of brokou Spanish
authority. Tho attempt on the
paitof Enropoiwi powers to teizo
upon and divido up tho torritory
lost to Spain was met by Piosi
dent 'ouroo iu a bold statement
which was sent to Congress in
his annual message of December
'2, 1823 lloie it is in full:
It was stated at the commence
ment of the last session that a
gieat effort was then making in
Spain and Portugal to improve
the condition of tho people of
those countries, and that it np-
anpetir d to bo conducted with I
extraurdiuury modoiation. It need
soaicely bo lomaiked that tho ro
si'lt has oecn so fur voiy dilluront
from what was then anticipated.
Of eouts in that quuitor of the
globe with which we have so
much intercourse and from which
wo demo our origin wo havo al
ways boon anxious nud interested
spectators. Tho citizens of the
United States cherish sentiments
the most friendly iu favor of tho
liberty and happiness of their
follow men on that side of the
Atlantic. In tho wars of tho
Europeau powers, in mutters
relating to themselves, we havo
ne,or t.ikon any part, nor does it
compoit with our policy to do so.
It is only when rights aie invaded
or seriously menaced that wo re
sent injuries or make preparations
for our dofense.
With tho movomonts in this
hemisphere wo are of mcessity
more immediately connected, and
by causes which must be obvious
to all enlightonrd and impartial
observers. The political system
of the allied powers is essentially
different in this respect from that
of America. This d fference pro
ceeds from that whioh exists in
their respective Governments.
And to the dofense of our own,
which has been achieved by the
loss of so much blood and troasuro,
and matured by the wisdom of
their most enlightened citizens,
and under whioh wo have enjoyod
unexampled felicity, this Nation
Wo owe it, therefore, to candor
and to the amicable relations ex
isting between the United States
and these powers to declaro that
we should considor any attempt
on their part to extend tuoir Bya
tem to any uortion ofthishemis
phoro as dangerous to our poaco
With tho existing colonies or
dependencies of any European
power we have not interfeird and
shall not inteifeie. But with the
government which have declared
independence and maintained it.
and whose independence we havo,
on great consideration and on
just principles, ackuowlodged, we
could not view uny interposition
for the purpose of oppressing
thorn or controlling in any other
manner their destiny by any
Europeau power in any otlnr
light than as tho manifestation of
an unfriendly disposition toward
the United States.
. In tho war between those now
Governments and Spain we de
clared our neutrality at tho timo
of tbeir recognition, and to this
wo havo adhered, and shnll con
tinue to adhere, provided no
chaDge shall occur which, in tho
judgment of tho competont
authorities of this Government,
shall mako a corresponding
chango on tho part of the United
States indispensiblo to their
Tho late events in Spain and
Portugal show that Europe is still
unsettled. Of this important (not
no stronger proof can be adduced
than that tho n Hied no wors should
have thought it propor, op a prin
ciple sut slactory to themselves, to
havo intorposod by forco in thoj
TUB MUSIC STORE.
If you don't bolievo it
just call on us, and we
will convince quickly
you that we are in it.
American make, from
.$276, warranted for
Solid oak. American
make. 7 stops, a
world beater, 49.
From $4 up.
For Teacher's Use,
finest selection ever
offered for sale in Ho
nolulu. THE BEST STRINGS
for violins, guitars
and banjos, thnt mon
ey can buy. We keep
no cheap trash.
PIANOS AND ORGANS SOLD ON EASY
WALL, - NICHOLS
a bottle, of
d3 ClRf any
yruofists $Qli Kte.Jz.
Hollister -:- Drug
Agonts for tho Hawaiian Islands.
Building -:- Lots
nclittDtlu situation, Beautiruljlevf of the
ocean. Excellent neighborhood. Lovely
A. V. GEAR.
To Disinfectants wo-still-have
plenty, our stock has not
been exhausted, and now
arrivals are on hnnd.
Geo. H. Kucldy
Tout STiihJT, orr. Catholic Mission.
Hours from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.
:- Dr. Russel, -:
OlVico, Mnsonic Building.
Hours: : 0-11 nm, 3-5 pin. -:- Telephone 484.
llesldenec. Telephone 070.
W. H. WINCHESITSU,
HAHNESS MAKER AND SADDLKH.
Soils Hawniinn trees and rc-covors
Our Motto Is :
"Take Pain3 and Keep Customers."
11C Bethel St., between King and Hotel,
Don't Forget That
3IEDKIROM fe lEI(ie,
Have osplendld lino of
NEW -:- SUITINGS,
Arlington Block, : : : : Hotel street.
S, Decker, Mgr,
Clocks, Watches and
Jewelry ' -
Owing to failing health, 1 wish to closo
out my husinesH early next year. To this
end I will bell my en'lre stock of
Clocks, Watches and
USWtST mcts VOR CKStt.
GBEAT BARGAINS WILL BE GIVEN.
Campbell Block, .... Merchant St
A FAMILY IIOTI3L.
T. X-Cro-va.se, - - 3?xop.
Per Day 8 2,00
Per Week .'. 1200
Opaclol Xloiitlil3r Iatoa I
The Best of Attendance, tho Beat Situn
tion and tho Finest Meals in this City
Lands For Sale and Bouses
lh all parts of City,
XP3" Specialties will bu notid hi this Bpaco
from tluiu to time.
191-tf ilerchant street.
Van Doom & Co., Fort Street
Noxt LacnV riiuihiR Mill, will havo
fresh overy Any
MACHINE MADE POI
KALIHI POI FACTORY,
'Which wilt bo Bold to fiimilien iu largo or
Bmnll qunutltics. Xo contain
1 IIS 1'CKVISHFD.
W. L. WILCOX,
Proprietor Knlihi Pol Factory.
Store ojen 'icnluB.
IST. 3T. BURGESS
Repairs Garden Hos', Spnnlclers. Water Taps,
Saw Filing nud nil kinds of Tools Sharp
cued, including Carving Knives nud Scis
sors. Lawn Mowers repaired nnd for rent.
Also, Setting Glass in fact nil kinds of
Jobbing. Work called ror and returned,
Shop nnd rcsidonco en Miller street,
Ring up Telephone 852. 1-tf
Wholesale Dealer in Japanese
Liquors anil ProUsIons, SaM n specialty,
Allen Street. Telephone 703
LIN SING KEE,
PLUMBER AND TIN SMITH.
403 Hotel Btroot, Honolulu.
QTJONG SAM KEE & CO.
Importers nni Dealers In General
Wholesale Wine and Spirit Merchants,
145 Corner King and Mnunakea Sta.
C T. AKANA;
No. 32J, Nuuanu street.
MERCHANT TAILOR, v
Flno Suitings made to order at lowest prices.
145 Clothes cleaned and repaired.
TOM CHUNG KEE,
No. 47 Nuuanu street
Dealer in Ladies' and Gentle
Hoots and Shoes to order. I use the best
material. Goods warruutcd towcur well. 142-
No- c8i Nunnnn Btreot.
Has just received a now line of
DKY GOODS, LADIES AND GENTS'
SHOES AND GENEBAL MEllOIIAN-
Agent for tho following rico plantntionsf
Wnipio, Wninwo, Waiinalu, Wnialuo,
Kaneoho and Knpalnnia.
EKF" My rico from Knnooho ia marked
L A and in guaranteed Al,
P. O. Box 114, .... Telephone 109.
Kino and Nouanu Streets.
JV Comment is unnecessay.
Thc marvelous remedy which prevents
Hair Falling Out
FOR SALE BY
O- "XTv'"- IL - A -
Z3T Neat pamphlet free on application, T.
Slk C5 'SXO.RG J$W
v ill JTXW&.1L&
HOTEL STREEt, OPPOSITE ARLINGTON BLOCK.
CHOICE FRESH GROCERIES
Just opeurd a full and complete nriPortmont of the
luxuvioH and dolicncii-s from overy civilized nation,
winch will bo sold lowor tliuu the lowest. . . .
Fresh California Creamery and Island Butter.
FAniiiiV 'iiiadi: a sij:ciaiiy.
All Goodn deliverod promptly. Civility nud every nttcntion iicn to customerH nt
COWAN'S CASH STOBE.
J. T. Waierhouse.
Queen Sti-eet Store.
iu Tins and Jars. Assorted Ohut
noys, Hams and Bacon, Potted
Meats, Boston Baked Beans and
I X L LIME.
FORT STEET, NO 10.
FOR . . .
TINWARE, CROCKERY, HARD
WARE, CIGARS, ETC,
At lowest prices, go to
... WING TAI LUNG.'
"J- 331 Nuuanu Btrect.
CHEONG KEE CO,,
All kinds of tinware, crockery,
eto, at lowest prices. ...
Nnuann and Hotel streets
Solo Agent, Honolulu.
O. llox 202, Tclepliono 20. 100-tf
BRAUNSCHWEIGER - & - CO,
Importers andLIquor Merchants.
IJo. 5, Drumm Street, - San Francisco.
Ton SALE IN BULK.
Amfhican Bourdon Whiskies in Jionil per
barrel containing about 40 gallons each
at various prices according to ago and
California Grate Brandy in Bond por
barrel of about 40 to CO gallons.
Alio the celtbrated Cate Whiskies:
"Extra Pony" Bourbon Whisky, 12 bottles,
3 gallons per enso.
"BoarRrass" Ugurbon Whisky, 12 bottles, 2
2-5 gallons per case.
"Old Pioneer" Bourbon Whisky, 12 bottles,
2 2-6 gallons per case.
"Tennessee White Ityo" Whisky, 12 bottles,
2 2 C gallons per case.
CALIFORNIA TOUT WINES, 8HEIUUE3,
Send orders by :nnil.
Braunschweiger & Co.,
141-lm No. 5, Drumm streot.
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