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EVENING BULLETIN, APBIL 23, 189(5.
Sail FrnLclxco Clironlo'c, April 11.
Somo weeks ngo this jourtml
was moved to inquiro "what particu
lar gain San Eranoisco and Cali
fornia have had from tho recipro
city trenty botweoix tho Uuited
States and Hawaii. Before tho
treaty was made wo wero promts
od all manner of advantages.
Thoro was to bo a great develop
ment of our, oxport trade, sugar
was to sell at a lower retail price
hero than any whore olao in tho
country and Han Francisco
wharves wero to be burdened with
tho freight brought over in tho
plantation packets. Tho prospec
tus was alluring and this citv and
State, despite plenty of good con
trary advice, brought such pres
suto to bear at "Washington in fa
vor of tho treaty that tho
lattor was teadily adopted
nud tho fortunes of tho Ila
vaiian planters made. "Wo should
ltko to b ablo to add that tho
fortunes of somo American mer
chants were also made outside
of tho sugar trust but tho facts
forbid.' Wo aro compelled to
compete on oven terms with other
countries and our wines, brandies,
shoes, hats, fabrics, furnituro, car
pots, hardwaro and decorative
goods ato boing steadily displaced
by tho products of England, Gor
many and tho Orient. Nor do wo
liavo cheaper Hawaiian sugar
than Now York, which lies 3000
miles further away from the Ho
nolulu market, and as for com-
merco, tho island experiment of
Bonding cargoes of raw sugar
around tho Horn instead of
through this port is full of tin
pleasojit suggestivoncss. Plainly
speaking, Sun Francisco and Call
forniit, when, thoy woro enlisted
for tho reciprocity treaty, wero
made tho victimo of a confidence
game hv which tho Hawaiians
havo been ablo to maintain among
thoniM-. an abnormal prospori
ty holding a special advantage
as sellers in tho American market,
but denying American exporters
a corresponding advantago in
their own. And this is called
Those charges, as formerly pro
sen tod in this paper, havo drawn
from tho Honolulu presp denials
of much length and spirit, but in
tho courso of two or threo columns
of Bueh rojoindor wo find a num
ber of unexpected and curious ad
missions. "It is true," says tho
Pacific Commercial Advertiser,
"that man' Honolulu merchants
purchase goods iu European mar
kets. It is true that with our
present tariff laws merchants at
prosont patrons of tho United
States will bo forced into tho
Orionto.1 market. It is truo that
tho people of this country--not
necessarily the sugar men, oithor
Poisoned by Impure Water
Now In Good Health, Lively, Happy
iniRlii foil where otis dose of Fuin
Killer would succeed. If you have
a cou;h or cold or any other winter
complaint, try l'ain Killer at once.
It nccr fails to give instant rclicL"
1'brrv Davis & Son, ' ProTidence, K. I.
, V 11 w X
come wiiliou auv prewous wnrn
Ji :. j ' h i u'w is to
ba j re ,..i 1. i c i u but lc of
Per ylnv .'1'in k . i.t h, by you.
Itla..j uoc f i ri.ii.m.Cononnd
m ii u i ii ivrni.1 jnun.
H Will curr n cold before it settles H
it or nl i . M ulcs. The riht H
Xuv t il. it U ,hen you ff
5 tal thu cold comluj; on. g
p. r-oiHirinl only t. ff
V pcr-y DavU & Son, Jr
v r?3Vlicac,K.i. Jy
Eva, Carroll and illy lirown
"C. I. Hood & Co., Lowell, Mass.
"Ocutlcmont Last winter, my two girls, b'oj
and w lto a cro taken IU. Tbo doctors said tliey
wero poisoned by drinking water from an old
well. Tho two flrls failed to rally under the
doctor's treatment. Km, nped lour years, fell
aways") sno oniy woinucu i'i in,.-, cougucu
all tua timo and was helilest. l'hyslclani tald
Cho Had Consumption.
Lily, aged eight years, was nearly as bad as
Eva but being older and Kroncer, held up n lit
tle better. We pavo tlicm both Hood's Sara
iiarllU. which built up their strength aud licnltU
Tiiiely so that they became fatamlplump, llcly
and happy. My sou Carroll was lu a bad con-
dltlon, having a bad coush and very weak. Ite
ias oMIgml to llo down jnost of the time.
Cl.- botUu of Hood's Sarstparllla put 1dm or.
his t?f and resuired nrfoct health. I belleTo
Hood's S-xrsaparlll.i s Cvcd my enndren's lives."
John T. Iluow: , Stow c, Vermont.
' HOOD'O PlLLO cure nil I her Ills, Bilious
s s. Jaundice. ludUeslluu, Sick Ileadaohs.
Hotron Drag Co., L'd,
Solo AReuts for tho Eopublio ot Hawaii.
Brown & Kubey
. . "Watches,
Je"welry, . .
Wm. G. Inn iv.
San Fianc(cougiiit Tim Nevada Dank or
igars a Specialty
DltAW r.XCIIANOE ON
San Franoirco TIiu Ncvudn Hank of San
London The Union Hank of London, Ltd.
New York American Ktcbanc National
Chicago Merchant? National Hank.
Paiiis Comptolr National d'Enornpt ue
Heri.in Drcdncr Hank.
HONOkONO ANII YOKOIIVMA llollgkong it
Shauchal llanklnc; Corioratlou.
New Zealand and Ai sir m.i v Bank of New
Zealand. Victoria and Van(.oUlh Hank of Mont
Transact a Qensnl Banking and Eicbanse Bnslness
j Term and Ordinary Dcpolsla Hccclvcd.
Loans mndo on Aiiirocd Security. Com
mercial and Tracltm Cridlta Issued. Hills
of Exchange bought aud sold.
Collections 1'iiojutm Accounted For.
And nil kinds o
No. 117 Betliel st., between King nnil TJote
Clothing Made to Order
in the latest style.
Satisfaction Guarnutood for Good Fit.
Only White Lahk KMrLOVEii.
Itcpalrlng and Cleaning n Specially.
Il'iave some cli
ents who want
hoases to live in.
191-tf Merchant street.
M. S GRINBAUM & CO.,
Qieen Btrecf, Honolulu, nml 215 Trout
direct, ban linucisuo, Cnl.
' Ull'OItTLUS ok
General Merchandise and
. . Commi'sian Merchants.
FROM $5,00 UP.
and of UioTincHt.
At tho samo Low Hates as usual.
A Big Lino of No Goods Just rocoirod per
DRESS SUITS A SPECIALTY.
Arlington Dlock, : : : : Hotel street
J. P. RODRiCUES,
Fort Street, opposite Hackfeld's.
A Now Lot of Nice Goods Just
Received. Cleaning nnd Re
R. C. A. PETERSON,
Cuatora House Broker,
3STotaiv -:- 3?viblic,
General Business Agent.
Collections carefully attonded to.
S"O01co vitU H. E. AWdLcr, Cum
mills lllock, Merchant btreut. 2.18-U
A. C. WALL, D. D. S.,
Hotul Sticot, Ailiii;tou Cottauu.
rHo.iister -:- Drug
!Lr. AumiiU ( t tho lluwldli JnIaiuU. MAt(
J. M. DOWSETT
Hartford Fire Insurance Company, Hartford, Conn.
A-wets, 0,K0,2l.,1.01). Income, $7,0C0,10:i.03.
London Sr Lancashire Fire Insurance Company, (U. S.
''Branch), Liverpool, England.
AxH'tH, ?2,700,S"0. Iiicomo, 91,830,0011.
Talalimt Insurance Company, (U. S. branch), Manches
AoIh, i!,8:ii).':ill,'J8, liifonu', 3,018,031.00.
gJST" Iwxixn I?jpU4laii Mwintll nml &nufBcturIns lllsl nt DwMllna Vm
pttfin 1L above wuI'liBlMsii Ouiajhiinwi on iho inut Uvumblu leniw.
vT- nC. IDOKTBQtt.
HOLLSSTER a CO.'S
Cor. Fort nnd Itlorclinnt Ht.
Who import from tho l st factories in Havana, Mexico,
Manila and tho United States.
A FULL LINE 01
P. O. JONES. E. A. JONES
HAVE FOU 8AJjE
A Few Shares of
Pnla Sufj-ur Stuck,
Hawaiian Sumir Co. Stuck.
Hawaiian Government tuuljlHt
Mortjjapo Sutrnr I'lantat
For pnrticulnra npply to
The Knwaimn Safe Deposit &
408 Port Htrrit ... Ilnnolnlu
Est..bliflbcd 1858 '
ZBZSXSOOP cSc Co.
Transact a General Banking
and Exchange Business.
Commercial and Traveler's
Letters of Credit issued, avail
able in all the principal cities
of tho world.
Pipes, Tobacco and Smokers'
THE. SS DA17IES & CO
While Brothers' Cement
Corrugated Iron Roofing, '
Galvanized Water Pipe
Paints and Oils.
Roche Harbor Lime, . '
C. & C. Fine Flour,
Bay, Grain, and Groceries,
Hardware dnd Cutlery,
Etc., Etc., Etc., Etc., Eto. A
MRS. L. A. BRENTNER.
Mrs, Brentner Complctoly Prostrated
Every Month with Nervous
Heart-felt Piaisa for His ijioine
That Cured Ksr.
ThoiiKituls of woinon arc today blessing
Paino's Colciy Compound for tho Rtent good it
lias dono tlicm, nnd scoics liavo wiittcn .letters
biinilar to Unit of IIrb. L. A. Hrentner.
San Jacinto, Cal.
Dear Sirs: I have htiffered Mvcruly with
ncrvoiiH sick licailachcs, with which I was
troubled every inoiitli. The pain w so suveie
that it complotely prostraiotl mo and it
eiTined to niothiit I should ;o cra.y. I hud
tried all Iduils of remedies without obtaining'
iny permanent relief until I used Paine' s Celery
Compound which completely cured me.
l$ fr SRM
- rz -r's -zrr.iii ' rrs.x". .
J. M. BUCHNER.
Tlie Medicine That
Males People fell!
Why buffer longer with liver nnd stomach
trouble? Puine'A Colciy Compound -will make
you well. Read how it cured Mr. J. M.
Kkttlh Falls, Wakh., Dec. y, 1S9 j..
Gentlemen : I have taken only two bottles
of Painc'b Celery Compound for rheumatism,
nnd liver and ttom.ich tumbler., nnd will be
frank iu saying that I am well pleated with the
icsultb. I iihcd one bottle and was so much
better that I abandoned its use for a
timo, but my old stomach trouble made its ap
pc.11.1ncu again. I pi o wired another bottle in
September and after using that 1 felt well,
Wholaalo Agents for tUo Hawaiian Islnndtt